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Thursday, August 07, 2008

After 9/11, McCain Linked Anthrax to Iraq

John McCain on Late Show with David Letterman, October 18, 2001

What a sad little warmonger the Republicans have chosen to continue their new fascist century. There he was after 9/11 talking so casually about killing people, working to lay the groundwork of lies that would be used to set up the invasion of Iraq. McCain: "if I could, just very quickly, the second phase, the second phase is Iraq. uh, there is some indication, and I don't have the conclusions, but some indication that this anthrax may -- and I emphasize 'may' -- have come from Iraq."

And endorsing state terrorism as an answer to terrorism, and as the method by which America will dictate to the rest of the world: "Nothing succeeds like success. We succeed here...then I think, you power politics is very interesting. People are very friendly when they know that you're the most powerful kid on the block."

Like the insane colonel in "Apocalypse Now", McCain just loves the smell of terrorism in the morning...smells like victory.

Notice how relaxed and assured McCain is while he mines the "war on terror" narratives. (he even calls Osama "Tim") It's interesting how easy it was for them right after the false flag op, and how now they are straining to keep the edifice in place. They have been becoming increasingly petulant as doubt in their wisdom (practically non-existent right after 9/11) grows.

What is worrisome about Obama is that his role seems to be to make it more palatable while changing little.

Damned if we do. Damned if we don't.
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