Consequently, I thought today might be a good day to take a slight break from writing posts, and give myself and my readers time to catch up.
So, here are some of the perhaps more "interesting" posts from recent days. They are linked in order, and if you read them in order, they will paint a picture for you. Some excerpts are included as teasers.
I have also included excerpts from some of the few comments that have been left at the posts. (Please let me know if you think I took something out of context.)
Next Stop: Twilight Zone
If Fitzgerald and his team keep pulling, really pulling, they are going to reel in much more than just a few guys spying for Israel.
But I can tell you there are a lot of people involved, a lot of ranking officials, and a lot of illegal activities that include multi-billion-dollar drug-smuggling operations, black-market nuclear sales to terrorists and unsavory regimes, you name it. And of course a lot of people from abroad are involved. It's massive. So to do this investigation, to really do it, they will have to look into everything.
The Twilight Zone, Part 1
The War on Terror is a charade: scratch it once, it comes up Big Oil; scratch it twice, it comes up Big Heroin.
Furthermore, there's profiteering going on -- big government contracts to provide various services -- feeding the troops, providing security guards for important facilities, rebuilding wartorn countries...
Congress has been compromised, the FBI has been infiltrated, and the Executive Branch is in bed with Big Oil and the war profiteers -- except for strategically placed officials who are on the payroll of heroin traffickers.
From the comments:
This is high explosive, YD! Take very good care of yourself.
February 22, 2008 5:53 AM
Richard W. Symonds said...
You have done a service to humanity, YD, but now humanity has to act - in the interests of its survival.
February 22, 2008 8:08 AM
The Twilight Zone, Part 2
Lured by the possibility of power-sharing in a new government after elections, her way carpeted by an offer of amnesty for outstanding corruption charges, Benazir Bhutto ran the substantial risk of returning to Pakistan in order to campaign for the planned elections.
It is obvious now that she was set up all along, enticed by the fragrant bait of involvement in an election, and targeted for elimination in such a way as to maintain plausible deniability for the people pulling the strings of her assassination.
The Twilight Zone, Part 3
Mostly heroin money... laundered in stock trades pushed through the computers in the WTC during the attack...
And when the bad guys were done, they imploded the Twin Towers and WTC-7 to cover their trail.
From the comments:
You know I love conspiracy theories, but sometimes they go too far.
February 23, 2008 10:30 AM
Yankee, you cover a lot of points here. As I was reading down my eye got caught by your comment that AQ in the US has nukes, clicked on the link you had and read your previous post. This is a horrifying thought. The nukes were smuggled across the Mexican border they are saying.
February 23, 2008 1:53 PM
Smuggler's Blues, Part 1
But as for the politicians, what I can say is that when you start talking about huge amounts of money, certain elected officials become automatically involved. And there are different kinds of campaign contributions - legal and illegal, declared and undeclared.
"We have talked about these problems and this increase," said M. Ashraf Haidari, the first secretary of the Afghan Embassy in Washington. "It's logical that where there is demand there is a supply. Drugs from Afghanistan are making their way to the United States."
Smuggler's Blues, Part 2
Everything – from drugs to money laundering to arms sales. And yes, there are certain convergences with all these activities and international terrorism.
The caption accompanying the above photo says McCain was in New York doing some fundraising, and it is fair to ask: how much money did he get from the Albanian lobby? As the great "reform" candidate who denounces the influence of "special interests" and the power of money in politics, McCain had better tell us exactly how much the Albanian lobby has thrown his way – and to what effect. Of all the lobbyists in Washington, it is the "special interests" represented by the agents of foreign powers that pose the greatest threat to the integrity of the Presidency.
There they are, the two of them, DioGuardi and McCain, side by side: one who would carve an Albanian empire in the midst of the blood-soaked Balkans, and the other who would be President of the United States. It is a disturbing juxtaposition, to say the very least.
From the comments:
Yankee, shocking roundup of information as usual. McCain and Clinton are in it up to their eyeballs.
March 5, 2008 3:26 AM
Just watched "Kill the messenger".(Sibel Edmonds).
March 5, 2008 2:29 PM
If you want some thought-provoking reading and are tired of my stuff, may I suggest Weasel Words at Anticant's Arena?