By The Numbers…

By on Sep 12, 2006 in Politics | 2 comments

Just thought it might be worth noting that at this time the number of American soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq is already greater than the number of Americans killed by the September 2001 attack on the World Trade Center. So if the (clears throat) ‘point’ of the ‘War on Terrorism’ has been to ensure that such a loss is never again endured by America, well… Guess what? The ‘War on Terrorism’ has just accomplished precisely what it sought to prevent. (imagines 7 billion humans clapplauding) Amen.

Bush Assassination : Watch The Film!

By on Sep 1, 2006 in Media, Politics | 0 comments

“Set in October 2007, the 90-minute drama uses a mix of archive footage, computer generated imagery and documentary techniques to portray Bush’s assassination and America’s reaction to it. Death of a President, which will also headline the Toronto film festival, will be seen first in this country on sister channel More 4 before being repeated on the main channel.” Yup. Read the rest right here.

Know Thy Enemy…

By on Jun 16, 2006 in Politics | 0 comments

This is just a quick refresher, since memory seems to be in short supply. When the World Trade Center in New York went down, killing around 3,000 people – the reactions in Tehran, Iran were as follows: The Iranians, over 1 million of them, were on the streets of Tehran, holding a candle-light vigil for the people who had died. Yes, that’s the 2nd time I say ‘people’, not ‘Americans’, because, really, that’s what they were. To most people, I think – that’s what they were…people; husbands, wives, sons and daughters. Compare this with the footage of Mr. Bush, days afterwards, standing in the midst of the rubble. Again, the smug look on the face, a man about to break into a smirk. A man who sees nothing but opportunity, a man high on the rising post-disaster approval ratings, a man who at the time this picture was taken, already...

No Comment…

By on Jun 13, 2006 in Politics | 0 comments

“Veteran journalist John Pilger recently wrote about one of PNAC’s founding members, Richard Perle: “I interviewed Perle when he was advising Reagan, and when he spoke about ‘total war,’ I mistakenly dismissed him as mad,” Pilger wrote. “He recently used the term again in describing America’s ‘war on terror.’ ‘No stages,’ he said. ‘This is total war. We are fighting a variety of enemies. There are lots of them out there. All this talk about first we are going to do Afghanistan, then we will do Iraq . . . this is entirely the wrong way to go about it. If we just let our vision of the world go forth, and we embrace it entirely and we don’t try to piece together clever diplomacy, but just wage a total war . . . our children will sing great songs about us years from now.’ ”” – America Pearl...

The Fantastic Disappearing Boeing!

By on Jun 12, 2006 in Politics | 3 comments

Anybody know why Rumsfeld won’t sign this letter? Seems simple enough, no?

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