Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Wikileaks leak was well presented and damning, making discussions that Wikileaks is some kind of U. S. government front almost certainly Pentagon damage control. They needn't have bothered - all the American discussion that I have seen bends over backwards to rationalize the murders, without the slightest mention of the context that the entire war, and every violent action in it, was completely illegal. The joke is on the Americans. These sickos, playing their murderous video game exactly by the rules (they have to claim to have seen a weapon), will have been turned into total psychopaths by the time they get back home, and all Americans will have to look after the damage they do for the next few decades. On top of the trillions of dollars of the cost of the Wars For The Jews.

"Machete used in anti-Semitic attack, Carleton students say" Wild guess: the police will investigate but won't be able to find anything. World Jewry: “If you permit a constant invective and demonization of the Jewish state and people who support the Jewish state, some people will feel that this gives them the permission or responsibility to carry out this kind of attack.”

Two more Mossad Dubai assassins. Europeans not assisting in Dubai's investigation.

"Kraft's kosher queen will boost Cadbury" Satire from 2006: "Irene Rosenfeld Replaces General Peter Pace"

"Zionist indoctrination" The same thing is true in the United States, where many of these returning soldiers from wars of choice - all of which are now Wars For The Jews - come back to form the backbone of the extreme right. Consider that Nixon, considered at the time to be an evil right-winger, had policies that are miles to the left of Obama. It is not just corporate propaganda that is pushing that move to the right. The culture of ongoing mass murder provides a receptive audience.

The latest Chinese cyber-spying story.

The largest number in physics, the Atwood constant, represents the force required to separate Margaret Atwood from a prize or award.

"The most useless machine ever!"
blog comments powered by Disqus