IT WASN'T ME
Sunday, April 30, 2006
Saturday, April 29, 2006
Neil Young's Album
I'm listening to it right now. It's available for free at - http://www.hyfntrak.com/neilyoung2/AFF23130/
Wednesday, April 26, 2006
"The civil war storyline is intended to divert attention from the bloody subjugation of the Iraqi people by a foreign military. This is the real story of the Iraqi conflict. The current malaise in Iraq is reducible to three bullet-points; occupation, occupation, and occupation. Any departure from this essential narrative is simply false.
American Intelligence services are involved in every area of the present hostilities. Author Max Fuller (“Crying Wolf: Media disinformation and Deaths squads in Occupied Iraq”) has documented how CIA operatives have not only trained the Iraqi death squads operating in the Interior ministry, but created a high-tech facility with data banks of the names of potential targets for future attacks.
Does that sound like civil war or a pretty well-thought out scheme for plunging the country into chaos?"
Slaughterhouse by Mike Whitney
All of the violence and chaos since the invasion began has been blamed on everyone and everything else ..... but the US military and their zionist string pullers. Let's see, there were the looters, Baathists, the dead - enders (whatever that meant), al queda, Zarqawi, foreign nationals and the current term insurgents. (As if there were a legitamate government to insurge against.) Did I forget anyone?
Who benefits from muslim on muslim violence? Not the muslims. Who benefits from a divided Iraq? Not the Iraqis. To what end is a marketplace or a mosque blown up and innocent people slaughtered? Qui bono?
The occupation is indeed the root of it all. These are some of the tricks they use to make you think it's not:
Make believe the looting was spontaneous.
Encourage sectarian violence by blowing each side up.
Erect a phoney potemkin satrapy and pretend legitimacy.
Pretend the opposition to it is un-iraqi.
Then pretend to be there to ensure it's viability.
Plant some vague stories about withdrawal. (while building massive bases).
Always blame the victim. Meanwhile the slaughter continues.
Monday, April 24, 2006
Politicians are whores that are bought and sold many times over. Any hope that the political process will change things around and create a better world for us is is delusional. I've thought for a long time that the best catalyst for change would be found in pop culture, the entertainment medium that Average Americans find endlessly fascinating. So when Jay and Dave tear into Sockpuppet, the fascists seem a little less formidable. Charlie Sheen made it more acceptable to question the lies of 9/11. Now there's a new protest album by Neil Young that's going to hit the net first before being sold commercially.The Brad Blog has a review
:Neil Young wants to keep on rockin' the free world.His new record, Living With War, makes very clear that if the Bush regime is allowed to continue, there may not be a free world to rock for much longer.
At 7:30 PM on Friday, April 21, 2006, Reprise Records’ Dan Rose ushered a small cadre of us into a Reprise's Burbank headquarters for an exclusive listen to Young’s new CD. For the next 50 minutes, listen we did.
Let's get one thing out of the way right now: this album rocks. It's post '80s electric Neil Young at his grunge best, and of the 10 cuts on Living With War, the first eight are mostly uptempo rockers. In fact, this may be the 60-year-old Young’s most crossover-worthy album yet, since many of the songs should appeal to fans of bands as diverse as Green Day and Pearl Jam and will likely be embraced on campuses across America.
But there's one other tiny thing that makes this record stand out: it is one mother%^&*#% of a protest album. In fact, Living With War may just be the Fahrenheit 9/11 of rock…
Monday, April 17, 2006
Interior Secretary Claims Golf Traps are "Wetlands"
Thursday (March 30), Interior Secretary Gale Norton called a press conference to claim our long nightmare of wetlands loss had finally come to an end due to unprecedented gains since 1997 (click hear to read the report she cites). However, she then admitted much of that gain has been in artificially created ponds, such as golf course water hazards and farm impoundments.
The sporting community--from Ducks Unlimited to the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership--reacted quickly, and not favorably."
Field and Stream
In related news the lumber sections of all Home Depots are now woodlands and ketchup remains a vegetable in our nation's schools
Thursday, April 13, 2006
His closest advisors came to visit Flaccid Puppet at the White House one evening and found him slamming down beers and whooping it up. They were astonished, since he had given up drinking years ago. When asked why he was off the wagon, Game Boy replied that he was celebrating finishing a jigsaw puzzle. They smiled and told him that wasn't much of an accomplishment. "Ah, but you're wrong. I did it in record time!" When asked what that record was, he replied that he had finished it after only 6 months. Again, they told him that wasn't that great. "Oh yeah?" said the commander in chief, "Well, the box says 3-5 YEARS!"
Take the Poll
If the U.S. military determined they would not support illegal orders (as determined by JAG's), would you support them?
Saturday, April 08, 2006
If Faux© News Covered the Revolution
THIS is good stuff - Fox spoof as if it were done in colonial times. Guess which side the paper takes?
'Liberals Issue "Declaration" of "Independence"
10 Things You Need to Know About the Treasonous Document