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Old 12-09-2005, 08:36 PM
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why dubya acted so late on Katrina...God was fly fishing

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WASHINGTON, DC—Telephone logs recorded by the National Security Agency and obtained by Congress as part of an ongoing investigation suggest that the vice president may have used the Oval Office intercom system to address President Bush at crucial moments, giving categorical directives in a voice the president believed to be that of God.

While journalists and presidential historians had long noted Bush's deep faith and Cheney's powerful influence in the White House, few had drawn a direct correlation between the two until Tuesday, when transcripts of meetings that took place in March and April of 2002 became available.

In a transcript of an intercom exchange recorded in March 2002, a voice positively identified as the vice president's identifies himself as "the Lord thy God" and promotes the invasion of Iraq, as well as the use of torture in prisoner interrogations.

A close examination of Bush's public statements and Secret Service time logs tracking the vice president reveals a consistent pattern, one which links Bush's belief that he had received word from God with Cheney's use of the White House's telephone-based intercom system.

Officials privately acknowledged that there is reason to believe that the vice president, as God, urged Bush to sign legislation benefiting oil companies in 2005.

"There's a lot of religious zeal in the West Wing," said a former White House staffer who spoke on the condition of anonymity. "It's possible that the vice president has taken advantage of that to fast-track certain administration objectives."

An ex-Treasury Department official and longtime friend of Cheney was asked to comment on the vice president's possible subterfuge. "I don't know. I certainly don't think it's something [Cheney] planned," he said. "I do know that Mr. Bush was unfamiliar with a phone-based intercom, and I suppose it is possible that Dick took advantage of that."

A highly placed NSA official who has reviewed the information released Tuesday said Cheney masked his clipped monotone, employing a deeper, booming voice. Said the NSA source: "It sounded as though the speaker, who identified himself as God, stood away from the intercom to create an echo effect."

On Capitol Hill, sources are expressing surprise that Cheney, a vice president with more influence than any other in U.S. history, would have resorted to such deception.

"The vice president has a lot of sway in this administration," said a former White House aide. "But perhaps when President Bush was particularly resolute and resistant to mortal persuasion, the vice president chose to quickly resolve disputes in his favor with a half-decent God impression."

For many, the revelation explains Bush's confusion in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

"I was very surprised by the president's slow response in New Orleans," political commentator Bill Kristol said. "The president told me that he was praying every day in his office, but had received no reply. I had no idea what he meant, but of course, it all makes sense now."

At the time of Katrina, Cheney was on a fly-fishing trip, from which he returned on Sept. 1.

According to highly placed White House sources, Bush's senior advisers are trying to shield the president from the news. Aides are concerned that too harsh an awakening might shake Bush's faith, which has been a central part of his life for nearly 20 years.

"It's hard to tell the leader of the free world that he has been the butt of an elaborate and long-term ruse," a former staffer said. "Maybe it would be easier to take if it came from Cheney's God voice."

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Old 12-09-2005, 09:47 PM
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Old 12-10-2005, 04:13 AM
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"GW: So howbout we ditch this place and go play some golf Chester."
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Old 12-10-2005, 07:57 AM
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Yaya, this is what I'm screaming about! This is what these jerks in my apartment building are doing!! Wake up, somebody! The police and management are a buch of MORONS and don't give a sh*t if these weirdos drive people crazy! Hell, the cops probably are using it themselves! :-x

And BTW, this technique isn't new, either. It was known and used by the Tokagure (Ninja) hundreds of years ago. It was called something like "Ghost whispering" in that they impersonated the ghosts of dead relatives and whispered to their targets while they were meditating or falling asleep, etc.
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Old 12-10-2005, 08:21 AM
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Yaya, this is what I'm screaming about! This is what these jerks in my apartment building are doing!! Wake up, somebody! The police and management are a buch of MORONS and don't give a sh*t if these weirdos drive people crazy! Hell, the cops probably are using it themselves! :-x

And BTW, this technique isn't new, either. It was known and used by the Tokagure (Ninja) hundreds of years ago. It was called something like "Ghost whispering" in that they impersonated the ghosts of dead relatives and whispered to their targets while they were meditating or falling asleep, etc.
Imagine they could transmit frequencies into the brain, which implant messages and notions into the conscience. That would be something. Most people would trust a voice coming from inside the head.
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Old 12-10-2005, 08:33 AM
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True; it would be a form of psychological camouflage. There are speaker systems available to the public which can do this! The technology is based on ultrasonic heterodyning, meaning that if they aimed it at you, it would sound like it was coming from your own head. What's more, you can bounce the UH signal off solid objects, so the "voice" would appear to emanate from a bulding, automobile, or possibly another person, and YOU would be the only one who hears it.

http://ghostphysics.blogspot.com/2005/01/evp-background-information.html

Any jerk with the money and a little know-how could be terrorizing whole families, and the cops are clueless.
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