Fascism

O'Reilly says FBI Should Go After Fetzer

Neo-con boot-licker Bill O'Reilly has suggested that president Bush should have the FBI go after Scholars for 9/11 Truth founder and co-chair Jim Fetzer for questioning the official fairy tale.

Here's What I Should Say

I must be having a bad dream. Is this Nazi Germany? Stalinist Russia? Is Idi Amin president, or is that just a movie starring Forest Whitaker?

What's next? Round up all of the scientists? Disappear all of the critics of the Dear Leader? Torture and kill anyone who doesn't vote for the politicans that O'Reilly approves of?

I've got two words for this: NO WAY

The Bill O'Reillys of this world are not going to win.

But This is alot More Fun

Bill O'Cry-ly is his name. Temper tantrums are his game.

Repeat after me...

Bill O'Cry-ly is his name. Temper tantrums are his game.

Rice: Does Anyone Really Believe I'd Ignore A Terror Warning?

Source: Rawstory.com

Ron Brynaert
Published: Thursday October 12, 2006

Early Thursday morning, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice denied that she gave the "brush-off" to an "impending terrorist attack" warning by former C.I.A. director George J. Tenet and his counterterrorism coordinator in July of 2001, two months before the September 11 attacks, which was first reported in Washington Post investigative reporter's Bob Woodward's latest book State of Denial.

The former National Security Adviser, interviewed on Detroit's Paul Smith Show on WJRI Radio, said that the "assertion that [she] would hear about a specific attack and not do anything" is "obviously just not true."

"On July 10, 2001, the book says, Mr. Tenet and his counterterrorism chief, J. Cofer Black, met with Ms. Rice at the White House to impress upon her the seriousness of the intelligence the agency was collecting about an impending attack," David E. Sanger reported for the New York Times in September. "But both men came away from the meeting feeling that Ms. Rice had not taken the warnings seriously."

Dick Cheney

Dick Cheney is a pivotal character in the 9/11 affair. I thought I would post every article I have on him so you can see just how "evil" this man is. Be sure to check out the blog on Halliburton, and the blog on the PNAC as well.

BREAKING NEWS: Dick Cheney Behind 9/11 Attacks - MUST READ

U.S. Court Dismisses Cheney Energy Task Force Case

Dick Cheney Is... Goldfinger - Video Inside

Bush, Cheney And 9/11

Cheney 'Offended' By Human Rights Report

Cheney Says Confident Of Bolton UN Confirmation

Cheney Invokes 9/11, Lauds Air Force Grads

A Constitutional Shredding: Rounding Up U.S. Citizens

http://www.counterpunch.org/cohn09302006.html

The Military Commissions Act of 2006 governing the treatment of detainees is the culmination of relentless fear-mongering by the Bush administration since the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Because the bill was adopted with lightning speed, barely anyone noticed that it empowers Bush to declare not just aliens, but also U.S. citizens, "unlawful enemy combatants."

Bush & Co. has portrayed the bill as a tough way to deal with aliens to protect us against terrorism. Frightened they might lose their majority in Congress in the November elections, the Republicans rammed the bill through Congress with little substantive debate.

Anyone who donates money to a charity that turns up on Bush's list of "terrorist" organizations, or who speaks out against the government's policies could be declared an "unlawful enemy combatant" and imprisoned indefinitely. That includes American citizens.

Palast, Pascarella Face Homeland Security Charges

http://gregpalast.com/section/articles

Palast, Pascarella Face Homeland Security Charges

Published by Greg Palast September 7th, 2006 in Articles

by Zach Roberts

Yes, the rumor’s true. Greg Palast is facing a criminal complaint from the Department of Homeland Security stemming from his filming the Hurricane Katrina investigation for Link TV and Democracy Now. The film’s producer, Matt Pascarella, is also facing the legal wrath of Big Brother.

It appears the complaint is about filming a sensitive national security site owned by Exxon petroleum. It seems that photographing major Bush donors is now a federal offense.

Reached at an undisclosed location, Palast says, “Let’s not get over-excited. They haven’t measured us for our orange suits yet.”

During questioning by Homeland Security, Palast asked, “Hey, aren’t you supposed to be looking for Osama? Or for guys with exploding shoes? … We’re journalists.” At Palast’s request, Homeland Security confirmed that Louisiana is, indeed, still part of the USA but did not respond when asked if the First Amendment applies there.

Watch part one and part two of Palast/Pascarella’s film. (In associat

Is It Time To Get a Divorce from America?

Anyone who's tried to counsel a friend who's in an abusive relationship will recognize the pattern. The abusee stubbornly holds on to the hope that the abuser can be reformed. She may welcome the sympathy of friends who try to comfort her, but if they firmly suggest that she get out of house and hire a lawyer to begin divorce proceedings, she rebukes them angrily.

That's what I encounter over and over again as an American expat who urges people who are righly afraid of their government to make some preparations to leave the country. They're more than ready to tell you about the fear they feel because their privacy has been breached, their vote left uncounted, their children sent to war, and their liberty and even lives threatened because of their religion, ethnicity, gender orientation or political beliefs. But watch out if you ever suggest that it would be prudent for someone in their position to consider "getting out of the house" before this obviously dangerous abuser makes good on his threats.

Their emotional reaction is especially telling because moving out of the country was no big deal until a few years ago. For years, people have been retiring to Mexico and Central America to enjoy the warm winters and lower cost of living. Why is it OK to leave the United States to seek a better climate or a cheaper condo but anathema to depart for a place where your phones aren't tapped or detention camps aren't being readied for troublemakers like you?