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George W and the Pentagon are absolutely insane

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They are proposing a future’s market on terrorism, assassinations, atrocities and war. These guys figure out a way to make money on most anything. So this is their vision of the future - war for profit. Make routine and predictable the process of government violence. Some will make a killing. Some will be killed. Like corn or wheat futures, some will make money. Indeed, insiders to violence will stand to make more money, thus encouraging people to make friends with .. with.. you finish that sentence.

The war on Iraq was bogus. The same folks who wanted to impeach Clinton for 8 words of lies about a blow job, now belittle 16 words of lies about starting a war, destroying a country and killing thousands, including hundreds of American service men and women. Anticipating future wars, they want to make it profitable for investors. Like all betting scenarios, this would naturally involve fraud and corruption. Buy a future on an assassination and then pay the hit team to make it happen.

These guys are warped. They have no clothes. Bush has no brains. He is a puppet for evil forces who have taken over our government. He was not elected. This futures market for terrorism is on the face evidence - proof - that these guys are nuts. Bonkers. If anyone cannot see the pure insanity of this then they also have been become so warped as to not have a grip on reality anymore.

NASA lost its grip on reality and figured that pieces of the Space Shuttle falling off during launch and hitting other parts were just routine. They considered and rejected having the craft photographed because they decided they would not be able to do anything about it if they did discover damage. They had no rescue plan, although now, after the tragedy, they realize they could have run another shuttle up to rescue the doomed crew. NASA learned nothing - nothing - from the 1986 Challenger disaster. Rocket scientists can also be dumb.

Just as NASA eventually was faced with the consequences of slowly going institutionally insane - ignoring reality - and suffered disaster, so will our USA face disaster unless we face reality and quit spoofing ourselves that our leaders must know what they are doing because they are our leaders. That is a circular argument. We citizens are in charge of our country and our destiny. We have to recognize insanity when we see it and put a stop to it. Else we will have no one to blame but ourselves. We cannot blame an idiot like Bush. He is just a pawn. Evil forces will always find pawns.

We are accountable for our own destiny. We either think and act or accept a terrible fate.

George W and the Pentagon are absolutely insane

By John ServaisOn Jul 29, 2003

They are proposing a future’s market on terrorism, assassinations, atrocities and war. These guys figure out a way to make money on most anything. So this is their vision [...]

Pay no attention to the plan behind the curtain

By John ServaisOn Jul 17, 2003

The Bellingham Herald has good reporting in today’s paper on the City Council’s stumbling into a $300,000-plus gift to a local business. The business happens to be owned [...]

Carpenter’s Union update

By John ServaisOn Jul 14, 2003

Just to finish the reporting on the carpenters, the union members approved the new contract, which retains their health benefits. The basic reason they went on strike was to avoid [...]

Herald keeps carpenters in the dark

By John ServaisOn Jul 04, 2003

A tentative agreement was reached last evening by the carpenter’s and the contractors associations. Construction will resume on all the sites Monday morning and and the agreement will go [...]

Carpenter’s Union strike nearly over?

By John ServaisOn Jul 02, 2003

The Associated General Contractors and the Carpenter’s Union will meet tomorrow morning to try and settle the health benefits dispute and end the strike, which has stopped major construction [...]

Carpenters striking blows

By John ServaisOn Jun 28, 2003

The carpenters’ strike continued all day Friday - at St. Joe’s Hospital and at several other large construction sites around Bellingham. Nada in the Herald, of course. All over [...]

Toxic gas news seeps slowly

By John ServaisOn Jun 27, 2003

The carpenters’ strike at St. Joe’s Hospital continues. They are also striking several other construction sites around Bellingham. The dispute is over the construction industry association reducing their health [...]

Stop the presses! Herald reasonably accurate!

By John ServaisOn Jun 26, 2003

For the record, the Herald today reported on yesterday’s story below. Reasonably accurate, if they did leave out some important information.

A stand must be taken to protect water quality

By John ServaisOn Jun 25, 2003

Posted here because the Bellingham Herald has now ignored this for two days. Of very high importance to Bellingham - and with significant developments. On Monday evening, the Bellingham City [...]

There are a few outstanding news web sites

By John ServaisOn Jun 24, 2003

that provide national and international news that is most important and not always available. One site is truthout and it depends on visitor donations to continue. No ads, no popups, [...]

The system does not work when there are no checks on state agencies

By John ServaisOn Jun 13, 2003

St. Joe’s Hospital will probably be facing fines for venting toxic gas into the construction area of their new addition. Our Bellingham Herald has not reported a bit of [...]

Candidate listings were updated this morn

By John ServaisOn Jun 05, 2003

If you have info on candidates or possible candidates, send it in. The list to the right will be maintained through the election. We gripe about the actions of elected [...]

This site will be quiet for a week

By John ServaisOn May 28, 2003

as I will be out of town. Upon return, my first interest will be updating the candidate listings in the right-hand column. If you have info on a candidate - [...]

Two basic political concepts were trashed last night

By John ServaisOn May 20, 2003

The Bellingham city council passed the Public Facilities District (PFD) agreement last night. What was passed was 100% what the mayor, last September, told the PFD board to propose. They obeyed. [...]

Thank you for visiting Whiner Net

By John ServaisOn May 19, 2003

Welcome back. I thank you for visiting Whiner Net - as it is called around Bellingham City Hall. Even the mayor has endorsed that name in our local government corridors. [...]

Brett Bonner has announced

By John ServaisOn May 15, 2003

he will run for Mayor of Bellingham. He has resigned his news job at a local radio station. At the end of his last broadcast this morning, the station ran [...]

False rumor; fiscal responsibility

By John ServaisOn May 14, 2003

One rumor proved false. Scott Walker will not run for mayor. He had heard the rumor also.Not rumor is the fact that Port Commissioner Ginny Benton and her husband [...]

City Council support for Clean Water Alliance

By John ServaisOn May 13, 2003

The Bellingham City Council last night voted 5-2 to support the Clean Water Alliance legal action against Whatcom County’s designation of Sudden Valley as an Urban Growth Area (UGA). [...]

Web site to check out

By John ServaisOn May 12, 2003

Waterfront Futures for Bellingham - nothing here. This is one of those processes that is supposedly open to public comment. However, speaking to a meeting seems a challenge. Getting on [...]

Very first PFD meeting finally scheduled

By John ServaisOn May 12, 2003

The Bellingham City Council will finally hold its very first public hearing of the Public Facilities District (PFD) proposals next Monday, May 19, 7 pm at city hall. Really - the first [...]

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