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Want to know what they think of you?

July 14, 2012

CBS

“When I think about what we’ve done well and what we haven’t done well,” the president said, “the mistake of my first term – couple of years – was thinking that this job was just about getting the policy right. And that’s important. But the nature of this office is also to tell a story to the American people that gives them a sense of unity and purpose and optimism, especially during tough times.”

This is pretty funny. You don’t even have to read between the lines to understand that he just admitted that he should’ve manipulated the population better. It’s this kind of mindset that governs the philosophy of the powers at be.

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The Magic Wand of Tyrants

April 28, 2012

Alex Jones had a pretty funny bit on his show recently, where he used a magic wand (not a real one) to signify the way the government changes the most ridiculous of things into something lawful and normal. He listed several incredibly damning things, so I felt like I should take it upon myself to back it up with evidence. So… let’s start.

The first thing was the claim that Obama lowered the sea levels. This one kills two birds with one stone; not only does it give you the perception of Obama the savior, but it pumps a little more juice into the climate change myth. So since “nothing is being done” about climate change, how in the world did Obama do it? Well, it doesn’t matter, he did it, world saved. I mean, just look at these headlines. Hallelujah? Planet healer? Parting the waters? Yo, mainstream media, get it through your scum sucking heads, Obama is not God, he is a limp wristed, pencil pushing front man for Globalism Incorporated.

The second thing was about the TSA not being sworn-in officers, yet they’re allowed to put their hands on you. Well, this is common knowledge at this point–I don’t think I need to back up the fact that the grass is green. With this fact made largely aware, it’s astonishing to me that there hasn’t been any real populist anger about it. I guess this is how the enemy is able to get away with all the things they do. It’s pretty sickening. I don’t know who to be more mad at, the evil behind it, or the apathetic for allowing these blue uniforms to fondle their children.

Next is the idea that the US can go to the UN, rather than congress, to send the military to aid (invade) Syria. Well, there’s even a video where Defense Secretary Leon Panetta admits to it… and is proud of it too! Except that’s illegal. The excerpt from the Constitution is pretty clear in this regard; Congress, and only Congress, has the responsibility of war. Fact of the matter is, the Constitution isn’t just a nice ideal and something to pay lip service to, it’s the law of the land. It’s binding. And when Rep. Walter Jones issued impeachment papers for it, a hideously enormous story in itself, did it get any mainstream coverage? Well, no, an answer a simple Google search reveals. It’s pretty funny when people harp on about the birth certificate so much, when the Constitution is disobeyed on a daily basis anyway. Maybe it’s time for people to actually, ya know, read it.

Are they really sending out drones to spy on the American people? The answer, again, is yes. Does the CIA plan to spy on you in normal, everyday appliances? Yes. The kind of stuff that people laugh at conspiracy theorists about is now out in the open and normal. Well, I don’t think it’s normal, I think it resembles a high-tech Soviet Russia, or a less scary (for now) 1984. The Fourth Amendment is pretty clear too; without probable cause, it ain’t none of your business. Yet that doesn’t stop them from passing a new internet bill by the name of CISPA, a new “law” that forces internet service providers into giving up information about their users to the government. It makes the Patriot Act look like a little baby in comparison. SOPA is nothing compared to this bill, but I guess since the people got a victory off of that one, it was time to rest forever on the subject. Man, you people are lazy.

Have the cancer rates for children risen ten-thousand percent in the last forty years? Well… no. It appears that cancer is leveling off since the 90s, but hasn’t reached the pre-80s level. Which is a relief, as I’ve been having a lot of cancer paranoia lately. However, it can be proven that cancer is much more of a problem here in Western developed countries than in the third world. Immigrants from Mexico receive a nice welcome present in the form of a 40% jump in cancer. The U.K. breast cancer rate is four times higher than eastern Africa. It appears that cancer isn’t something that happens naturally. So ask yourselves, what is it about your easy Western living that is more prone to cancer than the medically challenged third world?

Did the FDA perform a flip-flop in regards to melamine in baby formula? Why yes! First they said that they are “currently unable to establish any level of melamine and melamine-related compounds in infant formula that does not raise public health concerns.” Then after the AP wrenched some data from the grip of the FDA using the Freedom of Information Act, it was revealed that 90% of infant formula contained trace elements of melamine. So what does the FDA do? Do they demand that the melamine be removed? Of course not; with a wave of a magic wand, they declare it to be safe. Melamine has never been safe; it doesn’t start becoming so just because the FDA declares it. Two plus two will never equal five!

Does depleted uranium affect the soldiers using it? Does the Gulf War Syndrome ring any bells? Yet it’s still being used. I guess this is what supporting the troops really means, giving them a deadly dose of DU. Not only does it royally mess up the soldiers using it, it’s insanely harmful to the environment, not to mention the poor sods whom the weapon is used against. This is another one of those “common knowledge” things that everybody knows about, but doesn’t care. Well. You should care.

Does Bill Gates, the loving philanthropist, argue for the existence of death panels? Does the pope crap in the woods? Oh yeah, Bill Gates is into this eugenics thing hardcore. If you ever want to learn the murderous mindset behind the power elite, listen to the smelly garbage spewing from Gates’ mouth, as he can barely contain it. Just search “Bill Gates Population Control” into Youtube and be horrified. So why does the guy receive such a saintly image from the mainstream media? Could it be money hats?

Pretty good, AJ. Aside from the cancer rate exaggeration, everything is verifiable. Not bad, considering it was all off the top of your head.

 

Trayvon Martin is being used

March 24, 2012

People kill each other every day, especially here in America. So what’s the real reason why the establishment is so indignant about this one?

Even if you have a cursory knowledge of the enemy’s playbook, you should be able to tell right off the bat the angle that is being played here. Divide and conquer, naturally. It’s just so perfect for them. An unarmed, young black boy is shot by a full-grown white(ish) guy in a suburb out of fear; they couldn’t even stage something this good.

From this launching pad, the mainstream media implants two viewpoints, one for white people, the other for black people.

He shouldn’t have been wearing a hoodie, he shouldn’t look so gangsta, so you learn dutifully as white people. But we’re not a dictatorship based around clothes, so this is an infantile perspective. However, this viewpoint serves an important purpose. It puts the mental image of said gangsta in a white person’s mind, and nine out of ten, this image comes from the television alone. The image is associated with violence and it is working beautifully. This is why there are “hoodie marches” going on; it’s a powerful image, implanting subconsciously that Martin shouldn’t have looked like “a criminal.”

This is not the post-racial America that Obama promised, we’re still in the Jim Crow days and you will be gunned down for the color of your skin, so you learn dutifully as black people. This narrative is so evil and misleading and not factual in the least. Today’s hurdle for black people is gainful employment and the ruthless justice system, not being shot by white people. One act of violence and almost fifty years of racial progress is thrown away? I don’t think so. The narrative for whites feed into this one too; the important bit is that Zimmerman shot out of fear, and so racism is blistering and very much alive.

So why hasn’t Zimmerman been arrested? It’s not like he was a cop and allowed to get away with murder. Like Jordan Maxwell said almost twenty years ago, when the government wants something, they get it. If they really wanted Zimmerman behind bars, you better believe he would be. But this isn’t about justice; this is about fomenting racial paranoia and hatred. Let’s have a look at the pushers.

If Obama really wanted a post-racial America, he wouldn’t have thrown his hat in the ring on this. This is obviously a sensitive matter, and he has to know that his appeals to emotion is only going to make things worse. “He’s like my own son!” Only today’s general public would buy such a line. Whenever I see a story about a poor little white boy who was killed, the thought of how much of a son he could be to me isn’t the first thing that goes through my mind. It’s a trick, a reminder that he’s black too, as racial tensions escalate.

As if awakening from a slumber, both civil rights careerists are coming forward on this. How come it took so long for them to get active? Young black people are shot all the time. Ah, but there’s something different about this case–it wasn’t a cop who did the shooting. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are complete establishment hacks, and they had nothing to say about Oscar Grant’s sad death. That’s because the police could be seen as government, and as useful as a divide and conquer tactic used against the police would be, it might blow back on them. The truth of Oscar Grant meeting his end at the hands of a backshootin’ coward was almost covered up with nary a word of protest, so don’t start thinking that these two care about black people, or anybody for that matter. They care about money.

One scary happening is the $10,000 “bounty” that the new black panthers is setting on Zimmerman’s head. Renounced by the true Black Panthers, this is a group all about violence and intimidation, whereas the real deal, like Malcolm X, were about equal rights and self-defense. So the question is, why haven’t these lunatics also been arrested, and why is there a story about this in every mainstream paper? Same reason why Zimmerman is still free; the enemy is going to sit back and hope for a domino effect.

It’s this so-called bounty that drove me to write on this subject. Before we jump into chaos, let’s take a few steps back and ask ourselves why this is being pushed so hard by people who claim to be moral.

The truth is, we’ll never have a post-racial America until society as a whole regard each other by the individual rather than the group.

Joseph Kony and the LRA aren’t even in Uganda!

March 11, 2012

One of the worst kinds of evil is using the good intentions of others to further their evil causes.

Kony is the new, hot thing right now. He’s a warlord in Africa; we all know they’re bad. He’s killed people; even children! This guy must be stopped. Send in the marines!

This is nothing but the latest attempt by the government and its frontman Obama to sell a new invasion. It has been said that Obama is the iron fist in the velvet glove whereas Bush was simply the iron fist. Bush sold his wars as acts of vengeance and Christian pride, the news hammered on about these wars everyday, and he became unpopular for it. Obama sells his wars as humanitarian interventions, the news largely ignores them, and his “peace-loving” base is still insanely loyal to him.

To gain trust in this new invasion, a slick piece of popaganda entitled “Kony 2012” is plucking at heartstrings everywhere. It goes over the evils of Joseph Kony, while turning up the damage control for the brutal dictator Yoweri Musevini. There’s one huge, insane elephant in the room with this new propaganda campaign. Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army left Uganda in 2006 and there hasn’t been an LRA attack since!

Milton Allimadi of Black Star News writes in this devastating and powerful article:

“If the United States were truly interested purely in eliminating Kony why deploy now when Kony abandoned Uganda in 2006 when he was negotiating a peace deal that ultimately collapsed, with Museveni.”

He continues with even more indictments against Invisible Children (the producers of this garbage), the US, and Musevini:

“After the attacks the LRA scattered into the Central African Republic. One would imagine that if the U.S. and Invisible Children were really interested in Kony, the deployment would have been to Central African Republic.

The young folks behind Invisible Children don’t understand the conflict in Uganda; yet they have made themselves the spokespersons. They have campaigned and convinced some celebrities, including Rihana and P. Diddy, to tweet their half-truth propaganda film. This is a way to have one-sided or impartial information become the “dominant truth” globally, and drown out critical analyses.”

And this is how propaganda festers. Trust in some perceived leaders and a refusal to research out of simple laziness.

“Who really believes it’s a good thing for the United States to be sending troops to Uganda or anywhere in Africa? Why would these troops act any differently than those sent to Iraq and Afghanistan?”

It’s a humanitarian mission!

“The U.S. government and Invisible Children are using the brutal Joseph Kony as a bogeyman to justify the U.S. long-term plan, which is to impose AFRICOM on Africa.”

Exactly. This Africom thing has been going on for quite some time. This loving campaign is all about kicking China out so that the U.S. can to get those resources.

When are you people going to stop falling for the boogeyman trick?

“Since everyone knows about Kony’s atrocities, who would object if the U.S. sends 100 U.S. “advisers” to help Uganda, after all? Brilliantly devious. Of course it never stops at 100 “advisers.””

The Libyan invasion started much in the same fashion.

“If the real target was simply Joseph Kony, the U.S. would have used an armed predator drone; this is how the U.S. has eliminated several suspected leaders of Al-qaeda and the Taleban, after all.”

It’s just all so ridiculous; the lies aren’t even that hard to see through.

“Kony is a nightmare, but Museveni has caused the deaths of millions of people in Rwanda, Uganda and Congo. In 2005 the International Court of Justice found Uganda liable for what amounts to war crimes in Congo: mass rapes of both women and men; disemboweling pregnant women; burning people inside their homes alive; massacres and; plunder of resources. Congo lost six million people after Uganda’s occupation of parts of Congo. The Court awarded Congo $10 billion in reparations; not a dime has been paid.

Congo then referred the same crimes to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague for war crimes charges. On June 8, 2006, The Wall Street Journal reported that Gen. Museveni personally contacted Kofi Annan, then UN Secretary General and asked him to block the criminal investigation.

It seems that the U.S. and ICC Prosecutor Moreno Ocampo might have indeed obliged. Gen. Museveni and senior Ugandan military commanders remain un-indicted for the alleged crimes that the ICJ already found Uganda liable; only one side of the same coin, Kony was indicted.”

The reason why Musevini isn’t touched in the “documentary” is now very clear.

Here’s a better documentary, dated in the year 2008, which also asserts that Kony has been long gone from Uganda. It mainly focuses on the concentration camps that Musevini forces the Ugandans into, to “protect” them from the LRA. These camps leave people to starve, to become sick, and to die in the most undignified of ways. The simple and scary fact that these concentration camps are still up long after the days of the LRA has made Allimadi come to the conclusion that the camps are part of a planned genocide.

My own speculation leads me to believe that Musevini isn’t just a brutal African dictator, but of the same cloth as the real enemy of the world, and that these camps and the assault on Congo are part of the enemy’s depopulation agenda.

Look, people, Uganda has suffered enough. Africa has suffered enough. Let’s not promote even more misery by adding in armed soldiers.

Update: Evidence straight from the horse’s mouth has surfaced that Invisible Children, the film’s producers, has received support from USAID, a so-called civilian aid program stemming from the NSC and the State Department.

“OTI has demonstrated its speed on three occasions in the past three months. First, the program responded to a request from Invisible Children, a nongovernmental organization, to support their annual advocacy event.”

USAID is accused of undermining the governments of numerous countries, such as Haiti, Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, and others. More information can be found here and here.

Don’t Get Suicided

March 10, 2012

Though the evidence is pretty circumstantial, it seems to me that Andrew Breitbart was murdered. Now, regardless of how you feel about the man (he was a total jerk, but his stunts were pretty amusing), he didn’t deserve to die.

One of the most telling aspects was how quickly the royal court orators reported, assuredly, that his death was one of natural causes. While the body is still warm, before he’s even examined on an autopsy table, it’s undoubtedly a heart attack. In the middle of the street, in the middle of the night, with no witnesses, a relatively healthy forty-three year old practical jokester collapses from a heart attack. How is this not suspicious? Especially when you consider the possible elephantine motive.

And no, that plain ol’ dishwater is definitely not the video. Breitbart was successful in ruining a politician and an organization; he’s not going to stake his thorny reputation on a video that has been in the public domain since 2008. Especially when it’s a video that reveals only what everybody knows, what Obama has admitted in that stupid book of his: that he hung out with radical leftists in college. Hyping up something like that and delivering that obvious disappointment would’ve ended Breitbart’s own career, so I can say with 100% certainty that this is the wrong video. The fact that the presstitutes pushed it as such makes me even more suspicious.

There’s also the CIA’s heart attack gun. That’s right, a heart attack gun. It uses a shellfish toxin that mimics a heart attack while leaving no trace. The dart melts and all that’s left is a tiny, red prick on the skin. It was revealed in the Church Committee of the Senate.

“Late in 1974, investigative reporter Seymour Hersh revealed that the CIA was not only destabilizing foreign governments, but was also conducting illegal intelligence operations against thousands of American citizens.

On January 27, 1975, an aroused Senate voted overwhelmingly to establish a special 11-member investigating body along the lines of the recently concluded Watergate Committee.

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At the first televised hearing, staged in the Senate Caucus Room, Chairman Church dramatically displayed a CIA poison dart gun to highlight the committee’s discovery that the CIA directly violated a presidential order by maintaining stocks of shellfish toxin sufficient to kill thousands.”

But I won’t come to a complete conclusion until there is more convincing evidence. When dealing with a mystery, you have to examine all the facts calmly, and you must approach it initially with an open mind and prepared for any conclusion. For instance, a lot of the alternative media has claimed that the Madam Gristina case was really a pedophile ring. I thought, well this is a blockbuster right here, a perfect opportunity to show just how much a monster we face. But it was only a dead end, and in the course of a five year (!) investigation, there were at least one case where a minor was arranged. So now, there’s no article on it.

There are two cases, though they’re not nearly the only ones, where the evidence of being suicided is so strong and overwhelming that only an accomplished master of cognitive dissonance , or double-think, can deny it.

The DC Madam, Deborah Jean Palfrey. She was a madam of a prostitution ring that operated around the DC area. After being caught, she stated on the record that she was going to reveal the names of her black book. Some time later, she hangs herself in her mother’s closet. Now if this altered slightly and, let’s say she was a prostitute or something, and she was going to reveal the name of her pimp to the police, and then was found dead sometime later, most people would say the pimp did it. But since it’s their precious and loving government that could be at fault, well, you’re crazy if you think they would do such a thing.

Except she has stated at least four times that she would never commit suicide, and that she was “planning on going into court and defending myself vigorously and exposing the government.” So after you proclaim a brave and heroic intent, spawned from a real anger, you realize that a paltry five or six year prison sentence is just too much to bear, so you off yourself and you don’t give your black book of clients to a trusted confidante to release later? Yeah right. She was angry, she had a purpose, and you don’t just end your own life when you’re in the middle of a fight. That’s not how a human being operates; we love fights more than anything else, as loathe as we are to admit it. The dichotomy of ending one’s own life in the middle of a real purpose is explored in the movie Michael Clayton. Great flick!

Anyway, there’s an eyewitness to her behavior before her death. It’s an unnamed building manager of the condo where Palfrey was staying.

“Jean Palfrey was a class act. She wore very good clothes. She was well educated. Her way out of this world certainly would not have been in an aluminum shed attached to a mobile home in Tarpon Springs, Florida,” he said.

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Palfrey’s building manager said she often told him she believed she was being followed and he thinks there may have been some former clients of her escort service who wanted her dead.” She insinuated that there is a contract out for her and I fully believe they succeeded,” her building manager said.

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They said she left that day with some suitcases and a box.” She had one white paper file box that she told me had some important paper with her and then she just kind of raised her eyebrows like you’re supposed to think oh yeah, that’s all the information that she had on her business in Washington,” her building manager said.
WESH 2 News, Orlando

The question is, what happened to that box, to all that information? The answer is obvious.

But the royal court orators aren’t going to cover this evidence. Instead, on the very same day of her death, they dig up some “journalist,” a supposed friend (and with friends like that, who needs… er…), who claims that the truth is, those five years of prison was just too much and she just couldn’t handle it! Except that this fraud has been caught fabricating statements before. The fact that the corporate media gives this claim so much more attention than the woman’s own words is really all that needs to be said.

The fabricating statement comes from the author’s book on the RFK assassination, a book that is nothing more than a reinforcement of the establishment line. According to the author, Sirhan Sirhan wanted to shoot him between the eyes, but “that son of a b**** turned his head at the last second.” Except this isn’t true. The author gave Sirhan a report that he could fact check, but that quote was nowhere in that report. Plus, Sirhan has maintained that he remembers nothing of the events of that night for decades, why in the world would he confess in such a cartoonish and bloodthirsty manner to some hack journalist?

There’s also the argument that Palfrey moved her things to her mother’s house, and her funds to to her mother’s bank account, and oh my god isn’t that suicidal. What? I’ve moved my money to my mother’s bank account myself, and by all measures, I’m still alive. To me, that behavior is more suggestive of someone afraid rather than someone suicidal.

A lesson can be learned from the murders of Andrew Breitbart and Deborah Palfrey. If you have sensitive material that could possibly indict or ruin someone in a powerful position, don’t sit on it! Or if you sit on it, don’t talk about it! Don’t hype something up for cash or glory; you’ll receive an early grave instead.

What’s really sad is when journalists are suicided. They are killed for doing the job that they’re supposed to be doing. I will now go over the chilling obviousness of the murder of the hero, Gary Webb.

His claim to fame is the Dark Alliance series. It’s an important, extensive and impressive exposé detailing the relationship between the CIA and drug trafficking: the dark alliance. It enjoyed an enormous popularity, and it even spurned the CIA to investigate. However, traitorous papers like The L.A. Times and The New York Times sent their attack dogs to rip it apart, attribute quotes that wasn’t even in the article, and marginalize and black list Webb. This forced the maverick reporter to leave the incestuous royal court. Meanwhile, the San Jose Mercury News deleted the story, despite the CIA confirming most of the content of the article.

Then in 2004, he wrote a huge story called The Mighty Wurlitzer Plays On that details the compliance between mass media and special interests.

“The government side of the story is coming through the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, the Washington Post. They use the giant corporate press rather than saying anything directly. If you work through friendly reporters on major newspapers, it comes off as the New York Times saying it and not a mouthpiece of the CIA.”

“If we had met five years ago, you wouldn’t have found a more staunch defender of the newspaper industry than me … I was winning awards, getting raises, lecturing college classes, appearing on TV shows, and judging journalism contests. So how could I possibly agree with people like Noam Chomsky and Ben Bagdikian, who were claiming the system didn’t work, that it was steered by powerful special interests and corporations, and existed to protect the power elite? And then I wrote some stories that made me realize how sadly misplaced my bliss had been. The reason I’d enjoyed such smooth sailing for so long hadn’t been, as I’d assumed, because I was careful and diligent and good at my job … The truth was that, in all those years, I hadn’t written anything important enough to suppress…” – Gary Webb

It was for this story, and the fear of future stories like it, that he was murdered. To expose the connection between drugs and the CIA is one thing, but it’s another to showcase the connection between the media and the corporatism state. Their mouthpieces are of the utmost importance; they shift and shape the perception of society. Unfortunately, the cat’s out of the bag for them now, and a great majority of people know of this reality thanks to the internet. If they had actually paid attention to Webb’s article, they would’ve tried to shut off the internet back then instead of now, as part of it was mainly about the internet’s role in the popularity of the Dark Alliance series.

According to Ricky Ross, an ex-drug dealer who was one of Webb’s main contacts for Dark Alliance, Webb had called him and claimed that he saw “government people” that were scaling the pipes outside of his home. Webb told him that he had been receiving death threats and  that he was being followed, and that these people were “professionals.”

But let’s get right down to the nitty gritty. Gary Webb, according to the royal court orators and the braindead weaklings who follow them, committed suicide by shooting himself twice in the head, at close-range (!) with a .38 caliber revolver. A revolver in which you have to cock after every shot. The first shot entered behind his right ear and exited from his lower left jaw. Now try to imagine the trajectory of that one, and the angle at which you’d have to shoot to execute it. It’s a very unorthodox angle, to say the least. And then after that shot, with his strength fading, he cocked the revolver, brought his arm back up, and did it again; all while his head is completely, well…

These people must think we were born yesterday.

The U&R Dictionary

March 7, 2012

As I embark on my blogging adventures, I will be using terms that are unfamiliar to the–how does the enemy put it?–to the uninitiated, the profane. Here’s a handy guide.

Bill of “Rights”: What’s with the quotations? Well, considering that they can so easily evaporate, I guess they never existed in the first place.

Royal Court Orators: The mainstream media. They trot out the official government line without question or scrutiny, and they attack and marginalize anybody who questions their superiors. They’re a lot like Squealer in Animal Farm.

Political Theater: Anything that happens on the surface level of Washington. Guess what: it’s not real. So when you talk about filibusters and votes and vetoes and all that playful nonsense, you might as well be talking about a movie.

Popaganda: In the old days, political propaganda used to be framed around the heroic good guys and the villainous bad guys. Today, as people’swills have become so weak and pitiful, it’s based on what’s cool and trendy. Hence, “pop.”

Old World Order: A really big government composed of really old people.

War on Scary: The “war on terror” is a war based on nothing, its parameters changing every year. This year, terrorists come in the homegrown variety. When you’re warring against an abstract value, that war will never end.

The Herd: The general public. What will it take for them to leave the herd and start thinking for themselves?

The Enemy: Like the devil, they come in a variety of names. The Illuminati, the New World Order, the banking fraternity, the zionists/jesuits/freemasons, etc. etc. The truth is, all these different terms are simply obfuscation. It’s the largest governments, the largest banks, and the largest corporations in the world coming together to completely dominate. Even if you’re part of the herd, you understand that the government can “do whatever it wants.” Even a saint would be tempted to use that power, so what makes you think that they wouldn’t? Would you still your own hand?

Suicided: When somebody gets too close to something sensitive, they end up shooting themselves twice in the head.

They: THE ALMIGHTY THEY

Expect this dictionary to grow as I get smarter and my vocabulary becomes larger.

The Occupation of Syria Has Already Begun With Acts of Terror

March 6, 2012
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Thanks to the Wikileaks Stratfor email leak, a hot piece of treachery sees the light of day.

The email details the events of a Pentagon meeting with USAF strategic something or other, some military officers, and presumably there were cookies and prostitutes. The author of this email is one Reva Bhalla, Stratfor’s Director of Analysis, and the letter goes on about how, despite his previous assumptions, there were already US troops on the ground in Syria.

“After a couple hours of talking, they said without saying that SOF teams (presumably from US, UK, France, Jordan, Turkey) are already on the ground focused on recce missions and training opposition forces,” states the email.

So what will they be doing? Aside from taking pictures of soldiers with the children, here’s the plan:

“I kept pressing on the question of what these OF teams would be working toward, and whether this would lead to an eventual air camapign (sic) to give a Syrian rebel group cover. They pretty quickly distanced themselves from that idea, saying that the idea ‘hypothetically’ is to commit guerrilla attacks, assassination campaigns, try to break the back of ALawite (sic) forces, elicit collapse from within.”

Think about this quote the next time some morally worthless politician tells you about their humanitarian mission. This is plain and simple terrorism.

“They emphasized how the air campaign in Syria makes Libya look like a piece of cake. Syrian air defenses are a lot more robust and are much denser, esp around Damascus and on the borders with Israel, Turkey. THey (sic) are most worried about mobile air defenses, particularly the SA-17s that they’ve been getting recently. It’s still a doable mission, it’s just not an easy one.”

Hmph, well, if you think that’s hard, wait till you get to Iran.

“They dont (sic) believe air intervention would happen unless there was enough media attention on a massacre, like the Ghadafi (sic) move against Benghazi. They think the US would have a high tolerance for killings as long as it doesn’t reach that very public stage.”

Hmm…

This is one insane email!

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