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Friday, March 20, 2009

It Gets Worse...Obama Is Even More Naive Than I Imagined



Rufus said that I had a failure of imagination. He was right. This video is hard to believe. It is treacle. (Think Of George Bush's Ramadan party or James Baker taking the Ayatolloh a cake.)

“We know that you are a great civilization, and your accomplishments have earned the respect of the United States and the world,” Obama said.
 
“There are those who insist that we be defined by our differences.”

“But let us remember the words that were written by the poet Saadi, so many years ago: ‘The children of Adam are limbs to each other, having been created of one essence.’”


“On the occasion of your New Year, I want you, the people and leaders of Iran, to understand the future that we seek,” Obama said. “It’s a future with renewed exchanges among our people, and greater opportunities for partnership and commerce” and “greater security and greater peace.”

Silly us. It was all a big misunderstanding. Let's hear some Kumbaya.


Warming up over at the State Department
UPDATE:

"In an unusually swift reaction to Mr Obama's overture, Aliakbar Javanfekr, an aide to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said Iran welcomed "the interest of the American government to settle differences".
But he said that the US government "should realise its previous mistakes and make an effort to amend them".
In an almost simultaneous announcement, from Iran's energy minister, Parviz Fattah, said that the country would "finish and operate" its controversial Russian-built Bushehr nuclear plant by the end of the year.
"Iran has chosen a direction for achieving peaceful nuclear energy. We have mainly reached this aim," he said at the World Water Forum in Istanbul.

"Exactly 20 days from now we will have another celebration for celebrating the achievements we have gained for peaceful nuclear energy. You will hear about the news," he said.

"Iran will finish and operate the Bushehr nuclear plant by the end of this year."
Telegraph

65 comments:

  1. This segment includes the moderate Taliban that the President will dialog with.

    Newsbusted

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  2. What if it is not Naive at all?
    If he believes it and acts on it, it will come to pass.

    What you might call Dhimmification, he will call Unity.

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  3. I am sitting here in my bed crying....

    Oh have i been so wrong..

    I will today go out and turn over my gun and ammo to the local police force, today i shall give poor islamic beggers money.... How I have been so vain to think that Iranians mullahs were nothing but our friends....

    It took the ONE to shed the light on this...

    Iran and it's leaders are not the issue... I am...

    I have been so wrong...

    Let me open up my home, my factory, my temple and give the Iranian people a warm welcome...


    ( oh yeah...)

    Let me not count the ways I am wrong...

    Iran Has:

    Funded & Supplied Hamas, hezbollah, Syria, Islamic Jihad with billions and tens of thousands of rockets...

    Bombed and murdered thousands of people who object to it's policy to erase America (big satan) and Israel (little satan) from the earth

    Has spend 10's of billions on a nuke program instead of providing basic needs of it's people

    Has ethnically murdered ten's of thousands of arabs in it's sw territories...

    Has murdered reporters from around the globe, kidnapped diplomats, retired FBI agents, normal citizens...

    Is working to start a world wide Islamic revolution...

    yep that's the Iran I know...

    sorry big O, you shot your wad and all I got was the wet spot...

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  4. Whit said...

    "Phew, those headlines over at Drudge are horrible!

    World taxes on gasoline to fund green, panel recommends dropping the dollar, NASA's Climate hysteric calls for civil disobedience, students forced to cage fight, Obama, Dodd, Pelosi, etc, etc.

    It's a chamber of horrors. Who's got the razor blades?"

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  5. I was soo hoping you had seen the light, WIO.
    Peace

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  6. "It gets worse..."

    Yeah, like "perfect storm" worse.

    Just as the world deflates faster than a balloon, a political novice is elected President of the United States at a time when the radicals of the Democrat party control congress.

    It's no wonder that he has to leave DC as his party makes a hash of things....

    OMG.

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  7. Iranian Blogger Dies in Prison

    After Mr. Mirsayafi was convicted he told Reporters Without Borders:
    “I am a cultural and not a political blogger.
    Of all the articles I have posted online, only two or three were satirical.
    I did not mean to insult anyone.”
    ---
    Earlier this week, the father of the Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi, told Lindsey Hilsum of Britain’s Channel 4 News that he had spoken to his daughter, who is still being held in Evin Prison.
    He added that waiting for her release is “a nightmare.”

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  8. He's a novice in all things productive, Whit, but he has spent his entire adult life honing his Manipulative Skills.

    They worked on the street and in the Chicago Machine.

    They could well work in our dumbed-down, feminized nation at large.

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  9. Steele is presently hosting the Bennet Show, btw.

    Wish he did as well in the political arena as he does on talk radio.

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  10. NRSC matches DSCC in fundraising

    The National Republican Senatorial Committee will report raising $2.87 million in February, matching its Democratic counterpart in fundraising while using much of the money to pay down its debt.

    The NRSC now has $1.05 million cash-on-hand at the end of February, with $2.7 million outstanding in debt. Last month, the committee held over $4 million in debt.

    The NRSC’s fundraising total is up significantly from last month, when it raised just $1.8 million.

    The Democratic Senatorial Committee also raised $2.87 million, and ended the month with $3.7 million in its campaign account. It still holds $10.9 million in debt from last cycle, and didn’t pay any of it off over the last month.

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  11. If someone doesn't compare those piddling amounts to the

    FOUR BILLION

    dollars given to ACORN, I will.

    (tommorrow)

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  12. ...OUR dollars given to ACORN

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  13. AND
    They are registered helpers for the next census!

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  14. All praise Allah and his messenger Obama...

    All the funds of the wicked ones will now fund Allah and Obama's sung praises...

    900,000,000 for Hamas

    20,000,000 fo Hamas resettlement in the USA

    no more border control

    How much will Allah and Obama offer Iran for cooperation? 100 billion? 400 billion? the Lives of every jew that has ever lived?

    Maybe Jay Leno has some insight...

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  15. I can hear Putin on the phone to the mullahs asking them to play Obama so he will gut missile defense, the F22, and every other weapon system on the left wing hit list.

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  16. I updated the post with the Iranian response...

    "In an unusually swift reaction to Mr Obama's overture, Aliakbar Javanfekr, an aide to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said Iran welcomed "the interest of the American government to settle differences".
    But he said that the US government "should realise its previous mistakes and make an effort to amend them".
    In an almost simultaneous announcement, from Iran's energy minister, Parviz Fattah, said that the country would "finish and operate" its controversial Russian-built Bushehr nuclear plant by the end of the year.
    "Iran has chosen a direction for achieving peaceful nuclear energy. We have mainly reached this aim," he said at the World Water Forum in Istanbul.
    "Exactly 20 days from now we will have another celebration for celebrating the achievements we have gained for peaceful nuclear energy. You will hear about the news," he said.
    "Iran will finish and operate the Bushehr nuclear plant by the end of this year."

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  17. Bennet caller...
    "It seems like stupidity has become a virtue in this country,
    I lived in Africa for three and one half years, and I've seen poverty, and I know what poverty is. People in this country have no idea what poverty is.

    I was so glad to get back to this country, because you realize what a great thing we have going here.
    The man we have in this country as our President, I never thought I would say this:
    It's not my President, and it's not my government.

    I am black, I am 56 years old, I lived with the two water fountains, I'm from the South...
    people have no idea, it's like this incredible cabal that's going on and these people are not stupid.


    Steele,
    This weekend you're going to see an unprecedented effort by this administration to galvanize the people of this country to get behind what I believe is creeping Socialism.

    You've got this Pledge Project to canvas an unprecedented number of people across the country.

    The President has access to Thirteen Million people who are supporting him.

    This week they are going to go out and canvas the country and get people to support his agenda (ala "cardcheck") on Healthcare, Energy, and Education.

    Smoke and Mirrors,
    we are not focused on the fact that you are taking this economy in a direction that is going to ruin our ability to solve any of these problems.
    No were going to go around the country and get people to sign pledge cards saying "me too, me too"

    And meanwhile, we are not talking about, and focusing on the debacle that is administrative fiscal policy.

    Don't get fooled by the hype, if someone comes to your door with a pledge card, so no, say I am paying attention to what's going on,
    I don't need to pledge support to anything,

    I'm paying attention because my brain is still free, and it goes with my free heart that says I want to remain independent.

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  18. "Iran will finish and operate the Bushehr nuclear plant by the end of this year."

    Allah Akbar!
    PBUBHO

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  19. It must be Shrill Friday. Everyone who gave up smokes for Lent is a tad cranky.

    Judging from the Mayan calendar of unavoidable doom, which is the calendar I go by, it's a little early yet to unfurl those End Is Nigh banners. Why, we haven't even gotten to the midterm Republican takeover of Congress, the hyper-inflation-induced wheelbarrow shortage, Obama's meet and greet with the 12th Imam, the ominous alien call-in to Coast-to-Coast, or that clear precursor to our sudden end: Nouriel Roubini going door-to-door, shouting, "Emergency. Emergency. Everyone to get from street."

    There's years to go yet. Chill out. Have a nice weekend.

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  20. Well, this new diplomatic push, by the US, will not produce any worse results than the programs pursued by the previous Administration, vis a vie Iran.

    Iran's economic domination of Iraq has to be factored into the equation, and since, as we all know, Iraq is the most important place in the whirled, that Iranian dominance in the region, propped up by the actions of Team43, has to be accomedated.

    Now it will be, with less offensive rhetoric, but little change on the ground.

    Guess the CIA sabotage program, against the Iranian nuke program, failed, too.

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  21. "Iran's economic domination of Iraq has to be factored into the equation, and since, as we all know, Iraq is the most important place in the whirled, that Iranian dominance in the region, propped up by the actions of Team43, has to be accommodated."
    ---
    W's PC War, followed by Democracy in Iraq.
    ---
    Like W enabled the testosterone boosted Federal Dept of Education.

    ...and W's TARP enabled the Obama admin's Socialization of the economy.

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  22. Nancy's TARP, actually, but new tone George would never Veto that.

    Compassionate Conservative to the grave.

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  23. Ash's posts are as pathetic as Gutterball Obama's Special Olympics Effort as (self) reported on Leno.
    RETARD

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  24. Did Barry make fun of the short bus kids that could neither think, nor afford, to join him at Punahou?

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  25. starwars III.

    the drawing in of anakin skywalker to Palpatine seems to have some analogies to current events. will we become a darth vader when the sith, darth sidious is revealed? it was too late for anakin. the problem with selling only part of your soul is that the other part may need it to survive. Directive 66 was the end game for the sith lord.

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  26. Damn American gringos are stealing all the water with their hamburger fetish

    http://lifehacker.com/5175236/the-many-ways-to-reduce-your-water-use

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  27. Alan Grayson Questions CEO Edward Liddy on AIG Cover-up

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HYq6kdseV8
    ==

    Tell me why is it they can't be lined up against the wall shot dead?

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  28. It's not necessarily true that an alien intervention would be hostile, Trish.

    There's an outside chance they might be 'friendlies.'

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  29. Stupid motherfucker. Hard to believe anyone could be more incompetent that BushII, but this fucker is.

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  30. The damn navy had to add to the Iranian mirth by playing bumping boats.

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  31. As the House prepared to vote Thursday on a bill that would tax the bonuses of employees at bailed-out firms like AIG at 90 percent, Minority Leader John Boehner said he opposed it but told other Republicans to "vote their conscience." That afternoon, 85 Republicans joined 243 Democrats in voting for it.

    Since 85 is over 44% of the Republicans in the House, where does the GOP stand on using the Tax Code to punish the politically unpopular. Even when those unpopular folk have broken no law and the Government had pre-approved their unpopular but legal actions.

    44% of Republicans pissed on conservative as well as compassionate values, let alone the Constitutional protections that protect US all from an over reaching Government.

    44% of the Republicans in Congress have no conscience consverative value.

    Obama is riding the center of the political wave, not the center-left, amigos. 44% of the Republicans in the House, why they agree, exemplified by their vote of free will on the punitive taxation of legal wages.

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  32. now peres is trying to appeal directly to the citizens of iran. the siths are almost in complete control though. whether there is harm in trying is an interesting debate.

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  33. These fscks should be taxed not at 90%, but at 200%. Their names should be publicly available to all, and they should be facing criminal prosecution for money laundering, fraud, piracy, racketeering, tax evasion, etc.

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  34. a weakened U.S. sure is angry, it would be tough on a potential adversary to become the focus of that rage

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  35. You cant BLAME the people for GETTING the bonuses...

    You can BLAME the bosses for GIVING THEM

    You can BLAME OBAMA for putting in the Stimulus bill the wording to approve the bonuses...

    The blame should go to the TOP, where the buck stops....

    BHO...

    Barack should resign

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  36. $2.5 Billion in Merrill Bonuses Would Not Be Covered by Tax

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/21/business/21merrill.html?hp

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  37. WiO,

    Don't fall for the partisan ping-pong bullshit. They're all the same shit. What one corrupt hand doesn't deliver to the money elite, the other will. And on and on it goes.

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  38. I think all fricken watermelons ought to be taxed at 1000 fricken per cent, then tar and feathered and run out of town on a rail...

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  39. Rat's 1:50 comment is right on target. The country has lost its collective mind.

    A few years ago, I thought the Democrats were going to dissolve as a party. They didn't. They regrouped and reunited against Geo W. Now, it's questionable whether the Republicans can make it.

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  40. Rat's 1:50 comment is right on target.
    ==

    Delusional 18th century political rhetoric and pious hypocrisy that was subsumed by the powers of commertialism as soon as it was uttered.

    The question is not whether the State intervenes in economic activity, but how. The purpose of the state is economic: allocating resources, determining who gets what, and how, and enacting laws to enforce these allocations. In fact, what is the state if not an armed enforcer this hierarchy of privilege?

    In my opinion, bankers should have had their privileges revoked long ago.

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  41. 900,000,000 for Hamas

    20,000,000 fo Hamas resettlement in the USA

    $4,000,000,000 to ACORN

    no more border control in the ME and the Americas.

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  42. "Since 85 is over 44% of the Republicans in the House, where does the GOP stand on using the Tax Code to punish the politically unpopular. "
    ---
    Republicans don't stand, they slither.

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  43. Cantor was supposed to be one of the great conservative up and comers.
    Voted yes, I heard.
    (after getting plenty of face time on the tube slithering this way and that)
    ...he might not have slithered, I didn't see it.
    Could have just mouthed conservative rhetoric, and then voted Stalinist.
    In which case I guess he just acted like a snake.

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  44. The purpose of the State is not to allocate the resources of the society, mat.

    Unless of course one is living in a fascist State.

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  45. Unless of course one is living in a fascist State.
    ==

    No, what you have in the US today is a fascist state. A fascist state that is ran by the corporate fascist elite with zero democratic accountability to the general citizenry.

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  46. Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly

    all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.

    T. Jefferson, 2 July 1776

    It was true in 1776 and it is true today. There is no demand for real change. The election of President Obama was all the change most of the electorate had hope for.

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  47. You misunderstand fascism, then mat.

    Making up your own definitions and meanings as you go along.

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  48. There is no demand for real change.
    ==

    Is that what Big Brother at GE says?

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  49. 64. Lifeofthemind:

    Yesterday I posted a long OT on Afghanistan.
    Last night I attended another meeting and heard a talk by Gary Berntsen. He is the former CIA officer who ran the operation at Tora Bora in 2001.

    He is adamant that he requested an 800 man Ranger battalion to seal off Osama bin Laden’s escape rout to Pakistan, and that the denial came from the White House.

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  50. "corporate fascist elite with zero democratic accountability to the general citizenry."
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    Nobody's forced me to buy anything, except Big Government.
    yet

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  51. You misunderstand fascism, then mat.
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    Not at all. The fascist MSM can dress up it with a see no evil hear no evil smiley face, but it's fascism. From voter fraud and manipulation, to corrupt legislators and law enforcers, to a corrupt system that offers no real choice. It's all pretend theater and grandstanding. In short, dimwit fascism.

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  52. "all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed."

    T. Jefferson, 2 July 1776

    Freedom is Slavery

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  53. Even if all the accusations were true, mat, which is not the case, it still would not be a fascist State.

    Criminal and fascist are not synonyms.

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  55. Tommy Franks credits himself with that Tora Bora decision, doug.
    He did not want to tie US down in a land war, in Asia, spearheaded with 800 Rangers, who are no strangers, to dangers

    How accurate is his memory?
    Only he and the "White House" know, fer sur.

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  56. Criminal and fascist are not synonyms.
    ==

    To all effect and purpose it is fascism. And Rufus already made my point for me in the previous thread. You can call it dimwit fascism or fascism with a smiley face, but it's fascism.

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  57. fas⋅cism
       /ˈfæʃɪzəm/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [fash-iz-uhm] Show IPA
    –noun
    1. (sometimes initial capital letter) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.
    2. (sometimes initial capital letter) the philosophy, principles, or methods of fascism.
    3. (initial capital letter) a fascist movement, esp. the one established by Mussolini in Italy 1922–43.

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/fascism



    mattie, you've not gone very far in demonstrating the above - not by a long shot.

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  58. Nobody's forced me to buy anything, except Big Government.
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    Cute.

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  59. mattie, you've not gone very far in demonstrating the above - not by a long shot.
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    Really? Who it is that write all the laws and enjoy all the privileges? Who is it that own the government? Is it not the corporations? Is that not fascism?

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  60. That'd be the "Friends of Israel" you are discribing, mat, amongst others.

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  61. That'd be the "Friends of Israel" you are discribing, mat, amongst others.
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    And?

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  62. Blogger Mətušélaḥ said...

    Damn American gringos are stealing all the water with their hamburger fetish

    Tell me why is it they can't be lined up against the wall shot dead?

    These fscks should be taxed not at 90%, but at 200%. Their names should be publicly available to all, and they should be facing criminal prosecution for money laundering, fraud, piracy, racketeering, tax evasion, etc.

    No, what you have in the US today is a fascist state. A fascist state that is ran by the corporate fascist elite with zero democratic accountability to the general citizenry.


    Hey! Barkeep!

    Give mattie a bowl of warm milk. He's having another usual day.

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