Monday, 12 December 2011

Five and counting....

General Wesley Clark is, like his erstwhile mentor Colin Powell, an unprincipled ass-licking careerist who sold his soul to the devil a long time ago. However, now that he’s given up his political ambitions he’s coming clean on some of scandals he was privy to. One of them is the Neocon War Schedule. In this clip he details what occurred just before the Iraq adventure.

Six weeks later, I saw the same officer, and asked: “Are we still going to attack Iraq?”

He said: “Sir, it’s worse than that. He said – he pulled up a piece of paper off his desk – he said: “I just got this memo from the Secretary of Defense’s office. It says we’re going to attack and destroy the governments in 7 countries in five years – we’re going to start with Iraq, and then we’re going to move to Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.”

Clark also points out that about ten years previously, in 1991, Paul Wolfowitz told him pretty much the same thing. Now there’s nothing dramatically new here – the Project for the New American Century has pretty much laid it all out at that time. Isn’t it scary though that an unelected self-selected group with dubious loyalties can decide on the wars the country takes on, with the elected ‘representatives’ reduced to a bystander’s role?

Isn't it scarier still that this plot scarcely gets a mention in the MSM or in what passes for political discourse in the USA?

So which will occur first: Syria and/or Iran attacked, or the USA becomes bankrupted from these adventures?

41 comments:

Anonymous said...

No surprises there, Savant.

Your last comment: "So which will occur first: Syria and/or Iran attacked, or the USA becomes bankrupted from these adventures?"

... may be a moot point. Please consider this:-

http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/0,1518,802051,00.html

Anxious Greeks Emptying Their Bank Accounts

By Ferry Batzoglou in Athens
AFP

A branch of the Greek central bank. Bank deposits are falling rapidly.

Many Greeks are draining their savings accounts because they are out of work, face rising taxes or are afraid the country will be forced to leave the euro zone. By withdrawing money, they are forcing banks to scale back their lending -- and are inadvertently making the recession even worse.

Georgios Provopoulos, the governor of the central bank of Greece, is a man of statistics, and they speak a clear language. "In September and October, savings and time deposits fell by a further 13 to 14 billion euros. In the first 10 days of November the decline continued on a large scale," he recently told the economic affairs committee of the Greek parliament.

With disarming honesty, the central banker explained to the lawmakers why the Greek economy isn't managing to recover from a recession that has gone on for three years now: "Our banking system lacks the scope to finance growth."

He means that the outflow of funds from Greek bank accounts has been accelerating rapidly. At the start of 2010, savings and time deposits held by private households in Greece totalled €237.7 billion -- by the end of 2011, they had fallen by €49 billion. Since then, the decline has been gaining momentum. Savings fell by a further €5.4 billion in September and by an estimated €8.5 billion in October -- the biggest monthly outflow of funds since the start of the debt crisis in late 2009.

The raid on bank accounts stems from deep uncertainty in Greek households which culminated in early November during the political turmoil that followed the announcement by then-Prime Minister Georgios Papandreou of a referendum on the second Greek bailout package.


How long before US banks have a run on them? Three weeks? Three months?

One of the lead characters in the Covington series states (and often):- "In a colonial war, it is never the generals who surrender first ... it's the accountants."

Emulate Mr. a. Read 'em

Battlefield awash with blood? No problem. Awash with red ink? Oh, oh.

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Anonymous said...

Events are accelerating ...

http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2011/12/soros-makes-move-to-control-global.html

Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Soros Makes a Move to Control Global Police Forces


This is off the charts. It looks like billionaire George Soros is getting serious about controlling current global turmoil. It appears he is getting ready to influence, if not control, global police forces. NYT reports:
On Wednesday, George Soros, the billionaire investor, is expected to name Christopher Stone, a well-known expert on criminal justice, the new leader of his unconventional philanthropic empire.

Mr. Stone, a professor at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, will fully take the helm in July of the Open Society Foundations, a sprawling constellation of more than 30 organizations that operate in places as diverse as Baltimore, Jakarta, the Kremlin and Congress.
Just what does "expert on criminal justice" mean? Get a load of this, from NYT (my emphasis):
Mr. Stone built National Defender while at the Vera Institute for Justice, a nonprofit group that works to improve justice systems, where he eventually rose to become chief executive for 10 years. He expanded Vera’s international programs, working with national governments in South Africa, Russia and Chile and developing a reputation as an expert on the professionalization of police forces.

“Police chiefs will confide in him, and at the same time, he can convene meetings of people from the grass-roots civil-rights community and command the same kind of respect,” said Thomas E. Perez, assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Justice Department and an old friend.


I have a solution for our problems ... but I don't think you're going to like it.
It's sort of old-fashioned. Closer, in fact to Old Testament.

I hand you to the online dictionary:-

Definition of POUR ENCOURAGER LES AUTRES: in order to encourage the others —said ironically of an action (as an execution) carried out in order to compel others to obey or submit.

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sharonski said...

UN - no need to worry about a run on US banks as long as there's ink and paper to print.

Rob said...

Saw an interesting comment somewhere on the subject of Iran's nuclear project: if Iran invaded Mexico and Canada, wouldn't America be at least getting prepared for war? That's exactly what's happening, only in reverse - America has invaded countries on both sides of Iran. And when you look at who's really calling the shots in the US these days, you can't blame the Iranians if they want to be armed to the teeth with nuclear weapons.

awakened said...

Putting themselves in foreigners' shoes has never been an American strongpoint. To put it mildly.

Anonymous said...

For American White Nationalists who do not wish to sink beneath a morass of "Jersey Shore" and "America's Top Model" this Christmas ... broaden your minds

And read the REAL history of the United States:-

http://www.occidentaldissent.com/

An excerpt:-

Note: Daniel Chamberlain wrote an even more blistering and highly recommended article on the failure of Reconstruction and the total control of the state government by the Black Undertow in an article for The Atlantic Monthly in 1901:

“The quick, sure result was of course misgovernment. Let a few statistics tell the tale. Before the war, the average expense of the annual session of the legislature in South Carolina did not exceed $20,000. For the six years following Reconstruction the average annual expense was over $320,000, the expense of the session of 1871 alone being $617,000. The total legislative expenses for the six years were $2,239,000.

The average annual cost of public printing in Massachusetts for the last ten years has been $131,000; for the year 1899 it was $139,000, and this included much costly printing never dreamed of in South Carolina in those days. In reconstructed South Carolina the cost of public printing for the first six years was $1,104,000 – the annual average of $184,000, the cost for the single year 1871-72 being $348,000.

The total public debt of South Carolina at the beginning of Reconstruction was less than $1,000,000. At the end of the year 1872, five years later, the direct public debt amounted to over $17,500,000. For all this increase the state had not a single public improvement to show; and of this debt over $5,950,000 had been formally repudiated by the party and the men who had created the debt, and received and handled its proceeds.

Prior to Reconstruction, contingent funds were absolutely unknown in South Carolina; a contingent fund, as known under Reconstruction, being a sum of money which a public officer is allowed to draw and expend without accountability. During the first six years of Reconstruction the contingent funds in South Carolina amounted to $376,000.


Or, how about:-

Standard Oil of Ohio, chartered in 1870, was converted into a trust in 1882, by which time it controlled more than 90 percent of American oil refining. “Now,” warned James J. Garfield, who had ended the war as a Union brigadier general and who would be the second President to be assassinated in office, “a class of corporations unknown to the early law writers has arisen,” turned the Republican political slogan of “free soil, free labor, free men” into “industrial feudalism.” At the end of the war, “I found that I had got back to another world,” said the title character of William Dean Howell’s novel The Rise of Silas Lapham, who had survived a wound at Gettysburg.” The day of small things was past, and I don’t suppose it will ever come again in this country.

My God. People could actually write in those days ...

UN

Interesting excerpt:-

During the war, Yankeedom had evolved from a racially homogeneous land of small farmers and artisans into a land ruled by the Robber Barons who imported millions of European immigrants to work as wage slaves in their factories.

Between 1880 and 1914, two million Yiddish-speaking Ashkenazi Jews arrived from Eastern Europe. When Lincoln was elected president in 1860, there were around 150,000 Jews in the United States.

Henry Adams would later lament, “We are in the hands of the Jews. They can do what they please with our values.” He advised against investment except in the form of gold locked in a safe deposit box. “There you have no risk but the burglar. In any other form you have the burglar, the Jew, the Czar, the socialist, and, above all, the total irremediable, radical rottenness of our whole social, industrial, financial and political system.”


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Anonymous said...

sharonski said...

UN - no need to worry about a run on US banks as long as there's ink and paper to print.

The truly astonishing thing, Sharonsky, is that even paper and ink are no longer necessary. A few taps on the keyboard and everyone's rich ... again.

For now. The keyboard giveth and The keyboard taketh away ...

Interesting nickname ... you don't type jewish.

UN

Sorry, couldn't resist.

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Anonymous said...

Just imagine, that last comment would get me hanged, drawn, quartered ... and eighth'd and sixteenth'd -- for good measure -- in the UK.

UN
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sharonski said...

I am not Jewish!

And my reference to ink and paper was methaphorical!

pdf1 said...

Henry Adams could see it, even back then. Think what's gone down in the meantime!

Anonymous said...

Rob said...

Saw an interesting comment somewhere on the subject of Iran's nuclear project: if Iran invaded Mexico and Canada, wouldn't America be at least getting prepared for war?

Good point, Rob. I saw the trailer for some piece of Australian wannabe dreck called "Tomorrow, when the War Began."

It tells of Australia being invaded by a generic Asian nation (I assume) and the band of brave stalwart teenies who pry themselves away from their Iphones long enough to "Myke the World Syfe fur Durmokkersee ... Ya know?"

-- and thought to myself ... What if an Oz filmmaker had the balls to pen a screenplay about an Australian invasion -- by the US?

Not that far-fetched. Australia has oil ... and a fast-growing band of joosh subversives. Besides, both Obongobongo and Hillary visited earlier this year.

Casing the joint.

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Anonymous said...

sharonski said...

I am not Jewish!

Not for an instant did I think you were ... I simply could not resist.

UN
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Bemused stare said...

A bit off topic, but I thought very interesting.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2073248/Local-cops-used-Predator-drone-arrest-North-Dakota-farm-family-stealing-6-cows.html

Anonymous said...

Further to everbody being poor or rich ... depending on whether you're a billionaire in London or Zimbabwe, I am reminded of the series: The Hichhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams.

I think it was the second volume where all the ad execs, lady's hairdressers and phone sanitisers got dumped on a planet and decided to adopt leaves as a currency.

Once again, satire becomes reality.

UN

PS: Oh, it appears Zimbabwe is abandoning the USD as a medium of exchange and going for the Chinese Yuan. One could ask why, but then one would have to give a rat's bum,** I guess.

UN

**I am trying to clean up my act ... a little bit at a time.
Pray for me.

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Anonymous said...

the USA becomes bankrupted from these adventures

Will Goldman Sachs notice?

Anonymous said...

Okay ... help me out here.

1. A US company sponsors a TV series promoting (get this) a reality TV show “All-American Muslim.”

2. People don't like that, so there are calls for boycotts ... and a lot of flak from everyone in general.

Okay, so Lowes, a discount hardware chain, decides to pull their advertising support. After all, they want to keep their client and customer base.

America in action ... up to a point ,,, and this is where things go off the rails.

3. We now have some scumbag senator who sees a political football and threatens to boycott Lowes -- for pulling their advertising.

Small and medium business in America have become a political punchbag ... and whipping boy**

Senator Calling for Boycott After Lowe’s Pulls Ad from Muslim Reality ShowMore news stories on Islam in America

KTLA News (Los Angeles), December 11, 2011

A California senator is threatening a boycott against homebuilding supply chain Lowe’s after it pulled advertising from the reality TV show “All-American Muslim.”

{snip}

Despite what many call a “positive portrayal” of Muslim life, the show has come under protest recently, prompting Lowe’s to cut its ads after the Florida Family Association called on members to email the program’s advertisers.

“Lowe’s has received a significant amount of communication on this program, from every perspective possible. Individuals and groups have strong political and societal views on this topic, and this program became a lightning rod for many of those views. As a result we did pull our advertising on this program,” the company said in a statement Saturday.

“We believe it is best to respectfully defer to communities, individuals and groups to discuss and consider such issues of importance.”

South Bay state Senator Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) sent a letter to the company’s CEO Saturday saying the company’s move is un-American and undermines efforts by the Muslim community to improve public understanding of one of the world’s largest growing religious communities.

{snip}

The conservative Florida Family Association cheered Lowe’s decision. The group called the TLC show “propaganda that riskily hides the Islamic agenda’s clear and present danger to American liberties and traditional values.”


Aaah, business in America> Damned if you do ... damned if you don't.

Suddenly ... that film "The Road" is no longer a metaphor.

Uncle Nasty

PS ** Can I still say "boy"? Not too, shall we say, gender-specific, is it?

UN

PPS: Anyone remember ... I think it was Stan Freeberg and his "Elderly Man River"?

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Anonymous said...

How long before US banks have a run on them? Three weeks? Three months?

Who has money in them?

The number of people outside the banking system -- excepting EBT -- is increasing.

It's not just Wal-Mart that practices "just-in-time inventory". Most people in the U.S. do, in their bank accounts. Hand-to-mouth.

The only people who could make a meaningful bank run are rich bastards.

For everything else there's Visa.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope when it all goes tits up that these bastards will be swinging from lamp posts.

Anonymous said...

And Israel/Amerikas yapping poodle, Britain, under David "I'm a proud jew" Cameron, and Willie "I'm not a homo" Hague, will be shit-stirring all the way on behalf of it's zionist/neo-con masters.

whitevanman said...

I swear, if america decided to invade Norway the yapping poodles of Britain would lead the way. Beats me

Anonymous said...

Bemused stare said...

A bit off topic, but I thought very interesting.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2073248/Local-cops-used-Predator-drone-arrest-North-Dakota-farm-family-stealing-6-cows.html

13 December 2011 04:22


Not off-topic at all. I am amazed that the CIA, FBI, Homeland Security and the BATF didn't open up on them with an A-10 Warthog.

Or a SPECTRE gunship*

Seriously, how close did these people come to being the Randy Weavers of 2011?

Very, very close, I think.

Read the Covington Books

UN

* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_AC-130

Hector G. said...

No, Bemused, I don't think it's off topic either. No doubt at all that they're building up to a fascist-controlled states over there.

Bemused stare said...

**I am trying to clean up my act ... a little bit at a time.
Pray for me.

UN


Ek bid vir jou Oom, maar ek belowe fokkol. :)

On the daily mail article, what gets me is the utterly dismal reaction from the sheep.

Six cows "wander" onto a 3000 acre farm. A farm that just happens to be the home of folks who have no love of the government. Whereupon a raid happens and they even just happen to have a predator available to play with.

It is starting.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I've visited this wonderful blog for some time. Thank you for being here but I have a question: What in Sam Hill are these 'Covington Books'?? Looking forward to your response..

Madame X

SAVANT said...

Hi Madame X (did I make your acquaintance at a an establsihment in Paris many years ago?). Anyway, I'm sure Uncle Nasty will be only too pleased to update you on Covington. He's built up quite a HC fan club through this site alone!

whitevanman said...

Bemused, what do you actually think is starting? I'm not suggesting your wrong, just interested in what you believe.

Bemused stare said...

Whitevanman, I think "it's starting" was a poor choice of words. In that the US gov has been doing similar for decades.

What is happening I thinks is that they have decided to ramp up the pressure as they are getting nervous. Too many of the flock are waking up and with that, we are at a place where all that is needed is for someone to light the match.

I have long said that, ww3 will not be the classic punching match between countries we envisage, at least not at the outset. Thanks to modern communications and the fact that we have had a program in operation for decades to have the biggest threat to our people delivered right to our own door, the next one will be fought in everyones backyard.

All it needs is for another mahogany mob in the states to do its thing and get stopped properly. And then for Eric to come in on "his peoples" side with the big guns. Let some ordinary white guy get murdered by a swat team for daring to protect his home and that might be the kickoff of the match.

rebel said...

@Bemuses Stare. You could be right and I hope you are!

white rose said...

"What happened on 9/11... We didn't have American understanding of it and we had instead a policy coup in this country. A coup. A policy coup. Some hard-nosed people took over the direction of American policy and they never bothered to inform the rest of us."
- General Wesley Clark, 3 October 2007

Anonymous said...

So,a muslim goes on the rampage in a European city,at a Christmas market in the Christmas period.

Imagine my relief when I was immediately informed that this was simply a criminal act.

Nothing to do with terrorism,not even slightly political.

For 30 seconds or so,I was a bit outraged.

But now my outrage is completely assueged.

Thank God for that.Merely criminal.

Nothing like that awful chap in Norway then.

What was his name?

mr.a

Anonymous said...

What was his name?

Ahmed Mohammed Al-Queda.

Anonymous said...

Still not convinced that our nation is no longer ours and is being used by Israel or when America collapses from within from fighting these 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel,' will you finally wake up?

Anonymous said...

Walter Maciejowski, 90, from Massachusetts soon caught up and I quickly tried to run interference so he wouldn't get yelled at as he stood there in his cream-colored Pearl Harbor Survivors cap. Walter was clueless and was just amazed at the technology. He whispered in my ear as the scene was about to begin 75 yards away. We both stood exactly where the director had told me to stand.

Two minutes later, another guy with an earpiece came up and simply asked us to leave. Period. He was polite, and I politely retorted: "This is a public place and its Pearl Harbor week. These men have made it possible for you to shoot here today. Plus, this is where your director placed us."

He told me he agreed but to please leave with Walter. Oh, he did offer to get us a water or soda to enjoy as we left. We declined.

I told Walter we had to go, and we started to walk away as lead actor Alex O'Laughlin and Terry O'Quinn from Lost did their scene. As we moved out, yet another woman came up to us and with a fake smile told us Walter couldn't take any pictures.

"Our actors get very skiddish around still cameras, sir."

Pretend heroes ruin Pearl Harbor remembrance

As a programme Hawai'i 5 Oh sucks.

It sucks more after reading what the crew got up to.

Anonymous said...

Bemused stare said...

**I am trying to clean up my act ... a little bit at a time.
Pray for me.

UN

Ek bid vir jou Oom, maar ek belowe fokkol. :)

On the daily mail article, what gets me is the utterly dismal reaction from the sheep.

Six cows "wander" onto a 3000 acre farm. A farm that just happens to be the home of folks who have no love of the government. Whereupon a raid happens and they even just happen to have a predator available to play with.

It is starting.


Dankie, Swaer, ek ook.

Further to Bemused Stare's post, I was taken with the mug shots of the family, which press all the "demonisation" buttons -- if I may coin a phrase.

Low-angle wide-angle close-ups (I have done commercial and personal photography, so I am well-versed in the language of photographic flattery and its reverse ... photographic uglification.)

Low-angle wide angle shots are never flattering; quite the reverse.

The chin and jawline become exaggerated and apelike, with the concomitant benefit(?) of reducing the apparent cranial size.
All features closest to the camera are increased in size and prominence - the chin, jaw, lips and nostrils while the eyes become small and piggy. I have mentioned the cranium.

Why do I even mention this?

I direct your attention to these sites.

http://www.thugreport.com/

http://www.iamanenglishman.com/rogues_gallery.php

In which most mug shots are quite neutral ... medium focal length lenses, no low angle shots.

Never believe the old canard that the photo does not lie. They can be made to lie all the time ... even in the Era B.P. (Before Photoshop ...)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adnan_Hajj_photographs_controversy

So ... short version. The family, whatever their shortcomings, have been turned into modern day Neanderthals ... part of the softening-up process.

Remember, liberals, like rust, termites and cancer, never sleep and never swerve from their goal.

Cheers,
UN
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Anonymous said...

white rose said...

"What happened on 9/11... We didn't have American understanding of it and we had instead a policy coup in this country. A coup. A policy coup. Some hard-nosed people took over the direction of American policy and they never bothered to inform the rest of us."
- General Wesley Clark, 3 October 2007


Not the first one, I am afraid.

November 22, 1963 springs to mind.

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rambaloosa said...

anon 23.09. Too true, buddy - too true.

Anonymous said...

Further to the wilful destruction of a nation.

Please read this. As I admitted before, I have no notion of economics or how the financial world works ... but I am learning.

Fast.

http://silverbearcafe.com/private/12.11/barnhardt.html

A few quotes:-

"The Merc itself basically did the equivalent of sticking a nine millimeter in their mouth and pulling the trigger by not stepping forward, backstopping the MF Global client accounts and at the very least, the Merc should have allowed the MF Global customers to liquidate their accounts and then transfer to other firms. What the Merc did was the worst possible thing - they froze those people out of their accounts and didn't allow them to liquidate while the markets continued to trade."

"This has never happened before. This was a complete breach of fiduciary duty by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange itself to the point that it literally has destroyed the entire paradigm. I got to the point where I could no longer tell my clients that their free cash customer funds, not even exposed to the market place - just their cash sitting in their account, non-margined - was not safe. I couldn't tell them that their money was safe. At that point it was morally incumbent upon me to get my client out of this completely dysfunctional, basically destroyed marketplace."

"It doesn't matter what crime you commit. In the case of Jon Corzine, this man has stolen in excess of a billion dollars. I think by the time it is all panned out it is going to be closer to $3 billion of customer funds that he stole. Why did he do it? Is he stupid? Well, of course he's not stupid. This is a former head of Goldman Sachs. This man doesn't have a low IQ per se. Why in the world would a man wake up in the morning one day and say you know what, I think I am going to steal all the customer seg funds in this FCM that I'm running, which is the biggest FCM in the country. Yeah, that sounds like a good plan."


... there was a science fiction novel some years back entitled "The Sheep Look Up" by John Brunner.

From Wikipedia:

By the end of the book rioting and civil unrest in the United States, due to a combination of poor health, poor sanitation, lack of food, lack of services, ineffectiveness of services (medical, policing), disillusionment with government/companies, oppressive government, civil unrest, high incidence of birth defects (pollution-induced), and other factors results in a country wide state of riot and civil unrest; all services (military, government, private, infrastructure) break down.

Dystopia in SciFi novels. Interesting place to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there ...

Uncle Nasty

PS: Whenever the Global Meltdown© is mentioned, there is always a former, current or future MD, CEO, Chairman, gofer, stamplicker, whatever of -- wait for it -- GOLDMAN SACHS involved. Is it only me who makes the hebrew connection, here?

Cure the World by, and I quote: "Nuke the site from orbit ... it's the only way to be sure."

Our Irish friends nod their heads in agreement:-

"To be sure. To be sure ..."

Couldn't resist, sorry.

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rambaloosa said...

UN - I always wondered what it must be like to be a non-Jew in GS? Corzine, Paulson, Sutherland, many more. Is there something of the token black on the board about it, or do these guys have real power??

Anonymous said...

It is amazing what you stumble across, when you're looking.
Even more so when you're not really looking ...

Check this out if you are interested in things financial.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamcurtis/2011/12/the_bitch_the_stud_and_the_pra.html

Not so much the posted article but the drift into economics and capitalism by about comment #13. Some very interesting points are made, and I would like some comment from our financial fundi's if possible.

Where is Reg, these days?
Hopefully making money.

Cheers,
UN
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Anonymous said...

UN - whatever about the economics on that blog, I like the Calamari Wrestler. Jesus those Japs are nuts!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

UN - whatever about the economics on that blog, I like the Calamari Wrestler. Jesus those Japs are nuts!

I agree entirely, but I find something strangely endearing in Japanese nuttiness.
It is almost as if -- as a nation -- they are aware that life is short and not to be taken too seriously.

Speaking of which, you will have noticed, I am sure that when the western MSM mention Japan these days -- if at all -- it is as if they hate Japan for the devastation wreaked by the tsunami.

Japan had a tsunami and those little yellow bastards have the cheek ... no, the sheer gall, to let their radioactive debris wash up on the west coast of the US.

Who the hell do they think they are?

The MSM and the liberals hate japan with a passion. Why?

Because those treacherous little yellow bastards have had the effrontery to rebuild their own damn country from nothing ... and not one of them has asked for an ounce of assistance, or food aid or relief packages or ANYTHING!!!

HOW DARE THEY???

Why can't they behave like self-respecting niggers? What is wrong with these people??

Indeed ... what?

UN

PS: a few quotes from March 16, 2011.

“We are struggling desperately to recover,” Yoshihiro Murai, Miyagi’s governor, said in an e-mail. “I am afraid it will take a few years to revive,” he said, after earlier saying the disaster was “far bigger than we prepared for.”

Don't you just love that?

The heebs have plundered the western world and everyone throws in the towel.

Japan is devastated and the BOJ head says:

“I am afraid it will take a few years to revive,”

Prime Minister Naoto Kan said:

“This was a very tragic disaster for the entire nation, but there’s a way to get this reconstruction effort right,” said Akio Makabe, an economics professor at Shinshu University in western Japan. “All these roads and train tracks and facilities are going to be brand new.”

Sorry, folks. you just have to admire that attitude. It sure beats niggers wallowing in shit and self-pity.

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