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Pentagon Smears USA Today Reporters Investigating … Wait for It … Illegal Pentagon Propaganda

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Government Smears Journalists Who Investigate Government Corruption

Government agencies are monitoring social media for criticism.

They are also spying on U.S. journalists.  See this, this, this and this:

 



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(If the draconian Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) bill passes, the spying on journalists will only increase.)

They are also actively manipulating social media for propaganda purposes, to crush dissent (and see this), to help the too big to fail businesses compete against smaller businesses (and here), and to promote viewpoints which have nothing to do with keeping us safe.

We noted in 2009:

The U.S. government long ago announced its intention to “fight the net”.

As revealed by an official Pentagon report signed by Rumsfeld called “Information Operations Roadmap”:

The roadmap [contains an] acknowledgement that
information put out as part of the military’s psychological
operations, or Psyops, is finding its way onto the computer and
television screens of ordinary Americans.

“Information intended for foreign audiences, including public
diplomacy and Psyops, is increasingly consumed by our domestic
audience,” it reads.

“Psyops messages will often be replayed by the news media for much
larger audiences, including the American public,” it goes on.

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“Strategy should be based on the premise that the Department [of
Defense] will ‘fight the net’ as it would an enemy weapons system”.

Indeed, the Pentagon publicly announced years ago that it was considering using “black propaganda” – in other words, knowing lies.

That includes smear campaigns against virtually anyone – foreign or domestic – who criticizes the government or threatens to report on illegal government activity.

Many popular bloggers – including Americans – who criticize the government have experienced such smear campaigns.

Even more interestingly, the Pentagon has apparently launched a massive smear campaign against USA Today reporters investigating … wait for it … unlawful domestic propaganda by the Pentagon:

A USA Today reporter and editor investigating Pentagon propaganda contractors have themselves been subjected to a propaganda campaign of sorts, waged on the Internet through a series of bogus websites.

 

Fake Twitter and Facebook accounts have been created in their names, along with a Wikipedia entry and dozens of message board postings and blog comments. Websites were registered in their names.

 

The timeline of the activity tracks USA Today’s reporting on the military’s “information operations” program ….

 

For example, Internet domain registries show the website
TomVandenBrook.com was created Jan. 7 — just days after Pentagon reporter Tom Vanden Brook first contacted Pentagon contractors involved in the program. Two weeks after his editor Ray Locker’s byline appeared on a story, someone created a similar site, RayLocker.com, through the same company.

If the websites were created using federal funds, it could violate federal law prohibiting the production of propaganda for domestic consumption.

 

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“I find it creepy and cowardly that somebody would hide behind my name and presumably make up other names in an attempt to undermine my credibility,” Vanden Brook said.

 

The activity is the work of what online reputation expert Andy Beal calls a “determined detractor.”

 

“It’s like a machine gun approach. They’re trying to generate as much online content as they can,” he said. “The person who’s behind this, we can give them a lot of credit here and assume they’re very sophisticated
about reputation attacks.”

 

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“This is the work of somebody who knows what they’re doing. They have some experience of covering their tracks. This is probably not the first time they’ve done something like this,” said Beal, CEO of Trackur, an online reputation tracking service.

 

Some postings merely copied Vanden Brook’s and Locker’s previous reporting. Others accused them of being sponsored by the Taliban. “They disputed nothing factual in the story about information operations,” Vanden Brook said.

 

On Feb. 8, as Vanden Brook continued to ask questions of contractors, a new Wikipedia user attempted to create an entry on him, alleging he “gained worldwide notoriety” for his “misreporting” of the 2006 Sago Mine disaster in West Virginia.

 

Early reports from the scene, relying on faulty information from the governor and mine operators — said 12 of 13 miners were found alive, when in fact only one was. Many news outlets, including the Associated Press, the New York Times and USA Today, conveyed the inaccurate reports in early editions.

 

[S]imilar comments started populating Internet message boards and blogs. In one case, the fake @Tomvandenbrook Twitter account defended his Sago reporting to another apparently fake account.

 

Vanden Brook said he’s continuing to pursue the story. “If they thought it would deter me from writing about this, they’re wrong.”

 

“This is a clear attempt at intimidation that has failed,” Locker said.

 

 

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Sat, 04/21/2012 - 11:56 | 2363634 tony bonn
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more proof that that the usa government is a terrorist organization.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 10:06 | 2363531 cherry picker
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It appears to me the biggest source of malware we encounter today is produced by the people employed by us, our government.

We need to have an active voice in who we hire and fire, not the choices presented to us.

It is sad to see the support the under 35 crowd gives Ron Paul and he is rendered as a "crackpot" by the powers that be as he will "hire" and "fire".

When the original tea party took place, there were enough people who had guts, were willing to make some sacrifice to make change real.

That is what is missing today, the desire for change.  All talk, no walk.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 07:52 | 2363415 Catullus
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Good one on antiwar.com

http://original.antiwar.com/linus-atarah/2012/04/20/usa-patriot-act-kept...

US Patriot Act starved millions of Somalis

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 07:58 | 2363421 AnAnonymous
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The muslims blocked the distribution of food that was never distributed.

Useful pattern of explanation for many incoming events.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 00:28 | 2363202 AldousHuxley
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best propaganda tool: deny access to education and information

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 03:30 | 2363295 AnAnonymous
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No. US citizen societies are for the most past this point.

Denying requires resources. It is a waste of resources. A drag.

Information is most of the times public in US citizen societies and access is funded by taxes. It means that a decent public library has the information.

Information is public. Offuscators are at work, not so much to hide well known public facts but to organize the rivalry between the various US citizen gangs and what gang is going to get the loot from the ongoing US citizen operation.

US citizen elite is a servant to US citizen middle class. Useless to expose the elite as they are ordered around by the US citizenism king class, that is the middle class.

Congregating around lies, that is how US citizen group matter.
Facts are known, US citizens are given the option of joining different groups, all with their denial strategy. That strategy is an investment with it is supposed to be recouped by a future gain.

This from the start. See how US citizens congregated to deny the human condition of their slaves, because it was more profitable.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 10:37 | 2363550 TheFourthStooge-ing
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AnAnonymous said:

Denying requires resources. It is a waste of resources. A drag.

Even so, Chinese citizenism eternal nature requires denial, so blobbing up to steal resources of Mongolia is the expected consequence. A drag? Like the drag you take from your opium filled hookah, it is a drag embraced by Chinese citizenism.

Offuscators are at work

...said the Peoples Republic of China US citizenism advocate offuscator-in-chief.

Congregating around lies, that is how US citizen group matter.

Congregating around flies, that is how Chinese citizenism citizen group matter.

Behold, here is a picture I found of Peoples Republic of China US citizenism advocate offuscator-in-chief AnAnonymous. You can see in his eyes how he is always plotting the spread of his fantasy creation of US citizenism. He will now resort to denialism, the strongest pillar of Chinese citizenism.

http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lp20icnRMa1r0yesao1_500.jpg

 

 

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 04:00 | 2363314 akak
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Admit it --- YOU are the one who writes all those incomprehensible product manuals for Chinese-made consumer goods, aren't you?

My God, what I wouldn't give to get a peek inside that swirling, chaotic miasma of inchoate cogitation and randomly firing neurons that is your mind.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 07:54 | 2363417 AnAnonymous
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US citizens do not need to understand US citizenism (even if they do)

They only need to act as US citizenism is as US citizen does.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 11:18 | 2363591 Jacks Creation
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Hello  

What's your view on Jiao Guobiao? Do you think he is a hero?

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 14:07 | 2363800 AnAnonymous
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A hero?

Why so? He is a fantasist defending fantasy. Is it worth hero status?

This US citizen chinese worships the free press under the guise of promoting freedom of speech while the free press is all about propaganda.

Is it worth the heros status?

You know, he is probably a hero by US citizen standards. US citizens have a long history of promoting their best interests under the guise of humanity's welfare. Since the beginning.

So yes, he is a hero. A US citizen hero. Pushing up his own best interests, never on his own behalf.

He is part of this US citizen pattern of thought which leads to conclude that you dont rape people for your pleasure, that you dont kill people to benefit from their death.
No, you rape people for their pleasure. You kill people to help them.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 15:04 | 2363851 akak
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More twisted mobius-strip-thinking from our dear Chinese European Easter Island American time-traveling US Citizenism citizen dishwasher friend.   Make me laugh!

The hallmark of Chinese citizens practicing Chinese citizenism, as we see here, is rampant hypocrisy, offuscation, and denialistic intellectual blobbing-up.  It is the eternal nature of nose-picking Chinese citizenism citizens to deny Chinese citizenism even as they actively promote Chinese citizenism through their doctrine of running-dog algebraic coconutism.

But when speaking of Chinese citizenism, a turd in the hand is worth two on the side of the road, and one should never count one's feces before they're crapped.

It was exciting to discover a photo of Chinese dishwasher citizen practicing his Chinese citizenism in real life:

http://img233.ph.126.net/W4Jsnj0HKf9W_QefByZbzg==/1370501661606298341.jpg

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 15:33 | 2363902 AnAnonymous
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Even if one accepts the story about the necessity of being a Chinese to speak of US citizenism, if one walks in the land of fantasy, and submit to the whim that Chinese citizenism exists, all this would be based on the behaviour by one.

Observations on US citizenism encompasses hundred of millions of people.

The difference between generalizing on general ground and generalizing on singular ground.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 19:46 | 2364163 nmewn
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"Observations on US citizenism encompasses hundred of millions of people."

Yet you presume to speak for all observers?...or just as an observer of one observing millions?

"The difference between generalizing on general ground and generalizing on singular ground."

Ummm, yeah...thats kinda why you've been singled out as the class clown...possibly by millions.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 16:35 | 2363976 TheFourthStooge-ing
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AnAnonymous said:

Even if one accepts the story about the necessity of being a Chinese to speak of US citizenism, if one walks in the land of fantasy, and submit to the whim that Chinese citizenism exists, all this would be based on the behaviour by one.

Yes, the behaviour by one who walks in the land of fantasy, swirling clouds of opium sweetsmoke about his head, submitting to the whim that his hallucinations of citizenism are real, projecting those hallucinations onto the exterior. The behaviour by one, known as AnAnonymous.

http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lp20icnRMa1r0yesao1_500.jpg

Observations on US citizenism encompasses hundred of millions of people.

Made me laugh. Chinese citizenism offuscator asks, "do you disagree with my observation on US citizenism?"

Chinese citizenism offuscator then says, "behold, I have asked thousands and none disagree."

What is not revealed by Chinese citizenism offuscator: his question was directed to Terra Cotta Warriors which cannot disagree. Offuscation is his Chinese citizenism stock in trade.

The difference between generalizing on general ground and generalizing on singular ground.

The difference between generalized differentiation on singular ground and singular integration on differential ground, as the limit of differential element dx approaches coconut singularity, but only for the set of all real coconuts. Otherwise the sequence diverges as the limit of roadside crapping approaches infinity.

 

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 19:32 | 2364023 akak
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The difference between generalized differentiation on singular ground and singular integration on differential ground, as the limit of differential element dx approaches coconut singularity, but only for the set of all real coconuts. Otherwise the sequence diverges as the limit of roadside crapping approaches infinity.

The following diagram should put these matters into better perspective:

 http://s17.postimage.org/iyz5u5wn3/Venn_Diagram_Chinese_Citizenism.png

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 19:42 | 2364160 TheFourthStooge-ing
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The following diagram should put these matters into better perspective:

http://s17.postimage.org/iyz5u5wn3/Venn_Diagram_Chinese_Citizenism.png

ROFR!!!

Am riterarry Raughing Out Fucking Roud!

+100 for scientific precision.

 

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 20:34 | 2364193 akak
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Well, one must be precise if one is to properly place Chinese citizenism in its appropriate scientific and metaphysical matrix, which is to say, the intersection of all subsets of n-dimensional blobbing-upism which are bounded by non-linear hypocrisyism and governed by the function f(x) = y + b, where x = the number of chinese citizens shitting on the side of a road at a given time, y = the number of displaced Tibetans laboring in sweatshops at the same given time, and b = a constant representing the degree of denialism inherent in the expression of Chinese citizenism, as defined by the Offuscation Theorem of Long March algebraic coconutism.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 16:19 | 2363931 akak
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Even if one accepts the story about the necessity of being a Chinese to speak of US citizenism, if one walks in the land of fantasy, and submit to the whim that Chinese citizenism exists, all this would be based on the behaviour by one.

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What is it about your Chinese citizenism citizen's mind that makes the expression of every thought come out as the meaningless gibberish of an autistic cretin suffering from a bad LSD trip? 

Based on their consistently bizarre and cryptic language, I am coming to the conclusion that these chinese citizenism citizens are not in fact human beings at all, and that we are merely reading here the transcribed barkings of the imperialist Tibetan-blobbing-up running dogs of Long March algebraic coconutism.

The difference between generalizing on general ground and generalizing on singular ground.

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You mean, like the difference between a US citizen shitting in a toilet and a rabbit-breeding, resource-rapacious chinese citizenism citizen generally shitting on the ground?

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 14:24 | 2363817 TheFourthStooge-ing
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AnAnonymous said:

This US citizen chinese worships the free press under the guise of promoting freedom of speech while the free press is all about propaganda.

How nice of you to admit what we already know about you.

Ah, ah, nothing like Chinese citizenism to stating what is obvious. You every day are praising US citizenism, endorsing it, advocating its acceptance among peoples of the world.

US citizens have a long history of promoting their best interests under the guise of humanity's welfare.

Keep spreading your faith. Sing praises of US citizenism. Sing praises to its glory. Sing your song up to the stars and beyond.

You sing a song of profound profundity...

 

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 15:29 | 2363898 AnAnonymous
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Contrary to your fantasy, US citizenism exists beyondf myself.

Nice US citizen stroke to try to connect me to the spread of US citizenism.

Ah, US citizens, always humble when it comes to a certain kind of their achievements...

Dont worry though, US citizenism, no matter I am alive or not, will keep spreading.

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 23:50 | 2363148 jack stephan
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Mr. Prince: We'll see you when you get back from image enhancement camp.
Martin Prince: Spare me your euphemisms! It's fat camp, for Daddy's chubby little secret!
Mr. Prince: You promised you wouldn't make a scene.

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 20:39 | 2362847 benb
Fri, 04/20/2012 - 21:56 | 2362961 geekgrrl
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Wow. Thanks for that link!

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 21:55 | 2362960 BigInJapan
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Oh man, that was good.

I almost pissed myself laughing from it. The Japanese will say ANYTHING to try and get those islands back BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO DOMESTIC OIL PRODUCTION IN JAPAN you see?

The Russians sit down every now and then, look across the table and say, "You started that war. You got your asses kicked. You lost the islands. We got the oil. Suck it!"

Then the black vans and busses roll around Japanese cities for a few days spewing from their loudspeakers more right-wing ultra-nationalitic garbag about the good old days under the emperor and how a military solution is the only way to fix this.

It also plays well in the media here to keep people from thinking about the DEBT! You'd be shocked at how many people still tell me, "But Japan has the highest savings rate in the world...".

 

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 22:26 | 2363008 benb
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I don’t exclude the possibility that all or at least part if your appraisal is correct. But I have no doubt that the ongoing radioactive contamination from Fukushima threatens the continuing existence of Japan as a viable nation. If and I mean a very long shot ‘if’ it comes down that Japanese start significant relocations to the Chinese Ghost Cities which would begin the Asian Super State, then I would say the whole thing was planned from the beginning, (years ago) including the earthquake that knocked out the reactors.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 03:59 | 2363312 Xkwisetly Paneful
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"But I have no doubt that the ongoing radioactive contamination from Fukushima threatens the continuing existence of Japan as a viable nation."

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

and I have no doubt left to one's own devices their no doubts would result in starvation.

BTW still waiting on TMI to meltdown the east coast, same inane blather different day.

 

 

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 19:45 | 2362747 Crab Cake
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We will be finding out very soon if oaths to the Constitution have any weight to them, or whether our soldiers have been completely brain washed. Obviously the Pentagon foreswore their oaths, but I am talking about the individual soldier, and man for man, when confronted with blatant and flagarant orders.

Our enemies are domestic, that fact is now crystal clear. The moment of truth approaches.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 04:57 | 2363335 Xkwisetly Paneful
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Nothing new here, so sorry. These domestic enemies have always been there and governance almost always moves towards more not less.

The real question is whether they would actually open deadly fire on US citizens on US turf en masse if it came to that which of course it won't.

The day the obese turns off the plasma, puts down the krispy kremes and lattes and takes to the streets is not occuring anytime soon despite the perpetual and endless posts to the contrary on this site.

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 23:32 | 2363024 i-dog
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"if oaths to the Constitution have any weight to them"

I don't know whether OathKeepers has been compromised, but this Jack McLamb guy (http://jackmclamb.community.officelive.com) is a definite honeypot for collecting names of "patriots".

From his site:

"If you have soldiers or lawmen who are family or friends and whom you believe to be true patriots, please contact Officer McLamb's police and military organizations office to put them in contact with peers who love and defend America from our nations most dangerous, corrupt, and criminal enemies.... our internal, high level, enemies. Please contact him between 9:15 am and 4:00 pm, Mon thru Fri. PST. Tel: (208) 935-7852"

Note that he is asking people to give him the names of patriots in their families ... "if you see something, say something"?! He's a retired cop (in 1986) and also a member of the very secretive Council for National Policy (the "right-wing CFR" which is opposing Ron Paul and still backing Santorum) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHfaLyxfQKA.

'Wolves in Sheep's Clothing' - background on the CNP: http://www.thebirdman.org/Index/Others/Others-Doc-Government&Politics/+Doc-Government&Politics-Tracking&AvoidingTyranny/WeAreBeingSuckeredByAControlledOpposition.htm

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 20:39 | 2362843 geekgrrl
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I'd like to believe the soldiers would adhere to their oath, but it's probably just wishful thinking on my part. I don't see any evidence that anyone in government, including the military, has any concern whatsoever about the Constitution. We live in a world where solemn oaths don't matter anymore. Just look at the divorce rate. People can't even fulfill their marriage vows, and that goes for some of the most sanctimonious people like Newt Gingrinch.

I don't know how much more evidence folks need to figure out this is what a police state looks like. The next step is the disappearings. Left, right, Bush, Obama, Liberal, Conservative, doesn't matter. Bush was at least honest when he said you're either with us or against us. Obama, on the other hand, lies through his teeth when he says the provisions of NDAA will not be applied to US citizens.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 13:37 | 2363759 The Alarmist
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"Obama, on the other hand, lies through his teeth when he says the provisions of NDAA will not be applied to US citizens."

Our Dear Leader never lies to us ... we merely do not understand what is really true. You have such a 1983 view of things.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 00:02 | 2363169 Arkadaba
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Came across this article on a "progressive" site today. Well written (and long). But the first piece I've come across that looks at the one person charged with going on a rampage in Afghanistan.

http://www.alternet.org/world/155011/murder%2C_suicide_and_financial_ruin%3A_how_the_class_war_is_destroying_americans%27_lives/

 

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 22:51 | 2363048 Smokey1
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"I don't see any evidence that anyone in government, including the military, has any concern whatsoever about the Constitution."

What an asinine statement. Hundreds of thousands of fine soldiers in the military, many care deeply about the Constitution, but according to you, none of them care about it.

Do you even think before posting your mindnumbingly ignorant shit ? Or are you simply on a neverending quest to regurgitate the same vapid garbage you rip from blogs, so that you can score some thumb votes ?

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 00:00 | 2363166 geekgrrl
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The oath they swore was to defend the country from enemies, foreign and domestic. Yet, domestic terrorists are clearly running the show. At what point will these people realize their actions are in violation of their oaths?

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 04:39 | 2363330 Xkwisetly Paneful
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They must have beeen running the show for a very long time,

since the same largely ivy league educated theoretical academic morons are running the show as they have been for a very long time.

At what point will the idea that there is nothing new or novel going on here for the most part actually sink in? I realize same self loathing paranoid delusionals who see the country for everything bad and nothing good for some odd reason think their lives are novel.

Government moves in exactly one direction when it comes to governance and it is not towards less.

 

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 21:12 | 2362891 Dr. Sandi
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Obama, on the other hand, lies through his teeth when he says the provisions of NDAA will not be applied to US citizens.

Those aren't HIS teeth. They look nice on TV though.

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 21:29 | 2362920 benb
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If those aren’t his teeth then whose teeth are they? I mean I know Obama is no more the real President of the U.S. than my German Shepard is Mayor of St. Louis but the  T.V. sheeple believe in the poo that’s sprayed all over them and they like it.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 04:13 | 2363318 Xkwisetly Paneful
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Your dog is not really a dog it is an obvious manchurian in dog form most likely from the soviet's eastern germany which obviously still exists and is just invisible.

and if that longshot comes in, that one day it forgets and spits out guten tag instead of the roof roof,

 it will become mayor of St Louis and that was the overall commie plan all along,

take over St Louis.

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 21:59 | 2362965 robobbob
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"whose" is the operative question.

He has operated under the names Bearick, Soetoro, and Barack. thats just three known aliases. a SSN issued from the wrong state, and no one has openly admitted to seeing an original birth certificate that confirms what he says it says. and to date, out of several dozen court cases, not one judge has allowed any to present evidence, with most hiding behind "lack of standing" how can an American citizen not have standing when asking the simple question, who is the President?

anyone taking odds on Arpiao having any accidents, or sudden unexpected health issues like a heart attack or cancer?

so again the question is asked, whose teeth are they?

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 18:20 | 2362599 Smokey1
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Just  move to North Korea or Iran, you fucking shit-eating communist. All you do is post shit motherfucking the USA. If you hate it so fucking bad, leave already.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 03:37 | 2363297 AnAnonymous
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Just move to North Korea or Iran, you fucking shit-eating communist. All you do is post shit motherfucking the USA. If you hate it so fucking bad, leave already.
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As pointed out by a US citizen, the US of A is in the eye of the storm.

Suggesting relocation implies that the relocated will take the full power of US citizenism.

See for example: the assassination bill.

Assassinating non holders of US citizenship outside the US? Not a big deal.

Assassinating non holders of US citizenship inside the US? Not a big deal.

Assassinating holders of US citizenship outside the US? Not that a big deal.

Assassinating holders of US citizenship inside the US? The big deal.

Now, apply the relocation piece of advice to any US citizenship holder protesting about the bill.

See the amount of US citizenism one has to face. It has increased.

The closer to the ganglord, the safer.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 03:57 | 2363302 akak
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Well,if it isn't my favorite Chinese European Easter Island time-traveling American US citizenism citizen!

I was thinking about moving to China and embracing Chinese citizenism, but working in a locked sweatshop for 12 hours a day making cheap and toxic plastic crap with no bathroom break except being allowed to shit on the sidewalk was not a very appealing option.  Besides, I failed the test for public spitting and nose-picking, have an aversion to blobbing-up, and my skills with algebraic coconutism are almost nil.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 08:00 | 2363422 krispkritter
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Thanks for keeping after this Chicom-blobbing douche Akak..."my skills with algebraic coconutism are almost nil" I didn't know a piece of bagel could pass through a nasal cavity until now...rofl...

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 07:53 | 2363416 AnAnonymous
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The only bit connected to reality is the possibility of moving to China.

The rest is only fantasy as US citizens more and more can not deal with reality without mediating it through fantasy.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 09:57 | 2363519 TheFourthStooge-ing
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AnAnonymous said:

The rest is only fantasy as US citizens more and more can not deal with reality without mediating it through fantasy.

Point at much as you wish to the errings of US citizenism, it is your creation, your own fantasy.

This is how Chinese citizenism citizens deal with reality.

It is funny how Chinese citizenism citizens like to project their fantasies onto others.

You live in your self-induced fantasy, floating in your stream of consciousness on the fluffy pillow of the opium smoke cloud. US citizenism? Might as well call it Yangtze River Dolphinism.

With every Chinese citizenism rewriting of history with great convincing bluster, you then deny every previous incantation (big leap forward history). Biggest strength of Chinese citizenism oppression is following the path of can kicking denialism, leading to running dog ignoration and then endless repeation. This is the mettle of Chinese citizenism.

The Chinese citizenism mettle is the primary amazement of the situation.

 

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 21:19 | 2362904 Dr. Sandi
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If you hate it so fucking bad, leave already.

Maybe we just need to export a large number of idiots and assholes. Then the rest of us don't NEED to leave!

Fri, 04/20/2012 - 19:42 | 2362733 George Washington
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You might want to use a communication style slightly more advanced than this:

http://i.imgur.com/n9f2H.gif

Please see this.

Sat, 04/21/2012 - 04:29 | 2363326 Xkwisetly Paneful
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Awesome!

All need is a laptop in the background logged into ZH and it would be perfect,

the MO of this blog is exactly what is taking place in the video,

throw as much shit as possible on the internet and pray something actually sticks.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!