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We're being set up for another war


Boom. Boom.

Boom. Boom.

The drumbeats for another U.S. war, this time against Iran, are getting louder and louder.
Can you hear it?
This morning’s headline story on Drudge Report: “Paper: Military action against Iran ‘likely’…” Here’s what the UK’s Guardian says, Feb. 17, 2012:

“Officials in key parts of the Obama administration are increasingly convinced that sanctions will not deter Tehran from pursuing its nuclear programme, and believe that the US will be left with no option but to launch an attack on Iran or watch Israel do so.”

Consider what Jay Weidner wrote in his column “Smoking Out the Monster,” Feb. 17, 2012 [words in pink are mine ~Eowyn]:

“There is something in the air. Those of us who have been around for a while can almost smell it.  It is the smell of the Monster. It is putrid and greasy. The Monster hides its ugly face from all of us. It fears to show itself. […]

Now with the smoke of war on the horizon the Monster has been forced to show its teeth and claws. […]

In the last few days a number of coincidental(?) events have occurred that bear discussion.

1.) Yesterday, out of the blue, Three of the four Republican candidates for President decided to not do the CNN debate. Ron Paul was the only one willing to debate. CNN canceled the debate. Neither Gingrich nor Santorum have any money. Why would they renege on a chance for a national audience? [read more here]

2). Judge [Andrew] Napalitano was coming out fiercely for Ron Paul on his great show Freedom Watch.  He was fired last week by Fox Business Channel. It should be noted that the Judge was also fiercely anti-war. [Here’s the 5-minute speech that got Napolitano fired:]


3.) Stephen Colbert came out, in a serious manner, for Ron Paul.   
Yesterday his show was ‘suspended’. [ostensibly due to a “family emergency” — his mom’s illness]

4.) Pat Buchanan was fired from MSNBC yesterday.  He was against the current wars and would surely be against an attack on Iran.  He was probably a secret Ron Paul supporter also. [read more here] […]

What is going here?

War is coming.  The Monster is attempting to get rid of and/or silence anyone who is against the corrupt criminal warmongers that rule this country.

So what is so objectionable about Ron Paul? Paul has said the following:

“Far from defeating the enemy, our current polices provide incentive for more people to take up arms against us.”

“We have an empire. We can’t afford it.”

“Acting as the world’s policeman and nation-building weakens our country, puts our troops in harm’s way, and sends precious resources to other nations in the midst of an historic economic crisis.

Ron Paul has been called anti-Semitic because of his stance on Israel. Here’s an interesting video showing that what Paul recommends for America’s policy toward Israel is entirely consistent with what Israel’s PM Netanyahu himself insists:
If Ron Paul were really anti-Semitic or a knee-jerk pacifist-isolationist, why is it that he’s received more financial support from active-duty members of the US military than any other 2012 presidential candidate?

The United States is broke. Our national debt is over $15 TRILLION, and now exceeds our gross national product. Our military is spread thin and our soldiers are weary and suffer unprecedented rates of PTSD and suicide.

We can’t afford another war!!!


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CNN’s Fake Gulf War Reporting

This is a CNN broadcast about the Gulf War in 1991, by correspondent Charles Jaco ostensibly reporting live from Saudi Arabia. Jaco faked it. He was reporting from some studio.


H/t Vigilant Citizen.

When this video was uploaded to YouTube, Jaco claims that he indeed was reporting live — from “the roof of a hotel and military facility near the intersection of the two main runways at the Dhahran Air Base, Western Province, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The plywood background was erected as a guard against sand and wind storms. The clowning around on the video is just that. We used black humor to deflect the tension of covering SCUD missile assaults.”

Alas, Jaco’s protestation lacks credibility in view of his employment history.

In 1994, Charles Jaco left his prestigious high-visibility job as a globe-trotting correspondent for an international TV network, CNN, to join KMOX, a radio station in St. Louis, MO. In 2003 he became a reporter and anchor for KTVI television in St. Louis. In 2009, Jaco went to another radio station in St. Louis, KTRS 550, doing a daily morning talk show. On October 6, 2010 Jaco resigned from KTRS.

The video of Jaco’s fake live-reporting recently resurfaced on the blogosphere. Jaco is threatening to sue anyone who posts the video and has sent a letter to a blogger that reads:

“I have just now come across a false and defamatory posting on your website from July 28, 2009 titled ‘Did Charles Jaco Fake a Desert Storm CNN Report’. I’m adding your email and your website to the list being sent to my attorneys.

[…] my attorneys intend to act immediately against those of you receiving this who have sent and forwarded these emails accusing me of falsifying coverage. We are in the process of issuing subpeonas to ISPs for the real names and addresses of the senders. We shall then proceed with lawsuits against those parties. In addition, letters are being sent to LiveLink and Google (owner of YouTube) and their attorneys demanding the videos be removed.”

Jaco, you will have to sue a lot of people including Pat Buchanan, who wrote this in 2009:

“Charles Jaco was the CNN reporter famous for covering the 1990 Persian Gulf War. The first part of this video shows the stage set he was on, and he was clowning around with fellow CNN staff. The Saudi Arabian “hotel” in the background were fake palm trees and a blue wall in a studio. This clip was leaked by CNN staff. This video is FAIR USE depicting an historical event. I encourage this video to be downloaded, and re-uploaded to other websites to get more people to see this.”

The above Buchanan quote is on a blog called The Dana Show, with an embedded link back to Buchanan’s official website. Alas, when I clicked that link, I was brought to this message on Buchanan’s website:

Error 404: Not Found

Sorry, the page you were looking does not exist.

Looks like Jaco got to Buchanan.

Please help Jaco’s attorney’s fee-billing by making this go viral. E-mail this to your friends and re-post this on your blog!


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