Sunday, March 16, 2008

Not Again

Some quotes...

From the comments to my previous post (I corrected one typo):

anticant said...

Wickedness and moral depravity remain what they are, whatever religious, ideological, or nationalistic garments they wear.

These hate-filled "opponents" have more in common with each other than with the vast majority of decent peace-loving people of all races and creeds around the globe who only wish for a better life for themselves and everyone else.

The key question for our age is: how do we prevent vicious power-hungry morally corrupt minorities from manipulating far larger, well-meaning majorities? We have got to stop small tails wagging big dogs!

March 15, 2008 3:41 AM

Yankee Doodle said...

Yeah, Anti, but nothing gives a small tail leverage like money.

And drugs really bring in money.

Of course, forced prostitution works even better -- smuggling the woman only happens once, unlike drugs where you have to keep bringing it in and keep running risks. And, since she doesn't get paid, the sex slave becomes a cash cow. The cash gets reinvested in trafficking heroin to the New World, cocaine to Europe, and pretty soon you have an empire.

And whores in Washington are only too quick to sell out the girls who are being exploited, the people whose lives are ruined by drugs, the communities torn up by the street crime the drugs bring, and the security of the nation whose Constitution they have taken an oath to uphold -- all for some campaign contributions, some soft money, and a few bribes.

Before I quote the next line from that comment, I would like to quote some other things, starting with this from Aces and Eights:

When playing poker in a saloon, Wild Bill Hickok always sat with his back to the corner to protect himself from a sneak attack. On the day in question, he entered Nuttal & Mann's Saloon No. 10 in Deadwood, and sat down to play poker; unfortunately, the only seat he could find left his back to the door. Jack McCall shot him in the back of the head with a .45 revolver.

What constitutes a good hand in poker depends on what kind of poker one is playing, whether there is a draw or not, whether the draw has already occurred, whether or not there are wild cards, and so on. Perhaps more than that, however, it depends on the player.

The attacks already perpetrated by narcotrafficking Khawarij terrorists not just on America but on much of the rest of the world as well, and the threat of more to come, are bad enough.

Worse than those attacks, though, is the fact that America now faces this threat with a gun to its back, held there by criminals in the business world and in government who see siding with the terrorists to be more in their interests than siding with their own country. Abusing their power, their priveleges, and even their humanity, these criminals walk the streets, taking everything in through the eyes of a psychotic hunter.

In times past, the law was based on faith, love and Judeo-Christian ethics, and it was about justice; the law was the good person's treasure, and the bad person's refuge. Increasingly, however, the law is no longer a means to an end, justice, but rather has become an end in and of itself.

Even more grotesquely, the law has been perverted into a tool of evil, oppressing the good person, while justifying the bad person; the good people are caught in the middle, with terrorists and narcotraffickers on one side, and criminals in big government and in big business on the other.

The Orwellian irony is that while America is under attack by enemies both foreign and domestic, American law is now used to silence those who would defend her.

It is the hour of the wolf.

Unlike Wild Bill Hickok, who had his back to the door when he wanted to be in the corner, American people who dare to question what our government is doing -- a questioning which is their duty in our system of government -- are being forced into a corner, defensive and persecuted, yet still clinging to the idea that they have rights. More and more, they must feel as if they are hanging on to nothing.

The time has come for decent people to finally break out of that corner, and tell the corrupt elites and their terrorist allies how things will be, which is nothing else than the way things should have been all along.

The connection among the decent people in this country and around the world goes far beyond the wires that carry the signals among computers, now used for communication to bypass the mainstream media, which long ago made itself irrelevant in this battle. The connection goes even beyond the blood of the victims of terrorism, drug-trafficking and the white-collar crime that enables and facilitates it all -- blood which cries out for justice. Decent Americans, and other decent people around the world, are connected by destiny.

Some things seem certain:

1) The terrorists and narcotraffickers are a threat to America and to everyone else;

2) A greater threat to the whole world are the criminals in America's business and government elites who side with the terrorists, because without those criminals, the terrorists and narcotraffickers would have a much weaker hand to play;

3) America is a better player than her enemies think;


4) The game is not over yet.

One comment at The Twilight Zone, Part 1 reads:

Richard W. Symonds said...

The Media is silent, probably because it's shit scared - along with Governments, Corporates and Individuals.

You have done a service to humanity, YD, but now humanity has to act - in the interests of its survival.

And that's the problem...humanity (aka 'We The People) are shit scared too.

Courage does not mean 'No Fear'...

February 22, 2008 8:08 AM

To which I would add the following quotes of the great American actor and patriot, John Wayne:

"Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway."


"All battles are fought by scared men
who'd rather be some place else."

Finishing now my comment and continuing from my previous post:

Yankee Doodle said...


It will be fun to see what happens once we get some of these big dogs from Washington into little prison cells.

March 15, 2008 5:17 AM

anticant said...

I sure hope you do, YD - before they rub you out first...

You are a very brave and honest person.

March 15, 2008 7:02 AM

Many times before
The tyrant's opened up the door
Then someone cries
Still we close our eyes
Not again

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