Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Knowing 100% everything with Bush is a facade, a lie, and inconsistency I thought about this all night in regards to today's events plus the latest!

Knowing everything Bush says and does is a lie and a facade of concern "the exact opposite of what we are told" so he can follow his hidden agenda of a new societal, middle east, and world order, I remembered a classic childhood example of inconsistencies you will enjoy. Robert who I just found out is quitting us is the only other person I know that heard this. I am greatly disappointed about that because now is not the time to drop out. Anyway have a pleasure before I remind you of Bush's inconsistencies!

One fine day in the middle of the night,
2. Two dead boys got up to fight,
3. Back to back they faced each other,
4. Drew their swords and shot each other,
5. One was blind and the other couldn't see
6. So they chose a dummy for a referee.
7. A blind man went to see fair play,
8. A dumb man went to shout "hooray!"
9. A paralyzed donkey passing by,
10. Kicked the blind man in the eye,
11. Knocked him through a nine inch wall,
12. Into a dry ditch and drowned them all,
13. A deaf policeman heard the noise,
14. And came to arrest the two dead boys,
15. If you don't believe this story’s true,
16. Ask the blind man he saw it too!
Inconsistencies

Now you know I constantly point out that absolutely 100% of everything, everything Bush does is an inconsistency, a lie, a facade in order to cover up reality and what he is clandestinely trying to achieve. Absolutely nothing is as it seems. First, I told you airport security is a joke and a facade only to give the appearance to the public that they are safe. They are not! Today's proof before we list the facades created so this new order agenda can be followed! Everything is an inconsistency, a lie, a facade!

Of the 28,000 commercial airline flights that take to the skies on an average day in the United States, fewer than 1 percent are protected by on-board, armed federal air marshals, a nationwide CNN investigation has found. That means that a terrorist or other criminal bent on taking over an aircraft would be confronted by a trained air marshal on as few as 280 daily flights, according to more than a dozen federal air marshals and pilots interviewed by CNN. The investigation found those low numbers even as the Transportation Security Administration in recent months has conducted tests in which it has been able to smuggle guns and bomb-making materials past airport security screeners.

The air marshal program began in 1970, after a rash of airline hijackings, and it was expanded significantly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Specially trained to safeguard passengers and crew aboard crowded aircraft, air marshals were seen as a critical component in the overall effort to secure America's commercial aviation system. One pilot who crisscrosses the country and flies internationally told CNN he hasn't seen an air marshal on board one of his flights in six months. A federal law enforcement officer, who is not affiliated with the air marshal service and who travels in and out of Washington every week, said he has gone for months without seeing a marshal on board. Neither individual wanted to be identified because neither is authorized by his employer to speak out. Lies of security

* Life today is a Facade! I am so sick of the inconsistencies, the lies, the facades, only to cover the real agenda, new societal, middle east, and world order, at any cost both financial and moral! Sadly no one listens to the facts and it is approaching zero Hour! I was going to list the facades but the more I think of it I challenge anyone to show me anything at all that is not a facade here or anywhere in the world that this idiot has his hands in! 9/11, war on terrorism, concern for average Americans, The environment, our lives, our country, middle east peace as they desire it and not him, World peace as the world desires it not him, his desire for peace and not war, Anything, Anything, I challenge you! I am sick of living this A to Z lie and being powerless to get the truth heard of to make a difference. The lie of election. The lie of Democracy. Tell me a truth this idiot speaks!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma
http://www.anaveragepatriot.com/

11 comments:

Weaseldog said...

Why do we need airport security?

Aren't we sacrificing the lives of young men and women in Iraq to appease OBL, so that he'll make his terrorists stay in Iraq?

Since the terrorists can't leave Iraq, there is no need for security in the USA.

an average patriot said...

weaseldog
You know, I wouldn't doubt at all if that is what Bush the idiot thinks. Stupid me I thought security was on every flight. I am so sick of the lies. Where is the friggen money going? No wonder the issue of plane security was secret. There isn't any. AAARRRGGGHHH!

Larry said...

The Clique Jim:

America’s Ruling Clique

By Charles Sullivan

Neoconservatives derive much of their political strength from the portrayal of big government as the enemy of the people: a belief that plays only too well in America. Big government is indeed the enemy of the people when it does not serve the people’s interests, or when it betrays them.

Where the neoconservatives and the chicken hawks have been spectacularly successful is in the field of perception management. The super rich—or the ruling clique—constitutes no more than 0.1 percent of the US population. Yet they control the mainstream media, every branch government, the electoral process and the country’s major financial institutions.

Thus, 99.9 percent of the people are being manipulated and cannibalized by a tiny but powerful minority. It is the interests of this powerful minority that are served by government and it is their interests that are defined as the national interest or as national security; and it is hardly benign. Robbing the poor to pay the rich causes irreparable harm to the victim.

There is a continual conflict between the super rich and the remaining 99.9 percent of the people in this nation. Not only is democracy subverted when a tiny minority rules over a large majority, the majority is diminished and betrayed, and social and economic servitude is instituted. The relationship is not only adversarial; it is fundamentally unequal and unjust. You have a situation where a large majority suffers all of the hardships and makes all of the sacrifices but the small minority reaps the reward, without incurring any risk themselves. One should never call this intolerable and immoral situation a democracy.

Through subversion, coercion, and intense perception management the ownership class always gets what it wants, and almost always at the expense of the working class. We pay the price and someone else reaps the financial reward.

Consider, for example, the invasion and occupation of Iraq by the United States military and who has benefited financially. The military, comprised almost entirely of working class women and men, is being used to secure Iraq’s nationalized oil fields and turning them over to private firms and foreign investors. Those firms have profited from the theft of Iraqi oil by the United States armed forces without running any risks themselves.

The armed forces ran the risks for them, and turned the profits over to private oil companies who subsequently realized record profits. The entire country has been similarly privatized by a host of corporate predators. War is a form of corporate welfare cloaked in patriotic language. One need only follow the money to understand what it is really about.

Similarly, George Bush is not fighting a war against terrorism as he purports: he is committing unconscionable acts of terrorism against innocent people, and his cohorts in congress are providing him the funds to do so. It is not Islamic terrorists that are spying on law-abiding citizens and intercepting their emails or tapping their phone lines; it is the United States government, authorized by Bush.

The president behaves like a fascist dictator because he is a fascist dictator representing the interests of the ruling clique, while masquerading as a protectorate of the people and the national interest. Never lose sight of the fact that Bush is an emissary for the ruling class to which he belongs and it is on their behalf that he is acting, not ours.

Consider also the fact that thousands of no bid contracts were awarded to private corporations with connections to the Bush White House—such as Halliburton, Bechtel, and Blackwater during the occupation of Iraq. Thus, it is evident that terms such as free trade and free markets are not only misleading, they are disingenuous and fraudulent.

Not only is the ruling clique stealing the wealth of other nations through overt militarism, they are simultaneously bankrupting our nation’s economy. Their intent is to privatize government in hopes of changing it from a service oriented entity into a for profit body. Their goal is to eliminate all social spending in order to further facilitate the ruling clique’s personal wealth creation, and to finance future military invasions; to impose capitalism on the world by means of brute force and coercion.

If they are successful, those with enough money to buy services that are now provided by the government will continue to enjoy those services. Those who cannot afford to pay: the poor, the elderly, the sick or injured, the unemployed and uneducated, will just have to suffer and die. They will be forced to subsist on whatever they can beg, barrow, or steal and slip into the realm of non-persons. It is worth noting that the infrastructure for delivering those goods and services were created with public funds. As always, we are talking about socializing costs and privatizing profits.

Paradoxically, neoconservatives and their media cohorts have succeeded in persuading working class people of modest incomes, conservative and liberal alike, into supporting a wide range of policies that are detrimental to their class, especially those with the lowest incomes.

That is the role that neoconservative icons like Rush Limbaugh plays in the corporate propaganda apparatus. While actually part of the ruling clique, Limbaugh has persuaded his followers that he and his economic brethren are on their side. In reality, Limbaugh and his class are preying upon the fears and prejudices of his followers while accruing tremendous personal wealth from their support, much like George Bush. Such is the power of disinformation, fear, and propaganda.

Limbaugh’s mindless blathering is like the kiss of Judas. He and his kind are impervious to scientific fact and without empathy for the people they so ruthlessly exploit.

Leaving no economic stone unturned, the ruling clique is even privatizing the military. The average soldier assigned the rank of private first class receives a yearly salary of about $40,000; whereas a mercenary working for Blackwater—a private defense contractor—doing the same job in the same place, earns about $400,000. The mercenary soldier costs tax payers ten times more than the government soldier for the same services and is not accountable to anyone.

The privatization of the military began under former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, and it continues to this day. Private contractors have such close ties with government these days that it is difficult to tell where the private sector ends and government begins. There are revolving doors that continuously sweep corporate executives into government and government officials into corporate board rooms. That is how fortunes are made in Washington: through crony capitalism and theft.

Rumsfeld, a man who sanctions torture, has long deified Milton Friedman, of the Chicago School of Economics; and it is Friedman’s economic and social theories that are being put into practice. Lest anyone think that the disciples of capitalism are limited to the neocons, they aren’t. Every contending presidential candidate is a Friedman disciple. The president, his entire cabinet, and virtually every member of congress are disciples of Milton Friedman; and that is why voting does not often significantly change policies: the ideology behind them remains the same, regardless of who is in power.

That is where this country is heading but most Americans are sitting on their hands and allowing it to happen. The people need to know what is being done to them and who is responsible. We the people must organize and mobilize to protect ourselves from the ruling cabal or we will be forever cannibalized by them.

Like it or not, we are all in this together and long term survival will depend upon our ability to organize and to cooperate with one another. It will require long term economic boycotts, strikes, work slow downs, dramatically curtailed consumption, civil disobedience, sustained protests, self-education and personal sacrifice. The key is to get organized as quickly as possible.

Larry said...

I bet Bush is proud of this ranking Jim:

Britain is world's 7th most stable and prosperous nation

Michael Evans, Defence Editor


The United Kingdom has been ranked as one of the most stable and prosperous countries in the world, beating the United States, France and even Switzerland in a global assessment of every nation’s achievements and standards.

A one-year investigation and analysis of 235 countries and dependent territories has put the UK joint seventh in the premier league of nations. The top ten comprise also the Vatican, Sweden, Luxembourg, Monaco, Gibraltar, San Marino, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands and the Irish Republic.

The US lies 22nd and Switzerland, normally associated with wealth and untouchable stability, is rated 17th, losing points in the assessment of its social achievements.

The bottom ten, surprisingly, do not include Iraq. They are listed as Gaza and the West Bank, Somalia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Ivory Coast, Haiti, Zimbabwe, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic.

The UK received high marks despite the deployment of combat troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, the suicide bombings in London on July 7, 2005, the continuing threat from home-grown terrorists and the collapse of the Northern Rock bank.

The global check on every country recognised as an individual state or territory by the United Nations was carried out by Jane’s Information Group and is published today.

Christian Le Mière, managing editor of Jane’s Country Risk, which compiled the ratings, said: “The UK is a very stable country. But the top 20 or 30 countries are all stable. There are terrorist groups in the UK but there are effective security forces to deal with them. We took the July 7 bombings into account but the UK still came out very well.”

He acknowledged that it was a little unfair to put the Vatican at the top because it did not face the sort of threats and economic pressures of other countries. But under the rating system, which took into account each nation’s political structures, social and economic trends, military and security risks and external relations, the Vatican state scored an average of 99 out of 100. Sweden and Luxembourg were also rated 99, with the UK not far off, with an average of 97, but scoring 100 for its politics, economics and external relations.

Mr Le Mière said that the US had fallen down the scale, although it still scored an average of 93 out of 100, partly because of the proliferation of small arms owned by Americans and the threat to the population posed by the flow of drugs from across the Mexican border.

He explained that Iraq had managed to escape the ignominy of being in the bottom ten because, despite “extremely high levels of violence”, it had a “relatively stable Government” that controlled a significant area of the country and had good economic prospects. “Unlike Afghanistan, where – despite the presence of more than 40,000 foreign troops – the Government exercises poor control over large parts of the country and where 50 per cent of the economy is dependent on the opium trade,” he said.

Mr Le Mière gave warning of worrying trends in Africa where, he said, there was likely to be a struggle for resources. He added that it was the first time that a rating system for countries had been carried out on such a grand scale. The Jane’s system differed from government assessments of country risk because it was based entirely on objective analysis, “with no politicisation of the intelligence”, he said.

Most stable:

Every country has been given a risk rating out of 100 for all-round stablilty

1. Vatican 99

2. Sweden 99

3. Luxembourg 99

4. Monaco 98

5. Gibraltar 98

6. San Marino 98

7. Liechtenstein 97

8. United Kingdom 97

9. The Netherlands 97

10. Irish Republic 97

US: 22nd equal 93

Most unstable:

Central African Republic 39

Democratic Congo 38

Chad 38

Zimbabwe 38

Haiti 38

Ivory Coast 36

Afghanistan 36

Sudan 35

Somalia 29

Gaza and West Bank 27

Iraq: 10th equal from bottom, with 44 points.

an average patriot said...

Larry
It all boils down to what I said in this post! lies, Deceit, subversion, inconsistencies, misconceptions, lies,control, Lies the new truth. That is life today in America in a nutshell tempered with false hope!

an average patriot said...

Larry
I commented on this yesterday in a couple of places I saw it. It struck we that the most successful were small westernized Nations and the least successful all Muslim.
That can be written off as their desire to live close to the ground but I think not as you notice we have been in and affected every damn one of them negatively. We didn't do anything to them naw!

landsker said...

My mother visited the States not so long back, to visit one of my sisters who married an American and now lives in Colorado.
On returning, she passed through Texas and Miami, where she changed planes, and was duly searched and frisked.
She wondered why those nice young folks at the airport should want to body-search a seventy-nine year old woman, but she didn`t mind, she found it flattering that at her age, at least someone wanted to look beneath her clothes.

an average patriot said...

Landsker
My hat is off to your mother! Knowing that it is all a joke, just another of the numerous facades, this one to make people feel safe I am not happy with it myself. I wouldn't mind if I knew the system was working the way we are told it is but it is not!

an average patriot said...

Landsker
My hat is off to your mother! Knowing that it is all a joke, just another of the numerous facades, this one to make people feel safe I am not happy with it myself. I wouldn't mind if I knew the system was working the way we are told it is but it is not!

Brother Tim said...

And then we have US Airways that hires cowboy pilots for their commercial flights and end up shooting holes in the cockpit fuselage

an average patriot said...

Brother
You don't miss a trick! I didn't pay much attention to this so thanks. I was wondering when the first accident would occur or worse a pilot losing it .