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Posted 03 September 2013 - 06:41 PM

False Flag Incidents

Countries need to lie about their enemies in order to demonize them sufficiently so that the people will support the war.

That is why intelligence "failures" - such as the following - are so common:

The U.S. Navy's own historians now say that the sinking of the USS Maine -- the justification for America's entry into the Spanish-American War -- was probably caused by an internal explosion of coal, rather than an attack by the Spanish.

It is also now well-accepted that the Gulf of Tonkin Incident which led to the Vietnam war was a fiction (confirmed here).




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Posted 05 September 2013 - 10:30 AM

False Flag Incidents

Countries need to lie about their enemies in order to demonize them sufficiently so that the people will support the war.

That is why intelligence "failures" - such as the following - are so common:

The U.S. Navy's own historians now say that the sinking of the USS Maine -- the justification for America's entry into the Spanish-American War -- was probably caused by an internal explosion of coal, rather than an attack by the Spanish.

It is also now well-accepted that the Gulf of Tonkin Incident which led to the Vietnam war was a fiction (confirmed here).

http://blackhistory....b...6897&cid=10


The president wants us to think that the Assad regime intentionally gassed 1,000 Syrian innocents who were of no military value to the rebels or threat to the regime — and among whom were, according to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, “hundreds of children.”


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Posted 15 September 2013 - 07:12 AM

Centralization and Sociopathology

Concentrated power and wealth are intrinsically sociopathological by their very nature.



Armed EPA raid in Alaska sheds light on 70 fed agencies with armed divisions



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Posted 04 October 2013 - 08:17 AM

Common Professions of the Narcissist

Narcissists are clustered in:

politics & corporate management
military & law enforcement
medicine & teaching & clergy
sports & show business

Why is this?

Narcissists seek atention. They are drama queens.
They relate to you as a superior, not an equal. They don't think anyone is equal to them.
They crave applause, adulation and obedience.

They need this input from others to regulate their sense of self-worth.



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#25 diogenes227

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Posted 04 October 2013 - 12:14 PM

Common Professions of the Narcissist

Narcissists are clustered in:

politics & corporate management
military & law enforcement
medicine & teaching & clergy
sports & show business




Uh, help me out here. Those nine clusters are every segment of life I can think of. If those cover where they are, where are they not?
"If you've heard this story before, don't stop me because I'd like to hear it again," Groucho Marx.

“I spent half my money on gambling, alcohol and wild women. The other half I wasted,” W.C. Fields.

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Posted 25 October 2013 - 10:46 AM

Obama: Snowden’s not a patriot, but here are some long overdue NSA reforms that he forced me to make

A former aide to NSA critic Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) blasted Obama for claiming that he wanted a debate on the NSA, when the White House did almost everything in its power to keep Wyden from having one. Jennifer Hoelzer points out that the time to have these debates would have been the several times Congress voted to reauthorize the PATRIOT Act and FISA laws during Obama’s term, and yet the President never said a word:

Obama:
I think the main thing I want to emphasize is, I don't have an interest and the people of the NSA don't have an interest in doing anything other than making sure that where we can prevent a terrorist attack, where we can get information ahead of time, that we're able to carry out that critical task. We do not have an interest in doing anything other than that.


Obama's claim is incorrect. He has all sorts of interests besides preventing terrorist attacks -- political interests, ideological interests, legacy interests, ego interests. The folks at the NSA want to stop terrorist attacks. But they have other interests too. Many want to increase the power they enjoy in their narrow realm; they want to perpetuate and expand their agency ... and some, like Snowden, have totally unexpected interests, like transparency. It caused him to flee with all sorts of sensitive information. Am I to believe that no employee or contractor would possibly abscond for less noble reasons? Or break agency rules in secret for nefarious purposes?

That's absurd.

The surveillance debate is arguably the most important of our era.

Yet throughout the surveillance debate, the executive branch, including Obama, has lied, obfuscated, and misled the American people in a variety of ways. Before Edward Snowden's leaks, they could at least tell themselves that the disinformation was serving the purpose of keeping al-Qaeda operates from learning the general contours of our surveillance capabilities. But today, when that excuse has long since expired, Obama is still lying, obfuscating, and misleading the American people. In doing so, he is preventing representative democracy from functioning as well as it might. With the stakes so high, and his performance so dubious in so many places, Friday's speech has got to be one of the low points of his presidency.

(For analysis of the inadequate reforms Obama proposed, see here.)



http://www.theatlant...sidency/278565/


Report says NSA monitored 35 world leaders, on heels of Merkel spying claim, President Obama says "chill out"

Why is Angela Merkel so upset? President Obama is just looking for racists and terrorists. :lol: :lol: :lol:
(Hollywood airhead Robert Redford says much of the opposition to Obama is just racism)



http://www.foxnews.c...l-spying-claim/

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Posted 25 October 2013 - 11:01 AM

hey I just want to thank you for finding and sharing all these articles. Thanks
John 21:6 And he said unto them, "Cast the net on the right side of the ship, and ye shall find". They cast therefore, and now they were not able to draw it for the multitude of fishes.

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Posted 28 October 2013 - 06:42 AM

Obama: Snowden’s not a patriot, but here are some long overdue NSA reforms that he forced me to make

A former aide to NSA critic Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) blasted Obama for claiming that he wanted a debate on the NSA, when the White House did almost everything in its power to keep Wyden from having one. Jennifer Hoelzer points out that the time to have these debates would have been the several times Congress voted to reauthorize the PATRIOT Act and FISA laws during Obama’s term, and yet the President never said a word:

Obama:
I think the main thing I want to emphasize is, I don't have an interest and the people of the NSA don't have an interest in doing anything other than making sure that where we can prevent a terrorist attack, where we can get information ahead of time, that we're able to carry out that critical task. We do not have an interest in doing anything other than that.


Obama's claim is incorrect. He has all sorts of interests besides preventing terrorist attacks -- political interests, ideological interests, legacy interests, ego interests. The folks at the NSA want to stop terrorist attacks. But they have other interests too. Many want to increase the power they enjoy in their narrow realm; they want to perpetuate and expand their agency ... and some, like Snowden, have totally unexpected interests, like transparency. It caused him to flee with all sorts of sensitive information. Am I to believe that no employee or contractor would possibly abscond for less noble reasons? Or break agency rules in secret for nefarious purposes?

That's absurd.

The surveillance debate is arguably the most important of our era.

Yet throughout the surveillance debate, the executive branch, including Obama, has lied, obfuscated, and misled the American people in a variety of ways. Before Edward Snowden's leaks, they could at least tell themselves that the disinformation was serving the purpose of keeping al-Qaeda operates from learning the general contours of our surveillance capabilities. But today, when that excuse has long since expired, Obama is still lying, obfuscating, and misleading the American people. In doing so, he is preventing representative democracy from functioning as well as it might. With the stakes so high, and his performance so dubious in so many places, Friday's speech has got to be one of the low points of his presidency.

(For analysis of the inadequate reforms Obama proposed, see here.)



http://www.theatlant...sidency/278565/


Report says NSA monitored 35 world leaders, on heels of Merkel spying claim, President Obama says "chill out"

Why is Angela Merkel so upset? President Obama is just looking for racists and terrorists. :lol: :lol: :lol:
(Hollywood airhead Robert Redford says much of the opposition to Obama is just racism)



http://www.foxnews.c...l-spying-claim/


President Barack Obama went nearly five years without knowing his own spies were bugging the phones of world leaders.

We will soon have before us is a circular firing squad of historic proportions as the administration attempts to blame a rogue intelligence agency for the decline of America’s world reputation.

This isn’t funny. It’s quite horrifying and depressing. What we are witnessing is the disintegration of our country under the governance of an absolutely incompetent president and administration.


The larger question of what to do about the NSA and its mammoth spy capabilities. This is no simple question, considering the reality of murderous Islamic terrorism is still very much with us, perhaps even growing.

A government review in underway. As with most of these reviews, the committee consists of familiar names who can be relied upon not to rock boats and to protect the president:

Its members include Richard Clarke, who was a counterterrorism chief for former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush ; former Central Intelligence Agency Deputy Director Michael Morell ; University of Chicago Law School professor Geoffrey Stone ; former White House regulatory official Cass Sunstein ; and former Clinton and Obama administration economic and privacy official Peter Swire.


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Posted 24 January 2014 - 05:20 AM

Common Professions of the Narcissist

Narcissists are clustered in:

politics & corporate management
military & law enforcement
medicine & teaching & clergy
sports & show business

Why is this?

Narcissists seek atention. They are drama queens.
They relate to you as a superior, not an equal. They don't think anyone is equal to them.
They crave applause, adulation and obedience.

They need this input from others to regulate their sense of self-worth.



Study: Most Convicts Vote Democrat


A scholarly study newly released in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science has revealed that most convicts in jail register as Democrats.


The study stated, “Democrats would benefit from additional ex-felon participation.”

The study found that felons registered Democratic over Republican by a six-to-one margin in some states, including New York, where 61.5% are Democrats and only 9% GOP. Another fact discovered was that 73% of the felons
who would vote would vote Democrat.

Three states where the state government has notified convicts that they can vote are New York, New Mexico, and North Carolina.


http://www.breitbart...s-Vote-Democrat

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 08:12 AM

Crime Wave

Last Friday, it was the speaker of the Rhode Island House of Representatives, Gordon Fox, who is (technically) black and who is definitely gay. Fox’s Providence home and his State House offices were raided Friday by the FBI. He resigned Saturday. We still don’t know what the G-men have on him.

Next, the mayor of Charlotte, Patrick Cannon, another Democrat. He allegedly accepted $48,000 in bribes, some of which he took at the same Capitol Grill where payoffs were earlier accepted by jailbird ex-Speaker Jim Black. Black is not to be confused with ex-Speaker Jimmy Green, who likewise went to prison, for torching his tobacco burns.

Then there’s state Sen. Leland Yee of San Francisco. He used to go on Piers Morgan’s now-canceled CNN talkshow and denounce the Second Amendment. He sent out tweets on the first anniversary of the Newtown massacre saying, “I’m still shocked & prepared to take steps to stop gun violence.”

Well, up to a point …

He, too, was arrested on Wednesday, for allegedly arranging deals to procure M16s and rocket launchers to be smuggled into California after being purchased from Muslim terrorists in the Philippines. Sen. Yee was working with a Chinese gangster named “Shrimp Boy.”

Two-gun Yee is the third Democrat state senator to be arrested in California this week. Earlier it was state Sen. Rod Wright (perjury) and then Ron Calderon (bribery).


http://bostonherald...._sea_of_charges

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