POLITICS, THE ART OF BICKERING
It is the nature of most individuals that when their guilt, either republican or democrat, is exposed, they attempt to discredit their opponents rather than answer any charges. Rampant lying and defensive dialogue are propagated as truth by ignorant, gullible or compliant individuals posing as journalists. The Democrats and the Republicans assume their authoritative public podiums either expressing outrage against their accusers or defending the standard party line. So it is with the constant controlled conflict between the Democrats and Republicans. Rather than contrite humility and problem solutions, we have designed division. This orchestrated partisan bickering is wholly intended for the American audience in order to distract, divide and perpetuate negative feelings without solving any key concerns. The only issues they are in agreement about are the regular pay raises and congressional benefit packages that maintain their elite standard of living.
Just prior to the Iraq invasion both Democrats and Republicans claimed that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. The pro-war propaganda was all we heard via the elite owned airways. The majority of all network broadcasters favored the war. Television hosts who dared schedule anti war guests or raise legitimate questions suddenly had their shows canceled and lost their contracts. Now in the midst of an unpopular occupation we have dissatisfaction, decreasing presidential approval ratings and growing numbers of astute, skeptical constituents vocalizing valid concerns. This always generates choosing up sides and partisan defense measures.
The politicians crave power but resist responsibility when things go terribly wrong or a previously silent group actually recognizes that we are no longer represented by our representatives. However, the Iraqi invasion would have proceeded according to the globalist agenda no matter which party prevailed in the 2000 presidential race or which party had a majority in Congress at any given point. We still would have had over two thousand military deaths and approximately 100,000 dead Iraqis. Both parties are controlled by the New World Order handlers and it all boils down to economics and power. Essentially, there is absolutely no difference between the two “opposing parties” despite their claims.
The biggest bickering bone of contention currently appears to be the immediate demand for the withdrawal of our troops versus remaining to finish the job. However, no one has adequately defined what that job might be. So, like spectators at a sport match, the constituents should evaluate the tactics and examine reasons for the distraction. Given the fact that the U.S. Defense Department contracted on 13 June 2003 with Kellogg Brown Root [KBR], a subsidiary of Halliburton, to construct permanent military bases in Iraq it appears that withdrawal is not even a serious consideration. “In January 2005 it was reported that the Pentagon was building a permanent military communications system in Iraq. The new Central Iraq Microwave System is to consist of up to 12 communications towers throughout Iraq, along with fiber-optic cables connecting Camp Victory to other coalition bases in the country.” So what is the real point of this current distraction? Is this just a scheduled public relations device for the upcoming 2006 congressional elections? Or are the globalist handlers concentrating on the 2008 elections?
Both Democrats and disillusioned Republican supporters are currently criticizing and questioning the legitimacy of prewar intelligence. In response George W. Bush self-righteously rebuked the growing number of congressional critics by accusing them of rewriting history and of being “deeply irresponsible” and sending the wrong message to America’s enemy, and to the U.S. troops. It is just more of the same old platitudes that most of us recognize for what they are – uninspired expressions from speechwriters who should seek honest employment elsewhere. Bush said: “As our troops fight a ruthless enemy determined to destroy our way of life, they deserve to know that their elected leaders who voted to send them to war continue to stand behind them.”
Given the number of recent government prohibitions imposed on Americans, I think it is quite evident who is really determined to destroy our way of life. Couple this with reliable reports of prisoner abuse, confiscation of firearms from law abiding citizens in the southern states affected by Katrina, CAFTA, and the Patriot Act and we have stark evidence concerning the identification of the ruthless enemies and it isn’t the Iraqis. They are the most pathetic of combat targets after years of starving sanctions, multiple extensive bombings under George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and now occupation by the very country that brought death, destruction and toxic waste disease to their land.
In addition to “ruthless enemies” (known as anyone the government designates as a terrorist), there are more subtle dangers that can dramatically alter the lifestyle of our troops. True, our troops absolutely deserve to know that their government stands behind them while they put their life on the line. Evidently, the elitist leaders and their immediate families stand far enough behind the troops to miss all the bullets. In addition to “insurgents,” our troops confront a very subtle indiscriminate adversary that may change one’s life forever. The weapons our troops use, authorized by the U.S. government, contain high amounts of radioactive uranium. It is in the missiles, smart bombs, dumb bombs, bullets, tank shells and cruise missiles. When used, these munitions release a radioactive dust which, when inhaled, remains in the body – everyone’s bodies: the troops, the insurgents, civilians, old men, young men, women, children, any warm body. When this dust is ingested subatomic particles permanently alter the DNA.
Before the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003, there was some lengthy planning and propaganda by the nefarious group known as the Project for a New American Century, whose war hawk members served in the first Bush regime and now serve in key positions in the current Bush monarchy. In an effort to continue the initial Iraqi onslaught (1991) the birds of prey sharpened their beaks, honed their talons and then gathered the most deadly toxic munitions that our taxpayer dollars could buy. Just in the year 2003, we dropped four million pounds of radioactive uranium on Iraq. Both radioactive depleted and non-depleted uranium have contaminated the civilian populations of Afghanistan and Iraq and the American troops, present and future. If our elected elite are going to castigate irresponsible behavior – shouldn’t they begin with the weapons contractors/manufacturers and the pentagon department in charge of ordering those radioactive weapons?
Is there no consideration for American troops who are squandered in foreign warfare under extreme toxic conditions – of which they are not forewarned about? Doesn’t that send a rather definitive message to those who have been told they are valiantly struggling to capture the illusive Osama bin Laden, find weapons of mass destruction, take out Saddam Hussein, spread democracy, kill them before they kill us or whatever the current conflict justification might be? One could suppose that if the bombs and bullets don’t eliminate the Afghani, Iraqi, and Iranian (next target?) insurgents, enemy combatants or citizens then the uranium related health problems will. Apparently only the sturdy survivors will benefit by the enforced democracy/regime change which coincidently is in compliance with our economic interests? How does all of this integrate with that compassionate conservatism we heard so much about before the election?
That whole region is affected – not just Afghanistan and Iraq. Surrounding countries are affected as well as a result of wind patterns. Environmentally the radioactive dust has a half-life of 4.5 billion years, making it a permanent toxic contaminant. Where are all of the enthusiastic environmentalists who regularly oppose any plausible private business proposal that might conceivably involve moving a bird’s nest a few feet or eradicate even a noxious weed? While they profess environmental concerns, their nongovernment organization, big foundation sponsored rhetoric typically results in an assault against the middle class and our constitutionally guaranteed freedoms. Obviously, government authorized toxic blitzes in someone else’s country are insignificant. The accompanying toxic violence against our own troops is apparently inconsequential also. This strongly suggests that there are numerous ways to destroy individual freedom – at home and elsewhere.
Civilians from Baghdad and Al Basra who were exposed to aerial bombings or tank battles developed some interesting symptoms including fatigue, intermittent fever, respiratory impairment, nocturnal diaphoresis, headaches, musculoskeletal pains and urinary tract impairment. Urine samples were obtained from several patients by the Uranium Medical Research Centre field team which, when tested, contained depleted uranium. Many of the veterans from the first Gulf invasion, who are still living, exhibited these same symptoms because of inhalation of depleted uranium containing aerosols.
Depleted uranium was used in the first gulf war which has greatly affected the Iraqi population with a very high incidence of cancer and grievous birth defects. Our returning troops will carry the effects of the radioactive dust and suffer unrelenting illnesses and weep as their children are born with catastrophic birth defects. The people continue to mourn while the wicked rule. [See video "Beyond Treason"]
There are so many distractions to keep the masses from discovering those uncomfortable realities: foreign taxpayer funded trips, verbal attacks on the leaders of other nations, party bickering, questionable if not downright ridiculous Supreme Court nominations and other media driven nonsense. So, if and when the elected elite actually decide to focus on responsible representation they could concentrate on the following:
Iraqi civilians dead, says study
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Deanna Spingola has been a quilt designer and is the author of two books. She has traveled extensively, teaching and lecturing on her unique methods. She has always been an avid reader of non-fiction works designed to educate rather than entertain. She is active in family history research and lectures on that topic. Currently, she is the director of the local Family History Center. She has a great interest in politics and the direction of current government policies, particularly as they relate to the Constitution.
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