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Plea to the Awake, Aware and Outraged

by Cathy Garger
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A heartfelt plea for each and every American citizen to take action. With 2 political parties so corrupt, voting is not going to save us. So now what? Doing nothing is *not* an option.

Plea to the Awake, Aware and Outraged

If you are awake, aware, and more than outraged, I've got to ask. Has this been a week from Hades or what? Certainly Hugo Chavez - and the rest of the world would agree. Oh, perhaps Tony in the UK would be an exception, as he’s the fellow who seems to find little fault with the US (and some say even holds the American Devil’s uh, pitchfork). Rumor even has it that since taking office, the American Devil-Monster has spread his putrid stench wherever Air Force One happens to land.

Or perhaps we’re confusing the aroma of sulphur with something else? Maybe it’s just me, but lately it seems that those who work inside the District have been overdosing on laxatives and relieving themselves all over America. With the world as America’s porcelain commode, is it any wonder that every awake and aware person I know is either pissed off , depressed, or both by the conclusive Sell Out of the American republic?

Ever since 9/11, those in power have done their best to flush this country down the toilet, beginning on 9/11 when American Devil forces wrecked their havoc upon Ground Zero, the Pentagon, and up in the sky over Shanksville. Before too much longer, there was Afghanistan, Iraq, and New Orleans to defile. Apparently not content to muck up only our own little corner of the world, the Middle East took some major hits with the US nuclear “shock and awe” campaign with radiation detected thousands of miles away in the UK.

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today's history lesson

today was another milestone in u.s. fascism

may want to refresh your historical memory

Hitler's Enabling Act

"The government will make use of these powers only insofar as they are essential for carrying out vitally necessary measures…The number of cases in which an internal necessity exists for having recourse to such a law is in itself a limited one."

some links

re the hopkin's study recently published in the lancet, here's some iraqi opinions

riverbend: The Lancet Study…
We literally do not know a single Iraqi family that has not seen the violent death of a first or second-degree relative these last three years. Abductions, militias, sectarian violence, revenge killings, assassinations, car-bombs, suicide bombers, American military strikes, Iraqi military raids, death squads, extremists, armed robberies, executions, detentions, secret prisons, torture, mysterious weapons – with so many different ways to die, is the number so far fetched?

There are Iraqi women who have not shed their black mourning robes since 2003 because each time the end of the proper mourning period comes around, some other relative dies and the countdown begins once again.

Iraqi Bloggers Discuss Lancet Study, Iraq The Model

some links on the destruction of the munitions dump @ falcon

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An inglorious peace is better than a dishonorable war.
-- Mark Twain
Source: "Glances at History" (suppressed)

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