Sunday, October 03, 2004

idiot test

here's a quick idiot test for yourself and your viewers...

ask yourself if you know the difference between trusting someone to make a responsible judgment call versus actually asking them to make a particular judgment.

then ask yourself, if there is a difference, can you be upset with that person for abusing and completely blundering his newly given authority.

hmm... makes you think about the truth of things a little huh?... or... are you so emotional about this question (because you failed the idiot test maybe?) that you can't think straight, logically or with common sense?

i was house sitting a foreign friend's house once and he gave me the authority to "bomb" his house with a fogger if it was necessary, but only as a last resort because of the devastating nature of doing that to his home...

well i really didn't care about the poison being spread all throughout his home and i had no intention of cleaning up the mess after the dust settled... but i thought to myself... if i just go ahead and bomb it now i don't have to worry about them damn cockeroaches down the road.

well needless to say when my buddy saw what i did he was upset. i didn't understand why i did it, but i explained i was just trying to help him. then he asked, "well what the hell did i do that for cause he didn't find a single dead cockroach after my bombing?"

i said it was a preemptive cockroach strike cause i thought they were there and i was freaked out about the possibility.

oh well, sometimes mistakes are made....

then he asked why i didn't clean up the mess afterward... i told him i had a friend named haley that would be more than happy to stop by and clean it up for a few bucks... (heh heh... she totally gives me a kickback when i refer cleanup jobs to her.. what a win-win for me.. lol)

Friday, October 01, 2004

Who Needs More Nukes?

We do of course...

We're the only nation that ever used nukes and years later we had to issue a public apology...

"I Know How These People Think" - Bush

I know how these people think...

I see your point mr pres... you want all the votes from us dopey dumbshits that just need you to repeat a few catch phrases over and over again, without really saying anything of merit to gain my confidence.

Just keep saying "it's hard work" and "stay the course" and not much else and I'm sure every "hard working" no complex cognitive ability possessing American, like myself, will vote for you.

I call it politics for dummies...

Check out a BLOG of facts and issues, not just catch phrases about tough contests (btw I think my daddy and beat up your daddy so hah! lol

some people just never get it. but i know my faith tells me to follow him regardless of what makes sense... tisk tisk..
and i truly learned nothing new because not only do i have tunnel vision, i had my eyes closed and i was humming "la la la... i can't hear you" everytime anyone but my fearless leader talked... lol and especially when any FACTS were spoken.

i didn't learn a damn thing new and never will.. lol (that's me mocking, for you dopes out there)

Thursday, September 30, 2004

Thank You For the Very Symbol of Freedom We Cherish So Much...

We are truly a nation of conflicted souls... We rename our fries but dedicate our new freedom towers to the image of that once so symbolic statue of your affection for us.

The stupidity of my peoples be astounding me. (bad english is sarcasm fyi --it's such a shame that I actually gear my blogs to middle America, in that I have explain when I'm being sarcastic or else people send me email like, "dude you are such a moron. You conflict yourself. Like get a clue and btw, paak the caa is really proper english." And I suppose I'll have to concur, it's more proper than saying yall is or lemme ak you a question)

Blinders, Standard Rep. Issue for the War on Oil Bearing Countries...

Don't take off you blinders now good little boys and girls... you might get a little shocked by a dose of reality...

A) Larry did a great job... he got the candidates emotional, involved and overall charged about their responses (as well as the American Public as evidenced by your's and other's reaction). The last thing we need more of is candy coated mundane debates... It's bad enough they can't engage each other among the multitude of other debate taming guidelines.

If what you are saying is that you'd prefer more tame questions, then maybe we should redefine the meaning of "debate".

B) I'm wondering if the folks that buy into Bush's tag phrase of "flip-flop" understand the reality and deny it to fit their own twist on the truth or... if they have blinders on (in a faithful recreation of the example set by our fearless leader) and have no clue that Bush's manta is so far from the truth. Voting to trust someone (the Pres. non the less) to be able to appropriately handle the highest level of authority in no way contridicts being pissed off that they abused and grossly mishandled that authority. Point. Blank.

If you have the capacity and intelligence required to understand the difference between granting the authority vs. approving Bush's misuse of that authority then you can begin to understand the reality of the situation.

Maybe this analogy will help clear things up. For example if your mama says you can go to the store for milk if we need it and you decide to go just for the hell of it, then you might get chewed out by the very same person that said it was okay "only" if necessary.

Did that stick? Yea.. I didn't think so. Your kind doesn't care about the truth just the tag phrases you can generate from you spin based on a play of words...

Have fun with your response to this if you have the courage to even acknowledge the gravity of what I'm saying here... lol

Monday, September 27, 2004

Cat Stephens

Glad to see we're doing a good job of keeping Muslim look-a-likes off American bound planes and certainly away from important American cities... LOL (I hope the low brow readers catch all the irony in that statement).

I've flown into Bangor myself... and lemme tell you, that's where I'd reroute all the terrorist look-a-likers... they can't get into too much trouble there.

You know. considering Cat has already been in and out of our country a few times since 9/11, I think his recent "capture and redirect" are a testiment to Bush's resolve to fight a diligent war on muslims... lol. er.. terror... (what's the difference again?)

Thank God, and praise /\llah that Cat "the terrorist" Stephens didn't bomb D.C. the last time he was there a few months ago. That woulda look really bad if he did something when he slipped through Bush's fingers that time.

Poor Dumb Sap...

Some PDS (poor dumb sap) came back from Iraq with a broken back he got while transporting bombs.

He's served 18yrs in the guard, and was about 2 yrs short of full retirement. He was discharged on a medical at only 10% of his retirement.

The man has got metal body parts now and can't do any of the jobs in his current scope of experience. He knows the millitary & the tire/wharehousing industry. He couldn't get back the position he had prior to being shipped out to Iraq.

So that's the shitty situation this war on Iraq and his country left this PDS. Jobless, broke and disabled.... typical. BUT..

The kicker is.. This PDS is on the news and he's asked if he had it all to do over again, would he do anything different???

You know what he said? Yep you guessed it, I wouldn't change a thing. God! The stupidity starts right at the grass roots and goes all the way to the top. Dumbshits supporting dumbshits.

You figure considering this guy's family is totally screwed for now, he would at least think of something he coulda done better. It's amazing how dipshit's never learn from their mistakes. The first thing I woulda said is I woulda at least participated in the disability insurance of my regular employer, and taken out a hell of a huge life insurance policy. Maybe I woulda saved some more of my paycheck and/or cut expenses knowing that anything short of death was gonna leave my family financially screwed.

The Pres. has got $9billion more to spend on Halliburton and zip for our soldiers. My father too was injured in the U.S. Army, but lucky for him his duty was MI so he didn't have to do much physical stuff and could round out his 20 years...

Pick On Someone Our Own Size

I content that the President is truly a whimp by picking fights with the littlest guy on the WMD block... first read this Republican's POV
A smart republican once said...
Funny how we're all hyped up over the Middle East... N. Korea is a lot further along with it's nuclear program. I think some politicians are a little "limp dicked" when it comes to fighting a real threat. (read link below)

And world peace is when only your team has the upper hand. Who exactly decides who gets to play GI Joe and who doesn't? (sarcasm/idiom translator: if you've got a white guy saying I want a missle, and a sandnigger saying I want a missle... who has the right to have the missle?)

Americans are the only people that have ever used a NUCLEAR WMD, and we didn't use it on gun toting men, we dropped them on bottle warming moms back at the men's home. I'm sure that makes us the authority on who can or can not responsibly handle WMD's (espcially the nuclear type..) again that's sarcasm.

Sidebar for those that still have their blinders on... (namely this guy named Bub that posted a comment)

Any particular facts wrong Bub. Or are you just flailing at an arguement here?

Please list any corrections/disputes and your source for such information and I'll be glad to make corrections (now there's a novel concept, assessing what you've done and taking corrective action in the context of being enlightened to new information... gee, I wonder if a president should do that)

BTW, Obviously you're - just - not - getting - it (that's just the nature of righties). All the irrational parts are where I'm 'sarcastically' take the "Extreme Right POV". You know what sarcasm and mocking is right? LOL that's the beauty of being crass. The dipshits just don't get it.

For example: If I say, "it's much better to drop a bomb then drop aid, rather than just negotiate humanitarian aid in a civilised manor" what I'm really saying is that you war monger types are idiots. And I think it's funny that people actually read some of my mocking rants and are like, "brotha, you da man!!! I totally love it everytime a scum suking Iraqi dies! Kill em all!"

I know that's the way you think Bub, so I just like to play into it, cause the rest of us intelligent half of America understands the irony, hypocracy and out right stupidity in people like you's political views.

Sunday, September 26, 2004

The Root of Terror...

The roots of terrorism were sown long in the past and the branches will dominate our future.
Tribalism is intimately connected with terrorism: when one mass of people identify only with themselves and their values, and see others as lesser beings, then the ground is set for permanent conflict.

Most wars for the last twenty years have been wars inside nations rather than between them: wars over culture and ideology, conflicts that affect tribal groups and loyalties rather than national boundaries and identity, where one or both sides often resort to terrorism. Expect that pattern to continue regardless of the response the US and other countries make to recent events, and the inevitable counter-reactions that are provoked.

The lesson of history shows that counter terrorism requires more than military action and intelligence gathering.
It's incorrect to say that Islamic Fundamentalism is the root of the global terrorism threat. The truth is that the forces and causes of terrorism are far more diverse. The fact is that there are hundreds of small to large groups today who use random attacks on civilian and commercial targets as a means of getting attention and winning support (they hope). Take the patterns of terrorism in Chechnya, Kosovo, Bosnia, Northern Ireland, the Basque separatists and more recent rioting in anti-globalisation protests. It's just the start.

If terrorism thrives on tribalism, then a sense of injustice is what feeds tribalism. When a group feels they are marginalised, their power destroyed, their people victimised, their voices unheard, then violent protests are sure to follow.

The trouble is that there has never been a time in human history when so many millions have felt "just" grievances. One such issue is the growing gulf between the rich and the poor, the destitute and the power-players. Another is the claim by the United Nations that sanctions against Iraq have resulted in the deaths of over 500,000 children. Another is the desperate situation of millions of near-starving people in Africa and Asia who see their super-rich global villagers on CNN every day.

Attacks and raids on the Taliban in Afghanistan, biological warfare retaliation by terrorists (anthrax at first) that may or may not be associated with Osama Bin Laden, other terrorist acts - it is easy to set up a cycle of low grade conflict as we have seen in many parts of the world. These cycles of terrorism can fuel acts of violence for generations and are difficult to stop.

The new world order will have to address all these fundamental global challenges, as well as issues of security.

In the meantime, expect ethics and values to become ever more important to every company, large corporation, organization, politician and people group.

Never has it been more important for the whole of humanity together to agree how we can build a better kind of world.

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Allawi, Our Newest Puppet Dictator...


In an exclusive report in the Sydney Morning Herald and Age newspapers, two Iraqi men claim to have witnessed Iyad Allawi, the US-installed Iraqi interim prime minister, murder six handcuffed and blindfolded prisoners. The summary executions allegedly occurred in mid-June, while Allawi was visiting the Al-Amariyah security center in Baghdad.

The newspapers appear to have had the story for several weeks. They finally decided to publish the article on July 17, noting that “the failure by Iraqi and US officialdom to mount convincing denials makes the witness accounts impossible to ignore”. According to their Baghdad correspondent, Paul McGeough, who conducted the interviews, the two witnesses were found independently of one another and spoken to separately. Neither received payment.

One of the men told the journalist: “The prisoners were against the wall and we were standing in the courtyard when the interior minister [Falah al-Naqib] said that he would like to kill them all on the spot. Allawi said they deserved worse than death, but then he pulled the pistol from his belt and started shooting them.”

"...Allawi didn't have to come back to Iraq..." -Bush 23/9/04 referring to Allawi's courage after an assassination attempt

You're damn skippy Bush. He did it for the money and power you promised him. Everyone has the "American Dream" of success, even stupid, backward, heathen Muslims... and this guy wastes no time.

In His Own Words...

PLEASE NOTE I'M TRYING TO FIND CLIPS WHERE BUSH SAID THE WORLD WOULD BE BETTER OFF IF WE LEFT IRAQ, AND IRAQ WOULD BE BETTER OFF. Next time I'll write down the dates and location he said it to help my search. Once was in his speech where he addressed Kerry's comment about trading Saddam for Chaos. Of course his speech writers caught his Freudian slip and prompted him right away to correct himself but it was still pretty funny to hear the words come out of his mouth. He was flip-flopping like crazy in one sentence.

"I wish I wasn't the war president. Who in the heck wants to be a war president? I don't." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Aug. 6, 2004

"I'm not the expert on how the Iraqi people think, because I live in America, where it's nice and safe and secure." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 23, 2004

"The CIA laid out several scenarios and said life could be lousy, life could be OK, life could be better, and they were just guessing as to what the conditions might be like." —George W. Bush, New York City, Sept. 21, 2004

"I saw a poll that said the right track/wrong track in Iraq was better than here in America. It's pretty darn strong. I mean, the people see a better future." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 23, 2004

"I'm not the expert on how the Iraqi people think, because I live in America, where it's nice and safe and secure." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 23, 2004

"This has been tough weeks in that country." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., April 13, 2004

"The CIA laid out several scenarios and said life could be lousy, life could be OK, life could be better, and they were just guessing as to what the conditions might be like." —George W. Bush, New York City, Sept. 21, 2004

"Free societies are hopeful societies. And free societies will be allies against these hateful few who have no conscience, who kill at the whim of a hat." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 17, 2004

"Too many good docs are getting out of the business. Too many OB-GYNs aren't able to practice their love with women all across this country." —George W. Bush, Poplar Bluff, Mo., Sept. 6, 2004 (Watch video clip)

"Had we to do it over again, we would look at the consequences of catastrophic success, being so successful so fast that an enemy that should have surrendered or been done in escaped and lived to fight another day." —George W. Bush, telling Time magazine that he underestimated the Iraqi resistance

"As you know, we don't have relationships with Iran. I mean, that's — ever since the late '70s, we have no contacts with them, and we've totally sanctioned them. In other words, there's no sanctions — you can't — we're out of sanctions." —George W. Bush, Annandale, Va, Aug. 9, 2004

"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004 (Watch video clip)

"Karyn is with us. A West Texas girl, just like me." —George W. Bush, Nashville, Tenn., May 27, 2004

"I'm honored to shake the hand of a brave Iraqi citizen who had his hand cut off by Saddam Hussein." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., May 25, 2004

"I also want to speak tonight directly to Muslims throughout the world. We respect your faith. It's practiced freely by many millions of Americans and by millions more in countries that America counts as friends. Its teachings are good and peaceful, and those who commit evil in the name of Allah blaspheme the name of Allah." --Transcript of President Bush's address to a joint session of Congress on Thursday night, September 20, 2001

"The march to war hurt the economy. Laura reminded me a while ago that remember what was on the TV screens —  she calls me, 'George W.' — 'George W.' I call her, 'First Lady.' No, anyway — she said, we said, march to war on our TV screen." —George W. Bush, Bay Shore, New York, Mar. 11, 2004

"More Muslims have died at the hands of killers than — I say more Muslims — a lot of Muslims have died — I don't know the exact count — at Istanbul. Look at these different places around the world where there's been tremendous death and destruction because killers kill." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Jan. 29, 2004

"Then you wake up at the high school level and find out that the illiteracy level of our children are appalling." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Jan. 23, 2004

"Just remember it's the birds that's supposed to suffer, not the hunter." —George W. Bush, advising quail hunter and New Mexico Sen. Pete Domenici, Roswell, N.M., Jan. 22, 2004

"One of the most meaningful things that's happened to me since I've been the governor — the president — governor — president. Oops. Ex-governor. I went to Bethesda Naval Hospital to give a fellow a Purple Heart, and at the same moment I watched him—get a Purple Heart for action in Iraq — and at that same — right after I gave him the Purple Heart, he was sworn in as a citizen of the United States — a Mexican citizen, now a United States citizen." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Jan. 9, 2004

“Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?” —George W. Bush

“I don't want to run the risk of ruining what is a lovely recession” —George H.W. Bush

"I hope you leave here and walk out and say, 'What did he say?'" —George W. Bush, Beaverton, Oregon, Aug. 13, 2004

I Believe Because I Was Told So...

Reporter: ..and do you believe, given the stituation on the ground and Fallujah and other northern cities in the city triangle, that elections are possible in four months?

W. Bush: Uh.. I do. [uh heh heh] because the Prime Minster Allawi told me [lightly chuckles] they are.


Man I wish we had a president that wasn't so gullible.

Hey Georgey do this, hey Georgey do that.. yada yada yada. Trust me Georgey they have WMD's, trust me we'll be welcome with open arms...

Rather Ridiculous

What's the big deal about launching an attack based on false information???

Wait are we talkin bout going to war or attacking someone's credentials?

Oh, I'm sorry. I thought we were talkin bout getting our information confirmed before goin to war. Ya don't need to that silly.

Come on, really now. Fabricated reasons for attacking someone's country is no biggie, we can just look right on past that. Now using false docs to back the an attack on Bush's lack luster military service... ohhh don't even get me started, now you're treading on sacred ground... LOL.

I love the way small minded hillbillies think. Hell, if they jumped into a pile o' shite, instead of assessing the situation they'd scorn the left foot just for being on the left and praise the shit covered right foot with blind devotion and at all costs.

The real kicker is, ask if they'd jump in the shit again without puttin on some gloshers, and they'd say, "Hell Ya! That was absolutely without a doubt the best move -- wouldn't change a thing."

A Relatively Smart Guy

Here's a Politician (R) that is truly objective. He has his beliefs but is not blinded by his hatred of things he does not understand. I fret to give you food for your Bush arguement but read what Buchannan has to say on Iraq.

Now here's a smart man I can respect. His views on Bush contridict mine but at least he's not a man that's blatantly lying to himself.

Tavis: Well, the Bush argument, as you well know, is
that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.
He was a danger to the world. We had to hit him before
he hit us. You know the story.

Buchanan: Let me tell you, look. Saddam Hussein was
decimated in the Gulf War. We knocked out his Air
Force, his Navy, decimated his Army, took out half his
tanks, and destroyed the Republican Guard. He had
sanctions for 10 years. No new tanks coming in, no new
equipment, you really think he was a threat to the
United States of America with an economy not even one
percent of ours? Tavis, we flew 40,000 sortees over
his country, bombing, attacking his radars. He didn’t
shoot one plane down in 10 years, and this is a threat
to the United States of America? The Turks didn’t want
us to go in, but if he’s a threat to us, certainly
he’s a threat to Turkey. They didn’t want us to go in.
The Iranians didn’t want us to go in. Saudis didn’t
want us in. Jordanians didn’t want us in. If he
doesn’t threaten them, how does he threaten the
greatest nation on earth?

Tavis: I have two quick questions. One, tell me then
why you think Mr. Bush did go into Iraq? And number
two, it occurs to me, listening to you talk, that I
assume you want Bush to win more than Kerry. If Bush
didn’t have the war on terrorism to run on, he
wouldn’t have anything to run on. That’s his calling

Buchanan: Well, look. The war on terrorism is one
thing. The war in Iraq, I separate that.

Tavis: Okay.

Buchanan: I think, look. When you went into
Afghanistan and you went after Al Qaeda, everybody is
behind you. Run that so and so down. Kill him, Osama
and everybody with him. Track them down all over the
world wherever they are. If they’re in the Sudan, and
the Sudan won’t let you go in, strike them with a
predator. But what in heavens name are you doing
invading Iraq? Osama bin Laden isn’t in Iraq. I mean,
he hated Saddam as a secular despot who’s crushed
Shites and religious fundamentalists. So I think this
was a distraction. The president thinks it is part of
the war on terror. That’s where we disagree. I think
we’ve inflamed the Arab world. We certainly inflamed
the Iraqi people. We’ve got 1,000 Americans dead,
5,000 wounded, 20,000 Iraqis dead. What have we got?
We got ourselves a morass in Mesopotamia.

Tavis: Never mind this election for the moment. What
does it mean that because of the way we did this, and
because of the way we have now changed our passive
military engagement to one of, essentially, preemptive
strike, we think you’re going to hit us, we hit you
first. What’s that done to America around the world?

Buchanan: Well I think the Iraq war, in particular, I
think it has exacerbated relations, and frankly, I
predicted it Tavis. I said, first what you’re going to
get is you go in there and you win the war and then
you’ll inherit your own gigantic West Bank. And from
Morocco to Malaysia, you will have Imams in Mosques
calling us the great Satan and calling for jihad
against the United States. America’s reputation and
the president’s standing in that part of the world,
according to the president of Egypt, who is a friend,
has never been lower. And I think we’ve created, you
know, a spawning pool for future terrorists by
invading Iraq. I think it was a mistake. I hope the
president is coming out. I believe he is, and I hope
he’ll get rid of all these individuals that I identify
in that book, as the neo-cons who walked him up that
primrose path.

Tavis: I’ve got 20 seconds left. Tell me why then,
after that statement, George W. Bush deserves to be

Buchanan: Because Kerry is wrong on everything....


For Frenchie, J'adore le vie de la society Français. Je suis triste que, mon français n'est pas bien que ton

The blinded even admit they like being blind to a world view... why would any intelligent person want to know anything more than his own ethnocentric POV??? (oh yeah.. I'm so educated as long as it falls in line with what I already believet to be true)

Oil for food sounds like a pretty barbaric program. I prefer the US style of Bombing the hell out of them then dropping food from the air and just taking the oil... LMAO.. (i.e. Afghanisan after our oil interests were in trouble there)

That's American style... Frickin Frenchies get a clue (lol). If you got your oil from them "our style" instead of some fruffy French so-called "Civilised" way, I could respect you.. LMAO.

You'd think you guys only cared about finding a peaceful stable way to help the oppressed Iraqi people and to convert the Middle East by building a relationship and encouraging peaceful relations. What the hell were you thinking??? Don't you know bombs work better? There's a lot less of them to feed in the end, you can find tons of ways to funnel money to companies that will help you retain power through rebuilding contracts and it's just plain more fun playing commander in chief.. heh heh...

The brawny small minded mentality definately prefers War over a Civilised way to help the Iraqi people... After all we'd prefer to see those heathen women and children die right along side of Sadam. More fun goin to war, right... Gung Ho Rambo!

Speaking of Rambo... you should watch Rambo III again. It'll probably give you more history on Afghani "Freedom Fighters" than you ever bother to get otherwise.

Open Your Eyes

Please note I may have not had a chance to verify all the data on most of these website links, but I encourage you to visit them and learn a little about the things you don't hear from Politicians and the Wealthy and Powerful that control the U.S. (which many times ends up being one in the same).

You know we spend billions on CIA operations every year. I wonder what the American people think they are doing with most of their time and resources. I wonder if middle class America is satisfied that the CIA's "protection" and active furthering of the monetary interests of our country's rich and powerful, across the world, is in the best interest of American and World Peace and stability as everyone protests they are so interested in.

One reader told me he didn't care about the actual intentions and activities of poloticians so long as they professed loudly and with ferverent committment that their intentions were godly and for the people of the world. (QUITE A DISTURBING MENTALITY THAT UNFORTUNATELY I BELIEVE MANY AMERICANS SHARE)

And I wonder why the CIA director George Tenet resigned in the manor he did. I don't like to speculate, but when I find out some facts I'll let you know. Believe me I have my ideas, and I'm sure it has nothing to do with him wanting to spend more time fishing and playing with the grandkids.

Without further ado, please visit these sites and let me know what you think... (Hmm... so the U.S. has interests other than world peace? Get out of here! No way!) (I wonder where this money ended up? We all know how rich the Angolans are so I'm sure it's still in Angola) (I have to admit Angola is my newest area of research, so I'm not sure of the history of its connection to American politics, although I already know it's connection to the world oil conglomerates. i.e. Cheveron.. that cute little car is pimping those poor Angolans.. makes it so much easier for us the put the blinders on about how we support the exact opposite of world stability and security by our everyday support of those that help feed corruption in the interest of their own financial gain).

Funny how Haliburton keeps coming up in my research on Americas coruptive influence on the world.

Some of our buddies - partners in crime if you will...

Random stuff

**** A MUST READ **** (although I'll get a nonbiased source soon) (oops I just found out this guy is a communist-and although the average American has no clue what communism is as a political system, we are bread to hate them just as many people are bread to hate Jews and Blacks. I post his site just because I found some interesting facts here. I haven't read much of his opinions yet, but so far as I see the facts he lists are correct) (I actually haven't read yet, but I trust thiw guy will point out some good facts - the opinions you draw from them are your own)

Friday, September 24, 2004

From a "Terrorist" POV

Hey there guys.. here's an editorial that will test the notions of freedom of the press. I suspect I'll be joining the American formerly known as Cat Stephens shortly after a visit from the CIA.

I'm sure if you have the balls (or stupidity depending on how you view this type of writing) to publish this letter, you'll get some heated reactions.

I'm not a disclaimer kinda guy, but in the interest of National safety (er.. actually just mine) I'd like to preface this letter by saying I just sympathize with the people's of Iraq that we are so bent on bringing democracy and peace to.

In no way shape or form do I condone terrorism (got that big brother?).

From a "Terrorist" POV
from a westerner just trying to make sense of it all.

"Freedom means freedom for everyone.*" - VP Dick Cheney

"...*well except the Iranians and N. Koreans and Cubans and Rwandans and yada and yada and yada... we'll get around to freeing them too. Don't rush us. We got a few oil interests to secure in the Iraq first."

"Wait you turn. We'll get around to pimping your country as soon as we find an economic benefit to do so, and a good disguise to do it under. Please remember our slogan we borrowed from our good afro-american friend Snoop Dog Dog, 'if it doesn't make dollars it just doesn't make sense'. Get it... cents/sense? heh heh..."

"See that? Dick is hip. I know what the American people want to hear. Freedom for all, and for all a good dose of freedom!" - VP Dick Cheney (as he laughs all the way to the bank)

Seriously though PollyAnna... Freedom is only for those countries who's tyranical leaders have an abundance of wealth that we can't get to without overthrowing them physically. Most leaders are smart enough to deal with us and they allow us to pimp their natural resources to the detriment of the indiginous people of those countries...

You seem like an intelligent kinda guy. I'd be real impressed if you would tackle some of the underlying issues of international conflict and enlighten the people you touch as too some of the true actrocities of going on in the world.

When we went down to Bolivia to take their oil did we leave "Freedom for everyone?" While we suck the oil out of Rwanda, are we leaving a legacy of "Freedom for everyone?" As we invest billions to lay and protect the Turkey-Iraq pipeline have we ever truly invested in freedom for any of the people? Freedom from poverty, from dictatorship?

As long as Saddam kept the status quo and billions of dollars of oil flowed smoothly daily, how much did you and other Americans really care about Iraqi freedom?

As long as their are natives to oil bearing third and second world countries that are jealous that the industrialized Western and Asian countries are pimping their land and their government for their oil without benefitting the people there will be a fight that we call "terrorism". These peoples will fight tooth and nail as they watch their country's wealth get piped out to the spoiled Americans while they starve and/or suffer at the hands of radical dictators in financial conlusion with the U.S.

From a "Terrorist" POV their war is a war for independence. Much like America's war for independence from Britain. Their "Boston Tea Party" is blowing up a Pipeline and spilling their 21st Century "Tea" into an arid ocean. The true war on "Terrorism" is against our own greed. A greed that fuels the "Independence Fighter's" hate and resolve to rebel against financial and political oppression.

It is a war between the little people to bring the big multinational corporations to a level of fairness and decency in its business practices. It is a war to end political coruption that colludes with big business and oppressive foreign governments to rob a native people of its riches as has happened over and over again and again throughout history.

It is a war in which we have now become the oppressive Great Britian, and the Iraqi people have become the "New America" in there own minds. With so much promise for wealth and growth in their new chance for a democratic future, will the tyranny of American corporate greed suceed? If it does, rest assured "Terrorism" -- the indiginous peoples fight for independence will never cease.

-by Tony Tyrone Walton
Tempe, AZ
(no relation to Michael although I do have a brother named Mike)

{{this is a rough cut. but i got so passionate about some oppions i was reading on internet blogs that i had to voice it to someone. my own blog gets no traffic}}

Don't forget to pay the "Freedom of Press" Bill, honey...

this blog is in reply to
i din't read past the first few lines but this dipshits opinions really fire me up... you should go there and see some of my other replies as well.

dude i don't even have the patience to read your whole entry bout europe before i respond...

after first three lines it's clear that you just open your mouth and a pile of shit falls out...

ever lived in europe? ever bother to stay up-to-date with it's current affairs???

yeah.. that's what i thought.

just to bring you up to speed... Europe has had infinately more terrorist activity than the U.S. the littliest old lady taking your ticket at a train station is touger on terrorist than 99.9% of Americans.

frickin baby... you don't know terrorism till the burger king in frankfurt that you always eat at gets blown up and you personally know some of the people injured and killed... or when you have MP's wielding M-16's and walking bomb dogs in the halls of your school routinely, or you listen to a howitzer fire as a daily reminder that you are army, and your stay germany is no joke.

get a clue you bon-bon eating pansie. you're probably one of those pretty boy pricks that would try to join the guard as some kinda domestic PR person so you wouldn't have to get those dainty little fingers you type with, roughed up by handling an M-16 on a daily...

you think the biggest concern for a frickin soldier on the ground at Iraq cares about you pollyanna view of him dying so you can have the freedom of press to write what ever the f*ck you want in your bs blog is his biggest concern...???

i'm sure as he spills his last drop of blood he's thinkin.. "damn i'm glad we paid that bill to the free press people captain" argghhh... the more i think of wussies like you and their bloggs grrr...

Letter to Kerry

Damn Kerry, I want you to win so bad but you're screwing this up.

You're so outa touch with middle America. All you keep saying is everything is wrong and we need to "CHANGE THE COURSE".

That's all fine and dandy, but do you have any idea what a lot of people that are on the fence about this election translates that to?

You know damn well many of the votes you need to sway in your favor support the War. This might be a big surprise to you but not all American voters are as educated and sophisticated in there world view of international policy as you and your friends are.

W. Bush (excuse me, "his admin") understands this and knows how to relate to redneck America, scared little old lady America, gung ho kill all the colored people America. But you seem to have no idea that only a small percentage of Americans and people in general have an IQ and mentality over "average".

You keep trying to target this demographic in your race and you'll fall flat on your face and never trully understand why. The educated few that can understand your refined view of politics already understand what you're about and want to vote for you, but you're missing the connection with the vast majority of average comprehension, on the fence voters.

I'm sure you have plenty of great advisors, but like most people they are viewing the world through their own self image. They are directing you to appeal to the mentality they and you understand. Maybe the typical kind of person that actually gets out to see you on the campaigne trail, but not necessarily all my "low brow" friends that get out and vote. (I'm forcing them to vote Kerry btw)

So let me just ask you bluntly my friends concerns:

1) When you say change the course.. do you mean pull out??? Maybe try making your tag phrase "IMPROVE THE COURSE"

2) When you say everything is going wrong??? Do you see anything positive about the war? Do you have any hope for this war? PEOPLE NEED TO HEAR ABOUT HOPE. Cause when you say everything is wrong, people translates that to "you think everything is screwed and we have to pull out"

Come on Kerry. Swallow your pride and don't worry about offending your current advisors... but STEP THIS UP A NOTCH!!! Get some more advisors, analysts, pyschologists, socialogists etc... and do some GORILLA CAMPAIGNING.

Be more shrewd and cunning and use the tactics it takes to appeal to die hard, ra ra ra, "RED BLOODED" Americans. You're seriously slipping. All my NASCAR budweiser drinkin' buddies think your just a pretty boy that doesn't know the first thing about kicking some Iraqi ass. And unfortunately too many Americans are motivated by just that. Bush understands this and is getting all those votes.

You don't have to be a war monger, but I'd love to see what you can do to appeal to more "Red Blooded" war-pro Americans without compromising your values.

It's such a shame. Us intelligent ones understood right away that you voted just to give the authority to go to war if absolutely necessary, but that once W. Bush started to "ABUSE" that authority you went against his ABUSE of authority not against fighting terror. But the mentality of the people who's vote you need can't think that sophisticatedly as easy and obvious as it seems to us.

I know it's not in your personality to use dramatic language as "Bush ABUSED the authority you granted him", but GO GORILLA, GET IN THE TRENCHES AGAIN, GO AFTER BUSH like he was CHARLIE in Vietnam. lol.

I pray for your sucess.

Thursday, September 23, 2004

What would you do for a Million Dollars?

would you tell a lie?

would you send someone you've never met to their death?

would you cheat someone out of their oil who doesn't even speak your language?

now ask yourself would you do any of the above for several billion?

and most importantly, would a politician? any names come to mind? ask yourself why that particular name comes to mind and do you find yourself defending your own conclusions? hmm... i didn't even have to say a thing... lol.

A Chat with Soldiers about a Holy War

I think the big shame about America is that a majority of everyday Americans revel in their biggotry and ethnocentricity.

The Republicans understand this and they are good at playing into the low brow mentality of the average American. You ask the average "RED BLOODED" American why are we at war with with Iraqis and they say... quote "cause they hate us and will do anything to kill us".

You ask them "why" and they say quote "cause the Koran tells them to 'seek out the infidels and kill them without relenting'"

Wow!! That's the deepth of "Middle America's" comprehension of the situation. And if that's as much as you understand it's okay cause it's human behavior to be slave to the unkown... to fear things they can't comprehend.

So for all of you that think all muslims are just bred to hate us what would you say is the point of going to war??? I don't think most people realize the contradictions in their own answers to this question. You have to remember most Americans don't even understand the concept of contridiction.

Anyway, soldiers answer "I'm risking death to liberate the Iraqi people", in the same breathe they say these muslims they are trying to liberate are brain washed to hate us and kill us... I hope you intelligent readers see the irony in that. How easy it is to brainwash a person, a whole society.

If a soldier feels the problem is that the Koran tells Iraqis to kill Americans.., what good would it do to give them democracy then give them back their Korans. Wouldn't a democratic Iraq that still read the Koran still want to kill Americans? So how does that solve our problem?

I think the real issue that everyone kinda mutually understand but are afraid to say, is that we want to convert muslims to christians. It not a democratic war on terror, but a holy war on muslims in most American's eyes.

What are YOU dying for?

Don't pay too much attention to most dumbshit Americans that have never been past the end of their street let alone have some notion of international politics. They don't have a clue about shit.

Your country sounds like it needs a little help, but the reason the RICH LEADERS of America are doing it with bombs and bullets is to further their riches and power immediately while they are still in control of our government. Poor Iraqis, lower class Americans and the unsuspecting World are duped into notions of WMD's, liberation, fight against terrorism, democracy etc.. but the real issue is that the most powerful and wealthy of world leaders want to control "ALL" world oil supplies and make the work economically to the advantage of the corporations they have a financial interest in and not the local people of the oil bearing countries.

Terrorist hate Americans and others for stealing their riches, just like Americans did to the Native Americans and Terrorists also hate us for trying to economically enslave their people like we did to many Africans.

And more immediately, Bush/Cheney want to make a few bucks contracting with the US tax payer through their private companies Haliburton and KBR. As much as history changes.. it remains the same.

Get educated, enlightened, empowered. And know what the hell you're dying for...

Islam is not the Root of Terrorism...

There is talk of an "Iron Curtain" between the white Anglo-Saxons and Islam because they're all terrorists...

But is the Nation of Islam a nation of terror? Well I'm sure that's what most white people think. Unfortunately the West is already under an Iron Curtain. An Iron Curtain of censorship, where the general public doesn't have access to what really is at the "Root of Terrorism".

The general public is under the impression that the West is hated just because Islams are taught to hate Americans and the West from birth. If a poll was taken as to what fuels the Terrorist activity most people wouldn't have a clue.

A plea to fellow Americans...

I am making a plea to fellow Americans (present family excluded of course) to help me go git them damn evil-doin Iranians before they git us.

They are working on weapons of nuclear mass destruction and it is our duty as red blooded Americans to git Halliburton some more Government contracts.

Er.. I mean.. uh.. there seems to be a problem with my earpiece. Uh.. hold on a sec...

Ok. Got it. It's your duty to die for Iranian freedom. Thank you.

And as I leave you today please listen to the inspirational re-mix of "War"

War! HA! What it is a good for? Absolutely nuthin, but gettin me and mines rich! HA! Sing it again...

Haliburton! HA! Here's another contract. HA! Good for anutha five years.. YA! Sing it again...

American People! HA! You're all a bunch of sucka's. HA! Dying for my oil buddies HO! Did it to ya again... yyyeeeaahhh... ha ha!

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

OMG Lying bastards - Beheadings

First they say, "oh.. dudes we don't have any female Iraqis in jail. Really we don't. What are you guys talkin 'bout? Really guy."

Then they let two poor dopey bastards get beheaded.

Then they say.. "oops I guess we did have one... but we were gonna release this anthrax terrorist anyway... as part of our ongoing war against terror.."

"We just didn't want to let her go before the beheadings so that those damn Iraqis didn't think they had the upper hand. HA HA! Put that in your pipe and behead it punks!"

We sure did show them!

Fear... the biggest business in the U.S.

tisk tisk tisk... it is so easy to sell fear to nervous cowardly Americans.

Glad I'm in the business of fear. Laughing all the way to the bank as half of America cowers in its hovels.

My newest money maker... missile defense system against missles that don't exist and will never be fired... Ha Ha!

I'm making billions from a system that will never save a life... HA HA HA.. I love stupid scared Americans.

Ooops gotta go.. that's my buddy Bush at the door. We're goin out for a beer to discuss what else he can mandate for defense that can make us a buttload of money... lol.

Man I'm glad I've got a buddy that controls how 'illions of tax dollars are spent. DUMB AS SUCKERS ! ! ! You think your vote actually means something? You'll never even get close to where the money and power is. Buh bye now.

Mr. Bush's war

Get ready to go to war with Iran next. Bush is already making the same excuses to attack Iran.

Vote Bush - More war please. Thank you.

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

I'm your puppet

Is it common knowledge or is there only a few people that know Bush usually doesn't talk for himself in public addresses? Just a tidbit of information I wanted to jot down while I had it on my mind.

Just FYI, Bush has an earpiece that all his speeches are transmitted to him through. No biggie. News anchors and security guards and lots of presidents use earpieces. Well I'm not sure of presidents, but earpieces aren't uncommon. I think it would be totally funny if someone jammed his signal... lol.

But for all of you that thought he looks and sounds like an lost idiot when he gives speeches it's just that he's listening to his earpiece. That's why he talks in short spurts and has an unatural pace to his speeches.

Some of the places he has to pause to listen to the next line is funny, and what's even funnier is when he misunderstands what is transmitted. Just this week he said that the world would be better of if we "did" leave

Anyway, W. Bush is a great guy, and just cause he can't speak for himself doesn't have anything to do with his ability to run a nation.

Don't behead me... I'm just here to help the Iraqi people

Hmmm.... greed the root of all evil.

I hate whiners... sniveling babies. I decided to go to Iraq to help build Army bases. To support our military presence there cause I hate Iraqis. Cause I'm getting paid $75,000/yr and I've taken out a 2million dollar life insurance policy. And it's cool. I put a nice little spin on my greedy motives and voila! I'm also touted as somewhat of a hero and brave man.

I've got tons of cool war stories and this whole experience in Iraq feels a huge human need to do something remarkable. Now whether it's remarkably right or wrong I'm smart enough to know that I, like most of my compadres here really don't care. I'll be rich by my standards and drinking cold beers, watchin baseball and tell some great stories when I get back.

I'm gonna be the life of my town for a while at least.

Just so we're perfectly clear. All these bigots that say they're here for the Iraqi people are blow smoke up you ASS! Two years ago if you asked me to do some volunteer time in Iraq. I'd laugh my ass off at you.... same as these other pretty boy pricks that wanna cover their real agenda. And you all sop it up like guppies... LOL.

But now. In the middle of a War. Waive some serious pay in my face (just about twice as much as I was make 7 months ago) and game on. It's so cool to get overpaid to put on a flak jacket and go to work with a armed military escort everyday. I highly recommend it for the best sustained adrenaline rush you can get. And did I recommend you get paid ridiculously well for it... (unless your the sorry sap guarding my ass - lol). As long as I don't get beheaded I'll be fine. And if i do get beheaded... 2 mill to my family. That's better than dying in a damn car accident.

So calling on all adrenaline junkies. Iraq is the place for you.

New standards for declaring war

Dear You,

And by "You" I mean the dupable american public that will fight for my oil interests all over the world.

I've been mislead into war by my peoples, but I want you to be confident in my resolve that I'd do it just the same if I could. 1037 dead, Halliburton richer (and my family and friends too) and me sippin pina colada's off the back of my yatch as I make these tough presidential decisions.

p.s. pardon my Fruedian slip up about the world being a better place if we pulled out of Iraq, but I'm just a dummy repeating what I hear in my ear peace. I'd like to say I did have the wit to realize I made a boo boo. I'm gettin good at this. I'm starting to recognize misinformation from my peoples. I think I covered that slip up well. heh heh.

I'm done. Thank you.

.... oh I almost forgot. My new standards for war are: if you've ever pissed us off, if you have something worth taking over and if I can pin the excuse of you at least thinking about WMD then we're commin for you. So moms gear up your sons...(and please buy them personal armor before taking them to the deployment center this time - you're making American mothers look like you don't even care about our own)

So vote for me cause Iran, North Korea and some other wars are next.. Oh wait... scratch North Korea -- They got butkus. But rest assured Iran is next, cause after all they fit the bill just as well if not better than my current standards for Iraq.

George W. Bush

Would "you" be honest about your agenda?

Dear American Public,

I'm writing about terror in the world, namely the middle east and other oil bearing countries of the world like Rwanda. I think Bush (that's me btw in the third person - heh heh - it's my Dole impersonation) -- anyway.. Bush is doing a great jop protecting our oil interests from uncooperative, greedy, capitalist governments and the terrorist cells and families of wealth and power they are in collusion with. Without asserting our military strenght to force these undeserving heathens to yeild to our demands, they would get rich from our dependence on fossil fuels.

If it wasn't for W. Bush (that's me again with my Dole impersonation, in case you forgot) and others that "personally" (remember I spent some time in the Guard during war time just like many of my fellow fallen Guardsmen today) oh where was I.. oh yeah, if it was for us that "personally" and patriotically protect our national interest of being the wealthiest and most powerful nation on Earth, then surely these countries would exploit our need for their natural resources to get wealthy themselves and that would be "Just Plain UNAMERICAN" to let them do that.

So long as we are one of the few powerhouses with WMD's and the most powerful military forces on Earth, we should control all wealth opportunities at all costs.

And of course, I'd like to take a second to say I think it's a tribute and the highest honor to be able to die for our country's rich and powerful and their covert agendas.

Thank you very much,

George W. Bush (Republican & Halliburtican)

p.s. ...and you know what the dubleya stands for baby!!! WOMEN ! ! ! . . .

oh p.s. again...

Don't forget to get out and vote to help us rich folk get richer would ya. And never forget, the deaths of our poors sons and daughters have not gone without good cause and due recognition. Hell, in the last three months alone I made 2.3 million dollars in "referral fees" from Halliburton, so I'd like to extend out a personal thanks to all you dead guys (please shop at our sponsor Costco for your casket - thank you).

The kicker is... (and all you business men and "women" and oh, I never forget the "minority" business owners too) all I had to do was give out about 1,000+ shiny plastic purple hearts (which I got at a steal from our sponsor Costco for $4.99). What a country! Who ever figured out you put a fancy uniform and a few shiny trinkets on a poor innocent boy, and his mamma will be happy to have him die to help my Halliburton guys get rich, was a damn genius.

What a great deal I got goin on here. Rile these poor folk up to go send their sons and daughter to war to kill some sandniggers and get rich at the same time. It's like killing two birds with one stone -- hell, actually more like a whole damn flock with one WMD -- hell, actually real WMD's just the promise of WMD's heh heh -- SUCKERS!

I git population control on the mostly poor democratic contigency of americans and their sons and daughters (mostly enlisted folk - and sorry to you Republican officers, but if you were of any real importance to me our my "inner circle" of filthy rich and powerful republicans, you wouldn't have your ass in that sling in the first place) and I git to rattle them damn heathen sandniggers so I can count on them to never stop hating us (I see a long prosperous future in war contracts - you're welcome Hali), and speaking of Hali, I make a few bucks in the process (chump change really when compared to other wartime and conflict payola from military weapons and sytems and support corporations) and the real feather in my cap is, I become an American hero all at the same time to boot... damn I got it good.

Well before I blabber on too much, thanks agian. ;-) And remember, don't forget to vote to git them damn heathen Iraqis (hell, if I can dupe Kerry to gimme the authority to kick some ass and sign some contracts, I can dupe anyone). Vote! It's the patriotic thing to do - cause remember, I too honorably served my time in our National Guard to put "my very own" life on the line (heh heh) with all my other rich frat buddies.... So trust me I am a true patriot too.

Thank ya again,

George W. Bush (that's W! for Dubbleya Money!)