Psychopaths Run Amok Dept.

Let’s see now…the ruler who personally targets his own citizens for assassination and supports limitless war against poorer Third World nations, is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The United States, which once fought to stop wars, now starts them. How far have we fallen? Check out this piece by Australian journalist and documentarian John Pilger who presents his well-supported take on American insanity.
History is the enemy as ‘brilliant’ psy-ops become the news
By John Pilger
21 June 2012
Arriving in a village in southern Vietnam, I caught sight of two children who bore witness to the longest war of the 20th century. Their terrible deformities were familiar. All along the Mekong River, where the forests were petrified and silent, small human mutations lived as best they could.

Today, at the Tu Du pediatrics hospital in Saigon, a former operating theatre is known as the “collection room” and, unofficially, as the “room of horrors”. It has shelves of large bottles containing grotesque fetuses. During its invasion of Vietnam, the United States sprayed a defoliant herbicide on vegetation and villages to deny “cover to the enemy”. This was Agent Orange, which contained dioxin, poisons of such power that they cause foetal death, miscarriage, chromosomal damage and cancer.
In 1970, a US Senate report revealed that “the US has dumped [on South Vietnam] a quantity of toxic chemical amounting to six pounds per head of population, including woman and children”. The code-name for this weapon of mass destruction, Operation Hades, was changed to the friendlier Operation Ranch Hand. Today, an estimated 4.8 million victims of Agent Orange are children.

Len Aldis, secretary of the Britain-Vietnam Friendship Society, recently returned from Vietnam with a letter for the International Olympic Committee from the Vietnam Women’s Union. The union’s president, Nguyen Thi Thanh Hoa, described “the severe congenital deformities [caused by Agent Orange] from generation to generation”. She asked the IOC to reconsider its decision to accept sponsorship of the London Olympics from the Dow Chemical Corporation, which was one of the companies that manufactured the poison and has refused to compensate its victims.
Aldis hand-delivered the letter to the office of Lord Coe, chairman of the London Organizing Committee. He has had no reply. When Amnesty International pointed out that in 2001 Dow Chemical acquired “the company responsible for the Bhopal gas leak [in India in 1984] which killed 7,000 to 10,000 people immediately and 15,000 in the following twenty years”, David Cameron described Dow as a “reputable company”. Cheers, then, as the TV cameras pan across the £7 million decorative wrap that sheathes the Olympic stadium: the product of a 10-year “deal” between the IOC and such a reputable destroyer.
History is buried with the dead and deformed of Vietnam and Bhopal. And history is the new enemy. On 28 May, President Obama launched a campaign to falsify the history of the war in Vietnam. To Obama, there was no Agent Orange, no free fire zones, no turkey shoots, no cover-ups of massacres, no rampant racism, no suicides (as many Americans took their own lives as died in the war), no defeat by a resistance army drawn from an impoverished society. It was, said Mr. Hopey Changey, “one of the most extraordinary stories of bravery and integrity in the annals of [US] military history”.

The following day, the New York Times published a long article documenting how Obama personally selects the victims of his drone attacks across the world. He does this on “terror Tuesdays” when he browses through mug shots on a “kill list”, some of them teenagers, including “a girl who looked even younger than her 17 years”. Many are unknown or simply of military age. Guided by “pilots” sitting in front of computer screens in Las Vegas, the drones fire Hellfire missiles that suck the air out of lungs and blow people to bits. Last September, Obama killed a US citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki, purely on the basis of hearsay that he was inciting terrorism. “This one is easy,” he is quoted by aides as saying as he signed the man’s death warrant. On 6 June, a drone killed 18 people in a village in Afghanistan, including women, children and the elderly who were celebrating a wedding.
The New York Times article was not a leak or an expose. It was a piece of PR designed by the Obama administration to show what a tough guy the ‘commander-in-chief’ can be in an election year. If re-elected, Brand Obama will continue serving the wealthy, pursuing truth-tellers, threatening countries, spreading computer viruses and murdering people every Tuesday.
The threats against Syria, coordinated in Washington and London, scale new peaks of hypocrisy. Contrary to the raw propaganda presented as news, the investigative journalism of the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung identifies those responsible for the massacre in Houla as the ‘rebels’ backed by Obama and Cameron. The paper’s sources include the rebels themselves. This has not been completely ignored in Britain. Writing in his personal blog, ever so quietly, Jon Williams, the BBC world news editor, effectively dishes his own ‘coverage’, citing western officials who describe the ‘psy-ops’ operation against Syria as ‘brilliant’. As brilliant as the destruction of Libya, and Iraq, and Afghanistan.
And as brilliant as the psy-ops of the Guardian’s latest promotion of Alastair Campbell, the chief collaborator of Tony Blair in the criminal invasion of Iraq. In his “diaries”, Campbell tries to splash Iraqi blood on the demon Murdoch. There is plenty to drench them all. But recognition that the respectable, liberal, Blair-fawning media was a vital accessory to such an epic crime is omitted and remains a singular test of intellectual and moral honesty in Britain.
How much longer must we subject ourselves to such an “invisible government”? This term for insidious propaganda, first used by Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud and inventor of modern public relations, has never been more apt. “False reality” requires historical amnesia, lying by omission and the transfer of significance to the insignificant. In this way, political systems promising security and social justice have been replaced by piracy, “austerity” and “perpetual war”: an extremism dedicated to the overthrow of democracy. Applied to an individual, this would identify a psychopath. Why do we accept it?

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First Responders: Radios Failed During Navy Yard Shooting

First Responders: Radios Failed During Navy Yard Shooting


Technical snafu adds extra layer of mystery to Navy Yard shooting’s questionable events

Adan Salazar
Sept. 21, 2013

In a report that has gone virtually unnoticed in the mainstream press, D.C. police and firefighters who first arrived to assist at the Washington Navy Yard earlier this week say they were frustrated when their radios failed during inspection of the building, adding yet another strange development to the already questionable set of circumstances that took place that day.


Navy Yard building: Emergency responders say radios lost contact inside building.

Navy Yard building: Emergency responders say radios lost contact inside building.

A union representative for the first responders said, “Initially, officers found that their radios were working. But as they ventured deeper into the building where the shooting took place, their equipment stopped functioning,” according to a report from The Hill.


Instead, officers were forced to rely on their cell phones to communicate with one another, a detail the chairman of the Fraternal Order of Police Naval District Washington Labor Committee, Anthony Meely, says was “unnecessary and sad.”

“They had to use their cellphone to just call out and tell them what’s going on,” Meely said.

Meely said he was disgusted by news that the team had to use cell phones, but that faulty radios were “a known issue” on the base, and that they were notorious for not being able to function properly within buildings, in addition to having batteries that could never sustain charge.

“…what could they do if the radios weren’t working?” asked Meely, adding “…that was the only way for them to call and get them some help.”

Additionally, firefighters were having the same problems with their radios. “The incident commander from Naval District Washington was not able to communicate from his position inside the building to fire units outside of the building. He was not able to communicate with his subordinate units outside of the building,” Greg Russell, president of the National Capital Federal Firefighters, said.

Although this may merely have been a technical snafu, it adds an extra layer of mystery to an already convoluted story that has only gotten stranger.

Wednesday, the Associated Press reported that alleged shooter Aaron Alexis believed people were trying to harm him with microwave radiation and had reportedly told Veterans’ Affairs physicians he was hearing voices and being followed.

On Thursday, we learned Alexis was found with firearms carved with messages, including one that read, “My E-L-F Weapon,” a message which the Washington Post wrote generally stands for “extremely low frequency,” which has led many to speculate he may have been a victim of targeted government mind control.

We also reported earlier this week that D.C.’s Containment Emergency Response Team (CERT) was mere minutes away from the shooting when it took place, yet when they arrived they were told by a commanding officer to leave the scene.

The CERT team’s leader has since been replaced and members of the team have not been questioned or debriefed as to why the stand down order was given, despite a source telling the BBC that the CERT team is typically debriefed “right away, at the very least the following day.”


This article was posted: Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 4:01 pm


Spectacle of Obama pretending concern about the national debt is insane-asylum material

By: John Hayward
3/15/2012 09:09 AM

The big ObamaCare news this week isn’t really “news” to anyone who was smart enough to see through the President’s obfuscations and fraudulent accounting when ObamaCare was being rammed down our throats. No group has ever been more utterly vindicated than ObamaCare critics, who were right about absolutely everything they said.

One of Obama’s sleaziest tricks was front-loading revenue into ObamaCare, while deferring expenses for as long as possible. This made it look like it would cost a lot less than it actually would. How much less? Oh, about half as much as the true cost… and that’s according to estimates from a government agency known for its extreme caution and static analysis methods.

The Congressional Budget Office does 10-year forecasts, so now that it’s 2012, they’re looking out to 2022, when some of the biggest fiscal damage from ObamaCare reveals itself. What they found is very ugly indeed, as Fox News reports:

In a largely overlooked segment of the CBO’s update to the budget outlook released Tuesday, the independent arm of Congress found that the bill will cost $1.76 trillion between now and 2022.

That only counts the cost of coverage, not implementation costs and other changes.

“The bill spends more than the president promised, it covers fewer people — probably 2 million fewer people — and it taxes more than was expected,” said Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., ranking member on the Senate Budget Committee.

What if we throw in those implementation costs? Where does that leave us, Senator Sessions?

“The full accounting of the bill is $2.6 trillion. That’s a fair and accurate analysis of what the bill would cost, according to CBO,” Sessions said, noting how the cost dwarfs the fight over the 10-year debt reduction plan debated last year.

“We spent a whole summer fighting over a way to reduce spending by $2.1 trillion and here this bill is going add $2.6 trillion more in spending.”

Politics often involves crazy sales tactics, but the spectacle of Obama and his Party pretending to be even slightly concerned about the national debt is insane-asylum material.

The lunatics are still trying to claim that all this wild spending and exploding cost will somehow reduce the deficit, by which they mean “make it grow a little slower than it otherwise would have.” This assertion is based, in part, on the huge amount of money ObamaCare will suck out of the private sector through taxes, and of course the unique quantum tax/fine of the “individual mandate,” which is either a tax or a fine, depending on which member of the Administration is speaking, and who is asking the question.

Since the Obama economy is getting ready to go into a nose dive, with less than 2 percent annual GDP growth, but the number of living human beings required to fork over ObamaCare taxes, fines, and quantum tax/fines continues to increase, ObamaCare becomes a more stable and reliable source of revenue. No matter how awful the economy gets, the ObamaCare needle will never budge from America’s veins.

When you hear a Democrat boast of the revenue ObamaCare is projected to bring in, understand that what they’re really saying is that they’ve crushed the economy so thoroughly that Big Government now survives on a tax you pay for the privilege of being alive.

By far the craziest quote in this story comes from Democrat Representative Jim Cooper of Tennessee, who flies over the cuckoo’s nest to assure us that even though ObamaCare has thus far caused health care costs to rise substantially, it will soon reverse that trend, because “there are no public options. There’s no big new government health plan being offered. It’s all private sector options, and we hope they compete against each other to get prices down.”

Sane people look at the many surveys take of terrified employers and understand reality is the precise opposite of what Cooper claims: it’s becoming increasingly attractive for businesses to terminate insurance coverage, to escape from the ObamaCare disaster, dumping their employees into the “public exchanges” or Medicaid. The Obama Administration wants military veterans thrown in those exchanges, too. As if Obama’s grinding unemployment and collapsing workforce weren’t already depriving too many Americans of private-sector health insurance!

We’re still two years away from the “full implementation” of ObamaCare, and the Congressional Budget Office has a poor track record of predicting the true cost of legislation while it’s still unfolding. Also, the collapse of private insurance can come very quickly, as businesses decide on fairly short notice that it makes more sense to pay the quantum tax/fine for non-compliance than to comply with a disaster. Wait until you see the ten-year projections that cover 2024. That will be right about the time you hear Democrats begin muttering that single-payer socialized medicine is the only possible escape from the ObamaCare nightmare they created.

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Class Assignment

What are the three branches of the federal government in the United States? What are their functions? What does “checks and balances” mean? How would you explain these concepts to Barry Soetoro?

Cover-up of False Flag Shooting at Navy Yard


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SWAT Team Told to ‘Stand Down’ During Navy Shooting Stonewalled by Authorities
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Unit’s leader replaced, others apply for leave
Paul Joseph Watson

September 20, 2013
Members of a Washington SWAT team who were told to stand down during the Navy Yard shooting have been stonewalled by authorities, while the leader of the elite unit has been replaced.

Image: Containment and Emergency Response Team (CERT)
As we reported earlier this week, the highly trained Containment and Emergency Response Team (CERT) was just minutes away from Building 197 of the headquarters for Naval Sea Systems Command when Aaron Alexis began his rampage.
Being the only personnel on site armed with long guns, the CERT team was asked by an officer with the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD to aid in hunting down the active shooter.
However, when the CERT Team radioed their superiors to obtain permission to go ahead with the operation, they were told by a watch commander to leave the scene.
The CERT team members are expert marksmen and it’s almost inevitable that their involvement in neutralizing the gunman would have saved lives. By the time armed police arrived 30 minutes later, Alexis had already killed 12 victims.
“I don’t think it’s a far stretch to say that some lives may have been saved if we were allowed to intervene,” a Capitol Police source told the BBC.
Instead of receiving answers as to why they were ordered to stand down, the CERT team has been stonewalled by authorities.
“Days after the shooting, none of the officers has been questioned by officials or investigators from a special panel that was convened on Wednesday,” reports BBC News, despite standard operating procedure directing that they be debriefed immediately.
The department has also replaced the leader of the unit with no explanation and four members of the SWAT Team have also applied for applied for temporary leave, according to the report.

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This article was posted: Friday, September 20, 2013 at 1:37 pm
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