Sallie"We didn't start the fire"Sat Feb 28 18:08:31 2004220.127.116.11Thanks for the well documented video. "We didn't start the fire"
http://www.its.caltech.edu/~yel/Fire.html It was extremely well done, and I really enjoyed it for it's creative and artistic value, but I do take issue. Oh, but I am afraid we did start the fire -- lots of them. This is corroborated by historical facts, and the CIA's own documents, many declassified, and attached for you edification. The globalist always fund both sides of terrorism, so they win no matter who loses. This is not about democracy -- It's about imperialism. This is why the rest of the world hates us, and not because they are jealous of our freedom, which Bush has taken away using more tyrannical laws than ever dreamed of by Hitler. Tyranny is no excuse for terrorism!Democracy in Iraq which wasn't mentioned until February 2003 shortly before we attacked them, and based on lies and corruption discovered, that is now being exposed and coming to the forefront. It certainly was not for our safety, which is more perilous then ever, and has exponentially escalated worldwide in retaliation after the invasion of Iraq, as predicted by the CIA. America may be in denial, but the rest of the world knows better. Somehow, this president and the Neo-Cons always wraps themselves in the American Flag and make a mockery of patriotism. President Gen. Eisenhower warned us about the military-industrial complex, also known as fascism. The TIA under Poindexter is back and returning to business as usual to track and trace honest citizens. What are you going to do when they chip you? It's coming, either surreptitiously or by force.Corporatism and Single Party Politics By CHARLES SULLIVAN (excerpt)During the past century the United States has overthrown or attempted to overthrow numerous democratically elected governments, including Salvador Allende in Chile and Hugo Chavez in Venezuela. These CIA initiated interventions, assassinations and invasions have always occurred against leftist, people-oriented governments, often with socialist leanings. Thus the question arises: Why does the United States have a long history of invading and destabilizing democratic countries that do not embrace capitalism? The answer lies in capitalism's top down distribution of wealth. Capitalism demands cheap resources--often other people's resources (Iraqi oil for instance)--cheap labor and unfettered access to global markets for the further spread of capitalism. The mentality of the high priests of capitalism is akin to the ideology of the cancer cell. The principle is based upon unsustainable consumption and unrestrained growth..."
http://www.counterpunch.org/sullivan02202004.html "If we stuck to the Constitution as written, we would have: no federal meddling in our schools; no Federal Reserve; no U.S. membership in the UN; no gun control; and no foreign aid. We would have no welfare for big corporations, or the "poor"; no American troops in 100 foreign countries; no NAFTA, GAT, or "fast-track"; no arrogant federal judges usurping states rights; no attacks on private property; no income tax. We could get rid of most of the agencies, and most of the budget. The government would be small, frugal, and limited." -- Congressman Ron Paul, MD (R-Tx) (1988)Aristide is a drug addicted tyrannical dictator running a protection racket, drugs and a US puppet master. He controls the courts, permits, and every aspect of Haitian life. He replaced Baby Doc installed by Clinton to keep the drugs flowing into America. Now we are going into Haiti to keep a ruthless brutal barbaric Marxist/Communist dictator in power for US personal gain. Adding to our already overwhelming self-destructive "illegal" immigration crisis, the United States Coast Guard cutters are intercepting a rising number of boat full of Haitians trying to flee the violence and escape to the United States, adding to more unfettered migration to the US. This is more than a little ironic, since the US is backing the rogue rebel army formed in part from the death squads of the Haitian dictatorship, not mentioned in the article below, but I learned from a media friend before this went to press."Bush Accused Of Supporting Haitian Rebels" Isabelle D. Lindenmayer 2/27/2004
http://www.upi.com/view.cfm?StoryID=20040227-055619-8595r It's just more of the Bush Democracy Policy: You can have any democracy you want, as long as it's a dictatorship. I have several of his quotes reflecting his aspirations to be dictator -- well, he succeed. So it should comeas no surprise in his first speech to the world, when he said I am a "Communalist" = Communist. It was easilyoverlooked by the majority of Americans, but immediately noted and addressed by patriotic author Charlotte Iserbyt, former head of education under Reagan. Stop being dumbed down. Get her free online book "Back to Basics"
http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com/pages/back_to_basics_reform.html When our leaders speak they read neurolinguistically programmed speeches, using subliminal messaging, often repeating the same phrase at least three times, pausing at just the right moment, and giving messages to the whole world.Haitians are revolting to overthrow an evil tyrannical dictator just as we did in the War for independence against the British Empire to restore our rights and liberties, which we are now losing to another King George. We should get all American citizens out of Haiti, and let them have their Independence Day. Question of the Day from the Washington Dispatch "Should we send troops to Haiti?" (So far 74% said NO!)
http://www.washingtondispatch.com/poll.shtml It's a shame, but most of the people who depend on mainstream media news are so propagandized, they don't know fact from fiction, because they don't know history or the Constitution. But that's the way the current Washington corporate occupied territory wants it run under the current prevailing Plutocratical Oligarchy. Unfortunately, I see no difference in either Yale "skull and bonesmen" (CFR members) Mr. Kerry BCCI criminal extraordinaire. Guess I'll have to vote for an independent. There are 3 companies owned by the CIA that are manufacturing pc machines now being outlawed in several states or being sued to prevent their use. The military abroad are refusing to use them. Get Bev Harris' free online book
www.blackboxvoting.org Hang ontoto your hats, this should be a very eventful summer, and an even more interesting fall. Kudos to the Dispatch at least they are giving us an opportunity to speak out. "Every man should periodically be compelled to listen to opinions which are infuriating to him. To hear nothing but what is pleasing to one is to make a pillow of the mind." -- St. John Ervine. From my friend Pat Shannan
www.patshannan.com/ BCC: YeLi and friendsPS: "Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president or any other public official save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country... "To announce that there must be no criticism of the president or that we are to stand by the president right or wrong is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." -- President Theodore Roosevelt=======================
A Match for the FIRE common Sense, Sun Feb 29 11:15
Update: "We didn't start the fire" Sallie, Sun Feb 29 16:02
Mexician Military in U.S. Common Sense, Sun Feb 29 20:44
TERRORISM ON US BORDER Sallie, Sun Feb 29 21:25
Mr. Kerry. You are a bold-faced, unprincipled liar Don Bendell, Sun Feb 29 02:39
Kerry's roots - The truth coms out! washtimes.com, Sun Feb 29 15:03
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