Thomas G. MysiewiczLobster SoupSat Jul 7, 2007 18:54-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Lobster Soup
Date: Sat, 07 Jul 2007 16:46:22 -0700
From: Tom Mysiewicz firstname.lastname@example.org
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It appears that the recent overtures made by Russia's Vladimir Putin at the recent "Lobster Summit" in Maine have been rejected by George W. Bush's Neocon/Zionist handlers--at least if one is to take statements by the Voice of America and Mr. Bush seriously.
On July 7th, 2007 the Voice of America broadcast a strongly critical diatribe against Russia, specificlly accusing Russia of:
*Endangering the peace and security of the world through dangerous courtship of the Islamic world in order to advance its position;
*Supplying Iran with mssiles that would endanger Israel's proposed attack on Iranian nuclear facilities;
*Supplying Syria with sophisticated antitank weapons allegedly then given to Hezbollah in Lebanon, leading to the destruction of Israel's tank force; and,
*Favoring negotiations with Hamas in Palestine.
President Bush, for his part, indicates Putin's proposals are under consideration, but ABMs are going into Poland and other former East Bloc nations anyway.
The placement of these missiles may, in fact, be a way of undermining Vladimir Putin's hold on the Russian Federation, where he must conduct a balancing act among a number of factions, not the least of which are strong Russian nationalists.
The turning of the "Lobster Summit" into lobster soup apparently reflects a new resurgence of Neocon/Zionist power in Washington D.C., exemplified by the recent commutation by President Bush of the prison sentence of alleged Mossad operative Lewis "Scooter" Libby (Leibowitz) and the failure of AIPAC-subservient Democrats to launch impeachment of the President or Vice President in spite of numerous and gross violations of the U.S. Constitution.
Despite numerous press reports indicting that Neocons are "on their way out" there is nothing to indicate this. As the American writer Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) once stated in response to press reports of his death: "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated."
In actuality, there is nothing--except the possible opposition of Russia or China--that can now stand in the way of an attack on Iran and a larger war in the Mid East or worldwide.
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