Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Wanted for Treason

USpace has a most interesting blog, entitled Hard to Swallow. In it, USpace offers:

"Mostly absurd thoughts about the God of the Universe in loose Senryu and Tanka poetry. Food for thought and discussion. Brief comments on religious extremism, totalitarianism, racism, sexism and other Earthly bullsh*t. Sarcasm will NEVER be used!"

USpace stopped in at a recent post of mine and announced:

I hope you are well. I wanted to say hello and let you know that I recently self-published my first 'Hard To Swallow - Absurd Thoughts About God' book through Lulu Publishing. It was quite easy to use and totally FREE too. Thank you very much for visiting my blog and for linking to me, it has been a huge inspiration.

I plan to eventually give a copy of the hardcover book to most of my off line friends; conservatives, moderates, and liberals. I think the brevity of the 'absurd thoughts' will be a good way to help them to think about many of today's big issues.

Please download the FREE eBook(s), I'd love to hear what you think about them.

Try 'Hard To Swallow - Live', its download doesn't cost me anything.
I'm giving it away to ALL my blogging buddies, acquaintances, visitors, and my favorite blogs and their readers. I decided that making it 'FREE for a Limited Time' at Lulu is better and easier than having people have to email me for a copy.

Obviously then, FREE for anybody, so go for it guys! Enjoy! Also, if you like it, please feel FREE to send it to your friends too. Let it go viral. Thank you for checking it out!

All real freedom starts with freedom of speech. If there is no freedom of speech, then there can be no real freedom.

The 'War of the Words' continues...


absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
have regular book burnings

double as barbecues
post public executions

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
don't pay attention

ignore absurd thoughts
that are uncomfortable

USpace Publishes 'Hard To Swallow' Book

FREE eBook and Blog Feeds


USpace also has a post that talks a little about this new book.

I don't get over to USpace's blog (or anybody else's) as often as I would like to.


Although the title of this blog is Stop Islamic Conquest, I've gotten to the point where I almost don't really care about militant Islamic extremism.


Another friend of mine had this to say about me at a recent post:

Stop islamic conquest Maybe the most prolific blogger in the hemisphere. Seriously well informed and a nice guy too (if he is a guy that is- Yankee Doodle are quite mysterious about his/hers origin.

Keep in mind, Pela is a friend, and this is how much Pela knows about me: "if he is a guy that is- Yankee Doodle are quite mysterious about his/hers origin."


The answers to these questions are related.

From Cracking the Case: An Interview With Sibel Edmonds by Scott Horton, August 22, 2005:

SH: I want to get to your appearance on Democracy Now! earlier in the week, referring to officials at the State Department, you used the word "treason." And I wonder whether this is specifically referring to the Sept. 11 attacks and whether you have information that indicates complicity on the part of American elites who are part of these semi-legit organizations that funded Sept. 11, or are we talking seven degrees of Kevin Bacon here?

SE: Again, it's hard to talk about this around the gag order, but this is what I have been saying for the past three years, that's why I refer to the transcript of CBS 60 Minutes. These people who call themselves Americans and these people are using their position, their official position within these agencies -- some of them in the Department of Defense, some of them in the Department of State -- and yet, what they are doing with their position, with their influence is against the United States' national security, it's against the best interests of its people, and that is treason. Be it giving information to those that are either quasi-allies -- and I would underline quasi, who one day will be another al-Qaeda -- and who are already are engaged in activities that are damaging to our country, its security and its interests -- and that is treason. So that's what I was referring to. And what would you call someone who, let's say if they were to go after Douglas Feith, and if they were to establish that Douglas Feith with his access to information, willingly, intentionally used the information he had and gave it to those that would one day use it or maybe right now are using that information against the United States. Would you call that treason?

SH: Well, if it's an overt act to benefit an American enemy then yes, that's treason.

SE: Correct, and I as I said, those lines are so blurry because there are certain countries that we call allies but I wouldn't call them allies, these people are, these countries are, quasi-allies.

Islamic extremism is every bit as much a concern as has been suggested at this blog, and more.

However, the terrorists' efforts would fizzle like a damp firecracker if they didn't have help.

It is that "help" that I am after.

I write extensively about the Sibel Edmonds case, and far, far beyond; Edmonds caught a glimpse of something, but what she saw was merely a snapshot of a very dynamic situation, one which threatens all of humanity.

At first, I began investigating how militant Islam is out to conquer and enslave us, but the far more dangerous threat to us all are those powerful, important people who we think are on our side, but who abuse their position of trust to sell out their country to the highest bidder; they traffic in narcotics and other drugs, arms (including nuclear weapons technology), sex slaves and other contraband; they are treasonous criminals. For them, the law is sometimes an obstacle, sometimes a tool; morality is not even a hurdle.

I found in my email inbox today a link to a website. It is to a site that carries a name which, looking back on things, could have been the name for my blog.

This new site is called Wanted for Treason. I only looked at it a little today, but it looks interesting. Please check it out, and let us know what you think.

Meanwhile, stick around - I'm not done naming names and drawing connections. More Doodle Time coming up - and You Can't Touch This!


anticant said...

YD, you are an honest, insightful, and brave person. You keep up my faith in the - generally far too inane - world of blogging.

The past decade we have been and still are living through takes me back to my childhood in the 1930s - the decade of Munich, which I vividly remember. There was the same air of menace, and widespread feeling of helplessness, as we saw unavoidable disaster looming.

Then, as now, there were plenty of powerful rogues around, saying one thing and doing the opposite, and even more ostriches who buried their heads in the sand and really believed that the blinkered though sincere Chamberlain had obtained "peace in our time" by meeting Hitler.

I am glad that my family were more realistic, and staunchly supported Churchill's warnings of the Nazi menace. Where are the Churchills and Roosevelts of today? Certainly not in the White House, nor likely to be after November.

Yankee Doodle said...

"They paused, then asked the phantom, 'You don't actually think you can win, do you?'

"'Things change.'

"It was only for a moment that they pondered the exchange, but when they looked again, the Dark Knight had vanished back into the shadows."

From early on in the Gotham City series: Gotham City: Things Change.

anticant said...

As I've said before, YD, you should publish the Gotham Chronicles as a separate series - at least online. Or how about Lulu?