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The Case for Impeachment of George W. Bush


The Case for Impeachment of George W. Bush

"President Bush is a thief who steals the country's good name and reputation for his private interest and personal use; a liar who seeks to instill in the American people a state of fear; a televangelist who engages the United States in a never-ending crusade against all the world's evil, a wastrel who squanders a vast sum of the nation's wealth on what turns out to be a recruiting drive certain to multiply the host of our enemies. In a word, a criminal—known to be armed and shown to be dangerous. Under the three-strike rule available to the courts in California, judges sentence people to life in jail for having stolen from Wal-Mart a set of golf clubs or a child's tricycle. Who then calls strikes on President Bush, and how many more does he get before being sent down on waivers to one of the Texas Prison Leagues?"


* Lewis H. Lapham, editor of Harper's Magazine
* Rep. John J.Conyers (D., Mich.), ranking member, U.S. House Judiciary Committee
* Michael Ratner, president, Center for Constitutional Rights
* Elizabeth Holtzman, member of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee during Watergate
* John Dean, White House Counsel to President Nixon and author of Worse Than Watergate
* Moderated by Sam Seder, host of "The Majority Report" on Air America Radio

Thursday, Mar. 2, 8:00 p.m. Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10063

On December 18 of last year, Congressman John Conyers Jr. (D., Mich.) introduced into the House of Representatives a resolution inviting it to form “a select committee to investigate the Administration's intent to go to war before congressional authorization, manipulation of pre-war intelligence, encouraging and countenancing torture, retaliating against critics, and to make recommendations regarding grounds for possible impeachment.”

Although buttressed two days previously by the news of the National Security Agency's illegal surveillance of the American citizenry, the request attracted little or no attention in the press—nothing on television or in the major papers, some scattered applause from the left-wing blogs, heavy sarcasm on the websites flying the flags of the militant right.

The nearly complete silence raised the question as to what it was the congressman had in mind, and to whom did he think he was speaking? In time of war few propositions would seem as futile as the attempt to impeach a president whose political party controls the Congress; as the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee stationed on Capitol Hill for the last forty years, Representative Conyers presumably knew that to expect the Republican caucus in the House to take note of his invitation, much less arm it with the power of subpoena, was to expect a miracle of democratic transformation and rebirth not unlike the one looked for by President Bush under the prayer rugs in Baghdad. Unless the congressman intended some sort of symbolic gesture, self-serving and harmless, what did he hope to prove or to gain? He answered the question in early January, on the phone from Detroit during the congressional winter recess.

"To take away the excuse," he said, "that we didn't know." So that two or four or ten years from now, if somebody should ask, "Where were you, Conyers, and where was the United States Congress?" when the Bush Administration declared the Constitution inoperative and revoked the license of parliamentary government, none of the company now present can plead ignorance or temporary insanity, can say that “somehow it escaped our notice” that the President was setting himself up as a supreme leader exempt from the rule of law.

A reason with which it was hard to argue but one that didn't account for the congressman's impatience. Why not wait for a showing of supportive public opinion, delay the motion to impeach until after next November's elections? Assuming that further investigation of the President's addiction to the uses of domestic espionage finds him nullifying the Fourth Amendment rights of a large number of his fellow Americans, the Democrats possibly could come up with enough votes, their own and a quorum of disenchanted Republicans, to send the man home to Texas. Conyers said:

"I don't think enough people know how much damage this administration can do to their civil liberties in a very short time. What would you have me do? Grumble and complain? Make cynical jokes? Throw up my hands and say that under the circumstances nothing can be done? At least I can muster the facts, establish a record, tell the story that ought to be front-page news."

Which turned out to be the purpose of his House Resolution 635 -- not a high-minded tilting at windmills but the production of a report, 182 pages, 1,022 footnotes, assembled by Conyers's staff during the six months prior to its presentation to Congress, that describes the Bush Administration's invasion of Iraq as the perpetration of a crime against the American people. It is a fair description. Drawing on evidence furnished over the last four years by a sizable crowd of credible witnesses—government officials both extant and former, journalists, military officers, politicians, diplomats domestic and foreign—the authors of the report find a conspiracy to commit fraud, the administration talking out of all sides of its lying mouth, secretly planning a frivolous and unnecessary war while at the same time pretending in its public statements that nothing was further from the truth.[1]

The result has proved tragic, but on reading through the report's corroborating testimony I sometimes could counter its inducements to mute rage with the thought that if the would-be lords of the flies weren't in the business of killing people, they would be seen as a troupe of off-Broadway comedians in a third-rate theater of the absurd.

Entitled "The Constitution in Crisis; The Downing Street Minutes and Deception, Manipulation, Torture, Retribution, and Coverups in the Iraq War," the Conyers report examines the administration's chronic abuse of power from more angles than can be explored within the compass of a single essay. The nature of the administration's criminal DNA and modus operandi, however, shows up in a usefully robust specimen of its characteristic dishonesty.

* * *

That President George W. Bush comes to power with the intention of invading Iraq is a fact not open to dispute. Pleased with the image of himself as a military hero, and having spoken, more than once, about seeking revenge on Saddam Hussein for the tyrant's alleged attempt to “kill my Dad,” he appoints to high office in his administration a cadre of warrior intellectuals, chief among them Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, known to be eager for the glories of imperial conquest.[2]

At the first meeting of the new National Security Council on January 30, 2001, most of the people in the room discuss the possibility of preemptive blitzkrieg against Baghdad.[3] In March the Pentagon circulates a document entitled “Foreign Suitors for Iraqi Oil Field Contracts”; the supporting maps indicate the properties of interest to various European governments and American corporations. Six months later, early in the afternoon of September 11, the smoke still rising from the Pentagon's western facade, Secretary Rumsfeld tells his staff to fetch intelligence briefings (the “best info fast...go massive; sweep it all up; things related and not”) that will justify an attack on Iraq. By chance the next day in the White House basement, Richard A. Clarke, national coordinator for security and counterterrorism, encounters President Bush, who tells him to “see if Saddam did this.” Nine days later, at a private dinner upstairs in the White House, the President informs his guest, the British prime minister, Tony Blair, that “when we have dealt with Afghanistan, we must come back to Iraq.”

By November 13, 2001, the Taliban have been rousted out of Kabul in Afghanistan, but our intelligence agencies have yet to discover proofs of Saddam Hussein's acquaintance with Al Qaeda.[4] President Bush isn't convinced. On November 21, at the end of a National Security Council meeting, he says to Secretary Rumsfeld, “What have you got in terms of plans for Iraq?...I want you to get on it. I want you to keep it secret.”

The Conyers report doesn't return to the President's focus on Iraq until March 2002, when it finds him peering into the office of Condoleezza Rice, the national security advisor, to say, “Fuck Saddam. We're taking him out.”

At a Senate Republican Policy lunch that same month on Capitol Hill, Vice President Dick Cheney informs the assembled company that it is no longer a question of if the United States will attack Iraq, it's only a question of when. The vice president doesn't bring up the question of why, the answer to which is a work in progress. By now the administration knows, or at least has reason to know, that Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington, that Iraq doesn't possess weapons of mass destruction sufficiently ominous to warrant concern, that the regime destined to be changed poses no imminent threat, certainly not to the United States, probably not to any country defended by more than four batteries of light artillery.

Such at least is the conclusion of the British intelligence agencies that can find no credible evidence to support the theory of Saddam's connection to Al Qaeda or international terrorism; “even the best survey of WMD programs will not show much advance in recent years on the nuclear, missile and CW/BW weapons fronts...”

A series of notes and memoranda passing back and forth between the British Cabinet Office in London and its correspondents in Washington during the spring and summer of 2002 address the problem of inventing a pretext for a war so fondly desired by the Bush Administration that Sir Richard Dearlove, head of Britain's MI-6, finds the interested parties in Washington fixing “the intelligence and the facts...around the policy.” The American enthusiasm for regime change, “undimmed” in the mind of Condoleezza Rice, presents complications.

Although Blair has told Bush, probably in the autumn of 2001, that Britain will join the American military putsch in Iraq, he needs “legal justification” for the maneuver—something noble and inspiring to say to Parliament and the British public. No justification “currently exists.”

Neither Britain nor the United States is being attacked by Iraq, which eliminates the excuse of self-defense; nor is the Iraqi government currently sponsoring a program of genocide. Which leaves as the only option the “wrong-footing” of Saddam. If under the auspices of the United Nations he can be presented with an ultimatum requiring him to show that Iraq possesses weapons that don't exist, his refusal to comply can be taken as proof that he does, in fact, possess such weapons.[5]

Over the next few months, while the British government continues to look for ways to “wrong-foot” Saddam and suborn the U.N., various operatives loyal to Vice President Cheney and Secretary Rumsfeld bend to the task of fixing the facts, distributing alms to dubious Iraqi informants in return for map coordinates of Saddam's monstrous weapons, proofs of stored poisons, of mobile chemical laboratories, of unmanned vehicles capable of bringing missiles to Jerusalem.[6]

By early August the Bush Administration has sufficient confidence in its doomsday story to sell it to the American public. Instructed to come up with awesome text and shocking images, the White House Iraq Group hits upon the phrase “mushroom cloud” and prepares a White Paper describing the “grave and gathering danger” posed by Iraq's nuclear arsenal.[7]

The objective is three-fold—to magnify the fear of Saddam Hussein, to present President Bush as the Christian savior of the American people, a man of conscience who never in life would lead the country into an unjust war, and to provide a platform of star-spangled patriotism for Republican candidates in the November congressional elections.[8]

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The Conyers report doesn't lack for further instances of the administration's misconduct, all of them noted in the press over the last three years—misuse of government funds, violation of the Geneva Conventions, holding without trial and subjecting to torture individuals arbitrarily designated as “enemy combatants,” etc.—but conspiracy to commit fraud would seem reason enough to warrant the President's impeachment.

Before reading the report, I wouldn't have expected to find myself thinking that such a course of action was either likely or possible; after reading the report, I don't know why we would run the risk of not impeaching the man.

We have before us in the White House a thief who steals the country's good name and reputation for his private interest and personal use; a liar who seeks to instill in the American people a state of fear; a televangelist who engages the United States in a never-ending crusade against all the world's evil, a wastrel who squanders a vast sum of the nation's wealth on what turns out to be a recruiting drive certain to multiply the host of our enemies.

In a word, a criminal—known to be armed and shown to be dangerous. Under the three-strike rule available to the courts in California, judges sentence people to life in jail for having stolen from Wal-Mart a set of golf clubs or a child's tricycle. Who then calls strikes on President Bush, and how many more does he get before being sent down on waivers to one of the Texas Prison Leagues?

* * *

The above is a brief excerpt from the complete essay, available in the March 2006 issue of Harper's Magazine.

1. The report borrows from hundreds of open sources that have become a matter of public record—newspaper accounts, television broadcasts (Frontline, Meet the Press, Larry King Live, 60 Minutes, etc.), magazine articles (in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, The New York Review of Books), sworn testimony in both the Senate and House of Representatives, books written by, among others, Bob Woodward, George Packer, Richard A. Clarke, James Mann, Mark Danner, Seymour Hersh, David Corn, James Bamford, Hans Blix, James Risen, Ron Suskind, Joseph Wilson. As the congressman had said, “Everything in plain sight; it isn't as if we don't know.” [Back]

2. In January of 1998 the neoconservative Washington think tank The Project for the New American Century (which counts among its founding members Dick Cheney) sent a letter to Bill Clinton demanding “the removal of Saddam Hussein's regime from power” with a strong-minded “willingness to undertake military action.” Together with Rumsfeld, six of the other seventeen signatories became members of the Bush's first administration—Elliott Abrams (now George W. Bush's deputy national security advisor), Richard Armitage (deputy secretary of state from 2001 to 2005), John Bolton (now U.S. ambassador to the U.N.), Richard Perle (chairman of the Defense Policy Board from 2001 to 2003), Paul Wolfowitz (deputy secretary of defense from 2001 to 2005), Robert Zoellick (now deputy secretary of state). President Clinton responded to the request by signing the Iraq Liberation Act, for which Congress appropriated $97 million for various clandestine operations inside the borders of Iraq. Two years later, in September 2000, The Project for the New American Century issued a document noting that the “unresolved conflict with Iraq provides the immediate justification” for the presence of the substantial American force in the Persian Gulf. [Back]

3. In a subsequent interview on 60 Minutes, Paul O'Neill, present in the meeting as the newly appointed secretary of the treasury, remembered being surprised by the degree of certainty: “From the very beginning, there was a conviction that Saddam Hussein was a bad person and that he needed to go.... It was all about finding a way to do it.” [Back]

4. As early as September 20, Douglas Feith, undersecretary of defense for policy, drafted a memo suggesting that in retaliation for the September 11 attacks the United States should consider hitting terrorists outside the Middle East in the initial offensive, or perhaps deliberately selecting a non-Al Qaeda target like Iraq. [Back]

5. Abstracts of the notes and memoranda, known collectively as “The Downing Street Minutes,” were published in the Sunday Times (London) in May 2005; their authenticity was undisputed by the British government. [Back]

6. The work didn't go unnoticed by people in the CIA, the Pentagon, and the State Department accustomed to making distinctions between a well-dressed rumor and a naked lie. In the spring of 2004, talking to a reporter from Vanity Fair, Greg Thielmann, the State Department officer responsible for assessing the threats of nuclear proliferation, said, “The American public was seriously misled. The Administration twisted, distorted and simplified intelligence in a way that led Americans to seriously misunderstand the nature of the Iraq threat. I'm not sure I can think of a worse act against the people in a democracy than a President distorting critical classified information.” [Back]

7. The Group counted among its copywriters Karl Rove, senior political strategist, Andrew Card, White House chief of staff, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, and Lewis “Scooter” Libby, Dick Cheney's chief of staff. [Back]

8. Card later told the New York Times that “from a marketing point of don't introduce new products in August.” [Back]
This is The Case for Impeachment by Lewis H. Lapham, published Monday, February 27, 2006. It is part of Features, which is part of

The Case for Impeachment
Why we can no longer afford George W. Bush
Posted on Monday, February 27, 2006. An excerpt from an essay in the March 2006 Harper's Magazine. By Lewis H. Lapham.

A country is not only what it does—it is also what it puts up with, what it tolerates. —Kurt Tucholsky

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BBDO Finds USA Teens Among the Most Conservative in the World


Press Release
Source: Energy BBDO

An American Outlier: Energy BBDO Finds USA Teens Among the Most Conservative in the World

Tuesday February 28, 10:00 am ET

CHICAGO, Feb. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- What ever happened to good old teenage rebellion? The USA, the global birthplace of that notion, has officially turned a conservative corner in its history.

According to Energy BBDO (, which fielded the GenWorld Teen study in 13 countries, USA teens appear to be more traditional and conservative than many of their global counterparts, including teenagers from India, China, Germany and France.
In questions about their values and expectations in life, American teens overall emphasize morality and family. The majority list "living by high moral standards" as a top life expectation - 58% of USA teens versus 33% of teens globally. Forty-five percent believe it is best to remain a virgin as long as possible versus 22% globally.

Marriage and kids are among their top life expectations: 83% expect to get married (vs. 58% globally); 74% expect to be a parent (vs. 52% globally).
American teens are more religious than teens in any of the other countries studied. They are much more likely to believe in God, more likely to consider themselves religious and more likely to have attended a religious service in the past 30 days than other teens around the world.

Religion and Teens

Global USA
Believe in god 48% 72%
Consider themselves religious 23% 42%
Attended a religious service in the past 30 days 23% 51%
Not all USA teens fit this pattern however.
Instead, a "Blue Teen/Red Teen" phenomenon seems to be occurring. Chip Walker, study author, teen expert and executive vice president planning director at Energy BBDO explains, "The 'Culture Wars' seem to have been passed down to the next generation. About half of USA teens qualify as Red Teens with strong conservative views, while the remaining half, Blue Teens, emphasize individuality and tend to reject tradition."
Walker continued, "This is not the 1950's all over again but there is a craving among some teens for a more wholesome life."

However, "Red Teens" do not fit all of the conservative stereotypes. While they are more likely to believe in God (89% vs. 55%), and believe that abortion is never justified (40% vs. 12%), they are not living cloistered lives.

Many Red Teens Defy Conservative Stereotypes

Red Teens are as likely as their peers to enjoy shopping, playing sports and eating in fast food restaurants. They are avid participants in media and pop culture: 97% watch TV, 95% listen to music, 95% watch movies at home, 68% go to movie theatres, 93% spend time on the Internet, and 68% play video games. Their beliefs reflect changing cultural norms and gender roles: only 23% believe in following traditional gender roles; only 4% believe a woman must have a child to be fulfilled; a third feel as comfortable with gay people as with straight people. Nearly half say that they are "often among the first to try something new." In terms of the cliques they hang with, they self- identify as "athletic," "smart," even "cool" or "popular" kids, not just part of the "religious" crowd.

Still, does this rise in conservatism mean American teens are slipping off the trendsetting charts? "Not necessarily," says Walker. "From WWJD to Jesus is My Homeboy t-shirts, these teens are starting their own trends."

"To have this kind of cultural divide requires its own media, its own voices, its own trendsetters, so that brands today will need to consider this cultural dividing line as they're targeting teens in the United States."

In fact, evidence suggests that brands are being forced to one side or another in the culture wars. Based on positive brand ratings, Blue Teens who are more non-traditional, tend to gravitate towards innovators such as Sony, Amazon, Apple, Ebay, Yahoo and AOL. While Red Teens stick to more wholesome, tried-and-true brands such as Gap, Kellogs, Kraft, Nestle, Disney, and Doublemint.

Walker continued, "Brands that can learn to address Red Teens in a contemporary way will stand to be big winners in today's increasingly conservative USA marketplace."
GenWorld Teen Study commissioned by Energy BBDO gauged the lifestyle, values attitudes and brand perceptions of 3,322 teens aged 13-18 in 13 countries around the world. Countries included: USA, Mexico, Brazil, U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Australia, Russia, Poland, China, Taiwan, and India. The study was fielded over the summer of 2005 and administered in participants' indigenous language. An on-line methodology was used in developed countries where Internet access is widely available and an in-person methodology was used in developing countries. The sample was balanced male and female, with older and younger teens equally represented and reflected broad socioeconomic status (A, B, C social classes based on DRI's Purchasing Power Parity buying ratings including all households with the PPP buying power equivalent of $7,500 USD).
Source: Energy BBDO

Racial profiling by abortion clinics.


Tuesday, February 21, 2006

"Michigan Abortion Industry Embraces Racial Profiling"

When a black motorist is stopped without cause, simply because of the color of his or her skin, people from all walks of life are understandably incensed.Yet, when abortionists disproportionately set up shop in predominately African-American neighborhoods across Michigan, preying on vulnerable black women caught in an unwanted pregnancy, not so much as a whimper of outrage is heard. Not even in the black community does anyone seem to take notice or, if they do, work to expose this dirty little secret.In Michigan, the effort to shrink abortion continues to be as effective as ever. In 2004, abortions were only 62 short of the all-time low at 26,269 -- an astonishing 46.4 percent decline from 1987's all-time high. Even more impressive, abortions performed on minors during this same period have decreased nearly 60 percent.But this success is sadly tarnished by an indefensible inability to penetrate the city limits of our majority-black cities with the culture of life.Culture of life stymiedOf the 36 abortion clinics in Michigan, doesn't it seem unusual that nearly one-third are located in our three largest black-majority cities? While Detroit, Flint and Southfield make up less than 12 percent of the state's population, they are home to more than 62 percent of our African-American citizens.Beyond this, more than 80 percent of all abortion clinics are located in the 10 counties that boast the highest number of African-American residents. While these same 10 counties represent about 57 percent of the state's total population, they represent more than 92 percent of the African-American population.

On a city-by-city review, more than 75 percent of African-Americans live within the 10 municipalities that are home to nearly half of the state's abortion clinics -- while blacks make up 14.2 percent of the state's population.If this isn't racial profiling, then what is?No wonder African-Americans, while representing about 12 percent of the nation's population, account for 30 percent of all abortions. In fact, according to the Alan Guttmacher Institute -- the research arm of Planned Parenthood -- black women are more than three times as likely to have an abortion than are white women. This is in spite of the fact that African Americans claim to be more pro-life than the population at large.

In a recent Zogby Poll on abortion, 56 percent of all Americans believe abortion should never be legal, be legal only when the life of the mother is in danger or be legal in cases of rape and incest. The irony is that when African Americans were asked these same questions, nearly two-thirds or 62 percent answered in kind, identifying themselves as more pro-life than all Americans.Who bears the blame?The African-American community is ultimately responsible for embracing the culture of life, and the unusually high placement of abortion clinics in African-American neighborhoods does not unilaterally make black women victims without free will.

If abortion rates among black women only matched those of the next highest race in each age group, abortions in Michigan would have dropped 5,927 in 2004 -- or nearly 23.2 percent of the statewide total.On the other hand, it should be ominous that a handful of abortionists seem so anxious and willing to exploit African-American neighborhoods with such a disproportionate number of clinics.When African Americans are concerned, the abortion industry obviously puts aside it's "safe and rare" mantra and instead replaces it with one that appears to embrace "numerous and near."Published in The Detroit News on February 21, 2006 as "Stop racial profiling of abortion clinics."

Close to the 13th year anniversary of the Waco genocide.



This is not Iraq! - This is Waco, TX 1993
Sun Mar 5, 2006 16:15

This is not Iraq! - This is Waco, TX 1993

Lt. Larry Lynch McLennan County Sheriff's Dept.WACO: 13th Anniversary April 19, 2006You do NOT use military force against our own citizens, especially women and children!!WACO: 911 Tapes 02/28/93Waco Police Dept Recordings (Wayne Martin to LT. Lynch W.S.D., Koresh to LT. Lynch (cellular)The following tapes have not been edited. They are the original tapes and have some 'static only' blank spots. Please stand by.........Tape1



America Had To Be Deposed Invasion of Iraq Was The Final Nail In The Coffin

By Al Cronkrite

The Covenant News ~ March 06, 2006

The annihilation of America was a necessary prelude to enslaving the globe with world governance. The International Crowd will have peace at the point of a gun and a free, righteous and independent America will not be allowed to stand in the way.America is like a dying tree that has lost its leaves. Rot has invaded strategic parts of its trunk. It no longer resembles the stately creation Joyce Kilmer vividly described; "A tree that looks at God all day and lifts its leafy arms to pray". The damage is irreversible. Withholding the sustaining moisture of God and prayer has injured the roots and caused the leaves to fall. Now the trunk is decaying and the branches are becoming weak. In spite of the genocide and imperialism originally imbedded in its roots, the United States of America was a light on a hill. It was a symbol of freedom for the entire world.In 1831 and 1832 French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville spent ten months touring 17 of the 24 states that then made up our fledgling nation. From the notes he took during his tour he wrote a book entitled Democracy in America.

It was a sympathetic analysis that did not properly address the rights of the indigenous populace but extolled the benefits of the Democratic system as it functioned at that early stage in our history. Tocqueville was impressed with our churches and with the multiple checks and balances woven into the fabric of our government. His book was widely read both in America and abroad. It helped shape the sterling image America enjoyed for more than a century.In the shadow of an often brutal European colonialism the annihilation of America's Indian population was an acceptable price for elevating white European stock to a controlling position. It produced no stain on the pristine garments of the new nation.Following the aggressions involved in Cuba, Mexico, and the Philippines, America's wars were always cast as righteous and defensive allowing the light to continue to shine on the City on the Hill.

The invasions of Iraq doused the light and changed the world's perception of America.Reputation is not all America has lost. The quest to bring down our nation began in earnest over a hundred years ago with the creation of the League of Nations. The League of Nations failed but the rebellious framers of the neo-Tower of Babel continued to strive; often in darkness. Now, American industry has been splotched with foreign owned corporations for several decades. We are quickly losing our industrial base as our largest employers move overseas for cheaper labor. Our own elected officials are selling the nation to the highest bidder. Several of our ports will be controlled by Arabs. Chicago has sold financial control of the Skyway to a foreign corporation and the Indiana Tollway may soon go the same route. Years ago, President Carter gave control of the Panama Canal away and the disaster that used to be our borders is still allowing the nation to be overrun with illegal aliens who threaten to expropriate our land. Christianity, our common religion, has been expunged and the sodomite precursor to doom is already rampant. To top is all off, we are involved in a contrived and costly foreign war that is draining what wealth is left.America is no longer a force for individualism, freedom, and righteousness. Instead it has become a rotting tree that will soon fall into the New World Order.

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Imaginations is one of the kyes to human existence. As human beings, we must develop our imaginations as much as possible. Regardless of the problems of the world like the mruders in Iraq or the landslides in Hawaii, we must have hope. Well, I'm pulling no punches here though. There are many good people in America. On the other hand, we must viciously oppose and expose the lies and deception in America as well. These deceptions include the lie that simple parallels between Nazi Germany and today equates to anti-Americanism. Abortion (the murder of an innocent baby), pornography (that exploits women), and praying to statues are evil, wicked, and morally wrong. Rights ought to given unto women, but radical feminism is wrong to assume that there are little to no biological and emotional differences between males and females. Males and females ought to respect their respective difference and uniqueness without the agenda of unisexism and bashing any sex. There must be a course of embracing traditional values, so that our mind and spirit are attuned with the will of God.

For thousands of years, men have always had a desire to comprehend the world around them. I had a great ancient history teacher inside of my high school in Virginia. In ancient history, pagan images, false gods, and hand signs existed. They are still utilized by some members of the occult and the global elite today. In ancient India and Egypt, there are images of fingers near the mouth (meaning silence). Today, Freemasonry has this sign in the Royal Master degree (in the due-gaurd) according to Richardson's Monitor of Freemasonry. The sun has been so worshipped in times past like in Apollo of the Greeks and Mithra for the Romans. Today, people are pictured with suns around them, halos, and some praise the sun in an almost divine fashion. Censorship will not deter me at all. I'm a warrior and I speak, write, and act on the truth until the day I die. There is a geo-political component in world affairs. Bush recently came into India to support globalization and try to unite with a nation called the world's largest "democracy." It's interesting to note that Reuters on March 2, 2006 talked about how the U.S. government was ready to send Lockheed Martin F-16 and Boeing F/A F-18 jet fighters to India for a new alliance and a buffer against China. China is rising up and increasing their economy and military rapidly.

By TruthSeeker24 (Timothy)

Under Threat

Foggy can be deception, but the truth will shine like the light from the sun. Yesterday, I saw on Television about a controversy in Aurora, Colorado. A geography teacher named Jay Bennish told a lot of truth to his students. He said that Bush and Hitler are not the same person or moral equivalent, but there are similarities between Hitler and the Bush administration. This is a fact since both men used faux patriotism as an excuse to illegally invade and dominant sovereign nations that had nothing to do with the destruction of the Reichstag and the World Trade Centers (espeically Building Number Seven since nothing hit it) at all. He had a First Amendment right to say that, but he's suspended temporary. A student named Sean Allen taped his words and used it again him. The Cherry Creek School District plans to finish its investigation by today. The news people from FOX News (though they are right on some issues) are milking this event for all of its worth). Even pro-censorship guy David Horowitz is into the fray assigning people with strong dissent over the way this country is going as anti-American and pro-terrorist in MSNBC. There was a tape that surfaced that proved that Chertoff and Bush knew of the threat Katrina potentially could have against the Gulf Coast region. There is enough evidence to prove FEMA's, the Red Cross', and the local, state, and federal government's failures in responding adequately to Katrina.

We are under threat, not only from neo-conservatives, but many Elitists and Secret Societies who want to hoard wealth and power unto themselves without assisting the common man much. It isn't just about politics. It's about culture as well. Whether we like it or not, we're in a culture war. Hollywood spends billions of dollars per year to spew some of the wicked, brainwashing, vile stuff for people to witness, espeically young children. World Net Daily on March 3 2006 mentioned that a new study is here. That study mentioned a direct link of autism to mercury, which contradicts the government's claim of there being no link at all. A study, which was Published in the March 10 issue of the Journal of American Physicians cite that when mercury was removed from vaccines, autism rates decreased as high as 35%.

I'm happy because finally my diploma came in early in this month. I've graduated at December 2005 and finally the college era is over.

By TruthSeeker24 (Timothy)

Thanksgiving 2005

"In everything give thanks, for this is the will of God ..."(1 Thessalonians 5:18)

Glorious is the feeling that I receive when I’m about to go and write and act. This is one of my best works that I wrote honestly. I’ve been through a lot of turns. There are a lot of shills out there and we must disagree with them and makes our rebuttals known. On the other hand, we must not be obsessive over them like a sicko, but mindful and logical in our approach to display evidence and information. Samuel Alito is the new Supreme Court justice that George W. Bush had proposed. Many conservatives love him for they feel that he's authentically Pro-Life. On at least 3 court cases, Alito voted on the Pro-Choice side whether it's partial birth abortion, notification, or a wrongful death suit in NJ. I want someone Pro-Life as well, but his view on criminal justice concerns me. The reason is that I want justice, but not at the expense of denying American citizens their inherent civil liberties. I abhor the Big Brother agenda with RFID chips and the increasingly surveillance system globally as well. I want to know more about his views on free speech, civil rights, and other things. Joel Garrett mentioned that Bush betrayed Evangelical Christians by electing Alito, who is Roman Catholic. More than 3 people in the Supreme Court follow Vatican canon law. People know what I feel about Roman Catholicism.

While I disagree with Roman Catholicism for many reasons, I thing we also need to equally oppose Reconstructionism and Dominionism (since many of these guys want a bonafide theocracy in society that Protestants/Baptists historically opposed for centuries). Dr. Kamau Kambon’s statement to kill all white people was wrong, but also the 13 year old twin singers’ Lamb and Lynx Gaede racist rhetoric as well. They have songs like “Sacrifice” praising the Nazi Rudolf Hess and one of their relatives branded their cattle with a Nazi swastika. These girls are known as Prussian Blue and they promote white supremacy. I’m a warrior and I know self-defense, so I have no fear but God. On the other hand, many people of my race might be intimidated by these brainwashed souls. It’s apparent that the Elite class allows racism to spread so the middle class of any color are divided and desensitized to not do any radical solutions. They also want people to hate cultures and hate the diversity of mankind. Your culture and your color is God-given and should be cherished, regardless of skin color, therefore we must unite under God to fight against evil tyrants and tyranny in the world. Also, as human beings, we must expand our minds to expose other crisis occurring in the world as well. David J. Stewart from made an interesting point on how we need to focus on helping the poor and decrying the starvation taking place in Afghanistan and India. India has tons of grain stored away (David proved this form a 2002 article in the New York Times) that can feed millions of starving Indians, yet nothing is done to send the grain to those experiencing terrible circumstances. The transgenic or animal/human hybrid agenda is not something that I’m for. That screws around with nature of the beauty of God’s creations. I’m all in favor of organic foods since they are beneficial to human beings and they are all natural. Human trafficking is not only in foreign countries (that’s been exposed in a Lifetime cable channel movie), but here in America. Therefore, all slavery hasn’t been eliminated in the U.S. despite it being immoral and unconstitutional. For example, DynCorp have been exposed for having numerous sex slaves. Some of these girls are as early as 12 or 15 years old.

Insight Magazine proves this. I knew about the benefits of Hemp, but I never knew that it can be used as a good alternative fuel replacing petroleum oil. Hemp is justified for usage and has nothing to do with smoking marijuana (which can cause problems for any human using it). According to David Stewart, Diesel engines can actually run just fine on straight vegetable oil (SVO). Randolph Hearst and Pierre DuPont (both globalist industrialists) help banned Hemp in the market on a global scale. Hemp and other alternative resources can end our reliance on foreign sources of oil indeed. Genetically modified foods are a curse in this wood, which can disrupt crops and can cause problems for humans and animals. The overpopulation lie is still promoted by Ted Turner (who wanted billions of people to die), Warren Buffett (friend of the Rothschilds, funded the son of a Nazi Roman Catholic Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Warren is one of the richest men on Earth), and even Bill Gates. Dr. Jacqueline R. Kasun refuted the lie over overpopulation. The overall world population growth between decades continue to decline, population growth in Europe is almost 0, and you can fit all humans on Earth in the state of Texas given 1,000 square feet each give or take a couple of thousand square miles.

The site outlines that internal memos from Big Oil companies of Mobil, Texaco, and Chevron shown efforts they made to reduce refining capability of limiting refineries to drive up oil prices. Even MSNBC's Joe Scracborough is exposing that the oil companies are gouching profits from consumers. The Club of Rome, the CFR, The Bilderberg Group, and other globalist organizations are actively promoting peak oil along with "alternative media" folks like Michael Ruppert and Oil Empire. The truth is also that America always had good and evil people in it. The evil occult people planned America as a “New Atlantis” to fulfill their agenda to create a “new order of the ages” or the “New World Order.” One of the men who mapped out the America that you see today was Francis Bacon, a Rosicrucian and occultist who wrote the book "The New Atlantis." It not only talked about America being a commonwealth, but it discussed about how America will have skyscrapers, underground vehicles, and other events. This was back in the late 1500's. Freemason Manly P. Hall envisioned America as having to arise a global democratic commonwealth and a shrine to Universal Truth in his book called "The Secret Destiny of America." So, many occultists and Masons have utilized America as a puppet so to speak to carry forth their agenda. God fearing men, women, and children have existed in early America and today fighting for truth like John Wesley, Daniel Webster, Cotton Matter, John Jay, Christopher Gadshen, Henry Laurens, David Rice, John Quincy Adams, John Dickinson, Zephaniah Swift, Benjamin Rush, Jonathan Edwards, John Witherspoon, John Leland, and others in the Great Awakening, opposing slavery, preaching the gospel, opposing Occult Secret Societies, etc. There have been riots in France, Denmark, and other places of Europe for days now. In France, it’s especially worse with North African Muslims and some West Africans rioting.

This is wrong obviously and unfortunately racists are using this tragedy as an excuse to bash all Arabs and blacks. We must condemn the riots as evil criminal behavior and the wrong way in trying to solve the economic plight among North Africans plus West Africans, while at the same time not to demonize all people of Arabic descent. Now, an Atzan member Ernesto Cienfuegos questioned whether riots can come around here in America. These groups are extremist and are funded by the banking elite like the Ford Foundation, yet they claim they want to promote Hispanic interests. How hypocritical. The French neo-con Interior Minister Nicolas Sarzoky intentionally used defamatory language of the immigrants calling them “scum” and “riff-raff.” Wayne Madsen called the riots as an organized event used to not only promote xenophobia (or hate of immigrants. I have no problem with hating illegal immigration, but not hating the concept of immigration in general), but lead Europe in a more cooperative manner in this “war on terror.” Sarkozy, according to Madsen, has ties to the Likud party in Israel and the Bush/Blair administrations. I just saw Matrix Reloaded and it just gives me a lesson in that we should reject the matrix of evil in our lives. As long as I have breath and forever, I will be Pro-Life. A lot of Pro-Choice people don't realize that their hero Margaret Sanger not only had pro-Nazis on her early staff, but she was in the New Age. For example, Sanger was into Rosiscrucianism, she was in the New Age group called "Unity," she loved numerology, she like astrology, she consulted mediums, and she was a drug addict.

Planned Parenthood is a criminal group and others like N.A.R.A.L. and N.O.W. are just brainwashed. The world has gotten so sick that London Observer May 3, 2005 reported that aborted fetuses are used in beauty salons. It's also a carefully guarded Secret that Hitler himself was Pro-Choice. The Alex Jones situation (i.e. loving the Passion film, censorship, etc.) is sad since he's wrong on a host of issues. I like a lot of Alex's deeds, but he must change. On the other hand, WINGTV have sad a host of subliminal cheapshots against Bible Believing Christians who believe in prophecy. It's ironic, but I'm not intimidated by WINGTV or anyone. WINGTV, just because we accept the End Times (really it's not the end, but the end of this present age), doesn't mean we accept fear mongering. Without people like us, the one world government system would be heer since End Time people like Meyer, Lisa Gary, Cutting Edge, etc. have put out some of the most hard hitting info talking about the New World Order. I'm a Virginian, so I have to talk about Kilgore and Kaine. To me, I don't agree with both of them on a number of issues. Both have strengths and weakenesses. I voted in Virginia and it's strange that the nation is talking about our election like this. Tim Kaine won the Election.

By TruthSeeker24 (Timothy)

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