Monday, February 15, 2010

No Mr. Biden, Dick Cheney is not a fine fellow



And neither are you Joe ...











Both Biden and Cheney are creepy war mongering liars whose degenerate pubic displays in the media are continuing signs of the decline of America sinking further and further into a criminal state.


Cheney's words on torture yesterday are clear reminders that he and many others from the Bush syndicate should be indicted for crimes against humanity. I'd say he misses those regular torture tape viewings from gitmo and elsewhere.

Backers of the Cheney endorsement on torture are still beating the drums for more ... if necessary.
"Let's take your hypothesis a bit further. We have captured a terrorist, but he is a hardened character. We cannot be certain that he will crack in time. We have also captured his wife and children".

Torture the wife and children.
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What should be happening here is taking place in Spain today.
On Monday February 15 in Madrid, Judge Baltasar Garzon will convene an investigation of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity allegedly committed by U.S. government officials and others during the Bush administration.

The first witness called to testify will reportedly be American international human rights lawyer Dr. William F. Pepper. Dr. Pepper, who convened the International Human Rights Seminar at Oxford University, stated that he was, “asked by the Court to file an Opinion and testify as an expert on the issue of jurisdiction of the Spanish Court with respect to the various crimes being alleged.” He may also testify as to his opinion on the validity, or invalidity, of the most likely defenses to be offered by defendants should criminal charges result, namely ‘Sovereign Immunity’ and ‘Superior Orders’ (more commonly known as ‘The Nuremberg Defense’).

In his Opinion submitted to the Court last spring, Pepper concluded:

“… from the U.S. government’s own documents and the public statements of its leaders, that there is prima facie evidence of the following crimes:

    • Torture and the Conspiracy to Commit Torture
    • War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity
    • Waging Aggressive War
    • Illegal (Arbitrary) Detention
[He] places varying degrees of responsibility on particular government officials including George W. Bush and Richard Cheney and dismisses as inapplicable to serious international crimes the relevant defenses available to them and their subordinates including the government lawyers who [he argues] have a special professional responsibility.”

He further concluded that the Spanish Court, “is fully able and obligated …under international law and Universal Jurisdiction” to prosecute if the evidence indicates that prosecutions are legally justified.
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Cheney never misses an opportunity to hype the CIA/Mossad Al Qaida creation. On ABC he says:
... the situation with respect to Al Qaida to say that, you know, that was a big attack we had on 9/11, but it's not likely again, I just think that's dead wrong. I think the biggest strategic threat the United States faces today is the possibility of another 9/11 with a nuclear weapon or a biological agent of some kind, and I think Al Qaida is out there even as we meet trying to figure out how to do that.
Being out of office, Cheney would have a hard time being an integral part of another false flag as he was on 9/11. I really think he misses that. Biden is a sociopath but not quite the psychopath that Cheney is so it's doubtful he would play much of a role in an attack on the U.S. He would be a big part of the cover up if it happened.

Cheney's world view may play in Peoria but in other places there is much doubt on exactly what happened on 9/11 as evidenced by the growing foreign media acceptance of questioning the official story.

From Elizabeth Woodworth at Global Research:
The Media Response to the Growing Influence of the 9/11 Truth Movement.

In the past year, in response to emerging independent science on the 9/11 attacks, nine corporate, seven public, and two independent media outlets aired analytic programs investigating the official account.

Increasingly, the issue is treated as a scientific controversy worthy of debate, rather than as a "conspiracy theory" ignoring science and common sense.

This essay presents these media analyses in the form of 18 case studies.

Eight countries – Britain, Canada, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Russia – have allowed their publicly-owned broadcasting stations to air the full spectrum of evidence challenging the truth of the official account of 9/11.

This more open approach taken in the international media – I could also have included the Japanese media – might be a sign that worldwide public and corporate media organizations are positioning themselves, and preparing their audiences, for a possible revelation of the truth of the claim that forces within the US government were complicit in the attacks – a revelation that would call into question the publicly given rationale for the military operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.

The evidence now being explored in the international media may pave the way for the US media to take an in-depth look at the implications of what is now known about 9/11, and to re-examine the country's foreign and domestic policies in the light of this knowledge. {more}
Cheney undoubtedly thinks he is beyond prosecution. Many a criminal also live in this delusion. Obama, Biden and Hillary Clinton included.

Dennis Kucinich summed it all up for both the current and past administrations:
“We have a 'gangsta' presidency and a Congress that isn’t any better.”

19 comments:

  1. I can see the US from here in Victoria. Gawd I wish I was an artillery commander. Looks like its up to we Canadians to LIBERATE you folks..my deepest sympathy for all suffering the effects of the deranged Ziomonsters and their Ziodemonic Ziodrivel.

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  2. Bad news
    The three dudes I work with adore Joe Biden...
    Don't count on any Liberation from Canadians anytime soon.

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  3. Victoria is a long way from here. You must have good eyes.

    Yeah, too bad you can't help out right now. We need it.

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  4. Yup the Olympic pinensula is visible across Yuan de Fuca strait.
    Good news
    A voice or reason has emerged from US congress;
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/congressman-says-us-should-break-gaza-blockade-1899787.html

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  5. But Baird is retiring. Too much AIPAC and other pressures. He caved in to many of Obama and Pelosi's policies and caught a lot of flack from constituents so he may have thought he was going to lose this year. Or maybe he does have some integrity left and is fed up with the system.

    He did make wikipedia with this statement in 09. One of the few to question the Israel attack on Gaza.

    “The amount of physical destruction and the depth of human suffering here is staggering” said Baird, “Entire neighborhoods have been destroyed, schools completely leveled, fundamental water, sewer, and electricity facilities hit and relief agencies heavily damaged. The personal stories of children being killed in their homes or schools, entire families wiped out, and relief workers prevented from evacuating the wounded are heart wrenching – what went on here, and what is continuing to go on, is shocking and troubling beyond words.”

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  6. Sorry, I was thinking Victoria Island way up north, not Victoria BC. You really can see us.

    The only places I've ever been to in Canada have been in Ontario and I'm not that familiar with the rest of the country. The closest I've been to where you are is Seattle.

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  7. acknowledged kenny, thanks for that/
    Sounds of sirens winding down.
    Time to charge the batteries.

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  8. Eeeeew Ontario
    I was born there. Nice place
    to get away from....
    Sigggh its no better here in B.C. ever since the Femmicommunists took over. I am unhappy being babysat my every move at age 50 plus.
    Imagine constipated crybaby sounds coming from adults...
    "they're smoking'
    "you can't park there"
    I look up from my coffee cup and...
    "That guy...he's staring at me"
    OMG HOW DID THE "WEST" EVER EMERGE VICTORIOUS IN WW2???
    From the 'battling bastards of Bataan' to the 'crybaby wimps of Cascadia'

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  9. Here is a nice clip of some hikers on Mt Albert Edward, central Vancouver island. I used to head up to that territory in my plane just to circle around and smoke cigarettes in private. Hiking,,, ptoooey.
    Awesome scenery back in those hinterlands.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QJWn-yTnnk&feature=player_embedded

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  10. There's nothing better than mountains and water. I can see why, even despite some current social intrusions, you would live there rather than the flatlands of Ontario.

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  11. Omg how did the "West" ever emerge victorious in WW2?
    several answers possible:
    -no, Bolshevism took half-- (only the A-bombs saved the West?)
    -not for long, even the Us and Canada are a zionist colony or a dictatorship of finance, if you prefer, as now globalizers plan straight into the swamp (Dirk Bavendamm: "WW2 was the breakthrough-battle for globalization" in "Roosevelt's war"(book not in Engl.? )) globalization was never meant for "We-the people", we Germans can say that anyway.
    Oh, no the ADL and many others on Google call Bavendam "an openly revisionist" and Hitler-apologist")
    --foofritz

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  12. What I didn't like of Ontario was the air quality. Other than that no serious beefs. The frontier spirit of B.C. in the 70's can never be forgotten. I've mentioned before the Vietnam Vet I chummed with from Logging camp to camp. That is what I miss the most. When I moved here 1974 my little town had 3,000 people. Jobs aplenty.. Now 50,000,,,Non smoking anal retentive Stasi Peacocks .....eghads

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  13. Nice post foof; I lived in Lahr for several years when my dad was airforce. Loved Germany. 71-74 It seemed so mellow then. I miss the beer. Regal was my favorite. Regler bier. Und hash aplenty...mit Opium I might add. Never turned me into no addict. The west ziogentry have done a marvelous job of ruining what was a miraculous chance for global enlightenment. Gawd I wish I could go back in time,.

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  14. looked at the map, Lahr must be roughly between Freiburg and Strassburg, eastside on the Rhein-valley, probably good place &climate there..
    around 1972 myself left for India, but it wasn't the real orient anymore, seems always too late, how years passed and times changed. Yes India by now must be much more overpopulated, one thing that's not zios machination, I guess. But also with what I know today, also wish to be back in time, really.. people I knew and who have left for another world. Not us/ me at least, but those I knew, the elder, were more real than today illusionary fun generation. Things changed everywhere, the rule of business, mammon, zionists dictate & media- though it isn't stable progressing anymore, the consumers paradise. And most of all thing we were after, sort of hippie-things,has only turned into a commercial fraud, except internet perhaps..
    regards- foofritz

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  15. Awesome.. . Freedom from want is where its at. Very hard to do. Gracious blessings net peers.
    Yes Lahr to the south near Basel Switzerland. Schwarzwald. Bavaria? Very nice. I chuckled at the long-haired cops in their green VW bugs with the neeener siren...just recalled I was there during the oil embargo when driving was banned on Sundays .Was weird to see no cars from an overpass on the autobahn. Interesting times.

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  16. Hey Anonymous on top! I live in Victoria but I must be blind, from my elevated apartment hanging over the water I can only see to Port Angeles. I used to think oh poor poor Americans, we Canadians are so lucky to not have warmongering in the government blood. Baby, rethink that.

    Our country was named by Avignor Lieberman, "Israel's best friend in the West" recently. I hung my head in shame.

    The Tanenbaums of Toronto paid millions to have 3 Palestinian villages permanently emptied so that "Canada Park" a playland for the Israelis, could exist. Then last year they brought in an important display of the Dead Sea Scrolls to the R.O.M. and neglected to mention they were stolen from the Palestinian museum and discovered also by these people.

    Canada has committed many war crimes. And now we have Harper who is completely owned by the Chabad Lubavitch. I have sooooo many photos of him, and our previous not so squeaky clean PMs surrounded by them too. Taking orders from them.

    Have you read the National Howl and Wail lately? (Globe and Mail). It is a cheer leader for Israel. A greater pack of lies I have not seen in quite some time and the hoi polloi buys it.

    So honey, we have nothing to brag about. Americans are beginning to wake up. Canadians are still all tangled up in hockey nets with a puck jammed down their throats.

    Oh and Harper is busy putting us into debt with the bankers while he tells us how well the country is doing. He is now into the fight- their- battles-pay-them-for-munitions crowd of turncoat leaders obeying their Rothschild Masters.

    I am 11th generation Canadian and want the country my family helped create and that I grew up in BACK. I love it dearly, but not the direction it is taking.

    Meanwhile, I have the view. The Olympic mountains and the Pacific. In these ways, we are blessed. Oh another thing about the West that is problematic in Ontario, the bugggggggs. None here by the ocean!

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  17. the people always were promised after WW1, WW2, Vietnam, now to reach an humane age, at least a reasonable politics, but since Gulf-war one I lost faith in that, and it has all turned to the worse step by step, but rapidly. In our country politicians don't have an idea anymore where it should go. They're in service of the known plutocrats obviously, (e.g. regarding the huge debts) shortening social wellfare, jobs.. it looks like it goes into a time not so fine..
    foofritz

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  18. Keep up the fight you guys. Even in the trenches there was hope. And a shared cigarette kept that dogged grip on hope alive.

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  19. No one with half a brain believes 911 was not an inside coordinated job USA-Israel-Britain "intelligence" agencies. The 5 was it dancing Israeli Mossad agents all filming before the hit should have been enough to tell the world who was doing what - - but they were cut loose by Cherthoff and Mukaskey, a farce, bomb residue in their van no less "See, it's the Palestinians now you know how we feel" one erstwhile Mossad cinematographer basically told the police arresting him. All let go.
    Farcicle, all for a "greater Rothschild Israel" - - the lowest rung in hell waits for all in that family a curse on humanity for generations. The USA is gone, no hope, tea bag - - good name for it if you get my drift LOL . . . USA, as a former vet, a pathetic country of obese morons, and that is generous. . . .

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