Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Lie Father, Lie Son

This photo was taken in a chapel just after 9/11. It speaks volumes on what really happened. Click on it, and it will come into sharper focus. From left to right, the President, looking scared shitless, Papa Bush assuredly holding Junior's hand and smirking like he's in the catbird seat, Barbara wearing a lunatic leer, and Bill Clinton in a droll poker-face.

I don't see any grieving here, or any sense of tragedy. I just see evil, and the worst kind of opportunism. God help us all for having them to run the asylum.

"Sarah, if the American people had ever known the truth about what we Bushes have done to this nation, we would be chased down in the streets and lynched." - George Bush Senior speaking in an interview with Sarah McClendon in December 1992.

It's a shame that we probably won't see them hanging from lamp posts any time soon, or, at the very least, in the docket, flanked by attorneys. In a country such as this, it just doesn't happen. Nixon was brought down not by the people, but by his superiors.

There are many voices crying in the wilderness over the issue of 9/11 complicity, and yet, if they aren't heard in the mainstream news, it's as if they're speaking the wrong language. Professors, researchers, engineers, fire-fighters, workers and victims form a chorus of testimony. It's a shame that the truth just seems to be so much cognitive dissonance.

Most likely, we'll suffer on through the next three years of the Bush administration, and then waste time and money on the next election, with absurd expectations and blind faith for the next set of candidates. Let's just hope it isn't the woman to the right of Bill Clinton in the picture. At any rate, we're sure to get another gang of meglomaniacal ideologues who will follow in logical succession after the previous ones. In three years, it should be about time for the next good-cop Democrat. Just watch for whatever candidate is invited to the next Bilderberg meeting. The pendulum will swing back, but it will still be the same elite-driven puppet play that ends only when a world government, or, as the suits call it, globalization, is in place. I would call it dystopia.

Would 9/11 have happened had Gore not been cheated out of the presidency? Perhaps not, but, the point is moot, given that the elites had decided the outcome beforehand. It was time for the dogs of war to be released, and Gore did not fit the part. Team Halliburton was the fighting machine of choice, and they're not finished yet. With a 385 million dollar contract to build internment camps in the U.S., they're entering a whole new phase.

5 Comments:

Blogger Jerry Casalvo said...

Pissed Off Cabbie, everything happens for a reason. Brutality is unfortunate, but it is an inevitable consequence of over-crowding.

We are far beyond the point of solving
the most pressing issues in a civil fashion. When the barbarians are at the gates, integrity is put aside.

I hope this helps you to see more clearly what is hand, and what cannot fail to happen. Eventually, we learn to accept what IS.

7:50 PM  
Blogger Pissedoffcabbie said...

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5:13 PM  
Blogger Pissedoffcabbie said...

Well, Jerry, you really take the cake. You're a self-serving elitist land-shark, and proud of it.

"We are far beyond the point of solving
the most pressing issues in a civil fashion."

Have you ever solved ANYTHING in a civil fashion? Try it sometime, it does beat having to wash the blood from your hands.

5:14 PM  
Blogger no one in particular said...

"The pendulum will swing back, but it will still be the same elite-driven puppet play that ends only when a world government, or, as the suits call it, globalization, is in place."

Have you checked out Dennis Kucinich, one of 2004's Democratic Presidential Hopefuls at www.kucinich.us? You might me pleasantly surprised.

7:46 PM  
Blogger Jay Matter said...

Hey Pissed Off Cabie ... I have to admit that I feel like Jerry at times. Not all the time. But, especially when you consider how far the environment and the police state has been allowed to just go all wrong ... so, part of me thinks - it's too late. I mean, maybe a bunch of people should die - at least there'd be some more job oppenings. But, you know, unfortunately, it's always the poor people (that really don't have that big of impact on the planet in the first place) who do the dieing. I mean, if about 100,000 of America's richest died - that would be huge. So, maybe Mr. Casalvo wants to work on the exploding golf balls and the toxic cavier. Until then, peace! ... Jay

12:43 AM  

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