Dogma Alert

Monday, October 17, 2005

A second go round...


Governments, Conspiracies and You

Pope Warns of Increase in Anti-Semitism

Comment: While the Arabs are being portrayed in the West as blood-thirsty, sub-human killers, certainly a racist portrayal, the Western media is still selling the idea that "anti-Semitism" is the real danger. While most of the so-called "terrorist" attacks around the world are the work of Mossad, we are being told over and over again that it is the Arabs who are the terrorists.

The past week, the media has been full of close-ups of grieving Israeli settlers mourning the loss of their government-built illegal homes. The coverage is almost exclusively from the point of view of the settlers, even though they have stolen the land their houses were built upon, even though the settlements are illegal under international law, even though their Palestinian neighbours live in shacks that can be bulldozed at a moment's notice by the IDF, even though they are being well-paid to "give up" the houses, even though they will be resettled in new illegal homes on the West Bank, and even though the whole thing is being orchestrated to portray Ariel Sharon as a man of peace.

Which has to make you wonder why the Israelis are always being favoured in the press and why the Israelis are always being supported by the US.

Foundations are in place for martial law in the US

Violent or erotic images cause momentary periods of "emotion-induced blindness"

Cheney's 'Spoon-Benders' Pushing Nuclear Armageddon

U of O professor accused of hosting anti-Semitic website
Group files complaint over 'wild theories' that blame Jews for 9/11

Wild Theories...? I don't think so. Criticism against the Zionst Israeli government is just that, simple criticism, legitimate protest against the policies of a ruling body. It has nothing to do with Jewish people as human beings. There is an overwhleming amount of evidence that that Zionist Israeli government (or a faction within) was directly responsible for the planning an execution of the September 11th attacks.

Now onto other news...

Televangelist Calls for Chavez' Death

My Response to George - By Cindy Sheehan, AlterNet. Posted August 24, 2005.

An August Leader


August must be a troubled time for Mr. Bush. He's got that madwoman Cindy Sheehan on his doorstep, and his approval ratings for the war on Iraq have tanked. The last time he was in the soup like this, the first summer he took August off, he needed September 11 to transform him from a bumbling frat prankster into "the Commander-in-Chief". He must be hoping that Karl Rove and the backroom boys can do it again.

Yet after four years of increasing paranoia and talk of Homeland Security, not to forget last year's campaign based upon "you're safer with George 'cause if John Kerry's elected, al Qaeda will be attacking us at home", it seems he can't stage another attack on "America" without demonstrating that all the security measures in the world aren't going to stop an attack if the culprits are also the guards.

But before going too far in this reverie, a thought arises, an old joke that goes back to the sixties: "LBJ told us that if we voted for Goldwater, we'd have a war in Vietnam. I voted for Goldwater anyway, and, sure enough, we got into a war in Vietnam."

We know the president is so busy keeping the USA safe from terrorism that he doesn't have the time to meet with Cindy Sheehan. The corollary of this certifiable fact is that if those darned terrorists do manage to strike inside of Fortress USA, that'll be proof positive that the president was stymied in his desire to make the USA a terrorist free zone by those traitorous liberal scum who refused to take the threat seriously, in spite of Bush's spending of his hard-stolen, post-election, political capital in a magnanimous effort to convince the extreme-leftist liberals that Bush was right all along and that they should adopt his neo-Christian, theocratic view of the benefits of unleashing the Apocalypse.

And enough Americans may buy it to look the other way when the 5 am visitors come calling with offers of long-term vacations for those who haven't understood that the Commander-in-Chief is divinely inspired.

Which makes Pat Robertson's labeling of Hugo Chavez a "dictator" something of a joke, although a very serious one, because for all of Robertson's "I've been misunderstood" and "I apologise", he never said he was sorry for painting the duly-elected, and reconfirmed by referendum, president of Venezuela, who was still abiding by his country's constitution as of this afternoon, as a tyrant. But in the topsy-turvy world of Bush-speak, democracy means ignoring the constitution and rigging the elections and tyranny means allowing the great unwashed some say in their governance. Bush has long since thrown out the US Constitution as the basis of the rule of government in the US, and the US is in the process of writing another bogus constitution for their splintered fiefdom that was once Iraq.

For many years we have been pointing to the crimes of the neo-cons, both American and Israeli, in organising the attacks of 9/11 in order to justify their agenda of death and destruction and depopulation -- for that is what it really is, and all this talk about going into Iraq for oil doesn't get to the heart of the issue. "Peak Oil" is the politically acceptable way to broach the idea of culling the herd, of killing off 2/3rds of the world's population so that the elite can have some leg room to stomp on the few serfs they permit to continue living on their land.

The madmen in power in the US and Israel were counting on both the credulity and the incredulity of the American people in the face of such an emormous crime: credulous in believing the official story that such a massive attack could be organised by a guy in a cave and brought off with only box cutters, including taking out the entire North American Air Defense system for the day; incredulous towards all the evidence that points to the real culprits being in the halls of power in Washington and Tel Aviv.

And four years later look at the mess we're in. We, and others, have been predicting it for a long time, and if our research is correct, you ain't seen nothin' yet!

Finally, the other "F" word is being whispered aloud, even if softly and probably too late to do anything about it. As we live in a non-linear world, we don't completely discount the possibility that the situation could improve, but in the words of Bob Dylan, it's not dark yet, but it's getting there.

Which gives us the opportunity to leave you with this joke we found at Guillemette:

How many members of the Bush government does it take to change a lightbulb?


"1. One to deny that a light bulb needs to be changed;

"2. One to attack the patriotism of anyone who says the light bulb needs to be changed;

"3. One to blame Clinton for burning out the light bulb;

"4. One to tell the nations of the world that they are either for changing the light bulb or for eternal darkness;

"5. One to give a billion dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton for the new light bulb;

"6. One to arrange a photograph of Bush, dressed as a janitor, standing on a step ladder under the banner 'Bulb Accomplished';

"7. One administration insider to resign and in detail reveal how Bush was literally 'in the dark' the whole time;

"8. One to viciously smear No. 7;

"9. One surrogate to campaign on TV and at rallies on how George Bush has had a strong light-bulb-changing policy all along;

"10. And finally, one to confuse Americans about the difference between screwing a light bulb and screwing the country."

Who Would Jesus Assassinate?
Hugo Chavez and the Men Who Claim to Speak for Jesus?

Is Pat Robertson Out of His Mind or in the Loop?

What boneheaded design guides Dubya's moves?

Anti-gay church protests at soldiers' funerals


The Crucifixion of Christ, American Style

Another Embarrassment for Bush

What if... the Nazis had won


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