1. The anti-communist movement was just really an anti-populist movement. The well off, not wanting to share the world with the general population. Keep them suppressed. After defeating the communist, break the labor unions. They, the oligarchs, didn’t want organized labor. Keep the population as poor and dumb as possible, so they will fight each other for the crumbs we give them.
2. The Indo-China war, called the Vietnam war was about many things:
a) Enrich the weapons companies who are your buddies. They are euphemistically called defense companies.
b) Perfect Guerrilla Warfare techniques, also observing the psychological effects of a long term campaign.
10 More Observations From Big Mike full post
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Do yourself a favor. Call me crazy now, before you read the rest of this story. That way, this can be gotten out of the way, because what I am about to tell you, most of the public will not believe.
On September 11, 2001, there were no terrorist involved, as reported by the U.S. Government, in the attacks on the World Trade Centers or the Pentagon.
For those of you who haven’t called me a bunch of four letter words ( amongst other things ), and clicked to another page, let me try to explain.
The Missing Culprits full post
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Greetings Representative Polis,
A few associates and I are having a gun conversation; as the entire nation is at this time. I think there are some valid ideas the might be flushed out in policy creation. The content of this letter is a longer read, so I would like to start with a summary of the main thoughts-
- Take the Big Government argument out of the equation and provide a competing lobby to the NRA.
- Set some standards and requirements in gun ownership,
- Identify ways to have peers take the keys away from the “drunk drivers” (mentally unfit),
A Proposal – Gun Legislation full post
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Recently I applied for a position as project and operations manger for an electric car startup company manufacturing in S.E. Asia. Since a friend knew of my interest he forwarded an article about industrial espionage, indicating that top management of Renault were selling the program details for their electric car to the Chinese
Global Allegiance full post
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A post on Facebook regarding a NY Times Op-ed article (Building a Nation of Know-Nothings http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/08/25/building-a-nation-of-know-nothings/) inspired me to comment… that comment became involved and I thought I would share.
I currently reside in one of the heaviest liberal areas of the US, within this area I live in a small mountain village of poets, anarchists, and libertarians. People who either were escaping the confines of organized society or just could not fit in. The people of this enclave cultivate an atmosphere of abrasiveness toward outsiders and authority which has allowed them a great deal of autonomy.