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Neocon Attack on Ron Paul: Greasing the Skids for Implementation of H.R. 1955?

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    Neocon Attack on Ron Paul: Greasing the Skids for Implementation of H.R. 1955?

    [​IMG]It has all the hallmarks of a concerted effort—the corporate media, in particular Glenn Beck and Bill O’Reilly, are attacking Ron Paul and the 9/11 truth movement at the very moment H.R. 1955, entitled the “Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007″ (although more accurately entitled the Thought Crime Bill) inches its way toward the Senate, having passed the House of Representatives, that is to say the house of corporate and neocon whores in the District of Criminals. As if to send a strident message they mean business, a Ministry of Homeland Security subcommittee on “terrorism risk assessment” went out of its way on November 6 to conflate so-called jihad terrorism—you know, terrorism engineered by the CIA—with 9/11 truth.

    “Under the guise of a bill that calls for the study of ‘homegrown terrorism,’ Congress is apparently trying to broaden the definition of terrorism to encompass both First Amendment political activity and traditional forms of protest such as nonviolent civil disobedience, according to civil liberties advocates, scholars and historians,” writes Jessica Lee. “Many observers fear that the proposed law will be used against U.S.-based groups engaged in legal but unpopular political activism, ranging from political Islamists to animal-rights and environmental campaigners to radical right-wing organizations. There is concern, too, that the bill will undermine academic integrity and is the latest salvo in a decade-long government grab for power at the expense of civil liberties.”

    Of course, “political Islamists,” at least here in America, are too intimidated—thanks to the Palmeresque round-up and sadistic abuse of Muslims in the wake of September 11, 2001—to be of serious concern to the neocon-hijacked government. Many of the “animal-rights and environmental campaigners” fall into the category of the big foundation controlled opposition and do not sincerely pose a threat to the neocon “clash of civilizations” agenda abroad and the orchestrated attack against the Bill of Rights at home.



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    http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/110/bills/h_r_1955/


    This is big news, definitely an attempt to prevent speculation that is potentially harmful to government.

    If you guys think the government is your best friend, read some more books about the NSA and events over the past 50 years. The government has no problem lying straight to your face, or even planning to 'sacrifice' some Americans for the perceived greater good.
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    Anybody -- especially any American -- who does not believe that America is still targeted for destruction by evil forces is simply sleeping. America is under attack, has been under attack, since the day America became the *the* leading nation of the world. From the days of Kaiser Wilhelm and the Ottoman Caliphate, to Hitler, fascist Italy and the militarists of Japan, to the Soviets, China, and the world-wide communist movement, and now to militant Islam and its willing allies -- America has been targeted for destruction.

    *How* to deal with this life-or-death situation may be debated, but the fact that it exists cannot be doubted.


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    sure it can... wanna do it?

    first, show me where it's written and accepted by the masses that (specifically, not vaguely or inferred) the Kaiser, or the Ottomans, or Italy, China attacked or planned to attack American sovereignty ... we can go from there...
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    I think it goes back to the British. They never wanted us to be a country in the first place.

    Hell, it probably goes back to the Indians who wanted to keep the whites out of here.
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    *bump*

    well, we got our obligatory response from the incoherant, the paranoid, and the condescending... but no real substance from anyone in support of this diabolical legislation...

    i ask: IS this democracy? ... what does it tell you when our elected officials in the House vote in favor of this Orwellian bill at a 403-6 tally? is the Senate likely to be that different? this will be a law soon, and no one is talking about it... no one seems able to break away from Ugly Betty and QVC long enough to care...

    or is this merely one of those situations where Bush Leaguers tell us, "well, if you don't do, type or say anything 'wrong', you have nothing to worry about"...?
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