20 March 2011

the marvelous, the illimitable and inimitable, the beautiful farrakhan

[click image, via The North]


As you know, I'm batshit crazy for Minister Farrakhan. This snippet is too short. He makes some pristine points in it, but I'm worried the oceans of people hypnotized against him need more.

This will be where I stash anything Libya-related today, so, erm, uh, FEEDHEADS! Yer gonna have to click in to get the full deal on these posts that keep updating. Nukequake and Libya are updating like mad this weekend, but, really, ALL my posts are subject to updates and revisions over as much as a whole day. I CAN'T HELP IT. I do NOT think in linear blog. You CANNOT accuse me of not trying, but basically I question the value of it in the long run. It's great for others' linkage needs, but not for everyone's raised consciousness... which is my bag.

It could be that simply having a page that acts something like a blackboard would be of great value... except you'd have to be an archival genius to make it resonate with the intertubes....


This isn't what democracy looks like... at al, at all, at all.



I emailed the Farrakhan link to my Tea Party friend, and this was his response: "Well for once I must say I agree with him."


Bleak outlook:
Hours after the attacks, sources in Libya have reported that three medical facilities were bombarded. Two were hospitals and one a medical clinic. These were civilian facilities. Al-Tajura Hospital was hit as was Saladin Hospital in Ain Zara. The clinic that was bombed was also located in the vicinity of Tripoli, the Libyan capital. Not only where these civilian structures, but they were also all far away from the combat zone. ...

According to internal Libyan sources, two French jets were also shot down by the Libyan military near Janzour (Janzur/Zanzur). Another French military jet was shot down by the Libyans near Anjile. People in Benghazi are also fleeing the Libyan city, because of the war. Surt (Sidra) and Misratah have also been attacked by the French, the U.S., the British and their coalition allies.

The U.S. and its allies are now the ones that are creating a real humanitarian disaster. They talk about peace while they arm the Benghazi-based opposition rebels via the Egyptian military junta, which is as much a military client as its so-called civilian predecessor. This is also a violation of the United Nations Security Council resolution that the U.S. and its allies passed, which states that no weapons are to be sent to Libya.

Hillary Clinton was in both Tunisia and Egypt in context of the operations against Libya. Both the regime in Tunis and the military junta in Cairo are overtly and covertly supporting the war against Libya. The autocrats of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have also indictated that they will send military forces to attack Libya.
Chossudovsky warned this is our fourth war theater... everybody seems to forget PAKISTAN.


Fooled again:
The truth has come to light. Clearly this rebellion does not, and did not, have the massive popular support that we were led to believe. Otherwise, the US would not have had to so blatantly intervene. The Obama regime has made various statements about the evils of Qaddafi (Clinton even saying that he WOULD commit atrocities if left alone), and has -in true Bush fashion- claimed that we are trying to help the people of Libya. This entire situation is beginning to seem like Bush redux. The propaganda and lies are flying fast and furious, and the only people that will truly suffer are the people of Libya (who will, as the innocent victims of Imperialism always do, bear the brunt of the death and destruction the US causes).

The Obama regime has changed its populist slogan "Yes we can!" to the dictatorial "Yes you will!", and we have been caught in the trap again. ...

I would ask the world: Who is the real enemy? Which government is the real rogue government? Which regime should be defeated?
Good question, no?


The Arab League on Sunday criticized Western military strikes on Libya, a week after urging the United Nations to slap a no-fly zone on the oil-rich North African state.

"What has happened in Libya differs from the goal of imposing a no-fly zone and what we want is the protection of civilians and not bombing other civilians," Arab League secretary general Amr Mussa told reporters.

"From the start we requested only that a no-fly zone be set up to protect Libyan civilians and avert any other developments or additional measures," Mussa added.



love, 99


  1. This is what democracy looks like as well.



  2. Actually, I meant Constitutional Republic.


  3. LOL, eeeeeven better!


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