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Journal Journal: "Badness always manifests..." 2

"Badness always manifests in destruction and corruption, while goodness always manifests in preservation and benefit."

-- Socrates in Plato's Republic (ca. 374 B.C.)

The Matrix

Journal Journal: **No Title** 3

The arrest in Kuwait is fake. There are no 260,000 documents. Assange is being setup for a US takedown. Lamo is a stooge.

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Journal Journal: Rumsfeld is an active Bilderberger. So is...

Pepe Escobar, "Masters of the Universe" 2003:

Rumsfeld is an active Bilderberger. So is General Peter Sutherland from Ireland, a former European Union commissioner and chairman of Goldman Sachs and BP. Rumsfeld and Sutherland served together in 2000 on the board of Swiss energy company ABB. And ABB happened to have sold two light-water nuclear reactors to North Korea. At the time, of course, North Korea was not an active member of the "axis of evil".

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/EE22Ak03.html

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Journal Journal: Smoke, Meet Gun: Deliberate 2

"Peter Sutherland is chairman of BP plc (1997 - current). He is also chairman of Goldman Sachs International (1995 - current). He was appointed chairman of the London School of Economics in 2008. He is currently UN special representative for migration and development. Before these appointments, he was the founding director-general of the World Trade Organisation..."

http://cryptogon.com/?p=15885

"According to regulatory filings, RawStory.com has found that Goldman Sachs sold 4,680,822 shares of BP in the first quarter of 2010. Goldman's sales were the largest of any firm during that time. Goldman would have pocketed slightly more than $266 million if their holdings were sold at the average price of BP's stock during the quarter..."

http://rawstory.com/rs/2010/0602/month-oil-spill-goldman-sachs-sold-250-million-bp-stock/

And this was set up, long ago. The O-Man just reads his script, handed to him by the masters of his fate:

http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/04/20/obama.goldman.donations/index.html

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0510/36783.html

You didn't believe the printing on the wrapper, when they sold him to you, did you?

United States

Journal Journal: "Because look at all the good we're doing in Afghanistan." 1

It took seven years, three trillion dollars and a million corpses, but America has finally transformed Iraq from a cruel dictatorship ruled by torture and ethnic cleansing into a cruel dictatorship ruled by torture and ethnic cleansing where select survivors are free to vote for the torturer of their choice. And Jesus said "It is accomplished!"

Is Iraq a democracy? Of course not. But is it close to becoming a democracy? Ha ha, no. But it certainly does resemble, from a distance, when we squint, the vague shape of a notion of the idea of something that contains one particular rote procedural aspect of democracy - albeit one that happens to be attached to a military dictatorship. And certainly that must be worth something. And for the sake of argument, let's say it's worth, oh, I don't know, everyone America has killed, bombed, starved, maimed and tortured in Iraq over the past two decades.

Because if it's not worth that, then that would mean the occupation of Iraq has not been a selfless nation-building project generously extended from the richest country in the world to one of the poorest, but a sustained and psychotic act of mass murder, a massive, nationwide industrial slaughter that deserves its place among history's great atrocities. And if that's the case, we might find, on closer inspection, more and more American entries in those ranks, from Iraq to Nicaragua to Chile to Vietnam to Korea to Japan to the Philippines to the Trail of Tears. And that would make the United States not an enormous force for good in the world but a monster of world-historical proportions, our leaders gore-guzzling psychopaths who wipe the blood from their chins just long enough to collect the occasional Nobel Prize, and ourselves their numbed, acquiescent followers. And we know that can't be the case, because look at all the good we're doing in Afghanistan.

Labels: everybody loves a winner, never say never again, running the world, warnography

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Journal Journal: Lies, That's all I ever Get from You ("Additional Issues")

Backing music provided by the Knickerbockers.

"President Obama will keep the broken promises to rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. He and Vice President Biden will take steps to ensure that the federal government will never again allow such catastrophic failures in emergency planning and response to occur."

http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/additional-issues

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