- When I first read the report that two United States Senators
needed censorship of the Internet, my thought was that of course they needed
censorship because they, as well as all the rest of the "criminal
class" [Mark Twain] in Congress and in the Cheney-Bush regime, need
absolute secrecy and complete public obedience in order to continue perpetrating
their criminal activities. I reasoned immediately that these two traitors
needed stricter laws to regulate free speech and thought currently available
on the Internet websites of the "alternative media" to force
a return to the normalcy of the big corporate, establishment, mainstream
mass media that struggles so hard to protect these felons thereby enabling
them to pursue unabated their unlawful activities.
- Am I down on Congress, the White House, and the Supreme
Court because I have suddenly become mentally and politically deranged
and am now suffering a libertarian psychosis? Reality bites, and I've
spent the last ten years pounding a keyboard, and you can't do this for
that long without learning something in the process. After all, how many
times can we question 9/11 events without drawing an analogy between that
horrible day and the lies surrounding the U.S.S. Maine, the Lusitania,
Pearl Harbor, the murder of General Patton and the Gulf of Tonkin farce,
and not learn anything from the process?
- Do governments kill their own people? Of course they
do! Only the idiots, fools, morons and nut cakes that think Republicans
are good and Democrats are bad, or vice versa, have the necessary fractional
room temperature-level I.Q. to believe "there's a dime's worth of
difference between Democrats and Republicans." Only they believe
government is good and God is bad, or that the latter simply doesn't exist.
- Unfortunately, there are still a large number of fools
in America who should turn in their belly buttons and paste their political
party's membership card on their foreheads to warn everyone of their unassailable
stupidity. What more proof and better examples of the folly of America's
"two-party" system can be offered than what has transpired over
just the last six months?
- We recently learned from a most unlikely mass media source,
the Washington Post, that Vice President Dick Cheney is running our country's
government. Why is that source unlikely? Because it is owned and operated
by Donald Graham, a Bilderberg regular. Why would a New World Order Bilderberger
give the Dicktatorship a problem when it is doing such a fine, secret job
in getting US all there? And as Dick runs America into the ground, we
accept the fact that the Constitution gives him absolutely no authority
to do so. He just sticks proposed "laws" and executive orders
in front of the White House Moron, and the "commander guy" signs
them. The WHM thinks he is the "decider" but it is Cheney who
is the decider and he's just the "signer."
- And after America discovered that the signer is also
a liar and tricked US into an unconstitutional unnecessary "war"
and invasion-occupation, American voters gave a carte blanche landslide
to Democrats to expedite holding Republicans accountable for their crimes.
Democrats were mandated to get US out of Iraq, to re-investigate 9/11,
and to impeach Bush, Cheney and Gonzales. So if Republicans are bad,
then Democrats are much worse, because they have the power to bring about
the nation-saving changes America now so desperately needs. But it is
obvious beyond belief, that Democrats are just as stupid as Republicans
- And what supports the stupidity, corruption, failures
and criminal activities of our thoroughly rotten and immoral government
officials and representatives? What allows unlimited and unchecked bad
government to continue its crime spree? A corrupt, immoral, non-free and
non-independent corporate mainstream establishment mass media. Network
TV and radio "news;" FoxNoise, The New York Times, Washington
Post, Boston Globe, Time, Newsweek, Wall Street Journal, and the rest of
these worse than worthless "journalistic" sources. And even
as they continue to demonstrate their contempt for America, its people,
and its Constitution, the Bill O'Reilly types and wastetoids point their
crooked fingers at the alternative media complaining of "non-professionalism."
We'll take that as a very high compliment.
- Both sides of the aisle hate the Internet for its honesty
and truth. The Hillaroid has already indicated that when AIPAC appoints
her as America's first Queen, she'll make damn sure that two-party system
"gatekeepers" are in place to ensure professionalism. And that
in all likelihood is precisely the same line of reasoning which motivated
Republican Senator Ted Stevens from the State of Alaska to express his
fear of the Internet as well. And who knows more about the Internet than
the schnook of the north?
- Here is a quote I found on dailykos
from Senator Ted "Tubes" Stevens on the complex workings of the
Internet he's chomping at the bit to regulate: "I just the other day
got, an internet was sent by my staff at 10 o'clock in the morning on Friday
and I just got it yesterday. Why? Because it got tangled up with all
these things going on the internet commercially. The regulatory approach
is wrong. Your approach is regulatory in the sense that it says "No
one can charge anyone for massively invading this world of the internet".
No, I'm not finished. I want people to understand my position. I'm not
going to take up a lot of time. They want to deliver vast amounts of information
over the internet. And again, the internet is not something you just dump
something on. It's not a truck. It's a series of tubes. And if you
don't understand those tubes can be filled and if they are filled, when
you put your message in, it gets in line and its going to be delayed by
anyone that puts into that tube enormous amounts of material, enormous
amounts of material." Got that?
- That was almost a year ago, and now, heeeeees' back!
In a piece
posted July 25th by Adam Thomas on pressesc.com entitled, "US Senators
call for universal Internet filtering," the article begins: "US
senators today made a bipartisan call for the universal implementation
of filtering and monitoring technologies on the Internet in order to protect
children at the end of a Senate hearing for which civil liberties groups
were not invited. Commerce Committee Chairman Daniel K. Inouye (D-Hawaii)
and Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee Vice Chairman
Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) both argued that Internet was a dangerous place
where parents alone will not be able to protect their children."
- Now did you get the key words in that proposed attack
on free speech and free access to information that the establishment mass
media is depriving US of? The Internet must be "filtered," meaning
it needs a Hillaroid-approved government stooge to monitor what is allowable
for public consumption and what is not. And just like Hillaroid's false
front, it is , of course, "for the children." That authorizes
deprivation of truth and fact to adults that wish to think as opposed to
turning in their belly buttons. And also startling, is the point made
by Thomas that civil liberties groups weren't invited. They obviously
weren't wanted and were considered by these fine examples of American government
officialdom as threats to their clandestine political maneuvers.
- Here's the "it's-for-the-children fraud" offered
by Inouye: "'While filtering and monitoring technologies help parents
to screen out offensive content and to monitor their child's online activities,
the use of these technologies is far from universal and may not be fool-proof
in keeping kids away from adult material,' Sen. Inouye said. 'In that
context, we must evaluate our current efforts to combat child pornography
and consider what further measures may be needed to stop the spread of
such illegal material over high-speed broadband connections.'" Then
Internet genius Stevens chimes in: "'Given the increasingly important
role of the Internet in education and commerce, it differs from other media
like TV and cable because parents cannot prevent their children from using
the Internet altogether,' Sen. Stevens said. 'The headlines continue to
tell us of children who are victimized online. While the issues are difficult,
I believe Congress has an important role to play to ensure that the protections
available in other parts of our society find their way to the Internet.'"
In other words, parents need help raising their children from these two
- Obviously the protections these two elected criminals
want for our society are protections from our society. These two clowns
are obviously mass media trailblazers activated to torpedo the Internet
and silence dissent and criticism of rotten, corrupt government.
- And shortly after this activity on the parts of Inouye
and Senator Ted "Tubes" Stevens was exposed, elements of the
FBI and the IRS raided Senator "Tubes'" home looking for evidence
of precisely the criminal activity of which we speak. Again, miraculously,
the Washington Post hits paydirt! Post staff writers Dan Eggen and
Paul Kane in their July 31st article, "Alsaka Senator's Home Is Raided,"
write:"Agents from the FBI and the Internal Revenue Service raided
the Alsaka home of Sen. Ted Stevens [R] yesterday as part of a broad federal
investigation of political corruption in the state that has also swept
up his son and one of his closest financial backers, officials said"
- The article goes on: "Stevens, the longest-serving
Republican senator in history, is under scrutiny from the Justice Department
for his ties to an Alaska energy services company, Veco, whose chief executive
pleaded guilty in early May to a bribery scheme involving state lawmakers."
- So there you have it. More secret government operations,
abuse of power, and lobbying arrangements depriving the American people
of both representative government and justice. Yet these holier-than-you-and-me
"honorables" feel qualified to write laws to govern our behavior,
what we see, what we read, and what we think. And does it matter to which
party they belong? Only if you are a political party loyalist and simpleton.
- So folks, forget impeachment, special prosecutors, investigatory
boards and panels; they're all a total waste of time. We must find only
one honest, decent man, who will use the great centralized power of the
federal government to give the government back to the people. And that
man is Congressman Ron Paul!
- © THEODORE E. LANG 7/31/07 All rights reserved
- Ted Lang is a political analyst and freelance writer.