Friday, March 31, 2006

(DV) Zingh: Dear George . . . Have I Told You How Much I Appreciate You?

(DV) Zingh: Dear George . . . Have I Told You How Much I Appreciate You? :

"You, George, seem to have the innate ability to disillusion oh so many millions of people with our hollow economic, political and social orders so that, more than any progressive, more than any liberal, more than any revolutionary, you could actually kick out the psychic props that hold up the whole rotten edifice. Thus are you most frightening to those who desperately want to paint the smiley face back on capitalism, who want to re-clothe the iron military fist in silken gloves of "diplomacy" and who want to restore the myth that America is somehow better than everyone else. You, George, have not even bothered with the niceties of gloving your bloody hands in silk. You have not trifled with the diplomacy of manners or the perfume of noble causes. Yours is the face of raw, naked power. You have dropped the mask, George, and the face you show us is not the one that our Owners and Leaders want us to see."

I have to add my thanks too... and the prayer to whatever god might be listening that it won't take something even worse than geeboy to wake up a critical mass of americanos to the lies of the elite.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Hey Michael Savage! Here's One For Your "Red Diaper Doper Baby" Bushit!

I personally liked the term Red Diaper Doper Baby as it did a pretty good job of describing me. I have however found a term that describes the repukes so much better. Henceforth right wing neocon fundie jackoffs that have ruined this country (not to mention Iraq} shall be known as...


Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Anti-war Stance Is Right, Not Left

Anti-war Stance Is Right, Not Left
"Unlike the left, we recognize that the president's powers as commander-in-chief are limited, as well they should be. Under our system of government, we have a president entrusted with certain specified powers; we do not have an elected dictator or a king. As Alexander Hamilton explained in The Federalist Papers (No. 69), the president's authority as commander-in-chief amounts "to nothing more than the supreme command and direction of the military and naval forces, as first general and admiral ... while that of the British king extends to the declaring of war and to the raising and regulating of fleets and armies-all which, by the Constitution under consideration, would appertain to the legislature."

Wow the big brave righties over at Free Republic jerked my posting privileges right after I posted on this article. I must've really got their whitey tighties in a real wad. What a hoot!

Friday, March 24, 2006

Against the War? Read This!!!

Kunstler's Speech in Providence December 5 05:

"I don't think you can be against the war as passionately as you are, and not also be against the way we live in this country. After all, we have more control over how we behave here than how other people behave in their nations.It's not enough to just be against the war. There's the lady - now famous lady - in my town who drives the Ford Explorer with the bumper sticker that says 'War is Not the Answer.' I keep telling her that war is the answer for her. If we want to keep living the easy motoring life, with the economy based on building evermore suburban sprawl, then war will be the answer - and we all ought to stop complaining about it."

This guy's writing is right on, and as truthful writing often is, painful to read.

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Shouting in the Dark: Notes While Traveling at the Speed of Thought

Shouting in the Dark: Notes While Traveling at the Speed of Thought: "
If you were to run such a figure through the function machine created here for comparative purposes, you'd find that if we started paying off the national debt...right the rate of one dollar per second... and we didn't spend another penny in the process...well, we could pay off the national debt in approximately 260,000 years. Our national debt equals the number of seconds in roughly 260,000 years!"

Friday, March 17, 2006

Mass Media

Mass Media:

"The new general manager, Dave Boylan, explained that if we didn’t agree to changes that Monsanto and Fox lawyers were insisting upon, we’d be fired for insubordination within 48 hours. We pleaded with Dave to look at the facts we’d uncovered, many of which conclusively disproved Monsanto’s claims. We reminded him of the importance of the facts about a basic food most of our viewers consume and feed to their children daily. His reply: “We paid $3 billion dollars for these TV stations. We’ll tell you what the news is. The news is what we say it is!” "

Fair and Balanced Bullshit for the sheeple!!!

Friday, March 10, 2006

Satan Is Resting Easy

By Jason Miller

Satan Is Resting Easy

"To George Bush, Dick Cheney, Daniel Pipes, and their soulless war-mongering compadres, I proudly admit that I support the Palestinians (and their democratically elected Hamas leaders) in their struggle against their brutal Israeli oppressors. In fact, consider me a member of the so-called Fifth Column identified by Pipes. I abhor virtually all of the foreign and domestic policies the Machiavellian disciples of Strauss have implemented through wielding their ill-gotten power and influence.

However, the United States is as much my country as it is theirs. I fully intend to remain here and work persistently against them by continuing to tenaciously pursue human rights and social justice for humanity, not simply for a select few in the United States and Israel.

Quoting the eloquent and infamous words of the incredibly articulate Mr. Cheney, I say, 'Fuck you!' to their malignant cabal. While this nefarious faction and its loyalists may consider me a traitor, I refuse to pledge allegiance to a pack of criminals who have hijacked the government of the people of the United States. If it is treason to dissent against corrupt thieves and murderers who have shredded our sacred Constitution, I stand guilty as charged."

I too claim membership in the "Fifth Column." See ya'll in gitmo!!! And as Joe Bageant would say, "Solidarity!"

Thursday, March 09, 2006

The Most Powerful Weapon In The World

The Most Powerful Weapon In The World: "The Most Powerful Weapon In The World
Strategic Communication Laboratories and the war for your mind

Steve Watson / Infowars | March 8 2006

In a world where the perception is the reality, all countries need to have the capability to manage their own perceptual alignment – otherwise someone else will. We live in a global village, which is reliant on communication and perception. Every country needs the tools to be part of that game.

A direct quote from the website of Strategic Communication Laboratories, a London based company that offers 'the most powerful weapon in the world', the ability to manage every aspect of a conflict from one operation centre.

Take a look around their website and witness sickening quote after quote explaining how their vision is to allow the total control of citizens by their government or their military, to keep it that way, and to facilitate conflicts with and the takeover of other countries and the execution of total control over their citizens.

The idea put across by SCL is that if you can control the perceptions people have of reality, then you can control reality itself.

As the world moves further away from the 20th century concept of the Cold War, it becomes increasingly clear that the very nature of warfare itself has changed. The old style conflicts were about overpowering the enemy and winning ground. The new wars are about ideas, belief systems and ideologies. The battle is no longer about winning territory; it is about winning minds."

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Gallup: More Than Half of Americans Reject Evolution, Back Bible

Gallup: More Than Half of Americans Reject Evolution, Back Bible

: "Gallup: More Than Half of Americans Reject Evolution, Back Bible

E&P Staff

Published: March 08, 2006 10:15 AM ET

NEW YORK A Gallup report released today reveals that more than half of all Americans, rejecting evolution theory and scientific evidence, agree with the statement, 'God created man exactly how Bible describes it.'
Another 31% says that man did evolve, but 'God guided.' Only 12% back evolution and say 'God had no part.'
Gallup summarized it this way: 'Surveys repeatedly show that a substantial portion of Americans do not believe that the theory of evolution best explains where life came from.' They are 'not so quick to agree with the preponderance of scientific evidence.' "

Although I believe that this is proof positive that more than half of usamericans are brain dead IDIOTS!!!, it could be argued that there is no such thing as evolution and these bone heads are proof. Hmm...