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An open letter to politicians & bureaucrats:

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  Author is unknown/annonymous.                                  September 1, 2009

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You say you can’t understand the anger and frustration of taxpaying citizen voters in this country, so you are reacting with “punching” back, or bewilderment, cowardice, or outrage.

You are so far removed from “ordinary” life you can’t understand why we ordinarily polite, mostly middleclass people are so angry. 

For generations we have treated you with respect, even when you betray us time and time again.  You steal our money, our freedoms, our futures, our Bill of Rights, our hopes and dreams and still think we should respect you?

For all the “Honorable’s”, pleases, begging, cajoling,  and polite acceptance of your cat of nine tails…what did it get us?  Only more, and more arrogance, corruption, rudeness, chicanery, brutality, and utter disregard for our wishes and well being.  While we were being polite and respectful you were busy weaving your protection racket scheme to cover each others’ rears, feather your nests, and keep us in the dark. More

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Obama disappoints

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Posted By Beat The Chip to Beat The Chip at 8/30/2009 05:01:00 PM     i-see-stupid-people
 
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Obama disappoints. He disappoints because he’s been assimilated into the machine of Bush’s predecessors. He disappoints because he behaves as Bush did. Make no mistake – there is simply no possible way for a President to pristinely carry the adulation of the American public at all times. Which means that leaders have to have a fallback plan after the Honeymoon is over. However, so many elected him on the auspices that we wouldn’t get the Bush treatment.
 
Obama still has a chance to come correct. He can change direction any time he chooses. The issue for actors on the world stage is always MOTIVATION. Where does the context for these decisions come from? More

The Last Pinko: Ted Kennedy Leaves the Scene for the Final Time by Mark Dankof

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     Even Eleanor Clift had to acknowledge the hypocrisy of the left on the recent posthumous lionization of The Last Pinko, Ted Kennedy, in her essay in the current edition of Newsweek.  Mr. Kennedy’s combustible mixture of copious amounts of alcohol with a brand of serial womanizing not seen since his brothers departed this veil of tears, was consistently ignored by a Feminazi constituency enamored of his faithful commitment to the ongoing execution of millions of unborn children, and the legitimization of queerdom.  The Feminazi hypocrisy is matched only by that of the Roman Catholic church, which has also given Mr. Kennedy a free pass for all the obvious reasons.

     The late libertarian speechwriter, Karl Hess, once hoisted some German Weissbiers with me in the 1970s at a notoriously heterosexual watering hole in Washington.  At the time, Hess mirthfully quipped that he’d be glad to cruise the Nation’s Capitol with both The Last Pinko and Barney Frank, as long as “Kennedy picked the dates and Barney did the driving.” You get the picture.  Pat Buchanan similarly observed at the 1992 Republican National Convention in Houston, that when it came to Kennedy, you had to go with a guy who at age 60, was “still going to Florida for spring break.”

     But the ultimate legacy of Ted Kennedy must surely be the mesmerizing faith in the deification of Caesar and the Central State that he bequeathed to America, an America that memorialized him this past week, even as it forgot to place Old Glory at half-staff for an Old Republic that died too long ago to remember.  The echoes of the rifle reports for the imaginary funeral for the Old Republic at Arlington National Cemetery, no longer even resonate in one’s late-night dreams.  The Lee-Custis mansion above all 3 Kennedy brothers’ graves is now, thanks to Orwell, Lincoln, and all of the faithful who worship at the altar of Leviathan Government, now referred to as The Arlington House.  America’s gloried Constitutional past is now embodied in the permanent image of a riderless horse with reverse boots in the stirrups, even as the mournful sound of accompanying drumbeats wafts away over the Potomac. More

Mark Dankof to Jim Tucker of American Free Press: Mark Glenn is Your “Valued” but “Jew-Baiting” Correspondent?

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I wish to inform my readers at Mark Dankof’s AmericaAl Bawaba, and The Proud Political Junkie’s Gazette, of my on-the-record response to an official communication of American Free Press (AFP) editor, Jim Tucker, characterizing AFP correspondent Mark Glenn as one guilty of “Jew-baiting hysteria.”

Why not call Mr. Tucker on his nickel at 1-888-699-NEWS and tell him what you think as well?

My letter, and the blathering communication of Mr. Tucker that prompted it, appear as follows:

Jim Tucker, Editor
American Free Press
Washington, D. C.
 
Dear Mr. Tucker:
 
Your open letter raises more questions than it answers.  On the one hand, you refer to “our valued correspondent, Mark Glenn.” On the other hand, you have accused Mr. Glenn of “Jew-baiting hysteria.”  This is Orwellian doublespeak, par excellence.
 
I have regularly read Mr. Glenn’s AFP columns in recent years, even as their frequency in publication clearly diminished after Christopher Petherick left AFP and you assumed the role of Editor.  Let me say for the record that his columns are insightful, accurate, and articulate, while hitting the nail on the head in regard to the Israeli Lobby, Israel’s actions in Palestine and Gaza, and the Zionist State’s role in utilizing the military of the United States as a surrogate military force in both Iraq and Afghanistan. 
 
The utilization of the phrase “Jew-baiting hysteria” is not “subject to wide misunderstanding.” It clearly conveys the notion that Mr. Glenn is an irresponsible reporter operating from racial bias, bigotry, and malice.  It is a most serious charge, and one that is patently false.
 
Rather than suggest that your characterization of Mark Glenn’s writings for AFP was misunderstood, why not simply admit that your clearly intended description of him and his work for your newspaper was a serious error and one worthy of a public apology?
 
After all, since in your own words, AFP is the only newspaper you know of that “promises–and does–correct every error,” why not begin with setting the record straight on a moral, journalistic, and political error on your part so egregious that it begs confession and expiation before the credibility of AFP–and its subscriber list–end up with a one-way ticket to Sheol?
 
And what does your libelous description of Mr. Glenn imply about two of your other correspondents, Victor Thorn and Michael Collins Piper, and their collaboration with Glenn on a new book on the USS Liberty being promoted by your newspaper?  Are they too, flirting with “Jew-baiting hysteria?”
 
Mark Dankof
Mark Dankof’s America
San Antonio, Texas More

“Emergency Control” of the Internet: S.773

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http://globalresearch.ca

by Tom Burghardt
September 1, 2009

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Excerpted from the full article; here

As the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 (S.773) wends its way through Congress, civil liberties’ advocates are decrying provisions that would hand the President unlimited power to disconnect private-sector computers from the internet.

CNET reported August 28, that the latest iteration of the bill “would allow the president to ‘declare a cybersecurity emergency’ relating to ‘non-governmental’ computer networks and do what’s necessary to respond to the threat.”

Drafted by Senators Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) and Olympia Snowe (R-ME), “best friends forever” of the National Security Agency (NSA) and the telecommunications industry, they were key enablers of Bush-era warrantless wiretapping and privacy-killing data mining programs that continue apace under Obama.As The New York Times revealed in June, a former NSA analyst described a secret database “code-named Pinwale, that archived foreign and domestic e-mail messages.” The former analyst “described being trained in 2005 for a program in which the agency routinely examined large volumes of Americans’ e-mail messages without court warrants. Two intelligence officials confirmed that the program was still in operation.”

 

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=14964 Link to original article at Global Research

Jackass Alert # 2: USDA welcomes Codex Committee

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This is akin to one of those nightmares you think will never end. After the blatant propaganda statement regarding the non-existent “substantial support” for the National Animal Identification System and Premises ID, I would have thought at least one person in the PR offices of the USDA would have had sense enough to keep this little ditty out of the news announcements, especially when it is widely known that Codex is the engine behind these assaults on family and independent farms and ranches on behalf of corporate Ag, and the United Nations.

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The USDA has proudly announced its coming planned meetings, right here on U.S. sovereign soil, with The Codex Committee On Fresh Fruits And Vegetables.

 

WASHINGTON – Sept. 1, 2009 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service and the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), Fruit and Vegetable Programs, today announced a public meeting to provide information and receive public comments on agenda items and draft U.S. positions that will be discussed at the 15th Session of the Codex Committee on Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (CCFFV) of the Codex Alimentarius Commission. More

The State Has Its Way, and the State Has No Mercy

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By Barbara H. Peterson

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If you don’t think that the state can do anything it wants with you when matters of “urgent health concerns” are at stake, think again. This couple, described as elderly, but not much older than me, and I suspect, a good many of you, had their lives literally ripped from them by the state.

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