The River

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Appeased to meet you, hope you guess my name

It’s been five years since the operation. The façade is beginning to wear thin.

Think of this. Forget Sept. 11. What would happen if all Americans had full knowledge of every crime ever committed by the mysterious “intelligence” agencies of the Federal Government? Every assassination, every death squad (definition: kill and torture anyone, kids, women, using the most heinous means imaginable; we literally wrote the manual on it), every bomb landing on peaceful residences, every family blown to bits, all in the name of an insidious tyranny. Would they doubt the official story?

On Sept. 11 I did not believe a word of the psychopaths who have made the above their business, their calling, their fervent and incessant activity.

Or think of this: How long have “they” been planning to “do” Iraq? There are Pentagon documents stating that they deliberately murdered 500,000 children with a brutal invasion they set up – Gulf War I – wherein they bombed water treatment facilities and other infrastructure to punish, to weaken, and yes to knowingly murder the children of Iraqi parents. This was in the 1990s, setting back a thriving, modern society for eventual invasion.

All of this depravity is justified to the people everyday when Bush says “we will protect civilization” or “we will defend our way of life” or most nakedly, “we will protect American interests.” What civilization? Whose interest? The interest of accumulation, of more, of exploitation. Of greed. But not humanity or America’s interests.

Are not the crimes against Iraq, and the long list of others, the product of a large and criminal conspiracy that is countenanced by the hundreds directly involved, who sleep soundly every night, perhaps with the aid of a little Ambien and warm milk? And even, of course, by ourselves, who don’t want to know.

Why would it be hard to believe that the same criminals would hesitate to plan and execute 9-11, along with, of course, the requisite patsies? We would call them out and string them up? Has yet to happen, with the exception of Nixon, who "just got caught doing what all of them do." Someone would come forward? Why? Mass murder is what they do, it's part of the air they breathe. Even moreso than ordinary people, and to a much more concious degree, they are already completely inculcated into a culture which views people everywhere as expendable to their manic aims. They have no feeling, no loyalty, and certainly no love, for life itself, let alone a country or countrymen. The people under them, who they depend on, aren’t quite so deep into the mindset, but they would merely need to follow orders. There is always a plausible explanation for what they would need to do, or even implausible, as those too are routinely accepted, because it’s either that or find other work. Like us, they wouldn't want to know too much anyway.

Reasons to launch already devised war plans – a new American century -- don’t just fall in warmongers’ laps. And buildings don’t turn to powder from burning jet fuel. Not to mention the forgotten, 47-story WTC 7, which can’t be explained by burning jet fuel.

Once you look beneath the façade, it is hard to see 9-11 as a surprise offensive. It only makes sense as another depraved operation carried out by psychopathic American murderers – people with the same characteristics and goals that the neocons continuously proscribe to “the terrorists who hate our freedoms.”

We have learned that they are evil and kill without mercy -- but not without purpose. We have learned that they form a global network of extremists who are driven by a perverted vision of Islam -- a totalitarian ideology that hates freedom, rejects tolerance, and despises all dissent. And we have learned that their goal is to build a radical Islamic empire where women are prisoners in their homes, men are beaten for missing prayer meetings, and terrorists have a safe haven to plan and launch attacks on America and other civilized nations. The war against this enemy is more than a military conflict. It is the decisive ideological struggle of the 21st century, and the calling of our generation."

--George W. Bush, September 11, 2006 Presidential Address to the Nation

Chillingly messianic.

September 11 was years in the planning. A false flag. A hypnotist’s trick. A brilliantly conceived psyop of misdirection. Operation Northwoods -- and every other bloodsoaked operation -- come home to roost.

Meanwhile, the perpetrators and by any definition the absolute worst of humanity, continue their calling – terrorize the world into acceptance of a totalitarian ideology that hates freedom, rejects tolerance, and despises all dissent.

UPDATE: Inspector Lohmann on appeasing the monster.

I read your overstrikes in precisely the same way. Surely this cannot be unobvious?

And how merrily uncommented we roll along...

(...Fuck me hard, motherfuckers, I am lubed to the gills.)
Now I read Lohmann. And spit upon the keyboard and the screen.

Involuntary. Eject.

Now I must clean up. No, I shan't. Must you?

Fuck the dead we have become.

Fuck the become all over our face.

Fuck the history of tomorrow written here.

And here.

And here.

And here.

Fuck it all.

Fuck the desert.

Fuck the sun.

Fuck the oasis that keeps us safe.

And the holy freakin goads.

Must you?

And you?

And you?

You too??

Let us roll...
you're living up to your name, my friend.

All I'm sayin re: 9/11 is fuck this bullshit. The "5th anniversary" about did me in.
Yeah. Is there anything you can tell me about 'shame'? This isn't a loaded question, not trying to be clever, or what. Just wondering. I had the occasion yesterday to feel it. Viscerally. It struck me that I'd never felt it before. Viscerally. How could that be?
I tried to respond yesterday, but this thing wasn't working. I didn't have anything profound to say, just that the recent anniversaries of Katrina and 9/11 provoke a great deal of shame in our federal government and national media institutions.
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