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by Knuckles the CLown » Mon Jul 14, 2008 7:15 pm

danzaland wrote:Voting is not useless. Yeah the top position we really have no effect upon, but at the local level is where it is at. This is what the Forefathers saw and told us to do. There was a time where the Federal Gov't answered to the State.

As far as the presidency is concerned BUSH AND KERRY ARE THE SAME THING. We will still have a draft next year, the patriot act will still exist. The steps we have been taking toward a Police State will not be changed.

For Christ sake we may not even make it to the election with out some sort of problem. I expect Bin Laden to be rolled out to make Bush look good. That is if the next article doesn't happen.....



From Prisonplanet.tv
Sorting out the Mixed Signals about Terror and the Election

Ben Aiken | July 22 2004

The coming months are the most dangerous and unpredictable time the country has faced since 9/11. During this brief window of time, the New World Order will make crucial decisions about how to proceed, and then carry out their plan. They have several options that are publicly in play, and likely a few that are not. Unfortunately, another terrorist attack, larger than 9/11, likely involving chemical or biological weapons or a “dirty bomb”, appears imminent. The wrinkle, though, is the Presidential Election on November 2nd.

A terrorist attack before the Election would be intended to keep Bush in office for another 4 years. The Bush staff has done focus groups that show the backlash seen in Spain would not happen here. They calculate that the sheep will once again rally to their commander-and-chief and question nothing just as they have before. It wasn’t much of a surprise when the White House told US News and World Report that their “working premise” was that there “will” be an attack before the election. That’s a nice working premise for a campaign staff: that the candidate will have a 90% approval rating heading into the final days.

So it was kind of odd when Tom Ridge held a press conference and announced that in addition to wanting to kill thousands of us, the terrorists also want to disrupt our democratic process. Why would the terrorists want to cancel the election if they were poised to win it? Not to mention that the “voting” will be done on Diebold touch-screen paperless voting machines that are designed for fraud. It’s curious that the Bush Syndicate would be nervous about such a rigged event, but it would seem from Ridge’s press conference that they are. Maybe it’s because the fix is in, but not for them.

Many in the media made the connection between the naming of John Edwards as Vice President and the Ridge announcement, seeing it as the Bush political team trying to clamp down on Kerry’s bump in the polls. The two do seem to be connected when you consider that Edwards was given the seal of approval from the Bilderberg Group shortly before his being picked, according to the New York Times. In addition to spending time vetting John Edwards and skewering Howard Dean in the media, the Bilderberg founders have pumped millions into Kerry’s campaign, much of it through George Soros, whose rumored connections to the House of Rothschild have shadowed his near psychic moves in the currency market. Kerry’s being a member of Skull and Bones and more closely related to European royalty than Bush make him a prime candidate to be anointed by the elite. He would be free of the baggage Bush has accrued by implementing so much of the agenda so fast. And a clean slate might be necessary to implement the next steps, like activating the military inside the country. Kerry might also have an easier time passing into law the remainder of the total control grid, which must be in place before the credit bubble bursts and the elite are forced to move forward with the implosion of the economy. In fact, one of Kerry’s main campaign platforms is the creation of a new domestic intelligence agency with mammoth funding and power.
If Kerry is chosen, then the terrorist attack will likely occur shortly into his presidency. If a foreign enemy is chosen, he could launch a new war. But the possibility shouldn’t be excluded that, like Clinton, he may choose a domestic enemy like the “anti-government”, the “far-right”, or maybe even the “conspiracy theorist”. Kerry has been groomed his entire life by the elite to possibly be President, and he is clearly ready to go along with whatever the plan may be.

The Bush Syndicate would like the attack to happen before the election, so they can stay in the White House a little while longer. But the Bilderberg group is above the Bushes and the Military-Industrial Complex in the power command structure which runs the world, and it appears they might have chosen Kerry. However, who controls the machinery of terrorism? Clearly, it is the Bushes and their sponsors in the Defense Industry and within the military and CIA. Would they stand down until after the election if the elite ordered them to? The Bushes have always been loyal servants of the New World Order going back decades, but would they stand by while they were discarded for the second time? It’s hard to imagine that they would go against the wishes of the Bilderberg group, and yet publicly now they are floating a trial balloon about canceling the election. Several news reports have claimed Bush is going nuts, throwing furniture, cursing people, and saying he is doing God’s will, all of which is certainly believable. It’s reminiscent of Nixon’s final months before he was forced to resign when he was binge drinking and threatening to nuke Congress. There is a possibility Bush has already been cut loose, and knows it. This would make the Bush Syndicate very dangerous and unpredictable. These guys don’t like to give up the big chair, and they aren’t very risk-averse. Could they make a bold move and force the elite’s hand? Only time will tell, but whatever these criminals end up doing, it won’t be good.
Did you mean THIS election for all that stuff that never happend?

by Ice Cream Jonsey » Sun Mar 20, 2005 1:46 am

For what it's worth, this thread was linked to right here.

http://www.college15.college630.info/Re ... llege.html

Well played, Knuckles. Well played.

by Worm » Sat Oct 09, 2004 4:18 pm

k. roo wrote:
Worm wrote:I'm sure you're [...] just a fucking bore.
Speak for yourself. Danzaland is one of the few regulars around here who reliably provides entertainment. Well, entertainment that I can appreciate at any rate.

Weiter so!
I don't know if you genuinely misread me or if you're making a joke about using the ellipsis to make me say something else. Just saying that two rich white kids went to the same rich white kid school and joined the same rich white kid secret club as some proof that they are cut from the same exact fucking cloth and then throwing in some article about one of their grandparents doing something just doesn't cut the mustard. The rest of what I wrote is just me not wanting another "Listen to this radio show that may or may not be a very good one and probably will start out boring at an inaccessible time" response.

by k. roo » Sat Oct 09, 2004 3:25 pm

Worm wrote:I'm sure you're [...] just a fucking bore.
Speak for yourself. Danzaland is one of the few regulars around here who reliably provides entertainment. Well, entertainment that I can appreciate at any rate.

Weiter so!

by Worm » Sat Oct 09, 2004 1:45 pm

danzaland wrote:They are the same thing.
Schooled at Yale
Both are Skull and Bones members

You get this high in politics youare part of the controled system

The Patriot Act will not go away if Kerry wins
The Draft will still happen if Kerry wins
We will not exit Iraq, Afganistan or any other country we are in militarily

How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power
http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,1 ... 40,00.html
Yeah, and they're both WHITE! RHALHURFWQA HR(@Q!$(*QYW(*RI@H(HSWQ(*R%@&!Y)!$*@(#

I'm sure you're a good person in the real world and stuff, but on the net you regularly come off as a tenth tier douche bag with a black belt in boring bullshit-ido. Don't tell me to listen to a random radio show on the net either! If you have some piognant article or recording that I can digest at my own convience I'll listen, but the truth is that you don't and your regular conspiracy junk (and it will remain that until you can actually say this book/recording/article/ect. will change your view) combined with some unrelated link that inspires to hate Bush on the basis that evil is genetic or something is just a fucking bore.

by danzaland » Fri Oct 08, 2004 9:55 am

They are the same thing.
Schooled at Yale
Both are Skull and Bones members

You get this high in politics youare part of the controled system

The Patriot Act will not go away if Kerry wins
The Draft will still happen if Kerry wins
We will not exit Iraq, Afganistan or any other country we are in militarily

How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power
http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,1 ... 40,00.html

by mysterynmayhem » Fri Oct 08, 2004 9:41 am

:smile: im going with bush on this one.....kerry is a lunatic. that's all i have to say!

by Knuckles the CLown » Mon Aug 23, 2004 1:38 am

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That being said, I'll be stepping into the voting booth this November and pulling every Democratic lever put in front of me. Oh, and I had my kid with my WIFE, long after we were married. Guess I'm not a very good liberal, having a normal family and all. :smile:
I weep for the future.

by Worm » Mon Aug 09, 2004 9:17 am

OH SHIT, HE BROUGHT DA DISHES.

by dishbringer » Mon Aug 09, 2004 8:06 am

Ultimate Politics Survivor!!

hard-headed self-righteous conservative moralizing

vs.

soft-headed self-righteous liberal whining

FIGHT!!!

by Casual Observer » Mon Aug 09, 2004 7:50 am

chris wrote:Folks here might like to know that our friend Nessman, the Republican standard bearer for "family values" and all that crap that the Republicans like to PRETEND to support, is the father of a child.

Who he had out of wedlock.

With a chick on a one-night stand.
This is fairly typical of the hypocritical right-wingers. A few recent examples include Jerry Ryan (sex scandal), Newt Gingrich left his wife while she was in the hospital for a younger woman, and let's not forget Rush Limbaugh who said that drug dealers should be shot on the spot (worm?) while using his hispanic maid to procure illegal vicoden for him.

by Casual Observer » Mon Aug 09, 2004 7:49 am

nessman wrote:Partisianship aside, most Democrats are pot-smoking liberal crackpots who support the welfare state, gay marriage, single parenthood, radical feminism and anything else that has to do with the destruction of the American family unit, morals and standards that we have enjoyed up until the mid 1960's when JFK got his head blown off and LBJ decided to throw the country into turmoil by getting us heavily involved in Vietnam. Yes - the Democrats killed my father, so fuck them. I'll vote 3rd party before I give a single vote to the Democrats.


Wow, what a fucking dittohead idiot you are:
nessman wrote:Partisianship aside,
This IS the partisan crap that you would get right out of the mouth of that fat hypocrite Rush Limbaugh or that brainless blonde bimbo Ann Coulter. Way to think originally.
nessman wrote:most Democrats are pot-smoking liberal crackpots
Wow, almost 50% of the people in the country are pot-smoking crackpots? Got numbers or proof to back this lovely statement up with?
nessman wrote:welfare state, gay marriage, single parenthood, radical feminism and anything else that has to do with the destruction of the American family unit,
Welfare state: Bill Clinton signed major overhaul of that.
nessman wrote:Gay Marriage
the vast majority of the country (over 60%) supports at least civil unions for people who are born homosexual (only braindead idiots like yourself think it's a choice)
nessman wrote:"Radical" feminism
I'm sure the women on this board are glad to know that you *DON't* support their right to equal rights and advancement opportunities. Besides, the current republicunt administration has done more than any democratic white house ever to put women in harms way in combat.
nessman wrote:Destruction of family unit
you mean the kind of destruction that happens when a father, brother, son, or god-forbid daughter or mother die in Iraq which is being fought under FALSE PRETENSES? Didn't think that was what you meant.
nessman wrote:morals and standards that we have enjoyed up until the mid 1960's
By this I guess you mean the morals of slavery and standards of racial degredation that we white people enjoyed. Sorry that things had to change and now you have to see black people starting to enjoy the same liberty as everyone else.
nessman wrote:when JFK got his head blown off and LBJ decided to throw the country into turmoil by getting us heavily involved in Vietnam. Yes - the Democrats killed my father, so fuck them. I'll vote 3rd party before I give a single vote to the Democrats.
Good for you, support the administration which is doing the EXACT SAME THING RIGHT NOW AS WE SPEAK. I guess it's ok as long as it's not your father or brother or sister that is dying every fucking day over there.

by nessman » Mon Aug 09, 2004 5:35 am

:shock:

by chris » Mon Aug 09, 2004 4:27 am

Folks here might like to know that our friend Nessman, the Republican standard bearer for "family values" and all that crap that the Republicans like to PRETEND to support, is the father of a child.

Who he had out of wedlock.

With a chick on a one-night stand.

I'll give him props for stepping up to the plate and helping to take care of the kid (he didn't find out about the kid until 6 months after he was born), but ya need to take anything he says politically with a grain of salt.

That being said, I'll be stepping into the voting booth this November and pulling every Democratic lever put in front of me. Oh, and I had my kid with my WIFE, long after we were married. Guess I'm not a very good liberal, having a normal family and all. :smile:

by Debaser » Sun Aug 08, 2004 10:55 pm

nessman wrote:how excited I get when pulling the Republican levers
So many gay jokes, so little bandwidth...

by nessman » Sun Aug 08, 2004 10:23 pm

:shock:

by Vitriola » Sun Aug 08, 2004 10:18 pm

Most judicious of you.

by nessman » Sun Aug 08, 2004 10:12 pm

:shock:

by Ice Cream Jonsey » Sun Aug 01, 2004 6:19 pm

danzaland wrote:Sorry I don't spend every waking minute on this board, so I can't comment exactly when you want me to.
...Hey! Was that a shot?
As far as the Kerry Bush Theater goes, I really don't care. Again because the system at that level is controlled and anything the elite want put into place will be put into place whether or not Bush or Kerry holds the office.
I really feel good about Kerry, now, though after seeing his special on A&E. Or maybe the History Channel. I can't remember.

I know it wasn't on Faux News though.

by danzaland » Sat Jul 31, 2004 11:25 am

Bugs2lazy wrote:No fucking reaction to Thursday night's speech?! What's up with that?
Sorry I don't spend every waking minute on this board, so I can't comment exactly when you want me to.


As far as the Kerry Bush Theater goes, I really don't care. Again because the system at that level is controlled and anything the elite want put into place will be put into place whether or not Bush or Kerry holds the office.

I get scared at Kerry's mention of
John F. Kerry wrote: We will double our Special Forces to conduct terrorist operations, anti-terrorist operations, and we will provide our troops with the newest weapons and technology to save their lives and win the battle. And we will end the backdoor draft of the National Guard and reservists.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/international ... 17,00.html

Mis-speak or freudian slip?

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