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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2006 9:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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It's almost as if the Murtha story truly was not meant for dispersal, while Cheney's was poured into a mold for mass manufacture.


If he's heard of on the internet at all in hard to find places, I'd suspect he's the backup decoy, now that the Cheney card is out of steam.

In August 2005, I was still believing that Cheney was a 'mastermind'.

Turns out Cheney ain't nothing but a windbag. He's not exactly a stooge, but he's been overrated. I don't think he knows who did it or how. I'm sure Cheney and Bush and all the rest of them understand what 911 really was, no doubt had assurance that 'something' would give their stillborn Administration the big boost in 2001. But I don't think they know details and wouldn't want to know. It's not in their job description.

I've seen the name Murtha turn up, though can't recall where. No, I hadn't known anything about him being involved in 911 terror drills.

During 2002, I believe we who didn't buy the official story automatically suspected the 'Gub'ment', and probed the web hoping to find clues. What we entered was a 'maze of Mithras', a sort of computer game of sleuth.
The scam was to pull people down that rabbit hole into Wonderland, like Alice.

Post some hard copy and links on Murtha so we all can read up. I'm 'dubious' only because it's another name and we've been handed so many names...like eggs in an Easter Egg hunt.

What I'm about to say is really off the wall, but if they figured we'd all be looking at US government and hidden government and domestically in general, it may be that the 911 op really was carried out by another G-8 host that has never even been considered. Who knows? Maybe even Chinese. Maybe like in the old Mob days when if there was to be a big hit in LA, they'd have a hit man from way out of town plan and execute it without telling anybody details. One thing he'd do would be to set up a number of frameups among the obvious local connections with motive and opportunity, to keep the LA detectives running around in circles when the real guy was only in town for 3 hours and is spending the loot in Rio.

I suspect that many offshore players were involved in the actual op. Even so, there had to be a few key players in the US chain of command to create the clusterfuck situation on that day....though like some wacky scenario from Mission Impossible, they may not have known what was going to happen. The way that works is, if you have a secret club in which all the members are sworn to perform actions without questioning, it can happen. And nobody would know anything to confess. It would amount to a huge pile of very suspicious circumstantial evidence, which there seems to be plenty of around 911. That 'orgy of evidence'. This has been an 'orgy' that Nero would have called 'party of the century'.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2006 11:04 pm    Post subject: The Great Dictator Unmasks Reply with quote




http://billmon.org/archives/002964.html

The Great Dictator Unmasks

by Fintan Dunne, BreakForNews.com, 14th Nov. 2006

Well, for the past few months, in the 9/11 3i Audio series, we've been
banging on about GHW Bush being the REAL Power. This is the vital
secret behind 9/11 and the rise to power of the G8/NWO.


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9/11 Without Tinfoil - Part 1: THE COUP
http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=827
9/11 Without Tinfoil - Part 2: THE DECEPTION
http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=891
9/11 Without Tinfoil - Part 3: THE NEXT LEVEL
http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=963

And now, here He comes. Larger than Life. Well Fuck Me!!

It's like seeing one of those giant statues of Chairman Mao.

Regular readers will quickly realize that it hardly a coincidence that only
weeks ago GHW saw the launching of a giant "larger than life" aircraft
carrier named in his honour.

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In Photos: The Bush/G8 New World Order
http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=986


Is this careful PsyOp preparation of the social/media terrain, or what?!

They're setting people up for the re-emergence in the public eye of the Great Dictator.
The ruthless fucker who has been the lynchpin of the G8/NWO Gambit.

He's effectively taking over the Presidency, unelected, from GW. Fuck Me Again!!!

Well, at least it's out in the open now.
But the audacity is breath-taking.

Scum.

Here's the NewsWeek article.
Read it and weep.

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By Jon Meacham Newsweek

Nov. 20, 2006 issue - George Herbert Walker Bush is a proud father;
tears easily come to his eyes when he thinks of his children, all of them,
and there is gracious deference in his tone when he talks about the son
he calls, with emphasis, "The President."


Interesting that it's almost a cliche that the fascist dictator has tears in
his eyes as the little girl hands him flowers, yet is ruthless in dealing
death for personal gain. That maudalin sentimentality is characteristic.

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....In a conference room filled with commemorative shotguns in his Houston
offices last Wednesday, the father settled in to watch his son's post-
election press conference on TV. Lunching on pizza, Bush Senior listened
as George W. Bush said the loss of Congress was a "thumping," promised
to "work with" a commission on Iraq chaired by James A. Baker III and
Lee Hamilton
, and announced that Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
was resigning. Within two hours the president was in the Oval Office with
Rumsfeld and his replacement: Robert M. Gates, Bush Senior's CIA
director
and the president of Texas A&M University, the home of Bush 41'
s presidential library.


Wow. So cozy so quick.

Of course the undue haste is to push ahead with the ol' "bipartizan" scam
real quick before the Democrat supporters start yelling that they could
give a fuck about so-called "sharing in governance" and "bipartizanship".

So the idea is to portray GW as a total fuck-up whom you couldn't rely
on to wipe his ass without messing up. It's theatre. Political theatre.

On one level it's outrageous that GHW would paint his own son as a
complete goof-up before the whole world like this. But do they care?!!



I bet GHW and GWB piss themselves laughing that the proles buy it.
Although the underlying interpersonal dynamics are another story.

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In Houston the phones started ringing, and Bush 41 staffers were pulled
away from their pizza. Reporters were calling and e-mailing: would 41
talk about 43's shake-up? The answer was no, though two perfunctory
statements were issued (one for the College Station Eagle and one, as
the former president put it, "for everybody else"). Still, the reality spoke
for itself. Dad's team was back—a remarkable course correction in the
political life of the son and, quite possibly, in the life of the nation
.


Course correction my ass. All in the plan, as we know.

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The American people, as politicians like to say, spoke last week—and
spoke in no uncertain terms. The 2006 vote does not suggest an
eagerness for a sharp left turn. It seems, rather, to be a plea for a shift
from the hard right of the neoconservatives to the center represented by
the old man in Houston
.

Well, there ya go for chutzpah.

George HW Bush is the new "center" ??

Yeah. And you better get used to it.
Metaphorically as well as politically.

George HW Bush is the new "center" of the Republican Party.
George HW Bush is the new "center" of the Democratic Party.
George HW Bush is the new "center" of the 1 / 2 Party State.

Because George HW Bush has ALWAYS been the "Center".



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Did 41 help bring Gates to the Pentagon? The White House denies it, but,
as a Bush friend told NEWSWEEK, "his fingerprints are all over this." (The
friend refused to be identified for fear of alienating the family.) Given the
mists of secrecy that envelop the 41-43 relationship, it is striking that the
broad Bush circle believes he had a hand in the Rumsfeld succession: as
an old CIA director, 41 rarely leaves any clues at all.


Ah, the old "friend of the family told me" ploy. Laughing

Bullshit. This is agency-scripted pseudo-journalism. This is a westernized
version of the kind of political "analysis" pieces which appear in China's
controlled media. Articles that chart the shifts and changes in Politburo
politics. Articles informing the masses what to think next.

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The Bush family psychodrama is the stuff of perennial speculation but
little information, since the two people who know the most about it—the
father and the son—speak of it so infrequently. Yet its complexity, its
blend of love and rivalry, is rich analytical territory.
(Maureen Dowd of
The New York Times, an unlikely e-mail pal of 41's, has spent so much
time contemplating the generational drama that she ultimately published
an excellent book on the topic, "Bushworld"; it ran to 544 pages.)


The "relationship" is a myth. As is the notion of GWB having his own ideas.
Maureen Dowd is yet another shrill for the crafted public family image.

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As the war has gone badly and the years have ticked by—2003, 2004,
2005 and now much of 2006—the senior President Bush, the man who
managed to capture just 37 percent of the vote in 1992, has grown in
stature
. Raising taxes and capping domestic spending in 1990, refusing to
exceed the United Nations mandate after expelling Saddam from Kuwait,
and deftly managing the end of the cold war and the reunification of
Germany loom ever larger. Given the midterm reaction to the son's
inattention to alliances and to the details of postwar Iraq, it is clear that
many Americans are nostalgic for the skills and sensibility the first
President Bush brought to the Oval Office
—a reversal of historical fortune
that has come, sadly for the father, at the expense of his son.


So here's the big play for the new Leader. Il Duce. Way to Go!

And just in case you miss the point that GHW has grown in stature,
the fact is drilled home visually on the front cover of Newsweek.
One of the most blatant PsyOp covers to ever grace that CIA rag.



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In classical terms, the tragic figure is someone whose inherent flaws are
evident from the beginning
. In the wake of September 11, we knew our
president's virtues. He was resolute, disdainful of dissent; like his hero
Winston Churchill, Bush dismissed critics he believes spin around with "
the alacrity of squirrels." But we also knew Bush's vices. Resolution can
harden into stubbornness; a refusal to listen to criticism can breed
isolation.


This is George W. "Lee Harvey" Bush at his most incompetent. The Patsy.

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Much has been given to George W. Bush, and now, in the twilight of his
term, as his father's men step in, he has been given another great gift:
one more chance to set things right.


One more chance to set things right......
As a lame duck go-fer for the Old Man.

But, then again...he's always been that.

Perfect.

Say hello to your new President.
The one you've had for years.

But never knew...

Until now.



http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15674912/site/newsweek/
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 12:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That old bugger. I rue the day I ever heard of that slime. "The Man who Sold America".

All I can say--as I've said many times since 1980 and this guy co-opted my entire life. "MAKE IT STOP!"

That NewSpeak magazine cover is ..... surreal. I thought it was a gag at first. Jesus Bald Headed Christ...........

"Behold the worm, your Honor!"

But he's old, and I have real firsthand information from someone I know who knows him--he spends most of his days sailing off the coast of Kennebunkport, lying on the deck with his shirt open to the sun in the cool breeze, drinking $1200 per bottle Rothchild wine, high as a kite on Zanex.

Obviously his successor won't be GW. Who's the next King when he's gone.

And ......... oooh gawd..........after lionizing Ronald Reagan to High Himmel for a week for that funeral, I can imagine the holographic pyrotechnics we'll have when this bugger checks out.

My ex wife's dad said a great remark during the Reagan funeral week--himself 97 years old and a Normandy Beach invasion hero.
Quote:

"Ain't they put that bastard in the ground yet!?" ~ Charles Rounsavall, WWII Veteran, Arkansas

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 6:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Part of me can't help but admire such an inspirational leader. He's obviously got a great sense of humour too.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 11:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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plan and execute it without telling anybody details. One thing he'd do would be to set up a number of frameups among the obvious local connections with motive and opportunity, to keep the LA detectives running around in circles when the real guy was only in town for 3 hours


Absolutely, Mr. Orange. If it had not been a version of so many different movie plots, then perhaps people would not have such difficulty applying the concept to the real world.

Time heals all wounds. The wounds healed reveal the scars. The scars reveal the liars.

We still have plenty of time.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 4:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Speaking as USA's ambassador to Australia, Rupert Murdock has (dis)graced our shores once again. The NWO don't want to lose Australia, as public opinion against the war of terror in Iraq has been swelling to about 70%. Rupert says "legitimate doubts about one administration and one policy shouldn't cloud the long-term judgment of Australians to the detriment of both countries."

In other words, Bush is the patsy, lets get back to being friends. Rupert's vast propaganda machine is obviously working at a frothing pace, and the spin has hit overdrive with some soiled results.

"I am well aware that the Iraq war was and is unpopular among many Australians and I am well aware that not every Australian sees the current American administration in a favourable light. But wars end, administrations come and go, the Australian people must not allow their perfectly legitimate doubts about one policy or one American administration to cloud their long-term judgment."

In other words, in doesn't matter who's in power, we're in for the long haul.

Our lame Parasite Member (PM), John Howard was also seen on Rupert's right shoulder sprouting "America remains a powerful and irreplaceable force for good in the world and for the way of life and values that we all hold so dear."

So yeah, invading countries to keep up our standard of living is something we hold dear.

He goes on "For some, a bit of armchair anti-Americanism may be nothing more than a mild indulgence but let me say to those who so indulge themselves something I said in Chicago earlier this year; be careful what you wish for."

I'm wishing that all the killing stops, but I should be careful about wishing that because Johnny will send his stormtroppers down to my place and stomp on me.

"Rupert Murdoch was right when he said our involvement in Iraq was never popular and if I may say so, I think it's about the most poll defiant thing I've done in the whole of my prime ministership."

A personal crusade with the NWO?

Rupert also threw in a bit about global warming (surprise, surprise).
"We have a shared interest in finding new sources of energy. This will lessen our dependence on oil whose profits in some instances help to finance terror and prop up hostile regimes. It will also help avoid the potentially catastrophic, if still uncertain, effects of climate change."

Yes, the big profit makers are from Britain and USA, who have had their finger in the middle east ever since oil became a commodity.

And in the final coup, Murdock is financing a 70 million dollar NWO propaganda outpost, called the "US study centre" at Sydney University.

http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2006/s1788690.htm
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 6:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ormond wrote:

But he's old, and I have real firsthand information from someone I know who knows him--he spends most of his days sailing off the coast of Kennebunkport, lying on the deck with his shirt open to the sun in the cool breeze, drinking $1200 per bottle Rothchild wine, high as a kite on Zanex.

Obviously his successor won't be GW. Who's the next King when he's gone.


To me it is becomingly painfully obvious that the next president will be...drumroll....another Bush. Isn't it the all-too-appropriate nod to the Grand Wazoo to throne his next in line? Jeb has certainly fulfilled the prerequisites.

While some very solid prediction and analysis on the imminent rise of the democrats has been achieved here, and while Hilary may indeed run in '08, I believe that the house and senate sweep has fulfilled the token Dem agenda; now our eyes are being directed toward a new stage left, namely 'the one and true center'...spotlights...All hail, 'Il Papa'!. Conveniently just in time for the early stages of....drumroll....the presidential campaign season. If Jeb throws his hat into the ring, you can count on him going the distance.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MSM presents the perception that the frontrunner for Republican nomination is McCain. The discreet Repbublican discussions I tap into are talking Jeb Bush. Republican voters don't care for McCain at all. The MSM presents him for the benefit of the Democrat voters watching MSM. Mainline consumption.
The Republican voters, active party members, don't talk in public, and they do like Jeb Bush.

Why? How is that possible?

Both Republican and Democrat believers (voters) are victims of Engineered Consent, ie, 'public relations' (aka, propaganda).

The system works with plans within plans. Jeb may very well be whipped out in 2007, the MSM are deliberately presenting distractions for the time being.

The 'early' return to majority on Capitol Hill of the Dems gives two years for perception to see this 'new, bipartisan' bullshit, and the MSM is see is pushing nostalgia for the GHW Bush era? How fucking evil.

There has been much talk for several years from both Dems and Republicans that GW makes them 'miss' GHW, the true evil genius (Doctor Evil).

We may be witnessing the unthinkable: the American line of Caesars, with GHW not as Julius, but Octavian "Augustus", who was the most cunning and enjoyed four and a half decades of reign, and died--I think--of natural causes.

Personally, I've suspected that we may well see the Presidency--which is really a proxy position--go back and forth between Bush and Clinton family inheritors.
This is NOT new. It was done in Ireland during the Norman rule period, when the Throne in London dangled the King's proxy rulership of Ireland like a carrot, giving it for a term to a Fitzgerald, then to a Butler. That went on for a few centuries until the Cromwell collapsed the old Feudal order.

Will we be seeing a Jenna Bush, Chelsea Clinton Presidency in 2020? If there is still an "America" as we know it at all?

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think there's entirely too much promo budget invested in Hillary to think of anyone else to ascend the throne.

Barring her being hit by a bus, I think Billary are up next. Cool

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 11:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree. Hillary's being shoved down the public mynd-hole. Hardcore, non-stop.

Back in March everybody I suggested that to told me the same thing, 'never happen. Too much baggage'.

Every day now, I hear the MSM mentioning her as the most serious contender.

We'll get some kind of combo with Gore. As Fintan proposed about two months ago: Gore/Clinton, or Clinton/Gore.

HOWEVER, I won't be surprised if there's more Bush in the future.

Things have accelerated now. We may be in for a decade of swings between Iron Glove/Velvet Fist so fast they make our heads defibrulate.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2006 11:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ormond wrote:
We'll get some kind of combo with Gore. As Fintan proposed about two months ago: Gore/Clinton, or Clinton/Gore.

HOWEVER, I won't be surprised if there's more Bush in the future.

Yes, and think way down the line we might eventually see Jeb starting to be seen more, chiming in with criticisms of Dubya's "mistakes", and looking like he's a "different breed of Bush."

"Makeover on aisle 666..."

Shocked

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Best analysis of the surreal I've seen here on B4N.
Hillary? Jeb?
It's not so much about who's popular as who's handicapped.

A crafty old guy I knew used to bet the trotters like that. Not which horse was the strongest, but which had which jockey, how many losses since they won, looking at patterns, how big is the purse now and are the odds wide enough to make money for the owner's friends, etc. Given all that, he'd box some bets, tri-fecta, etc.

But his point was: it's politicized and rigged, but he won consistently betting on the corruption.

My suspicion is that "Jeb in 2008" would be too brazen, but so was Bush in 2000 and 2004. However, I think there's no particular need for another Bush at this time, and there's no particular need to increase the pressure cooker on the Democrats. I agree with Ormond that if Jeb throws in his hat, Republicans will back him as an alt-Bush. I also see, if Jeb throws in his hat, it cannot be allowed for him to run and lose. So he will either chill out and "care for the people of Florida" or he will WIN.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Btw, the Liberal blogs are buying this "family feud" scam hook, line and sinker.

Here's the latest screed making the rounds:

Little Bush Hits Back at Daddy

I'd like to suggest an alternative to Family Feud... perhaps "Globalists Gone Wild!" (imagine the DVD sales)....or for a more soap opera vibe, maybe Days of Our Liars.

And I don't think it's an accident that professional wrestling co-opted the phrase "New World Order" either. Its a perfect analogy to modern politics. Confused

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 10:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This audio was very touching Fintan. Very holistic and healing. Cool
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