We are at war and it will never end. The Constitution is dead. Elena Kagan promises to bury it.
|By: Frank33 Sunday April 18, 2010 9:26 am|
|By: Frank33 Wednesday April 14, 2010 2:33 pm|
Sen. Lindsey Graham claims Al Qaeda is an army and so we must fight a War on Terror. But Al Qaeda is only a small number of spies and mercenaries supported by Al Qaeda. Graham claims that free and fair legal trials will release secret information that will help AQ. But the only example given is the List of Un-indicted Co-conspirators from the Day of Terror Trial in1995. This list was sent to Bin Laden by Ali Mohamed a Master Al Qaeda Spy except Graham ignores that the list was released by prosecutor Andrew McCarthy. McCarthy also neglects to mention Ali Mohamed. McCarthy does support neo-con Michael Ledeen who was part of the Niger Yellowcake forgeries, that was used as a pretext for war with Irak.
Solicitor General Elena Kagan defended and protect Saudi Arabian terrorists in a lawsuit brought by 9-11 victims. Kagan also destroyed documents proving Saudi Arabia was responsible for the 9-11 attacks. Kagan does not defend American citizens who may be legally assassinated by the US government. But she defended Saudi Oil Sheikhs who created Al Qaeda Terrorism. Lawyers who covered up Ali Mohamed’s spying or covered up torture or covered up Saudi Arabia’s terrorism, have been promoted and rewarded. Anyone who is critical of the the 9-11 coverup is penalized and punished. The Underwear Bomber Conspiracy was a US intelligence plot that almost destroyed Flight 253. This possible False Flag Operation is also ignored and concealed. Neo-cons, such as Dana “Pig Missile” Perino continue the falsehoods. But it has been revealed that torture was used for false confessions to justify the Irak War. This torture is a war crime.
|By: letsgetitdone Saturday April 3, 2010 12:16 pm|
Last weekend that so-called epitome of liberal media bias called The Washington Post continued its on-going war on economic recovery and the American people with two salvos on the “crisis” in Government finances created by our “unsustainable” deficits, written by Fred Hiatt and Robert Samuelson. Hiatt and Samuelson are not the only deficit warriors in the WP army. Others of note include David Broder, Dana Milbank, Steven Pearlstein, and Lori Montgomery. Together, and along with the absence of any writers who write about deficits from a positive point of view, the WaPo reflects a determined Hooverite position on deficits, advocating that the Administration now “pivot” toward deficit reduction, even though their writing recognizes that such a pivot can only come at the cost of a delayed or a denied economic recovery, and even at the cost of a renewed plunge into deeper recession or even depression.
This position is not liberal or “progressive.” Some may call it neo-liberal. I’d prefer to call it Hooverite, because it is a renewed application of the economic philosophy of Herbert Hoover to the 21st century American economy. But, in any case, whatever the label used to characterize it, any Newspaper or other publication taking such a position cannot be characterized as liberal, or progressive, or “left.” But in our modern context must, be seen as “right,” corporatist, “neo-liberal” and globalist, because it demonstrates that it cares nothing for working people and their well-being, but only cares about defending the interests of the already well-off, the financial institutions, and the predatory economic globalists. Let’s take a look at the latest efforts of Hiatt and Samuelson to frighten us over the deficit, beginning with Hiatt’s in this blog post, and then following with Samuelson in my next one.
|By: Frank33 Friday April 2, 2010 6:07 am|
Huffington Post continues the coverup of the Underwear Bomber and the failed Al Qaeda conspiracy. The Nigerian terrorist was allowed on board Flight 253 by US security officials and he nearly blew up an airliner. The Cognitive Infiltration of Cass Sunstein includes censorship of this story. Was it incompetence or a failed False Flag Op?
|By: WarOnError Wednesday December 16, 2009 10:49 am|
On November 14 it was reported:
“Fighting has now spilled into Saudi Arabia, reportedly causing 240 villages to be evacuated and more than 50 schools to be closed, ” Sigrid Kaag of UNICEF said in a statement this week.
All is not well, but not much is being reported. Al Queda’s new base: Yemen.
Here’s a map to view, while reading about this area:
|By: montanamaven Monday September 21, 2009 11:10 am|
“The Edge” Talk Radio interviews former NY Times foreign correspondent Stephen Kinzer and asks him about Poland, Afghanistan, and why we are continuing to screw things up and what we should do next. Kinzer has some great insights into how the Taliban is re marketing itself.
|By: Frank33 Sunday September 20, 2009 11:56 pm|
CREW accuses eight Democrats in Congress of corruption. Most of these have opposed the Iraq war and five of the eight are African Americans. Is this just a coincidence? Melanie Sloan has links to the corporation SAIC. This powerful company produced false propaganda to justify war with Iraq and SAIC continues the propaganda and its war profiteering. CREW has mostly ignored corporate criminality such as toxic and deadly pollution, privatized “outsourced” assassinations, and voter fraud from crooked electronic voting machines. SAIC has a large investment in these fraudulent voting machines, and has probably stolen elections.
|By: SteveAudio Wednesday November 26, 2008 2:05 pm|
All-girl rock band from Saudi Arabia challenges repressive rules.