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June 28, 2007

Getting Out From Under

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 12:15 pm

Getting Out From Under


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Wednesday June 27, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Getting Out From Under
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You remember how the army that got beat in WW 1 claimed it
didn't lose on the battlefront, it got betrayed on the home-
front.  It is to laugh.
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But the same tactic is being prepared in Puppet-uk to see
if it'll fly in The Superpower.
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How do I know?  Simple.

The Journal of Homeland Security has published "Home-Grown
Nihilism: The Clash Within Civilizations" by Bill Durodie,
a Senior Lecturer at Cranfield University in Puppet-uk.
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Such a one does not believe in Payback.
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So why the subway bombings in London in 2005?
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The supposed answer must be politically correct!
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Durodie warns us, "not being clear as to why [= not being
politically correct] allows all manner of self-appointed ex-
perts, pundits,and commentators...to project their own pet
theory onto the situation with a view to shaping ensuing
policy."
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Durodie's pet peeve is "the presumption that the attacks form-
ed some kind of retribution [= Payback] for the British go-
vernment’s having supported the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq...."
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He therefore demands that "We should not take the assertions
of the bombers to have acted on behalf of other Muslims at
face value."
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When it comes to successful Payback, DENY ALL!
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It then becomes easy for Durodie to assert "The real truth,
then, about the London bombings may be that they were largely
pointless and meaningless."
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A sly dog could not have said it better.
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Having thus wiped out the bombers, Durodie turns on his own.
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Who are they?  Well, of course: "all manner of self-appointed
experts, pundits, and commentators."
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He labels them "nihilist intellectuals," and lambastes them
for all he's worth.
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Then at last, so as not to make too many enemies all at once,
Durodie flies off to CloudLand, lamenting "a broader sense of
alienation and confusion that has gripped the modern world."
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Shall we return from CloudLand and confront facts?  Why not.
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This in particular is what I have in mind--
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"The greatest lesson since Sept. 11, 2001, should be that
regardless of U.S. actions or intent,
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the world overwhelmingly perceives
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American hypocrisy, arrogance, unrestrained military force
and moral self-righteousness as
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THE MAJOR SOURCES OF WORLD INSTABILITY."
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That's at page 46 of the Armed Forces Journal for June in an
article by a naval intelligence officer, Commander John Patch,
now at the Office of Naval Intelligence.
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It figures, The Superpower is getting beat both by itself and
by "the world."
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No blaming the one to the exclusion of the other!
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Durodie:
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Durodie
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Patch:
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Patch
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Edit>Find>instability.
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June 26, 2007

Why EU Must Kick UK Out – Part 2

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 1:31 pm

Why EU Must Kick UK Out – Part 2


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Monday June 25, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Why EU Must Kick UK Out - Part 2
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In the first UK Out essay I made a specific point:
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{start}
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The Superpower's Puppet-uk is a member of the European Union.
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Puppet-uk's in a position to try every trick in the book to
subvert closer unity of the Russian Federation and the EU.
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How convenient for The Superpower!
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The Superpower fears closer EU-RF unity since such unity can
help defeat The Superpower's war on the independence of the
EU.
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{end}
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In a followup essay --the decades-in-Afghanistan essay-- I
made a different point:
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{start}
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Following The Superpower's orders, the incorrigible Puppet-uk
again slaps Merkel and the EU in the face
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again prescribes its master's wild-goose-chase pill as a means
of undermining the EU's independence.
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{end}
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Now, a third point.
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Under the June 24th headline "Italy's Prodi Says Europe Has
Lost Common Spirit," Reuters reports:
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Prime Minister Prodi has "never seen with such painful clar-
ity the existence of two Europes:
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one, of the majority that believes [in European goals] and
wants to move ahead,
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the other, that pursues a reduction of the role of the Euro-
pean Union as...[its] political objective."
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Concretely--
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"Prodi lambasted Britain in particular for its 'obstinacy'
in wanting a European anthem and flag excluded from the [new
EU] treaty and for 'conducting a battle' against the EU Char-
ter of Fundamental Rights."
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Even more concretely--
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He asks "how can you involve citizens without involving their
emotions?  How can you give them pride to be European if the
symbols of its pride are negated?"
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Prodi has forthrightly laid the facts on the table.
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Facts tell the tale--
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The Superpower long ago declared war on the EU.
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Puppet-uk is its ally in Europe as it is in West Asia.
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THAT'S WHY EU MUST KICK UK OUT.
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UK Out # 1:
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UKOut1
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Decades In:
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Decades
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Reuters:
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Reuters
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June 25, 2007

Aceh Autopsy – Part 2

Filed under: Uncategorized — jaspar @ 12:57 pm

Failure Folly


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Sunday June 24, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Aceh Autopsy - Part 2
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Let us go back to the late 1940s.  Why?  Well, this is why--
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The New Zealand Herald newspaper reported September 25, 1999:
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"Top-secret wartime experiments were conducted off the coast
of Auckland to perfect a tidal wave bomb...."
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"...[the] work was considered so significant...United States
defence chiefs said that if the project had been completed
before the end of the war it could have played a role as ef-
fective as that of the atom bomb."
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"Papers stamped 'top secret' show the US and British military
were eager for [Project] Seal to be developed in the post-war
years too."
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"It is unclear what happened to Project Seal once the final
report was forwarded to Wellington Defence Headquarters late
in the 1940s."
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The Herald recently interviewed a former colleague of the head
of Project Seal.
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He speculated "Whether it could ever be resurrected..."; and
declared "Under some circumstances I think it could be devas-
tating."
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And now?
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Under the June 23d headline "Sentient World: War Games On The
Grandest Scale," the UK computer magazine The Register points
out:
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"...the Sentient World Simulation (SWS)...will be a "synthetic
mirror of the real world...," according to a concept paper for
the project.

"'SWS provides an environment for testing Psychological Opera-
tions (PSYOP),' the paper reads, so that military leaders can
'develop and test multiple courses of action to anticipate and
shape behaviors of adversaries, neutrals, and partners.'"
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What does shaping behaviors mean from a practical viewpoint?
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"Yank a country's water supply. Stage a military coup. SWS
will tell you what happens next."
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The Register quotes a co-author of the paper:
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"Officials can also 'inject an earthquake or a tsunami and ob-
serve their impacts (on a society)', Chaturvedi added."
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Now you know one part of what happened to Project Seal.

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And in 2004?
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Returning to the original "Aceh Autopsy" essay--
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Associated Press sent out four seemingly separate newsstories
about the 2004 tsunami, all dated December 18, 2005:
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One story calls "the Acehnese people...a long-ignored Indone-
sian minority"; but states they "were already suffering 
through a bloody separatist movement and a brutal government
crackdown when the sea rose up...."
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"...in Aceh...100-foot walls of water slamm[ed] into the coast
at more than 350 mph."
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"In a moment, tens of thousands of people were dead and much
of Aceh's coastline was in ruins."
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All this had an effect on the the Acehnese war for national
liberation.
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For one thing, it suddenly became easier to insert alien "aid"-
lings to further undermine Acehnese resistance.
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Now you know another part of what happened to Project Seal.
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Aceh Autopsy:
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Autopsy1
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Register:
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June 24, 2007

Failure Folly

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 1:17 pm

Failure Folly


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Saturday June 23, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Failure Folly
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Under the June 22d headline "Iraq Deaths Don't Mean Failure,
Pace Says," Washington Post reports:
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"The recent rise in U.S. troop deaths in Iraq is the 'wrong
metric' to use in assessing the effectiveness of the new se-
curity strategy for Baghdad...[said] the outgoing chairman of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff...."
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These words might seem placid and calm, unexceptional even,
but what they mean is--
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The Superpower's ruling caste is so bloodthirsty it needs not
only the blood of foreign victims but the blood of "its own."
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You're exaggerating!
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Let's see.
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At the news conference with Pace was Gates, The Superpower's
War Secretary.
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Gates said "he had listened to lawmakers from both parties
and decided that a confirmation hearing for Pace would 're-
open all of the issues of the past six years' and would drag
the nation through a painful process."
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*All* of the issues, mind you.
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The Superpower's political caste would surely drag the nation
--the ordinary Evil People-- through *the* painful process of
Wall Street's thirst for the blood of "its own."
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And Wall Street directed its top dogs to avoid that like the
plague.
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It is impossible to exaggerate the doings in and of The Super-
power.
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WP:
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June 21, 2007

A New Direction – Part 2

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 3:10 pm

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Wednesday June 20, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
A New Direction - Part 2
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From my March 23d "A New Direction" essay:
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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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{end}
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Under the June 20th headline "Britain To Stay Engag-
ed In Afghanistan For 'Decades,'" AFP reports:
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"Britain will need to stay involved in Afghanistan for
'decades' to help restore stability, London's ambassa-
dor in Kabul said."
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Following The Superpower's orders, the incorrigible
Puppet-uk
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again slaps Merkel and the EU in the face
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again prescribes its master's wild-goose-chase pill
as a means of undermining the EU's independence.
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What to do?
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See my May 23d "Why EU Must Kick UK Out" essay.
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March 23d essay:
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Essay03
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AFP:
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AFP
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May 23d essay:
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Essay05
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June 18, 2007

The Unbelievable Superpower – Part 6

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 8:08 am

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Sunday June 17, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
The Unbelievable Superpower - Part 6
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In my April 14, 2005 "The Unbelievable Superpower -
Part 3" essay, I cited an April 11, 2005 AP newsstory
headlined "Center Tries to Keep Computer Data Safe."
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Surprisingly, that newsstory's still alive and well at
Ohio State University's International and Homeland
Security website.
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The acronym for the center referred to in the headline
of the AP story is: TRUST.  That stands for, duh, Team
for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology.
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The center's "integrated, multidisciplinary approach...
will allow solutions to synergistically emerge from a
'holistic systems' view of computer security, software
technology, analysis of complex interacting systems,
and economic and public policy."
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Translation:
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(a) the center will serve the day-to-day interests of its
computer industry backers and their customers;
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(b) the center will serve the permanent offensive and
defensive interests of The Superpower.
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Among recent examples of The Superpower's offensive
interests: attacking Estonia's computers in such a way
that the attack seems to come from Russia.
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Returning now to my 2005 essay.  AP is quoting the
TRUST director:
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"The idea is to look at ways to build more secure sys-
tems before a disaster along the lines of an 'electronic
Pearl Harbor.'"
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I pointed out that "the electronic Pearl Harbor occured
two days after he spoke."
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Eh?
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Under the April 13, 2005 headline "Music Group To Sue
Students Over Downloads," AP reports:
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"The Recording Industry Association of America...said
it will file federal lawsuits...against 405 students at 18
colleges with access to the Internet2 network."
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I explained the consequences:
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"More and more Internet2 students, already up to their
necks in debt to pay for their schooling, will be hit fi-
nancially.  Severely so!
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"These are the folks TRUST will depend upon to do the
grunt research 'to keep the nation's computer data safe
....'"
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That was a couple of years ago.
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Now...
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Under the June 16, 2007 headline "100Gbps Internet2
Link Spans US," the UK computer magazine The Regis-
ter reports:
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"A 100 [gigabits per second]  link between the east
and west coasts of the US has been established for the
first time...."
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It adds: Internet2 is "the ultimate platform for network
Doom...."
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And a couple of years ago?
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AP is again quoting the TRUST director:
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"If one thinks about the possibilities, they're really
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QUITE FRIGHTENING."
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Part 3:
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AP:
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TRUST:
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Register:
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Register
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Net 2:
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Net2
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I capitalized the words "quite frightening" in the Part 3
essay.
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June 15, 2007

Latter-Days Exodus – Part 2

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 4:19 pm

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Friday June 15, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Latter-Days Exodus - Part 2
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Under the June 14th headline "IAEA Head: Iran Attack
'Act of Madness,'" AP reports:
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(a) "...both the U.S. and Israel have refused to outright
dismiss the possibility that they might target Iran mili-
tarily if it refuses to back down."
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(b) "The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency
said...an attack on Iran...would be 'an act of madness,'
an indirect warning to the United States and Israel."
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Indirect warning?
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Reminding The Superpower not to let its Puppet-israel
get out of hand.
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Why this concern by an official of The Superpower's
UNO-front that nothing rash be done?
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Excerpts from the June 13th Iraqi Baath Party state-
ment "The Second Attack on the Tomb of the Two I-
mams in Samarra’: Who Did It and Why?”:
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"...the American-Iranian Agreement of 28 May 2007 
...was reached during talks between the American
and Iranian ambassadors in Iraq,
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[it] put the official finishing touches on the existing
cooperation and accord between the two countries,
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[it confirmed] the renewal and deepening of their co-
operation in their effort to solve their problems at the
expense of Iraq,
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and [it developed] their cooperation for the sake of
renewing their efforts to heat up the situation in Iraq
once again, using new methods after all the efforts to
ignite sectarian strife had failed.”
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But all this cooperation and accord talk cannot do
away with the basic discord.
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From my December 9, 2006 "Latter-Days Exodus"
essay (re-edited):
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"The gulf states that are host to U.S. military bases --
Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar-- fear Iran could retaliate
against them [were The Superpower or its Proxy to
physically attack Iran]."
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"Iran's nukes are targeted first of all on The Super-
power's Proxy.
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Only then on The Superpower's other military bases.
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But Iran does not have any nukes!
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But Iran does not have any!
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But Iran does not have!
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But Iran does not!
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But Iran does."
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IRR:
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Essay:
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June 14, 2007

Sudden Abrogation

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 1:17 pm

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Thursday June 14, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Sudden Abrogation
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PART 1
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Some big events have small beginnings.
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I have in mind
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"The Islamic Republic of Iran demands the immediate
withdrawal of British forces from Basra."
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reported by Reuters February 17, 2006.
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A week later Iran's agents blew up the tomb of the 
Shi'ite Imam 'Ali al-Hadi located way north of Basra
in Sunni-populated Sammara' with the aim of setting
off sectarian warfare.
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I then could write
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"You now may wonder who's beating whom in that
already-declared IRAN - SUPERPOWER WAR."
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You may follow the beginnings of this big event in
the three "Declaration Of War" essays URLed below.
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PART 2
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From my June 6, 2006 "With Decades Of Hypocrisy"
essay:
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"In case you're wondering what contempt for 'the
rules' might mean from a purely practical point of
view: abrogation of the The $uperpower's public
debt."
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More precisely--
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From my October 11, 2006 "A Helping Hand" essay:
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"...The Superpower will not tolerate any attempt by
Japan's rulers to assert real independence.
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Japan's rulers should keep in mind that The Superpow-
er can suddenly abrogate its external debt!"
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That big abrogation is having small beginnings --at a
commercial real estate conference.
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Under the June 12, 2007 headline "Greenspan Not Wor-
ried Chinese Will Dump Treasuries," Reuters reports:
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"Greenspan played down the prospect that Chinese
authorities would sell Treasuries in earnest, forcing a
sharp spike in U.S. interest rates."
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"Still, Greenspan said the reason such a withdrawal
was unlikely was that China would not have anyone to
sell the securities to, hardly the sort of comfort jittery
bond investors were seeking."
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From a purely practical point of view--
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Not have anyone to sell Treasuries to?  Those securi-
ties are worthless!
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PART 1
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War Declaration 1:
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Dec1
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War Declaration 2:
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Dec2
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War Declaration 3:
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Dec3
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PART 2
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Decades Of Hypocrisy:
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Helping Hand:
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Hand
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Reuters:
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Reuters
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June 13, 2007

Lies And Unlies – Part 2

Filed under: The Superpower — jaspar @ 1:14 pm

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Wednesday June 13, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Lie And Unlie - Part 2
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You may remember from the original essay:
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"Under the June 4th headline 'Iranian Weapons Found
In Afghanistan,' AP reports that, according to The Su-
perpower's War Secretary, 'Iranian weapons have be-
gun flowing into Afghanistan...but he and [the puppet]
Afghan President...agreed involvement by Tehran can-
not yet be proved.'"
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That was the unlie.  The Superpower is never satisfied
with unlies and only uses them as preparation for out-
and-out lying.  So a little over a week later...
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Under the June 12th headline "U.S.: Iran Sending Wea-
pons To Taliban," AP reports "A senior U.S. diplomat
[speaking to reporters in Paris] accused Iran...of trans-
ferring weapons to Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan
...."
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AP does happen to mention: "[The Islamic Republic of
Iran] says it makes no sense that a Shiite-led govern-
ment like itself would help the...Sunni movement of the
Taliban."
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But once having stepped on the unlies path, the drive
to lie becomes ungovernable, especially since The Su-
perpower couldn't care less.
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Couldn't care less?
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Lurking in the background is a principal clause of The
Superpower's Declaration of World $lavery:
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THERE SHALL BE NO KNOWLEDGE EVER AGAIN,
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ANYWHERE !
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Part 1:
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Part1
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AP:
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AP
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June 12, 2007

Another Principal Clause

Filed under: Uncategorized — jaspar @ 11:43 am

POLITICAL ESSAYS


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Monday June 11, 2007
POLITICAL ESSAYS
Another Principal Clause
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Under the June 10th headline "Bush Is Losing Credibi-
lity On Democracy, Activists Say," the Washington Post
reports:
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"...the scorecard for the Bush administration, four years
after it began promoting democracy as the key to the
United States' long-term security, shows it striking out,
according to analysts and activists who originally endor-
sed the president's efforts."
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No democracy --th-tha-that's impossible!
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Under the June 10th headline "Prisons Ban [Religious]
Books Over Fear Of Radicals," AP reports:
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"The removal of the books is occurring nationwide, part
of a long-delayed, post-Sept. 11 federal directive...."
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"...the removal order stemmed from an April 2004 De-
partment of Justice review...."
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"The review suggested audio and video monitoring of
worship areas and chapel classrooms...."
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Oh...
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A principal clause of The Superpower's Declaration of
World $lavery is:
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THERE SHALL BE NO KNOWLEDGE EVER AGAIN,
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ANYWHERE !
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No knowledge --th-tha-that's impossible!
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There shall be *approved* dogma.
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Oh...
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WP:
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WP
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AP:
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