Northern Lights

Northern Lights

B19055 / Mon, 9 Oct 2006 09:12:51 / Civil Liberties
You can see the coming darkness but most are blind to it and will not awake
until its too late, if ever. The US is about to slip into a black morass of secret tribunals, mass detentions and the inevitable executions, one can only hope that the rest of the world doesn’t get pulled under with it.


The infrastructure, both physical and legal is in place.

The remaining question is the rate of process.

In semi-covert forms, this round of government sponsored genocide (“social Darwinism”) of the American middle class began decades ago, to wit the “family farm”.

This darkness isn’t looming on the horizon, it is already dim and gets dimmer with each stroke of the executive pen, as unchecked power becomes law overriding universal morality and historical legal precedents.

Military Commission’s Act of 2006: The Death of Habeas Corpus

The entire world economy awaits the as yet unknown critical trigger to convert this “slippery slope” to a full scale avalanche.

North Korean nuclear test prompts pre-emptive war with Iran?

It’s effects will certainly be global in scale, the U.S. being the lone
“superpower” guarantees that Amerika is best prepared as well as the
most thoroughly corrupted.

Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Sometimes no Peace,



“The president has now succeeded where no one has before”

Military Commissions Act of 2006
Empowering Gov’t to Imprison Without Charges

“We should never forget that everything Adolph Hitler did in Germany was
“legal” and everything the Hungarian freedom fighters did in Hungary was

~Martin Luther King, Jr. excerpted from a Letter From A Birmingham Jail

GWHunta @ 10/14/06 07:00:39

no justice no peace, fuck the police. ride till we free, that’s how it’s gotta be, i’m fighting for you if you fighting for me.

ill_logik @ 10/14/06 07:50:40

“Amerika is best prepared as well as the most thoroughly corrupted.”

I would take issue with the “most thoroughly corrupted” award… I think
there are atleast a few other governments far more corrupt than the US

Not_Uberche @ 10/14/06 08:04:08

I would take issue with the “most thoroughly corrupted” award… I think
there are at least a few other governments far more corrupt than the US


Yesterday afternoon I joined a small group to watch a public viewing of “Iraq for Sale” the Brave New Film DVD.

Sadly, nothing in the documentary was “brave” or “new”.  The actual information
put forth was a rehash of reports that were carried by the major media in 2004 and 2005.

The overwhelming evidence of widespread corruption and the fact that not only has nothing been done to remedy the shameless war profiteering in Iraq, but that the “war” budget has in fact grown and continues to grow in order to facilitate potential expansion of operations to extend into Iran, puts the United States at a level of public corruption that no other national government has the means to duplicate.

Haliburton, KBR, Blackwater…….Nobody but US would tolerate such waste and abuse, “borrowed” from their national treasury.

Like I said, it was all old news.

What you don’t yet know is just how far the neocrazies are prepared to take this.

You’ll soon see, and when it’s your fat in the fire, you’ll have no trouble recognizing who “numero uno” in this world truly is.

GWHunta @ 10/15/06 05:52:18

Can you smell the sulfur?

Justice, then Peace.

GWHunta @ 10/15/06 05:52:33

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