Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Crimes of Opportunity

"It's a hard world for little things" - Night of the Hunter

This has to be brief, as I'm still not up to speed here.

Last December, Pfc Steven Green was the face of the Army's happy news story, "Coalition forces keep streets of Iraq safe." (And sure thing, there he is, preparing "to blast a lock off the gate of an abandoned home.") Six months later, he's charged with the rape of an Iraqi girl possibly as young as 14, her murder and the murder of her family, including her seven-year old brother Hadeel. (Her name was Abeer Qasim Hamza. It seems most reports don't bother with that detail. Nor that she was a child, and not a young woman.)

It was self-evident from the moment the story broke, despite the military's insistence to the contrary, that the subsequent abduction, execution and mutilation of two soldiers from the same platoon were acts of retaliation. (There's no indication the soldiers were themselves involved, though prior to his arrest Green attended one of their funerals.) And it's just as likely that, despite the official denials, his honourary discharge on account of a "personality disorder" was intended to preempt this particular embarrassment.

A Pentagon spokesperson called the slaughter of Abeer and her family "crime of opportunity." There's a lot of that going around these days.

Iraqi children are disappearing at an "alarming rate," many being sold into Europe, particularly the Netherlands and the UK. "However, there is no detailed information on who is buying them and for what reason." This can't help but remind me of the recent human trafficking scandal in Azerbaijan - very quietly received stateside - which saw the US embassy implicated in an operation "organized on a truly American scale," and ambassador Reno Harnish reassigned, perhaps alarmingly, to "the fight against bird flu."

There's a fractal component to the crimes and the tragedies of the United States in Iraq. The rape of a nation is more than a metaphor when it's repeated recursively in the rape of a young girl. Green and the rest - there are said to be three others accused, and more still who had foreknowledge of the attack and those who meant to cover it up - are simply the apes of power, emulating at scale the atrocities of their commanders and their Commander in Chief. And it's only the copycats, who mistake their license for entitlement, who are held accountable. Like conservative Judge Donald D. Thompson, convicted of indecent exposure, who masturbated in his courtroom during a grandfather's tearful testimony about a toddler's murder, and Republican consultant Carey Lee Cramer, convicted of abusing the child he used in a 2000 campaign ad to smear Al Gore. While, for the gangster lords of corruption to whom the system is beholden, planes will be made to fall from the sky, evidence disappear, and witnesses conveniently put themselves to death.

When Vladimir Putin impulsively lifted a shy boy's shirt and kissed his stomach last week, CNN posted it beneath the banner "Offbeat News." Now it may have been innocent, but the significance can't be entirely cultural, because it appears lost on Russians, too. (The most popular question selected for a forthcoming webcast interview amounts to Whatever were you thinking?)

Early in The Night of the Hunter, Robert Mitchum's murderous preacher gives thanks, saying "Lord, you sure knew what you were doing when you brung me to this very cell at this very time. A man with ten thousand dollars hid somewhere, and a widow in the makin'." If he were simply a hypocrite he wouldn't be nearly so frightening. Or dangerous.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cui bono?

Will all the animus in the blogsphere, if directed at Pfc. Green, get at the root causes of this war? Or will it distract from the hunt for “the real killers”?

Cui bono?

How many, or rather how few, wars have been fought without rape, without slave-taking, without atrocity?

Cui bono?

Who finances the war, who prosecutes it, who dies in it, who is debased by it and vilified for it, and who profits from it?

Cui bono?

Who are the masters, who the puppets, who the voyeurs?

Cui bono?

7/04/2006 05:55:00 AM  
Blogger sunny said...

Jeff, fantastic post, as always. I did not know the victim was a child Thank you for setting me straight, once again.

And let me take this opportunity to wish you well in your new digs. How is the little one? Happy and thriving, I would bet. May it always be so.

7/04/2006 09:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also noticed and was extremely angered by the references to the Iraqi victim as a woman. The Reuters article that mentions premeditation doesn't dispute Iraqi records that state she was 15 (the army had her listed as 20) yet the article refers to her as a woman 4 times in the first 4 paragraphs, even after establishing her name.

This is disturbing to me because it raises the question: Who wrote that? Was it somone intentionally trying to (however minorly) lessen the heinousness of the crime, or was it a true believer who's mind hedged at every possible turn when confronted with such an abhorrently dissonant picture of reality?

Any answers?

7/04/2006 10:02:00 AM  
Blogger IanEye said...

"Love & Hate tatooed on the knuckles of His hands...."

The group Coil used a recorded peformance of "Night of the Hunter" to great effect on their "Love's Secret Domain" album

I remember way back during the fall of Bagdad and Hussein's regime how all of the corporate Media were talking about how the image of the American soldier abroad was going to be boosted tenfold because of our invading Iraq. All I could think was how insane that sounded, as it fell from the lips of Brit Hume, Chris Matthews, etc.... Hi-Ho

7/04/2006 11:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whilst I understand why they couched it as Woman versus Girl, the act of rape is equally abhorrent regardless of the victim, so, IMHO, they can attempt to mask the event in couched language all they want, the act (and trend) remains the focus. Of course, I fully realize that they are not playing to me as an audience, and for most folks the intent of the couched langauge will have its desired effect.

Let's not fool ourselves, though. This event, and the several others that have been released to the public in carefully contained fashion are a mere insubstantial fraction of the abominations being visited on the Iraqi people as the result of this endeavor. Sure, callous bastards can chalk it up to The Dogs of War, but this time around, these breeds are Best In Show.

7/04/2006 12:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are more men, women, and children being sold as slaves in the world then there ever has been. This is according to Kevin Bales's speech during the Human Trafficking Conference held at Erie, PA on April 19, 2005. There are 27 million slaves in the world today and slaves are inexpensive to purchase. You can buy a slave for as low as $50.00. You can find out more about this at the website Free The Slaves of which Kevin Bales is president.

Condoleeza Rice is considered a leader of this abolitionist movement. The State Department released a Trafficking in Persons Report June 5, 2006. On May 10, 2006 the Secretary of State spoke at the Independent Women's Forum in Washington, DC. She said of this report:

"That the Trafficking in Persons Report probes even the darkest places, calling to account any country, friend or foe that is not doing enough to combat human trafficking. Though many complain, the power of shame has stirred many to action and sparked unprecedented reforms. Defeating human trafficking is a great moral calling and we will never subjugate it to the narrow demands of the day."

This is a globalist bigger picture with Rice taking the lead. She has declared war on human trafficking. It seems clear there is a dialectic process going with the atrocities in the Middle East. Weeding out the bad guys in the military for a more humane globalist occupation. More atrocities may mean more reasons to stay the course. Rice demands that human trafficking be defeated. To pull out now would guarantee a slave trafficker's victory.

7/04/2006 01:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Putin kissing picture is not easy to locate online, but you can currently see it at

http://kavkazcenter.com/eng/content/2006/06/29/4866.shtml .

7/04/2006 01:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Second line of that link should be


7/04/2006 01:44:00 PM  
Blogger Vemrion said...

I hadn't heard about the Putin stomach-kissing incident. Man, that is deeply, profoundly weird! What are we supposed to make of that move? That poor kid is gonna have nightmares for the rest of his fuckin' life.

Of course, I suppose it could be worse. He could be an Iraqi girl being raped by soldiers in Iraq. What a messed up world we live in.

Still the stomach-kissing thing sticks out in my head. What was Putin's motivation? Is he just being an overzealous politician, kissing babies? Or is he unconsciously hinting at a darker pastime?

I suppose child sexual abuse could be the glue that unites our globalist leaders. If you wanted a system of control, getting all other leaders hooked on child-sex (and having evidence to prove it) would give you a lot of leverage -- "if I go down, you all go down with me!" It's beyond creepy, but I haven't been in the mood to give our leaders the benefit of the doubt for a looooong time now.

7/04/2006 02:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about the picture[s?] of George W. Bush kissing a little black girl on the mouth? She looked about six or seven.

Would you want politicians kissing your children, even purportedly normal ones?

There are probably thousands of pictures like these. For some reason, belly kisses seem less weird than kissing a little girl square on the lips.

BTW- How do we know the Republican molester molested a girl from his campaign ad? The article didn't say.

7/04/2006 02:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I watched that Putin stomach-kissing incident expecting to find a member of the world's power elite acting out some darker urges. Yet it seemed more like a playful act than anything else. I'm no expert on russian culture but could it be we're projecting too much of our own western hysteria concerning child abuse?

7/04/2006 02:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Condi is leading the free the slaves movement? And as young American soldiers rape and murder young Iraqi girls and their families, how is Condi taking care of this? This is a bullshit coverup, as usual. Pulling out would give us the forces needed to properly combat this horrible development, rather than adding to it. And we can all be sure, as the 9/11 evidence so clearly shows, that anything Condi or anyone else in the Bush cabal attempts will only backfire and make things worse, especially given the pederastic leaning of the Bush family.

7/04/2006 02:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


This may be nothing. But I'm just stringing together connections & associations here:

I remember a story about the Pentagon investigating child molestation at the Presidio.

Other famous occupants of the Presidio have included Metallica. When I saw the Metallica film "Some Kind Of Monster," which contains some film footage of singer James Hetfield and his daughter, I remember thinking: I see something creepy here. There were some clear "boundary issues" between Hetfield and his very young daughter. (I remember thinking: That film title is going to become unintentionally prophetic someday).

I was abused by right-wing religious parents growing up, and I was later shocked to find that the entire neighborhood where I grew up --- suburban-rural, middle-class in the 1970s while there still was a middle class --- contained a high number of similar families, unbeknownst to each other. The father of the family across the street is incarcerated now for molesting his kids: one boy and three girls. A certain famous ArchCatholic Wingnut (let's avoid legal entanglements for the blog here) lived a quarter-mile away.

What I'm getting at is the strange associations of proximity that occur amongst people who are on the same wavelength of darkness.

An aside question:

The news reports about Pfc. Green all mention that he was discharged for a "personality disorder." How common is this type of discharge/what on earth would be a type of "personality disorder" that would be the threshhold for Army discharge?

7/04/2006 05:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While I think it's interesting that Metallica worked at the Presisio, they did not do so until I think 15 years after the events recounted in the Presidio article. You should understand that here in the SF bay, the Presidio was a major installation. It's shutdown occupied months of public debate and it is very large. After it's virtual shutdown (im thinking it was like '97 or '98) it was converted into any number of other commercial and civic uses.

The entertainment/pedophocracy connection is clear, Jeff had that great recent post on the Jacksons, there's Britny and Justin (he was the other Mouskateer right?), it mainly seems to center on mainstream stuff and thats certainly what Metallica is becoming.

Re: Hetfield and his daughter, I definately know the vibe you're talking about. I saw it when I lived with a disowned member of one of America's 3 rihest families ever (a name with big nazi connections) and his 7 year old daughter. He all but told me he was sexually abused (he did tell me his father was violent towards him and his mother who had married at 13). However I feel that as a huge fan of Metallica's '85-'89 work I should recount the following: Around the Presidio-relevant time ('01-'02) I worked at a books on tape store and one day my manager excitedly whispered to me that that guy there was James Hetfield. At first I thought the guy was just similar but the receipt proved my manager right. He bought 2 books on tape: 1 on fair-fighting in relationships... and the other on good parenting. The purchase of the parenting book struck me as the kind of purchase you would expect from a relatively new father who had been for so long immersed in a world that was anything but child-friendly. Nonetheless, I've definately seen that creepy vibe you're talking about...

One addition to the entertainment/pedophocracy connections list that I haven't seen discussed much here is Twin Peaks. I think Jeff has discussed Blue Velvet but Twin Peaks is scarey too. I was once told, though I have no confirmation, that Laura Palmer and her plight were based on Lynch's daughter and her diary respectively. When you look at the symbolism in the plot that becomes pretty telling. A beautiful and promiscuous young girl is murdered (possibly a metaphor for being driven to suicide or for death of the spirit) and after a long investigation it turns out it was done not by her father, but by her father under possession of a malevolent demon. That's a pretty clear metaphor to me. But does it make Lynch a part of what the Jackson's seem to be a part of? Man Tein Peaks show had good music. Angelo Badalmendi is good.

7/04/2006 08:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Re the Putin thing. It could be sus, it could be innocent. To me putin looks dodgy, like he wouldn't be out of place in a SS uniform or as one of those really uptight weird gay guys. (Not all gay guys, obviously, but there seems to be a subculture of excessively neat short haired, thin lipped (as in W burroughs bitter thin lipped church going women; as in people who press their lips together and say nothing when something annoys them, usually other people laughing.) really full on nearly fascist gay people. If those white house rumours are true for instnce...)

The really uptight weird gay guys thing probably raises unhelpful prejudices at this point. Like the obvious "all gays are pederasts at heart" concept, which I think is probably bullshit. But its a subculture for sure.

However the only time I ever kissed a stranger on the belly was at a party, it was a girl I had just met and we were on our way home. She was wearing a midriff top, and in the excitement of anticipation at one point I kissed her on the belly button. It was in the context of "we are gonna be doing it later hey". So to me Putins little game seems sus.

On the discussion board I mentioned a manuscript I came across once. In the music and politics thread page 3. It referred to a worldwide conspiracy to run the world by dictatorship, and to reinstate institutions (that was how they were referred to) such as human slavery and black magic, including human sacrifice. To call those abominations institutions is offensive to my mind, but its also very telling.

The other thing kids disappearing from Iraq reminds me of is the story "Bug Jack Barren" or jack someone. About a Donahue style talkback host who uncovers a plot to use the endocrine glands of living children (removed while alive of course, and resulting in the childs death.) to create a medical "elixer of youth and eternal life". IE You remove the endocrine glands of kids and process them then take them. If so you will a) never die, b) return to the peak of your health, about 25 years old. Needless to say it was run by the wealthy elite. Interesting story that one. I had forgotten all about it until today.

" Like conservative Judge Donald D. Thompson, convicted of indecent exposure, who masturbated in his courtroom during a grandfather's tearful testimony about a toddler's murder,"

This reminds me of a story my old man told me. He was a lawyer in Tasmania, and a supreme court judge at the time was known for his extensive porn collection. Dad never said if it was specifically any sort of porn, ie kiddie, gay, straight, soft or hardcore.

He said it was a well known secret that he would have the stuff open on the bench during court trials, and that he would disappear into his chambers for a wank every now and then.

My old man reckons he called him on it in court. Called him a disgrace and unfit to sit on the bench.

Soon after my old man let Tassie in a small plane from a bush airfield because he was a marked man. He couldn't leave from the airports cos there were people waiting in Hobart and Launceston airport for him. And he couldn't stay cos the lives of his kids were being threatened if stayed. It wasn't just cos of the "you are a disgrace" comment tho, they all had some fight going on between them.

7/04/2006 11:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


7/04/2006 11:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Check out the Project Freedom web site at



Are they genuinely protecting and looking after the interests of our society?
Or do they exist solely to manipulate and control
the minds of the masses?

This is an expose' on who they really are. Their non-consensual human experiments ,via Trauma-based Mind Control,
Frequency weapons, Radiation, Torture, Drugs, Stalking, to name but a few, all on (non-Masonic) innocent members of society. These 'experiments', along with drug running and distribution to stupefy the masses, are essential clandestine atrocities towards our Masonic Government's hidden agenda of total global domination."

7/05/2006 12:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We know only too well that the unknown and unassisted children of abuse and violence tend to become the abusers or killers of their own or other people's children themselves if, as we say, some opportunity or more likely "triggering event" happens to occur.

They may even have felt compelled to seek out some position of authority, be it teacher, clergy, youth or social worker etc. hoping to restore some proper meaning or value to their own diminished sense of self, only to find themselves unable to resist the same strangely perverse allure of deliberately destroying the innocence of even more children... the very same way their own was.

It is a thoroughly sick, cyclic and self-perpetuating affair in which victims primarily beget more of the same.

In just as many if not possibly even more cases than anyone wants to genuinely admit either, some of those unknown young victims' inability to cope with what has been done to them is also a serious factor in far too many unexpected or unexplained suicides in both teens and young adults.

The particular "personality disorder" ascribed in this case no doubt finds it's own beginnings under some similar situation, which is not to say that the unnatural conditions of war or the equally unnatural and dehumanizing conditioning or training for it can't push even a normal mind over the brink, let alone one that is damaged or compromised in ways that will only be revealed under duress.

We are of course outraged and stung by all such events even though any desire to punish those responsible rarely ever does, nor does it ever seem to do anything to alleviate or eliminate the real roots of its cause.

The same can be said for far too much of what is, in the final analysis, only ever considered "a crime" rather than a more contagious sickness or disorders of the mind that our society simply turns a blind eye to.

As a consequence we do nothing at all to really even try to understand the situation, much less seek out or find some means to both identify and quarantine those who suffer from them before they do their damage.

We cannot legislate or enforce a sane and healthy society, merely the conditions that might help to contribute to one.

We cannot even get that far if we are unwilling to accept that the continuing lack of those conditions and the very low piority assigned to them have not just something, but everything to do with all our problems.

7/05/2006 01:51:00 AM  
Blogger Ted Fleming said...

Very well said, Silverfox. Creepiest art ever, Jeff. Wow.

7/05/2006 10:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The following contains evil, malevolent & fascist tendencies...

...those with tender dispositions, or those who still obsessively dwell on lies their parents told them while whining unendingly about the
general unfairness of it all should just skip ahead to the next post.

Subject: Extra special mid-year Santa day at my house.

It was a lovely morning here at Dick-Central today. I had my brother standing on the roof shredding styrofoam for that white X-mas effect. ( Don't worry, later we'll hose it all into a nearby stream)

My kids raced down the stairs, material greed writ large over their innocent little faces. They then tore through the wrapping paper to uncover those nifty chinese slave labor toys that they've been aching for. It was quite the sight let me tell you. (Although finding 3 one inch slave labor toys, in different colors, packed in 8ft. cardboard boxes made from rain forest & old growth timber that were filled to the brim with non-biodegradable styrofoam peanuts & plastic was quite the bitch let me tell you)

My older boy was more reserved, having out-grown toys. Since he's into reading now, I got him 2 books entitled, 'How To Change The World From Your Lazy-Boy Using The Internet,' & 'How To Rage Against Materialism While Living Neck Deep In Material Goodies.'
Both were well received I think.

Later, after the kids tire of playing with those great big lovely boxes, we'll truck the whole mess down to that stream I mentioned & dump it all in. Since they've been fed a steady diet of 'recycle your garbage' & 'don't litter,' I'll have to tell them that we ARE recycling because all streams lead right back to Santa. Santa will then pull all the trash from the water to use next year.

What's one more little white lie, eh wot?

I figure that I'll wait until bedtime before I start on all the other lies like,


For now, please join us in some mid-year X-mas cheer & sing-a-long:

Santa, Santa
Ya big red fuck
Give us the goodies
& change our luck

Santa Santa
Fill our shelves
with lots of presents
made by your slave labor elves

Merry Christmas to all & to all a good night.

( except you chinese slave laborers, get back to work you shiftless lazy good for nothing 3rd worlders, we got toys to make here)

Endochrine glands roasting on an open fire
Penis pumps nipping at a judge's wood
Yuletide lies being implanted by a space alien choir
And folks dressed up like Satanic Eskimos

C'mon sing it with me........

7/05/2006 12:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Holy Shit, Richard!!

You have to stop!!

I'm going to get fired for laughing so loud.

Somebody pass me the tissues, please.

You're good, man! I mean that.

7/05/2006 12:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ran accross this today at GNN. It's the last part of a 4th of July address given by Frederick Douglass in 1841. If I didn't know better (seeing as how slavery no longer exists in the US or plays any role in its economy), I'd say this still applies pretty well today.


"What, to the American slave, is your Fourth of July? I answer: a day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. To him, your celebration is a sham; your boasted liberty, an unholy license; your national greatness, swelling vanity; your sounds of rejoicing are empty and heartless; your denunciation of tyrants, brass-fronted impudence; your shouts of liberty and equality, hollow mockery; your prayers and hymns, your sermons and thanksgivings, with all your religious parade and solemnity, are, to Him, mere bombast, fraud, deception, impiety, and hypocrisy-a thin veil to cover up crimes which would disgrace a nation of savages. There is not a nation of savages. There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices more shocking and bloody than are the people of the United States at this very hour.
Go where you may, search where you will, roam through all the monarchies and despotisms- of the Old World, travel through South America, search out every abuse, and when you have found the last, lay your facts by the side of the everyday practices of this nation, and you will say with me that, for revolting barbarity and shameless hypocrisy, America reigns without a rival."

7/05/2006 01:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

U.S. Sees Possible Links Between Incidents in Iraq
The slayings of three soldiers near the site of an alleged rape and the killing of a family may have been an act of revenge, an official says.

The U.S. military is investigating whether the kidnapping, killing and mutilation of two American soldiers was carried out in retaliation for an alleged rape and murder of an Iraqi woman by another member of the same unit three months earlier, a military official said Tuesday.

The incidents occurred in nearby towns and the soldiers involved were in the same unit. The bodies of the two American soldiers and at least one Iraqi were mutilated. A third U.S. soldier was killed during the kidnapping of his comrades.

The official, citing results of a preliminary military investigation, also said military officers had forced the chief suspect in the rape case out of the Army before the accusation against him came to light because they believed he could pose a threat to Iraqi civilians.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity because investigations of both incidents are incomplete.

Military officials initially believed that the three soldiers attacked in the town of Yousifiya were selected because they were vulnerable when separated from the rest of their unit. But as information about the alleged rape-killing has emerged, so have new theories about the kidnappings-killings.

7/05/2006 07:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was there a photo of Green in the Arnet story you linked to? If so, it's gone now! Interesting....

Great post...such a tragedy.

7/06/2006 09:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is anyone else having difficulty posting to the latest thread about Ken Lay? Should I be paranoid?

7/06/2006 10:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The photo was still there when I looked yesterday. Actually, I just looked again, and it's still there (maybe back after a brief vacation?).

7/06/2006 12:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The photo appears to have been removed from the arnews page (and from the available google cache, too).

It is still visible on that google cached page, though. Just to be sure we didn't dream it.

7/09/2006 03:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

" Like conservative Judge Donald D. Thompson, convicted of indecent exposure, who masturbated in his courtroom during a grandfather's tearful testimony about a toddler's murder,"

This reminds me of a story my old man told me. He was a lawyer in Tasmania, and a supreme court judge at the time was known for his extensive porn collection. Dad never said if it was specifically any sort of porn, ie kiddie, gay, straight, soft or hardcore.

He said it was a well known secret that he would have the stuff open on the bench during court trials, and that he would disappear into his chambers for a wank every now and then.

Judge Curval, call your office.

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