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3 Responses to JFK, Obama, and the Unspeakable

  1. Payday Loans November 22, 2011 at 11:29 pm

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  2. Raghead the Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist June 22, 2014 at 8:42 am

    Interesting article, but it misses two points.

    First, JFK was an elected president. Drone Man is, and always has been, a selected one. There was no way DM would go against the Military Industrial Complex since he could never have got to the Oval Office unless he’d been its creature from Day One. Ever since Bush was awarded the presidency after losing the popular vote, you haven’t had an elected president, and I doubt if you’ll ever have one again. For example your next selected president will be Killary Klingon.

    Secondly, war has now become a self-perpetuating industry. The article flirts with, but skirts, that point. Wars aren’t meant to be won, they’re meant to be fought on and on and on, using jihadist cannibal headhunter or Nazi proxies if troops, drones or cruise missile “non-combat operations” can’t be carried out. DM has shown not the slightest, teensiest attempt to be anything but an enthusiastic participant in these war crimes. 

    As far as Drone Man’s comments about Gandhi go, it’s a bad joke. Like the beauty pageant participants who all admire Mother Teresa.

  3. Rene Descartes November 30, 2014 at 7:21 pm

    “An optimist may see a light where there is none, but why must the pessimist always run to blow it out?” –

    Rene Descartes

    This is my first thought after reading this well thought out article and having that exquisite feeling of seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Which by the way no amount of blowing will actually blow out as it is the only real thing in a world of delusion and illusions of smoke and mirrors which the ruling class uses to oppress the entire world. The LIGHT has WON thank GOD for that, it is time that you realize that your puppetry is based on the insanity that GOD-TRUTH would be defeated in the end.

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