Thursday, September 28, 2006
I'm not talking about Hizbollah, but the other bunch of extremists - George Bush's Republican Party.
"A lack of proper screening also meant that many innocent Iraqis were wrongly being detained—indefinitely, it seemed, in some cases. The Taguba study noted that more than sixty per cent of the civilian inmates at Abu Ghraib were deemed not to be a threat to society, which should have enabled them to be released." - New Yorker Magazine
Who needs Habeus Corpus, the U.S. Constitution, or human rights when you have an insane leader who claims to have direct authority from God and sadists and idiots willing to follow him?
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
I'm registered as an Independent voter, but I think Democrats need to keep calling out the obvious incompetence and outright lies that have become standard procedure for Bush, Inc. The majority government of the GOP has insisted on controlling the issues, so it's necessary to emphasize their consistent failure on every important issue our country has faced. Many politicians are shady crooks, but here we're dealing with actual criminals, either under investigation or already indicted.
If the case is not made overwhelmingly, then things will continue in a downward spiral. At the end of his speech, Rep. Tim Ryan alludes to the inevitable consequence of continued war if the Bush's GOP maintains the majority in November - a nationwide military draft.
There is an even simpler argument, though... "Violence begets violence."
or, if you prefer... "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind."
click for article
"The history of wars fought since the end of World War II reveals the futility of large-scale violence. The United States and the Soviet Union, despite their enormous firepower, were unable to defeat resistance movements in small, weak nations -- the United States in Vietnam, the Soviet Union in Afghanistan -- and were forced to withdraw."
"So if an action will inevitably kill innocent people, it is as immoral as a deliberate attack on civilians. And when you consider that the number of innocent people dying inevitably in "accidental" events has been far, far greater than all the deaths deliberately caused by terrorists, one must reject war as a solution for terrorism."
Saturday, September 23, 2006
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Friday, September 22, 2006
Monday, September 18, 2006
To paraphrase George Orwell:
imagine a shoe stamping on a symbol of freedom - forever."
would make a good photo op on 9/11?!?
These people are either idiots or they really just don't give a damn.
Those "9/11 crazies" who, for some reason, doubt the complete ethical infallibility of the Pentagon, the CIA, Wall Street, the Bush family, etc. should at least try to make a convincing case that there was some shady shit going on. The following is like a convenient Swiss army knife of 9/11 doubt, without any "airplane pods" in sight.
• Operation Northwoods:
False Flag Operations: Declassified Military Documents Show How US Government Planned Terrorist Attacks Against its Own Citizens - Yahoo! News
U.S. Military Drafted Plans to Terrorize U.S. Cities to Provoke War With Cuba - ABC News
• Rabbi Dov Zackeim, the Pentagon, and a TRILLION taxpayer dollars gone missing:
The War on Waste - CBS News
$1 Trillion Missing : Military waste under fire - San Francisco Chronicle
Dov Zackheim, Pentagon Comptroller, Has Misplaced A Trillion $ - Yahoo! News
• "9/11 Hijackers" Alive:
Hijack 'Suspects' Alive and Well - BBC News
• Larry Silverstein, owner of WTC Complex & beneficiary of $4 Billion in insurance:
"Lucky" Larry Silverstein - Bay Area Indymedia
Larry Silverstein Comments on WTC 7- Google Video
• Finally, as of today, if you go on the FBI's Most Wanted Website, Usama Bin Ladin is listed as wanted for several terrorist attacks, but there is no mention of the "biggest crime to take place on American soil" which occurred on 9/11 and for which we have been told he is responsible.
FBI says, ‘No hard evidence connecting Bin Laden to 9/11' - Ithaca Journal
Bin Laden Is ‘Not A Top Priority Use of American Resources’ - Bush
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
The players compete to relax and slow their heart & breathing rate.
It's ironic that the activity humans do more than anything, breathing, needs to be taught in order to be done correctly.
"There is a way of breathing that's a shame and a suffocation.
And there is another way of expiring,
a love breath, that let's you open infinitely!" -Jelaluddin Rumi
Sunday, September 10, 2006
The complexity of life is astounding, and studies like this show that the illusion of some kind of separation between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom is just that - an illusion.
Monkeys are people, too!
...and people can also be monkeys!