35957Re: Editorial - NYTimes
- Jan 2, 2008--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "holderlin66"
> Bite Me, New York Times.
> I don't think pardonable comes into the picture. War crimes, torture,
> the Geneva Convention and Panicked or Pardoned just doesn't cut it
> unless you are Scooter Libby. It is pardonable that such souls like you
> failed to understand the hints in Project for a New Ahrimanic Century,
> or what the PNAC meant. They meant what they intended, they meant that
> unpardonable offenses against all of humanity were now part of the
> American dream or any human dream.
> Oh poor Yorick, this was not Panic by an innocent caught off guard
> administration, this was merely another black bag over a rotting corpse
> that stands for an excuse, like the lame wide eyed 'we didn't have any
> idea planes could fly into buildings...' utter crap. Three building
> collapse in their footprints... three buildings collapse in their
> footprints in exactly the same way.... on exactly the same day. A stand
> down for defense over the airspace of America... I hope you find out how
> Washington let them murder our own citizens on our own streets and for
> the time it takes you to find out, for every day, you dallied and
> refused to think it through, you should be refused water...for the
> months and years it took, you should be locked away and maybe
> waterboarded because we didn't give a maggots eye if we renditioned and
> tortured innocent people for lies... Your lies... and you remain in
> stubborn and ugly denial of what America has become and how it got here.
> It got here because of U. Where and in what capcity in the Michael
> School do you serve?
> I love ignorant, denial, thoughtless dead weight who claim to have
> interest in Anthro and Michael thinking. I suggest you wait till you
> get the imps out of your intellect and clean your house of the infested
> maggots that you are forcing your own Christ child to eat. What
> corrupt, dried out brain sewage are you nourished with... Time Spirit,
> shime spirit rocks have more insight and are more useful as dead weights
> than the cobwebbed closet you call your insights.
> F: What both Bradford and his acolyte miss..is the point. And the
> point is that the article referred is a New York Times editorial. It's
> not from a two bit blustering blog that nobody reads and its not by a
> columnist. So the detail (go for it, Bradford) that they say Bush and
> Co. "panicked" rather than that they blew up the Towers with artfully
> concealed magical explosives, as claimed by fruitcake
> spiritual-waco-"scientists" is pardonable
> On the last day of 2007, the New York Times published an editorial
> ref=opinion&pagewanted=print> , titled "Looking at America," bemoaningGeesh brother Bradford...Who wants to bite who here?
> what the nation has come to. It starts out like this:
> "There are too many moments these days when we cannot recognize our
> country. Sunday was one of them, as we read the account in The Times of
> how men in some of the most trusted posts in the nation plotted to cover
> up the torture of prisoners by Central Intelligence Agency interrogators
> by destroying videotapes of their sickening behavior. It was impossible
> to see the founding principles of the greatest democracy in the contempt
> these men and their bosses showed for the Constitution, the rule of law
> and human decency."
> It's a great editorial, and I agree with pretty much every word in it.
> So why am I so pissed off?
> Because the NYT was no small contributor to the state of affairs in
> which we find ourselves today. In fact, this little tid-bit:
> "We have seen the president, sworn to defend the Constitution, turn his
> powers on his own citizens, authorizing the intelligence agencies to spy
> on Americans, wiretapping phones and intercepting international e-mail
> messages without a warrant."
> was information that the Times knew about before the 2004 election - and
> sat on so as not to hurt George W. Bush's chances for re-election! Like
> the Supreme Court in 2000, who delivered a ruling that only applied to
> Bush to guarantee his civil right to be President by not counting votes,
> a lot of institutions seem dedicated to protecting at all costs one
> man's divine right to the Presidency. Funny - I thought the first
> responsibility the press has (and the reason that it is the only
> profession singled out in the First Amendment for special protection) is
> to the public interest and the public's right to know the truth - not
> covering the President's rear end. But the New York Times held back what
> they knew about warrantless wiretapping, and Dubya was able to weasel
> into another deadly term.
> This supposed 'liberal rag' was a cheerleader for this war that they are
> now wringing their hands about. Judith Miller delivered article after
> article filled with 'information' trumpeting 'weapons of mass
> destruction', which gave credibility to the Bush Administration's
> insistence that Saddam Hussein was an imminent threat who could only be
> dealt with by pre-emptive military attack.
> Every time the Times had a chance to stand up and tell the truth, they
> cravenly rolled over for their corporate masters. Now they're blubbering
> about how awful these last seven years have been.
> Boo hoo hoo.
> You can bite me, NYT.
Ya ever stop to think for a minuet that all this vehement anti-Christ
info might be serving to create more of the same?
Well If I'm an anthro michael school flunky, then I'll just have to
reside to being an anthro-biocybernaut instead.
For $15,000 they will hook me up to the latest scientific gear for a
week and teach me to consciously create alpha brain waves that are
supposed to reduce stress, enhance creativity, allow deep forgiveness
and raise IQ, so as to be a more positive light onto my own little world.
I'll Let you know when I'm back and I'll take your Michael school exam
In the mean time, might I suggest for you a hot lavender Bath, a daily
breath mediation, and a daily glass of organic Kombucha (biodymanic if
you can find it).
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