Friday, August 25, 2006

Explain the Pentagon, Penta-got, The drop, On us, PSYOP, On us, Washington Post, I trust... (For what's "said" but not "repeated"!!!)

Explain the Pentagon,
The drop,
On us,
On us,
Washington Post,
I trust,
It's a must,
That we peer,
At the "said",
But not "repeated",
Before we get heated,
Before we even get defeated,
Bleated refrains of sheep,
Go deep,
Scar the psyche,
So go for a run,
Work-in, a pair of Nike's,
Made by slaves,
Sewing broke 'til they' graves,
If we can see our slaves,
Guess we'll see, our graves...

(chorus - TBD)

Who set this up?
Who got the drop?
On the World?
Plans for "World War - WHAT?!"
Clearly being unfurled,
It's not fair to little girls,
Or boys, playing with toys,
To see us make no sense,
But a whole lot of noise,
The joys of livin',
Mean, givin' a crap,
To listen to my rap,
To stay on the map,
To avoid the trap-
Doors, of perception,
Just need a little grease,
So with ease,
Watch me keep the sheep from getting fleeced...

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It don't make sense,
If it just make dollars,
And it don't make sense,
If it just mean collars,
And shirts and ties,
Who's the World's bad guys?
Who never apologize for lies?
While everybody dies?
Size up the sitch,
Yeah, life's a stitch-
In time,
An email:
In case you fail to buy a Nine,
The prime-time shine was always mine,
I just had to make sure,
I was ready to find...

(chorus - TBD)

- Black Krishna, "Who Got The Drop On Us?"

U.S. military plays up role of Zarqawi

Jordanian painted as foreign threat to Iraq’s stability

By Thomas E. Ricks
The Washington Post
Updated: 6:39 a.m. ET April 10, 2006

The U.S. military is conducting a propaganda campaign to magnify the role of the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq, according to internal military documents and officers familiar with the program. The effort has raised his profile in a way that some military intelligence officials believe may have overstated his importance and helped the Bush administration tie the war to the organization responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks....

The Zarqawi campaign is discussed in several of the internal military documents. "Villainize Zarqawi/leverage xenophobia response," one U.S. military briefing from 2004 stated. It listed three methods: "Media operations," "Special Ops (626)" (a reference to Task Force 626, an elite U.S. military unit assigned primarily to hunt in Iraq for senior officials in Hussein's government) and "PSYOP," the U.S. military term for propaganda work...

The military's propaganda program largely has been aimed at Iraqis, but seems to have spilled over into the U.S. media. One briefing slide about U.S. "strategic communications" in Iraq, prepared for Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr., the top U.S. commander in Iraq, describes the "home audience" as one of six major targets of the American side of the war.

One internal briefing, produced by the U.S. military headquarters in Iraq, said that Kimmitt had concluded that, "The Zarqawi PSYOP program is the most successful information campaign to date...

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Peace by parsing the Pentagramming...



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FYI - Saving The World will never be easier than this, so let's get cracking:

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert show us the media is lying and trying to make us dumber ALL the time, so check the and newswires for why. The send copies of "TerrorStorm: A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism" on DVD or Google Video to everyone - NOW!!!

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BONUS: "You know, it's funny... sort of..."

You know it's funny, I was wearing my Dope Poets Society "George Bush Is The Real Terrorist!" t-shirt a fair bit last summer - they're awesome, and about 90% of people I ran into gave me a positive response - many even wanted to shake my hand.

A few however gave me a few strange looks, and I wrote these lyrics:

"Sometimes I scare people,
Without being scary,
I feel like a black guy,
I'm a brown canary..."

Which most people really liked, as they clearly saw the poetry and pathos.

However, I also wrote a second stanza as well, let me know what you think:

"I'm in a mine shaft,
And we're all getting shafted,
The military's coming,
And we're all getting drafted..."

Now, I've got to be honest: no one likes that last part.

However, as you can see from "FOX News", they're certainly pusing for it.

Now, don't say "Oh that's just "Fox", they lie all the time!"

Sure, the problem is they work for the guys who want to do this, and inevitably their lies become reality.

SEE: The World War Being Started.

We can look at other sources, but if you see what the criminal elements behind the government and corporations who are launching a fascist takeover of the World want to do, look no further than their chief propaganda arm - one which makes other news organizations that lie "less" seem "reasonable" - which then fools the hell out of us into supporting fascism anyway - FOX News...

FOX News Punditry

Republican Guest Suggests Implementing "Universal Service" to "Put Us On a War Footing"

News Hounds | August 25 2006

William Cohen, a Republican and former Secretary of Defense under Clinton, appeared on this morning's FOX & Friends First. They gave him two segments ostensibly to speak about the Middle East and to plug his new novel. However, at the end of the second segment, host Brian Kilmeade asked a question and got an answer that made me wonder about the Bush administration's next steps in its ongoing fear mongering campaign.

WILLIAM COHEN: "... What we need in this war against terror - which I would prefer to call it (sic) 'a long twilight struggle' to use John Kennedy's phrase - a long twilight struggle against terrorism - you need better intelligence, better police work, covert activity, special forces, if necessary, ultimately military. But it's going to be through police work and the sharing of intelligence, that we'll be able to help defend us against attacks which are inevitably going to come."

BRIAN KILMEADE: "Hey, Mr. Secretary, finally, do you think in the next ten years we're going to be looking at some type of draft because we seem to need - have so many conflicts to cover?"

WILLIAM COHEN: "I'm not sure there'll be a draft. I think there should be a commitment to universal service. I think that only a few people are really committed to this war against terrorism and called. I think the American people have to be - understand - that we're all in this together. We ought to have a real call to national service to commit ourselves to some form of public service ...."

STEVE DOOCY (off screen): "Got ya'."

COHEN: "... helping out at homes, health care, nurses, etc. But something has to be done ..."

KILMEADE: "Something's got to be done."

COHEN: "... to put us on a war footing mentality. We're not there."

DOOCY: "Alright."


Was FOX News acting as a White House surrogate, floating a trial balloon in an attempt to get feedback from FOX viewers on how the Republican base would react to the idea of a draft?

Or were the F&F co-hosts expecting a different response from Cohen and caught off guard by his answer?

Whatever the correct interpretation, the draft - oops! - "universal service" - has certainly been moved to the foreground by this exchange.