Thursday, September 27, 2007

This was America under Bush?

How did it happen? Didn't the art director go a little heavy handed in the fascism department--or was that on the psychologist's orders? What's the panel discussing? How to taser a college student because he's embarrassing your doughnut-eating ass and won't shut up? This moment has come and gone. But there is a mountain of evidence like this lying around for when the real American patriots wake up. And by that I don't mean these heartless obedient cookie-cutter Christo-fascist cadets. I mean men and women who will say, "Kiss my ass," when you say, "plausible deniability."
On edit:

This article from The Los Angeles Times, published on October 27, 2002; by William M. Arkin; was republished on September 25 2007, at informationliberation

Called, The Secret War; Frustrated by intelligence failures, the Defense Department is dramatically expanding its 'black world' of covert operations. link

Subtitled: The Proactive, Preemptive Operations Group (P2OG): "Launch Secret Operations Aimed At 'Stimulating Terrorists,'" it would be a chilling reread given Bush's 2003 State of the Union address that alluded to covert extra-judicial murder. Except time has subsequently brought us Senator Larry Craig, who was proactively preempted in an airport john by a stimulating covert operative, who spends his day sitting on a can willing his musky phrenomes to waft so he can carve another notch in his pistol and make America safer.

Along with Tasered University of Florida student, 21-year-old Andrew Meyer, given enough time, we are being allowed insight into the absurdity and illegitimacy of America's Homeland Security paradigm. When we started off by manufacturing a bogus enemy, we had to continue manufacturing them, in stalls and lecture halls if need be. In other words, "Anybody Can Terrorize!" is up on the boards, and Americans are next for the kick line.

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