American Samizdat

Tuesday, December 19, 2006. *
"We retain the rhetoric of liberal democracy, but in concrete terms this supposed democracy gets enacted as the commodity culture, in which freedom of choice really means [Coke versus Pepsi]." It looks like the 'tapeworm' is on the move:

Cheney’s Revenge
"This is the largest massing of military power in the region, and it is gathering for a reason."

The cabal will find a way to attack Iran...they have to. Notice that link I posted above about how Haliburton is being cut out of the action even via one of it's proxy companies?

For that and for many other reasons, not the least of which is the fact that the 9/11 truthers are catching up with all the lies...there has to be another catastrophic event, and soon.

This one will be 'the enchilada' as the Nixonion White House staffers used to say. This one will be the one where the cabal stares down the pathetic leftist opposition and merely says... We have star wars, we have HAARP, we have The Bomb we have numerous other biowarfare weapons...we have the entire world surrounded and we're taking over.

We're setting up a NWO and the first thing that goes is the Internet. At least as it is now known and loved....the new Internet will be just a high speed version of the boring and dried up Zionist MSM that nobody pays any attention to anymore. Like it or lump it.

Oh, and by the way, the banks have taken all your money and locked it up and will be doling it out to you in nickles and don't make any expensive plans.

Yes, it will be a Brave New World...and it will be starting shortly in the Strait of Hormuz.

The Democratic majority in Congress almost guarantees that the Cabal must launch a "DOS" (Denial-of-Service) attack on Democrats by melting-down the economy, launching a new war, and creating as many crises as possible to keep (nosey, investigating) Dems busy.

It's all part of The Long Coup which began you-know-when. By the time U.S. military are on U.S. streets, the "military" part of The Long Coup will be merely a technical formality.

Hell, it's already begun...

US Army Might Break Goodyear Strike
By Bernard Simon
The Financial Times

The US Army is considering measures to force striking workers back to their jobs at a Goodyear Tire & Rubber plant in Kansas in the face of a looming shortage of tires for Humvee trucks and other military equipment used in Iraq and Afghanistan. A strike involving 17,000 members of the United Steelworkers union has crippled 16 Goodyear plants in the US and Canada since October 5.
posted by Uncle $cam at 10:11 AM
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