22 September, 2011

Ron Paul Ad- He Served

"It's ours, it's all ours, all of Backwardistan!"

Losing the Great Game in Afghanistan

by Devika Patel
September 16, 2011

Ten years ago, I watched the Twin Towers fall. A San Francisco Examiner headline the next day summed up my feelings fairly well: “Bastards!” Of course we had to fight back. I thought there’d be a bit of a scuffle, much like the first Gulf War, and we’d be done with the whole affair in a few weeks.

A decade later, do I ever feel silly. My eureka moment came around 2004, when I stumbled across a piece that had appeared in the French weekly Le Nouvel Observateur sometime in 1998, featuring former United States National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski. In Cheshire Cat fashion, Brzezinski explained that offering CIA aid to the mujahideen drew “the Russians into the Afghan trap,” where we armed the Taliban’s predecessors to the gills after Russia’s invasion. The unrepentant Brzezinski was delighted by his maneuver that gave Russia its own Vietnam War, bankrupting them and ending the Cold War.

But Brzezinski’s “agitated Muslims,” who flew planes into our towers, eventually proved far more troublesome than the Soviets who had been declining economically each day with or without their own Vietnam.
Drain52's reply, which I used for the subject stated things best.
A tangent here: have you ever wondered at how damn stupid empires can be? Why in God's name would anyone want to possess Afghanistan, or India, or any of the forsaken countries in central Asia? The British fought and died in order to get exactly what--Indian cotton, or Afghan opium? These things could have been purchased outright for much less than invading vast countries and maintaining armies.

I'm trying to grok the vision of some idiot Brit or Russky standing on a hillock in a wasteland who's yelling "It's ours, it's all ours, all of Backwardistan!"

And now we have moron Americans doing the same. Santayana
(Ed. Note: spelling- which he corrected with an immediate follow-up) wasn't right enough: he who doesn't learn from history will it have it crammed down his throat.
The LOVE of MONEY and CONTROL. It is this simple and why Smedley Butler so rightly stated in his book, War is a Racket.

(A thank you to Brock Townsend for his link in the comments.)

If anyone doubts that these are the words of Major General Smedley Butler then see his book here.

Understand, this is also a huge part of what has bankrupted the Republic, but you know this too- or should.

"The bank hath benefit of interest on all moneys which it creates out of nothing." William Paterson, founder of the Bank of England in 1694, then a privately owned bank

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and money system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning." Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company.

"When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes… Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain." – Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France, 1815

It is not as if the banksters have screwed the World, is it?

"Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws." Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812), founder of the House of Rothschild.


14 September, 2011

AttackWatch And Contempt

First there is AttackWatch, which is just incredibly contemptuous- proving exactly what a Commie Rat Bastard the Muslim Kenyan really is. However, Americans are laughing and one tweet in particular caught my eye:
AttackWatch tweet: Obama I'm confused. If I see someone suspicious should I use #AttackWatch or this illegal class III AK-47 an ATF agent gave me?"
You will not find this now, as it appears all of the good ones have been scrubbed are back, but let us continue with the theme of contempt and a Hat-Tip to TexasFred for this. Up until now, I had not heard a thing about "All this for a Flag", and would doubt I would had it not been for his post. Thank you sir.

I have severe questions about how things occurred on September 11, 2001 but the level of contempt is palpable through the video.

I watched nothing on Sunday- not a thing. Instead, I went to the range and practiced all day- rifle, pistol and shotgun.

This is how I missed their display and am glad I did; both the practice and seeing their contemptuous faces.

However, let us recall contempt flows when earned and the Muslim Kenyan and his UGLY wife have fully earned it.


08 September, 2011

Curtis says: Ft. Sumter turns into one big giant termite turd...

You can read Curtis' frustration here- and yes, nearly everyone hits this point and when it does, taking a break helps. Some times the breaks are short and some times long and sporadic as can been seen reading through the years of this blog. Curtis, just remember, we are spread across the Republic and time is short- it is coming, soon.


06 September, 2011

Some people wonder what occurs- and most do not.

I received the following in from a friend down along the border. Both the videos and blog are worth spending some time viewing even if you are aware of what is going on.

You can hit Mrs. Burns YouTube channel here and her blog here.

So long as the War on Some Drugs continues, this will only get worse. Moreover, the continued suppression of our Rights will get worse. Ten to fifteen years ago, it was not this bad, even though you did have "psuedo-cop" invasions occurring on a fairly frequent basis down along the river in the early 1990's but tended to be small time locals doing so. Now, most times, such pretense is off and kidnappings occur.

The biggest problem is that most people are happy with selective rights as they think they know what their rights are, but never spent more than was required in HS to read and learn.

Spend some time, learn, realize that this is already farther North than you realize and that your Rights are much more suppressed than you realized.