Sunday, August 10, 2008

MIA ~McCane Iraq Anthrax~



Well folks, Olbermann is pretty much laying it on the line here, but as you might notice, part of the video was cut out about the apparent suicide of Bruce E. Ivins, a scientist who helped the FBI investigate the 2001 mail attacks. Here is what the L A Times has to say about the suicide of Bruce Ivens.


There is also an excellent artical by Glen Greenwald on this. Vital unresolved anthrax questions and ABC News


Yet this unqualified extension of Bu$h & Co. is still a viable candidate for president of the United States. Worse yet, there is a possibility that Lieberman, the other BuSh hugger could be his running mate. For some reason this reminds me of David Kelly, and I'm beggining to wonder if history even enters into the equasion with these corporate sons of she dogs...G:



History Channel Admits Anthrax Attacks were an Inside Job

6 comments:

  1. Yo, Olde Farte, we must be on the same psychic level or something, because I've been thinking along these lines, and about 9/11.

    The impermeability factor of the US has to be among the highest in the world, and I've long argued that no rag-headed subversive would be able to pull off what they're accused of doing (like on 9/11) without a LOT of help!

    This is a no-brainer for us dyed-in-the-wool skeptics, and it still amazes me that the publick won't see this for what it plainly is... a monumental SCAM exceeding biblical proportions.

    It's pretty plain that the elitists aren't too concerned about consistency in their stories, because they understand the sheeple mentality of ignoring what is unacceptable to them, and knowing that their government is a huge criminal organization, simply isn't acceptable to your average sheep.

    So, on and on we go...

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  2. To anyone living outside of the US, even expats, it's most obvious that the American sheeple are the most propagandized and dumbed-down crowd on the face of the Earth.

    We are incurious about other cultures and we look down at them too.

    Goebbels would be proud.

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  3. Yep, I've taken a whole new tack since I met you tin foilers. This goes way beyond questioning authority. Why even seeing a speck of light in the dark reaches of our corporate WH has become an impossibility.

    "Goebbels would be proud."

    Think the worst and expect the best, I keep thinking, but these Bastiche's (Dads term) keep proving me wrong. It's usually far worse than I am capable of imagining, and sometimes I'm no slouch when it comes to negativity...G:---*?

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  4. Well, most would say I've got you beat in the "negativity" department, Geez, but I question the definition of negativity being attached to having an inordinate understanding of reality, and how everything is going down the toilet with everyone just thinking that everything's rosy. That, to me, isn't being positive, just stupid!

    If I'm a negative person in that light, so be it... proud of it! At least our blood won't be on my head!

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  5. I know I'm hard on folks, at times, but it takes a hard-assed approach to get through to people, anymore, in this dumb-downed, complacent society we have. There's no right or wrong, anymore, and anything goes... how in the hell would anyone take us seriously with a mindset like that?

    It's like Keith Olbermann once said: "If you have a platform, use it, otherwise you're just another trained ape."

    There's enough of those in politics!

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  6. I heard Dad, on occassion, call you the old gear grinder,but he probably wasn't referring to truck transmissions...More like the gears are always spinning and you probably don't need to use the clutch. There ain't no negative that they can throw at
    us tinfoil guys (rolling eyes as I include muself). We just keep calling attention to all the negative Shite going on in hopes that it will attract something positive...G:

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