Wednesday, July 26, 2006

"Meanwhile, far away, in another part of town"

Cries out, "My God, they killed them all" - Bob Dylan

All eyes are on the Middle East, naturally. But our condition has a global narrative, and we need excellent peripheral vision to follow the plot.

For instance, remember this story regarding Mexico's ring of elite paedophiles and the persecution of journalist and human rights activist Lydia Cacho? It touched as well upon the Finders case, and the unsolved murders of hundreds of women in the borderland maquiladoras. There's "something about Mexico," I wrote, "and at least some of that has to do with its proximity to hidden American hands." (And not as well concealed appetites, I should add.) I thought of it last night when I read this bloody story's official note of closure:

Mexico quietly ends probe of killings along border

Federal officials have quietly closed a three-year inquiry into the rape-strangulation of 14 women and teenagers in the border city of Juarez, leaving relatives with little hope the killings will ever be solved.

The federal Attorney General's Office intervened in 2003, promising it would try to solve cases plagued for years by allegations of state police corruption and incompetence.... They were among about 100 young women who were sexually assaulted, strangled and dumped in the desert outside Juarez since 1993. The killings appeared to fit a serial pattern. Most of the victims were young, slim brunettes who worked in foreign-owned assembly plants. Many disappeared walking home on unlit streets in working class neighborhoods.


Guadalupe Lopez Urbina, the first special federal prosecutor assigned to Juarez, recommended criminal charges against dozens of current and former law enforcement officers for alleged negligence in handling the cases. However, only two state investigators were charged with negligence, and a judge later threw out the cases.

Marisela Ortiz of Bring Our Daughters Home says "At this point our best bet is to look for international justice." Another mother has even less faith in the reckonings of institutions. "I no longer believe the killers will ever be found. If there is no justice here, there will be divine justice."

This is happening, of course, in the same Mexico that just witnessed another election stolen from the poor and society's progressive forces (though unlike in the United States, Mexicans are doing more than just passively watching), and the world's opinion makers have moved on in a way they didn't when the Ukraine's pro-West contender challenged the theft of his votes. López Obrador is the "losing leftist", according to the New York Times, because the wealthy and their executors, who bear no allegiance to nations and are unconstrained by the "will of the people," need to get on with building the North American Union.

Meanwhile, our attention elsewhere, the atrocity of Katrina grinds on. FEMA's trailers are toxic sumps, exposing their human chattle to extreme levels of formaldehyde. "Pediatrician saw unusual illnesses," says MSNBC, and Becky Gillette of the Sierra Club states "It’s simply wrong that the government would spend billions of dollars to poison people in these toxic tin cans." Wrong, but they're doing it. And like most every other wrong thing they're doing, no one is making them stop.

Then there's this stunning report from the FEMA camps:

Katrina victims "not allowed" to talk to media

The Federal Emergency Management Agency prohibits journalists from having unsupervised interviews with Hurricane Katrina victims who have been relocated to FEMA trailer parks, according to a report in the Baton Rouge Advocate (7/15/06).


Dekotha Devall, whose New Orleans home was destroyed by the storm, was in her FEMA-provided trailer telling the Advocate reporter of the hardships of life in the camp when a security guard knocked on the door.

"You are not allowed to be here," the guard is quoted as telling the reporter. "Get out right now." The guard reportedly called police to force the journalist to leave the camp, and even prevented the reporter from giving the interview subject a business card. "You will not give her a business card," the guard said. "She’s not allowed to have that."

Later, at another FEMA camp in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, the reporter attempted to talk to camp resident Pansy Ardeneaux through a chain link fence when the same guard halted the interview. "You are not allowed to talk to these people," the guard told Ardeneaux. "Return to your trailer now." The reporter said she and an accompanying photographer were "ordered...not to talk to anyone or take pictures."

The Middle East is in the centre ring, but there's a lot of activity elsewhere under the tent of Circus Apocalypse. It doesn't matter where we're sitting, or in which direction we look, we'll find something so dreadful we won't be able to take our eyes off it. But as the Mexicans are doing, we had better do more than sit back and watch the spectacle, if only to tell our children we tried.

It's like Robert de Niro says in Brazil - "We're all in this together, kid."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope this is REAL and not just another smoke screen:

FEMA announced Tuesday that it reversed a policy restricting media access to its trailer parks and received cautious praise from Louisiana congressmen and a national journalism organization.

Also, on another "front" if anyone has access to nice satellite images of the West Coast that extends out to the mid Pacific, watch the wierd cloud patterns that seem to morph out of otherwise calm and clear skys in the vast uninhabited areas north of Hawaii and south of the Aleutians.... These patterns are much too symetric to be the result of natural weather phenomena.

7/26/2006 12:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Last post, rapt said...

A couple of questions that I am waiting for an answer to are, 1) do the good guys have the power and will to overpower the bad on our behalf, and 2) is it true, and how true, that we humans have been given the responsibility to act as one, to rise over the bad all by our weak little lonesome selves, or will the good guys save the day regardles...

These same questions are consuming me. I can not tolerate this uneasy dread. We need a plan, but our "we" is fragmented beyond any outreach, and then there is the difficulty in making any "plan" for what is unknown.

7/26/2006 12:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bob, couldn't agree more. What to do? God what can we do? If only we could unite to affect change, but that would only make an easy target out of us. It reminds me of in Exodus where God (through Moses) leads the people out of slavery to the Egyptians and helps them out because they would have been unable to do it themselves. So when you say the good guys, who do you mean? Many are called but few are chosen to lead, to actually partake in the Divine Justice that we who feel the evil advancing in leaps and bounds and feel helpless to stop it do.
did that make sense?

7/26/2006 02:02:00 PM  
Blogger Et in Arcadia ego said...

I was going to start a thread last night in the RI forum about the outrageous closure of the Mexican murder investigation, but I knew you'd find it yourself just as quickly.

These people didn't even bother notifying the surviving families that the case was closed; it just slipped away down the memory hole..

Regarding the FEMA media bannings, they've done a complete about face on their Nazi policy:

I'm hoping against hope that this still gives rise to the notion of the media as at least an occassionally functioning device that works in the People's favor..But as I noted in the forum discussion, there's nothing stopping park attendants from having their feet beaten with rubber hoses for running their mouths..

I like my Paranoia black without cream and sugar, plz..

Good posts the last 24 hours, Jeff, especially yesterdays. I'm still digesting the solar grid's power register during the storm..There's only one device that potentially fits that kind of energy signature:


7/26/2006 03:07:00 PM  
Blogger Et in Arcadia ego said...

By the way, Jeff, you forgot to mention that Lance Bass has revealed to the world that he's gay.

Some things slip even under your radar..

7/26/2006 03:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice uses of "meshes" images!

7/26/2006 03:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bob and anon..>

My concept of these good and bad guys is that they are not Earthlings that you can touch, follow and listen to. My hunch is that they are powerful in some important ways - dimensionless maybe - but there are limits to their power that we cannot comprehend yet. Comprehension is all the more difficult because we live in short timespans and the human experience is more day-to-day, whereas these beings seem to plan for centuries ahead. Hey, time is supposed to be an invention we made to live by, and it may not affect them at all!

There appear to be at least two opposing parties, battling in their own way over the future of mankind.

So I have nestled into a position that shields me from any direct responsibility for how things eventually turn out - because I am not really a part of the conflict, only a pawn and a partial observer thru the thick brush. Think bunny rabbit in the briar patch.

Don't feel inadequate or guilty because you have no way imaginable to sway this fight, if it is indeed a fight, one way or another. Neither does the dub or Dickie the gunman. All pawns.

I am very interested to see how it turns out though, even if it kills me.

7/26/2006 03:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rapt said:

"Don't feel inadequate or guilty because you have no way imaginable to sway this fight, if it is indeed a fight, one way or another."

no way imaginable? You are unable to say for sure if it is a fight, yet you are certain that there is no way to affect the outcome?

I could not disagree more.

7/26/2006 04:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK I'll dress up my statement a little. No way imaginable could be an exaggeration.

The parties to the fight, if it is one, that I refer to, are not human. If you have any suggestions on how to influence either/any of them I'd like to hear them - the suggestions that is.

7/26/2006 04:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tend to look at it like this, if an individual pulls back the curtain and understands that he/she has been fed disinformation since the beginning from every credible trusted institution (media, education, etc..) Then these outlets lose their ability to propagandize (at least in the traditional fashion, although I am often dissapointed by friends of mine that should know better and get sucked up in the media hype, not that they don't recognize it as propaganda, but that they fail to see that some of the stories that outrage them, do not deserve their attention in the first place)

that said, once you know they are lying, then the lies lose their power.

So, from the bad guys perspective, how do you deal with the evergrowing number of individuals that know you are full of shit?

Simple, make them feel as if there is no hope, make them feel impotent, make them feel that there is no way imaginable to sway this fight.

If people weren't out there posting messages of hopelessness and telling their fellow man that they should not feel guilty and should hide in the brush like a scared little bunny rabbit, then, well, the evil bastards would have to spread their message of defeat all by themselves.

7/26/2006 05:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That FEMA would even have such a policy to begin with is revealing.

Of course, like all, or rather in today's brave new world, SOME foul things, it cannot stand up to the light of scrutiny.

The reversal was purely for PR reasons.

The censorship will resume by few if any coverage of the story, or the victims in the camps.

And I'm sure it's no coincidence that the trailers are poisonous death-traps.

Regarding someone's comment on 50% of the population living in cities:
they're giant prison / ghettos; if you need to reduce population quickly, nothing like a nice natural, or man-made disaster to cull the herd. It saves the trouble of having to round up all the rednecks in the brush.

7/26/2006 05:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great post . . . but do give Maya Deren an image credit.

7/26/2006 05:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Youtube has Meshes of the Afternoon.

7/26/2006 06:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is something very interesting about the whole Israel/Lebanon conflict:

Israel had been making plans for the invasion of Lebanon for a long time now.

7/26/2006 08:16:00 PM  
Blogger ericswan said...

I suppose the History books will call him one of the "fathers of confederation". After all, Stephen Harper got his minority gov't off the ground by scoring points and seats in Quebec.

Two comments he made today are putting some lipstick on the pig as the saying goes. He could not confirm that one of the four UN observers is a Canadian. The second comment that the UN was in that location (since 1978) as an observer of the truce, should have left by now. "What are truce observers doing in a war zone"?

Calgary picked a "nice middle class white girl" to be the mom of citizen one million. Go Flames Go.

The Terminator comes to mind as we the citizins "scoot" around doing our jobs and minding our politics waiting for that "guy" to arrive from the future and put things right. Montauk has it all figured out. Send the A Team out and just to make sure, eliminate Future.

If you don't think I'm right, better check your thermometer. Down to the wire folks. The vanishing point of zero=infinity=God.

7/26/2006 08:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You make a good point Dan. One should never forget that WE HAVE POWER.

Anyway my thing about not feeling guilty still stands.

7/26/2006 09:50:00 PM  
Blogger iridescent cuttlefish said...

I wonder where John Pilger would fit the exiled New Orleanians-turned-FEMA-trailertrash into the march of the empire against all and sundry? Yes, Pilger is at it again—holding history up as something against which modern “developments” should be measured. What a strange and novel concept! Pilger even waxes Thompsonian, vaguely fearful and certainly loathing his surroundings, as he reports from the belly of the beast this week, in an article called “Empire: War and Propaganda”:

Watching this unfold in Washington - I am staying in a hotel taken over by evangelical "Christians for Israel" apparently seeking rapture - I have heard only the crudest colonial refrain and no truth.

Most interesting in this piece, which you can read in its entirety over at ICH , is that Pilger gives the ideology of imperialist aggression a physical context by describing Washington D.C.’s monolithic Canyon of Indoctrination:

The National Museum of American History is part of the celebrated Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Surrounded by mock Graeco-Roman edifices with their soaring Corinthian columns, rampant eagles and chiselled profundities, it is at the centre of Empire, though the word itself is engraved nowhere. This is understandable, as the likes of Hitler and Mussolini were proud imperialists, too: on a "great mission to rid the world of evil", as President Bush has also said.

One of the museum's exhibitions is called "The Price of Freedom: Americans at war". In the spirit of Santa's Magic Grotto, this travesty of revisionism helps us understand how silence and omission are so successfully deployed in free, media-saturated societies. The shuffling lines of ordinary people, many of them children, are dispensed the vainglorious message that America has always "built freedom and democracy" - notably at Hiroshima and Nagasaki where the atomic bombing saved "a million lives", and in Vietnam where America's crusaders were "determined to stop communist expansion", and in Iraq where the same true hearts "employed air strikes of unprecedented precision".

Bringing us back to the present, Pilger concludes:

The US role in supporting Israel’s military assault on Lebanon falls into a pattern of imperial tyranny, where history is rewritten to suit America’s needs while Europe stands cravenly by.

And who's going to write the history of those poor people still being pissed on in Louisiana? Oh yeah, history is usually written by the pisser, not the pissee...

7/26/2006 11:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intelligence sources report that the Israeli Defense Force attack on Lebanon is being carried out as a joint Israeli-U.S. military operation. Moreover, there are joint Israeli and U.S. war rooms coordinating the U.S.-supported Israeli attacks on Lebanon. The ultimate aim of Washington and Jerusalem is not only to eliminate Hezbollah as a political force in Lebanon but also to remake Lebanon as an American and Israeli client state. Israeli forces are pounding parts of Lebanon, especially in the north, where there are no Hezbollah units and primarily Christian populations. In addition, Israeli forces are being aided by the Bush administration with high-resolution overhead imagery from U.S. spy satellites and signals intelligence (SIGINT) intercepts from National Security Agency assets, including SIGINT satellites.

The result of U.S. intelligence support for Israel is directly linked to the targeting of particular locations, including the Israeli launch of 24 high-explosive missiles on a block of ten buildings in south Beirut. The entire block was leveled in the attack. The deliberate Israeli attack on a United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) outpost in southern Lebanon was the result of that post gaining information of Israeli atrocities committed against the civilian Lebanese population. The Israeli attack, called deliberate by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, killed blue helmet peacekeepers from China, Finland, Canada, and Austria. Israeli continued to attack the UN post even as rescuers attempted to locate survivors in the rubble of the building. The deliberate 1967 Israeli attack on the USS Liberty, an NSA spy ship monitoring communications during the Arab-Israeli Six Day War, was the result of the Liberty intercepting Israeli communications on the massacre by Israeli forces of surrendering Egyptian prisoners of war in Sinai. Israeli planes continued to attack the ship, even after it raised a large American flag. U.S. Navy and NSA survivors in the water were also strafed by Israeli aircraft.

7/27/2006 12:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is my favorite article you've written in a while, though I love all that you write. This one though, brings much needed attention to this strange decades long use of Mexico and Central America to continue these JWO/NWO Moloch rituals. Stories of smuggled skulls for "voodoo" have come and gone more than a few times in the past year.

Then there are the cases that I can'seem to recall about ties to GW and Alberto Gonzalez implicated in some sort of ritualistic killings of Mexicans back in the 1980's or 90's. Anyone remember or have a link? I will do a search now and if successful, will come back and link..

Also, speaking of Mexico and CA with American hands, whatever happened to that Homeland Security plane with 5 tons of cocaine reported by Hopsicker last month??

7/27/2006 02:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maya Deren
themes of her film work: dreaming, reflection, rhythm, vision, ritual and identity

7/27/2006 04:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Above someone asked how do we fight the evil? I have an Idea, Become a police officer, or get into political circles or a gaurd for FEMA or a soldier a reporter or just a clerk in an office that deals in these horrors, Than when that order comes to process the people onto the Cattle Cars


Just make them feel you are part of the team, but as an individual be the one who stops the machine at that one point in time. Grind it to a halt from the inside. Do not forget that we are individuals, not cogs. No one HAS to follow orders. You may suffer for refusal but you make a difference. Don't proccess the names of green peace activists to those monitering them. Don't keep the press from the victims of Katrina, Don't arrest the Kid who takes the pictures of Police Arresting someone.
Go out and get a job that is involved in these things and do not violate your moral code regardless of what they ask of you.
The way to change it is to not bend to their view but remain a good person inspite of their view.

"Government is an Halucination had by the Governers"
-Hagberd Celine (Paraphrased)

7/27/2006 05:01:00 AM  
Blogger Sounder said...


"weak little lonesome selves"??!!

Do not fall for it, or for the "good guys" to come and save the day. We don't need no more stinking heroes.

I just got to chapter 23 of Howard Zinns Peoples History book, (Robert Anton Wilsons lucky number?), The Coming Revolt of the Guards. They are the public also, brainwashed to believe they are elite, yet merely acting as enforcers.

My use of Ahriman and Lucifer is to brand unbalanced expressions of order and liberty as being coercive tools used to manipulate the masses. The charismatic intimidators need their techniques to be identified so as to negate their divisive activities.

Also, hope and despair are melodramatically paralyzing responses that serve to defer responsibility. We can do much better, and that opinion is not based on hope.

As to the manner of interaction between off worlders and humans, think resonance.


7/27/2006 06:29:00 AM  
Blogger Sounder said...

Lets all remember that the "unknown unknown" is the thing that keeps Donald Rumsfeld up at night.

We have an obligation to disturb his slumber, so lets get to work.

7/27/2006 06:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How to fight back: I hate to use Matrix-like comparisons but we are literally the batteries of politics. Politics is the space of debate and compromise between people, and political power begins as simply as that. The power is constructed between two people and amplified the more people that take part in the interaction. We have collectively deferred the wielding of that power to political elites internationally. Most importantly we confuse the institutions of that deferred political power, parties, government,treaties, constitutions, as politics per se. But these are only the devices used to consolidate hegemony. They are not politics. They are symbols of power but are not the power themselves. For ultimately their continued legitimacy relies on our collective reconstruction of these symbols as reality, that we are and should be governed by political elites within their protective institutions. And that is where we can fight back. The game being played at the moment is one of confusing the very concept of reality. By constantly changing the justifications for war and creating ambiguous threats as precepts for war, the elites keep shifting the sands and clogging our senses. Refuse to be cast about in the sand. Stand firm. When enough of us stand firm with clear senses we can catch the others being cast about. As long as we keep standing firm a critical mass of people will come to see the lies of the political elites. The sands will become a trickle. We then have an opportunity to reappropriate political power, for if we collectively fail to recognise the institutions then the symbol falters, fails and dies. Politics returns to its natural state of being the space of debate and compromise between people rather than the unnaturally deferred aberration that licences elites to behave as they want. Jeff made an important point before about the anti-war protests around the world: what if we hadn't gone home at the end of the day? What if we had stayed? We would have shorted out the illusion of authority, reappropriated political power and the invasion might not have happened.
Be the one in the cave who turns from the shadows and sees the daylight. Keep turned from the shadows and others will turn too.

7/27/2006 06:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

we can ask "what if" questions until we're a quivering mass of jell-o, but "what now" is the one that matters. Unless we're not just "scared little rabbits" but more like "Frank" in Donnie Darko (oh no not another Donnie Darko analogy..uugghhh...) but if we're talking manipulation, then Frank (who's a time traveling dead guy in a demonic bunny suit) is the paradigm for us ...oh hell, nevermind. what a load of crap.

7/27/2006 08:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon 4:49 AM: superb, thank you! are you familiar with the work of David Graeber? If not I recommend the essay "Fragments of an anarchist anthropology"

7/27/2006 08:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Klaatu Barada Nikto

7/27/2006 10:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

See this movie:

This review:

AMERICA: FREEDOM TO FASCISM "FOUR STARS” (Highest Rating). The scariest damn film you'll see this year. It will leave you staggering out of the theatre, slack-jawed and trembling. Makes 'Fahrenheit 9/11' look like 'Bambi.' After watching this movie, your comfy, secure notions about America -- and about what it means to be an American -- will be forever shattered. Producer/director Aaron Russo and the folks at Cinema Libre Studio deserve to be heralded as heroes of a post-modern New American Revolution. This is shocking stuff. You'll be angry, you'll be disgusted, but you may actually break out in a cold sweat and feel a sickness deep in your gut; I would advise movie theatre managers to hand out vomit bags. You may end up needing one." --- Todd David Schwartz, CBS

7/27/2006 12:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Haven't read him but I've downloaded the essay. Thanks.

7/27/2006 12:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have an excellent movie suggestion for all of you who haven't seen it yet. It's entitled Little Murders and it's highly applicable.

Here's a link:

Here's a link to a review, and the review itself:

Reviewed by Dennis Schwartz

A provocatively caustic, funny, black humor satire on how depressive life has become in the New York City of the late 1960s for the middle-class, who are caught in the changing times. Their family values, belief in God and country, and increasing dependence on TV for news and entertainment has them reeling. The society they know is breaking down. In a city faced with an increase in violent crime, racial hatred, burglaries, garbage strikes, alienation, nuisance phone calls, power outages, muggings, and a controversial Mayor Lindsay; life has become so unbearable that people have come to accept crime as the natural way of life. This acerbic script comes by way of Jules Feiffer, the cartoonist for the Village Voice, who first had this work play off-Broadway at Circle in the Square where it became a hit with the New York theater audience. The author takes delight in dissing such establishment figures as the police, the clergy, and the judges. Vincent Gardenia and Elliott Gould who are in the film, were also in the original play.

The city residents have multiple locks on their doors, the cops are either corrupt or incompetent, and the cries of resignation heard from those who feel beaten down emotionally and physically are as everyday as traffic jams during rush hour.

Alfred Chamberlain (Gould) is an apathetic photographer getting beat up by a gang of kids without trying to defend himself, as he reasons they will soon get tired of punching me. From her apartment window, Patsy Newquist (Marcia), a successful interior decorator who says she wakes up every morning with a smile on her face even when picking up the phone to a heavy breather, observes this mugging and rushes down to rescue the victim. He just walks away without thanking her and when she confronts him, he says he is indifferent to the pain. So starts their troublesome romance as this intelligent, vibrant, and beautiful 27-year-old, thinks she has found her Prince Charming: someone she can mold into her ideal mate.

Everything is played out as a scathing farce. Patsy brings him to meet the family, where the sardonic dad (Gardenia) is despondently ranting about how things have changed for the worse. He is sure that his daughter's date will be a swish; while Patsy's mother (Wilson) is in the Pollyanna mode trying to make everything seem sweet while speaking in clichés. When the power goes off, she remarks: "It's better to strike a match than curse the darkness." The younger brother is a closet homosexual, disconnected with reality, reading inane books such as "Lesbians in Venus."

Alfred has become so disillusioned that he has given up taking photographs of people, further disillusioned that commercialization has trivialized the art scene. He discovered that since he developed a reputation he can photograph anything and have it accepted by the Establishment. He now shoots pictures of shit only and Harper's Bazaar is using it for its next issue. That he is successful, is all that matters to Patsy's parents in accepting him for their daughter.

In another hilarious scene, Alfred refuses to get married by a judge (Jacobi) who raves like a lunatic about how God helped him get to the high position he now has. Instead, he goes to the hippie Ethical Culture minister (Sutherland) and asks him to officiate at the wedding ceremony. In a funny monologue Sutherland calls the wedding ceremony a search for truth, finding rationals for whatever happens in life, telling the couple that of the 200 marriages he has performed -- only 7 are still married. He takes the $250 that Mr. Newquist gave him to include God in the ceremony but tells him it is OK that you gave me the money for that, but it is also OK that I betray you by not including it in the ceremony.

As soon as Patsy injects life into the hapless photographer and has him look back with regret at his early years that made him so filled with angst, she is killed by a sniper in their apartment. In the final scene, Alfred returns to live with Patsy's family and realizes that the only way to live in an insane world is to be just as crazy as the world is. When he brings back a rifle to the apartment, he brings the family close together again making them happy as they fire out the window of their apartment randomly killing those in the street. Alfred even gets a chance to kill the hostile paranoid cop (Arkin), who tried to intimidate him. This comes at a time when there is a crime wave, where there are 345 unsolved murders in the last 6 months. But, clearly, Feiffer is saying that the little murders occurring daily are the ones we do emotionally to our souls, where we kill our feeling for life by becoming indifferent to the ills of the world.

The performers were outstanding, as I was especially pleased with Marcia Rodd's captivating portrayal of someone with spunk. The black comedy was torridly on target and eerily funny, but it also seemed to create such a far-out situation that it was difficult to keep laughing when there was so much cynicism and so much that went beyond the farce and became too arcane to decifer where it was leading to. Elizabeth Wilson has the film's last word and says: "You don't know how good it is to hear my family laughing again." This coming after they acted as snipers.

Of course, I know Atem saw the movie and probably enjoyed it as much as I did. I plan on viewing it again, very soon.

7/27/2006 01:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The title to this article is part of a song by the Police from the 80's. I think it was Synchronicity pt.2. It is interesting to me because I haven't heard this song in years until about an hour before I saw this newest of Jeff's articles with that headline.

I'm not at all sure how it all connects but I find this article reminding of the proliferation the the "UN invasion conspiracy" of the more froinge theories. A a few other sites I check regularly often post pix of hundreds of acres of barbed-wire surrounded lan full of (maybe) thousands of plain white vans and SUV's. I admit the site was a little spooky. the weird thing is that these sorts of pics have been around for years before the Katrina hurricane, almost like somebody was planning for some kind of huge event.

I also freely admit this all to be conjecture on my part but I strangely feel it relative to this all.



7/27/2006 02:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the newspapers, they all went along for the ride.
How can the life of such a man
Be in the palm of some fool's hand?
To see him obviously framed
Couldn't help but make me feel ashamed to live in a land
Where justice is a game.

Now all the criminals in their coats and their ties
Are free to drink martinis and watch the sun rise

7/27/2006 03:39:00 PM  
Blogger #1 Sniffer said...

That the Mexican officials stopped investigating the border Masonic serial blood human ritual sacrifice murders should be no surprise to anyone.

It’s similar to how our own officials stopped investigating 911 mass human sacrifice (occurring not coincidentally just as S&B Bush ceremonially with some children held a book with a sacrificial goat’s image on it), the JFK, RFK, and MLK assassinations, etc etc etc.

The problem seems to be in us, that we forget that criminals are, well, criminals, and we repeatedly let them hold office, investigate their own crimes, and look to them to take appropriate action.

We need another model, one that hasn’t been penetrated and corrupted by the criminals.

How about this? Instead we should conduct our own informal but thorough investigations (as we are doing on 911) of significant crimes against us, and when we have the facts (on 911 we already have more than enough), en masse (like in the Ukraine a couple of years ago) demand the Ruling Class immediately setup transparent Grand Juries to initiate prosecuting the criminals (like charging Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Clinton, Gore, etc. for treason and genocide), until they comply.

The facts being in, there’s no need for negotiation or granting of opportunities for criminals to poison the well which is an art form of theirs.

Anyone in the RC that protects the criminals or puts up obstacles should be closely scrutinized too for obstruction of justice and possible complicity in the crimes.

We need to reverse roles for a change, and us take charge of the agenda and make them reactive to it, make them respect our wrath, and realize that we intend the criminals no mercy (unless they being cowards come totally clean and materially help us clean out the whole massive underground rat’s nest).

We need to be willing to sacrifice ourselves and all we have (ah, have we ourselves been compromised to the point of being enablers, by our fear of losing comforts and other things? Is that what despite our frustrations freezes us into inaction?) if that’s what it takes to assert our will to obtain justice.

And that is just a way of saying we need to operate from strength and that when we do there is less likelihood we’ll have to use it, but only after we do use it and prove to all we have it.

But if we flinch, we’ll all pay for sure. Therefore we have no choice.

That many of us are seeing the problem and beginning to ask questions about what to do is healthy and means that process is beginning.

7/27/2006 06:57:00 PM  
Blogger Citius64 said...

Hello Jeff,

My name is Alfredo Narváez, 33yo, from Mexico City and reader of yours since the very beginning, and also I am a liberal man, but also I am a Mexican. Since I admire your work I say with respect that you may be wrong about our recent elections in Mexico: the election is not yet qualified by the Federal Electoral Tribunal, and we not have yet an elected President since the FET is the only institution to analyze the election and give the winner the final approval, and that hasn´t happened.

Calderón is just 250 000 votes above López Obrador, as says the Federal Electoral Institute. The López Obrador coalition made some complaints, but I think their case is weak:

- First, the government does not count the votes, citizens did.
- Millions voted, many think it was the record votation ever. It was a peaceful election that draw more than 60 million Mexicans.
- The coalition has accepted the counting of Representatives and Senators, but not for President, yet the same citizens (one million) counted all the votes... This may happen since the left won many seats for Congress...
- The counting was made at every vote station three times by the citizens, July 2nd. Representants for every political party signed the acts that certify the counting. Now López Obrador is critizising even his supporters, because he says they did not count well...
- International observers from 65 countries and the UN have said the election was free and fair.

The election isn´t yet finished, and only the Federal Electoral Tribunal can say who won, not some NGOs or international correspondents. Andrés Manuel as say he will respect the last word of the Tribunal. Mexicans know this was a very competitive election. Please trust us, don´t attack our young democracy, we need friends, not cynic older brothers...


7/27/2006 08:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gimme a break, Alfredo! Who paid you to post that? So now Mexico is copying the Israelis and getting shills to post on all the forums.

7/27/2006 08:32:00 PM  
Blogger iridescent cuttlefish said...

I have to agree--this guy sounds as real as American Values. And wasn't it Obrador's contention that the vote count was, at some point, massaged by some software which was written by Calderón's brother-in-law? I was especially impressed by "Alfredo" when he made this very interesting appeal: "Please trust us, don´t attack our young democracy, we need friends, not cynic older brothers..." So, questioning the Right's manipulation of the election results is attacking democracy, is it? And when those Republican activists were impersonating English football hooligans in Florida, pounding on the doors of the courthouse where the poll workers were attempting to sort chads, they were the defenders of democracy, right Alfredo? No, we won't be cynical--what would we stand to gain from that?

7/27/2006 09:18:00 PM  
Blogger tim boucher said...

Whoo! Long live the Technate!

7/27/2006 10:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoo! Down with your autocratic blog!

7/28/2006 12:02:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the "Mexi boy" who wrote:

"Calderón is just 250 000 votes above López Obrador, as says the Federal Electoral Institute. The López Obrador coalition made some complaints, but I think their case is weak:

- First, the government does not count the votes, citizens did."

You're really funny Mexi-boy! Do post more!

By the way why do we know that Calderon's brother in law did the programming for your Mexican vote counting machines--and you seem unaware of it?

Why do we know that Calderon and PRI hid several million votes even after the IFE announced 99% counted--then it had to say "ooops" and admit it had really only counted around 92% though lied publicly and said it had counted 99%!

Then IFE announces a winner (something that it is unauthorized to do, though it did it!)

Besides, there are documented people coming forward saying they were threatened by their IFE bosses to enter fake totals into the regional tally machines.

There are documented inconsistencies between IFE "tallies" and vote precints.

There are video tapes and phone conversations about the IFE, PRI state Governors (shades of Jeb Bush's "Florida PRI machine" so to speak), and Calderon helping each other out get the winning votes for the Bush-candidate, Calderon.

There is documented arrests concerning Choice Point (the database organization that was hired by Jeb Bush and Katherine Harris to rig the Florida elections in 2000--and they were doing the same in 2006 just a few months ago. Choice Point workers were found illegally with Mexican voter rosters in their possession. Why do we know about that and you fail to?

Mexi boy, have a care for your democracy and wake up. The U.S. is stealing you blind.

MEXICO VOTE FRAUD: Obrador ballots found in public dump; up to 3 mil "thrown out"

Mexico Vote Fraud From the open publishing newswire: Supporters of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador show electoral ballots that were found in a public dump. One of Obrador's aides, Claudia Sheinbaum, went on to claim that their party had found "very grave inconsistencies" in 50,000 polling booths, including 18,646 in which there were more votes cast than registered voters.

Obrador calls Mexican elections fradulent, and wants a full recount. Leonel Cota, president of Obrador's PRD party, vowed to "launch a battle for the legitimacy of the election," and a COALITION of the PRD AND TWO OTHER parties held a press conference and issued a statement.... --- Mexico's review of 41 million votes cast in Sunday's disputed presidential election started on Wednesday. Soon, media trumpeted unofficial gap between the two leading candidates, Calderon [a Bush-linked internationalist neofascist, straight out of the Mexican Energy [oil] Department, where he was once Secretary]...the other, Obrador, a [presumably nationalist] leftist, narrowed as a record of fraud increasingly mounted.

Thanks to Obrador's supporters, of whom many are poor ruralites and urbanites who have seen their standard of living fall more by NAFTA and neoliberalist policies, they are eager to see competitive democracy take root in Mexico. This election is seen as a vote for or against more neoliberalist policies. Obrador's supporters (ACROSS SEVERAL PARTIES) could take to the streets to defend democratic legality against an internationalist fascist Bush-linked candidate Calderon's coup. Such foreign interference in Mexican elections has already been noted: Mexican arrests of Bush family linked Choice-Point election corporation from the U.S., which was illegally found in possession of Mexican voter rolls, according to Greg Palast. [ full story ]

Evidence of Systemic Gov't Election Racketeering Mounts in Mexico, Witness Comes Forward: IFE employee Loar Cibac Pereira Sanchez said that he was working in one of the electoral agency's regional offices (in Saltillo, Coahuila). He confirms that on Sunday night, as he was entering election results into the IFE PREP system computers, his boss, Jose Luis Fernandez Mier, "ordered him to type in vote tallies favorable to Calderon and threatened to transfer him to a rural office if he didn't obey." Read More

Mexico Vote Fraud's Death by a Thousand Videotapes; Obrador reveals tapes, audio, photos
Mexico Splits in Half: the Election Hits the Streets

A full week after the most viciously contested presidential election in its modern history, a Florida-sized fraud looms over the Mexican landscape and the nation has been divided almost exactly in half along political, economic, geographical and racial lines.

Video, audio and photographic evidence of election fraud surges daily. It is the dominant news story in Mexico.

Obrador released a similar video of election officials in PAN-controlled Quer?taro changing the vote tallies to create more votes for its candidate. The PAN does not deny the facts.

It simply claims that those cases amounted to normal, allowed, functions by election officials. The public temper rises with every such justification. Moreover, the disputed election pits an indignant Indian and mestizo underclass that believes AMLO was swindled out of the presidency by electoral fraud against a wealthy white conservative minority that controls the nation's media, its banks, and apparently, the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE), Mexico's maximum electoral authorities.

Lopez Obrador charges the IFE and its president Luis Carlos Ugalde with orchestrating Calderon's uncertain triumph.

Dump Ballots, Misenter Totals, Calderon Family Did IFE compters:IFE admin should be jailed
author: Al Giordano
ballot boxes/ballots dumped from Obrador stronghold of Nezahuacoyotl; others photoed in Veracruz & Mexico City (other bases of Obrador); fourth photo, from paper La Jornada, shows 3 completed ballots found in Mexico City garbage can: 2 for Obrador, other for PRI's Madrazo. --- IFE employee Loar Cibac Pereira Sánchez said he was working in one of IFE's regional offices. He confirms on Sunday night, as he entered district-received election results into IFE's PREP system computers, his IFE boss, José Luis Fernández Mier, "ordered him to type in false vote tallies favorable to Calderon and threatened to transfer him to a rural office if he didn't obey." The young man said then a strange electric blackout occured in the district IFE office. When electricity returned, results in computer were inverted--with Calderon then in lead. He also found garbage cans outside his IFE regional building with blank precinct/computer forms. --- What explains IFE chairman Ugalde's rush to pronounce judgment and opposition to vote-by-vote recount (without showing totals) is district votes never really were counted or tallied by IFE. It's a high possibility that vote dumps and IFE "regional computer tally fraud blackouts," replete with fraud orders to IFE staff, are not isolated; if full recount ordered, ballots will be shown to [1] no longer exist, and/or [2] tallies will "flip back to true", and IFE fraud will be found out. The truth: No "recount" occurred on Wednesday, before or since. IFE just re-tallied already fradulent IFE district tallies. Instead, investigation found that in small less than 1% sample of precincts where true count was allowed, a shift away from Calderón was so drastic that, if real counts of all ballots followed same trend, IFE "results" would invert, with Obrador winning by more than 1 million. IFE & media claims of a "clean" electoral process are false. IFE admin should be jailed.

7/28/2006 02:01:00 AM  
Blogger ericswan said...

Why should any election won or lost affect the future of any country? The process is flawed. Stephen Harper makes decisions for the Canadian citizen that do not support him. In the last British Columbia election, we voted on the concept of rep by pop. This change would require a two thirds majority to become law. Only 2 ridings in all of B.C. voted against the referendum and they were both in my home town of Kamloops. Apparently, this was enough to lose the referendum.

Winner takes all is a concept long past it's usefulness.

7/28/2006 08:27:00 AM  
Blogger Doc said...

perhaps the means to get equivalent representation in congress is to open the field to other professions than barrister and business owner. If 435 different professional organizations each appointed one person who was well respected in their professional community - then perhaps we could devalue the system at a rate that doesn't rival 1929. But who am i kidding about the possibility ever happening anywhere beyond a Heinlein novel.

7/28/2006 09:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At the risk of more firmly cementing my role as a resident pessimist, I think things are gonna need to get a good deal uglier here in the US before any kind of substantive social uprising will occur. Even as bad as things have gotten, regarding the erosion/theft of civil liberties and democracy, people are still just to damn comfortable/medicated/distracted to care enough to actually do something about it, especially if they see that something as a threat to said comfort. In my experience, people don't make drastic changes in their lifestyle until they are forced to do so. It's very much the same as the addict who needs to 'hit bottom' before they can change. Unfortunately, the bottom that many people hit is about 6 feet under.

7/28/2006 12:56:00 PM  
Blogger iridescent cuttlefish said...

If we can get back to the weather for a moment, I have a question that maybe some of you guys could answer. Has anyone heard of or read the research into HAARP, ELF, and chemtrails being done by one Clifford E Carnicom? First off, I have to confess that I’ve only just skimmed the surface of it at his website
and that I’m not only alarmed at his tentative conclusions but also at his collaboration with the closet Nazis over at Rense. I realize that if this research is honest, then my own personal distrust and antipathy toward Rense is irrelevant (although, really…what’s the point of exposing the rise of totalitarianism if you’re running the Protocols on page 9, along with fawning elegies to poor, misunderstood Uncle Adolf?) At any rate, these are some of Carnicom’s unsettling conclusions, which appear to be substantiated by some sort of evidence, not that I can verify any of it:

A meeting has taken place recently between an investigative researcher and a well placed military source. The identity of both parties is to be protected. The source has intimate knowledge of at least one aspect of the aerosol operations, and asserts the following:

1. The operation is a joint project between the Pentagon and the pharmaceutical industry.
2. The Pentagon wishes to test biological diseases for war purposes on unsuspecting populations. It was stated that SARS is a failure as the expected rate of mortality was intended to be 80%.
3. The pharmaceutical industry is making trillions on medications designed to treat both fatal and non-fatal diseases given to populations.
4. The bacteria and viruses are freeze-dried and then placed on fine filaments for release.
5. The metals released along with the diseases heat up from the sun, creating a perfect environment for the bacteria and viruses to thrive in the air supply.
6. Most countries being sprayed are unaware of the activities and they have not consented to the activities. He states that commercial aircraft flying are one of the delivery systems.
7. Most of the "players" are old friends and business partners of the senior Bush.
8. The ultimate goal is the control of all populations through directed and accurate spraying of drugs, diseases, etc.
9. People who have tried to reveal the truth have been imprisoned and killed.
10. This is the most dangerous and dark time that I have experienced in all of my years of serving this country.

This information is relayed without qualification, as I am knowledgeable in the level of integrity of the researcher that has made this information available to the public. There is both risk and restraint that has been exercised in the preparation of this statement.

Clifford E Carnicom
Jul 26 2003:

And this:

Six significant effects or mechanisms of ELF radiation upon human health have been identified through initial research on this topic, including but not limited to:

1. human mental functioning, influence and control
2. disruption of cellular metabolism
3. suppression of the immune system
4. genetic modification and/or DNA effects
5. influence upon free radical formation
6. cyclotronic resonance

Now, there’s much, much more than what I’ve posted here—Carnicom’s site is simply massive, but the general drift of the research so far is summed up thusly:

The Big Picture: Secretly Altering The Environment
Diane Harvey

What all the evidence is slowly but surely adding up to is a vast project, carried
out in secret, and consisting of a multitude of sub-projects, whose purpose is
to radically alter, at the very least, the atmospheric environment. This is being
carried out illegally, without the knowledge or consent of the very citizens who
are funding it. In this respect alone we are, I believe, looking at the largest
criminal act in the history of the human race.

Therefore the painstaking documentation of each possible aspect of this
program is of inestimable value. As we steadily come closer to understanding
the true magnitude and outrageousness of this deliberate secret transformation
of the very atmospheric envelope of the planet, we will need ever more careful
organization of our thoughts and materials. We began with chemtrails, and
following the tracks has led us to contemplating an almost inconceivably
complex, interconnected, multi-purpose, and criminally secret program.

Yet however complex, this illegal secrecy, combined with the unfolding picture
of a hidden group possessing both the means and the hubris to alter a
planetary atmosphere, must be exposed. This is already not only the greatest
imaginable subversion of the democratic process, but it may well turn out to be
the most perilous and life-threatening of all short-sighted quasi-scientific
military/governmental/corporate exploits.

It is beginning to look as if the actual purpose of all that we have been
investigating is nothing less than the actual physical transformation of the
earth's atmosphere in order to provide a platform for the latest
chemical/electromagnetic technologies of warfare, communication, weather
control, and control of populations through "non-lethal"
chemical/electromagnetic means. And what this portends for the future in
terms of any meaningful retention of human freedom, and even the very life of
the planet itself, is entirely unknown. Therefore it is not beyond reason to
suggest that unless this project is forced into the light of public scrutiny, by
means of the relentless efforts of a relatively few dedicated citizens, human
freedom itself and perhaps even all life on this planet may be at risk.

Again, has anyone read this stuff? Is it Rensian disinfo or is it the real thing?

7/28/2006 01:07:00 PM  
Blogger Citius64 said...

1. Its is so easier to attack being Anonymous...

2.No, questioning the Right does not mean you attach our democracy, but a serious analysis needs to observe and analyse the Mexican left too... I dont know about Florida, because I know better about my country.

3. Do you think Indymedia always says the truth? And López Obrador? I think the North (European, Canadian, American) left is being conned by him, as may times before many "heroes" from the left did. Remember how Chomsky and Pinter defended Milosevic? How García Márquez defends still Castro? How Foucault defended the ayatollahs? I dont trust the Right or Calderón neither. I trust the Mexican people, that counted the election...

3. So, that´s why is so intriguing López Obrador disputes the votes for the presidency, but not the votes for senators and deputies his party won: the same people counted all these votes. The same one million mexicans, that counted three times the votes July 2nd, not the IFE. We hope the Electoral Tribunal, after reviewing the process will tell who won, but also it can ask for a recount if it is needed.

4. The election is not finished, so if you wantdont trust me or López Obrador, but dont read just indymedia please. The world is wider...

5. "Mexi boy", wooow, amazing how the courtesy of some people can be so big. Thanks for the ad hominem attack dialogue pal...

7/28/2006 07:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been reading up on this stuff for the past two years, Johnny-come-lately!
Try looking up at the sky sometime. Especially on a clear sunny morning and watch the high flying white aircraft laying down the criss cross trails of gunk. Watch how it spreads out and eventually blocks the sunlight.

Why are they doing this and what is it? I dunno but what Carnicom says makes sense to me.
Another thing, what's with the anti-Rense stuff? I think the monsters who wrote the Protocols may be behind all of this. Everything else in those writings seems to be coming to fruition.
Forget the anti-semitic crap. This has nothing to do with jews who are being duped just like the rest of the sheeple.

7/28/2006 07:03:00 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

Anon 6:49

Very well articulated.
But why the apology for using a matrix analogy? It seems to be very fitting more and more every day-especially from my corner of the pond, which is predominately military.
But allow me to come to my point-that being your premise of fighting back.This topic has been brought up on RI before, and everyone had different ideas.
Not to sound overly paranoid-(is that possible these days?), but it is well known there are neo-con blog shills out , some of which have visited this site. It is not too far to imagine that Jeff's site is under the careful watch of some country's/ group or powerbase's NSA. That would include YOUR comments and mine.
You say things like-damn, we should of stayed at the anti-war rally a little longer, and rightly so, but did YOU?
Until you face an IRS Tax deficiency petition or weeks in a jail cell because you were "loitering on private property"-don't talk to me.
The legal costs and the lost pay at work (presuming you still have your job when you get out), will be more than enough to instill a dread to become a hero in the future.
If one has a family, the pressure is multiplied.
I do not mean to be overly pessimistic, but look at the facts. They know this, and are applying this to us ALL.
When you are in the middle of a nightmare, all you can think of is how you can wake up.

7/28/2006 09:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Apropos the RI music feed: I recommend the new Muse album, 'Black Holes and Revelations'. It's got some of the most scathing conspiracy/political lyrics I've heard in a while.

'Spell / cast a spell / cast a spell on the country you run / and risk / you will risk / you will risk all their lives and their souls'

'Oppose and disagree / destroy demonocracy'

There's both an antiwar and a violent civil war vibe underneath it that makes me feel conflicted, but at least it's talking about this stuff.

A nice liner notes photo of the HAARP installation, too. It's pretty!

Purchase and Consume.

7/28/2006 11:43:00 PM  
Blogger iridescent cuttlefish said...

Anonymous 7:03,
I absolutely agree that "jews...are being duped just like the rest of the sheeple." But, you see, the Protocols are part of how they're being used (again) and Rense is very much part of that effort. The Zionists are making targets of outrage of themselves among anyone with an ounce of compassion for innocent civilians, while among the NWO-fearing crowd, the old propaganda is being circulated again, this time with the aggression of Israel to fuel the fire.

The Protocols were forged by Mathieu Golovinski, a propagandist who had been sent into exile after getting into some trouble in Tsarist Russia. The Tsar’s secret police, the Okhrana, contacted Golovinski, who was living in Paris, because certain factions back in Mother Russia feared the modernization that the Tsar had begun to initiate and decided that a diversion, preferably a threat, was needed to stall the reforms. The Tsar already hated the Jews, so the solution presented itself, so to speak.

Golovinsk, an astute propagandist, was contacted, and he came across an obscure pamphlet written in 1864 by a writer named Maurice Joly who very much detested the imperialism and the resultant infringement of liberty in France under Napoleon III. In Joly’s satirical pamphlet, "A Dialogue in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu,” Machiavelli and Montesquieu are discussing a plan for world domination by Napoleon III.

All that Golovinski really did was substitute “Jews” for “Napolean.” If you compare the text, side by side, it’s not just plagiarized, it’s almost verbatim. Since Jews were nearly universally despised after so many centuries of being the most convenient scapegoat for all the evils of European life, the Protocols gained numerous adherents, despite being shown to be a forgery. One of the most famous of these adherents was Hitler, who quoted whole sections of the Protocols in Mein Kampf, which brings us back to Rense.

You ask, Anonymous, what my problem with Rense is: this is it, well mainly, anyway. People are suspicious and angry about 9/11—what better way to steer attention away from the real masterminds than by detaining the conspicuously celebrating Mossad agents in the van on the Jersey side of the river as the buildings are still falling (very professional), followed by the “discovery” of the Mossad phony art student ring, and then topping it all off with Silverstein and Netanyahu engaging in serial Freudian slips (“we decided to pull it"/"It’s very good for Israel”)? It’s just too goddamned convenient. And since the fear that makes the Protocols believable to some is still around, what better way to breathe new life into it than by making it seem as though the Jews really do control the world? It's the classic self-feeding fire.

I don’t know what deal with the Devil the Zionists have made to sell their people out again, but it’s as obvious as the one these Gott-mit-uns, so-called Christian Fundamentalists have made. I don’t buy any of it. Meanwhile, Rense not only pushes the Protocols; he even paints admiring pictures of fucking Hitler! This is disinformation at its most ham-fisted. “Yeah, the fascist Israelis were behind 9/11, and everything else, and by the way, you know what a great solution would be? The National Socialists were really just victims of Allied propaganda and…blah, blah, blah.” We were the victims of Allied propaganda, not the Nazis, and we still are This is why I don’t trust anything put out by Rense—he’s an obvious tool of the folks he purports to “expose.” And what better way to discredit legitimate exposes, possibly this Carnicom stuff, than by covering it with the odious stench of Rense?

7/29/2006 12:44:00 AM  
Blogger ericswan said...

I would like to know more about the author who wrote the folk tale about the "Emperor's Clothes"

Carnicom is three cars back on the chemtrail express.

Anon said..I don’t know what deal with the Devil the Zionists have made to sell their people out again, but it’s as obvious as the one these Gott-mit-uns, so-called Christian Fundamentalists have made.

That infintisimal not of this world
synaptical gap called "choice" or choosing is the dimension of the "principalities". zero and one. On or off. Choose.

7/29/2006 04:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THYSSEN, FRITZ (1873-1951)

Germany's leading industrial tycoon and a partner of Averell Harriman who supported Hitler financially for 13 years, beginning in October 1923. Thyssen had a falling-out with Hitler in 1936 and fled to France in 1939. Thyssen told the American OSS in 1940 that he had seen Austrian documents proving that Adolf Hitler was the illegitimate grandson of Baron Rothschild of Vienna, and that these documents were responsible for the assassination of Dollfuss in Austria, who had originally compiled them. Thyssen's story was later confirmed by Hansjurgen Koehler. Thyssen was extradited to Germany by the Vichy government in 1941, and survived several concentration camps. After the war, he emigrated to Argentina.

7/29/2006 04:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whatever about chemtrails, yes - - could well be something there, however we don't need to guess about whether we are all being poinsoned - - we are, by depleted uranium, coating Iraq, killing our service men and women slowly over time and coming soon to your lungs via the scum, "civilian" and otherwise, who run the Pentagon (I think I read somewhere HK's fingerprints are all over this one, like so much other mass murder in our time . . .) - - every year due to unique climate patterns the dust in Iraq's desert clime is picked up there and scattered all over the planet - - doesn't take many of these irradiated dust particles in your lungs to do the job. Among other things about this our government is actively trying to suppress is the fact, besides the birth defects, cancer, etc., that this poison causes diabetes, now a worldwide epidemic (the grossly obese Americans coming down w/type 2 provides quite a nice cover, "its their lousy diet don't ya know, maybe eat the McDonald's salad instead . . .":

Yet one more reason why all of us need to care about the mass murder our government is committing in the Middle East, your life is also quite at issue - - with or without secret chemtrails . . . Sleep well.

7/29/2006 06:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe this has already been posted on this blog, but did anyone else catch this article?


By Jason Lewis, The Mail on Sunday

22nd July 2006

Border guards seized a British lorry on its way to make a delivery to the Iranian military - after discovering it was packed with radioactive material that could be used to build a dirty bomb.

The lorry set off from Kent on its way to Tehran but was stopped by officials at a checkpoint on Bulgaria's northernborder with Romania after a scanner indicated radiation levels 200 times above normal.

The lorry was impounded and the Bulgarian Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NPA) was called out.

On board they found ten lead-lined boxes addressed to the Iranian Ministry of Defence. Inside each box was a soil-testing device, containing highly dangerous quantities of radioactive caesium 137 and americium-beryllium...

7/29/2006 07:12:00 AM  
Blogger High Power Rocketry said...

I just did a really simple post on
Morgellons disease just to introduce my readers to the topic. I know you guys here might know the disease in much more detail. Please feel free to join us in the comments to help guide the discussion.

7/29/2006 08:25:00 AM  
Blogger iridescent cuttlefish said...
Anyone taken Betty's test yet?
(The rest of the site is also a scream, for the uninitiated...)

7/29/2006 09:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You have woken up. It's how you wake others that now becomes imperative. With the greatest respect the atomised perspective of your post is what precludes most action. The illusion is that we are all impotent individuals. In this world view power resides elsewhere: the classic question is "but what can I do?". But take RI: I put it to you that none of us here continue reading just to get our pessimistic jollies. We come here in the hope that amongst all the horror, an answer will somehow present itself, a way out of the coming conflagration. As atoms we are tiny. Here, we are not atoms: we are a body united in hope. The limbs of that body are currently malnourished and atrophied, with only a dim awareness of each other. Every time you introduce a new reader to RI, or raise awareness of the pathology of deep politics, it gains in strength. Think of the first time you realised there were people that thought like you, the thrill of it, the hope you felt. Think of embers meeting fresh kindling.
Here in Ireland, 5 people faced imprisonment last week for damaging an U.S. Navy C48 supply plane in Shannon. This action was potentially devastating to their lives. The jury unanimously acquitted them. Did I go home at the end of the anti-war protest? Yes. Did the jurors in this trial? Probably. Did that preclude them from finding consensus for justice within a system heavily weighted against such a thing?
Embers and fresh kindling.

7/29/2006 12:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymouse said...

THYSSEN, FRITZ (1873-1951)

Germany's leading industrial tycoon and a partner of Averell Harriman who supported Hitler financially for 13 years, beginning in October 1923. Thyssen had a falling-out with Hitler in 1936 and fled to France in 1939. Thyssen told the American OSS in 1940 that he had seen Austrian documents proving that Adolf Hitler was the illegitimate grandson of Baron Rothschild of Vienna, and that these documents were responsible for the assassination of Dollfuss in Austria, who had originally compiled them. Thyssen's story was later confirmed by Hansjurgen Koehler. Thyssen was extradited to Germany by the Vichy government in 1941, and survived several concentration camps. After the war, he emigrated to Argentina.

What you are spouting here is proaganda, put out by Skull & Bones member Chip Farrar he was in the 1918 cell, a very powerful cell. A year afyer another powerfu cell, the 1917 grouping, which included Prescott Bush.

After the war, Thyssen completely disavowed the book and said he had nothing to do with it. It was propaganda to help cover-up the Bush/Union Banking scandal and as always many other various propagandic outputs. One being the false meme of Hitler being a Rothschild. It plays into the public's fascination with conspiracy theory, especially at the extremes. And you can't control the center unless you control the extremes.

For various reasons certain dialectics are chosen to introduce conflict , which is then used to create problems abd "solutions" leading to something different , anon, anon.

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7/29/2006 12:48:00 PM  
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Anti-war demonstrations just don't cut it any more. They were totally an artifact of the television era, a product of two factors: (1) That at a time when news was dominated by a one-way broadcast medium, the most reliable way to get your message out was via that medium, and (2) that under the conditions of the 60's and early 70's, the tv networks were willing to show anything that boosted their ratings, even anti-war demonstrations.

Things are different now. The networks are more beholden to the government, less interested in anything that resembles real news, and content to minimize and mock the demonstrations if they show them at all. On the other hand, the good news is that we're not dependent on tv anymore. We can put our own message out, and do it in a far more concentrated, directed, and interconnected way.

This shift has been partly obscured by the fact that we're still seeing mass demonstrations in other countries that seem to have an effect on their respective governments. But those are mainly countries with a genuine revolutionary tradition, so that their demonstrations have a storm-the-Bastille flavor about them that makes the politicians nervous. Either that, or they have parliamentary systems where forcing a loss of confidence can make a government fall.

(Not to mention the likelihood that all those "color" revolutions were a CIA shuck from the git-go, stage-managed for effect.)

None of that is true of the US. No amount of demonstrating is going to overthrow the Bush regime or make Republican senators stop supporting it. And lacking nervous sheriffs with dogs and fire hoses, the Gandhi/King model of civil disobedience isn't going to produce much in the way of consciousness-raising either.

So forget massive public demonstrations -- they're as last-century as massive over-hyped rock concerts. The fundamental questions that have to be addressed are what do you want to achieve? and how can you best accomplish it?

Ultimately, I think, the answers come down to communication and education. The more people know about what is really going on in the world and how it affects them, the more likely they are to make well-informed decisions. That ain't rocket science.

But on the less-than-ultimate level, there are crucial battles being fought right now involving the attempts of government and complicit businesses to shut down open communications, and our so-far pitiful attempts to prevent them.

For example, there is this proposed law, intended to keep MySpace out of schools and public libraries, which would apparently also exclude all interactive websites whatsoever, including blogs like this one, any sort of message board, even sites like Amazon where you can have a profile and exchange information with others. In other words, that would reduce the Internet to a form of passive consumption like television.

I don't know the best way to fight something like that. One possibility that occurs to me is a coalition of the left, the libertarian right, and tech firms to raise awareness and generally make a fuss. Another is a general push to promote inexpensive personal computing and net access, so that the young and the poor aren't dependent on government-funded institutions like schools and libraries. A third involves vaguer thoughts of hackers, civil disobedience, and means for routing around impediments.

But I'm not trying to tell anybody what The Solution is, because I sure don't know it. I'm just trying to suggest that everyone get their head out of the 1960's and think about what we can do right now -- given available resources and limitations -- to deal with the problems of right now and stay one jump ahead of the forces of repression.

And, oh yes -- given that the forces of repression are going to know everything we do before we even do it, we have to figure out how to make that fact irrelevant. "Security through obscurity" can't cut it any more -- but there are many ways of being invisible, perhaps the most important of which is not looking like what the people who are after you expect to find.

7/29/2006 02:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Our race is the Master Race. We are divine gods on this planet. We are as different from the inferior races as they are from insects. In fact, compared to our race, other races are beasts and animals, cattle at best. Other races are considered as human excrement. Our destiny is to rule over the inferior races. Our earthly kingdom will be ruled by our leader with a rod of iron. The masses will lick our feet and serve us as our slaves."

- Former Israel Prime Minister and terrorist, Menachem Begin (who won the Nobel Peace Prize)

7/29/2006 02:20:00 PM  
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7/29/2006 02:27:00 PM  
Blogger AJ said...


Oh ! Ireland! Not to dispel the bravery of the people for their attempt to back peace ,but it seems to me the hammer comes down much harder on citizens here in the US than other countries when they attempt to criticize the current administration. One does not know how much 'freedom' one has unless you criticized leaders that reside IN your country and have a vested interest in your actions.

But I apologize for my depressive post. I did not mean to convey a sense of resignation or surrender.

Once the PTB have you by the economic/legal balls there is not much you can do except pray. It is not a happy time. Anyone that intends to do some civil/public demonstrations had better remember that. But as you said, there is a time and place for such things, and IF we stand together we can accomplish much. Which suggests a lead group or leaders that are given power by groups such as us to rally and support.

Well Jeff, are you ready?

ET in Arcadia Ego once said that

"I would rather know there ARE monsters under my bed beforehand, rather than find out at midnight during their feeding time."

Starroute- Absolutely agree. I did not mean that demonstrations were the only way to get a point across these days-especially in America. Most people don't even know who Jeff Gannon was/is. Speaking of which, I had the gall to call the local paper and talk to one of the editors about why they had not run a story on such a significant point as the Gannon/Press/Male Escort Service when it came out. They had some bullshit horror story about a case that happened 10 years ago, and were running the special on the front page for days. The Gannon story was nowhere to be found.

The editor's comment? "Why, we can't please everyone . Sorry."

It was interesting to note that at first he pretended to have no idea what I was talking about, then suddenly' remembered' and agreed with my points of issue.

7/29/2006 02:53:00 PM  
Blogger iridescent cuttlefish said...

Here’s my take on what you’re getting at (my views tend to echo yours to a high % in frequency and modulation.) I think that despite the headstart that the dysto-pianists have in their grueling opera of death, the anti-entropic and endlessly harmonizing forces in the universe will unknowingly outwit them in the end.

Take this internet policing crap: theirs is the game of repression and containment, while ours is one of fractal expansion—information will out. (Inspiration is obtainable from the future positivists, Rudy Rucker, Vernor Vinge, Spider Robinson, Charles Stross and a long list of other visionaries who've freed themselves from the constraints of "non-fiction.") I used to be very nervous about the growing Panopticon, until it occurred to me that the lenses could (and will) be made omni-directional: what power will Poindexter exercise when we can just as easily watch him prancing in front of his (two-way) bathroom mirror in his (or someone else’s) underwear as he can snoop on our library records? If a dork like Gary McKinnon can hack her deepest webs, Shelob doesn't have a chance.

Information/education/battling the bullshit of empire is something we can do, with far more effect nowadays, than arena-style protests, which were actually most effective as televised images anyway. (Although I still love the concept of the Yippie exorcism of the Pentagon, even though the demon wasn’t actually evicted and the building may not have really levitated, as some friends of mine still claim.) It is a battle of images, to be sure; the elections are cooked, and the corporations own the process and the parties anyway, but the drones are dubious, despite the 24/7 saturation by the likes of Anderson Pooper and SchlocksNews. Which image cuts through the haze, Rick Santorum wanting to wrap his protective arms around your children, or some radical-ass Freeway-blogger asking how much you trust Darth Cheney? (

7/29/2006 02:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The Internet makes it easy to find people we agree with. Maybe it's time to kick that habit.

I feel now much like a kid who ate too much Halloween candy -- there's a taste in my mouth that tells me I overdosed. I fell victim to one of the Internet's most seductive illusions: the false reassurance of the echo chamber.

7/29/2006 03:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...


The Internet makes it easy to find people we agree with. Maybe it's time to kick that habit.

Gee, I would have said the Internet makes it far easier to find people we don't agree with. At least, it's worked that way for me.

As well as having some good arguments, I feel I've changed my mind about a lot more things in the last 5 years than in the previous 20.

7/29/2006 04:06:00 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

The next step will include war. Here. In the 'civilized world'.
It will be between those who accept the Bullshit that CNN and our government offers and those who have lost their homes, jobs and 'freedoms' with evidences to the contrary.

"Aye. Fight and you may die. Run and you will live - at least, a while. And, dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days, from this day to that, for one chance - just one chance ­ to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they will never take our freedom?"
-William Wallace, as played by Mel Gibson in the movie Braveheart

ps. Excellent idea anon 338! May I suggest a pleasant visit to our friends over at the Rottweiler?
Be sure you share your feelings..

That should cure you.

7/29/2006 04:44:00 PM  
Blogger Sounder said...

anon 3:38 said,

"I feel now much like a kid who ate too much Halloween candy -- there's a taste in my mouth that tells me I overdosed. I fell victim to one of the Internet's most seductive illusions: the false reassurance of the echo chamber."

Sure, passive consumers will be victims, yet presumably you question so as to increase your discernment. We do not like to be fools, and yet our dualistic meta-narrative encourages citizens to be one kind of fool or another, religious or secular.

We will do better when we stop always having to agree or disagree with others. Rather we may simply ask what possible substance is contained in the words and forms being presented. When we start asking better questions we will start getting better answers.

7/29/2006 06:31:00 PM  
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7/29/2006 07:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, 4:44. Just wow. I at first got the impression that that site might have been a spoof along the lines of Landover Baptist, but as I read more, came to the sinking realization that it was serious. This is a guy who unironically uses the Imperial logo from Star Wars in his header...

I subject myself to occasional visits to Free Republic, but this goes beyond.

There is no middle ground in this country anymore- you are with the imperials or against them. So I sadly must agree with AJ- sooner or later, it's going to be war.

7/30/2006 01:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As to getting out of the fix we are in, perhaps we should take a lesson from Machiavelli -- find the points of leverage so that we may turn the strength of the enemy in the right direction. When you cannot defeat your enemy by force, you must win through subversion.

7/30/2006 02:51:00 AM  
Blogger Sounder said...

I watched part of the C-span segment on 911 theories last night. I skipped most of it because it pains me to see so much ill focused frustration. I did happen to catch the, what do we do section, as this is where my interests lie. These are good people looking through the glass darkly, trying to penetrate to others encased in amber.

Iridescent Cuttlefish, yes the “the anti-entropic and endlessly harmonizing forces in the universe will unknowingly outwit them in the end.” Irie, I responded to your kind comments at my blog and also posted a paper called Creativity Unleashed, which I invite you and other interested parties to read and hopefully discuss and develop. This is a social project.

We are indeed all in this together, thanks Jeff

7/30/2006 08:23:00 AM  
Blogger AJ said...

Yes it is all too real UA.

The most hideous part is that the PTB have
used the one of the largest growing mainstream fanatics of religion to orchestrate their will and intent.
By publicly denying stem-cell research as a token for the sanctify of life, they are given blanc -checks to do whatever they wish in the eyes of "True Believers".
As it is written in Biblical (inerrant) Scripture : It is God ordained to honor and pray for those who rule over you.

I descern that Jeff Wells is very familiar with this concept and its logical conclusion.

This not only has shades of economic upheaval and the inevitable loss of freedoms-
but of religious catastrophe.

7/30/2006 09:11:00 AM  
Blogger ericswan said...

We are doing things badly. First and formost, recognize other people for who they are. They are the same as you and me. I attended a protest march in New York City in the summer of 1983. Just before I was about to enter the park, I pulled up, climbed on top of a phone kiosk and started writing down all the groups with signs names and if possible, where they were coming from. People, every walk of life was in the march for peace. My work was interrupted by a very big policeman who sidled up and insisted I get down. The public march was millions headed into Central Park and here I was faced with a dilemma. Do I or do I don't.

I climbed down. My list was long enough. My faith in humanity in general and citizens of the United States in particular had been vindicated. When I got to the park Bella Abzug was speaking but I was so far away, I could not see the bandstand or here her words. I could here the bands including Bob Dylan but their voice is muted by their relationship to Big Brother.

The press coverage was mute. The number of participants was 3 million but the press reported l million. I was asked along the march not to stand in the middle of the Hiroshima survivors by a reporter who was dutifully told that he could take a flying leap. I was a victim of radiation and I was comfortable marching with the monks. I guess I ruined his photo-op.

My point for clarity; We are the majority. The snow job on us is by a very few. Trust your fellow man to do the right thing when the time comes for doing things right.

7/30/2006 02:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Along those same lines, as EricS wrote, and in rejection of the hellhounds of warmongers like AJ, who are nothing more than bugeyed freaks who want to see chaos reign and hell on earth:

There is more to heaven and earth, strategy and tactics, than is dreamt of in your sorry-ass military philosophy when you holler with your blood lust up:

"Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war."

To wit:

The military order Havoc! was a signal given to the English military forces in the Middle Ages to direct the soldiery (in Shakespeare's parlance 'the dogs of war') to pillage and chaos.


One text in English that comes nearer to defining the term is in Grose's 'History of the English Army', circa 1525:

"Likewise be all manner of beasts, when they be brought into the field and cried havoke, then every man to take his part."

Wm. Shakespeare was well aware of the use of the meaning of havoc and he used 'cry havoc' in several of his plays. The 'cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war' phrase is from his Julius Caesar, 1601.

After Caesar's murder Anthony regrets the course he has taken and predicts that war is sure to follow.


Blood and destruction shall be so in use
And dreadful objects so familiar
That mothers shall but smile when they behold
Their infants quarter'd with the hands of war;
All pity choked with custom of fell deeds:
And Caesar's spirit, ranging for revenge,
With Ate by his side come hot from hell,
Shall in these confines with a monarch's voice
Cry 'Havoc,' and let slip the dogs of war;
That this foul deed shall smell above the earth
With carrion men, groaning for burial.

The term also appears in Coriolanus, much more pointedly so -

"Do not cry havoc, where you should but hunt with modest warrant."

These are far wiser words of which to take heed than your loose-lipped, adrenalized lustings after war. You are a shallow thinker, with words to match. And that is a dastardly combination.

Havoc yourself.

7/30/2006 04:11:00 PM  
Blogger AJ said...

anon 411-

Who ever accused Neo-Con Shills for being uneducated?

It certainly takes courage to post anonymously when you viciously attack other's with different points of view , not only which are showing your cowardice in
full-life-living-color, but are attacking half the people on this board by proxy.

If you are outraged with my perception of current events and the logical outcome because you hold to a pacifist belief, then I humbly apologize. Pray tell us your suggestions.

However, aside from dividing the issues, I do not believe that is the case or that you have any.

7/30/2006 05:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AJ = Neo-Con Shill

You who smelt it, delt it.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is time to grow up 304

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