At least bring common sense to the table
... and Enhanced Interrogation Techniques
Published on May 3, 2011 By BoobzTwo In War on Terror

The war on terror was a product of the government as they controlled (still do) everything. The “truth” and any paper trails have all come from our altruistic American Government and Co. All the analysis, the forensic evidence (shipped to China), video footage and audio tapes (FAA and NORAD), investigations, findings, recommendations, excuses, insane ‘coincidences’, incompetence, identification of all perpetrators (most Saudi), picked out the culprit in chief and on and on and on and then drive the war through Afghanistan to Iraq and elsewhere. The only information released was from our betters ... and nobody even got fired let alone jailed for their utter incompetence.


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on May 22, 2011

This is an amazing place, JU I mean. I try to start a correspondence on the "War on Terror" and I get no takers. But when I present a political movie against the "War on Terror" ... Poof ... people come out of the woodwork, just amazing.

on May 22, 2011

It's the way the forums are all linked. I am a Sins of a Solar Empire user which the recent posts include movies and tv but now that the Fahrenheit 911 got moved I could not find it.

Anyway the information is talked about though is a good way.

on May 23, 2011

myfist0
Anyway the information is talked about though is a good way.
I agree, but I am confused at all the resistance we get from intelligent (?) people who refuse to even re-look into things of such magnitude to both American and world affairs, go figure. But the most startling of all is the abject FAITH these would-be rocket scientists place on the veracity of the USG??? They would spend all their time with name calling and the other nonsense instead… I guess they don't really want to discuss this honestly for who knows why???

on May 23, 2011

It's like a child finding out his parents are psychotic killers. Look into the psychology of that and you will find your answer.

on May 23, 2011

You think??? I guess they could send the FBI, CIA and al-Qaeda to deal with the interlopers … isn’t that their modus operandi practiced around the world. I think it is more likely that they have put too much faith where it never should have been placed … and just cannot back up and even take a fresh look, amazing.


Analogy – Try convincing the religious ones that everything they have invested into it is null and void because god doesn’t exist. A brick wall of a different sort is all.

on May 23, 2011

BoobzTwo
I am confused at all the resistance we get from intelligent (?) people who refuse to even re-look into things of such magnitude to both American and world affairs, go figure.

 

myfist0
It's like a child finding out his parents are psychotic killers. Look into the psychology of that and you will find your answer.

So just picture that the USG are the parents and the public are the children.

  • Most people find it hard to talk about mental illness. It often makes people uncomfortable because they don't know much about it. Children sometimes feel sad, not only because their parent is ill, but also because their friends don't understand. When people learn more, their ideas often change.
  • Sometimes children are ashamed that their parent has a mental illness. They may find the illness hard to talk about, and may not want to talk about it. But it's important for kids to talk with people who understand how they feel. It helps kids to feel better and to see that it's OK to feel the way they do.
  • Some people look down on a family that has experienced a mental illness. Mental illnesses can make people think they are different. Sometimes kids will make mean jokes or pick on others because of this. The important thing is to help children deal with these comments. They can choose to ignore them. 

 

on May 24, 2011

myfist0
Reply #6  myfist0
I understand the analogy ... just cannot apply it to myself, is all. I learned early in my youth that parents were not all they claimed to be. The same could be said about religion too. “NO”, “because I said so”, “just because”, “it is God’s Will”, ”… the devil made me do it” etcetera ….. Children exist in an egocentric world and if they decide not to change that misfortune … well they run for office, bring their narcissistic bigotry with them and they would rule the world.  

on May 24, 2011

Not to mention that children learn at a young age its ok to be lied to. Parents lie to there children on an almost daily basis and then tell there children it's not ok to lie to them. Children are a lot more intelligent then people give them credit for.

Parents might say "honesty is the best policy," but when it comes to interacting with their own kids, mom and dad stretch the truth with the best of them, finds a new study.

From claiming the existence of magical creatures to odd consequences of kids' actions, parents often come up with creative tales to shape a child's behaviors and emotions.

"We are surprised by how often parenting by lying takes place," said study researcher Kang Lee of the University of Toronto, Canada. "Our findings showed that even the parents who most strongly promoted the importance of honesty with their children engaged in parenting by lying."

read more http://www.livescience.com/7907-parents-lie-children-surprisingly.html

 Again the Parental Government and Childish Public.    magical creatures = Al Qaeda 

on May 24, 2011

Myfist0, got a bungalow nearby for guests? I was wandering around thinking (who knows why?) about Henry Kissinger, hum...   I think this man certainly deserves a seat with the top ten criminals of all (…hum, relatively modern) time IMO. This clip describes his views on the “New World Order” … sure looks like it is pretty much USG policy. This is scary as there can only be one outcome to all this madness and I do not think people factor into it iof the Middle East is any kind of example … whoa … but of course it is, silly me.

The very last words on the clip from him are "... it’s also a great opportunity". Also of note was the casual reference to "‘after some provincialism’ on our part, yea right…

 

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