For many years, Israel’s open secret is that it’s one of eight known nuclear powers. Israel maintains a double standard. It won’t let another Middle East state acquire nuclear weapons, but will never give up its own or the right to use them preemptively.
Archive for April 23rd, 2010
NO MONEY FOR A KIDS EDUCATION, WE NEED IT TO KILL UP A BUNCH OF BROWN SKINNED PEOPLE, AND DON’T FORGET THE BILLIONS TO ISRAEL… AJ
Hundreds of thousands of public school teachers across the United States are facing possible layoffs this coming academic year.
Confronting massive budget deficits, school districts throughout the country have been sending out notices (“pink slips”) to employees this spring, warning them that they are unlikely to have a job in the fall. The bloodletting is worst in California, Illinois, New York, Michigan, and New Jersey, but nearly every region in the country is affected.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the world’s major sources of instability. Americans are directly connected to this conflict, and increasingly imperiled by its devastation.
Those of us still registered as guests in the Hotel Reality note with a certain amount of amusement the growing number of people–including pretty important folks no less in stature than El Presidente Obama himself–who have figured out that there is a problem, and specifically with this creature known as Israel. More importantly, they realize that this “problem” is not some trivial, localized issue affecting only a few unimportant po’ folk thousands of miles away in places such as Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, etc, but rather that the whole Israeli situation is like an inflamed appendix–tiny in its size, but deadly enough to destroy the entire body politic if not removed or dealt with rationally.
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America, Afghanistan, Israel, all the same
“Tapping the reptile brain”
Any discussion that challenges how people are conditioned by repeated lies and planned mythology is doomed to fail. The human mind has been debased to the point where it no longer learns as part of survival but takes in lies like a rat eating a corpse. Nearly every assumption we are expected to build on, from the phony heroics of Rudy Giuliani or the utterly discredited 9/11 investigation to the imaginary War on Terror was created in whole or part as a fiction, to entertain, amuse or to kill. The glue that holds Washington, Kabul, Tel Aviv, London, Zurich and Geneva together is war profits, drug money and oil speculation. What makes it all possible is the lies we call news, lies, staged terrorist “events” and wars where, if we didn’t supply the enemy ourselves, we would be using cluster bombs against spears. Building an enemy is far more important than defeating one.
“The more one thinks about it, the odder our obsession with Iran appears. It’s a pretty unlovable regime, to be sure, but given Iran’s actual capabilities, why do U.S. leaders devote so much time and effort trying to corral support for more economic sanctions (which aren’t going to work) or devising strategies to ‘contain’ an Iran that shows no sign of being able to expand in any meaningful way?”
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The U.S. government uses foreign wars to distract people’s attention from internal problems. That’s according to rapper and political activist ‘Immortal Technique’. In an exclusive interview with RT’s Marina Portnaya he says America’s bad decisions are covered up with lame excuses.