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Run From The Cure

Posted by green for victory | Mon Mar 11, 2013, 04:55 PM (0 replies)

Cheney, Porter Goss, the Saudi Connection-

if enough people keep yanking these threads the whole sweater might start to come unraveled. The idea that a cave dweller 8000 miles away orchestrated this is preposterous.

This might be one of the most important clips from 911- It might be the engine noise from flt 77 @1:02. The timing fits- the capitol was being evacuated at 10:07, the only other time this little press gathering could have occurred.

And if that jet noise IS flt 77, what is the explosion before the jet whine?



Operation 40- Porter Goss with Barry Seal in Mexico-1963

Posted by green for victory | Sat Mar 9, 2013, 09:19 PM (0 replies)

you might like this book:Pharmageddon

Healy...attributes our current state of affairs to three key factors: product rather than process patents on drugs, the classification of certain drugs as prescription-only, and industry-controlled drug trials. These developments have tied the survival of pharmaceutical companies to the development of blockbuster drugs, so that they must overhype benefits and deny real hazards.


http://www.amazon.com/Pharmageddon-David-Healy/dp/0520270983

The fix won't come from inside the US, because the media will never allow the debate. It's for the same reason they will not permit debate on the dangers of SSRI's.

David Healy has the answer. Will people listen?

I don't think so...

Posted by green for victory | Fri Mar 8, 2013, 01:00 AM (0 replies)

maybe things like "...I would be considered a moderate Republican"- Obama

Obama says he'd be seen as moderate Republican in 1980s

President Obama said his economic policies are "so mainstream" he'd be considered a moderate Republican in the 1980s.

In a Thursday interview with a Miami-based local television station, Obama said he thinks few people believe he wants to impose socialism on the country.

"The truth of the matter is that my policies are so mainstream that if I had set the same policies that I had back in the 1980s, I would be considered a moderate Republican," he told Noticias Univision 23 in a White House interview.


"I mean, what I believe in is a tax system that is fair," he continued. "I don't think government can solve every problem. I think that we should make sure that we're helping young people go to school. We should make sure that our government is building good roads and bridges and hospitals and airports so that we have a good infrastructure.

"I do believe that it makes sense that everyone in America, as rich as this country is, shouldn't go bankrupt because someone gets sick, so the things I believe in are essentially the same things your viewers believe in," Obama said.

http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/domestic-taxes/272957-obama-says-his-economic-policies-so-mainstream-hed-be-seen-as-moderate-republican-in-1980s

Hope that helps
Posted by green for victory | Fri Mar 8, 2013, 12:20 AM (0 replies)

Leaders that nationalize their nations oil production are not popular with the US

see:Mossadeq

Here's a great explanation of why Chavez was hated

Hugo Chavez: What the Mainstream is Hiding

Posted by green for victory | Thu Mar 7, 2013, 02:54 AM (0 replies)

TJ

The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions, that I wish it to be always kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all. I like a little rebellion now and then. It is like a storm in the atmosphere.



Letter to Abigail Smith Adams from Paris while a Minister to France (22 February 1787), referring to Shay's Rebellion. "Jefferson's Service to the New Nation," Library of Congress

Posted by green for victory | Wed Mar 6, 2013, 05:14 AM (0 replies)

"Clinton tried to work within the International Community" is false

in regards to the 78 day bombing of Serbia.

He had congressional approval but said "there wasn't time" to seek UN approval. No UN approval for the bombing was ever granted. No evidence of genocide was found by the FBI and UN investigators after the war. You can verify all of that easily.

What many "liberals" don't know about the 78 day bombing of Serbia was that it was the first PNAC project.

Don't believe me. Click the following link:
http://newamericancentury.org/balkans.htm



Kosovo was a precedent for Iraq and Libya.

The reasons are explained here:

Backing up Globalization with Military Might
The U.S. and its NATO underlings undoubtedly will be vastly emboldened by their "success" in ensconcing themselves in Kosovo, Bosnia and the other remnants of Yugoslavia—Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia. We can expect rapid steps to further fragment the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY). We can also expect the new mission of nuclear-armed NATO — intervening over so-called "humanitarian concerns" against sovereign nations—to be implemented elsewhere, with great speed, especially in the Caspian Sea/Caucuses areas of the former Soviet Union.

Burgeoning military alliances, with the U.S. at the helm, are likely to try intervening in a similar way against North Korea, China — any country refusing to be a "New World Order" colony by allowing its wealth and labor power to be plundered by the TNCs. The assault against Yugoslavia threw open the floodgates for new wars including wars of competition among the industrial powers, with nuclear weapons part of the equation.

President Bill Clinton recently praised NATO for its campaign in Kosovo saying the alliance could intervene elsewhere in Europe or in Africa to fight repression."We can do it now. We can do it tomorrow, if it is necessary, somewhere else," he told U.S. troops gathered at the Skopje, Macedonia airport. (1)

Given these scenarios, it is hardly surprising that Clinton and the leaders of the other NATO countries continue to glorify the aggression against Yugoslavia as "preventing a humanitarian catastrophe," "promoting democracy" and "keeping the peace "against a Hitler-like dictator who would not adhere to "peace" agreements. The public is being repeatedly assured that the means -the bombing of the people of Yugoslavia-were justified by the ends.>>MORE Click for a complete analysis of the PNAC Kosovo bombing and invasion>>
http://www.globalissues.org/article/448/backing-up-globalization-with-military-might


There is one thing that survives after the illegal 78 day bombing and invasion of Serbia: The US Military Base Camp Bondsteel (well it was built after our invasion)




By the way, are you familiar with the Rambouillet fiasco? Where US "Diplomats" added appendix b at the last minute? Even Henry Kissinger said it was too much. Imagine that.

But lots of people bought the lie that we were "helping people" by bombing people. And never even knew the real reasons for the war.


Posted by green for victory | Wed Mar 6, 2013, 03:49 AM (5 replies)

Obama Administration Says President Can Use Lethal Force Against Americans on US Soil

http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2013/03/obama-admin-says-it-can-use-lethal-force-against-americans-us-soil

Yes, the president does have the authority to use military force against American citizens on US soil—but only in "an extraordinary circumstance," Attorney General Eric Holder said in a letter to Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) Tuesday.

"The U.S. Attorney General's refusal to rule out the possibility of drone strikes on American citizens and on American soil is more than frightening," Paul said Tuesday. "It is an affront the constitutional due process rights of all Americans."

Last month, Paul threatened to filibuster the nomination of John Brennan, Obama's pick to head the CIA, "until he answers the question of whether or not the President can kill American citizens through the drone strike program on U.S. soil." Tuesday, Brennan told Paul that "the agency I have been nominated to lead does not conduct lethal operations inside the United States—nor does it have any authority to do so." Brennan said that the Justice Department would answer Paul's question about whether Americans could be targeted for lethal strikes on US soil.

Holder's answer was more detailed, however, stating that under certain circumstances, the president would have the authority to order lethal attacks on American citizens. The two possible examples of such "extraordinary" circumstances were the attack on Pearl Harbor and the 9/11 terrorist attacks. An American president order the use of lethal military force inside the US is "entirely hypothetical, unlikely to occur, and one we hope no president will ever have to confront," Holder wrote. Here's the bulk of the letter:-->>MORE>>

Posted by green for victory | Tue Mar 5, 2013, 04:45 PM (216 replies)

Blowhard Bob Belt Buckle's head would pop first since he called for the assassination

of Julian Assange

that 2 bit punk isn't a "liberal" he's a psychopath



Fox News' Bob Beckel Calls For 'Ilegally' Killing Assange: 'A Dead Man Can't Leak Stuff' (VIDEO)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/12/07/fox-news-bob-beckel-calls_n_793467.html

A Democratic Fox News analyst called for the assassination of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Speaking on the Fox Business show "Follow The Money" on Monday, Bob Beckel excoriated Assange for leaking the State Department cables that have roiled the world in the past week, and said that American special forces should kill him.

"A dead man can't leak stuff," Beckel said. "This guy's a traitor, he's treasonous, and he has broken every law of the United States. And I'm not for the death penalty, so...there's only one way to do it: illegally shoot the son of a bitch."


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Imagine sitting around mocking people, calling for assassinations and generally making an ass of yourself and getting paid hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.

Way to go US! USA USA USA USA
Posted by green for victory | Tue Mar 5, 2013, 02:38 AM (0 replies)

"Big nations can't bluff"

Iran knows all about Big Nations



Anyone wonder why Ted Koppel never brought up the Coup
in 444 days of blabber?

Because it was still classified.

So next time someone says "A Secret Like That Is Too Big To Keep"

tell 'em about the 1953 US/UK CIA IRAN Coup d'etat
OR maybe remind them of the Manhattan project.

When was the last time Iran invaded and bombed another country?
Let's count the times in just 50 years that the US has done exactly that.
Shall we?

http://costofwar.com

we haven't spent enough loaned money spreading democracy yet...

Who sold Iran the reactors that it has now again?

Posted by green for victory | Mon Mar 4, 2013, 07:41 PM (0 replies)
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