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March 26, 2007

The Con Artist – Part 3

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 3:53 pm

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Sunday March 25, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
The Con Artist - Part 3
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AP reports a member of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee dares say on a weekend TV talk show:
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"Any president who says,
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I DON'T CARE,
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or
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I WILL NOT RESPOND
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to what the people of this country are saying about
Iraq or anything else,
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or
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I DON'T CARE
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what the Congress does, I am going to proceed
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— if a president really believes that, then there are...
ways to deal with that."
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A president?  --Who could that be!
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Ways to deal?  --One way, please!
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The same senator is quoted in the April issue of a
man's [!] magazine:
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"He's not accountable anymore, which isn't totally
true.
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You can impeach him, and before this is over, you
might see calls for his impeachment.
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I don't know.  It depends."
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Enough.
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King Bu$h has already issued instructions to his ad-
visory council (aka Congress):
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"We recognize that many members of Congress are
skeptical.
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Members of Congress have a right to express their
views, and express them forcefully.
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But those who refuse to give this plan a chance to
work have an obligation to offer an alternative that
has a better chance for success.
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To oppose everything while proposing nothing is
irresponsible."
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From my The Con Artist - Part 2 essay dated Monday
January 15, 2007:
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RESPONSIBLE PROPOSAL IN 3 STEPS
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I. In The Superpower's Coward Congress, the House
of Representatives shall impeach the Bu$h Bunch for
treason.
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II. In The Superpower's Coward Congress, the Senate
shall convict the Bu$h Bunch of treason.
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III. The Superpower's now Heroic Congress shall
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(a) cause these traitors to be transported to the In-
ternational Criminal Court, there to be tried for crimes
against humanity
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(b) with requests to the ICC and Germany that such
trials all be held in Nuremberg
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(c) with invitations to world leaders --Putin and Blair,
for instance-- to personally witness the hangings.
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AP:
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Essay:
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March 25, 2007

Surrender Soonest

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 9:46 pm

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Saturday March 24, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Surrender Soonest
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Under the headline "Crack U.S. Marine Unit Recalled
After [Afghan] Deaths," Reuters reports:
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"An elite U.S. Marine Corp unit accused of killing 10
Afghan civilians has been called home early after com-
manders decided they [= the elite murderers] could no
longer operate effectively...."
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How so?
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"The order...came...after local anger over the March 4
fighting [= mass murder] hampered their mission."
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Similar informal surrenders will occur in both Afghan-
istan and Iraq, some publicized, some not.
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Some informal surrenders will be bloodless, some not.
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But what about a formal surrender?
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After The Superpower's assassination of the President
of Iraq, the Iraqi Resistance ruled out a formal surren-
der by The Superpower.
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After the repeated Clinton-Bu$h attacks on the Emirate
of Afghanstan, the same also holds true there.
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Reuters:
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Reuters
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"Option NO, Surrender YES" essay, June 18, 2005:
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Essay
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March 24, 2007

A New Direction

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 6:32 pm

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Friday March 23, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
A New Direction
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From William Pfaff's important article in the February
15th New York Review of Books:
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"Michael Mandelbaum of Johns Hopkins recently asked
why,
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if other nations really objected to an American effort
to establish a new international hegemony,
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there has been no effort to build a military coalition to
oppose it."
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Pfaff hem-haws:
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"...Mandelbaum's question about using military coali-
tions to contain American power seems spoken from
another age.  The utility of military coalitions is not
what it used to be, as the United States has reason to
know."
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However...
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"The Airbus A400M airlifter program...was launched in
the 1990s...."
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"Then-Secretary of State...Albright warned of the po-
tential 'decoupling' of Europe and the U.S. if the Euro-
pean Union continued to divert resources from joint
NATO-directed programs to its own security priori-
ties."
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Its own priorities.  Well, now!
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However...
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"Asked how she saw the EU developing in the next 50
years, [German Chancellor] Merkel told daily newspa-
per Bild:
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"'In the EU itself we must come closer to a common
European army.'"
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The EU itself.  Well, now!
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But to the contrary...
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"The European Union should look outwards more in
its next 50 years, [the] British Europe minister said
...."
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"We run huge risks if we decide to turn inwards, whe-
ther towards our continent [!] or our nation."
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Puppet-uk, The Superpower's chief agent in the EU,
will do its best to lead the EU into wild-goose-chases
--to the delight of its master.
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Pfaff:
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Pfaff
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AP:
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AP
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Reuters:
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Reuters
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AFP:
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AFP
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March 21, 2007

Mischief-makers

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 3:55 am

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Monday March 20, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Mischief-makers
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The chief mischief-makers are the usual suspects, The
Superpower and its Puppet-uk.
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Puppet-uk?
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The colonial master back-then of what's now an inde-
pendent country.
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Reuters reports that, speaking on Zimbabwe TV, the
Foreign Minister Mumbengegwi stated:
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"I summoned the ambassadors, and I told them that
Zimbabwe will not allow any interference in its inter-
nal affairs and that those who are going to continue 
funding and supporting this program will be expelled."
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This program?
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Another Superpower regime-change program using
dime-a-dozen local mischief-makers.
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AP reports "Mbengegwi told the diplomats that West-
ern embassies had gone too far by offering food and
water to opposition activists...."
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Opposition activists?
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A presentable name for local mischief-makers.
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Mbengegwi pointed out to the bosses of the activists
that "the Vienna Convention governing diplomatic be-
havior prohibited foreign ambassadors from involve-
ment in the internal affairs of the host nation...."
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Vienna Convention?
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The Superpower snaps it fingers!  Its attitude is re-
flected in the words of another country's diplo:
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"They warned us against getting too involved in de-
velopments here ... so sure, it's a bit threatening."
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In fact, The Superpower's diplo "walked out of the
meeting" --an act meant as a direct threat to Zim-
babwe's independence!
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But why bother expelling one Superpower diplo only
to get a worse one?
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There's no need at all for either The Superpower's
embassy in Harare or Zimbabwe's embassy in Wash-
ington.
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There's email.
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Reuters:
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Reuters
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AP:
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AP
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Email:
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Email
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March 19, 2007

Civilization Marches On – Part 2

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 3:51 am

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Sunday March 18, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Civilization Marches On - Part 2
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But where does it march to?
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Luka Karadzic, brother of Radovan, explains:
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"...his sister, wife, daughter, son-in-law and two dis-
tant relatives were taken from their homes in Niksic...
to a police station in Podgorica...24 miles away."
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"He accused the police of submitting them to 'insane,
unnecessary harassment.'"
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That's from AP.  Let's try Reuters.
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"[Another] brother, Raco, told the Vijesti daily that
police...had taken in Karadzic's sister Ivanka, his
niece and her husband for questioning.
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"From six in the morning till noon police questioned
Ivanka and asked her about our brother...."
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That was in Montenegro.  How about Bosnia?
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From the first Civilization Marches essay:
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{start}
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Associated Press reports "NATO troops in Bosnia raid-
ed early Tuesday morning [~ 3 a.m. February 20th]
the homes of the daughter and the son of Radovan Ka-
radzic...."
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Raided? For starters: "broke the doors" down.
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AP quotes a NATO spokesperson in Bosnia:
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"We are conducting search operations of the homes of
Sonja and Sasa Karadzic.
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"We have been to both of these addresses before and
we will come again."
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Come again? Terrorist-talk.
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Then, indirectly quoting the NATO spokesperson:
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"Both Sonja and Sasa Karadzic will be interviewed and
their homes searched for any evidence or any informa-
tion about the [supposed network of] support to Ra-
dovan Karadzic or [about] his whereabouts...."
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AP apparently teamed with the NATO troops:
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"Sonja Karadzic answered a phone call made by the
Associated Press as troops were breaking...into the
building, where she lives on the second floor with
her husband and two children."
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Teamed --but why?  Terrorism aside,
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"The U.S. government is offering a reward of up to $5
million for information...."
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{end}
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So where does militarized Civilization march to?
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TO INSANE, UNNECESSARY HARASSMENT
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--for money.
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AP:
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AP
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Reuters:
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Reuters
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Part 1:
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Pt 1
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News:
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News
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March 18, 2007

The Bad News Bunny – Part 3

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 12:45 pm

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Saturday March 17, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
The Bad News Bunny - Part 3
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Reuters reports "The U.S. image abroad continues to
suffer...."
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How's that?
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A Tufts University prof is quoted:

"The impact has been devastating."
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But the impact --of what?
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The prof is quoted again:
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"...the Iraq war has substantially undercut Bush's abil-
ity to get other things done...."
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"American standing abroad is by all measures at its
lowest point in history.
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"This is true in Europe, this is true in other parts of
the world."
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Is it just an abstract "Iraq war" that has done all this?
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Hardly.
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Concretely, the Iraqi peoples waging asymmetric war
against The Superpower have gained the initiative and
day in and day out
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KILL TROOPS
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of the main invader and occupier
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KILL TROOPS
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of its local or foreign puppets
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KILL TROOPS
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of the Iran militias.
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KILL AUXILIARIES

of the above: contractors, UNO smoothtongues, NGO
subverters.
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Such asymmetric war takes years to achieve its goal:
expulsion of invaders and occupiers.
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The length of time needed to achieve that goal has a
side-effect: repetition enhances learning.
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Oh?
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The concrete  Iraq war is showing potential insurgents
in Europe and in other parts of the world
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HOW
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to "undercut Bush's ability to get other things done...."
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Other things?
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Making a helpless toy of Europe.  Mercilessly bringing
the peoples of Africa, Asia, Latin America to heel.
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But all that killing's awful, isn't it?
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Yes it is; but it's easily avoidable!
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DON'T MESS WITH OTHER PEOPLE'S COUNTRIES.
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Reuters:
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Reuters
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Bunny # 1:
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Bunny # 1
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Bunny # 2:
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Bunny # 2
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March 17, 2007

I’m Not The Only One

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 9:22 pm

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Saturday March 17, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
I'm Not The Only One
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America was born July 4, 1776.  Her Declaration of
Independence is imperishable.
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America died August 6, 1945 while giving birth to
The Superpower.
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The Superpower abruptly turned from America's De-
claration of Indepence written on parchment.
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And immediately began writing in blood and misery
its own Declaration of World $lavery.
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Yesterday Paul Craig Roberts published "The Last
Days of Constitutional Rule":
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"Our elected representatives...now regard as normal
such heinous actions as war crimes, the rape of the
Constitution, self-serving use of government office,
and the constant stream of lies and propaganda from
the highest offices of the executive branch.
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"Perhaps that is what disillusioned foreigners...mean
when they say that America does not exist anymore."
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AMERICA DOES NOT EXIST ANYMORE.
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Perhaps the most important of all the clauses in The
Superpower's Declaration of World $lavery is--
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THERE SHALL BE NO CIVILIANS EVER AGAIN
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ANYWHERE !
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That was made perfectly clear over 60 years ago at
Hiroshima.
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And the practical application of that clause now?
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The World Terrorist cannot possibly be what its name
indicates because terrorists attack civilians --and The
World Terrorist has decreed there are no civilians and
never will be!
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All its heinous actions are normal, perfectly normal...
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AMERICA DOES NOT EXIST ANYMORE.
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Roberts
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The Bad News Bunny – Part 2

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 2:37 am

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Wednesday March 14, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
The Bad News Bunny - Part 2
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The Latest
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AP reports that on Thursday March 15th:

"U.S.-led coalition forces...killed five...[puppet] police
in a clash [in Helmand province of occupied Afghani-
stan]...."
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This is how one of The Superpower's Afghan puppets
seeks to excuse the murders:
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"Coalition forces mistakenly opened fire on police.
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"Unfortunately five policemen were killed."
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Twelve Days Before
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Mafkarat al-Islam reports Saturday March 3d:
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"...puppet police sources as saying that the American
plane fired a rocket into the group of puppet troops
who had been hiding behind a high earthen barrier,
ready to ambush Resistance fighters, since dawn" --
"killing or wounding 20 puppet troops...."
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"US forces were trying to keep an information lid on
the story by preventing journalists from approaching
al-Fuhaylat village" --an "area of ‘Amiriyat al-Fallu-
jah, a suburb 7km [~4.3mi] southwest of the city of
al-Fallujah."
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Bu$h's plane mistakenly opened fire on police.
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Unfortunately 20 policemen were killed or wounded.
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AP:
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AP
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MaI:
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MaI
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Edit > Find > puppet force
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Bunny # 1:
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Bunny # 1
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March 15, 2007

The Bad News Bunny

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 9:26 pm

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Wednesday March 14, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
The Bad News Bunny
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Under the headline "Bush Can't Hide From Mounting
Woes," AP quotes a Black House counselor--
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"I think you're trying to connect a lot of dots that
aren't connectable"
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--when "asked [by AP] about the convergence...of all
this bad news...."
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Of course from one point of view the counselor's got
it right:
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How could one bunch --the Bu$h Bunch-- get so many
things so screwed up?  Not once or twice but all the
time?
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But these "dots" or dolts are only the bad actors hired
by Wall Street who have failed to follow Wall Street's
script titled "Deception First."
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How's that?
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AP quotes a semi-retired Princeton University prof:
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"This is a guy who's not up to the job.  The admini-
stration has managed to be globally unpopular.
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"Iraq is the great connecting tissue that does pull all
the dots together."
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From one point of view that's quite correct.
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But tissue or issue, Iraq is but one small part of The
Superpower's Declaration of World $lavery.
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AP concludes:
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"For Bush it all adds up to trouble ahead, trouble be-
hind."
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Specifically, yes.
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But globally, no.
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The Superpower's Declaration of World $lavery adds
up to troubles ahead, troubles behind for
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THE WORLD TARGET:
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the whole world and all its peoples.
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NoEscape
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March 11, 2007

Pardon ‘Em All

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 5:58 am

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Saturday March 10, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Pardon 'Em All
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Under the headline "Pardon Libby," the March 6, 2007
National Review Online editorial begins:
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"President Bush should pardon I. Lewis 'Scooter' Lib-
by."
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Under the headline "Free Scooter Libby," the March 7,
2007 NY Post editorial ends:
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"Free Scooter Libby."
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--BUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
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Pardon Moussaoui !
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Moussaoui has proven himself the greatest political
martial artist ever.
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The giant Legal Stupid threw itself at Moussaoui over
and over, and he threw it to the mat over and over --
while the whole world guffawed at The Superpower's
impotence.
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There's only one way out, Bu$h.
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PARDON MOUSSAOUI !
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Deport him to his native land, France.
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Upon his arrival there the whole people will carry him
on their shoulders over the most stupendous Tour de
France ever.
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--AND NEXT THINGS NEXT
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Pardon Abramoff !
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Wall Street demands its top-secret candidate for Prez
be freed to wage openly and aboveboard the One Par-
ty's campaign to
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SAVE THE SUPERPOWER.
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There's only one way back in, Bu$h.
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PARDON ABRAMOFF !
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Rally the whole bunch of Political Stupids to lie like L.
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The Evil People will cheer and vote him in; and they
will still be cheering when he pardons you, Bu$h.
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Then L can be pardoned without any fuss.
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NatRev:
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NR
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NYPost:
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NYP
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Pardon Moussaoui, Tuesday May 9, 2006:
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Pardon
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