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Obama plays hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil on Bush crimes

Posted in Barack Obama, Corruption, Cover Up, Economy, Iraq, Maasanova by maasanova on January 28, 2009
Bush rides off into the sunset...literally

Bush rides off into the sunset...literally

by Maasanova

On January 20, 2009 history was made and the world celebrated the coronation of the first US president of a non anglo persuasion, Barack H. Obama and Joseph Biden. It truly was a momentus occassion, and being only one day after Martin Luther King Day made it just that much sweeter for those who thought such a day in America would never come.

Aside from the issue of race, the election of Obama represented the end of eight disastrous years under the Bush administration for most, and many had hoped that some semblance of the the of constitution would be restored. Well, the powers that are going to run the Obama administration (the same plutacracy that ran the Bush administration) made absolutely sure that wouldn’t happen. Alas, George Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Condi Rice, Rabbi Dov Zackheim, Scooter Libbey, John Yu, Michael “Mossad” Chertoff, Colin Powell, Douglas Feith, and all of the rest the criminals are going to ride free, off into the sunset. Apparetly, there will be no investigations, censure, or even scant questions of constitutional violations, theft and outright crime against the American people under the Bush administration.

So, will the Obama administration support an investigation into the lies that led to the Iraq War, a war that has claimed the lives of over five thousand American soldiers and more than one million Iraqis? Obama would prefer that America not lament over past events but to look forward instead. Will the Obama administration support an investigation of Bush and Cheney’s authorizing the torturing of prisoners? How about all the warrantless wiretaps against Americans that were permitted by the telecom giants? Hell, Obama voted in favor of the FISA act and supported spying on Americans! With our current economic crisis, perhaps the missing $2.3 trillion that was reported missing from the Pentagon on September 10, 2001 will pique Obama’s interest into an in depth investigation. Or at the very least, perhaps Obama will consider supporting a congressional investigation on where the first half of the $750 billion from the “no banker left behind act” that Obama urged Congress to pass. Well, since Obama was the banker’s presidential candidate of choice, let’s just say we shouldn’t hold our breath. Then there is that issue of two men from the American  Israel Public Affairs Committie (AIPAC) who are under investigation for espionage. I wonder if that little conflict of interest came up at any time during Obama’s AIPAC address.


A Bill of Rights Under Bush


Celebrities pledge cult-like “service” to Obama government

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on January 21, 2009

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Tuesday, January 20, 2009

A mind-numbingly cringeworthy and deeply disturbing MySpace video release shows vacuous celebrities pledging their “service” to the incoming Obama government in the form of activities such as not flushing the toilet after taking a piss and selling their “obnoxious” cars.

The video was produced by actress Demi Moore for the MySpace Presidential Pledge project, and features a gaggle of highly annoying actors, singers and other patent phonies such as Sean P. “Diddy” Combs, Courtney Cox Arquette and Ashton Kutcher.

“The Presidential Pledge is a platform for people across the nation and throughout the world to make a first person commitment of service to our new President, articulating a specific intent or action to become an agent of positive change,” said Kutcher.

In the video, Sean P. “Diddy” Combs pledges to “turn the lights off,” presumably to help Obama combat “global warming” as America freezes under record low temperatures, while actor Jason Bateman promises to “flush only after a deuce never a single” and another celebrity states his pledge to “sell my obnoxious car and drive a hybrid”. Red Hot Chili Peppers front man Anthony Kiedis pledges “to be of service to Barack Obama”.

At the end of the clip, in perhaps the creepiest moment, Moore and Kutcher pledge to “be a servant to our President” as the shot pans out to show all the actors echoing a cult-like mantra, “because together we can, together we are and together we will be the change that we see,” as the shot morphs into the now familiar Marxist motif 1984-style image of Obama.

Several respondents to the video noted that the sentiments expressed were at best misguided and at worst “creepy,” “sick” and “cult-like”.

Forgive my skepticism, but millionaire celebrities vacuously pledging to “plant 500 trees” when the American economy teeters on the brink of a depression that Obama’s stated policies for combating “global warming” will only make worse just doesn’t inspire me at all.

Furthermore, since when were the American people supposed to swear allegiance and pledge “service” to a President? The U.S. Constitution, that piece of paper that Obama will swear to defend and protect later today, states quite clearly that elected representatives are supposed to act in “service” of the people’s best interests, not the other way around.

Of course, the most disturbing aspect to all this cult-like messiah complex and “service” of government is Barack Obama’s intention to take this notion of “service,” which is embraced by many well-meaning but naive people, and turn it against the American middle class in the form of Stasi-like informants spying on those that choose not to sacrifice their freedom and prosperity in the name of saving the planet from the menace of a problem wholly concocted and exploited by the very elite that Obama represents.

Indeed, the woman overseeing Obama’s climate agenda, Carol Browner, is a card-carrying member of Socialist International, an organization that has resolved to use the threat of global warming as a means to facilitate the creation of a system of global government.

How many of Obama’s promised “national civilian security force,” a cadre we are guaranteed will be as strong or stronger than the U.S. Army, will make the “pledge” to spy on their neighbors for enviro-crimes and report them to the local green commissariat?

Perhaps these celebrities should spend less time worrying about when its morally right to flush the toilet and more time asking Obama and Biden about their “pledge” to protect Bush administration war criminals from prosecution.

Perhaps they should concern themselves more with Obama’s “pledge” to do nothing to stop Israel’s incessant and barbarian slaughter of Palestinian men, women and children in Gaza.

That really would be of “service,” but only to the American people, humanity in general, and future generations, and not to the Obama government’s domestic political agenda.

Click here for the video clip.

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Israel recruits army of bloggers to troll anti-war websites

Posted in Terrorism, Uncategorized, War, Zionism by maasanova on January 20, 2009

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Monday, January 19, 2009

A Catskills milita group that the ADL has no problem with

A Catskills milita group that the ADL has no problem with

Israel has announced that it is setting up a network of bloggers to combat websites deemed “problematic” by the Zionist state, presumably to propagandize about the necessity of killing babies and infants in the name of self-defense.

Israel’s global reputation for being the new Nazis was already firmly established, but the ceaseless and indiscriminate bombing of Gaza, labeled a war crime by international observers, has hardened opinion against the country and this has manifested itself nowhere more than the world wide web.

Israel’s response will be to flood the Internet with PR agents who will attempt to create a phony consensus that the ZIonist state’s barbarian actions are justifiable.

According to a report in Haaretz, the Immigrant Absorption Ministry is setting up “an army of bloggers” who will “represent” Israel on “anti-Zionist blogs” in English, French, Spanish and German.

The ministry’s director-general Erez Halfon told Haaretz that over a million people who speak a second language are being targeted in a recruiting drive that will then direct the volunteers to web sites deemed “problematic.” Presumably their mission would be to troll comment boards and forums with pro-Zionist arguments, a public relations stunt that we have seen employed by other entities such as Monsanto and more recently Centcom and the U.S. Air Force.

Such ongoing efforts to infiltrate the Internet and propagandize for the war on terror are well documented.

CENTCOM has programs underway to infiltrate blogs and message boards to ensure people, “have the opportunity to read positive stories,”presumably about how Iraq is a wonderful liberated democracy and the war on terror really is about protecting Americans from Al-CIAda.

In May 2008, it was revealed that the Pentagon was expanding “Information Operations” on the Internet with purposefully set up foreign news websites, designed to look like independent media sources but in reality carrying direct military propaganda.

More recently the New York Times published an expose on privately hired operatives who have been appearing on all major US news networks promoting the interests and operations of the Pentagon and generating favorable news coverage of the Bush administration while posing as independent military analysts.

This operation was formally announced In 2006 when the Pentagon set up a unit to “better promote its message across 24-hour rolling news outlets, and particularly on the internet”.
Again, the Pentagon said the move would boost its ability to counter “inaccurate” news stories and exploit new media.

Just over a week ago, the US Air Force announced a “counter-blog” response plan aimed at fielding and reacting to material from bloggers who have “negative opinions about the US government and the Air Force.”

The plan, created by the public affairs arm of the Air Force, includes a detailed twelve-point “counter blogging” flow-chart that dictates how officers should tackle what are described as “trolls,” “ragers,” and “misguided” online writers.

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Busted! Haaretz scrubs story about IDF impersonating Hamas

Posted in Cover Up, False Flag Terrorism, Israel, Terrorism, Uncategorized, Zionism by maasanova on January 17, 2009

by Maasanova

“By Way Of Deception Thou Shalt Do War.” – the official motto of Mossad

The story of Israeli Defense Force troops impersonating Hamas militants somehow made it onto the Haaretz news wire. Blacklisted News was able to snag a screen capture before Haaretz purged the story from the site. For proof that the story was in fact memory-holed a la “1984” click here.

What I find most interesting is why Haaretz printed this story in the first place, and then obviously, why it was removed and replaced by this story: “Obama: Gaza war underscores need for immediate Mideast solution.” 

You’ll notice that the first sixteen or so comments are in response to the article of the IDF troops posing as Hamas, and then the remaining comments are in response to the Obama article.

Update: Ha’aretz’s information management department has now changed the original link to re-direct to the front page of it’s Hebrew online version. The new link to the article entitled “Obama: Gaza war underscores need for immediate Mideast solution” has no comments listed in the comment section.



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Israeli conscientious objectors, the Shministim

Posted in Israel, Jews, Uncategorized, War, Zionism by maasanova on January 14, 2009


Sign the petition

My name is Omer Goldman. I am 19 years old. I am one of the Shministim. Thank you for signing the Shministim letter to support me and my friends. Tell your friends to send a letter to the Israeli Minister of Defense.

I first went to prison on September 23 and served 35 days. I am lucky, after 2 times in jail, I got a medical discharge, but I’m the only one. By the time you read this, many of my friends will be in prison too: in for three weeks, out for one, and then back in, over and over, until they are 21. The reason? We refuse to do military service for the Israeli army because of the occupation.

I grew up with the army. My father was deputy head of Mossad and I saw my sister, who is eight years older than me, do her military service. As a young girl, I wanted to be a soldier. The military was such a part of my life that I never even questioned it.

Earlier this year, I went to a peace demonstration in Palestine. I had always been told that the Israeli army was there to defend me, but during that demonstration Israeli soldiers opened fire on me and my friends with rubber bullets and tear-gas grenades. I was shocked and scared. I saw the truth. I saw the reality. I saw for the first time that the most dangerous thing in Palestine is the Israeli soldiers, the very people who are supposed to be on my side.

When I came back to Israel, I knew I had changed. And so, I have joined with a number of other young people who are refusing to serve – they call us the Shministim. On December 18th, we are holding a Day of Action in Israel, and we are determined to show Israelis and the world that there is wide support for stopping a culture of war. Will you join us?

Please, tell your loved ones to sign a letter.

That’s all it takes.
Many have asked me about what it was like for me during this time. Of course I got scared while in prison. But also, it’s frightening that my country is the way that it is, locking up young people who are against violence and war. And I worry that what I am doing may damage my future. It’s hard to go from being a free girl who can decide things for herself — what to wear, who to see, what to eat — and then go back to having every minute of the day time-tabled.

Last time I was out of prison, I went to see my dad. We tried not to talk politics. He cares about me as his daughter, that I am suffering, but he doesn’t want to hear my views. He never came to visit me in prison. I think it was too hard for him to see me in there. He is an army man. I suppose, actually, we have similar characters. We both fight for what we believe in.

I understand from our friends at Jewish Voice for Peace that you are also someone who fights for what you believe in. Believe in me. Believe in Omer Goldman. Believe in the Shministim.


Ten Israeli soldiers choose jail over Gaza

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