Power concedes nothing without demand! Those who have neglected the duties of good citizenship, for what ever reason, bear full responsibility, for the incremental loss of our freedoms and the theft of the fruits of our labors that is going on in America today.
Those simple duties of good citizenship ignored in the past have now become the struggle of today.
This struggle ignored today, can and will, become the more tyrannical enslavement of your future!
By not fulfilling your patriotic obligation to the politics of America in the past you have allowed those criminals who have hijacked our government for there own selfish ends to attain great power. Left unchecked, this power will only become more tyrannical. That criminal power must be eliminated. Those who malinger and hope and dream of change without involvement are fools.
It never did and it never will . . . . Consider these words of Frederick Douglas, a former slave, spoken in 1857:
Let me give you a word of the philosophy of reforms. The whole history of the progress of human liberty shows that all concessions yet made to her august claims have been born of struggle . . . . . If there is no struggle there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. The struggle may be a moral one; or it may be a physical one; or it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will . . . .
And this from the poet Shelly . . .
Rise like lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number!
Shake your chains to earth, like dew
Which in sleep had fallen on you-
Ye are many; they are few!
What's the correct answer to this question;
"What the hell is going on in America?"
A. US Military Coup?
B. Pantycon Squabble?
C. US Government Meltdown?
D. All of the above?
Seems like the mainstream media is having a difficult time putting the news all together lately. This probably has something to do with the fact that they are not getting the usual clear signals from the butts that they suck on a daily basis. Why? The answer is simple, the owners of those butts, the wealthy elites of the world and their political minions, are at war with one another. They are confused, and in disarray. This battle is being played out in three broad theaters; a. the US Military, b. the Pantycon wing of the Republican party (if you are not yet up to speed on how the Neocons have morphed into the Pantycons, you can get yourself informed here) and c. in a bitter battle between Democrats and Republicans in the US Government. Here are a few recent key dots that are well worth connecting. They will give you a little insight as to the correct answer to the above question;
1. Ahmed Chalabi, darling of the Pantycons, has just had his home raided in Bagdhad by Iraqi police and US Military Personel. Pantycon Donald Rumsfeld, the Secretary of Defense, who is supposed to be in charge of American troops in Iraq, is reported by Agence France-Presse in the HindustanTimes.com as having no knowledge of the incident. Excerpt;
Asked about the raid after a Senate Armed Forces committee meeting, Rumsfeld on Thursday said, "I certainly was not aware that there was going to be a raid on a home if, in fact, there was."
2. Twenty four hours later, America's top military leader, General Richard Myers, who is also supposed to be in charge of the troops that just put the mess job on Chalabi's pad, is reported in the Financial Times as defending Chalabi. Excerpt;
"General Richard Myers, the most senior US military leader,
yesterday defended Ahmad Chalabi's Iraqi National Congress, saying
the organisation had helped save American lives in Iraq.
3. Head Pantycon, President Bush, then holds a secret meeting (what the mainstream media calls a closed door session) with Republicans in the basement of the capitol building. It is reported by the press that Bush said "nothing new" and it was only a "pep" rally. Hmmmmm, why would a pep rally, where nothing new was said, be held in secret? Here is an excerpt from the "Seattle Times" take on it;
"WASHINGTON - President Bush ascended Capitol Hill yesterday for what Republican lawmakers called a "pep rally" to restore the spirits of a GOP caucus worried about chaos in Iraq and Bush's declining poll numbers.
Bush gave a 35-minute, closed-doors version of his standard stump speech covering Iraq, the economy and energy policy. The 200 or so participants then filed past a bank of microphones to announce they were unified in support of Bush and that there had been no dissent expressed at the meeting. Bush, however, took no questions."
4. Karen Kwiakowski, Lt. Col. USAF (ret.), in her bi-weekly column posted at MilitaryWeek.com covers the Chalabi raid. In it she quotes Former Marine Middle East Specialist and Counterintelligence Officer Dale R. Davis who is now working in the private sector in Dubai. Here is a startling excerpt from Mr. Davis;
"Now, the neo-con darling, Ahmed Chalabi, has had
his house surrounded by the US military. What is the nexus of
these events? Well, it was Chalabi who provided the intelligence
that buoyed the ideological underpinnings of America's failed
policies in Iraq. Despite warnings from experts on all sides,
the Pentagon neo-cons clung relentlessly to Chalabi, even after
he admitted to fabricating intelligence during the run-up to
the war. Now with investigations likely to determine that prison
abuses in Iraq had their roots in controversial policies originating
from the civilian side of the Pentagon, and facing crisis after
crisis in Iraq the neo-cons are attempting to cut their losses
and are unable to counter maneuvers by an outraged senior military
leadership aimed at limiting their meddling in the conduct of
The bad news is that the correct answer is D. "All of the above." The US is in chaos!
The good news is that all of this turmoil is a good thing. It is a reflection of the rapidly growing dissatisfaction of American citizens -- now awakening in great numbers, in all areas of America, including the military -- with the massive deception that they have been subjected to by the Pantycons. And they are very unhappy about it!
The general consensus appears to be that Pantycon President, George Bush, is a pliable, inept boob, that has been used by an inner circle of perverted Republican crooks to subvert the US Constitution for their own twisted ends. He, and they, are on the way out. I would add the following caveat; Crooks of this ilk rarely give up power gracefully and the stakes are very high here. A staged event that would allow the imposition of martial law is a REAL possibility.
If the history of the modus operandi of the Pantycons is any guide they will signal their intentions clearly through media sluts like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter, George Wills, etc. If ever there were a time to pay attention and keep a cool head it is now.
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Addendum, this just in, apparent confirmation of the above: My, my, I started writing this article yesterday. A current check of the news services produced this little gem that seems to confirm the thinking of Mr. Davis above;
Warren Celli is a pro-freedom, anti-corruption, American citizen. He is the publisher of the BANNED, 'Saint Aug Dog' newspaper, and host of the Fountain of Baloney web site (links above). He is a registered Independent and he does vote! And yes, he has served in the US Military, four years in Naval Aviation, where, in the late fifties, he tracked Russian submarines all over the South China Seas.