Posted by: quiscus | August 11, 2010

August 11, 2010

1.  Ridiculous:

Obama Pressing Allies to Target Assange

2.  “Anti-Muslim Fears and the Far Right

There’s no countering hysterias like this with reason or logic.  It doesn’t matter, for instance, that (as Justin Elliott pointed out recently in no “mosque” controversy ever developed around Pentagon prayer practices.  And yet Ramadan is celebrated in that building.  As the Washington Times reported in 2007, a Navy imam called to prayer 100 Department of Defense employees. ”

3.  “NY buses to carry anti-mosque ads ”

4.  “The Fed’s New Round of Quantitative Easing Is Like Trying to Patch Leaking Pipes by Pumping in More Water”

5.  “When University Scientists Found Underwater Oil Plumes, the Government Said Shut Up, Don’t Tell Anyone … and Then Tried to Discredit Them

A government official named “Lubchenco” strong-arming scientists to tow the party line, and a government agency “losing” samples instead of sharing results with the scientists who had taken them.

Sounds like the Soviet Union, doesn’t it?

Too bad it’s America.”

6.  As I’ve said, Wikileaks is a CIA front, intended to act as a limited hangout, and won’t be trustworthy until they expose 9/11 Truth.  All of you need to stop fooling yourselves, and wake up:

“Hidden Intelligence Operation Behind the Wikileaks Release of “Secret” Documents?

For his part, General Gul claims that US intelligence orchestrated the Wikileaks on Afghanistan to find a scapegoat, Gul, to blame. Conveniently, as if on cue, British Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron, on a state visit to India, lashed out at the alleged role of  Pakistan in supporting Taliban in Afghanistan, conveniently lending further credibility to the Wikileaks story. The real story of Wikileaks has clearly not yet been told.  ”

7.  “Noted journalist HL Menchen described “The most dangerous man to any government (is someone) who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable,” yet resisting, he faces recrimination – political imprisonment for his beliefs and activism, officials tolerating no opposition to their authority, no matter how extreme or lawless.”


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