In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.
Friday, August 14, 2020

Left handed smokes

Find your way through the invisible mystic haze.

Please don’t rub your eyes! Hike up that which makes Americas belt of gird-a-loin steadfastly citizenship fit.

It’s time right handed smokes be revealed a mingling non, with left surreptitiously blending and counting upon failure of any crop.

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Land of the Free? Home of the Brave? (RIP)

1919 – Antonio Gramsci, Italian communist leader, creates the New Order, L’Ordine Nuovo an effort to educate the masses and lead them to a social revolution.

1990 – George HW Bush promotes a New World Order based on US economic and military strength.

COINCIDENCE? I think NOT!

“The world’s equilibrium hath been upset through the vibrating influence of this most great, this new World Order. Mankind’s ordered life hath been revolutionized through the agency of this unique, this wondrous System – the like of which mortal eyes have never witnessed.” – – – -Bahá’u’llá, creator of the Bahai faith, 1889,

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Obama: When all else fails, become a populist

President Barack Obama is shifting his administration’s emphasis to battling unemployment, the scourge that is hurting households nationwide and threatening to inflict heavy losses on Democrats in November’s elections.

In the process, he and his allies in Congress intend to force Republicans, through a series of upcoming votes, to choose between Wall Street’s high fliers and Main Street’s middle-class workers. With Democrats struggling to deliver on big promises such as overhauling health care, they hope their increasingly populist tone _coupled with Republican resistance to two Democratic-crafted, deficit-reduction proposals — will prevent wavering voters from drifting to the GOP.

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No punishment for Bush aides who advocated torture

Bush administration lawyers who drafted legal theories that led to waterboarding and other harsh treatment of terrorism suspects showed poor judgment but won’t face sanctions for professional misconduct, according to a published report.

A forthcoming government ethics report initially concluded the two key authors of the so-called torture memos, Jay Bybee and John Yoo, who were officials in the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel during the Bush administration, had violated their professional obligations as lawyers when they crafted the memos that allowed the use of harsh interrogation tactics.

But a senior Justice Department official, David Margolis, later softened the department’s finding to say the authors simply showed poor judgment, Newsweek reported.

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