Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Rich White Mother Fuckers

For all of those people who think it's beyond imagination that the US government might have ever even had the remote thought about helping out or being behind or turning a blind eye to something like 9/11, I present to you Operation Northwoods.

And if you think I am or want to call me "unpatriotic" feel free to save your comment and just blow me.

8 comments:

  1. You sir are unpatriotic. Where is the line for the blowing?

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  2. i can't wait until about 40 years from now when the details of Project Palpatine are released and the whole world finds out just how much of a Star Wars fan "W" really was.

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  3. I just wonder why its taking so fucking long for Americans to figure out that we are being tricked by our Politicians. They treat us like sheep, dumb us down, and then use slight of hand to distract us from the real problems, and their profiteering ways.
    I knew when shrub was taking office, and we had the "Potential" of conflict with China when one our OUR spy planes crashed in their territory and Bushy basically said that if the plane and crew was not returned we would potentially fight for it.
    It was fucking obvious from the start that he was looking for a war, he wanted to go down in the history books for something, and what a fucking nice little nudge 9/11 was.

    And hey, all that fucking bullshit after the fact patriotism from all the fuckers who didn't give two shits about 'god bless America', firefighters, or our patriotic duty
    before 9/11, that shits great for the polls. Everybody loves a bandwagon. And if it helps the economy a little, bonus poll points for bush.

    We are so conditioned to disregard anything that sounds remotely like a conspiracy theory, that we gloss over the shit that could be sadly real.

    Any person that thinks that we can change things, or "fix" our government is sadly mistaken. Our votes no longer count for shit. The only way to be free is to leave the US, or shuffle off this mortal coil. I know its a pretty nihilistic point of view, but the sooner you come to realize the sad sad truth, the sooner you can move on..

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  4. Honestly Jon, wasnt your comment just an attempt to use the word "nihilistic"? You cant fool me.

    I unfortunately agree with you though. It all seems broken well beyond repair at this point.

    However I still like to go out and vote and live in a state of delusion that for one day we live in a democracy.

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  5. Cypher: You know, I know this steak doesn't exist. I know that when I put it in my mouth, the Matrix is telling my brain that it is juicy and delicious. After nine years, you know what I realize?
    [Takes a bite of steak]
    Cypher: Ignorance is bliss.

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  6. That was less comparing your state of delusion to the theme of modern dissillusionment in the matrix, and more saying you have unveiled my sham to use nihilistic in a sentence. I know your head would explode if you had to admit there was any redeeming quality about the original matrix. =-)

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  7. i don't think it's broken beyond repair. i honestly think its fixable, just not in our generation.

    it'll take at least 2, maybe 3 or more generations to get rid of all the old corrupt politicians and the political teachers before we can get a group of people to run things honestly.

    so, enjoy the crap that we are living in, and tell your kids how much they will enjoy it and someday, if we're lucky, our great great great grandkids can live in a country where things actually work.

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  8. I feel that the biggest part of the moral corruption of our gov' is the involvement of big business. And I don't see that getting separated from things. Things will never be fixed if the rich are buying their way, and the rest of us are left with the shit to wallow in.

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