Wednesday, September 26, 2007

i just had a thought, and maybe it's already been said, but if there was full use of tasers in the days of rodney king, i would never know he existed.

whatever, just another guy getting tasered.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007


excerpt: In 2006, during an interview by Thom Hartmann[11], Baer, after commenting on the financial profits being made from 9/11, was asked: “What about political profit? There are those who suggest that ... someone in that chain of command ... had pretty good knowledge that 9/11 was going to happen -- and really didn't do much to stop it -- or even obstructed efforts to stop it because they thought it would lend legitimacy to Bush's ... failing presidency.” Baer replied: “Absolutely.” Hartmann then asked, “So you are personally of the opinion ... that there was an aspect of 'inside job' to 9/11 within the U.S. government?" To which Baer replied, "There is that possibility, the evidence points at it." When Hartmann continued, "And why is it not being investigated?” Baer replied, "Why isn't the WMD story being investigated? Why hasn't anybody been held accountable for 9/11? We held people accountable after Pearl Harbor. Why has there been no change in command? Why have there been no political repercussions? Why has there been no -- any sort of exposure on this? It really makes you wonder."


Friday, September 21, 2007

Of course Petraeus has betrayed us, but not nearly as much as MoveOn has. Why are they constantly spending money for advertisements? The NY Times has done nothing to stop and everything to encourage this war.

MoveOn's money should be spent on weapons to fight Hilter, I mean Dickler, his staff, and every major media outlet in the country.

Now that the "Jena 6" story has reached the mainstream media ever so slightly (it's only been 9 months (pretty swift, MSM, for you lazy fucks)), even the underground news has failed to comment on the biggest loser:

The Tree, which did nothing to anybody, was cut down.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Dear China,

Please dump the dollar tomorrow.

Thank you very much.

The Bangor Blues

Sunday, September 16, 2007

THE US went to war in Iraq motivated largely by oil, former US Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan says in a memoir to be released today.

"I am saddened that it is politically inconvenient to acknowledge what everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil," he writes.

It's too bad killing hundreds of thousands of people so FUCKHEAD AMERICANS can drive around with "Support the Troops" magnets on their SUV's isn't politically inconvenient.

The only troops I support are the ones who've gone AWOL. (The only smart thing cheerleader brains George the Bitch ever did, I suppose.)

Friday, September 14, 2007

Guiliani is a big fucking useless limp prick fuck dick cunt-for-a-dick rich pee-pee head jerk who singlehandedly destroyed new york city, many times over.

"*When a black private security guard Patrick Dorismond was wrongly shot to death by police who implied he was a drug dealer, here's how Giuliani comforted a grieving family: he illegally and selectively released Dorismond's juvenile record and personally attacked him as "no altar boy." (In fact, he had been an alter boy.)"

Thursday, September 13, 2007

are you sharpening your stones?


stocking up on guitar strings?

Sunday, September 09, 2007

Alex Jones Arrested In New York
Cuffed during Fox News protest on "unspecified charges," now released, cameramen also arrested

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Sunday, September 9, 2007

NEW YORK - Media activist Alex Jones was arrested by New York Police Department officers while filming a documentary about the sixth anniversary of September 11th and joining the protest against the official version of what happened on 9/11.

According to Infowars sources Jones was singled out by police from the head of a crowd of about 400 9/11 Truth Activists and protesters. He was verbally accosted and forced by the police officers to present identification which he was not carrying at the time.

NYPD officers arrested Jones for "unspecified charges" and removed him from the protest crowd to be taken to the nearest police precinct where he was later released following a protest outside the jail by other 9/11 truthers who chanted "let him go".

Jones was arrested during a protest of the live Geraldo broadcast on Fox News.

Geraldo ridiculed protesters and lauded the arrests as live footage of Alex being frog marched away by officers was broadcast, refering to them as "anarchists," "communists" and "one of the least attractive groups of protesters I've ever seen".

In another clip, Geraldo states, "I think these demonstrators are all into rest room gay sex". He later physically threatens the protesters, saying that if violence broke out "our Fox News team can take this bunch."

Watch Alex's statement after he was released.

The demonstrators had tried to obtain a "permit" for the protest but were refused by authorities. Officers later ticketed Jones for "using a sound device without a permit".

However, other people who were simply filming the arrest were also arrested themselves.

Alex said the arresting officer was overbearing and that having the cuffs slapped on him hurt more than when he cut his finger off in a boating accident.

The officer physically charged and assaulted individuals who were not even involved in the protest, such as Discovery Channel cameramen.

Alex Jones' cameraman Rob Jacobson was also pushed by cops and then punched in the shoulder for "obstructing police business" despite the fact that he was stood well away from the area on the sidewalk.

Two British cameramen who were part of the We Are Change UK group were also arrested for "blocking traffic".

Eyewitnesses described a chaotic scene where police simply waded in, assaulting and arresting people on a whim, but noted that Alex Jones was singled out immediately after cops arrived.

Geraldo Rivera and Fox News chiefs were responsible for calling the police and having protesters arrested.

The group were told that they didn't have a permit to protest. A permit is government permission to do something that would otherwise be illegal - meaning the right to peaceably assemble and free speech as defined in the Constitution have been officially outlawed.

"Word came in that Geraldo Rivera was giving a live broadcast only a few blocks away," writes We Are Change. A truth squad quickly dispached itself to the scene. There, the group chanted a deafening "911 Was An Inside Job" endlessly. The police were concerned with us blocking the sidewalk, but so long there was a clear path we remained about 20 feet from Geraldo. All of the signs and banners were visible on TV, and it just happened to be up on the jumbo screen in the middle of Times Square. Then the rest of the group saw Alex Jones was suddlenly pulled aside and arrested by police.

Groups headed out and searched for the precint Alex was taken to. After finding the location, the rest of the group met there and demanded Alex's release. Within only a few hours, we got what we wanted!

More footage of the Geraldo protest and the arrest from other truthers who filmed big screen displays nearby.

Tune in to Alex's Sunday show this evening on KLBJ for a full account of what happened.

Saturday, September 01, 2007