Thursday, December 29, 2011

Thursday, December 29, 2011

"Why America Can’t Afford Its Military"  Makes perfect sense until you read this:
"Predictably, there is also a growing recognition that the million dollars a year it costs to keep one American soldier or Marine on station in Afghanistan makes no sense when, for a fraction of the cost, the U.S. Army and other federal agencies could easily protect America’s borders from the wave of criminality, terrorism and illegal immigration washing in from Mexico and Latin America."
So he's just another nut worried about the "wave of criminality, terrorism and illegal immigration washing in from Mexico and Latin America" who thinks that the US Army would make a swell police force on American soil.

"Chavez: U.S. May Be Behind Leaders’ Cancer":
"'Fidel always tells me, ‘Chavez be careful, they’ve developed technology, be careful with what you eat, they could stick you with a small needle,’' the Venezuelan leader said today. 'In any case, I’m not accusing anyone, I’m just using my freedoms to reflect and issue comments on very strange events that are hard to explain.'"
Americans will snark at this, but we know for a fact that the CIA did attempt such things to kill Fidel.

"Roth and Weiss on What's Best for The Jews"   The professional left - those who make a salary by pretending to be progressive - will keep telling us that Ron Paul is unacceptable as he sorta hangs out with white supremacists, yet the clear racial supremacism of the Jews - you know, the supremacism with violent, horribly destructive effects in the real world today - is fine.  Why the distinction?  Ah, but they'll say, white supremacism is a whole nother thing, as the white supremacists control all the institutions of power. Are they perhaps living in 1964?  Look around you.  It is not the hillbillies who are running the banks, the universities, the media, the governments.  The real problem isn't the violent supremacism, it is our complete insensitivity to real power relations.
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