Thursday, December 18, 2008

Who Could've Envisioned?

The Bush team winds down their final justification tour with a series of "no one imagined's". From 9-11 to Hurricane Katrina to Wall Street's implosion, Bush's minions showed a failure of imagination. It turns out our Jewish friends have it in spades.

Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak said this about Iran, ""If it built even a primitive nuclear weapon like the type that destroyed Hiroshima, Iran would not hesitate to load it on a ship, arm it with a detonator operated by GPS and sail it into a vital port on the east coast of North America."

Who has nuclear weapons, a history of attacking American military assets, and of conducting false flag operations? The shining democracy in the Middle East, Israel. The Jewish state has 150-200 nuclear bombs, attacked the U.S.S. Liberty, itself a false flag operation. Who could've envisioned....

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Shining or Shiner Democracy?

Throw two shoes at the world's worst leader-Stay in custody. Relatives believe the prisoner has been beaten. The judge held legal proceedings in jail instead of court. Complicated legal proceedings could take months before a possible trial.

Steal $50 billion in Wall Street Ponzi scheme-Out on bail from 3 signatures.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Bush Cut Short Afghanistan for Israel?

President Bush embellished his Middle East trip at the White House Hanukkah party. George W. said he "cut short" his Afghan visit to return for the holiday event. The Great Embellisher turned down a Hamad Karzai invitation to stay longer. Bush said:

"I met with [Afghan] President Karzai, who is determined to help the young democracy survive," Bush said. "And so he said, why don't you hang around for a while? And I said, well, you don't understand. I need to get back to the White House for an important event. The Hanukkah reception is always one of the most special events of the season. Laura and I are pleased to be with so many friends. And we are honored to gather with leaders of the Jewish community to celebrate our final Hanukkah here in the White House."

Senator Joe Lieberman, Republican Congressman Eric Cantor, and business mogul Sheldon Adelson attended the event. The hit of the party was a handcuff less MC Karl Rove. Bush celebrated Israel, as the light of the Middle East. The Jewish state admits discrimination and wants to ethnically cleanse parts of the country. Yet, it's best defense is a good offense.

President Bush might want to return to Afghanistan. The rest of the world wants him to leave.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Press Freedom in Iraq

President Bush waited for the other shoe to drop during his Iraqi press conference. One reporter threw his shoes at George W. Bush. Apparently, the Iraqi was upset over the millions dead and displaced from American imposed democracy.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Ole Media King Donald Graham Goes Facebook

Washington Post Chairman Donald Graham will join Facebook's board of directors. The regular Bilderberg Group attendee brings his old media and international political connections to the social networking website.

Will the Bilderberg Group use Facebook and PayPal to run their next meeting? From Stressa, Italy to Chantilly, Virginia to ...., Graham keeps the required silence. The TelegraphUK called it #5 on the list of Great Conspiracy Theories. What happens when Bilderberg goes Facebook? Conspiracy or modernization?

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Freedom to Nuke Iran

Haaretz reported President elect Barack Obama will offer Israel a "nuclear umbrella" against an attack by Iran. What? Israel's 150-200 nuclear weapons aren't overwhelming enough? The U.S. has to add our arsenal as well?

The source, who is close to the new administration, said the U.S. will declare that an attack on Israel by Tehran would result in a devastating U.S. nuclear response against Iran.
What happens if a false flag operation is launched against Israel? It's been done before...

Monday, December 8, 2008

Freedom's Watch to Close Doors

Political action group Freedom's Watch will close at the end of the month, according to the Washington Times. Capitalistic business cycles caused the crash of their largest donor's portfolio. With casino magnate Sheldon Adelson's billions in asset losses, FW lost its funding source.

The group remained silent on freedom in Burma, Tibet, Pakistan, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Thailand. I guess it wasn't about freedom, the kind envisioned by our Founding Fathers. Will America remember what that means?

Who knows, but Ari's Freedom Switch won't have Freedom's Watch to kick around anymore...

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Agent Bush Replicates

In an effort to leave the Democratixx, Agent Bush replicated in front of unwary program participants. He stressed, "I must get out of here. Anybody got a beer?" But he did take up a donation for the RNC before leaving. Agent Bush's brother Jeb, otherwise known as the One, is being groomed for a Florida Senate seat and he needs the money. Whuuuunnnhhhh! The Democratixx rippled but has not broken.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Haaretz reports Iran Sanctions Failed, U.S. Won't Allow Nuclear Iran

Looking at this morning's Haaretz front page, I ask, "when will the attack begin?" Western sanctions failed, according to IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei.

"We haven't really moved one inch toward addressing the issues," ElBaradei, an Egyptian diplomat and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, told the LA Times. "I think so far the policy has been a failure."

Down the page, I found President George W. Bush addressing the Iranian threat.

"For the safety of our people and the peace of the world, America will not allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon," Bush said at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution.
George W. has a month and a half to make good on his promise. Gas prices are cheap. Christmas sales look to be dismal.

Freedom to Beat the Press

A Haaretz photographer took a fist to the face and a rifle butt to the head for doing her job, taking pictures. She was in Hebron, near the Jewish settler evicted home.

Photographers were snapping pictures of Palestinian families inside their homes, which lie not far from the evacuated "House of Contention" in central Hebron, when IDF troops arrived and temporarily requisitioned the homes.

When the three journalists exited the home, they spotted three IDF soldiers in the street. As Tess Scheflan began taking pictures of the soldiers, they began to approach her. One of the soldiers tried to swipe her camera before attempting to grab the camera of the other photojournalist at the scene.

Scheflan then remarked something to the soldier, who responded by delivering a fisted blow to her face. The soldier then used the butt of his rifle to strike Scheflan in the head.

Shortly afterward, Scheflan received treatment at the scene from an IDF medic. She was subsequently transferred by ambulance to Sha'arei Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem.

Democracies beating the press? That has a familiar ring. Was an Energy Industry Reception nearby?

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Freedom to Spin Bush Dodo Legacy

CNN's Stephen Hayes noted White House efforts to douse the flames on the Bush Dodo bird legacy. The transcript said:

...there's an ongoing Bush legacy project that's been meeting in the White House, really, with senior advisers, Karl Rove, Karen Hughes has been involved, current senior Bush administration advisers and they are looking at how to sort of roll out the President's legacy.

Contempt Karl spinning preposterous platitudes on his old boss is nothing new. Lionizing it is but another Bush con on the American people. George W.'s remarkably incurious, heavy handed management style should perish, but Machiavellian minions like Karl Rove will perpetuate such.

The Bush brand must be saved! Rumors are brother Jeb may run for the Senate. He'd have to step down from Lehman Brother's private equity division and resign from the Boards of Tenet Healthcare, Rayonier and CNL Bancshares. But George W. Bush would be available to take his place. Do de do, do do...

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Israeli Leader Calls Iranian Naval Exercises Provocative

Iran conducted a large scale naval exercise in the Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman. They mobilized a 50 ship armada in Iranian territorial waters. Tehran threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz if attacked by Israel or the U.S. The Jerusalem Post reported:

Ephraim Sneh, leader of the new Israel Hazaka party and former deputy defense minister said "Iran's unprecedented naval activity is actually a preparatory drill to taking over the Gulf and the world's most important oil route.

"The Iranian aggression is a threat to the entire world and should not be passed over quietly."

That begs the question. What should the world do unquietly? How might NATO respond under their new agreement with Israel?

Monday, December 1, 2008

Pentagon Assigns 20,000 Troops for Domestic Use by 2011

An active duty combat brigade was assigned to U.S. Northern Command for domestic purposes as of October 1. The 4,700 soldier, combat ready brigade is based at Fort Stewart, Georgia. Historically National Guard troops addressed our country's domestic needs, but they're slated to become the vast minority.

The U.S. military plans to grow to three large rapid reaction forces, 20,000 soldiers in total. Each force would be capable of responding to a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive attack, or CBRNE event, as the military calls it. They also could respond to natural disasters, hurricanes, earthquakes, and widespread tornado outbreaks.

Ironically, 2005 found the Pentagon emphasizing preparation "for multiple, simultaneous mass casualty incidents" in the homeland. Hurricane Katrina struck that summer. The White House and Pentagon were flat footed. Who had the capability of evacuating large numbers of hospital patients in medically equipped C-130's?

Rescuing people in times of disaster is a very different function than performing law enforcement duties on domestic hallowed ground. Combat troops and first responders are likely not one in the same.