Wednesday, July 26, 2006

HezbollAl-Qaedallah? Hmm... I think "Conflation, Inflation, and the Birth of a Nation" sounds about right.

Well, here it is.

World War III.

This sucks.

Anyway, we've got to move fairly quickly on this, and no - not for the millions of innocent victims of random decisions to go to "war" overseas, but for "US", the people who are run by same people who make random decisions to go to "war".

Really, the leaders of North America, Europe, Israel, and the people who control their actions and fortunes which are largely funded by a massive debt that's owed to somebody. Massive. Massive debt. You've heard of "the debt"? It's massive.

I mean c'mon, is this that tough?

These guys are bad.

Really, really bad.

They don't give a fuck about you.

It's like, Hitler had "The Night of the Long Knives" where he killed his own supporters who knew how he'd come up, he had to get rid of them to protect his own God-like stature.

So, how many people still absolutely love Bush?


The worse Bush and his Administration act - and every region a smiling Condoleeza Rice visits soon gets blown up, the fewer hardcore fans they get - and the harder-core his hardcore fans get. The more he escalates the police state tactics domestically with NSA spying and soldiers patrolling American cities, the more the same thing happens: he narrows his base to the scummiest people on the planet.

Sure, first you just want your money, next you're okay with torture and genocide overseas, then you're cool with the police state at home, and then they take your money. In about 5 years. Max.

After that Bush will be irrelevant anyway, and perhaps the puppet-masters will pull back the strings. Now you may have loved Bush, and well, Bush may have even loved you for it. However, Bush's bosses don't give a fuck about you. They're already raping the world and the rights of everyone in it, including Bush's neo-fascist acolytes and other casual neo-con supporters, and when it comes to ethnically cleansing the "dumbass" gene, they'll get theirs too.

How can he get away with this?

It's simple: they did the "purge" beforehand.

As reported in several major papers (Google it - I forget, but I think "The New Yorker" did a piece on it for sure) though perhaps not as the focus of all the stories, the Bush Administration purged the White House of all those who would be potentially disloyal. You could've been there for 25 years, but if you wore your Green Day "American Idiot" shirt (or the equivalent in 2001) you were flagged and then asked to leave.

So, that was simple, you just get rid of any responsible or vocal people in the government and keep a core of quieter, weaker, and more complicit and complacent busy-bodies, and you run whatever plays you want. They've even publicly demoted 4-Star Generals like Shinseki for saying they need 300,000 troops to take Iraq quickly (and apparently half-that to drag it out forever), and Byrnes for stopping a small nuclear weapon from exploding in a harbor in North Carolina (they got him for going out on a "date" after being separate for months from his ex-wife, and she publicly said she didn't mind at all anyway) courtesy of another government sponsored terror attack.

There's a few other factors, but this is about the future.


That's right, they're trying to turn Al-Qaeda into Hezbollah the same way they tried to turn Afghanistan into Iraq - successfully, I assume. Many people realize Al-Qaeda is fake anyway, and that the fact that Bush hasn't found Osama "dead or alive" or really cared to adds to that. However, by conflating "terror" threats all-around, and by binding the "threat" to an older and more established "freedom fighting" organization that actually exists and does some good things like building schools in the region, Bush and Israel and the rest of the world can begin the precedent of destroying at will anyone they oppose. They can also use the permanent threat of "war" to increase "national security" directives that lead to the creation of a fully-functional and technologically advance police state.

There are 4 million cameras on the streets of London: it's not, that, hard.

They'll also beat the hell out of us on social services and the economy, destroying the finances and rights of individuals states and cities, and leading to more dependence on an increasinly centralized and powerful federal government. If you have problems the government can help you, and if you're so poor that your citizens are increasingly turning to crime, then the government can provide soldiers to help you take care of that.

Will Smith was at a stop the violence campaign in Philadelphia where that was discussed recently: it's not, that, hard.

Anyway, from now on check for 5 minutes a day, and see the mainstream media reports they collect that show cracks appearing everywhere. Take it in small doses and wean yourself off the mainstream lies, and stop being confused into hating and fearing the wrong people.

Peace, (NOW!!!)



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BONUS: "No news is good news, I guess..."

Editor and Publisher /

Journalism Group Slams Bombing of Lebanese and Hezbollah Media Outlets

Editor And Publisher | July 25 2006

CHICAGO Israeli bombing raids on television transmission stations this weekend "represent an appalling threat to press freedom," the general secretary of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) said Sunday.

Aidan White said Israel had "once again put media in the front line of the conflict" with the Saturday air raids that hit relay stations used not only by a television channel run by Hezbollah, Al-Manar, but also by the nation's biggest private network, the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation.

A media worker was killed as a result of that raid and two others were wounded, according to IFJ.

The strikes are a threat to the safety of media staff "and cannot be justified," White said.

Capt. Jacob Dallal, an Israeli army spokesman, said the target of the strikes was Al-Manar and Al-Nour, Hezbollah's radio station. He told The Associated Press that five of those station's antennas were hit.

"It's important to understand why the attack was carried out. This will disrupt their ability to communicate," he said, adding that cell phones were a "key communication link" for the guerrillas.

An Israeli military official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Al-Manar and LBC may have been sharing an antenna.

LBC's terrestrial transmission was knocked out to homes in the surrounding portion of north-central Lebanon, though homes with satellite dishes received it without interruption.

By attacking the relay stations, Israel was broadening what the IFJ called its "assault on media."

"The bombarding of media facilities is a deplorable assault on the democratic infrastructure of Lebanon," White said. "It was inevitable that media staff will become the victims when this policy comes into effect."

After White condemned last week's bombing of the Hezbollah-run Al-Manar TV station, several Israeli journalists quit the organization in protest. One Israeli journalist and IFJ member, Yaron Anosh, told White he was not welcome in Israel until he retracted his censure.

The IFJ noted that it has protested targeting of news operations in the past, especially in 1999 when a NATO strike on Radio Television Serbia in Belgrade resulted in the deaths of 16 media workers. Since then, IFJ said, it has condemned raids against media in Palestine, Indonesia, Iraq and Pakistan.

"Once media are attacked with impunity, journalists on all sides are at risk," White said. "We insist that journalists and unarmed media must be regarded at all times as non-combatants and must not be attacked by military forces."






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