- How come all the war colleges and military
schools, and all those right wing think tanks that ring Washington DC like
the Asteroid Belt, could NOT figure out that maybe, just maybe, people
in the Middle East would not want to be occupied? You would think that
every one of those so-called institutes of higher learning would have
remembered the American Revolutionary War.
- I predicted just one scenario of military
failure (Shock And Awe Followed By Block To Block) at the outset of the
Iraq War. So did many others, mostly former low-ranking US veterans. Death
by a thousand cuts and a trillion wasted tax dollars. Where were the dissenting
generals when America needed them?
- So how come a whole bunch of dildos who
call themselves US Congressmen can't figure out the next chess move the
Neocons are making? I scripted a perfectly predictable scenario for Rense-Day
One: The War With Iran-that any US Army captain or USAF major in the Pentagon
could have figured. So how come our US Congressmen and Senators
cannot figure the predictable outcome of any pre-emptive strike?
- These collective Congressional doofuses-Doug
Thompson calls them traitors---voted 404-4 to condemn Iran for violating
the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. To anyone who cares, the NPT is some
worthless piece of paper the US or Israel ignores completely. Probably
by the end of the month (or before) we'll hear of air strikes, signaling
- In the meantime, a bunch of these same
dildos are in a dither because Bush okayed a plan to sell a bunch of US
ports. Since the deep-in-debt US doesn't actually make or manufacture anything
else anymore that people wants to buy, selling ports is the logical next
step, followed by selling our national parks, forests, rivers and reservoirs.
- I guess Congress is worried that maybe
an Arab terrorist would secretly ship a nuke here, since only about five
percent of shipping containers are inspected. Not that the Office of Homeland
Security appears to be worried. Lately they have been busy wasting money
and manpower tracking down one bearded old veteran in Idaho who happened
to paste some antiwar stickers on his trucks.
- But allowing the Arabs to buy a bunch
of US ports, would conveniently allow the Neocons to nuke one-Charleston
perhaps--and predictably blame the Iranians or Syrians or Palestinians,
- A funny thing has happened with these
Neocon slimeballs in power. Every move they now make is completely predictable
several moves ahead (Except to the dildos in Congress). They have successfully
maneuvered their chess pieces into a corner.
- The Neocon king, (Bush), fronts his bishops
and rooks, who now cower in purely defensive positions. The pawns and knights,
meanwhile, have all been expended in Iraq and, barring a universal draft,
are unavailable anymore. Even the average armchair American patriot has
grown weary; his car magnets fading, his flags fraying, his justifications
for the war faltering.
- But that probably won't stop the nefarious
Neocons from starting another war. A cornered rat is far more deranged
than a fleeing rodent.
- But consider for a moment: Far too many
Americans have heeded the Neocons repeated, dire warnings that a terrorist
nuke strike is coming to America. And so when, God forbid, that day
comes, the Neocons will be blamed for another massive security failure.
- And any attack on Iran will predictably
dwarf the burgeoning problems we have now, but the Neocons will be blamed,
rightly so, for another predictable disaster.
- The king is cornered by his own rash
- Every faltering, predictable move--attacking
Iraq, attacking Iran, engineering another obvious false flag "terrorist"
attack-is one step closer to checkmate.
- Selling the US ports to an Arab country
was just the sort of predictable Neocon chess move, like ordering a "stand
down" on September 11, 2001, because US military exercises just happened
to occur the exact same day Arab terrorists planned to strike America.
So a shipping container heading to a US port controlled by Arabs, with
a terrorist nuke device, was pretty predictable.
- Indeed, somewhere a container was already
prepared for shipment. I believe. Another OBL videotape was being filmed.
Another convenient scapegoat-US Coast Guard?-was being scripted. And some
forgotten little nuke, from among the thousands in the US stockpile, was
already wired for shipment. Maybe aimed for the nearby port of Fort Lauderdale,
Florida, ten miles from my house. I mean, think of the billions for rebuilding.
- But, unlike before 911, we now have Homeland
Security and TSA and the PATRIOT Act. Thanks to the nefarious Neocons.
So any domestic terrorist act will simply magnify the failings of the Neocons--to
protect the American homeland. Right?
- Once again, cornered like the rats they
- The Neocons are nothing if not predictable.
They are winning the game but losing the country. Nothing they do should
ever surprise anyone. Nothing.
- After all, they blew up three towers
and killed 3,000 average Americans and yet have bungled every move since,
in perfectly predictable yet criminal fashion, while enriching themselves.
Only the boobs who believed in them after 911 have been shocked or stunned
by the assortment of high crimes and misdemeanors that accompany every
- But the king is cornered and the bishops
cower in purely defensive positions. The next move is one of desperation.
- Douglas Herman, USAF veteran and essayist,
penned the likely scenario for the JFK killing into an entertaining novel:
The Guns of Dallas.
He writes for Rense and lives in the Fiefdom of Jeb, sunny Florida.