September 18, 2004

September 18: Today's Reason to Not Elect George W. Bush

Today's shrill critic of George W. Bush is Eric Umansky:

Eric Umansky: Pentagon Acknowledges Censoring Casualty Sites: Last week, I received an email from a marine in Iraq who said his network was blocking him from visiting icasualties.org, a site that compiles casualty figures for Americans Iraq, as well as CNN’s page on servicemembers killed in the war. That was the second time I’d read of the military censoring a casualty-related site.... "Access Denied (content_filter_denied) Your request was denied because of its content categorization: "'Extreme;Politics/Religion'"<.

I assumed this wasn’t policy, but rather an overzealous sys-admin with too much time on his hands. I was wrong. Two Army spokespeople have now explained to me that it is indeed the Army’s intention to purposely block service-members from viewing non-Pentagon casualty sites.... Captain Chris Karns, a spokesman with Centcom, explained:... "In this case, it is important to ensure consistency and accuracy when dealing with causalities. The Armed Forces takes great care to ensure whenever there is a casualty the family receives the information first. Non-DoD sites reporting casualty figures can lead to inaccurate information...."

Karns’ concerns are understandable—and irrelevant: Icasualties.org and CNN compile their figures from the Pentagon’s own press releases. Nor are names attached to them—unless it’s a link to a previously published article.

Posted by DeLong at September 18, 2004 08:17 AM | TrackBack
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Freedom and Democracy. How many times can Bush screw the men and women of the military and they will still clap and cheer and eagarly mail in their absentee ballots for him? Unlimited numbers of times, it seems.

Posted by: Alan at September 18, 2004 08:36 AM

Oh, this is no big revelation.

If you've ever served, you know AFRTS radio and television only plays golden oldies, rock from the late 70's (excluding Dylan and Havens), no hip-hop or rap, Leave It To Beaver, Father Knows Best, Bible Hour, that kind of thing. Military post troops and civi's live in a head space out of the Deep South some time back in the 1950's, and they keep it that way on purpose, you'all.

Interesting when Bush was speaking to Veterans, and assuring them of increased benefits, (even as pay and benefits for regular soldiers is cut back to pay for those veteran benefits), Bush never once mentioned the 1,000+ dead and 6,000+ maimed who have served him, nor explained that by declaring "victory" and an end to the "war", what that really meant was pay cuts in health, hazard and death insurance for active troops!

He's never once attended a funeral, prosecuting anyone who's taken pictures of the flag-draped returning coffins. Venal chicken-hawk bastards.

This is our Supreme Leader, Commander in Chief?

Deaths in Iraq are up to 50 a day now, far more than at the height of Viet Nam. Can't wait until my and your sons are drafted, maybe they can all serve in the same unit!!!

http://www.cnn.com/2004/US/09/16/us.iraq.ap/

http://www.masnet.org/news.asp?id=1671

http://www.newsday.com/news/nationworld/world/ny-woiraq183976282sep18,0,4327816.story?coll=ny-worldnews-headlines

Posted by: Tante Aime at September 18, 2004 09:12 AM

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Here's a prophecy for you:

Colin Powell will find himself in a specially reserved inner circle of the Inferno, and Don Rumsfeld will be chained to a cold, black rock while the eagle of victory eats at his liver.
George Bush and Dick Cheney will receive no such special endorsement. Their bones will simply be crushed as land fill in the paved road to Hell.

Posted by: Lash Marks at September 18, 2004 09:22 AM

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Posted by: sm at September 18, 2004 10:57 AM

The US is drastically understating both casualties and fatalities. John Pike of Global Security.org caught them red-handed. The 1000 fatality mark was probably passed during the RNC or even before.

As for casualties, it has been reported (from a retired military health physicist, Major Doug Rokke) that 18% of Iraq veterans are already disabled to some degree. Since a principal source of disability is depleted uranium, and the source says that over half of Gulf War I veterans are showing disability, it's likely that these figures will rise substantially.

It would be only fair if young men and women being called up to go to Iraq were told that they may face cancers and other disorders as their "reward" for loving their country and obeying the Primate Prince.

Posted by: Charles at September 18, 2004 11:40 AM

To listen to Major Rokke on US casualties in Iraq:

www.kpfa.org/cgi-bin/gen-mpegurl.m3u?server=209.81.10.18&port=80&mount=/data/20040916-Thu1700.mp3"

Or go to www.flashpoints.net and look up the Thursday program.

Posted by: Charles at September 18, 2004 11:43 AM

"AFRTS radio and television ..live in a head space out of the Deep South some time back in the 1950's"

They broadcast "Rush Limbugh"
You're right, that is 1950's Deep South"

Posted by: gw at September 18, 2004 12:28 PM

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Posted by: Steve at September 18, 2004 02:33 PM

Thanks for an interesting thread. I have often wondered about the level and quality of information that might be available on base for those cheering throngs of soldiers who quite honorably face doom at the order of a president who has pursued policies as grotesquely foolish as those of Lyndon Johnson in Vietnam.

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The web address of Operation Truth, swallowed by Movable Type, is www.optruth.org

Posted by: Charles at September 18, 2004 05:04 PM

Lash Marks: I thought the road to hell is paved with good intentions, not crushed bones. But then maybe somebody has been lying to me; wouldn't be the first time.

All: Speaking of good intentions, let me share with you what I learnt (while I lived in a "communist" country) of how "communist" regimes thought about their media and access to information. (Part of this is distilled from what I heard from school teachers in response or reference to questions about censorship.)

The reasoning goes like this: Of course we want our citizens to know the truth, so that they can make well-informed and not misguided decisions. But, you see, it is difficult to see the truth (and the "true way") for those who haev not yet found it, in the presence of all the distractions, disinformation, and remnants from the past that make our people think they live in a different world than that of bliss.

In addition to that, our people can only truly value The Way when they are properly motivated and not depressed by shortcomings where we have not yet achieved the Bliss. So we want to show them only those things that are consistent with the desired reality, and not distract them with negativism. Of course we have to acknowledge that there are deviations, shortcomings, abuses, etc. (especially if they are so obvious that our Leaders at every level of the hierarchy constantly have to face questions about them and are forced to discuss them), but they have to be presented not as our failures (which by definition they can't be), but as what they are -- the work of our enemies, subversive elements, their collaborators, and those who either have not seen the light, or are too weak in their faith and waver in their actions. The enemies and subversive elements have to be crushed, the others "helped" to find the path. And of course, we cannot have our grand plans spoiled by letting those whose faith is not yet firm be exposed to enemy propaganda and subversive disinformation designed to stifle our continuous progression to ultimate Bliss.

Which element of this short summary fits which aspect of what we currently observe is left as an exercise to the reader.

Also note how this reasoning can be applied to the dictatorship of the proletariat, the ownership society, the war on terror, and more.

Posted by: cm at September 18, 2004 05:30 PM

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Victory or Surrender
by William Kristol
09/27/2004, Volume 010, Issue 03
Weekly Standard

"Come home, America! Kerry will bring our troops home from this latter-day quagmire. Yet to come home from Iraq, to withdraw from Iraq, would be to surrender to the terrorists against whom we're fighting. Now, Americans don't like the prospect of surrendering to terror."

First off, Kristol is a Zionist, let's be blunt about it. He doesn't speak for Americans, and he sure doesn't know what prospects Americans like, or dislike, being an elite, despite the obvious surmise that Zionists control the US Executive.

Second off, there was no "terrorism" in Iraq before GWII. For ten years the US laid waste to Iraq. There were not one, but two no-fly zones, north and south, which we pounded on Iraq daily.
Thus the only "terrorism" Iraq exported was the $20,000 payments that Saddam Hussein had made to Palestinian jihadists, for which, in addition to signing big oil deals with France and Russia, the decision was made to take Saddam down.

Therefore, by invading and then colonizing Iraq in order to prevent free elections and privatize their economy and their oilfields on behalf of global vampiroyal investors, Bush's Executive has CREATED the very terrorism that so doggedly eats away at our poor soldiers, stuck there in his dirty little war, exactly like Israel and Palestine are, for what, **forty years** now?

Any sane thinking person could have foreseen it. Heaven forbid, Kristol poses, we should leave!
Ergo, Zionist logic is to invade your neighbor, thereby creating resistors and freedom fighters, then label them 'terrorists', and on the basis of 9/11 WTC sentiment, declare Endless War, and an endless occupation of 25,000,000 innocents.

See, it's the Likudite Endgame! Prison camps!
In closing, Zionists always like to speak on behalf of all Americans, whether we agree or not, just like Ari Fleischer was so good at.

Kristol and his NeoCon ilk got America into this Iraqi clusterf&*k, for which they should all be neutered and sold off to the House of Saud.

Gosh, sure like that visual a lot more than the one we see every night on TV, live from Baghdad!

Posted by: Tante Ratatoskr at September 18, 2004 07:46 PM

“You know, George Bush went over to Iraq and hung out a sign that said ‘The Jihad’s HERE.'”

Thus observed my wife, the Fabulous Cindy, over the delicious breakfast she’d just made for Barbara and me in our warm home. She went on –

“You know, I’m really worried if John Kerry wins this election. We didn’t wait for the Germans and Japanese to get here. We went and fought them over there.”

She is one fourth Russian and was extremely upset over the children’s massacre at the hands of Chechen al Qaeda in that North Ossetian school in Russia. “I’m afraid that will happen here if Kerry is elected. We really don’t need suicide bombers on our busses.”

My friends, the survival of our children is the most important issue in this election. We don’t need a “sensitive” president who’s backed by a party that thinks the Abu Ghraib prison scandal is the most important event of the Iraq war. I think we all feel more secure with a Texas strutting., cowboy hat wearing president who’s always ready to unleash his metaphorical six shooters.

By the way, how many of you...

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Posted by: Adrian Spidle at September 19, 2004 09:00 AM

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President's abortive war in Iraq, living in
denial, and prosyletizing on his behalf for
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Of course it's delusional, the same lack of
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Of course it's failure to use their eyes to
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remove Saddam, but rather first a paternal,
then colonial, today more a hostile takeover
of the country and its oil resources. Why?

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and by this I mean the military-industrial-
Congressional state which Eisenhower warned
of, is to refashion Iraq out of whole cloth
into a Frankensteinian client state of US.

It's not so much a secret oil cabal, or the
cladestine Zionist intel shirah, sure, those
are key elements behind the scenes, but its
more than that. It's the fundamental white,
Christian view of the world as its oyster.

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elephant, and the three blind fakirs? This
time, the Rajah was more circumspect. His
elephant Iraquala was sick and near death.
So he called for his physician-philosophers.

First he called the most wealthy retired
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would know how to heal Iraquala, he would.
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Then to balance out the two often opposing
views, and cast a consensus vote, the rajah
called a medicine man from the business class.
He put this test to them all: "How shall I make
Iraquala well, without bankrupting my kingdom?"

The rich retired medicine man felt Iraquala's
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he studied her rank breath, and tasted her blood.
Then after some meditation, he returned to his rajah,
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The rajah grew disturbed. He had once envisioned a
splendid future for his elephant as the Royal Coach.
So he called upon the village medicine man next, and
told him sternly, "We must remove the head of this
disease, and then heal her and make her productive."

The trembling village medicine man went to Iraquala's
compound, but as he arrived, the skies began to darken,
and shuddering winds began to blow. He tried to commune
with the dying beast, and to stand where her thrashing
wouldn't threaten his safety, but she was too fierce.

"Master," the poor medicine man cried, "I'm just a humble
village physician, the task you've set before me is so
enormous, and the beast is so fierce, I'm sorely afraid!"
"Nevertheless," replied the Raj, "for this you will stay
with Iraquala until she is well. If she dies, so you die."

Now the rajah was desparate for a new plan of salvation.
Two of his hand-picked physicians told him the elephant
was beyond saving, one even had the audacity to suggest
his beautiful coach was nothing more than a raging beast.
He last called in the medicine man from business class.

Now this physician, used to corporate management, focus
groups, stakeholders, task-setting and delegation, sent
someone else in his own stead, just to make the gesture,
then pitched a strategy session with his principals how
they could make a good profit from the rajah's problem.

They hit upon a scheme. Tell the rajah the beast was too
sick and old to be his fabulous coach, and then instead,
sell the poor elephant to the circus, when it would be
tamed, and chained, and enslaved for the amusement of
the country's commoners, who would pay well to see her.

"You are wise beyond your years," the rajah admired, as
the business class medicine man spoke. "I am free of a
burden, monies will come into my royal treasury instead
of going out, and my people will now feel they are part
of royalty by sharing in this great circus of endeavor.

And so Colin Powell led US troops into Iraq, with great
shock and awe and slaughter of tens of thousands of poor
camel herders, old clerics, housewomen and schoolchildren.
The American people saw their mission to save those poor
fallen dark slaves, and didn't notice the DoD pickpockets.

His Majesty Rajah George was much pleased with the outcome,
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. . . "How steady she goes," thought Jim with wonder, with
something like gratitude for this high peace of sea and sky.
At such times his thoughts would be full of valorous deeds:
he loved those dreams and the success of his imaginary
achievements. They were the best parts of life, its secret
truth, its hidden reality. They had a gorgeous virility,
the charm of vagueness, they passed before him with a heroic
tread; they carried his soul away with them and made it drunk
with the divine philtre of an unbounded confidence in itself.
There was nothing he could not face." (Joseph Conrad, "Lord Jim")

The simple fact is that American Christian Democracy cannot win
an Israeli-Palestinian scenario. Even the Israeli's can't win,
and they have no such compunctions of fair play and democracy.
Palestine has dragged on for *fifty years*, and Iraq will drag
on fifty more, until the oil is gone, and her people paupers.

Hopefully by then Christ will have returned, and the New Age of
Green Energy will be upon US, and this blatant charade of faux
'representative government' will have been put long behind us.
If you know big government, then you know how this will play out:
finger-pointing, pyramiding war deficits, and an end to Liberty.

You can't make a sick elephant well, by putting it in the circus.

"A bright meteor shot across the sky, leaving a glowing trail,
and fell far out beyond the Washington Monument. They watched
it fade in silence.

“Oh, well!” President Beecher said with a sigh, rising to greet
his Cabinet, “so all things pass away.”

Wanslow chuckled, eyes hooded, rubbing his hands together, “Yes,
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