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Old 11-14-2005, 09:37 AM
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US Militarism - The "Arm Of Corporatism & Capitalism – :-o :-o :-o

Captains Of Commerce - Consuming The Planet

"US Militarism is the "Arm Of Corporatism. The "Iron Fist Of Capitalism" to smash the face of people’s movements for social justice & autonomy."

America A Corporate Oligarchy Where The Rich Prey Upon The Poor
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Old 11-20-2005, 07:57 AM
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JIMBO: Just think about the 2100 Marines who have copped the shit in Fallugah. They will come back as highly paid mercs for the Globalists in downtown USA.

I sometimes think Iraq is simply a training ground for U.S Forces to practice urban pacification.
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Old 11-20-2005, 09:28 AM
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Iraq, Training Ground For "Urban Combat" ??? - :-o :-o :-o

Agreed, in that their “accomplishments,” (even if obviously not ours) are chosen is such a manner as to produce multiple purposes. The Iraqi war is an example of such a “multi-orgasmic” session. The fact that Iraq is a training ground for what is now labeled “Urban Combat” is obvious. The fact that they celebrated their “Mission Accomplished,” w/ a very expensive boat party, shows that their primary objective, that of “outing Saddam Hussein” was indeed accomplished, regardless of all the other unplanned failures. They have not been able to completely subjugate their “people or their core culture,” but they were also somewhat successful in destroying a great part of their cultural symbols, artifacts, economy, & life sustaining infrastructure. That country has been “raped” & “destroyed” beyond any immediate repair. The fact that they wanted to free their people is not so obvious, as to the fact that they are trying very strongly to force them to convert politically to a “neo-democracy”. Obviously a “true democracy,” as experienced first hand here in America, is a thing of the past, at least for the near future. All the words used today & flashed on the TV screens are a complete opposite to what they “truly stand for,” in both the meanings of the words themselves & their actions. The “lie” is bigger than “true reality” & the “illusion” is overwhelming, specially for anyone in possession of a normal psyche.

Another interesting fact is that right after 911, England engraved a bell commemorating the event, as a seal linking both nations. I have a picture I downloaded from the Internet & from what can be seen it reads,

"THE GREATER GLORY OF"
"AND IN RECOGNITION OF"
"THE ENDURING LINKS BETWEEN"
"THE CITY OF LONDON"
"AND"
"THE CITY OF NEW YORK"
" "
"FIXED IN ADVERSITY - 11 SEPTEMBER" followed by what looks like “2001”

At times I have tried looking for articles written on the subject but I’ve not been successful. Do you have any information about this “symbol,” it’s purpose & what it represents?

I think that every time a catastrophic event takes place in our societies that advances the agenda of the NWO, they leave behind symbols by which they can remember, & thus “secretly” commemorate the event & the advancement towards their “greater goal” – that of “World Dominion.”

I find the following link informative, concise, & it definitely shows the reader how there has been a “timeline,” expanding over a few hundred years, to the events connecting the “controllers of the world” to the NWO agenda.

Beating The New World Order
http://www.angelfire.com/darkside/stopterrorists/johngalt

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Old 11-23-2005, 08:31 PM
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Both Left & Right Are Directed By A Higher Evilarchy - :-o :-o :-o

Monopoly Of Power…

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Clinton - Bush

The 2 Party Monopoly Of Power
"Clintons and the Bushes are openly in bed with one another."

"Bush's efforts to federalize relief efforts, eliminate Habeas Corpus and Posse Comitatus, along with endless other violations of the US constitution, make him and his administration the biggest threat to American liberty since King George."


"Bush has not only failed to enforce immigration laws, he has presided over a deliberate and unceasing attempt to open the floodgates to illegal immigration with his guest worker program. This even taken independently is an impeachable offense."

"Bush led America into a war on the orders of neo-Trotskyites based on fraudulent intelligence and outright lies. The foreign policy of the Neo-Con usurpers is an unprecedented 180 degrees from the Jeffersonian principle of avoiding foreign adventures and entangling alliances. The founding fathers advocated splendid isolation and a strong rearguard at home. Bush has split America wide open to untold illegal immigration while sending US troops to die on foreign soil for wars that have wreaked endless economic and moral turmoil on average Americans."
http://www.infowars.com/articles/us/hillary_clinton_good_for_america.htm
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Old 11-24-2005, 10:32 PM
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Advocating Democracy As A Pretext For Invading Other Countries – :-o :-o :-o

Advocating State-Sponsored Terrorism & Torture

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North Korea Compares George W. Bush To Hitler
"History proves that the ringleaders of fascism that stood stern trials for their crimes against humanity advocated `freedom' and `democracy' more noisily than any others."

"This will only more glaringly reveal his true colors as a wicked man whom the world compares to fascist fanatic Hitler," it said."
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/world/archives/2005/11/23/2003281370

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Old 11-25-2005, 11:18 AM
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Martial Law In U.S. Enforced By Foreign Troops ??? - :-o :-o :-o

Was Giving Away Our Sovereignty Constitutional ???

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Foreign Troops

Congressman "Ron Paul" Reiterates Danger Of Foreign Troops Being Used For Martial Law (Right Here In The U.S.A)
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/november2005/241105martiallaw.htm

Speaks out on phony UN-US dog and pony show, EPA testing pesticides on children.

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones | November 24 2005

Republican Congressman Ron Paul recently appeared on nationally syndicated radio and again reiterated his deep concern that foreign troops are mobilizing outside and inside America to be used as assets in a martial law takeover by the Bush administration.

"It's a horrible precedent and it's all part of the NAFTA scheme and globalization and world government," Paul told the Alex Jones Show.

"Obviously they shouldn't be permitted. What I'd like to see is that we don't have our troops in foreign countries and if we needed a national guard that they were back here at home, that's the bigger problem. Then if there were foreign troops on our soil maybe our state officials could deal with that with their own national guard."

Paul elaborated on his fear that after the next crisis the government, in line with their own public statements, will use military assets to police Americans on a regular basis.

"They're putting their back up against the wall and saying, if need be we're going to have martial law."

"We've heard all these statements by the President, by the administration, why they need more militarism at the federal government to keep people in check so nobody knows how this will turn out but I do know that the only thing we can do about it is try to alert the American people to what's going on so they can be prepared."

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U.S. Congressman Ron Paul

Paul offered his take on why the government seemed to be acting in a deranged and reckless manner on every issue.

"It's almost like they're going overboard that they lose their rationality and that's part of the reason why they usually fail too is they get overly bold and I think our government is overly bold thinking they are invincible and they feel invincible with their finances. Our government controls the reserve currency of the world, they literally have the ability to print gold."

In light of recent shocking rulings that authorize the EPA to conduct tests on orphan and mentally disabled children using pesticides, Paul made comparisons with a proposed universal mental screening program that he previously had helped defeat.

"I really thought that mental health testing and drugging was so evil and horrible, but this I think could even be a little bit worse when they talk about testing these kind of chemicals. But that's just confirmation once again that we as a country have been careless and we've allowed our government to act as parents for the children and, in spite of the shortcomings of some parents, parents do a much much better job."

Talking about children being in government care being five times more likely to be abused and Congressmen voting for those kind of measures, Paul stated,

"The results are so horrible you'd think maybe a little bit of logic would cause them to rethink their position but it doesn't seem to happen."

On the subject of his drive to get the US out of the UN, Paul pointed out the staged good cop, bad cop nature of the US-UN relationship.

"The Bush administration started bashing the UN and threatening the UN with cutting some of the funding but it was all a game they were playing because they literally gave the UN more power in the name of a reform."

"Who do we have at the UN, Bolton, the arch Neo-Con warmonger and actually what they've done is taken the Neo-Con position on intervening on the internal affairs of other nations and regime change and they've institutionalized that in the United Nations, now the UN is in the business of regime change."

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Old 12-04-2005, 10:12 AM
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Monopoly Of Power - :-o :-o :-o

Monopoly Of Power

Conservatives Might Finally Wake Up To The Reality Of The Two Party Monopoly Of Power
"Bush has not only failed to enforce immigration laws, he has presided over a deliberate and unceasing attempt to open the floodgates to illegal immigration with his Guest Worker Program. This even taken independently is an impeachable offense."
http://www.infowars.com/articles/us/hillary_clinton_good_for_america.htm

The Free Trade Agreement
“Is responsible for the resent wave of illegal immigrants into the US. That’s what they are failing to address, since many don’t realize that most of the Free Trade Agreement accords are sealed in secrecy amongst the consenting countries. In this case, the “agreements” made w/ Mexico & Canada are responsible. Once that “cat” gets out of it’s “bag”, people here in the US will realize that we are dealing w/ another double standard” policy we were all mislead about since its inception.”
http://news.messages.yahoo.com/bbs?action=m&board=37138469&tid=nmbushborderdc&sid =37138469&mid=706

Related Story:

Bush Pushes Plan To Toughen Border Policy
"President George W. Bush said on Saturday illegal border crossings were adding to crime and placing burdens on border communities, pushing his plan to overhaul immigration policy as a poll suggested Americans are skeptical of his handling of the issue."
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20051203/ts_nm/bush_border_dc_3

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Old 12-05-2005, 10:21 PM
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Congressman Ron Paul - :-o :-o :-o

Congress Erodes Privacy

The "Echelon" Worldwide Surveillance System , Invasion Of Privacy, Loss Of Habeas Corpus, Torture, Loss Of Freedom, & Thus, Loss Of Liberty

HON. RON PAUL OF TEXAS
BEFORE THE US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
November 16, 2005


Congress Erodes Privacy
http://www.house.gov/paul/congrec/congrec2005/cr111605.htm

The privacy issue has been around for a long time. The brutal abuse of privacy and property of early Americans played a big role in our revolt against the King. The 1st, 4th, and 5th amendments represented attempts to protect private property and privacy from an overzealous federal government. Today those attempts appear to have failed.

There have been serious legal debates in recent decades about whether “privacy” is protected by the Constitution. Some argue that since the word does not appear in the text of that document, it is not protected. Others argue that privacy protection grants the federal government power to dictate to all states limits or leniency in enforcing certain laws. But the essence of liberty is privacy.

In recent years—especially since 9-11—Congress has been totally negligent in its duty to protect U.S. citizens from federal government encroachment on the rights of privacy. Even prior to 9-11, the Echelon worldwide surveillance system was well entrenched, monitoring telephones, faxes, and emails.

From the 1970s forward, national security letters were used sparingly in circumventing the legal process and search warrant requirements. Since 9-11 and the subsequent passage of the Patriot Act, however, use of these instruments has skyrocketed, from 300 annually to over 30,000. There is essentially no oversight nor understanding by the U.S. Congress of the significance of this pervasive government surveillance. It’s all shrugged off as necessary to make us safe from terrorism. Sacrificing personal liberty and privacy, the majority feels, is not a big deal.

We soon will vote on the conference report reauthorizing the Patriot Act. Though one could argue there’s been a large grass-roots effort to discredit the Patriot Act, Congress has ignored the message. Amazingly, over 391 communities and 7 states have passed resolutions highly critical of the Patriot Act.

The debate in Congress—if that’s what one wants to call it—boils down to whether the most egregious parts of the Act will be sunsetted after 4 years or 7. The conference report will adjust the numbers, and members will vote willingly for the “compromise” and feel good about their effort to protect individual privacy.

But if we’re honest with ourselves we would admit that the 4th amendment is essentially a dead letter. There has been no effort to curb the abuse of national security letters nor to comprehend the significance of Echelon. Hard-fought liberties are rapidly slipping away from us.

Congress is not much better when it comes to protecting against the erosion of the centuries-old habeas corpus doctrine. By declaring anyone an enemy combatant—a totally arbitrary designation by the President— the government can deny an individual his right to petition a judge or even speak with an attorney. Though there has been a good debate on the insanity of our policy of torturing prisoners, holding foreigners and Americans without charges seems acceptable to many. Did it never occur to those who condemn torture that unlimited detention of individuals without a writ of habeas corpus is itself torture—especially for those who are totally innocent? Add this to the controversial worldwide network of secret CIA prisons now known of for 2 years, and we should be asking ourselves what we have become as a people. Recent evidence that we’re using white phosphorus chemical weapons in Iraq does nothing to improve our image.

Our prestige in the world is slipping. The war is going badly. Our financial system is grossly overburdened. And we spend hundreds of hours behind the scenes crafting a mere $5 billion spending cut while pretending no one knows we can spend tens of billions in off-budget supplemental bills- sometimes under unanimous consent!

It’s time we reconsider the real purpose of government in a society that professes to be freeprotection of liberty, peaceful commerce, and keeping itself out of our lives, our economy, our pocketbooks, and certainly out of the affairs of foreign nations.
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Old 12-09-2005, 05:42 PM
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Torture, Lies, & Video Tapes - :-o :-o :-o

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Torture, Lies, & Video Tapes

Al Qaeda - Iraq Intel Link US Obtained Through Torture
"The Bush administration based a crucial prewar assertion about ties between Iraq and Al Qaeda on detailed statements made by a prisoner while in Egyptian custody who later said he had fabricated them to escape harsh treatment, according to current and former government officials.

The officials said the captive, Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi, provided his most specific and elaborate accounts about ties between Iraq and Al Qaeda only after he was secretly handed over to Egypt by the United States in January 2002, in a process known as rendition.

The new disclosure provides the first public evidence that bad intelligence on Iraq may have resulted partly from the administration's heavy reliance on third countries to carry out interrogations of Qaeda members and others detained as part of American counterterrorism efforts. The Bush administration used Mr. Libi's accounts as the basis for its prewar claims, now discredited, that ties between Iraq and Al Qaeda included training in explosives and chemical weapons."
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Trashing The Constitution - :-o :-o :-o

Trashing "The US Constitution"...

The Constitution - It's Just A Goddamned Piece Of Paper
http://www.capitolhillblue.com/artman/publish/article_7779.shtml (Capitol Hill Blue)
http://www.rense.com/general69/paper.htm (Rense)
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