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  • louise
    Mary, Your opening comments are not intelligible to me. I don t know what sort of martyrdom you refer to, nor what kind of rebel I might be. Louise
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 17, 2009
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      Mary,

      Your opening comments are not intelligible to me. I don't know what sort of martyrdom you refer to, nor what kind of rebel I might be.

      Louise

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "mary.josie59" <mary.josie59@...> wrote:
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      > Louise,
      >
      > Looks like you're aching to become a martyr to existlist's guidelines. Either that or you are one of those rebel types :)
      >
      > I'm currently reading "A History of Philosophy in America 1720-2000," by Bruce Kuklick (2001), seeking America's unique philosophical vision. So far, all I've encountered are Puritans, Calvinists, and our founding fathers' political philosophies. The latter however continue to prove mysterious to scholars since none have adequately explained their unique voice running parallel to their culture.
      >
      > Not much to contribute here yet....
      >
      > Mary
      >
      > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "louise" <hecubatoher@> wrote:
      > >
      > > Monday next, 19th July 2009, will see the fourth anniversary of the death of John Tyndall, long-time editor of the fearlessly-outspoken magazine, "Spearhead". From my own archive, I have drawn forth the issue for December 2004, and wish to reproduce here part of an article written by Ian Buckley, entitled "Blair must go!" The themes covered are close to those currently discussed by Bill, Tom, Jim and Wil.
      > >
      > > --------------------
      > >
      > > Dr. William Pierce was generally regarded as an extremist among extremists, but what on earth was extreme about his statement that the (Frist) Gulf War wasn't waged for American interests but for Israeli ones? Pierce went on to make the important point - often forgotten - that all Washington politicians knew this to be the case, but only Pat Buchanan had the guts to state it openly. And isn't it just like that here, too?
      > >
      > > Blair claims that 'stability' has to be restored in Iraq, but the plain fact is that Iraq was* stable under the rule of its much-maligned former ruler. That leader, Saddam Hussein, had been on the receiving end of a multi-million-dollar Mossad and CIA disinformation campaign since around 1988, the accusations and claims of which were often near-fantastical or simply impossible.
      > >
      > > FRUITS OF AFGHAN WAR
      > >
      > > It is the same in Afghanistan, where the overthrow of the vilified Taliban - instigated by Bush and Blair - has resulted in a forty-fold increase in opium production. No, that figure is not a misprint. Of course, when the opium turns into heroin on the mean streets of Britain, that increase will be translated into yet more muggings and more burglaries. A safer world, Mr. Blair? We don't think so. This idiot presides over one of the most dysfuncional societies on th eglobe, but wants to go around 'liberating' Afghans, Iraqis, et cetera. Family life in Britain is collapsing, divorce rampant, old people prisoners in their homes, jobs being exported by the thousand to India; no one with any sense ventures into our cities after dark, and this bizarre charlatan can think of nothing better than to fret about Bin Laden.
      > >
      > > How right are two of my American friends, who unfailingly make reference to someone called Bliar! How low and repulsive can you get, to betray your country's true interests in exchange for 'prestige' and the trappings of office!
      > >
      > > The New World Order hirelings always offer the noxious justification that the course they are following is rational and inevitable, with a little sloganising about security or a changed world. In reality they are the same as J.R.R.Tolkien's Saruman and Grima Wormtongue, betrayers of their people, subtly but surely turning us into slaves of the Dark Lord Sauron. Is it fanciful to note that the learned and perceptive author of the "Lord of the Rings" was only a few letters out in the name he gave the puppet-master?
      > >
      > > TRUTH FROM TEHRAN
      > >
      > > As we all know, one 'leader' of the West has returned to power, presumably to extend further the war for Greater Israel in the Middle East. No better summation of the US election can be found than these comments from the *Tehran Times*, a truthful rendition of reality a world away from the drivel that passes for journalism here:-
      > >
      > > ~ 'A pox on both their houses' is the common sentiment among the masses of eligible voters, who view the election as a sham controlled by corporate interests. There is very little difference between the Republicans and the Democrats... The two-party system is clearly not working in USA. Third parties are marginalised. Ralph Nader was not even allowed into the presidential debates, probably because both major party candidates feared he might bring up some real issues.
      > > This year the situation is even more bizarre, since both John Kerry and George W. Bush are members of the Skull and Bones Society, a Yale students' group that has been connected to the old-boy network since the nineteenth century. Many commentators have called this the Skull versus* Bones election - a win-win situation for the elites and a lose-lose situation for the masses... The Islamic world does not expect to see much change, whoever wins. Both Kerry and Bush are pro-Zionist. ~
      > >
      > > It is almost unbelievable that inhabitants of the 'rust belt' of Ohio should have voted for Bush, when we remember that the draft is almost certainly coming back. Assuredly, young men and women may very soon be dying for the literally Messianic ambitions of the neocons and US Likud. Frankly, it's as if the turkeys were voting for an early Christmas.
      > >
      > > In the face of such stupidity, Admiral Domvile's view - that the globalist conspirators might almost be admired for their energy and dedication, were not their aims so inhuman - would seem to be correct.
      > >
      > > Let us also remember that the 9/11 attacks now look more like the Reichstag fire than the Reichstag fire itself, if you get my drift. All of this waste of life and of billions of pounds for that*! We must be mad to put up with such blatant, unbelievable evil.
      > >
      > > It goes without saying that a nationalist government would never send in troops to die to curry favour with a Zionist-dominated US regime. Never, ever, would we allow the flower of Scotland to be sacrificed for no better end than Ariel Sharon's ambition and paranoia.
      > >
      > > ----------------------------
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      > > For similar articles, see http://www.spearhead.com
      > >
      > > posted by Louise
      > >
      >
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