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Dick Cheney Unrepentant – Al Qaeda and the Rebel Military Command – Ron Paul: FEMA Not Needed – Libyan Rebels/Gaddafi Loyalists Commit Atrocities – Obama’s New Layer of Government

August 29, 2011

Dick Cheney: One Year As a Walking Zombie

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I know there are many good people who think Cheney is a conservative, but this cannot be further from the truth.  Not only is he a member of the socialist organization known as the Counsel on Foreign Relations, he was a director.  Just because a Republican criticizes Obama does not make him a supporter of American values or of the Constitution. That’s one way the establishment confuses us.  The globalists maintain the false left-right paradigm while being on the same team and aiming for the same goal, a one world socialist government.  The dismantling of America’s sovereignty is a primary goal of the CFR.   Here’s a red flag: torture is not an American value, but it is favored by totalitarians like the Nazis, Red Chinese and the Soviets.

Former VP marks anniversary as member of the living dead

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Monday, August 29, 2011

Although the debate still rages as to whether or not he had a pulse to begin with, torture-approving, wiretap-loving former Vice-President Dick Cheney recently marked one year as a member of the living dead.

In July last year, Cheney had a ventricular assist device implanted in his body which “leaves most recipients without a pulse because it pushes blood continuously instead of mimicking the heart’s own pulsatile beat.”

During an interview aired this morning on MSNBC, Cheney frightened reporter with his ‘Dawn of the Dead’ style antics, removing the battery from his heart pump before it started beeping.

Cheney has survived as a zombie long enough to finalize and promote his new memoir, My Time, in which he unapologetically re-affirms his support for torture, the invasion of Iraq, and warrantless wiretapping.

The former VP’s arrogance has not lessened with age or ill health. The book fails to even admit a single “mistake” in the prosecution of the Iraq war, which still remains unfinished over eight years later and was based on a cocktail of lies and deceit.

“Five hundred and sixty five pages and a simple apology would have been in order in some of them,” writes conservative columnist George Will. “Which is to say, the great fact of those eight years is we went to war—big war, costly war—under false pretenses. And…to write a memoir in which you say essentially nothing seriously went wrong…if I wrote a memoir of my last week, I would have things to apologize for.”

The book has also provided neo-cons with yet another opportunity to make absolute morons out of themselves by still clinging to the fable that the invasion of Iraq was based on some noble necessity and that the justification for it just got muddled in the process.

“The notion that Cheney owes us an apology is interesting,” writes James Joyner. “It depends entirely on whether the Bush administration took us to war knowing Saddam did not have a nuclear weapons program or simply downplayed evidence casting doubt in order to make the case for war they genuinely believed was necessary.”

Joyner fails to mention the fact that Cheney and Bush considered deliberately faking a pretext on which to launch the war after the WMD hoax began to crumble. As the Downing Street Memo revealed, the Bush administration discussed staging a provocation by painting a US spy plane in UN colors and flying it over Iraq, in the hope that Saddam Hussein would order it shot down.

A picture of Cheney’s ventricular assist device can be viewed below. Rumors that his diet now solely consists of human brains have yet to be confirmed.


Al-Qaeda Kingpin Is New Military Commander Of Tripoli

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Monday, August 29, 2011

Journalist Pepe Escobar told RT Al-Qaeda is already effectively in power in the capital.


Ron Paul: Why We Don’t Need FEMA

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Fox News Sunday
Monday, August 29, 2011

Ron Paul explains why FEMA is a failure of central economic planning.


Libyan rebels carry out reprisal attacks

Simon Denyer
The Washington Post
August 27, 2011

TRIPOLI, Libya — Evidence emerged Friday that Col. Moammar Gaddafi’s retreating forces executed scores or even hundreds of political prisoners this week, even as victorious rebel fighters appear to have carried out their own abuses.

Survivors of an attack by pro-Gaddafi troops said they had watched as fellow prisoners were mowed down by machine-gun fire, minutes after being told they were free.

But Gaddafi loyalists were also targets of apparent extrajudicial killings. Those deaths have cast a dark shadow over Libya’s newfound freedom and call into question whether the rebels will break with Gaddafi’s blood-soaked style of governance or merely mimic it.

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Obama Creates Office of Diversity Via Executive Order

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Written by Raven Clabough   –   New American
Friday, 26 August 2011 12:02

President Obama has signed yet another Executive Order — his 94th to date — creating an Office of Diversity for the purpose of boosting minority participation in the federal work force.

The mission for the Order reads:

By this order, I am directing executive departments and agencies to develop and implement a more comprehensive, integrated, and strategic focus on diversity and inclusion as a key component of their human resources strategies.

According to Judicial Watch, in an effort to complete the mission set forth by the Executive Order, the Obama administration has created special initiatives to target Hispanics, African Americans, American Indians, women, gays, and lesbians. (Perhaps the Village People, pictured above left, might serve as models for the campaign.)

Besides the obvious lack of constitutional authority for the federal government to engage in such a task, some observers are wondering why the federal government appears more concerned by the ethnicity or race of those who work for it than for the capabilities and qualifications of those workers.

The federal government already maintains an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission which currently investigates and enforces federal discrimination laws. The EEOC website explains of the agency’s role:

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. It is also illegal to discriminate against a person because the person complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit.

Most employers with at least 15 employees are covered by EEOC laws (20 employees in age discrimination cases). Most labor unions and employment agencies are also covered.

The laws apply to all types of work situations, including hiring, firing, promotions, harassment, training, wages, and benefits.

Critics note that creating an Office of Diversity when the EEOC is already in existence is yet another example of agency redundancies in the federal government. Ironically, President Obama particularly discussed the problem of redundancies in his State of the Union address, wherein he observed that 12 federal agencies or offices deal with international trade, for example, and at least two regulate salmon.

The Government Accountability Office reported earlier this year that there are more than 100 programs dealing with surface transportation issues, 82 that monitor teacher quality, 47 for job training, 17 different grant programs for disaster preparedness, etc.

“Reducing or eliminating duplication, overlap, or fragmentation could potentially save billions of taxpayer dollars annually and help agencies provide more efficient and effective services,” the GAO said.


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