If we keep DBWriter and waxturd busy here on Topix they won't be a bother to others in their community. I think of it as doing a public service.<quoted text>
OMG, all of you, pls stop answering this retard
Since: Nov 09
#854271 Feb 5, 2013
#854272 Feb 5, 2013
It is no surprise that this policy was established under President Carter with help from Kissinger and Brzezinski - all with ties to David Rockefeller. The Bush family, the Harriman family - the Wall Street business partners of Bush in financing Hitler - and the Rockefeller family are the elite of the American eugenics movement. Even Prince Philip of Britain, a member of the Bilderberg Group, is in favor of depopulation:
"If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels" (Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh, leader of the World Wildlife Fund, quoted in "Are You Ready for Our New Age Future?" Insiders Report, American Policy Center, December 1995).
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has been proposing, funding and building Bio-Weapons Level 3 and Level 4 labs at many places around the U.S. even on university campuses and in densely populated urban locations. In a Bio-Weapons Level 4 facility, a single bacteria or virus is lethal. Bio-Weapons Level 4 is the highest level legally allowed in the continental U.S.
For what purpose are these labs being developed, and who will make the decisions on where bio-weapons created in these facilities will be used and on whom? More than 20 world-class microbiologists have been murdered since 2002, mostly in the U.S. and the UK. Nearly all were working on development of ethnic-specific bio-weapons (see Smart Dust, Roboflies &).
Citizens around the U.S. are frantically filing lawsuits to stop these labs on campuses and in communities where they live. Despite the opposition of residents living near UC Davis, where a Bio-Weapons Level 4 lab was planned, it had the support of the towns mayor.
She suddenly reversed her position after a monkey escaped from a high security primate facility on the campus where the bio-weapons lab was proposed. Residents claimed that if UC Davis could not keep monkeys from escaping from their cages, they certainly could not guarantee that a single virus or bacteria would not escape from a test tube. The AWOL monkey killed the project (see Smart Dust, Roboflies&).
Population is a political problem. The extreme secrecy surrounding the takeover of nuclear weapons, NASA and the space program and the development of numerous bio-weapons labs is a threat to civil society, especially in the hands of the military and corporations.
The fascist application of all three of these programs can be used to achieve established U.S. government depopulation policy goals, which may eliminate 2 billion of the worlds existing population through war, famine, disease and any other methods necessary.
ALL THESE THINGS ARE HAPPENING
#854273 Feb 5, 2013
Two excellent examples of existing U.S. depopulation policy are, first, the long-term impact on the civilian population from Agent Orange in Vietnam, where the Rockefellers built oil refineries and aluminum plants during the Vietnam War. The second is the permanent contamination of the Middle East and Central Asia with depleted uranium, which, unfortunately, will destroy the genetic future of the populations living in those regions and will also have a global effect already reflected in increases in infant mortality reported in the U.S., Europe, and the UK.
Since: Nov 09
#854274 Feb 5, 2013
Can you believe it waxturd, after all the brilliants you passed out to your hommies not one came to bat for you yesterday. That's got to hurt. Even your wing nut allies don't want anything to do with your crazy ass.
#854275 Feb 5, 2013
No problem lily. You are on ignore.
Since: Jun 10
#854276 Feb 5, 2013
Yeah, that dirty racist! You're not supposed to notice that the people breaking into your garage and stealing your lawnmowers are Mexican. Everybody knows that! We wouldn't want them to feel bad about their race just because they are parasites.
#854277 Feb 5, 2013
"Lighter duty police" sounds like washed-up retreads who should be replaced by capable officers.
Ignoring crimes against property just encourages more such crimes.
#854278 Feb 5, 2013
Carter Administration set up today's US-Mid-East conflicts
In his 1980 State of the Union Address, President Jimmy Carter proclaimed,
An attempt by any outside force to gain control of the Persian Gulf region will be regarded as an assault on the vital interests of the United States of America, and such an assault will be repelled by any means necessary, including military force.1
Presidential Directive/NSC-63, signed by Zbigniew Brzezinski one year later, recalled that particular quotation, and set up a plan to protect those interests by,
-- building up our own capablities to project force into the region while maintaining a credible presence there;
-- developing a broad range of military and related response options in and outside the region against the Soviet Union, including U.S. force projection into the region, to compensate for the current Soviet regional advantage in conventional forces;
-- making the Soviet Union aware that it will also face a wide range of economic and diplomatic sanctions on a worldwide basis if it intervenes in the region;
-- assisting countries in the region: to deter and diminish internal and external threats to stability; and to contribute to deterring and resisting Soviet penetration -- political, economic, or military;
-- diminishing radical influences in the region and enhancing US security by working for progress toward a comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace settlement;
-- improving access to facilities in the region while remaining sensitive to the special historical experience of the region and not placing in jeopardy our relationships or the internal stability of the countries concerned by insisting on formal basing arrangements;
-- taking a regional approach to securing our economic and political interests rather than basing their defense wholly on drawing a line to protect specific countries in the region.2
"The Military Component" specifically calls for
A. U.S. Force Capabilities, including forces, lift, facilities access, overbuilding and prepositioning of supplies, exercises, and presence in the region.
B. Local Defence Capabilities, improved through security assistance, advisory programs and enhancement of local facilities and military capabilities in order to support U.S. force projection and local defense developed by joint planning, combined exercises, consultations, and other appropriate means...3
"The Foreign Policy Component" calls for peace in the Middle East "as rapidly as feasible," "improved security relations" with Turkey and Pakistan, "improved ties" with Somolia, Djibouti, and Ethiopia, and agreements with allies in Europe in Asia to provide points from which to support U.S. forces in the Middle East.
Among the "Economic Issues" is "to ensure availability of oil at reasonable prices and to reduce Western dependence on Gulf oil."
#854279 Feb 5, 2013
Righwingers are getting dumber. Was there a Fox News special on recently?
#854280 Feb 5, 2013
#854281 Feb 5, 2013
When the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in a memo to President Carter, "preliminary thoughts" on "What is to be done":
A. It is essential that Afghanistani resistance continues. This means more money as well as arms shipments to the rebels, and some technical advice;
B. To make the above possible we must both reassure Pakistan and encourage it to help the rebels. This will require a review of our policy toward Pakistan, more guarantees to it, more arms aid.
C. We should encourage the Chinese to help the rebels also.
D. We should concert with Islamic countries both a propaganda campaign and in a covert action campaign to help the rebels;
E. We should inform the Soviets that their actions are placing SALT in jeopardy and that will also influence the substance of the Brown visit to China, since the Chinese are doubtless going to be most concerned about implications for themselves of such Soviet assertiveness so close to their border. Unless we tell the Soviets will not take our "expressions of concern" very seriously, with the effect that our relations will suffer, without the Soviets ever having been confronted with the need to ask the question whether such local adventurism is worth the long-term damage to the U.S.-Soviet relationship;
F. Finally, we should consider taking Soviet actions in Afghanistan to the U.N. as a threat to peace.5
In a 1998 interview by Le Nouvel Observateur, Brzezinski was asked if "American intelligence services began to aid the Mujahadeen in Afghanistan 6 months before the Soviet intervention." He responded,
Yes. According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahadeen began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, 24 Dec 1979. But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention.
"We didn't push the Russians to intervene," he clarified, "but we knowingly increased the probability that they would." He said that the secret operation "had the effect of drawing the Russians into the Afghan trap."
He was then asked, "And neither do you regret having supported the Islamic fundamentalism, having given arms and advice to future terrorists?" He responded,
What is most important to the history of the world? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some stirred-up Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?6
Brzezinski had encouraged President Carter to support the Taliban and Islamic extremism in Afghanistan. He continued to defend the move two decades later, calling it "Nonsense!" that "Islamic fundamentalism represents a world menace today."
#854282 Feb 5, 2013
Communists and Nazi Socialists untill you get rich. Feminist until you get married. Anti-gun untill you get robbed, family member killed or mugged by a deranged democrat. Atheist until the airplane starts falling. That's liberal.
#854283 Feb 5, 2013
Jane? Time to put Yunior in the straight jacket. Beginning of daily meltdown.
#854284 Feb 5, 2013
Hyperbole. It only bothers you because it is a Democratic President; especially President Obama.
As mentioned many times; let the CIA and military do their job; we don't need to know everything. If we had drones in 1960, Castro wouldn't around now.
#854285 Feb 5, 2013
January 23, 1980
Carter announces the "Carter Doctrine" in his State of the Union address, asserting that threats to the Persian Gulf region will be viewed as "an assault of the vital interests of the United States."
April 18, 1977
In an address to the nation, Carter calls his program of energy conservation the "moral equivalent of war."
#854286 Feb 5, 2013
July 25, 1980
Carter signs Presidential Directive 59 advocating a strategy for fighting a "limited" nuclear war.
#854287 Feb 5, 2013
Those who wish to sing...always find a song dufuss.
#854288 Feb 5, 2013
RealDave where’s the Lie?
#854289 Feb 5, 2013
exactly. right after Obama's first inauguration, there were cries from the left to arrest CIA and Cheney for waterboarding.
'Nov 12, 2012
Hypocrite Obama and other Dems like John Kerry on drone strikes.
Obama , Kerry, Biden and other dems love to state over and over how Al-Quadea is on the run or dead and GM is alive.
The fact is these drone strikes that they say has al-quaeda on the run will in my opinion unfortunately create more hatred and terror minded people against the good US citizens in the years to come.
Where is the outcry from dem leaders like John Kerry and Harry Reid who previously accused American Troops of terrorizing innocent Iraqi women and children by doing house to house raids?(
Look at the hypocrisy of Obama who along with his in the pocket liberal media friends, had such an outcry against waterboarding. Some even called for war crimes against Bush and Cheney for waterboarding. Cant the same be said for Obama and the drone strikes? Let me ask all of you fine educated progressive folks here. What is more brutal, raiding houses and checking for weapons and frightening women and children in the middle of the night or these drone strikes that blow off the limbs and extinguish the lives many innocent women and children?
What is more brutal and uncivilized? Waterboarding someone or a drone strike that wipes out homes , entires families, babies, elderly along with sometimes the intended target if they guess right?
I find it very interesting that the media made waterboarding such a big issue when Obama first ran for president yet no word or question to Obama in the recent debates or interviews about the morality and questionable legality of drone strikes. I did not hear John Kerry raise his deep voice and call on the admin to stop blowing up these innocent women and children the way he did about house to house raids or waterboarding under Bush. Why not?
So while Obama and his gang continue to boast Al-Quaeda is on the run and GM is alive, I think the families of all of those butchered in Benghazi recently would beg to differ. I hope and pray we are not creating future terrorists against us by these drone tactics.'
#854291 Feb 5, 2013
Moreover, as America becomes an increasingly multicultural society, it may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus on foreign policy issues, except in the circumstance of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat."
-- "The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and its Geostrategic Imperatives," by Zbigniew Brzezinski (1997), Council on Foreign Relations, National Security Advisor to President Carter and adviser to Presidents Reagan and Bush the First
THE NEED FOR OBAMA IN THE FIRST LINE MULTICULTURAL 3/5 DEMOCRATs NO LONGER PROTEST WAR
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