Sunday, September 30, 2007

Revolutionary Guard, CIA, US Military, all terrorist Organizations, Iran buys more time as Bush and Ahmadinejad's war comes closer! What''s next?

First I hate to say it but I have to agree with Ahmadinejad's recent statement blaming the US for 9/11 and saying we have mismanaged the war. Mismanagement is Bush's nomdeguerre! As we have been saying it seems for years now. Bush and Ahmadinejad's war will happen. Everything is now set in the US and Iran and as expected it looks to be this fall or as son as either side can find the excuse to instigate it!
We now have the Revolutionary Guard which is of course a part of Iran declared terrorist's and the CIA and the US Army now declared by Iran as being Terrorists.The Iranian parliament on Saturday voted to designate the United States' Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Army as terrorist organizations, IRNA, the country's state-run news agency, reported.

The CIA and the U.S. Army "trained terrorists and supported terrorism, and they themselves are terrorists," the parliament said, according to IRNA. The Iranian parliament said the condemnation was based on "known and accepted" standards of terrorism from international regulations, including the U.N. charter. The parliament said it condemns the "aggressions by the U.S. Army, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan" and calls on the United Nations to "intervene in the global problem of U.S. prisons in Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib and secret jails in other countries," IRNA reported, quoting a statement from Iranian lawmakers. That is as far as any semblance of logic went and as they went beyond reason you can read the rest that goes back to WW2 at The link

My question is, knowing that Iran is A Ticking Time bomb what is going to happen next?
Iran will not stop enriching Uranium and has been clandestinely arming themselves as much as possible to defend against what appears to most of us as an imminent attack. Columbia was viewed by Iranian's as a victory for Ahmadinejad, gaining him more support at home. Now He has bought more time to prepare.

In just another set back setback for the United States, Iran won a two-month reprieve from new U.N. sanctions over its nuclear program on Friday. The Bush administration and its European allies ceded to Russian and Chinese demands to give Tehran more time to address international concerns.
An agreement reached in talks here between six key nations and supported by the European Union gives Iran until November to make progress in answering questions about the program that the United States and others alleged is a cover for nuclear weapons development. The decision marks another blow for Washington in its diplomatic struggle to toughen existing U.N. sanctions on Iran, whose leader this week declared to the U.N. General Assembly that the nuclear issue was "closed" and vowed to defy attempts to add new penalties.

The Bush administration had hoped to capitalize on growing international frustration with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's hardline stance in refusing to halt uranium enrichment and reprocessing that he insists are purely for peaceful civilian energy use. But despite increasing support for new sanctions in Europe — particularly from Britain, France and Germany — Russia and China refused to yield, insisting on giving Tehran more time to accept an offer for negotiations in exchange for suspending its nuclear activities. Iran buys more time
Aside from the fact that a couple of my sons are in this I am concerned from the point of view that as Bush prosecutes his money making Forever war there is going to be a war with Iran and soon. Iran is not going to stop enriching Uranium as Bush wants and they are gearing up for war. So I have too ask the obvious knowing this has been occurring for years now. What is buying two more months going to do to us and the obvious end of all this? Neither Bush nor Ahmadinejad is going to relent as they both want war! What is next?
James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Saturday, September 29, 2007

The most dangerous man in the world Bush or Ahmadinejad?

Who is the most dangerous man in the world Bush or Ahmadinejad or their idol Hitler? Connections continue to deepen!
I was just doing research in preparation for a commentary on who is the most dangerous man in the world Bush or Ahmadinejad. As usual things never turnout the way you intend when you start. This is no exception and now I have more questions than ever and I think you will too.
We know of Bush and his Nazi connections as well as the fact that he at least to me is the worlds leading fascist. However while I was checking out facts I saw an article referring to Ahmadinejad as the Muslim fascist, a Muslim Hitler. Makes sense I guess listening to the term Islamo-Fascist I guess, but on the other side of the issue we have our own Fascist, Herr Bush. This started out as a simple comparison then got very deep. I just heard Ahmadinejad called a soldier of God but wait a minute that's Bush. Man are we in trouble!

Bush as you know is creating new societal and world order on our backs amidst ever growing crushing debt

I was just doing research in preparation for a commentary on who is the most dangerous man in the world Bush or Ahmadinejad. As usual things never turnout the way you intend when you start. This is no exception and now I have more questions than ever and I think you will too.
We know of Bush and his Nazi connections as well as the fact that he at least to me is the worlds leading fascist. However while I was checking out facts I saw an article referring to Ahmadinejad as the Muslim fascist, a Muslim Hitler. Makes sense I guess listening to the term Islamo-Fascist I guess, but on the other side of the issue we have our own Fascist, Herr Bush. This started out as a simple comparison then got very deep. I just heard Ahmadinejad called a soldier of God but wait a minute that's Bush. Man are we in trouble!
Bush as you know is creating new societal and world order on our backs amidst ever growing crushing debt, ever decreasing human rights, threats to our individual freedom, perverted unbridled Religiosity, sounds like Ahmadinejad's Iran after listening to President Bollinger. Anyway Iranian President Mahmoud AhmadiNejad took the stage at Columbia University to a blistering reception from the president of the school, who said the hard-line leader behaved like "a petty and cruel dictator." AhmadiNejad smiled as Columbia President Lee Bollinger took him to task over Iran's human-rights record and foreign policy, and AhmadiNejad's statements denying the Holocaust and calling for the disappearance of Israel.

"Mr. President, you exhibit all the signs of a petty and cruel dictator," Bollinger said, to loud applause. He said AhmadiNejad's denial of the Holocaust might fool the illiterate and ignorant. "When you come to a place like this it makes you simply ridiculous," Bollinger said. "The truth is that the Holocaust is the most documented event in human history." of course I started wondering about the school and why Bollinger was talking the way he was.
First , we have Bush imposing his will on the entire world. Knowing we are captive to Bush's will because he is the Decider and that he will soon attack Iran and we will ultimately be fighting Russia and China and we have Ahmadinejad and Bush pushing for a war in the middle east that will engulf the entire world I have to ask, just who is the most dangerous man in the world?

I am sure most of you agree but I think it is the chief warmonger Bush because he is in control of the most powerful military in the world and he is looking to force it on the world to create his new world order in what I now call Bush's Forever war. However this article says it is Ahmadinejad but it really blew me away because of the Nazi history of the schools founder and knowing George Prescott Bush's and what Bollinger was saying in the regard that it was right in line with Bush.

In the 1930s, Columbia was run by Nicholas Murray Butler, to whose name a special sort of infamy attaches. Butler was an outspoken admirer of Italian fascism and of its leader, Benito Mussolini. The Columbia president, who also was in the forefront of Ivy League efforts to restrict Jewish enrollment, worked tirelessly to build ties between his school and Italian universities, as well as with the powerful fascist student organizations. At one point, a visiting delegation of 350 ardent young Black Shirts serenaded Butler with the fascist anthem. Butler also was keen to establish connections with Nazi Germany and its universities. In 1933, he invited Hans Luther, Adolf Hitler's ambassador to the United States, to lecture on the Columbia campus. Luther stressed Hitler's "peaceful intentions" toward his European neighbors, and, afterward, Butler gave a reception in his honor. As the emissary of "a friendly people," Luther was "entitled to be received with the greatest courtesy and respect," the Columbia president said at the time.
It was such a transparently appalling performance all around that one of the anonymous authors of the New York Times' "Topics of the Times" column put tongue in cheek and looked forward to the occasion when "the Nazi leaders will point out that they were all along opposed to any measures capable of being construed as unjust to any element in the German population or as a threat to peace in Europe." Arrogance, though, is invincible -- even to irony.

This is very telling and scary especially when you read the link and see they were talking in regards to Ahmadinejad and not Bush as you may think.

Bollinger clearly had an American audience in mind when he denounced the Iranian leader to his face as a "cruel" and "petty dictator" and described his Holocaust denial as designed to "fool the illiterate and the ignorant." Bollinger's remarks may have taken him off the hook with his domestic critics, but when it came to the international media audience that really counted, Ahmadinejad already had carried the day. The invitation to speak at Columbia already had given him something totalitarian demagogues -- who are as image-conscious as Hollywood stars -- always crave: legitimacy. Bollinger's denunciation was icing on the cake, because the constituency the Iranian leader cares about is scattered across an Islamic world that values hospitality and its courtesies as core social virtues. To that audience, Bollinger looked stunningly ill-mannered; Ahmadinejad dignified and restrained.
Back in Tehran, Mohsen Mirdamadi, a leading Iranian reformer and Ahmadinejad opponent, said Bollinger's blistering remarks "only strengthened" the president back home and "made his radical supporters more determined," According to an Associated Press report, "Many Iranians found the comments insulting, particularly because in Iranian traditions of hospitality, a host should be polite to a guest, no matter what he thinks of him. To many, Ahmadinejad looked like the victim, and hard-liners praised the president's calm demeanor during the event, saying Bollinger was spouting a 'Zionist' line."
Read the whole story

The way I look at it they are all a bunch of Fascists including Ahmadinejad and Columbia seems to have Bush ties and has furthered both Bush's and Ahmadinejad's desire for war. I would be interested in what you think And who you think is the most dangerous man in the world/ that title seems to be shared by Ahmadinejad and Bush with many also deserving the title in this developing mess we call the future. James Joiner
Gardner Ma

George W Bush, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Friday, September 28, 2007

Republican nominees show there's no need to cater to minorities or average Americans as Bush's abusive power is not in danger!

Tuesday I did a story in regards to Hillary Clinton's possible nomination. In it I included information on a story from a very concerned up to snuff citizen and a list of the top 25 censored stories of 2008. I pointed out stories #1 which abolishes Habeus Corpus for any person and not just suspected terrorists, and #2 which moves Bush towards martial law. In effect it repeals the Posse Comitatus Act, which placed strict prohibitions on military involvement in domestic law enforcement.
Just think about those 2 implications alone! Below are the 2 links I sincerely hope you look at. I am republishing them because I noticed last time that there were many comments joking about these very real concerns for all of us, without once checking the well researched facts and laws passed by Bush. I had to assume that anybody but a Bush pundit would be greatly concerned about the loss of basic rghts and protections so the commenters must have been trolls.

First anon paranoid from America Weeps wrote a great piece on the very abused awesome powers the President now has as a direct consequence of 9/11 and The Patriot act, all by the design of Bush's deceptive underhanded Politics. This deserves your attention

As you read what he has put together you must already realize Bush can not allow this excessive power in the hands of Democrats and if you need further proof please look at this frightening list of the top 25 censored of 2008. They are very frightening and sobering. Pay particular attention to #1 and #2 Bush will not relinquish this and can not!

With what I would consider as inexcusable behavior by the top Republican Presidential nominees my concerns are validated. First A Republican debate on Univision, the Spanish-language television network, was canceled this month because Mr. McCain was the only leading candidate to agree to attend. (The top Democratic candidates, by contrast, did debate on the network.)
The decision to skip the forum last nght was criticized in an editorial in The Washington Times, a conservative-leaning newspaper, that said, “It is striking that the Republican front-runners believe that some run-of-the mill fund-raiser is more important than building up their relationships with black and Hispanic voters, groups who flock to the Democratic Party in droves.” You would think that would be a concern unless there is no concern for the loss of corruptive Republican power!

The four no-shows -- former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Sen. Fred Thompson, Arizona Sen. John McCain and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney -- cited scheduling conflicts in saying they could not attend the debate at historically black Morgan State University. They had months prior notice, if they cared they would have made the adjustments. They routinely do it all the time. There is no excuse beyond lack of concern. They have no concern for average Americans or for the loss of the corruptive massive power Bush has gained. will there even be elections?
GOP candidates skip debate

Like Anon I fully expect elections to be cancelled in 2008 and martial law declared, and so will you if you read the last 2 links. It is in Bush's awesome abused power to declare martial law if he sees a danger to his Government and we are the danger. At the very least I expect Bush to attack Iran before Congress can stop him and will call for a Constitutional Amendment calling for Bush to stay in office indefinitely too stay at the helm of his wars.

Anyway you look at it 2008 is going to be hell and I am not just talking the election. Bush will guarantee it one way or the other. In closing I just want to say I really hope you looked at the 2nd and 3rd links! Republicans can not let their awesome corruptive powers in Democratic hands.

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Gotta Love Bill: He's right but feigned Republican outrage makes Democrats back off, Bush's mess will be Divvied up as expected!

Gotta love Bill: He's right but feigned Republican outrage makes Democrats back off, Bush's mess will be divvied up, Watch!
CNN) — Former President Bill Clinton blasted Republicans Wednesday for their recent uproar over a newspaper ad questioning Gen. David Petraeus' credibility, telling CNN's Anderson Cooper their "feigned outrage" was completely "disingenuous."
"This was classic bait and switch — focus on that as opposed to focusing on what's happened," the former president said. Clinton also highlighted a string of past questionable campaign commercials targeting Democrats, and suggested Republicans are acting hypocritically. "These are the people that ran a television ad in Georgia with [former Sen.] Max Cleland — who lost half his body in Vietnam — in the same ad with Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein. That's what the Republicans did," he continued. "And the person that rode to the senate on that ad was there voting to condemn the democrats over the Petraeus ad.
"I mean, these are the people that funded the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth. And the president appointed one of the principal founders of the Swift Boat ads to be an ambassador," Clinton added. "But they're really upset about Petraeus. But it was okay to question [Massachusetts Sen.] John Kerry's patriotism on a blatantly dishonest play that had dishonest claims by people that didn't know what they were talking about. CNN Political Ticker

You have to admit, regardless of what you think of Bill he is absolutely correct but it did it's work as all of a sudden The leading Democratic White House hopefuls conceded Wednesday night they cannot guarantee to pull all U.S. combat troops from Iraq by the end of the next presidential term in 2013. That means no immediate start of withdrawal! "I think it's hard to project four years from now," said Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois in the opening moments of a campaign debate in the nation's first primary state.
"It is very difficult to know what we're going to be inheriting," added Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York. "I cannot make that commitment," said former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina. I hate to say it but knowing Bush has a lot of warmongering to go before we have some chance of getting rid of him, who knows how deep Besides Iran he will have us before he is gone!

Sensing an opening, Sen. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson provided the assurances the others would not. "I'll get the job done," said Dodd, while Richardson said he would make sure the troops were home by the end of his first year in office. I would like to see them started then but it is certainly impractical and very Political to make such a ridiculous statement.
Foreign policy blended with domestic issues at the debate on a Dartmouth College stage, and several of the contenders endorsed payroll tax increases to assure a stable Social Security system.Sen. Joseph Biden of Delaware and Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio, as well as Dodd, Obama and Edwards all said they would apply the tax to income now exempted. Richardson said he wouldn't, and Clinton refused to say. "I'm not putting anything on the proverbial table" unilaterally, she said. Current law levies a 6.2 percent payroll tax only on an individual's first $97,500 in annual income.Biden also said he was willing to consider gradually raising the retirement age, which is now 67. Kucinich said that while he favors taxing additional income, he wants to return the retirement age to 65, where it stood until the law was changed in 1983.

I just want to say that I love the idea of taxing the people a little more, that Bush has been giving breaks too and only wish we could recapture what he gave away. I also say down with Biden and Hooray for Kucinich for wanting to roll back the retirement age to 65. That is the way it should be. It should be up to you not the Government to work beyond that and many of us would anyway.
Now I just want to say that in regards to the games Bush has played with his civil war in Iraq and the fact that it will spread throughout the entire middle east regardless of whether we stay there or pull out eventually, the Senate though it does not matter right now, has it right here. Implicitly criticizing the Bush administration's reliance on the Iraqi central government to unify the country, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday overwhelmingly endorsed the decentralization of Iraq into semi-autonomous regions.
The nonbinding measure sponsored by Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr. (D-Del.) -- which supports a "federal system" that would divide Iraq into sectarian-dominated regions -- won unusually broad bipartisan support, passing 75 to 23. It attracted 26 Republicans, 47 Democrats and both independents.
"Slowly but surely we're building a consensus in the Congress around a way forward in Iraq," said Biden, who worked with conservatives, such as Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.), and liberals, such as Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), to get the measure through. "That is a very hopeful sign." After the vote, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) cast it as an indictment of Bush's war strategy, though the measure will not compel the administration to do anything differently. entire story

This breakup was only one of the givens Bush ignored to get our military back into the middle east. we will discuss Iran tomorrow. I do not understand Bush's aversion to the obvious breakup of Iran. the U.S. helped craft a federated system in Bosnia-Herzegovina that separated Serbs, Croats and Bosnian Muslims after years of bloody civil war. Despite Bush this is going to play out as expected, Sunni against Shiite with the Kurds in the north and they will all be absorbed by willing "partners" despite Bush staying in the middle east that will only worsen matters exponentially.

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Unbelievable Iraq IED Video!

IED explosion in iraq You will watch this over and over and you will be mezmerized
I am trying to figure something out here. Have had a busy day but atleast wanted to get something out here for now.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

A Hillary nomination is what Bush wants, we can't let it happen but Bush will not relinquish his awesome powers to a Democrat anyway!

Saturday the Relentless Liberal wrote a piece on Hillary Clinton saying what we already know and that is that she is favored to win the Democratic nomination with the question, what kind of President would she be also as the first Woman President?
I know this is going to be contentious but fan or not, a Hillary nomination can not be allowed to happen but as I said, not for the obvious if we are too have a chance in 2008 but I am afraid the deck is already stacked against us. please read on. First anon paranoid from America Weeps wrote a great piece on the very abused awesome powers the President now has as a direct consequence of 9/11 and The Patriot act, all by the design of Bush's deceptive underhanded Politics. too much power to give Democrats

As you read what he has put together you must already realize Bush can not allow this excessive power in the hands of Democrats and if you need further proof please look at this frightening list of the top 25 censored of 2008. They are very frightening and sobering. Pay particular attention to #1 and #2 Bush will not relinquish this and can not!

Like Anon I fully expect elections to be cancelled in 2008 and martial law declared, and so will you if you read the last 2 links. It is in Bush's awesome abused power to declare martial law if he sees a danger to his Government and we are the danger. At the very least I expect Bush to attack Iran before Congress can stop him and will call for a Constitutional Amendment calling for Bush to stay in office indefinitely too stay at the helm of his wars.
Anyway you look at it, Bush has come out in favor of Hillary as our nominee saying Republicans will defeat her. President Bush, breaking his rule not to talk about presidential politics, says he believes Hillary Rodham Clinton will defeat Barack Obama in the Democratic presidential primaries. Bush also predicts that Clinton will be defeated in the general election by the Republican nominee. he played her up for a Fall

Since I happen to agree with Bush that Rethuglicans will defeat her she must not be our nominee even though I really do not see 2008 elections happening, but just in case they do. Rove has been freed from the White House specifically so he could do his dirty work against the Democratic nominee. Right now his prime goal is to defame Hillary and he is. They will not allow her in. If you looked at Anon's link they can not let a Democrat in Period.
I believe our best chance if we have any, is Edwards and Obama. Anyway you look at it 2008 is going to be hell and I am not just talking the election. Bush will guarantee it one way or the other. In closing I just want to say I really hope you looked at the 2nd and 3rd links!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Monday, September 24, 2007

Columbia U. President Called Ahmadinejad petty and cruel, I agree but this sounded like a Bushie setup!

I was preparing another story for today but got caught up in the speech AhmadiNejad was allowed to give at Columbia University. I couldn't understand why he was allowed to speak there in light of the tit for tat between him and Bush. After I listened to the President Lee Bollinger introduce him with mass insults I understood why AhmadiNejad was allowed to speak and why Bush didn't mind. It was a Bushite setup! AhmadiNejad sounded ridiculous to me and that had to be the obvious intention of President Bollinger. Can anyone tell me his Political party?
Anyway Iranian President Mahmoud AhmadiNejad took the stage at Columbia University to a blistering reception from the president of the school, who said the hard-line leader behaved like "a petty and cruel dictator." AhmadiNejad smiled as Columbia President Lee Bollinger took him to task over Iran's human-rights record and foreign policy, and AhmadiNejad's statements denying the Holocaust and calling for the disappearance of Israel.
"Mr. President, you exhibit all the signs of a petty and cruel dictator," Bollinger said, to loud applause. He said AhmadiNejad's denial of the Holocaust might fool the illiterate and ignorant. "When you come to a place like this it makes you simply ridiculous," Bollinger said. "The truth is that the Holocaust is the most documented event in human history."

AhmadiNejad rose, also to applause, and after a religious invocation, said Bollinger's opening was: "an insult to information and the knowledge of the audience here." Myself as you know, I do not agree with Bush's stance in any instance but I felt myself agreeing largely with Bollinger and felt AhmadiNejad sounded like a fool defending the indefensible and really harmed the cause of the Iranian people, not that they matter any more than we do.
"There were insults and claims that were incorrect, regretfully," AhmadiNejad said, accusing Bollinger of falling under the influence of the hostile U.S. press and politicians. "I should not begin by being affected by this unfriendly treatment," he said.

He did not address Bollinger's accusations directly, instead launching into a long religious discursion laced with quotes with the Quran before turning to criticism of the Bush administration and past American governments, from warrantless wiretapping to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Bollinger was strongly criticized for inviting AhmadiNejad to Columbia, and had promised tough questions in his introduction to AhmadiNejad's talk. But the strident and personal nature of his attack on the president of Iran was startling. "You are either brazenly provocative or astonishingly uneducated," Bollinger told AhmadiNejad about the leader's Holocaust denial. "Will you cease this outrage?" I'm telling you I am no fan of AhmadiNejad's but this was a setup.
AhmadiNejad said he simply wanted more research on the Holocaust, which he said was abused as a justification for Israeli mistreatment of the Palestinians. Why is it that the Palestinian people are paying the price for an event they had nothing to do with?" AhmadiNejad asked. He closed his prepared remarks with a terse smile, to applause and boos, before taking questions from the audience. Sounded like a Bushie set up

I have to say, AhmadiNejad's reasoning for research into the validity of the Holocaust was absurd and ridiculous. When questioned AhmadiNejad finally agreed that the Holocaust did happen but that didn't mean you shouldn't continue to research it. I would agree if he was talking why the frame of mind that allowed it but AhmadiNejad is arguing for fools.
He foolishly said we still debate God so why is it wrong to debate and question the Holocaust? To an educated audience he sounded like a fool. We saw the Holocaust first hand. We know it happened. We don't have to wonder. It has been 30 years since I was at Dachau. You could smell the bodies then and I am sure you still can. My father was at Dachau at the end as a liberator. We know it happened!

I did agree with AhmadiNejad when he said that the US and Iran could be useful allies if Bush could put differences aside but you know, they will keep being formed and that will never be allowed. I also liked that he invited Columbia alumni to come speak to Iranian students any time. I also agreed with AhmadiNejad on the use of depleted uranium and the damage it is causing to Iraq and beyond but that was about it. he also highlighted that there has been a Palestinian problem for 60 years and Israel can't solve it. He didn't mention forming the Nation of Israel there after WW2 was the problem and he will not allow there to be peace.

Like Bush he is a master at deception and dodging answering the question. I was pretty surprised when he told us how revered and well treated Women were. However, that statement was put in perspective when he was asked about why he mistreated Gays and he ridiculously said they do not exist in Iran. Whoa! knowing there have been Gays in every society I have to say either Iran kills them or they are still in the closet for fear of?
On another note, Oliver North who I have differing emotions about called the UN a circus. well he may be right but tomorrow Bush the number one bad actor and juggler will be there pushing for his new middle east order. In the end that will never happen either. Bush and AhmadiNejad will see to it that no one will have peace and no one will have their way as they both push for their own version.They will assure war!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Everything Endemic to Bush: I finally see the big picture as to Jena, Increased police Brutality, Increased insensitivity, It is all Endemic to bush

I must admit it! I am often slow to react to a story because I am compelled to observe it and see how it unfolds. This is the case with the Jena 6 case and way beyond Racism I do not like the implications and neither will you. I have to say that beyond the obvious double standards being openly employed by the Jena "I use the term loosely" Legal System. Like most I hope, I was shamed and surprised that the obvious bias can be displayed today let alone seemingly accepted until I remembered the environment since Bush's 9/11 and Patriot Act abuse.
The Knee jerk reaction is disgust but I figured this another embarrassing moment in America's civil Rights history that would just play itself out. Wrong! First, my feeling was heightened as Al sharpton I have to point out who always jumps on the bandwagon and is often discredited by a degrading situation and Reverend Jackson as they went to Jena and led a civil Rights March in order to bring attention to what I originally like the rest of you thought was another case of discrimination. I thought the Jena events would point out that nothing has changed and there was still much work to be done.

However, when hearing that the Judge refused to be fair and was openly bragging that despite the unfair treatment the entire world was witnessing the students involved would get the treatment he the Judge deemed appropriate. Needless to say, since their election of Bush and his stacking of the courts It doesn't matter of course but I have no respect for Judges. I remembered the recent needless brutal Tasering of the student, remembered another recent multiple tasering of a woman. The all day long "so called Isolated" cases of daily police brutality and I was getting further sickened realizing there there was something big here and it was way beyond Black and White!
This morning when my radio went off to the usual diet of distasteful news It started dawning on me how deep this is and started putting two and two together as to the worsening brutality and unacceptance in this society of Bush's and his constantly voiced hate for "the Democrat" party and the subservience of all the party stands for.

Anyway, as I watch nooses cropping up after Jena events, not hearing anything officially from either party, and again hearing Herr Bush Decry the "Democrat Party" First I am sick of this ignoramuses childish displays of in your face arrogance and ignorance. Mind-blowing to me is this time it was said by the idiot as he said he would veto the Democrats $35 Billion program to give Healthcare to more children because it was Political and too expensive. WTF!

Then I awoke this morning to hear the chief idiot asking for another $200 Billion for his wars and only for a year. This idiots Audacity, God forbid the children of this country take money that could be used for Bush's illegal new order "Forever War" currently in Iraq but soon costing trillions and coming to a country near you!
Recent events in the country reminded me of the Nazi programs and level of control and unacceptance for deviance from the Fuhrer! anyway Anon's post on Fema concentration camps is what started me in putting everything together.

You know I am a Big Picture person! Look at what is happening around the world and more specifically the country as one "whole Picture" and put it together! We are the enemy to Bush. Not the so called terrorists, he needs them to justify his actions as he clandestinely uses Neo Fascisms to set up his new world order Reich more aptly named the 4th Reich!
Bush has no need for the Democratic party beyond someone to ridicule to create the division he needs to say we are a Democracy but in fact we are no longer as his sole goal is to progress his new societal and world order through his Forever War.
He has no need for the Democratic party that represents all he hates and wants to stop his new societal, middle east, and world order. Remember in his own words he must reduce what he calls "unfunded Liabilities.

The "Unfunded Liabilities" Ruse:
Of late the mainstream media have been parroting claims that the federal government, particularly the Social Security and Medicare programs, have dozens of trillions of dollars in "unfunded liabilities." For example, USA Today ran a long feature in early October 2004 that proclaimed that "the long-term economic health of the United States is threatened by $53 trillion in government debts and liabilities that start to come due in four years." Many other articles, news reports, and commentary have included comparable numbers that make the fiscal future look not just frightening but entirely unmanageable. Just put Bush's trillions in there and have a real hemorrhage.

These claims appear aimed at scaring us into making radical changes in our social insurance system for old people. But whatever the motivation, how scared should we be? What is true and what is phony about the alarms that fiscal disaster is looming just ahead? Unfunded Liabilities Ruse
It is all phony! he is doing to the segment of the population he has deemed counter to his new order cause, what his heroes the Nazi's did during WW2. The Democratic party the idiot calls the Democrat Party with disgust, those we represent, the elderly, the sick, the needy,gays, anyone counter to Bush and his F.U. march to his new order, is in serious jeopardy.
Remember he now has the ability to declare martial Law when he deems the Government in danger. That is his Government not ours, and you and I are the dangers to "his Government. Please peruse this document. You can click on everything and go almost anywhere. Check out the Bush, Nazi, frightening comparisons. Scroll down look around, get involved stopping Bush's Forever War
We are in trouble People!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Saturday, September 22, 2007

2.5 Million Iraqi Immigrants and Bush and Ahmadiejad do their share to spread it throughout the Middle East starting with Iran!

This morning I saw an article on the worsening Immigrant problem in Iraq as they endeavor to escape Bush's so called success. The number of Iraqi refugees trying to flee to industrialized nations has increased substantially in 2007 -- and nearly half are trying to go to Sweden, the U.N. refugee agency reported Friday. Direct result of Bush's successful surge I guess. I have been saying for years now that with every Bush so called Bush success comes further Iraqi suffering in his created hell on earth.

Sweden received 9,300 asylum claims from Iraqi refugees, out of a total of 19,800 claims made to 36 countries during the first six months of this year, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees said. The agency said "the large Iraqi community in that country and its strong social network might account for the high number of Iraqi asylum seekers there." The total number of applications is 45 percent higher than in the last six months of 2006, when 13,600 applications were made. The figures are also more than double those for the first six months of 2006, the agency said.
The figures are based on data provided by 36 industrialized countries to the UNHCR. The United States expects to have admitted only 1,600 to 1,700 Iraqi refugees in the financial year that ends September 30, U.S. officials said Friday. That's fewer than earlier estimates of 2,000 or more for the year. Officials from the departments of State and Homeland Security predict that the number of Iraqi refugees admitted to the U.S. soon will rise to 1,000 a month.
About 2.2 million Iraqis live outside their country, mostly in Syria and Jordan, the United Nations said. Another million have been uprooted from their homes but are still in Iraq officials say. Assistance groups such as Refugees International consider the the situation the fastest-growing refugee crisis in the world.
worst Imigrant crisis in the world

That really is sick! Bush talks about Darfur while he has purposely created a worse situation in the middle east and Bush and Ahmadinejad do their best everyday to spread this to Iran then the entire middle east.

Threats and economic sanctions will not stop Iran's technological progress, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned Saturday at a large parade featuring fighter jets and radar-avoiding missiles designed to show off the country's military might.
"Those (countries) who assume that decaying methods such as psychological war, political propaganda and the so-called economic sanctions would work and prevent Iran's fast drive toward progress are mistaken," Ahmadinejad said at the parade. Ahmadinejad comments come as discussions continue by the United States and its European allies over a third round of U.N. Security Council sanctions against Iran for its refusal to suspend uranium enrichment.
The military parade outside the capital Tehran marked the 27th anniversary of the Iraqi invasion of Iran that sparked the bloody 1980-88 war. Iran used the parade to display its latest weapons, including radar-avoiding missiles, super-fast torpedoes, unmanned surveillance drones, battle tanks and other domestically produced weapons. Some of the trucks carrying Iranian missiles were painted at the back the popular slogans: "Down with the U.S." and "Down with Israel."
Full story

I don't understand the in your face display of weaponry at this fragile time unless it is a push to war and the chief idiot will accomodate him to all our demise. It is only fair to say that Iran launched an arms development program during its 1980-88 war with Iraq to compensate for a U.S. weapons embargo. Since 1992, Iran has produced its own jet fighters, torpedoes, radar-avoiding missiles, tanks and armored personnel carriers. So what does Bush expect from sanctions?
At the same time the US and France are doing their end in this march to war, death, and millions more immigrants. The U.S. and France have reached an agreement on how to pressure Iran to abandon its nuclear ambitions, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Friday.

Meanwhile, at a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Israel accused Iran of lying, while Tehran challenged the international community to send inspectors for a probe of its arch-rival's nuclear capabilities, in a rare and unusually bitter direct confrontation.
Ms. Rice and French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, appearing in a joint news conference, both spoke of the need for new sanctions against Iran. "I think that there's, essentially, no difference . Rice is involved with this so like everything else she has done for Bush, guarantee failure is built in and the expected results so they can say they tried "the facade" of Diplomacy before they were forced to attack and enforce their will and new order or so they think.

This will only end one way as has been the plan all along. The chief idiot would prefer Iran to lay down but he will fight if he must and nothing like sense is going to deter him. The entire will be embroiled! We are all in trouble!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Friday, September 21, 2007

Crushing Debt and Bush's Forever War! I thought I coined a new phrase but no! Peruse this stunning video and Help us!

I was lying in bed this morning thinking of Bush's Nazi like drive to war and as much as he can get in his drive for "new world order. This is frightening. I ask all of you to peruse the video below, contact them, and participate any way you can, our future depends on it! Bush's Forever War
Crushing Debt and Bush's Forever War! I said Bush has plenty of time and his greatest damage is yet to come. after thinking about all the repercussions of what this idiot is doing I now believe that it will not occur until long after he is gone if we are lucky enough to get rid of him. This Forever War he himself has started in the middle east will continue virtually "Forever" and will involve the entire world.
I was thinking about him getting ready to attack Iran knowing he wants us permanently in the middle east and China and Russia who by the was just strengthened their ties with Iran, will come to their defense, and we will be at war with them too.

It reminded me of a book I read while in the service 30 years ago titled "The Forever War" that went on for a thousand years and no one knew any longer why they were fighting and I realized Bush started it but we are in a Forever War and I wondered if China calls in our debt for whatever reason, what will happen?
In the beginning of this the so called Islamists said their stated goal was too drive us off all land around the world they consider theirs so what does he do? He attacks the Middle East. In turn the vow to drive us from Iraq and the middle east and what does he do? he says we will be there permanently. The results are obvious, Bush's Forever War. But how are we going to pay for it?
A new Congressional study finds that President Bush's plans for the US. in Iraq over the next several decades will reach the trillions of dollars, on top of the approximately $567 billion the war has already cost. That accounting assumes a significant troop draw-down -- and still tallies a daunting expense for the United States.
Story and Report

A couple of trillion Dollars for the wars that are coming are a gross underestimate when you look at $567 Billion just for the Iraq War. Look what is unfolding as we speak and will not be stopped. These wars that are no longer under control, they are just developing and will encompass the entire so called civilized world. Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran is coming, this is just the beginning and pretty soon the world..
Bush is getting interestingly and increasingly cocky and I have to ask, when Bush attacks Iran and for whatever reason we no longer have China to purchase all Bush's debt what is going to happen? Will that put an end to bush's new world order drive? China is funding Bush's forever War and his drive for new world order. Are they hoping to fund our Demise?
I as looking at the video I recommended you read earlier that as we are all too familiar with ourselves, starkly draws comparisons between Bush's quietly passed National Security Directive 51 which sets up Martial Law in the US and Hitler's which was called the enabling Act. They also said and I have heard this before, that there are 4 or 5 Admirals and Generals who will mutiny if Bush attacks Iran.
Bush's Forever War

I guarantee you he will. Do you really think a few mutineering Admirals and Generals are going to stop Bush's Forever War? He really has become Maniacal, all jokes aside! We have got to stop this mad man!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Dan Rather Lawsuit! Just Imagine the terrible Injustices that could have been avoided!

Dan Rather Lawsuit! Just imagine the terrible injustices that would have been avoided if he was backed up and not sacrificed!

Dan Rather filed a $70 million lawsuit Wednesday against CBS, alleging that the network made him a "scapegoat" for a discredited story about President Bush's National Guard service. You better believe he was scapegoated and as we all winess, to the demise of the entire world.
The 75-year-old Rather, whose final months were clouded by controversy over the report, says the complaint stems from "CBS' intentional mishandling" of the aftermath of the story. As everyone knows, the media is in Bush's pocket and this was just the first example in a long line of those that were sacrificed in order to protect the facade called George W. Bush. I for one believed Dan Rather but was disturbed as he was wrongly defamed as is standard practice from Rove and other Bush supporters so the living lie called Bush can stay the course of enriching the affluent and stay his course of new societal. middle east. and world, (dis)order.
As you know, Rather narrated the September 2004 report that claimed President Bush skirted some of his duties during his National Guard service and that a commander felt pressured to sugarcoat Bush's record. Rather maintains the story was true But a so called independent review for the network determined the story was neither fair nor accurate. CBS fired three news executives and a producer for airing it. Please read The entire story

I just want to refresh your memories a bit! The man named in a disputed memo as exerting pressure to "sugarcoat" George W. Bush's military record left the Texas Air National Guard a year and a half before the memo supposedly was written, his service record shows. So what! It is common practice for retired senior officers to continue to influence what is being done in the active military.
An order obtained by The Dallas Morning News shows that Col. Walter "Buck" Staudt was honorably discharged March 1, 1972. CBS News reported this week that a memo in which Staudt was described as interfering with officers' negative evaluations of the future president's service was dated Aug. 18, 1973. That added to mounting questions about the authenticity of documents that seem to suggest Bush sought special treatment as a pilot, failed to carry out a superior's order to undergo a physical exam and was suspended from flying for failing to meet Air National Guard standards.

Myself, knowing Bush was partying heavily at the time I have to wonder just what standards it was Bush failed to meet and why that was never brought up?
The Washington Post quoted Rather as saying CBS had talked to two people who worked with Killian — his superior, retired Maj. Gen. Bobby Hodges, and his administrative assistant Robert Strong — and both described the memos as consistent with what they knew of Killian. Hodges, who told CBS he was "familiar" with the documents, is an avid Bush supporter and "it took a lot for him to speak the truth," the Post quoted Rather as saying. The shit is deeper

What a surprise! hodges changed his mind and a CBS executive backed that up. This has become quite common and you have to wonder who threatened them and with what? Just look at the terror the contry and the world could have been spared had CBS defended the truth instead of Bush's underhanded past! We all know we can not trust the MSM and why. If you want to know the truth you have to search for it on your own and most often have to go to sources outside the country and glean them for honesty and truth. You do not hear it here until it is too late or it is merely denied and laughed off to our demise.
Rather was just the first to suffer because he uncovered and spoke the truth about Bush. Remember all those that have suffered the same fate in order to protect Bush's underhanded name. Just think about all the damage to our America, average American's,Iraq, the middle east, and the world, that could have been avoided. Not to speak of all those to come as Bush speeds up his damage to our systems as his time runs short because he isn't done yet.
Instead of hearing a debate of the facts revisited as we should we just hear on MSM, Rather being criticized because he once spoke aqgainst frivolous law suits. This is not a frivolous lawsuit! Not just CBS but Bush should be sued too. Bush should never have happened! He wouldn't have if the truth was backed up instead of hidden so Bush could do his damage. Think about it!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Today's events in the March towards Bush's New order war with Iran as Syria and Iran prepare chemical surprise, threaten attack on Israel!

This march towards war is rapidly progressing on both sides. I find it increasingly unavoidable and unsettling. I saw a poll showing that the people do not believe General Petraeus or Bush as to how the war is going and no views were changed. What the hell is new. Bush does not care what we think. He never has and never will. he's staying his course to world war and that is all he cares about.

As in every action Bush takes he only succeeds in buying more time to continue on his course of destruction and once again the Petraeus and Bush lies have bought him time in this instance. President Bush's eighth prime-time address on Iraq since the invasion seems to have met his immediate political goal of buying himself more time to pursue his current strategy, despite being a speech full of contradictions.
The president said the surge of forces in Iraq is succeeding from a security standpoint, though not succeeding enough to forge the political reconciliation that was a primary goal of the increase of troops.
Buying more time
I really have to wonder why Bush would have to "Buy Time" when he has already announced we would be in the middle east indefinitely. Besides, he is the Decider! Is this just a Political and Media game? Anyway While The recent lies of success in Iraq were being told so Bush can stay in Iraq until he attacks Iran we heard some truth as to the volatility in and around Baghdad, Bush's success. With the at least temporary loss of Blackwater security all convoys Diplomatic and construction, out of the area would have to be suspended because their security could no longer be ensured.
travel suspension

Meanwhile as Bush is doing his share in lying until he finds his excuse to attack Iran in his next new world order war, Iran is doing there share on their end. The deputy commander of Iran's air force said Wednesday that plans have been drawn up to bomb Israel if the Jewish state attacks Iran, according to the semi-official Fars news agency.
The announcement comes amid rising tensions in the region with the United States calling for a new round of U.N. sanctions against Iran over its disputed nuclear program and Israeli planes having recently overflown, and perhaps even attacked, Iranian ally Syria's territory. "We have drawn up a plan to strike back at Israel with our bombers if this regime (Israel) makes a silly mistake," deputy air force chief, Gen. Mohammad Alavi was quoted as telling Fars in an interview.
It has been threatened in the past that Israel would be Iran's first retaliatory target if attacked by the United States. But Alavi's comments were the first word of specific contingency plans for striking back on Israel. Alavi also warned that Israel was within Iran's medium-range missiles and its fighter bombers, while maintaining that Israel was not strong enough to launch an aerial attack against Iran. "The whole territory of this regime is within the range of our missiles. Moreover, we can attack their territory with our fighter bombers as a response to any attack," the general said.
Iran's threats

Knowing they are prepared to attack and that their long range bombers and missiles can reach all of Israel this last bit of news is most disturbing. Proof of cooperation between Iran and Syria in the proliferation and development of weapons of mass destruction was brought to light Monday in Jane's Defense Weekly, which reported that dozens of Iranian engineers and 15 Syrian officers were killed in a July 23 accident in Syria.
Reports of the accident were circulated at the time; however, no details were released by the Syrian government, and there were no hints of an Iranian connection but now we know better. Syria began developing chemical weapons in 1973, just before the Yom Kipper War. cites the country as having one of the most advanced chemical weapons programs in the Middle East.
missils andchemical Syria Iran cooperation

I find this all especially the latest, very disturbing knowing Bush will attack Iran and his new societal, middle east, and world order, will continue to the detriment of average American's and the entire world.
Again I ask, knowing this will no longer end with Bush as it is too far along, How will all this end for average American's and peace lovers of the middle east and the world?

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Did Kerry's Skull and Bones Bush brotherhood allow this mess to happen? How far will societies Division over new order war Go?

This should be real thought provoking. It all certainly got me thinking and anxious. Yesterday our friend Anon did a very good thought provoking story on FEMA concentration camps in the US America Weeps

It really got me thinking. If you haven't read it please do. In light of the Taser incident yesterday when Senator Kerry was being questioned by a student I do believe the student was handled a bit roughly and I would say Kerry agreed because he said in all his years he has never had a speech end this way and he was sorry because he wanted to answer. Anyway the student raised a couple of very important questions. He wanted to know why Kerry did not contest the 2004 election, and If Kerry was also a member of the secret Yale society Skull and Bones?
I researched it and found out they did. That made me wonder knowing that secret Nazi society is the reason we are going through this Bush created Hell, if the Kerry Bush common membership in Skull and Bones is why Kerry has not spoken up in the past and has not seeded Impeachment to ours and the worlds detriment?

The way the Government under Bush Heavy Handedly responds to any dissention recently highlighted during the DC protests and today the over reaction in this violent needless tasering of the student really has me curious as to how far the Government will go in quieting anti war dissention? It will only increase as he stays the course in his civil war, sets up permanently in the middle east, and finds his excuse to attack Iran and he will.
After France's foreign minister warned Sunday that the world should prepare for war if Iran obtains nuclear weapons and said European leaders were considering their own economic sanctions against the Islamic country saying We will not accept that such a bomb is made. We must prepare ourselves for the worst," he said, specifying that could mean a war. Russia puts in their two cents as expected.
A U.S. military strike on Iran would have ``catastrophic consequences,'' Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Losyukov said. ``Bomb attacks on Iran would be a wrong move leading to catastrophic consequences,'' Losyukov said in an interview with newspaper Vremya Novostei, published on the ministry's Web site.

Russian President Vladimir Putin is due in Tehran on Oct. 16 for a meeting of leaders of the countries bordering the Caspian Sea, and Losyukov was asked if Putin might be in danger from U.S. attacks if he attends. ``I think they will refrain before the summit, otherwise they'll have very serious problems,'' he replied. A U.S. attack on Iran would destabilize the Middle East and lead to ``an extremely negative reaction'' in the Islamic world, Losyukov said, adding that ``use of force would be a serious diplomatic and political mistake.''
Dan Plesch, director of the Center for International Studies and Diplomacy at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, said a preemptive strike would damage U.S. relations across the region. ``If they do it, they'll destroy everything,'' he said in an interview in London. ``You can destroy Tehran and you will lose Turkey and Egypt, in terms of political action.
Russian Threats

You have to believe that knowing Bush is following the Russian Doctrine of Destruction in following his new world order he must be pretty happy as this mess is building according to plan. He will have his World War! Knowing that Bush purposely causes division in order to have things his way and that he creates division where there is none consistently.
As bush races towards his new world order World War 3 the division between those that agree with his warmongering and those that do not is oanly going to grow. I was hearing in the past of some thinking American's would be used to forcefully contain other free American's but thought it unlikely. Now I really have to wonder. I found it rather timely that Blackwater is kicked out of Iraq on trumped up charges. Why now?

Knowing how grossly Bush has subverted our Democracy and exerted control often clandestine over average Americans and those who disagree with him I now find myself wondering if those FEMA concentration camps are for thos who disagree with Herr Bush? And Blackwater troops will be used to gather and control them?
Will Bush have America so divided that fellow American's will literally allow some to be interred and seperated from their society? From their new order America? as with the Nazi's the poor, sick, elderly, gays, dissenters, they are increasingly segregated and ostricized. Where will this all end? What are we going to do?

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

Monday, September 17, 2007

Bush seems to insist on leaving room for war with Iran, Does not want it avoided but what about nukes?

With Bush declaring we will stay in the middle east indefinitely setting up a permanent military presence, many of us believe it is ultimately to attack Iran and that it is a foregone conclusion as that was only one reason he attacked Iraq in the first place. I use to think like some that Bush was foolish enough to use nuclear weapons. Recently I started thinking that at least the rest of the world would be smart enough to avoid using nuclear weapons in the total breakdown in the middle east that Bush purposely started as part of his so called new world order but I was not so sure about Islamist interests.

Recently Russia announced they had developed the Father of all bombs in response to America's Mother of all Bombs and that it could produce a nuclear size explosion without contamination and fall out. Emphasize was placed on the fact that it could be deployed and used anywhere around the world. Remembering that last year Putin told his special forces to defend all Russian interests in the event of a US attack on Iran my thought is that "Daddy" is headed to the middle east. This is sick but it seems like the interest is to protect the oil interests so the rest of the world would still be able to use them.
Recent developments having Israel attacking and taking out Syria's nuclear assets "which I never even knew existed" and supposedly from North Korea raised increasing concern for me that there was a desire to acquire nuclear assets to be used as weapons. I am very concerned that Islamist interests would have no qualms about rendering the middle east useless and in the name of Allah.

My concern of source though is first but not foremost, Pakistan. The Pakistani General passing out nuclear assets to anyone that wanted them aside. The growing vulnerability of their nuclear weapons causes me great concern.
Pakistan's political turmoil is deepening as Musharraf, who took power in a 1999 coup, maneuvers to extend his rule. He wants lawmakers to vote him back in by mid-October but faces legal obstacles because he still holds the office of army chief as well. Musharraf's popularity has plummeted since he tried to remove the country's top judge in March, sparking a pro-democracy protest movement. The Supreme Court later reinstated the judge. Musharraf is also struggling to contain an upsurge in pro-Taliban militants near the Afghan border.
Last week, Musharraf sidelined his chief political rival, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif sending him back into exile. But in doing that, he set up another showdown with the Supreme Court that had earlier ruled that Sharif could return to Pakistan. In an interview with The Associated Press Sunday, Bhutto said her party may join other opposition groups, including Sharif's, in resigning from Parliament and taking to the streets to try to force the U.S.-allied president from office.

Pakistan is getting more vulnerable by the day! While I have to at least hope that the rest of the world does not want to render the middle east and her assets useless to the rest of the world, I am afraid I can't say that for AhmadiNejad and other Islamist interests and I am concerned some of Pakistan's nuclear assets would find their way into the hands of those that would use them like Iran.
Keeping all this in mind France's foreign minister warned Sunday that the world should prepare for war if Iran obtains nuclear weapons and said European leaders were considering their own economic sanctions against the Islamic country. We will not accept that such a bomb is made. We must prepare ourselves for the worst," he said, specifying that could mean a war. He did not elaborate on what kind of preparations that would entail.

I for one see that war as inevitable to the detriment of the world because all of these idiots seem to want it. The only question seems to be will nuclear assets be used? I reiterate, that is sick! Meanwhile As reports swirl in U.S. and Europe of plans to use military force to knock out Iran's nuclear development capability, the man behind the rogue state's defiance says he's coming to America to make his case to the U.N. President Mahmoud AhmadiNejad said he hoped to discuss policy with the U.S. at the opening meeting of the United Nations General Assembly during a Sunday appearance on Iranian state television, Reuters reports.
In the past AhmadiNejad has tried to speak with Bush but he refused. With the issues in the Middle East hitting critical mass what would it hurt to talk? what is bush afraid of? Is he afraid we would avoid another war that he wants in order to further his new world order? Maybe that is his fear as he has to be able to attack Iran as part of his new world order.
That is what it all boils down to, to me as Bush's daily actions are proving. He wants his new world order wars period and he will not be denied. How can we stop this? We must not stop trying!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Monstrous Debt, A Larger military,permanent military presence in the middle east, Israel attacked Syria, What will the outcome be?

The Hell on earth Bush created for iraq will encompass the middle east then the world!

I just spent hours working on a story and lost it so I will now do this from recollection. I heard this morning that Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, in a scathing book, blasts President Bush for "out-of-control spending" that resulted in huge budget deficits.Greenspan's memoir blasts Bush on deficit spending

I first have to say wasn't he the idiot in charge of the fed at the time? Why didn't he speak up? I also remember quite a while ago that there were calls for a larger military and my first thought was Here we come Iran. Now we have Bush admitting to what many of us knew from the get go and that is that he wants a permanent military presence in the middle east, starting with Iraq

Due to his great success in Iraq he wants to spread it throughout the entire middle east and there will now be a permanent US military there. He bragged of the Iraqi Government succeeding in half of his expectations. Besides the fact that the Government can not supply life's basic needs to its citizens and things are mush worse than under Saddam Bush is happy. Well today I hear that Al-Sadr is now pulling out of Al Maliki's Government that he was responsible for getting elected because it is not working.
That Bush created civil war will get exponentially worse and Bush promises to spread it throughout the entire middle east. Right from the beginning I have written numerous times that Bush will find his excuse to attack Iran, it will most likely be this fall before Congress can thwart him, and coming to Israel's rescue would be his most likely excuse to do it.

Then I heard this morning that Israel attacked Syria. The Sunday Times of London provides additional information on the September 6 foray of Israeli warplanes into Syria, claiming that Israel "blew apart" or possibly hijacked a nuclear cache, uranium enrichment facilities, or other non-conventional weapons equipment furnished by North Korea.
The report begins by saying: "It was just after midnight when the 69th Squadron of Israeli F15Is crossed the Syrian coast-line. On the ground, Syria's formidable air defenses went dead. An audacious raid on a Syrian target 50 miles from the Iraqi border was under way."
The Times claims that an Israeli advance team from a top-secret special forces unit was already in place on the ground. "At a rendezvous point on the ground, a "Shaldag" air force commando team was waiting to direct their laser beams at the target for the approaching jets. The team had arrived a day earlier, taking up position near a large underground depot. Soon the bunkers were in flames." Of course there are promises of retaliation!

Putting this entire still just developing mess into perspective think of this! The hell Bush created for Iraqi's and promises for the entire middle east will happen. This is success to him! New world Order he calls it! Can anyone really think that Bush's world record Deficit can be decreased when he has promised a larger military and our military to be in the middle east permanently. The idiot was lying but he himself said his created trillions in debt he put on our kids shoulders was because we are at war.
It will only get much worse as he sets up camp in the middle east and finds his excuse to attack Iran and everyone else over there. This will only lead to Grossly larger deficit spending, irresponsible Government, and a necessarily much larger military.

I can only conclude that the entire middle east is going to be hell very soon and Bush will be the only one Happy. He is having a ball I am sure. If we are to stand a chance at stopping this we are going to have to gather in the streets like never before and we are rapidly running out of time. Yesterdays DC protest I thought was great but we are going to have to rally in the streets DC time a hundred thousand and then I still don't know. Bush has unleashed a Hell on earth using fighting terrorism as an excuse that will leave only one Happy person alive and that is him!

James joiner
Gardner Ma

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Bush is setting up Custer's Last Stand in Iraq! What will be the outcome this time? Will it unite the middle east against us despite emotions?

Bush is setting up Custer's Last Stand in Iraq! What will be the outcome this time?

I consider myself pretty lucky of late to have made the acquaintance of some from the middle east who have been educating me as to middle eastern emotions and thoughts. I have taken the liberty to post them here in hopes of educating more of us and to hopefully engage in a useful dialogue as to what is unfolding in the middle east and the repercussions of a permanent American military presence in the middle of all this.
I hope those I am including think this is a good idea because they are educating me and I would like to spread the wealth to all our benefit. Per suggestion yesterday I will note their input in blue so as to denote them from my own. I was corrected right off the bat when I mistakenly termed the rift between Sunni and Shiite as hate.

Reply! I think we have to separate what is ideological rift from actual hate. The rift between Sunnis and Shias was there from the beginning but there is no hate. Spin, yes. I think AhmadiNejad's rhetoric about Palestine is actually damaging the Palestinian cause in Iran (but serving well AhmadiNejad's popularity across the Arab world) because Iranians do not want to wage war with the US and Israel because of Palestine, although they are sympathetic to the cause. I understand that.

I think also that if AhmadiNejad was able to score points in the Arab world and the shia Arabs, it is because Saudi Arabia, who owns most Arab media, has been waging a sectarian war on Iran and the Shias while not doing anything for the Palestinian cause, only harm in my opinion. They started it through Saddam, the Sunni, and when they realized that Saddam, despite US help, was not able to overthrow the mullah regime, they let him down and are now espousing Bush's sectarian policy in the ME.

Saudi Arabia has lost the hearts and minds of Arab faithful and citizens, the same people whom it is supposed to represent as a religious authority. It has even lost the hearts and minds of its own citizen who are very critical of the royal family. This is a very backward family and a very backward regime.
They know, since 9/11, which is a kind of internal revolution against the royal family waged on a foreign soil, that their only hope now for surviving the rift between them and their 'subjects' is to fan flames of hate between Sunnis and Shias.

But it will not work this way. The most successful religious leaders in the Arab street now are Shias, and not Sunnis. There are convergent interests in waging a war against Iran between the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia. Even since its inception, SA's royal family has worked against Muslim and Arab interests and for its own interest and survival as a royal ruling family. I have a post on this, it is in my permanent links (selection of articles) 'the Lawrence of Arabia syndrome'. It is the Saud family who 'sold' Palestine to the Zionists.

Now for Persians and Arabs, they are very different. The fact that some Arabs are Shias, and most Persians are, do not erase the difference. Their histories are fundamentally different and also their languages. I know that some Persians might feel contempt for Arabs, but I am not of that mentality and I don't resent that. This kind of national pride pitted against another nation or ethny can be found everywhere and is a bit stupid and folkloric in my opinion. We are all human beings.
One has to remember that ideological rifts do not necessarily translate into hate unless hate is provoked and spinned. I am from the opinion that a war against Iran is criminal, as was the war against Saddam, and enhances the risk of inflaming the whole ME.

I am afraid I can agree with what she said especially the last paragraph in light of Bush's intentions in Iraq to set up a permanent presence. . I was using the word Hate to represent the Rift between Sunni and Shiite. I actually do not know the feelings they have towards each other. I only hear of the intolerance of the sects to each other at least by leaders and hard liners. I have found that the average citizen of every nation is very tolerant of others and wants peace and prosperity and only to not be bothered.

I don't know about damaging the Palestinian cause but I do believe AhmadiNejad has gained favor in defending the Muslim Religion. I think even Sunni Muslims would rally behind AhmadiNejad when Bush attacks Iran as I believe he will.Saudi Arabia has alienated many of their own citizens and at any rate without a doubt all Iranian citizens at least would rally behind AhmadiNejad even though many may disagree with him now.

I certainly agree with Saudi Arabia fanning the flames of sectarian violence to save themselves. That makes total sense. It has been my contention from the beginning that the sectarian civil war Bush created in Iraq that is being supported by Iran and Saudi Arabia as was expected, will engulf the entire middle east. Then it will get worse.
It amazes me and I decided to discuss this today, that Bush is talking drawing down troop strength while he is proposing to put our military in the middle of that exploding sectarian violence for generations to come as a Korea style force.

That supposed draw down is not the beginning of the end for our military interference but the beginning of the end for our military if it happens. It would be an enormous Custer's last stand. I do believe that a war against Iran is as criminal as the war against Iraq but It will happen. It is only one reason why Bush attacked Iraq in the first place to get our military in the middle east.

It is why he wants to leave us there. The whole middle east will be enflamed as was obvious from the beginning and it is sickening hearing the lies and watching this unfold. It will happen! Again, one of my contentions from the beginning was that our long term presence in the middle east would serve to unite them all in order to get us out of the middle east and once we were removed they would then turn on each other.

I would like to hear your take on the results of a permanent American military presence in the middle east, of particular interest is the thoughts of those from the middle east. Sounds like Custer's last Stand on a Grand Scale to me.

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Friday, September 14, 2007

Qur'an Verse 9:11 - 'The Wrath of the Eagle' is a Hoax but recent conversations really make me wonder?

This is a bit long but very Important as to what is unfolding!

Wednesday I included a verse that was sent to me and I was not sure if it was real or not because it was just too much of a coincidence to me but I used it anyway. Today I looked it up and found out that it was a Hoax but in light of some very good conversations I have been having with a few people from the middle east I find that Hoax very troubling because it is true! I find myself wondering who started it and what Religion were they?

Anyway here is the Quote as I was given it: Quran ( 9:11) -- For it is written that a son of Arabia would awaken a fearsome Eagle. The wrath of the Eagle would be felt throughout the lands of Allah and lo, while some of the people trembled in despair still more rejoiced; for the wrath of the Eagle cleansed the lands of Allah; and there was peace. (Note the verse number!!!!!)

Come to find out Verse 9:11 of the Qur'an is about repentance and the earliest fake passage I hear of is from February 14, 2003.
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Before I found out it was fake I have had many conversations with friends from various parts of the middle east and found the words expressed in the hoax to be 100% true and troubling knowing Bush has his share in making the Hoax True!
Being from America I knew there was ingrained hate and animosity between Persians and Arabs but didn't realize why or how deep.

First I want to say I like and respect those on both sides of this issue and I have to say that being a peace loving average American I do not like what is developing and I agree with those that wonder why is it every time Iran throws us a bone Bush ignores it. He wants confrontation so there should be no wondering why but hearing this from another friend from the middle east I see there is truth to the Koran Hoax but no one will like it.

: Nobody wants anymore wars. But if the the Americans don't bomb Iran. who is going to kick them out of Iraq? Iraq had to fight Iran because the progressive Iraqi model posed a threat to the fanatic religious Irani model where nationalism is mixed with religion. Those who are in power in Iraq now are not Iraqis-they are Iranians who fought with Iran against their own country. Promptly after the American invasion one million Iranians crossed the border and colonized the south.

Iran's main goal is to dilute and wipe out the Arabic national identity of Iraq and turn into an Irani client state. Simply because a strong secular progressive Iraq defeated Iran in the 8 years war and blocked the Irani's from entering the middle east.

I hate war...but America is the last hope for Arabs against the Iranian can't imagine how bad it tastes for not just Iraqis ( I mean real Iraqis) but all Arabs from Morocco to IRAQ when Iranians say they want to help building Iraq. That is not right, Iraq is an Arab country, for it to fall in the hands of Iranians is very awful thing.

The helpless prey here is the great nation of Iraq and its people........Iranians are cunningly making use of the rising anti war sentiments among Americans who were previously misinformed about the issue, to prevent a blow to their country while they further entrench themselves in Iraq where they are persistently causing cultural and demographic changes and ethnically cleansing NOT JUST SUNNIS BUT ALSO A CONSIDERABLE PORTION OF SHIITES WHO ARE OPPOSING THE WICKED IRANI PRESENCE IN IRAQ.

As an American patriot who truly believes in the American core ideals of gentlemanliness and freedom you must direct all your efforts towards saving the Iraqi nation from its medieval enemies who are devouring it now.

Honestly speaking and Millions of Arabs share this view with American occupation is far more better than an Irani one for several reasons:

Americans are highly developed and advanced people.....who will sooner later leave, simply because this region is belongs to different cultural sphere than western one. Definitely they, would have a much less harmful effect than the Iranians, that is if they don't induce a progressive change.I am afraid he doesn't know Bush!

Iranians on the other hand, are capable of causing real demographic and cultural changes in this nation . It is already happening in the south according to various different press reports millions of Iranian's have crossed the border they displaced Iraqis and Persian is now an official language in the south.

I tell you Jim if Iran lays its hands on the tremendous natural wealth of Iraq it will turn into a fanatic monster-that will blow up this region for centuries. This is one hell of a mess Bush has created I'll tell you and no one will like the results.

I hate to tell my friend but Bush is going to do even worse! From the beginning it was obvious what Bush's real intentions are in the middle east. He needed a reason to get back in there and 9/11 gave him the excuse and the Patriot Act the power to abuse in doing it. It was obvious in his march to war in Iraq that he was going to say whatever he had to in order to get there and he will do anything to stay there.

It was obvious too from the beginning that He would do anything to aid Israel as they endeavored to give themselves a buffer zone in their quest for a new middle east order and now that he was in the middle east he would do his share and will not leave until his goal of new middle east order was met or so he thinks. He knew from the beginning that Iraq would erupt in civil war and most likely be partitioned and most certainly end up as a war between Sunni and Shiite before Iran and Saudi Arabia got involved and it spread throughout the entire middle east.

It is important to remember that and the fact that Bush has thrown Saudi Arabia a bone in saying he will supply them with weapons in the future. He is placating them and Egypt until he can further his plan for new middle east order. With 3 carrier Battle Groups in the Gulf and France's Charles De Gaulle at the mouth he is prepared to act as you hear the drumbeats to war coming from Iran and Bush. Bush has Iran essentially boxed in now.
Bush has now announced that he has no intention ever of leaving the middle east so someone's desires in that Koran Hoax are going to come true and there will be some who rejoice but it will only be temporary and then the reality of the horror Bush has created for the middle east will set in.

Before Bush went after Iraq he had designs on Syria, Lebanon, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt when all is said and done. We are all observing age old hatreds play out and Sunni against Shiite, Persian against Arab hate is only serving to play into Bush's hand. No one is going to like the way this turns out and we must stop this somehow!

James Joiner
Gardner Ma

Thursday, September 13, 2007

I no longer think it will be nuclear but a lot has happened recently in the march to war with Iran, help stop it!

Russia's Father of all Bombs sounds destined for the middle east!

Yesterday amidst conversation I was having regarding the march to war with Iran I noted My take on the surge is Bush must stay the course in Iraq until he finds his excuse to attack Iran but I do not mean from land. The troops and equipment must remain in Iraq too contain Iran and amidst the Betrayus lies that things are getting better it is obvious Bush is boxing them in! The chief idiot has more than enough armaments in the gulf with 3 carrier Battle groups and a French Carrier, the Charles De Gaulle at the mouth.

Plus as you know, Bush just upped the amount of advanced military hardware he is giving to Israel to 35 billion to offset the 20 Billion $ worth he is given to Saudi Arabia and other supposed allies to offset Iran. It is quite a mess Bush is developing as he pursues his new middle east order. As most of you know by now. Bush had plans to go after Iran before he attacked Iraq to get back into the middle east and he will not stop there as he furthers his new middle east order.
However, despite what Betrayus said I found out this morning that while he was saying things were getting better A fatal attack was launched against the sprawling headquarters base of the American military in Iraq was carried out with a 240 mm rocket — a type of weapon provided to Shiite extremists by Iran, a U.S. general said Thursday. Such an attack with a sophisticated weapon against a nearly impregnable compound — far less vulnerable than the Green Zone in the heart of the capital — sends a strong message to the Americans that nowhere in Iraq are they safe, even in the nerve center of the U.S. mission.

Ahmadinejad just got through saying "Iran has no need to interfere in Iraq. The Iraqi government and nation are close friends of Iran," he said. that told me he was lying and they were interfering. This war between Iran and the US will happen because both sides want it . I had a conversation the other day with a friend who is convinced it will be a nuclear initiation by Bush. My contention was that it wouldn't be because it would contaminate the entire middle east including Israel.
Then I received this saying The Russian military has successfully tested what it described as the world's most powerful non-nuclear air-delivered bomb, Russia's state television reported Tuesday. "The tests have shown that the new air-delivered ordnance is comparable to a nuclear weapon in its efficiency and capability," said Col.-Gen. Alexander Rukshin, a deputy chief of the Russian military's General Staff, said in televised remarks. Unlike a nuclear weapon, the bomb doesn't hurt the environment, he added.

Like its U.S. predecessor, first tested in 2003 the Mother of all Bombs, the Russian bomb, the Father of all Bombs,is a "thermobaric" weapon that explodes in an intense fireball combined with a devastating blast. It explodes in a terrifying nuclear bomb-like mushroom cloud and wreaks destruction through a massive shock wave created by the air burst and high temperature. it was stressed that the new bomb would allow the military to "protect the nation's security and confront international terrorism in any situation and any region.father of all Bombs

It sounds to me like a warning that Russia will help Iran and be able to do so with a nuclear powered force without making the middle east uninhabitable. With this buildup to middle east war appearing to be inevitable nuclear or not this will be a horror certainly the middle east can not afford and we, the concerned of the world must stop.
Enigma made me aware yesterday that John Amato on Crooks and Liars was on a stop the Iran war campaign. Please Call the Capitol switchboard at 202-225-3121. We need to let our representatives know that Bush cannot attack Iran. GW will not go away quietly as his disastrous term comes to an end. I think most of us believe Iran is the next target on Bush and Cheney’s to-do list. Kristol, the equally insane Ledeen and all his Neocon, warmongering pals are pushing the White House at every moment to make the attack happen. Thay have been for quite a while, we must act now!
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We are getting closer and closer to this and we must do everything humnly possible to avoid it. Nuclear or conventional the world can not afford what is rapidly unfolding. I am very upset kknowing we are heading towards this while the chief idiot who caused it continues to lie so he can instigate so called new world order.

James Joiner
Gardner Ma