Thursday, June 3, 2010

Designated Dissenters and Traitors

4 shots to the head and 19 year old U.S. citizen Furkan Dogan becomes another footnote in the history of the psychotic actions of Israel and the U.S.

The zionist media is making sure we know he has been  living in Turkey since he was 2 and is a dual citizen to lessen the idea that he was a 'real American.'

We all know that there is only one kind of dual citizen that matters.

I often talk about our two allowable 'designated dissenters' in the House, Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich, who sometimes manage to get an opposing viewpoint into congressional debate and the media but who never go far enough and we accept their limitations as 'the best we've got.'

Kucinich (D-OH) is today beginning to circulate to colleagues the following letter concerning the commando raid by Israel upon a Turkish ship in international waters:
Dear Mr. President,

Israeli commandos, acting at the direction of the State of Israel, attacked and seized a Turkish ship in international waters, in the Mediterranean Sea.

At least nine were killed in the incident aboard the Mavi Marmara. Hundreds of civilians were taken into custody and goods were confiscated. Since the United States considers Israel our most important ally in the region, whose survival is a of primary concern, it is incumbent upon the Commander in Chief to call Israel to an accounting for its conduct in planning and executing the deadly military attack in international waters upon a peaceful flotilla carrying citizens from over 50 countries.

The State of Israel's conduct, attacking a Turkish ship in international waters, constitutes an act of belligerence against Turkey, which at one time Israel considered an important ally. It also undermines United States’ troops efforts in Iraq, since your administration's efforts to achieve stability in the region and to withdraw troops from Iraq has depended upon Turkey's cooperation through use of its air bases.

In its violent commando raid on the Mavi Marmara, the government of Israel showed no concern as to how its conduct may affect the lives of defenseless, innocent people, its friends and allies, and in particular the United States. The United States must remind Israel as well as all of our other friends and allies:

It is not acceptable to repeatedly violate international law.

It is not acceptable to shoot and kill innocent civilians.

It is not acceptable to commit an act of aggression against another U.S. ally.

It is not acceptable to continue a blockade which denies humanitarian relief.

It is not acceptable to heighten tensions in a region while the United States continues to put so much blood and treasure on the line.

The State of Israel's action necessitates that the United States, which is Israel's partner in the region, begin to redefine its relationship and to establish such boundaries and conditions which are sufficient for mutual respect and cooperation.

It is incumbent upon Israeli officials to bring forth the truth about the planning for and the attack upon the Mavi Marmara.

No one questions the right of Israel to defend its border, but that defense does not extend to shooting innocent civilians anywhere in the world, anytime it pleases.

Israel must account for our support, for the lives of our soldiers, for the investment of billions from our taxpayers. Israel owes the United States more than reckless, pre-meditated violence waged against innocent people.

The attack on the Mavi Marmara requires consequences for the Netanyahu Administration and for the State of Israel. Those consequences must be dealt by the United States. They must be diplomatic and they must be financial. The U.S. can begin by calling for an independent international inquiry of the Mavi Marmara incident. The integrity of such inquiry necessitates that it not be led by the nation whose conduct is under scrutiny. If our nation fails to act in any substantive way, the United States licenses the violence and we are complicit in it and our own citizens will be forced to pay the consequences.

We the undersigned deeply regret the loss of life. We are also fully aware of the dangers to world security which exist in the region, which is why the United States has been unstinting it its defense of Israel. We have a right to expect that Israel not add to those dangers with military conduct which all people of good will know is neither defensible nor moral. There must be consequences for such conduct. We await your response.

Not bad but that part about Israel's right to defend its border doesn't take into account that Israel refuses to define their borders as they ever seek the expansion of 'greater Israel.'

Paul goes on, of all places, the Don Imus show on Fox to give his first statements on the Israeli massacre. He could have done better.

Moving on to one of the most overt traitors  in our sordid history, John "Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, not a settlement" McCain, the designated loser in the 2008 'race' against Obama and Vietnam POW/MIA cover up front man. He will always back up Israel because he is a blackmailed degenerate puppet.
Of course McCain comes by his traitorous nature just as a nut doesn't fall far from the tree. His old man was a traitor too and an Israel firster.

In 2008 Ralph Nader reminded us about McCain's father and his role in the cover up of Israel's 1967 attack on the USS Liberty. Nader says Israel attacked the Liberty because the spy ship was intercepting Israeli communications but I think it goes deeper than that. Israel wants the US to fight its wars for them. It did in '67 and continues to today.

Arguably the worst of the worst traitors in Congress, Joe Lieberman gives a SOP response. No surprise here.
"We should be very clear about who is responsible for the unfortunate loss of life in the attempt to break the blockade in Gaza," Lieberman said. "Hamas and its allies are the responsible parties for the recent violence and the continued difficulties for the people of Gaza. Israel exercised her legitimate right of self defense."

Truth, justice and the American way.

2010 style .....


  1. Amazing. How its come to this. I blame 'Sunday Shopping'

    For those with no money,
    Hell on earth.

    Emily the girl who lost an eye,,,
    More Hell on Earth.

    We all have an agenda. Mine is to die so I can murder Pierre Trudeau over and over in the afterlife. One Canuck's musings..

  2. You won't believe this Kenny.

    There is some kind of oil leak in the North Sea now that has spread out over 300 kilometers, they are not sure yet how it happened but they are going to "fix it."

    Physics professor Michio Kaku has some bad news: oil could gush from the leaking BP deepwater well for years.

    Story continues below...

    "You would have to win the lottery to get on the first try an exact, an exact meeting at the bottom of the well in order to pump cement to shut it off," Kaku told NBC's Matt Lauer Wednesday.

    If the attempt fails, the drill will be reversed, the hole will be filled with cement and they will try again.

    "You have to do this over and over again until you get it just right," Kaku said. "It takes many tries. So August is optimistic."

    "So this could be spewing oil for months. Could it last for a year?" asked Lauer.

    "It could last for years, plural. Okay? If everything fails and all these different kinds of relief wells don't work, it could be spewing stuff into the Gulf until we have dead zones, entire dead zones in the Gulf. For years," Kaku said."

  3. Hmmm, I wonder who has those incriminating videos 'Canary' John made for the N. Vietnamese during the Vietnam War?

    Tapes so treasonous that John Boy required a presidential pardon to get his ass off the hot seat so he wouldn't be prosecuted.

    Now that's being a 'maverick!'

  4. For what it is worth, voting Nader three times now seems like a badge of honor. Called for Bush-Cheney (and others) war crimes trials last time out. Honestly, the only presidential candidate with any balls the last I don't how long. RFK I would imagine.

    Keep up the good work and keep fighting the good fight, Kenny.

    Thank you.

  5. We need to revoke Lieberman's citizenship. But where would he go? What a silly question.

  6. 5 dancing shlomosJune 7, 2010 at 11:58 AM

    is lieberman picking ticks from the head of his little doggy.