Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Tuesday, May 29, 2007:



  1. Following up on a comment by Rowan Berkeley on the background of Glen Davis, an article by Kevin Potvin.  I’ve always been fairly sure that Argus was a British intelligence asset, and that the WWF has a hidden agenda.  By the way, again riffing on the comments, it should be no surprise that I’m a big fan of the baby seal hunt, as I will always favor the traditional culture of human beings over the ‘rights’ of marine rats, no matter how pretty they are.

  2. Boing Boing, a site I like, published some absolute crap on the failure of the Venezuelan government to renew part of a broadcasting license of the treasonous right-wing television station that supported the coup against Chavez.  This made me so mad, I almost decided to stop reading Boing Boing.  To its credit, Boing Boing then published some of the many comments it received (so I’m still reading it).  Chavez could have wound the station up at the time, but waited until its license was up for renewal before exercising the right of the government not to renew it.  Given the abysmal state of broadcasting in North America, wouldn’t it be a good idea to stop renewing all broadcast licenses, and admit a whole new group of owners, owners who will be forced to stop holding the people in such contempt?  Nobody has a right to a license, and the abject failure of all incumbent owners to make even a stab at what could be called journalism means that the only cure is a clean slate.

  3. Wayne Madsen points out that what the neocons are doing now is just a reprise of what they were doing in the 1970s.  Actually, one of the advantages of the current situation is that it has finally outed the covert work being done by Zionist agents every decade since the late 1940s.  Some Presidents – Nixon, Carter, the father Bush – were able to provide some resistance (at a huge political cost to each, an issue that is worth thinking about), but most had to do what they were told.  The only difference now is that the Jewish Billionaires and their traitorous agents finally made a mistake so big that even the lite Zionists can’t cover it up for them.  By trying to break up Iraq and every other Middle Eastern country, the neocons made it impossible to hide the Zionist agenda behind any conceivable American Establishment agenda.

  4. More on the Zionist attack on free speech in Canada.  I like the idea of “We Should Nuke Israel”, where Chris Cook took an article by right-wing nut – and ardent Zionist – Michael Coren on nuking Iran, published in the Toronto Sun, and merely changed a few words to shift the recommended focus of the genocidal attack being advocated by Coren.  It appears to be a massive tactical mistake by B’nai Brith Canada to include this in the list of 18 allegedly offensive articles, as it was clearly written as a satire of Coren’s mainstream hate crime, one which B’nai Brith Canada didn’t see any reason to complain about.

  5. “The Bush-Cheney Regime and U.S. Middle East Policy: Radical Nihilists Driving Permanent War” by Ronald Bleier.

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