TBR News.org – December 27, 2004
December 23, “You all will be pleased to note, as was my wife, that I do not exist. I am merely another conspiracy lunatic badly disguised as a member of the White House staff. This is the official line now being taken because it is evident to the snoops around here that this part of your posting is getting so much attention. If you haven’t already gotten negative emails from “viewers” about this, you will.
We have a number of faked IPs that permit government stool pigeons to send out reams of pro-Bush and pro-government propaganda to sympathetic bloggers and right-wing websites. A false vox populi but sometimes effective. Also, the psychology boys are now busy inventing weird conspiracy theories to put out to the boobery to keep their minds off of the growing and deadly disasters now beginning to loom over the heads of the Administration such as the Iraq mess and the even more serious financial crisis about to ruin all of us. (Incidentally, I took all of our savings and put them equally into Canadian dollars and the euro. I am hedging my bets here.)
These bright boys, working with the Rove people, are starting stories about weather control, a new Ice Age, the spread of SARS, Mad Cow (but only in Canada as a way of punishing them for daring to harbor US deserters), weird plots to blow up US cities and so on.
These nut stories seem to have a life of their own on the net and are eagerly accepted while the real plottings can go on behind the scenes. There is no doubt that we are going to have a draft and after that, an invasion of Iran and Syria…if Bush , Rove and the neocons have their collective, evil, way.
Bush is going to privatize Social Security so his stock broker friends can reap rich rewards with the usual kickbacks for Bush and his closest aides. So to cover up these nasty doings, we can expect to see a flood of camouflaging radar chaff pouring out from down the hall from me.
I advise to you be careful of biting on any of this. People like you will be sent reams of what at first glance appears to be a red hot story. It will be completely fake and easily proven as such. Once you bite and publish, a paid pundit from the New York Times will publish a devastating refutation of it.
Let’s not limit paid pundits to the Times. The Baltimore Sun and the Chicago Tribune also have paid pundits on their staff as does the Los Angeles Times. They are all paid for this, except for the dim-bulb fanatics whom we find on most editorial pages, but never by the local privy purse. They get fat checks from “Institutes” and “Policy think tanks” that are entirely owned and operated by the current Establishment.
Of course the Democrats do the same thing but the Republicans have ever so much more money from big business interests that they can afford to hire the bigger names and set up the more distinguished-sounding “think tanks” and “Institutes.”
If you and your readers want to find out what is <>really<> happening in the world, I recommend the Asia Times, the Guardian and Reuters in England (keep away from the Times because it is owned by the Bush butt kisser Murdoch, ) Pravda has good articles but they are badly translated, Le Monde in Paris is good as are several of the Arab outlets. Also recommended is AFP.
If you read these daily news postings (and all are in English) you will very soon discover the degree and extent that the US media is completely controlled.
Your habit of mocking Pentecostals is not making you any friends in that bitter and unproductive area either. Another ploy is for bogus “Veteran’s groups” and people who sign themselves “Patriotic Ex-Marine” who will write hundreds of emails calling those who object to the mindless bloodletting in Iraq as “traitors” to the American people (for ‘American people’ read, ‘George W. Bush’)
Unfortunately for the activities of these proto-fascist creeps, the actual truth is so pervasive and so compelling that their effort only seem to influence the feeble-minded…Anyway, have a Merry Christmas and remember that God sent His only begotten Son down twice: once two thousand years ago and secondly, only recently. One Son of God was born in a stable and the other went to Yale…Walking around the offices in the White House and, occasionally, the RNC, I can only think of the Jukes and the Kallikaks….”*
The Jukes and the Kallikaks were pseudonyms for two families used as examples during the latter 19th century and early 20th century to argue that there was a genetic disposition toward anti-social behavior or low intelligence. The arguments were used to bolster advocacy of eugenics, or the "scientific" breeding of human beings, by demonstrating that traits deemed socially inferior could be passed down from generation to generation. The Nams were another such family name used in a similar work.
As a general concept the Jukes Family represented inherited criminality and the Kallikak Family inherited mental retardation.
The Jukes family was described by Richard L. Dugdale in 1877 in The Jukes: A Study in Crime, Pauperism, Disease and Heredity.
The Kallikak family was described by Henry H. Goddard in 1912 in The Kallikak Family: A Study in the Heredity of Feeble-Mindedness.
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