Wednesday, October 17, 2007

If You Don't Like Me, You're A Terrorist

Check out Bruce Fealk's blog.

He has more video on Joe's campaign to paint everyone who disagrees with him, as a traitor and a terrorist.

The Republican campaign to shut up the public is really reaching new lows. Their recent attacks on low income families and children used in political ads, is sickening.

They are on the defensive and being the pro-violence and slaughter for money party, they are likely to get even more dangerous. We should remember that the Brown Shirts in Italy saw a similar political transformation.

Check out this video of Ralph Nader. He tells us that Congress isn't pursuing impeachment because they believe that if they try, Bush will order an aerial attack on Iran and declare Martial Law at home. As he points out, if this is true it is a scary thought. If it isn't true, then it shows just how irrationally paranoid Congress is.

5 Comments:

At 8:02 AM, Blogger Edgar said...

He has more video on Joe's campaign to paint everyone who disagrees with him, as a traitor and a terrorist.

The last most desperate ploy of the incompetent and corrupt: Nazi patriotism tactics and fear pandering. Sickening. Why doesn't the PTB kill us all and import some more loyal citizens? Oh wait, that's the plan. Shh!

 
At 9:10 AM, Blogger Edgar said...

A new genetic analysis of the anthrax used in last fall’s terrorist attacks has pinpointed the source as the US government’s own germ warfare program. This finding explodes the pretense, long maintained by the Bush administration and parroted by the media, that little is known in the investigation into the attacks, which killed five people and disrupted the lives of millions.

As few as 20 scientists may have had the combination of technical knowledge and access to secret anthrax stocks—maintained illegally by the US government in violation of international treaty obligations—required to perpetrate the attacks. Yet the FBI continues to claim that it has made no progress in the investigation and that no suspects are being actively targeted.

This cover-up has a clear political motivation: either the perpetrator is an individual with powerful friends in high places in the Bush administration, whose influence is stalling the probe, or the perpetrator is actually a US government agency
—in which case the anthrax mailings to two top Senate Democrats constitute an attempted political coup against the official opposition party.
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At 9:14 AM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

This just confirms what the earlier tests were telling us.

And still we are nowhere.

 
At 9:17 AM, Blogger Edgar said...

He tells us that Congress isn't pursuing impeachment because they believe that if they try, Bush will order an aerial attack on Iran and declare Martial Law at home. As he points out, if this is true it is a scary thought. If it isn't true, then it shows just how irrationally paranoid Congress is.

The congress has good reason to be paranoid. There are suspicions that Bushco murdered Wellstone, among others. Some also received anthrax letters. They got the message, play ball or we'll kill you.

 
At 7:09 AM, Blogger fallout11 said...

And history is replete with such examples in action.

 

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