Sunday, February 13, 2011

A few quick points

I was listening to Mark Glenn's January 19th interview with Jonathan Azaziah, writer of Mask of Zion, the other day, and this remark by Azaziah pretty much sums it all up:
There is no other issue, no other issue, in the world, other than international Zionism.  Every problem in the world, from banking to war to the genetic modification of the food, to the fraudulent medical industry, to the destruction of religion to the destruction of the family, drugs, and arms, all the way around, it all connects to Zionism.  So my personal opinion is, if you're not taking the time to expose Zionism and the Talmudic Jewish criminals at the very top tear of it, that are controlling it, uh, then you are doing something very wrong or you're missing the big part of the picture or, even worse, you could be collusive or you could be a gatekeeper.  
International Zionism is not just the major force and influence in international relations, but also in American domestic politics.  It is the issue, the driving force in the global power structure.  History and current events have proven this fact, yet no one wants to talk about it.

What is International Zionism?  A network of individuals, corporations and other interested groups tied to the racist, imperialist agenda of the state of Israel, hell bent on controlling the Middle East and it's natural resources, pursuing a genocidal policy against much of the Muslim world.  The network originated in Europe, spread to America, and soon had it's tentacles throughout the world, controlling vital industries, major financial institutions, governments and media outlets.  They have largely written history to their own likening, regardless of facts, and either pretend people don't notice or put them in jail when they do.

These are the folks setting the agenda through their media, think tanks, and policy organizations.  These are the people raising the money, funding their puppets in government.  They are the ones conniving behind the scenes, stealing secrets and getting the dirt on their enemies and pawns in positions of power that actually have to face the public.  It's not the Democrats, it's not the Republicans, although they (and most of the federal government) are complicit, if not outright assets and participants in this crime network.

Let's stop being so politically correct about things, and call a spade a spade.  For those of you still stuck on the whole Jewish thing, I have this to say-- not all Jews are Zionists, and, alternatively, not all Zionists are Jews.  It's not a Jewish thing.  It's a criminal thing.  Let's not get hung up on semantics here.

Azaziah is interviewed again today on Glenn's podcast program, and it is well worth a listen to.

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Glenn Greenwald's latest article details a particularly interesting, and revealing, set of circumstances he finds himself in.  Apparently, their is, or at least was, an active campaign to attack Wikileaks and it's supporters, including Greenwald, which was concocted by a computer security firm at the behest of Bank of America through it's outside law firm.  I'd really encourage all to read his piece, but it really highlights a subject I wrote briefly about on Thursday.  Greenwald writes:
But the real issue highlighted by this episode is just how lawless and unrestrained is the unified axis of government and corporate power.  I've written many times about this issue-- the full-scale merger between public and private spheres-- because it's easily one of the most critical yet under-discussed political topics.  Especially (though by no means only) in the worlds of the Surveillance and National Security State, the powers of the state have become largely privatized.  There is very little separation between government power and corporate power.  Those who wield the latter intrinsically wield the former.  The revolving door between the highest levels of government and corporate offices rotates so fast and continuously that is has basically flown off its track and no longer provides even the minimal barrier it once did.  It's not merely that corporate power is unrestrained; it's worse than that: corporations actively exploit the power of the state to further entrench and enhance their power.  
He continues:
The exemption from the rule of law has been fully transferred from the highest level political elites to their counterparts in the private sector.  "Law" is something used to restrain ordinary Americans and especially those who oppose this consortium of government and corporate power, but it manifestly does not apply to restrain these elites.  
Some refer to this as the Revolving Door phenomenon of politics, in which individuals coming from the private sector use their connections to influence government policy in their favor, and vice verse.  I'd refer to it as fascism, in which private networks own and control the government and the organs of the state.

Private interests and corporations parasitically direct and manipulate the federal government, siphoning billions of hard-earned tax-payer dollars into the murderous, criminal military-industrial-surveillance state complex, justified by a clearly false narrative surrounding the events of 9/11 and the demonization of the Muslim world.  We are witnessing complete immunity from the law for the elites of the world-- in the public and private sector-- while the entire weight of the criminal justice system is thrown at the rest of us, often times for crimes in which there isn't even a victim.  You know you're living in a Banana Republic when other countries have to enforce the rule of law (or at least threaten to) for you.

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Just when I thought that our political discourse could not get any more absurd, Gabriel Herman, writing in the Israeli daily Ha'aretz yesterday, reminds me, yet again, of how ridiculous it all is:
"Morality isn't everything"
In considering candidates for supreme commander, it is necessary above all to look at their ability to win wars, and only then at their personal morality.   
That's the type of mindset the elites of this world have.  That's how they get away with it; the entire enterprise is run by pure debauchery, people that have no personal morality or dignity (see here and here for two small examples of the type of people we're dealing with), who could give a shit less about the decent people of this world.  Only murderous psychopaths could think in these terms.

And then there's this:
Osama bin Laden carried out one of the most surprising, daring and destructive attacks of our times.  He reached the top of Al-Qaida thanks to his religious fanaticism, which in this context means disregarding the usual constraints of morality, with the ends justifying the means.  For nearly a decade he has been evading captors while teasing and tricking generals who learned their craft at the best military academies in the United States and Europe and who command the world's most advanced armies.  
Wow.  They literally tell you the exact opposite of the truth.

Does this man think we are that naive?  That we believe bin Laden has been "teasing and tricking generals" for the past 10 years.  It's truly pathetic people fall for this type of garbage.

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I've been watching the events in Egypt closely the past few days, and if you were to take one look at the mainstream news, you'd think some dramatic revolution has taken place.  I don't mean to belittle the events that have unfolded, or downplay the truly amazing work and commitment the Egyptian people showed in their efforts to remove the long time dictator Hosni Mubarak from power.  Jeez, I wish my fellow countrymen and women would show 1/10 of the passion-- for any political cause-- that many Egyptians demonstrated during the struggle to remove Mubarak.  But let's be serious about this situation in Egypt for a moment.....

I'm no expert on Egyptian politics, but have been following the excellent work aangirfan has been doing covering the Egyptian uprising, and the forces behind the scenes.

First off, this entire Egyptian "revolution" appears to be directed and instigated, at least partially, by the U.S.  From The Telegraph January 28, 2011:
The American Embassy in Cairo helped a young dissident attend a US-sponsored summit for activists in New York, while working to keep his identity secret from Egyptian state police.  
On his return to Cairo in December 2008, the activist told US diplomats that an alliance of opposition groups had drawn up a plan to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak and install a democratic government in 2011.  
Hmmm.......interesting considering what Obama officials are telling Congress and the American people.

Secondly, I'd encourage all to take a close look at who the Obama administration and much of the Zionist-occupied Western world has been promoting to replace Mubarak: CIA-Mossad go-to-guy Omar Suleiman.  Please read The New Yorker's Jane Mayer's piece here, and Lisa Hajjar's piece at Al Jazeera here, for starters.

Finally, it's definitely not good when you've got individuals accused of things like this in the Egyptian regime.

aagirfan: Egyptian Psy Op

aangirfan: Another CIA Coup in Egypt?

aangirfan: Egyptians Working for the CIA-Mossad-NATO?

aangirfan: CIA and Muslim Brotherhood Versus Mubarak

There is a power struggle going on inside Egypt.  Let's hope the forces of peace, dignity and justice prevail, and the criminals and outside agitators and controllers come up empty handed.

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It's always nice hearing well spoken people explain things so thoroughly, so matter-of-factly.  Because these are the facts, and we can't ignore them.  Adrian Salbuchi is definitely one of those people.  Originally found at Daryl Bradford Smith's website, www.iamthewitness.com:



You hear a lot of people talk about "The New World Order" in these political circles that I find myself in, and I believe that term is useful to a certain extent.  Aldous Huxley, of Brave New World fame, explained perfectly in 1962 what "The New World Order" would look like:
There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears so to speak.  Producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda, or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods.
That's, in a nutshell, what "The New World Order" is.  People passively submitting, not even questioning, the lies and criminality spewing out from our government and the Zionist network in control of it. 

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