Friday, July 19, 2013

Concert Over

Unfortunately I will no longer be able to blog because apparently blogging has now become aiding the enemy:

"Professor Yochai Benkler, co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, told the court in testimony last week: “Once you accept that WikiLeaks is a new journalistic organization, if handing materials over to an organization that can be read by anyone with an Internet connection means that you are handing over to the enemy — that essentially means that any leak to a media organization that can be read by any enemy anywhere in the world becomes automatically aiding the enemy.”

That means the newspaper on my desk is aiding the enemy, for it is filled with anonymous leaks advancing the agenda every single day. 

It's okay with me because I haven't really been too enthusiastic about posting lately anyway. I see my mission as having failed because all I sought to prevent has come to pass. The total surveillance society, the continued expansion of empire, the status quo economy that is becoming more extreme in feeding wealth inequality and the money addicts appetites, the continued corporate and bank looting of the American people. 

Well, almost everything has come to pass....

"In Washington, the chairman of the military’s Joint Chiefs of Staff told a Senate committee that the Obama administration is deliberating whether to use military force in Syria."

After my lying war-promoting newspaper led me to believe that was a non-option, non-starter! And Mad Dog McCain wants them to move even faster! The Israeli Zionist power over this government can be seen by all. 

And as odd as this sounds, is it possible a big bang and boom in the form of a false flag attack is on the way? I noticed AMC had yanked King Kong from next week's schedule. Is the Empire State building going to be hit by a plane and destroyed? The Statue of Liberty? Then to be blamed on Iran, Hezbollah, and Syria? Wouldn't put it past our noble leaders at all. 

Oh, yeah, never you mind that steam coming from Fukushima.


"General Wesley Clark, who commanded the North Atlantic Treaty Organization bombing campaign in the Kosovo war, recalls in his 2003 book Winning Modern Wars being told by a friend in the Pentagon in November 2001 that the list of states that Rumsfeld and deputy secretary of defense Paul Wolfowitz wanted to take down included Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Sudan and Somalia [and Lebanon]."

I guess they are a little behind schedule, but we see how that has worked out years later. What a coincidence given where we are today, huh? 

Oh, and just some reminders for you:

"Last month former government contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents to the Guardian revealing the National Security Agency collects every American’s phone records [and] every phone call in a database. Top Obama administration officials left open the possibility that they could build similar databases of people’s credit card transactions, hotel records, and Internet searches."

Well, they already have the infrastructure for it going back to the ECHELON program of the 1980s; however, All this stuff has been swept up in the last seven years for sure -- just about the time I started blogging. 

And it goes beyond that.  Turns out all the hacking that is blamed on China and others is actually being done by the U.S. government (after it's paid hacker contractors?). Beware of the drill gone live (not this time, huh?).

"A testament to how closely US spy satellites follow the country’s aging cargo fleet."

But they contracted out the work?

The Korean story -- as silly as it is -- serves a purpose. It alerts the world that the U.S. knows every single move you make.  Which begs the question how the "terrorists" and drug dealers are allowed to function -- unless they are covert intelligence operations run by the very government that claims it is fighting them.

One thing I will say is we won the war and our legions are growing every day (as opposed to that pos media I linked here today). That's why my erratic posting activity doesn't bother me. I am only one voice in a sea of growing voices that simply can not be silenced. Take one away and three more appear.  They will never put the genie back in the bottle!

It was an honor to have served you, and I thank all who came here and gave me their ear and time.  I love you all!!!

"When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love has always won. There have been tyrants and murderers and for a time they seem invincible but in the end, they always fall - think of it, always." -- Mahatma Gandhi