"The action I am taking is no more than a radical measure to hasten the explosion of truth and justice. I have but one passion: to enlighten those who have been kept in the dark, in the name of humanity which has suffered so much and is entitled to happiness. My fiery protest is simply the cry of my very soul. Let them dare, then, to bring me before a court of law and let the enquiry take place in broad daylight!" - Emile Zola, J'accuse! (1898) -

Monday, June 30, 2008

While A Nation Of Sheep Tremble In Their Sleep; It’s Happening Again and People are not listening!

Street action is coming.






I have repeatedly reminded you that the abuse the Vietnam Vets feel came about when hate and frustration grew so intense that they became the target of the resistance right along with a government deaf to the voice, views and wisdom of the people; and then things turned really ugly. The Democratic Convention has not begun and the ugly head of that venom has appeared in Denver. Do not ever say that I did not warn you! And don’t tell it can’t happen again!

“Recently, there have been local incidents in which military personnel have been verbally assaulted while commuting on the Metro. Uniformed members have been approached by individuals expressing themselves as anti-government, shouting Anti-war sentiments and using racial slurs against minorities.

In one instance, a member was followed onto the platform by an individual who continued to berate her as she exited the metro station. Thus far, these incidents have occurred in the vicinity of the Reagan National Airport and Eisenhower Ave metro stations on the yellow line, however, military members should be vigilant and aware of their surroundings at all times while in mass transit.

Should you be approached by any individuals expressing anti-government/anti-war sentiments, or any other types of direct verbal assault, immediately notify your local police jurisdiction. If riding metro, exit the train at the next stop, distance yourself from the individual, and notify the Metro Transit Police Department.

Here are a few friendly reminders of personal protective measures that can help you to stay safe:

· If possible, do not commute in uniform (military members)

· Do not display DoD building passes, “hot cards”, or personal identification in open view outside of the workplace -Do not discuss specifics about your occupation to outside solicitors

· Always try to remain in well lit, well populated train cars if traveling via metro -Be vigilant at all times!”

Noam Chomsky on 1968 http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2008/05/iraq-war-chomsky-1968-vietnam

And Back To More Bushit!

Amid Policy Disputes, Qaeda Grows in Pakistan

But more than four dozen interviews in Washington and Pakistan tell another story. American intelligence officials say that the Qaeda hunt in Pakistan, code-named Operation Cannonball by the C.I.A. in 2006, was often undermined by bitter disagreements within the Bush administration and within the C.I.A., including about whether American commandos should launch ground raids inside the tribal areas.

Inside the C.I.A., the fights included clashes between the agency’s outposts in Kabul, Afghanistan, and Islamabad. There were also battles between field officers and the Counterterrorist Center at C.I.A. headquarters, whose preference for carrying out raids remotely, via Predator missile strikes, was derided by officers in the Islamabad station as the work of “boys with toys.

CFP: New York Times again exposes “highly classified Pentagon order”

Operation Cannonball... At 10:02 www.nytimes.com posted the Operation Cannonball... was the code name given to the Al Qaeda hunt in story on the Internet.

www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/3724 - 6 hours ago


Crowley (This Broad Is A Coulter Fellow Traveler Nut!) falsely claimed Obama "stole" Ahmadinejad's campaign slogan

Summary: On The Laura Ingraham Show, Monica Crowley claimed that Sen. Barack Obama "lifted his campaign line 'Yes, we can' from the recent presidential campaign of the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad." Crowley claimed that Ahmadinejad used the slogan "We can." In fact, Obama reportedly used the phrase "Yes, we can" during his 2004 Senate campaign -- a full year before Ahmadinejad was elected in 2005.