Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Harold & Kumar Went To Guantanamo Bay And Soon You May Too. Obama Ready To Sign Indefinite Detention And Possible Torture Of American Citizens

Obama has withdrawn his veto threat and is expected to imminently sign the NDAA bill.

Did Congress Just Endorse Rendition for Americans?

Did the Senate Just Commit Treason? 

This is eerily similar to the Reichstag’s authorization of extra-constitutional powers granted to Adolph Hitler.  Now I am not saying Obama is Hitler as some loopy people might insinuate.  But, the process of subverting the rule of law and granting authority to a supreme leader able to determine his own interpretation of law is common in society’s granting the whims of man authority over the written, reasoned, democratic rule of law.   The Constitution is dead courtesy of the two political parties and the corporate state’s military-industrial complex.

Constitutional attorney Glenn Greenwald video on the impending bill.

Ron Paul on the legalization of martial law in America.

A few prophetic remarks that graced this blog five years ago.  First, a few words from a few thousand years ago.

"Of the tyrant, spies and informers are the principal instruments. War is his favorite occupation for the sake of engrossing the attention of the people and making himself necessary to them as their leader"
--Aristotle, over 2000 years ago

Now a few words from Martin Niemoller, a German citizen under Nazi Germany


  • First they came for the communists,
  • and I didn’t speak up,
  • because I wasn’t a communist.
  • Then they came for the Jews,
  • and I didn’t speak up,
  • because I wasn’t a Jew.
  • Then they came for the Catholics,
  • and I didn’t speak up,
  • because I was a Protestant.
  • Then they came for me,
  • and by that time there was no one
  • left to speak for me.

Eisenhower's prophetic speech on the military-industrial complex. What did he know that compelled him to make such an unusual speech?

posted by TimingLogic at 12:47 PM

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