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How To Win A War The Neoconservative Way

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on March 27, 2008

War Made Easy

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on March 25, 2008

by Maasanova

War Made Easy

The fifth anniversary of the Iraq War has come and gone. Like the birthday of a loved one that has passed away, the war was noted quietly and with little fanfare.

The three-letter news network news models were awkwardly forced to report on and defend President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney repeat the same Iraq War rhetoric we’ve been hearing since 2002, while warning of Iran’s weapons of mass destruction.

Dick Cheney, being interviewed by Good Morning America’s White House correspondent Martha Raddatz, smugly replied, “So,” when asked to comment on the fact that two-thirds of Americans feel that the war is no longer worth fighting. Later on in another interview, Cheney repeated the debunked claim that Saddam Huessien had ties to Al Qaeda to the same media that has been forced to perpetrate the lie.

Senator John McCain, the political chameleon, seems exists in the same alternate reality where the war just couldn’t be going any better. On the same day that suicide bombs killed sixty-one Iraqis and four US Marines he exclaimed, “We’re succeeding. I don’t care what anybody says. I’ve seen the facts on the ground.”

On a day when more and more Americans are being squeezed by rising costs of living with no relief in sight, Bush proudly announces, “One day, people will look back at this moment in history and say, ‘Thank God there were courageous people willing to serve because they laid the foundation for peace for generations to come.”

Geraldo Lies, Comes Close To Slandering 9/11 Truth Activists On Fox and Friends

Posted in 9/11, False Flag Terrorism, Mainstream Media, Terrorism, Uncategorized by maasanova on March 21, 2008

by Maasanova

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To commemorate the sixth anniversary of the black op attack on America, a bunch of 9/11 truth activists hit the streets of NYC to get their message out. One group, led by film maker and radio talk show host Alex Jones, decided to interrupt a live taping of the journalistic phony Geraldo Rivera and his tabloid show, “FOX At Large” with chants of ’9/11 was an inside job.’

Clearly frustrated with not being able to to bring his viewers very important news segments about mini-skirts on airplanes and gay bathroom sex, Geraldo called the protesters ‘anarchists’. Subsequently the protest was broken up by FOX security staff, and Alex Jones was arrested for using a megaphone.

Well Geraldo got his revenge collectively on the entire 9/11 truth movement when he suggested that they were the ones behind the recent Times Square bombing. Watch the video:

Since the police and the FBI have not been able to determine who was behind the bombing, one has to wonder, who gives Geraldo the authority to charge a non-violent activist group with a potentially violent crime?

Of course Geraldo Rivera is not the only broadcaster who is given a platform to charge innocent people and political activistsof non-existent crimes. Bill O’Reilly regularly let’s his audience know who he thinks are conspiring with Al Qaeda and who are enemies of the state. O’Reilly also has a problem with people who don’t believe in the government’s 9/11 fairy tale account.

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Why Aren’t We Furious?

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on March 21, 2008

William N. Grigg

A few nights ago, at the end of a day devoted to productive and pacific pursuits, after you had surrendered to a few hours of well-earned sleep, the people who presume to rule us raided your bank accounts.

No, I’m not referring to the Regime’s ability to monitor your financial transactions, a power displayed to dramatic effect in the prostitution sting that ended Eliot Spitzer’s lamentable career. Yes, you’ve probably been subject to totalitarian scrutiny of that sort at some point as well, but that’s a topic for another occasion.

Right now, I’m talking about the Federal Reserve’s most recent wealth redistribution plan, through which hundreds of billions of “dollars” will be created in an effort to stave off bank failures — an effort that will not succeed.

To create this so-called “money,” the Fed has to steal the value of what each of us has earned, saved, or invested. Imagine how outraged you would be to learn that a thief had stolen your identity and used it to siphon your savings in small, subtle increments, until you and your family are driven into destitution.

This is exactly what the Fed and the Regime it serves are doing to you right now — bleeding your wealth with silent implacability. Over the past six months alone, the “dollar” has shed one-fifth of its value (as measured against other currencies). Run the math, which is simple enough for even Sean Hannity to understand (assuming that we s-p-e-a-k r-e-a-l-l-y s-l-o-w-l-y and illustrate our points with pretty pictures): At that rate, by mid-2010, the dollar would be entirely worthless.

When the dollar’s trend-line begins to look like an Alpine ski run, you know things are getting nasty.

But there’s no reason to assume that the decline will continue at its present rate. None at all. Things will only get worse from here. Some analysts keep warning that the dollar may abdicate its role as the world’s reserve currency, thus mimicking the trajectory of the last global imperial currency, the British pound.

These warnings were timely half a decade ago. They are badly out of date now: The dollar has already lost that status for merchants in Manhattan, investors and entrepreneurs in India, peasants in Bolivia, businessmen in Brazil … that is, in the view of people who work, earn, save, and invest and have the option of conducting their affairs in currencies other than the Hegemon’s increasingly worthless fiat scrip.

James Howard Kunstler, whose blog is as indispensable as its tragically appropriate name is unpronounceable in polite company, dispels the booming, buzzing confusion and lays bare the stark reality of our predicament:

“The US faces a pretty stark choice right now: it can let the losers take their losses — both the big institutions who created and traded in fraudulent securities, and all the “little guys” who borrowed too much money trying to get rich quick, or trying to live like the millionaires they see on TV. We can let them go down, and suffer the consequences of their bad choices (and maybe prosecute some of the culpable bankers and corporate executives); or, in an effort to let these losers off the hook we can wreck the whole machinery of capital by making our medium-of-exchange worthless.”

“The people in charge — both in and out of government — can’t face the losses, so for now they’ve apparently decided to wreck the currency,” he concludes.

Those people know what they’re doing, and they understand the inevitable result. Alan Greenspan, who deserves to taken to the Great Pit of Carkoon and there be fed to the Sarlacc,**
has admitted that the economy he manipulated for decades is headed “over a cliff” (which, if you’ll forgive me for belaboring a point, is where Greenspan should be headed — right over a cliff and into the remorseless beak of the all-powerful Sarlacc).

A few weeks ago Greenspan advised Arab investors to flee from the dollar he had debauched. The course being followed by his successor, Ben “Auto-Gyro” Benanke, is intended to insulate the wealthiest and best-connected members of the corporatist elite while exposing the rest of us to ruin.
Why aren’t we incensed by this? Where are the rivulets of rage that would eventually coalesce into one mighty, cleansing flood of fury?

Sure, Americans get pissed whenever they see the price of gas vaulting to new highs, or find that their grocery bill has suddenly and dramatically put on weight. They get bent out of shape when they go to the local Big Box Mart and find that the promised “low prices” are suddenly steeper than they expected. They’re increasingly anxious with each passing month, as the essentials of living become increasingly expensive, despite soothing assurances from our rulers that “inflation” is negligible.

And as the American middle class founders in debt, the ruling caste has never done better.

Consider the job performance of Congress since 2001. Through a combination of native corruption and emasculated deference to an overtly dictatorial Chief Executive, Congress has created the most imponderable government debt in history. It has permitted our nation to become mired in two distant wars of attrition, with a final estimated price tag of something in excess of $3 trillion. It has annihilated the Bill of Rights and common law due process protections while abetting the malignant growth of a militarized garrison state. It has institutionalized torture, the ne plus ultra of tyrannical depravity.

If job performance of this kind were subject to market discipline, practically everybody on Capitol Hill (with at least one noble exception) would be reduced to selling plasma. Instead, the incumbents who have wrought this disaster enjoy almost unassailable job security, making themselves wealthy while leaving productive people impecunious. Between 2004 and 2006, the net worth of the typical Congressbeing increased by 84 percent; the median net worth of senators was $1.7 million, that of the lowly tribunes of the masses in the House a mere $675,000.

Granted, politics has always been a lucrative profession, in the worst sense of that expression. Previous republics have degenerated into kleptocratic empires and succumbed to both financial and moral. But that historic perspective should whet our outrage, rather than blunting it.

“That public men publish falsehoods Is nothing new. That America must accept Like the historic republics corruption and empire Has been known for years. Be angry at the sun for setting If these things anger you.”

With all due respect — and much of it is due — to the author of those words, there was nothing inevitable about our nation’s descent into empire. And yet … here we stand, at the brink of utter ruin.

Why aren’t we furious about this?

FKN Newz – No War In Iran Says Warmongers

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on March 15, 2008

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Also, the image below is in know way promoting Nazism or hatred of any race or religion. The person in the image is Pope Joseph Ratzinger, who, believe it or not was a member of Hitler’s Nazi Youth beginning at age 14. The following clip, dubbed “a comedy of half-truths” comes highly recommended if you are into the satirical styings of Steven Cobert or John Stewart’s Daily Show.



“No war with Iran say warring warmongering warmongers from Wartime HQ…World banking conspiracy er I mean co-operation to print more debt I mean money…New sins announced by medieval voodoo organisation headed by former nazi…In The UK Oath to the queen and treason law reform for land less peasant fuks

Thanks…and now the weather! The planets fucked, it’s your fault and it’s getting worse! Join me again next week to see if doing nothing helps! Have a nice weekend!”

FKN Newz

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