Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Terrorism in America - a win-win proposition for Republicans


The sixth anniversary of 9/11 is only a month away and I hope everybody is making plans to mark this day of infamy in some special way. As for me, I am working with my local 9/11 Truth group in promoting events in our area. I hope you will too.

Speaking of 9/11, today it has come to my attention that another right-wing windbag is wishing for another 9/11-like event to occur. Under the headline, "To save American, we need another 9/11," Stu Bykofsky, opines that Americans will rally around our President and Thief and his phony "War on Terror" if only we had another major terrorist event. He writes:
"America's fabric is pulling apart like a cheap sweater.

What would sew us back together?

Another 9/11 attack.

The Golden Gate Bridge. Mount Rushmore. Chicago's Wrigley Field. The Philadelphia subway system. The U.S. is a target-rich environment for al Qaeda.

Is there any doubt they are planning to hit us again?

If it is to be, then let it be. It will take another attack on the homeland to quell the chattering of chipmunks and to restore America's righteous rage and singular purpose to prevail."

www.philly.com/dailynews/columnists/stu_bykofsky/20070809_Stu_Bykofsky___To_save_America__we_need_another_9_11.html

Can you f@#ing believe this! In a sane society this guy would not have a column in a newspaper, but a straightjacket in a padded cell.

Strangely enough, these lunatic-fringe comments seem quite in vogue these days and are uttered regularly by various political/media/military nutjobs. Here's a dandy one from the chairman of the Arkansas Republican Party, Dennis Milligan:
"At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing, and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on [Sept. 11, 2001], and the naysayers will come around very quickly to appreciate not only the commitment for President Bush, but the sacrifice that has been made by men and women to protect this country."

rawstory.com/news/2007/Arkansas_GOP_head_We_need_more_0603.html

And, Lt.-Col. Doug Delaney, chair of the war studies program at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario is quoted in the Toronto Star as saying:

The key to bolstering Western resolve is another terrorist attack like 9/11 or the London transit bombings of two years ago."

"If nothing happens, it will be harder still to say this is necessary," adds Delaney.

www.thestar.com/News/article/233617

Even fetalphobe Rick Santorum thinks that if we have a terrorist event before the elections it will help get Republicans elected.
"Between now and November, a lot of things are going to happen, and I believe that by this time next year, the American public’s going to have a very different view of this war, and it will be because, I think, of some unfortunate events, that like we’re seeing unfold in the UK. But I think the American public’s going to have a very different view."

He later goes on radio to say Americans will instinctively vote in a Republican for president instead of a spineless, snot-nosed, wimpy Democrat (who might hesitate before dropping a nuclear bomb on Tehran [who will most likely be blamed]).

www.wonkette.com

What's so weird about this ghoulish talk is that in their twisted, blood-splattered world-view a terrorist attack is a win-win proposition for Republicans, election year or not. For instance, Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani was recently quoted as saying that if a Democrat gets elected in 2008 America will be at risk for another terrorist attack on the scale of Sept.11, 2001. Yet, ironically, if such and event were to happen today, when we have a Republican in charge, Americans, for some reason, will rally around the Republicans? Does that make any sense? Only if you have been in room 101 for too long and your torturer has finally convinced you that the four fingers he is holding up in the air are really five.

All I can make from all this fear-based rhetoric is that the rogue elements in our government are planning a major terrorist event in America in order to stay in power. And, if we let them get away with it, we will probably see roundups of people like me and you, truthseekers, who are dissenters in this fraudulent "War on Terror."

Because the fearmongers are also ramping up the tempo considerably -- from phony NIE reports that say Al CIAduh is fully reconstituted and ready to attack, to Michael Chertoff's "gut feeling" that something big is going to happen this summer, we need to ramp it up too, quickly.

Please, get out there and do something to educate people today about false flag terrorism today!

Visit www.truthaction.org and www.911blogger.com to find a 9/11 Truth group in your area.

Check out this short video of an interview with Webster Tarpley, who wrote one of the best books on false flag terrorism: "9/11: Synthetic Terrorism Make in the USA."

2 comments:

Anon-Paranoid said...

Very good post...
All I would say is that if there is a real terrorist attack I hope and pray there all right in the middle of it.

God Bless.

i.m.small said...

IT OUGHT TO GIVE THEM PAUSE

Republicans
May stoop to win
As democrats
Fill with chagrin.

The radio pundits quick to pounce
On every little trick,
In furtherance of the Neocons´
Ambitious program slick,
Make no apologies
For any straw they seize:
It may not be the last of straws
But ought to give the hearers pause.

Republicans
May stoop to win
While Democrats
But dumbly grin.

Nor not merely the radio,
The candidates display
They know the way to limbo low
And limber show the way
(Rushing with heart and soul,
To sleaze beneath the pole,
The limbo pole: decorum´s laws
In their abeyance seem to pause).

Republicans
May stoop to win,
But Democrats
Hardly begin.

As (for example) John McCain
When he was an outsider,
A populist: his hopes were slain
When he became collider
With rumors highly racist--
Evidence prima fascist--
That he, as white as Santa Claus
Sired a black child--so votes must pause.

Republicans
May stoop to win
Yet Democrats
Still scratch their skin.

Today the word is that Barack
Obama is a "Muslim,"
(A fallacy), and so to shock,
To obfuscate, to puzzle him,
They say, with hype and drama,
"Barack Hussein Osama,"
So to confound the listeners
As seem responsive to such slurs.

Republicans
May stoop to win
While Democrats
Reel from the spin.

To stoop to any depth may be
Pragmatic--if effective--
But voters, insofar they see
Have got to be defective
If they let rumors subtle
Against which no rebuttal
So influence their vote, because
Such methods ought to give them pause.