Posted by: quiscus | September 16, 2011

September 16, 2011

1.  Vile:

“Imagine that President Obama could order the arrest of anyone who broke a promise on the Internet. So you could be jailed for lying about your age or weight on an Internet dating site. Or you could be sent to federal prison if your boss told you to work but you used the company’s computer to check sports scores online. Imagine that Eric Holder’s Justice Department urged Congress to raise penalties for violations, making them felonies allowing three years in jail for each broken promise. Fanciful, right?

Think again. Congress is now poised to grant the Obama administration’s wishes in the name of “cybersecurity.”

The little-known law at issue is called the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. It was enacted in 1986 to punish computer hacking. But Congress has broadened the law every few years, and today it extends far beyond hacking. The law now criminalizes computer use that “exceeds authorized access” to any computer. Today that violation is a misdemeanor, but the Senate Judiciary Committee is set to meet this morning to vote on making it a felony. ”

2.  Bastards:

“9/11 Foreknowledge and “Intelligence Failures”: “Revealing the Lies” on 9/11 Perpetuates the “Big Lie”

The issue of “foreknowledge of the attacks” was a “red herring” which has contributed to sustaining the “Big Lie”.

“Foreknowledge of the attacks” and “failure to act” uphold the notion that the terrorist attacks (“act of war”) “waged by Muslims against America” are  real, when all the facts and findings ultimately point towards coverup and complicity at the highest levels of the US government.

Bear in mind that Richard Clarke was part of an intelligence team which covertly supported Al Qaeda operatives in the Balkans throughout the 1990s. Moreover, amply documented, the Islamic brigades and Al Qaeda including the madrassahs and the CIA sponsored training camps in Afghanistan are a creation of the CIA. The Taliban were “graduates” of the madrassahs, which formed a US sponsored government in 1996.

Clarke’s statements while challenging the role of the CIA, tends to sustain the Big Lie.

The official narrative remains intact. It assumes an Al Qaeda sponsored attack on America rather than a controlled demolition.”

3.  “Dare We Question Capitalism?

What has made capitalism so sacrosanct in our society? It wasn’t always that way. For about 65 years to the start of the Cold War following World War II in 1945 there had been lot of talk about socialism in the U.S. and criticism of capitalism among immigrant and native workers. A number of labor leaders and unions identified as socialist. The great union leader Eugene V. Debs (1855-1920) obtained almost a million write-in votes as the 1920 Socialist Party presidential candidate while in Atlanta Federal Penitentiary for having opposed World War I. The Communist Party is said to have had 100,000 members around 1940.

The major factor in the virtual silence today about the shortcomings of capitalism as a system is that five generations of Americans, starting in the late 1800s and accelerating wildly since the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, have been trained by their rulers and institutions throughout their entire lives that socialism is an existential danger to the “American way of life” and to democracy and freedom.”


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