Painting Horns and Moustaches

Painting Horns and Moustaches

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America’s Press Addresses JFK Dissent

In the weeks leading up to the actual date of the 50th anniversary of the murder of President John F. Kennedy, the news media, we had noted, had, for the most part, adopted a rather low-key approach on the question of who actually perpetrated the crime.  The press, it would appear, was following the dictum of CIA Document 1035-960, “Concerning Criticism of the Warren Report,” “We do not recommend that discussion of the assassination question be initiated where it is not already taking place.”

One notable exception was James Reston, Jr., writing on November 20 in USA Today, the daily lowbrow counterpart to the Sunday Parade magazine.  He touted his new book whose purpose is to throw cold water on any talk of conspiracy by floating his theory that Lee Harvey Oswald’s real intended target was Texas Governor John Connally.  He begins this way:

What possesses the American public still to believe there was a conspiracy behind the murder of John F. Kennedy 50 years ago?

hornsandmoustache-1In a History Channel poll last year, the astonishing figure of 85% of those polled subscribed to the belief. Lee Harvey Oswald must have been a “patsy” of a Mafia organization, people think, or the agent of a foreign government such as Cuba or Russia, or even the tool of a sinister CIA. Surely there had to be a vast and evil empire behind so well-planned and orchestrated a plot.

It’s a comfortable notion for Americans. There’s only one problem: Conspiracy theories are nonsense. There is no credible or convincing evidence of a conspiracy, not by Mafia gangsters or foreign governments or even by U.S. intelligence agents. And yet the rubbish keeps spilling out in print and celluloid. It appears very likely that these fantasies will dominate the American commemoration of Kennedy’s death on Friday.

When what the man says is precisely the opposite of the truth prima facie one really can’t have a lot of confidence in what he says in his book.  It’s not at all a “comfortable notion” to believe that we are ruled by murdering gangsters who pay hacks like Reston to tell us otherwise.  It’s in spite of how it makes us feel rather than because of how it makes us feel that we believe that there was a conspiracy, Reston’s wave-of-the-hand dismissal notwithstanding.  It’s the evidence and it’s common sense.  And speaking of fantasies, his suggestion that the controllers of our airwaves and our print media would allow conspiracy talk to dominate the commemoration is just about the biggest fantasy anyone can imagine.

As anyone who is only dimly aware of his surroundings could have predicted, on Friday, November 22, 2013, America’s news media went all out once again for the one-lone-nut explanation of the crime. (Make that two lone nuts counting the Mafia-connected Jack Ruby, but his name was hardly mentioned.)

But should we really expect anything else from Reston?  As we reveal in “Watergate Lies Multiplied,” Reston’s father, the famous New York Times reporter and columnist, was at the very heart of the secret cabal that the son would have us believe does not exist.  In that earlier article I speculated that there was something peculiar about Reston’s three-year Army tour.  It has since come to light and is now on his Wikipedia page that he was an intelligence officer.   That is to say that he was, and very likely still is, what a lot of people suspected his father was, a spook.

November 22, 2013

On the actual date of the 50th anniversary the media’s velvet gloves came off as the coverage reached a crescendo, sort of like the finale of a fireworks display.  For that one day, all hint of subtlety in defense of the official story was gone.  CNN did show some of Jim Garrison’s rebuttal of NBC, but for all of about 5 seconds, and then they lit into him as a fraud in the customary fashion (see all of Garrison’s rebuttal below).

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“Conspiracy Theorist”

Dissenter Robert Groden was interviewed briefly in Dallas, but as he spoke CNN put the caption “Conspiracy Theorist” on the screen below him.  They might as well have painted horns and a moustache on him, which is pretty well what this “Conspiracy Theorist” charge amounts to from an analytical standpoint.  CNN’s Anderson Cooper had the critic Dr. Cyril Wecht on to debate Gerald Posner on the “magic bullet,” and he got all the better of it to my mind, but Cooper, the supposed neutral moderator, repeatedly referred to “the assassin Oswald,” the fact of which is what is at issue in any discussion of the magic bullet.  He also set the stage for the exchange by presenting uncritically the new “findings” of Luke and Michael Haag about that incredible bullet.

The Washington Post, though, might well have been the worst.  At the conclusion of my previous article I described their front-page article by Joel Achenbach this way:  “In its malevolent mendacity, it is quite similar to their 1999 article written upon the death of Secretary of Defense James Forrestal.”

In doing so I might have violated the Thomas Sowell admonition that I am fond of quoting, “Specify, don’t characterize.”  So let’s get down to some specifics.  Here’s Achenbach:

The official story, first promulgated by the Warren Commission, describes the assassination as the act of one man. The Oswald-acting-alone narrative is a small one, and kind of meaningless. The assassination, in this telling of events, was an unlucky alignment of the stars. Which suggests that history can pivot more or less randomly. There is a special terror in that — the notion that huge things can happen for no good reason.

Against that story comes a wide variety of alternative narratives. Many invoke that second gunman on the grassy knoll. Or perhaps multiple gunmen. Or as many as 10 shots in Dealey Plaza. Oliver Stone’s “JFK” has three separate sniper teams.

Here’s Patti Martin, 52, of Oklahoma City, standing in Dealey Plaza hornsandmoustache-1a few feet from where Kennedy was hit in the head: “There’s too many gaps. There’s no way there was one gunman.”

The gaps, the unknowns, the inconsistencies . . . the shadows . . . the “coincidences” . . . the anomalies . . . the things that just don’t seem right.

Patti Martin: “Why would he have waited until here?” Meaning this spot on Elm. “He had a perfect shot at that corner.” (In fact, he’d already taken two shots, closer to the corner, but whatever!)

BUT WHATEVER?!  Did you see the horns and moustache he painted on poor, well-meaning citizen Patti?  “Whatever” is the surly putdown of a middle-schooler; it is not the proper writing of a reporter of news in a supposedly respectable newspaper.  Is this man a journalist, or is he a naked propagandist, watchdog or lapdog?

If you learn nothing else from Oliver Stone’s JFK you learn that Patti Martin’s point is right on the money and that Achenbach is playing the disinformationist here.  Patti said “on the corner,” not “nearer to the corner.”  JFK takes you to the actual window and lets you look at the view below.  You are perched right at the corner of Houston and Elm Streets.  The motorcade comes toward you on Houston and turns left onto Elm.  The target is square and slowing for the turn as it comes toward you.  It is moving across your field of vision from left to right and a tree intervenes once the car is on Elm.  So, as a lone gunman with a rifle with a scope and a bolt action—which means that finding the target in the scope will be difficult after shooting and chambering the next round—when do you take that precious first shot, knowing that that might well be the only one you get?  You take it on the corner, as Patti Martin can see, or you take it even before that.

Gerald Posner says that Oswald took it when the tree was between him and Kennedy.  That’s his explanation for the bullet that ricocheted off the curb far ahead of Kennedy’s limousine.  He says it glanced off a tree limb first, causing a severe change in its path—another magic bullet, if you will.  The Warren Commission, for its part, has no explanation for such a wild miss.  What is most likely is that the bullet that missed came from directly behind the vehicle around the second floor of the DalTex Building on Houston Street.  That would be, then, where one of the sniper teams was located.  The second would have been behind the fence on the grassy knoll, where the shot would have come from that knocked Kennedy’s head backward and to the left and sent brain matter flying far enough to the rear that some of it landed on a trailing motorcycle cop.  The third team would have been at the “Oswald” sniper spot, explaining the path of the bullet that went through Governor Connally.  That would explain why the shots were fired after the car was proceeding along Elm Street, to catch the target in a withering Crossfire.

That’s the common-sense explanation for what transpired and that was Jim Garrison’s explanation as depicted in JFK.  But in the online version of Achenbach’s “news” article, there is a link to Achenbach’s 1992 lone-gunman-defending article, “JFK Conspiracy: Myth vs. the Facts” at the mention of “three sniper teams.”  In that earlier article Achenbach states flatly that JFK is

“a film with roughly as much historical veracity as your average episode of ‘Lost in Space.’ ”

One has to wonder if Patti Martin actually thought she was talking to a decent, honest man when she consented to be interviewed by Joel Achenbach.

Page AA7 of The Post’s special section entitled “THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION 50 YEARS LATER” is dominated by a big drawing of Dealey Plaza, with buildings, the grassy area, and the motorcade route.  The opening caption is as follows:

DEALEY PLAZA, DALLAS

Overcast morning skies cleared by the time President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy arrived in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, but darkness would soon fall on an entire nation as a lone assassin—perched six stories above the presidential motorcade and parade onlookers—aimed his rifle at the president and fired.

Further down on the lower right of the page there is a box with a schematic showing the supposed trajectory of the “magic bullet.” It is accompanied with this explanation:

Some claim that a single “magic bullet,” which was found nearly whole, could not have done so much damage.  Later scientific analysis supports the Warren Commission single-bullet theory.

So there.

Also in the special section was an article by guest writers Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis.  It is a distillation of their book, Dallas, 1963, recommended to readers in the Nov. 17 issue of Parade magazine and previously characterized by this writer as blaming the assassination on the city’s “climate of hate.”

Pundits Generally Lie Low

Conspicuously missing from the big propaganda fireworks display this time were the sage observations of The Post’s collection of pundits.  They want to keep some measure of credibility, after all, and they wouldn’t have done it by obviously overdoing the insulting of readers’ intelligence.   That would not have been a danger, though, for Reston writing for USA Today or for anyone writing for Parade.  Curiously, The National Catholic Register apparently didn’t think it would be a problem for its credibility with its readership, either.  On November 17 it featured a commentary by the PNAC warmonger, George Weigel, entitled “JFK After 50 Years.”  As with Reston, we have previously discussed this putative Gentile and luminary in the national mendocracy.   See “The Brazen Duplicity of George Weigel.”  The nub of his article is to be found in one paragraph:

hornsandmoustache-1The myth of Camelot, for example, misses the truth about the assassination: that John F. Kennedy was a casualty of the Cold War, murdered by a dedicated communist. “Camelot” also demeaned the liberal anti-communist internationalism that Kennedy embodied; that deprecation eventually led Kennedy’s party into the wilderness of neo-isolationist irresponsibility from which it has yet to emerge.

To make the Red paint stick to Oswald, Weigel overlooks, among many other things, the fact that Oswald’s closest friend in Dallas was the anti-Communist White Russian George de Mohrenschildt and the fact that those Fair Play for Cuba leaflets that Oswald handed out in New Orleans had printed on them the same 544 Camp Street address as that of the militant anti-Castro activist, Guy Banister.  And as Weigel sees it, America’s Democratic Party is apparently lacking in bloodlust for his taste, in spite of the overwhelming support of the Congressional members of that party for George Bush’s gory and aggressive ventures in the Middle East.

Judging by the comments, the publication seems to have underestimated its readers (as did The Post, as indicated by the comments on the Achenbach piece).  This one is from a man named Paul Bennett:

Why are you printing such a mean spirited and foolish attack piece written by the Neocon’s own pet Catholic? Do you not detect the venom and acid he is spreading? Maybe the author is paid to throw dirt upon the names of our honored dead, but I expect more from the Register. Did you even read it? The author tries to erase from history the vision of an American Camelot, still so clear in the memories of many of us. The Kennedy Clan once battled great politicians, and this tends to get dirt on the cleanest of hands, but this kind of character assassination has its own dirty political aims. In what way did having a Catholic president fighting for what is right prevent the “flowering” of American Catholicism? Is the author aware of what has happened to the American Catholic culture since the beginning of Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society”? Of course he is. He is simply using rhetoric to satisfy the foundations that pay him. The Chomsky clones attack from the Left, and the professional Neo-conservatives attack from the Right. Do not confuse the remnants of the Kennedy legacy (who today promote eugenics and are given honors by Bishops) with the works of great men. For if we remember rightly, there was true hope in those days, not the manufactured Sebelius variety of today. Finally, this nonsense about “quickly” deciding to support the Warren conspiracy in the face of all evidence betrays either the author’s foolishness or the influence of his paymasters. Disgusting.

With that concluding adjective, Mr. Bennett quite well summed up the coverage of America’s press of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

David Martin

November 29, 2013

 

Addendum

With all the attacks on the Achenbach article by people commenting online, one might have expected an example or two to turn up among the letters to the editor in the print edition.  For any letter of skepticism about the official lone gunman narrative to appear in the pages of The Post, however, would have broken a 50-year precedent.  What did appear on the “Free for All” page on November 30 were the following three letters, under the heading, From the Kennedy assassination to the tea party:

Bill Minutaglio’s essay in the Nov. 22 special section The Kennedy Assassination, “In 1963, the roots of a paranoid right,” was an exercise in silliness. Minutaglio’s cataloguing of Dallas’s right-wing extremism and hatred of President John F. Kennedy, in an attempt to tie his assassination to the tea party of today (which, for the record, is a movement of which I am not a fan), was a subtle attempt to delegitimize this group.

This is a remarkable act of dishonesty, given that Kennedy’s assassin was an avowed Marxist who wanted to live in the U.S.S.R. or Cuba and who had previously attempted to kill a retired right-wing general. Perhaps Minutaglio’s next essay could be a discussion of hatred and extremism among the radical abolitionists in Lincoln’s time, finishing by subtly implying that John Wilkes Booth was an abolitionist.

—  Jon Lynch, Aldie

 

Thank you for publishing Bill Minutaglio’s Nov. 22 essay as part of the coverage marking the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. It connected today’s political quagmire with the politics of 1963 in a way that I had never understood before. Like many Americans, I am daily confounded and depressed by the ongoing vitriolic rhetoric propagated by the conservative right, which profoundly harms our country, by fomenting hatred and condemning the government to a state of forced inaction on many important pieces of legislation. I was 8 years old in 1963 and well remember the agony of those four days. What I have not understood until now is how similar the time was to present-day politics. I understand that connection now and am more terrified and saddened than ever.

— Rosemary Donaldson, Falls Church

 

Lee Harvey Oswald defected to the Soviet Union and admired communist Cuba. Did The Post mention this in its special section on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy? No, but we were treated to an essay on the parallels between the “paranoid right” of 1963 and today. Rely on The Post to skirt history in order to “round up the usual suspects.”

— Tony Kostelecky, Manassas

 

Now you see why The Post included that Minutaglio article, don’t you?  It distracts the readers with the mainstream press’s usual fanning of the Right vs. Left flame, and then The Post gets to do it some more by printing a sampling of the predictably contentious letters they get about it.  As a bonus, they are able to reinforce the notion that Oswald was the lone perpetrator because two of the letter writers take it as a given to make their point.  Never mind that that view is representative of a minority of Americans, and the further notion that Oswald pulled off his incredible act for ideological reasons is swallowed by an even smaller minority.  Going by the comments online on the Achenbach article, these letters are also quite unrepresentative of the views of the readers of The Washington Post, as well.

 

A Newspaper Toast

Here’s to the letters editor,

The person who rations the word.

His job is to see that vox populi,

Will never, ever be heard.

 

David Martin

December 1, 2013

 

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33 thoughts on “Painting Horns and Moustaches

  1. Today is Black Friday. So, we have Black Monday for Black History and Black Friday for black bargain hunters. What’s left? White Christmas. And the Jew are working on taking that. They’re going to rename it Kike Kristmas and they’ll be lighting their fucked-up Jew candles. Driedle sales will go off the hook.

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  2. ACADEMIC CORRUPTION:
    I don’t mind reading articles about media corruption. I do mind that hardly anyone writes about academic corruption. It’s the other essential element of Jew control. It isn’t lost on me that Professor Jim Fetzer isn’t exactly a professor… he’s a professor emeritus. I have a brother who is a tenured professor at UNC, Chapel Hill. He dances the Lying Jew Jive. They all do. In many ways, it resembles media corruption, i.e., it’s all self-censorship. Self-censorship for good reason. Jew discipine for academics can mean no tenure or it can it can mean no Federal funding once you get tenure. They’ve even fired tenured professors (which is supossed to be impossible, see Chruchill @ Univesity of Colorado). I’d like to think our lying PhD’s would eventually grow a set of balls but I don’t see that happening. These fuckers need to be shamed into doing the right thing. It’s not like they don’t know they’re feeding us full of shit. They know. THEY’RE PhD PROFESSORS! Each one needs to be publically scorned.

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    • Columnist Joseph Sobran put it this way in a December 2, 1997, article on education in The Washington Times entitled, “Up to Speed on Conformity”:

      When I was a schoolboy, back in the sunny 1950s, we used to get solemn lectures on the dangers of “conformity.” Many intellectuals thought Americans were becoming intellectually timid. They were right, but for the wrong reasons.

      Most intellectuals are themselves conformists. They tend to be liberal in their politics and social views and to exert pressure on others to agree with them. This would be natural and pardonable if the pressure took the form of reasoned argument, but too often it takes the form of ridicule, name calling, snobbery and ostracism.

      When the word “extremist” is routinely applied to dissenting views and “out of the mainstream” is used as a dismissal, it’s safe to say that the pressure to conform has become very intense. Why else would these vacuous charges have any force? The recent revolt against “political correctness” is an encouraging sign that many people have had enough.

      Education…has become a form of mass production, to be supervised by the state for the good of the state.

      …the natural result is a population that sets great store by conformity to the mass. In public controversies, most people are chiefly concerned to play it safe. Before they take any position, they ask themselves not “Is it true?” but “What will happen to me if I say this?”

      Even scholars nowadays behave like bureaucrats. And why not? The university, usually state-supported now, has become a form of bureaucracy, where a premium is placed on promotion, security and tenure, while fads and trends, mostly political, exert their own brief tyrannies. Rarely has staying in fashion been so important in intellectual life. (end Sobran quote)

      These developments are dangerous for the future of freedom in the country, and Sobran has only partially diagnosed the malady. The tenure system was created for the purpose of buttressing freedom of thought and freedom of expression. The university would be the one place where one could pursue truth without fear or favor. If a professor’s pursuit of truth were to lead him into dangerous waters, he need not, like so many of his fellow citizens, fear for his job because he would be protected by tenure. Unfortunately, if the extreme reticence of the academic community in the face of not just the Foster scandal, but a host of others related to the presidency and the federal government in general, is any indication, the tenure system is not working as intended. The problem, it would appear, is that the habits of mind and behavior developed to achieve tenure are very difficult to break once tenure is achieved. The supreme irony here is that those achieving tenure, then, are precisely those least fit to make proper use of the privileges thus granted.

      “America’s Dreyfus Affair: The Case of the Death of Vincent Foster, Part 4”

      http://www.dcdave.com/article1/971230.htm

      Those tenured profs at UNC-CH[eat] are keeping mum about the ongoing corruption in their own athletic department, as well.

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      • You’re as good as fired if you can’t get Federal grants for your research. You’ve got to hold your mouth just right. So, I don’t think tenure means much.

        There was a study conducted to discover how the average schmo handles contrary information. I was quite amazed. If you think they would look up current literature on the subject then dream on. They ask whomever is close by if the contrary information sounds reasonable. If it doesn’t sound reasonable to the people they poll, they reject it and move on. The same study calculated the “tiping point” for a contrary idea to sweep a population is 10% (at least 10% have to firmly believe something contrary to the norm).

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  3. The English speaking world in its entirety, spent a traumatizing week under the propagandists wand. Was it some kind of special ritual or what? Science looks way more religious that ever before but then that would have to happen if a power took it into their heads to reorder human relations. I should say the already lower orders relations to the higher orders, wink.

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    • One bomb shell of an article, Greg. Is that guy, Yukon Jack, for real? Coming out of VT, with Gordon claiming he himself is 40% disinfo? We sure could do with a purge. Including us neighbours to the North. But, I don’t really count myself, as a Canadian, any different from an American, too many common denominators. Never mind my country of origin, now it sounds like I’m a commodity, but even across the pond we are dealing with gentiles who need to get out from under the yoke. And as gentile I mean everyone who doesn’t follow the Talmud.

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    • I have been following JB Campbell lately. He is definitely a radical (although I do not think he wrote that article… it doesn’t “sound” like him). JB and Rebecca Carley have started a new radio program together and I should give it a listen. But since I still follow John Friend’s radio broadcast, he recently was on with John explaining the new party. It sounds something like the Golden Dawn Party that has had a bunch of trouble in Greece.

      There are many things in that article that I agree with, including that he calls CI folks “Jew Lites” (just as I have numerous times). I don’t trust anyone that wants to be the evil bastards that are described in the Jew Bible. It is highly suspicious to me that they bitch and moan about Jews, yet want to carry their mantle. The Finck guy is a convicted murderer and all around asshole, but is touted as some sort of CI preacher. Delaney and his cohorts are, too, a bunch of convicted thieves and rabble-rousers that have embraced a sick doctrine that I rail against here fairly often.

      I think that boycotting, in conjunction with this party that will continue to illuminate their control and abuses, IF it gets anywhere (which, to me, would appear to be doubtful), is a decent plan of action. My biggest issue with Campbell is is continuous calling for weapons. The only way I would ever use a weapon against another person is strictly for self defense and to protect my family. To think, for a second, that to take arms against our government is a tactic that will bring anything but death to that person is to ignore what they have been accumulating for years now.

      I know that there are far more deer hunters in Pennsylvania than there are thugs with badges (Campbell talks about the deer hunters often), but they are heavily under-armed against the types of weapons and technology the state has available.

      Some day, it may come down to that confrontation (I hope it never does). I keep praying for a smarter, more organized Gentile voice to stand up, just as this article contends, and in mass, stop this shit in its tracks.

      Basically, what this party seems to emulate from my initial understanding is something akin to the NSDAP. But keep in mind that the population here is many times greater than it was in Germany at the time. This population is also far more “multi-cultural” than was Germany back then.

      It will be much more difficult to bring together all the races that have been pitted against each other by the Jew.

      All these things are what I have called for over and over again.

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      • I think that anyone interested in Campbell’s idea, in addition to listening to the John Friend interview linked above, needs to read what the website says:

        American Defense Party

        This is not really a political party, but basically a rehash of Campbell’s militia initiative.

        They will not vote. Their goal is simply to shut down the Federal Government, which is claimed to be the root of all the problems (and I believe it is the majority of the problem, but that doesn’t address the individuals that support it).

        A non-voting political party dedicated to the shutting down of the suicidal and catastrophic federal system would give Americans an actual means to unlatch the homicidal parasites from our veins and bank accounts. All government is life-destroying cancer but nothing compares with the US federal government for fraud, theft, waste, spying and mass murder. A non-voting party would formalize the idea that federalism must be outlawed. The issue would become Government or No Government, one or the other, because we can easily see where constitutional government has put us. The new party wouldn’t put people in federal office because we want to do away with the federal government and you can’t do that as a part of government.

        This is a common anarchist theme. Which is NOT the same as the NSDAP’s purpose and rationale. So why would they want this “party”?

        For a sense of identity and camaraderie and communications and organization and a common declaration and agreement of purpose. And for organized defense against aggression. Party members would be supported and defended by fellow members if attacked. A position on subversion and treachery can be given once our traditional enemies inevitably react the way they always do.

        The plank suggests, erroneously, that an “interest-free” currency be established (like “Kennedy’s 1963 US Note”, which is NOT what that Silver Certificate was). Perhaps JB misunderstands what that was. The initiative is correct, but he is using a misunderstanding of that particular Executive Order. However, I understand the purpose and agree. No more debt-based currency and one stops the usurious system that has us bound.

        But that may be splitting hairs.

        Some of the changes that they see coming:

        Outlaw the vaccinations of children;

        Mass education on alternative medicine and preventive health practices, prohibition of poisoning the population through fluoridation of water supplies;

        An end to genetically modified plants and animals, an end to fraudulent, subsidized ethanol fuel;

        An end to weather modification (chemtrails, HAARP, etc.);

        Bring all military personnel home and shut down all overseas bases, destroy all weapons of mass destruction and demobilize regular military personnel (no peacetime standing military);

        The United Nations would be evicted from the USA and delegitimized. America would withdraw from all international obligations;

        An end to all foreign aid and military assistance, all of which has profited Wall Street;

        An end to military aggression and “intelligence” (sabotage) activities e.g., Stuxnet;

        An end to federal regulations and taxes and socialist medicine;

        Gun control classified as treason, the right to bear arms not to be infringed;

        Nuclear power prohibited, nuclear reactors decommissioned and decontaminated;

        Reindustrialize America and recreate good-paying jobs;

        No restrictions on travel;

        An end to the lucrative wars on drugs, terror, firearms, poverty and natural health.

        And who can argue with that?

        Some of this is excellent. But some is very loosely described and I am not sure how effective it could be. The call is for the military to join, and if we could get a mass of them involved, there might be a chance.

        Needless to say, this is going to be very difficult, if not impossible.

        (NOTE: The original article that Greg linked to spoke of Jews. The American Defense Party does NOT mention Jews. It mentions Zionists and Israel slightly.)

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        • I sum a lengthy counter-argument in one word. Vietnam. The Feds had every advantage and lost against a group of uneducated subsistance farmers. You start by eroding the Fed’s base of support. Dual citizenship holders, e.g., Rahm Emanual, should be the top on anyones list. Does this mean personal sacrifice? Yup. But, if you’re willing to trade your life, there is no way they can win a war of attrition. They don’t have the numbers. We do. What? You think you’re going to live forever? Get over it.

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          • and er um like …

            you know….mega ditto’s

            and all

            would you consider doing a radio show with John Friend…?

            there’s some white boys that need to know more about stones…

            maybe you could help….

            mazel tov

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          • People can talk mighty tough, sitting in a heated house, sipping on some relaxing tea and fulminating about government abuses.

            But when the SHTF, that’s when the tough guys and gals get separated from the wankers.

            Vietnam? Right, those American deer hunters can hide under that immense jungle canopy that covers most of N. America.

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            • That what I meant by technology. It is so much farther advanced now than in the 70’s, that there is no comparison. But basically, a 30-06 is the same as it was back then.

              I don’t see any way possible that a mass deer hunter uprising could win… without those in the military helping. If they see the abuses and stop submitting to tyranny and join us, then that is a different ballgame altogether. I still hold out some (just a tad) hope for the Sheriff departments and certain police. But even they are greatly out gunned and the technology can be used against them, as well.

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              • surrendering to a false paradigm yields only false hope….

                that is why I truly enjoy Les Visible’s prayer meetings on Wednesday nights…

                and the singing….http://www.smoking-mirrors.com/

                especially the part about all the “Jews” going in the ovens with their worshippers…!

                Steve J. said…
                The attack on your blogsite was done by google inc.

                Happened to me about around now about a year ago on my main websites: http://southeastasianews.org and http://stopfundingisrael.org. I found Google web bot txt webcrawler reports at the exact same minute that ” infected” php files were uploaded in through a wordpress/drupal CMS update flaw.

                The purpose for listing mine and other truther websites I believe was to de-list them from google indexed searches as once they are earmarked as containing malicious pages, they automatically are removed from the searches, and once cleaned need to be re-submitted from scratch.

                Its called online Defamation and it happened to Zen Gardner at the same time as you.

                My guess is they *(The tentacles of the all pervasive octopus) are getting insanely desperate to silence alternative media because to many sheeple are starting to wonder about the genetic heritage of the so-called “Jews”..
                http://www.israelnationalnews.com/
                Keep up the great work!!

                -Stopfundingisrael….in er um..you know, like…REAL TIME !

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            • Stop thinking like a soldier and start thinking like a predator. You won’t win by fighting fair. You pick the time, the place and the method or else don’t fight at all. Be patient. Look for windows of opportunity. Hit him in places he’s not expecting with weapons no one knew were weapons. A half inch piece of plumbing pipe, a half inch lead slug and a little home-made C-4 makes for an awsome zip.

              Learn from the enemy. We are weak because our best and brightest leaders have been “nutralized”. John Lennon was murdered because he was effective at preaching the wrong message. We need to level the playing field by nutralizing theirs.

              Destroy his toys. The Spanish make a $100 (Gamo) pellet gun with a muzzle velocity approaching mach II. You just cock it once. I’m pretty sure I can shoot the lens out of a surveilence cam faster than they can replace one.

              It’s American style guerilla warfare. Don’t forget to have fun. I’ll be getting me a whole stringer of Ashkenasi ears. Don’t miss out.

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  4. DUH !

    <————— paleo…."Hebrew"…{ever met a Chinese boy named "Roy"} <———-

    ונקבצו בני־יהודה ובני־ישראל יחדו ושמו להם ראש אחד ועלו מן־הארץ כי גדול יום יזרעאל

    the "Bible" is an anti-Jewish compilation, a codex as it were….

    http://biblehub.com/text/hosea/1-11.htm

    and the Talmud is an anti-Israel manual for the manifestation of Bad Faith…

    http://therebel.org/news/editorial/before-and-after/

    but then one would have to have a working knowledge of what actually makes a

    http://israelect.com/reference/Willie-Martin/

    JEW……"Jewish"…..hating Jesus….kinda begs the question, eh ?

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/11/28/alien-ets-hybrids-and-911/
    curiously….

    Earlier this month, senior diplomats from the United States, Britain, Australia, Canada, Germany and France sent a letter to the U.N.’s institutions in Geneva and to the ambassador of Spain, who heads the WEOG, telling them to
    http://www.startribune.com/local/south/233865121.html
    ……. finally admit Israel into their circle…..huh ?

    http://uprootedpalestinians.wordpress.com/2013/11/30/netanyahu-and-almost-the-entire-israeli-political-establishment-have-achieved-a-new-record-in-stupidity/

    Read more: about why "Jews" cannot be Israel, and Israel cannot be Gog & Magog so-called "Jews".

    http://forward.com/articles/188552/israel-may-join-european-group-of-un-human-rights/

    now for some cartoons…

    http://snippits-and-slappits.blogspot.com/2013/11/alternative-saturday-cartoons-november_30.html

    so what is the difference in the street thugs playing knockout….and the "Jewish"….agenda ?

    http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/elderly-woman-city-10th-knockout-game-victim-article-1.1532989

    be honest

    GAG & MAGAG…."JEWS"

    http://kennysideshow.blogspot.com/2013/11/tinker-tailor-terrorist-spy.html

    cannot be the descendants of the Children of Israel in Genesis 49…Deuteronomy 32, & Revelation 7.

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  5. the ironic thing is…

    some people don’t get irony….

    speaking of horns & Moustaches….

    http://www.smoking-mirrors.com/2013/12/a-zombie-apocalypse-on-streets-of-great.html

    Every day they seem to lower the bar…… [NADIR]

    Every day they give more and more examples of their utter depravity and…
    what is that, my friend? What is the point and purpose of those examples?

    It’s evidence, evidence…..

    http://rinf.com/alt-news/editorials/will-israel-come-to-terms-with-iran-deal/

    A MOUNTAIN OF EVIDENCE….

    http://uprootedpalestinians.wordpress.com/2013/12/01/usa-and-saudi-armed-al-qaeda-terrorists-in-syria-targeting-christian-children/

    Carrouthers, Dewey, b. 08/23/1923, d. 11/29/1999, US Navy, S2, Memphis, TN, Plot: M 0 3333

    {oakshire 1972} told me…”Those that reach the top, must first climb the hill”

    http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap131201.html

    Cue Chris Davis….

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/ncaaf–iron-bowl-chris-davis-jr-return-lifts-auburn-over-alabama-into-college-football-lore-043127433.html

    sweet, & delicious….IRONY

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