POLITICAL: Why do we have these TLAs?

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

http://lewrockwell.com/grigg/grigg-w327.html

The FBI: An American Cheka
by William Norman Grigg

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From its inception, the Soviet secret police agency was engaged in what we now call “Homeland Security Theater.” The same could be said of the FBI, which actually had a nine-year head start on its Soviet counterpart. J. Edgar Hoover’s two chief priorities were the collection of what the Soviets would call kompromat on significant public figures – politicians, policy-makers, celebrities – and the management of his secret police agency’s public image. With the advent of COINTELPRO in the 1950s, the FBI became fully engaged in a campaign of surveillance, harassment, disruption, and assassination (if only by proxy) targeting political dissidents. Since that time, the FBI has been a fully realized political police organization, in every evil sense of that expression.

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I remember the FBI story with Jimmy Stewart.

If I’d been paying attention I’d have seen the flaws.

Right at the beginning, a “federal agency” to handle interstate crime.

How could I have been so stupid?

The Goofermentcreates the problem with Prohibition and Banking laws, then of course they need an agency to combat what they create.

Stupid!

Well, 60 years later, I’ve wised up.

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TINFOILHAT: Why WAS “OBL” killed?

Sunday, September 9, 2012

http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/120295.html

September 7, 2012
For the Sheeple Who Still Believe That Obama Killed bin Laden
Posted by David Kramer on September 7, 2012 06:13 AM

In this interview with our current Murderer-in-Chief, he discusses the procedures that are followed before ordering drone bombings on suspected “terrorists” (which always seem to include innocent civilians). At 1: 35 in the segment, O-bomb-a states:

“Our preference is always to capture if we can, because we can gather intelligence.”

But when the U.S. military had allegedly captured the NUMBER ONE terrorist in the world (at least in the U.S. government’s eyes), Osama bin Laden (who was UNARMED and NOT RESISTING), they shot him in cold blood??? Do you think that perhaps the NUMBER ONE terrorist in the world might have had a WEE BIT of intelligence that would have been useful to the United States government??? Hmmm???

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Yeah, I know they killed someone.

Why kill?

Why all the secrecy?

Why even admit that you have the guy?

Why, why why … 

Unless it wasn’t OBL, who was rumored to have died a while ago.

Unless … it really makes NO sense at all.

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GOVERNACIDE;

Friday, January 6, 2012

http://bigpeace.com/jbernard/2011/12/29/the-united-states-government-is-being-willfuly-ignorant-in-the-current-middle-eastern-war/

The United States Government’s Willful Ignorance Is Costing Soldiers’ Lives
Posted by John Bernard, 1st Sgt. USMC (ret.)
Dec 29th 2011 at 5:23 pm

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To that end, it has been my contention that this administration, the past administration and the entire upper end structure of the military machine has failed miserably. Not only have they chosen the wrong strategy to achieve a definable victory for their nation, they chose one that has been disproportionately brutal for our forces while providing cover for the enemy and the population that has proven over and over again to be untrustworthy.

History has defined and will continue to define only a miniscule number of opportunities for a theater-wide application of the precepts of Counterinsurgency Doctrine to have been efficacious. Even a casual glance at the human terrain in either Iraq or Afghanistan, with Syria and Iran to possibly follow, should have given the critical thinker everything they needed to adequately keep COIN under lock and key in the vault of terrible ideas.

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First of all, if someone can point me toward the ongoing, public record of support for America in either of these operations or the public record of Muslim denunciation of the actions of the “terrorist” or “radicalized” Muslim or Jihad as a war doctrine, Taqiyya as a deceptive practice with the intent of keeping the enemy off balance, please show me?

The clear evidence only suggests groups as defined by those who willingly strap on bombs and those who do not. Unfortunately, we know that from within the second group comes the financial and spiritual support for the first.

Suggesting you can parse these two and do harm to one while garnering support for said harm from the “moderates” simply misses the truth about religion – all religion!

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We watch the wanton destruction of human life by the forces of Islam and the associated silence from the “moderates” every day. Is it the contention of those who submit to the “two Islams” vision that we should continue to assume the best of a people whose religion is belligerent to non-believers?

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The First Sargent correctly imho distills the “problem” into the concept: “It not what we think, it’s what it is that counts.”

Their “moderates” support their “extremists”.

Any failure to recognize this fact in policy, strategy, or tactics dooms us to failure. And, failure, in this case, translates into dead human beings. Soldiers and civilians on both sides are lost due to the stupidity of our leadership. Or lack there of.

We need to get the girls and boys out of the fire zone until we figure it out.

“We, The Sheeple” learned nothing from Viet Nam.

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