Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Shell Game



  1. He indeed has balls M, but he can't sell him here.

  2. Excellent sketch Mr. M. So many shells and so little time.

    Add this to the list.

    Take a good look at the man in the photo. He looks as though he climbed out from beneath a shell.

    It is pure insanity. More troops being sent to these illegal wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, into the meat grinder

    Now a potential attack on Iran?

  3. Good call M. I heard ya! Bravo brother.

    Thanks to C-span for allowing these calls.

  4. What was your name M? Mandy or Mandate? Good call! Of course Nosferatu kept repeating his same line, "holocaust deniers & Bo's birth certificate.........what a monster.

  5. Chertoff: "uh, I must have missed that report about missing trillions, uh"

    a) flat out lie
    b) incompetence

    Chertoff: "you know, in the cold war, we worried about bombers and missiles..." "and that's why we had radar" ....."in the war involving terrorists, uh, we don't have radar that's gonna detect, a, bombs and missiles that are that are that prevent attacks...." duh ...."what we have is intelligence"

    Q: Was this "intelligence" thing introduced before or after 9/11?
    A: No. The shift Chertoff mentions as if it were a reactionary something new, was planned well in advance as was documented here; / Introduction, page "ii" excerpt;

    "In broad terms, we saw the project as defense budget and prospects for military building upon the defense strategy outlined modernization, the state (training and by the Cheney Defense Department in the readiness) of today’s forces, the revolution waning days of the Bush Administration. The Defense Policy Guidance (DPG) drafted in the early months of 1992 provided a blueprint for
    maintaining U.S. preeminence, precluding the rise of a great power rival, and shaping the international security order in line with American principles and interests. Leaked before it had been it had been formally approved, the document was criticized as an effort by “cold warriors” to keep defense spending high and cuts in forces small despite the collapse of the Soviet Union; not surprisingly, it was subsequently buried by the new administration."

    "You don't know what you can get away with until you try." - Colin Powell

    The shift from the cold war strategy to the wildfire terrorists are everywhere so we must rob you of your freedom strategy was decided upon decades ago. The cold war lasted a few decades. Military strategists KNEW WELL IN ADVANCE of the need for "change". To seel that off, CIA work with neo-military entities in Afghanistan and the surrounding area began in the 1950s. In other words, the transition to this new strategy began in parallel to the offset of the cold war.

    Chertoff, a dual citizen, is not even remotely aware of what we are aware of.