patient in total remission
Less is more, portraiture
not pretty but the results are remarkable*
Neo-Conservatives, unfortunately, are morally driven by pathologies which cannot
be addressed with conventional methodology.
Xenophobia is just that, a state bereft of any compass readings, a conceit whose
polarities are grounded in the conviction of the superiority of class, a paradigm
predicated by associations through Incestuous Amplification with similar thought
is right reason. We did it because we could."
alright to do it but don't get caught."
* In reality this image is a prolapsed anus that has been inverted to some
dramatic effect. We hope you realize that xenophobic behavior can not be resolved
by decapitation, however, xenophobia is not a phobia that concerns one who has
experienced an anus prolapse. Anus prolapses affect Homophobia, Heterophobia and
Yes, this redneck weight lifter was affiliated
with many conspiratorial groups, he was afflicted by hatred of liberal thinking
and suffered from many psychosomatic events until his anal prolapse.
Coming Soon: more is
of Special Plans
NeoCons lying their way to Infamy
Vulcans Unite under one Flag
of Attraction gains more converts
Neo-Con Mercenaries drink deep at the trough of deception and duplicity. Some
may think their chauvinism is a moral failing, however, amorality is bereft of
any standard of civility.
The Good God works in mysterious ways; the Evil
Doer is always lurking. Both emissaries are inspired by the same demons drilling
shouts and murmurs into their skulls. As fundamentalist theologians, fear of the
other brings powerful paranoia to trump all notions of reason. Perhaps the Evil
Doer and the Better Angel are the same messenger with conflicting messages.
of the other: The Xenophobic Usual Suspects, Neo-Cons use the uniting cry of hegemony
for the sake of order; the same paranoid cry of the agents of The Office Of Special
Plans. If Globalization is so compelling, why is our National Interest so pressient;
one might think the marketplace of ideas would prevail to allow for a multitude
of thought, a plethora of views.
To Privatize War and let market forces
(the invisible hand) determine where and when why and how is determined
on a case by case basis: decided by O.S.P.
of Treason, is the most powerful tool in a skimpy kit of tricks. Tail gunner Joe
McCarthy was a man before his time, he and Richard Perle could purge evil to ring
in right reason. The present cast of characters is the stuff of great theater;
Neo-Cons as inmates, wearing tattoos behind bars, would not do well as correctional
interdiction candidates; for these Hardened Xenophobes the conviction of their
rectitude drives their agenda their cast and lot seems preordained
to behave as automatons programmed to repeat the same error message. A prolapsed
anus may be the only cure for Extremism in the Defense of Liberty.
quantum mechanics, the observer affects the outcome.
Game Theory and the Collective
Subjective wags the dog when Good Men do nothing.
Richard Armitage in Secret Garb.
and yes there is
a secret handshake that goes with The Look.
Nominee for Prolapse Experiment: Richard Armitage
is exemplary in many respects, his mere presense seems to be a prolapse in process
already. His present condition is conducive to a rupture of some sort.
Trials are Complete and all the Dots are Connected
first to receive Prolapse Therapy are:
Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz
Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Douglas
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
Vice President Dick Cheney
National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice
and of course
Karl Rove the
special planner for the Conservatory for the Preservation of the Status Quo
Knuckle Walkers will be relieved of pathologies that have plagued our national
If success is achieve there is a long list of alturnate
candidates for prolapse therapy.
own prayer that our efforts will be a light unto future generations endeavoring
to turn night into day and day into night.'
in Karl Rove's Brain
How Mark Hanna destroyed William Jennings
By Jonathan Alter
Posted Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2004, at 3:09
"McKinley's close adviser, Mark Hanna, was the country's first
In Canton, [Karl] Rove had insisted on visiting the McKinley
'It was like a pilgrimage,' recalled one of his hosts."
Newsweek, Sept. 6, 2004
All messages standard
Cable Night Letter
1900, August 30 p.m. 11:17
President William McKinley
My Dear President. Stop. Congratulations on your magnificent nomination for second
term. Stop. Some thoughts herein on glorious Republican National Convention and
forthcoming autumn campaign. Stop.
Our fisticuffs with William Jennings
Bryan a brilliant success as we arranged for orator after orator to punch out
his lights. Stop. Commencing with Remember the Maine Night Bryan made to appear
soft on Havana terror. Stop. Plan is to step it up and say that all U.S. battleships
will be sunk if quote "wrong choice" unquote made. Stop. Anarchists
will bomb public squares. Stop.
Day after day Democratic candidate
resoundingly shown as stinking mackerel flopping and flipping on deck of ship
of state. Stop. This fellow just another straw-hatted, saltwater-taffy-licking
Nebraska progressive and product of the debauched culture of the Gay '90s. Stop.
He even rode bicycle wearing skin-tight knickers! Exclamation point. Fortunately
Bryan full of thorns now for resisting our imperialism policy. Stop. With swarthy
eyebrows and that silky mane he looks Spanish. Stop.
More fair and balanced
commentary forthwith. Stop. Campaign mission not accomplished until Nebraska seen
less as Cornhusker State than den of iniquity for socialistic knaves with no moral
values. Stop. New drawing-room focus conclaves show voting public willing to see
us hit below the waistcoat, like Blaine against Cleveland's illegitimate child
in '84. Stop. Pinkerton agents think Bryan laundress might be promising lead.
At Democratic Convention in Kansas City Bryan lambasted imperialism
as quote "profitable for the Army contractors" unquote. Does not your
brother with the old bank troubles and the vice president receive gratuities from
such companies? Question mark. To forestall inquiry I have transferred Standard
Oil stock to Miss Ida Tarbell and 40 Armour hams to U. Sinclair and arranged quote
"friendly" unquote midnight meeting at the docks between Pullman strikebreakers
and this Lincoln Steffens. Stop. New policy toward yellow press comes from vice
president quote "Muck off!" exclamation point, unquote.
than $3 million in McKinley coffers we have raised most campaign money ever thanks
to policy of favoring wealthy trusts and robber barons under all circumstances.
Stop. Suggest we use some funds to link Democrats to anarchists and Wobblies in
the streets. Stop. Tough Cuba policy should help in Florida and high tariffs in
West Virginia, even if they violate all of your conservative principles. Stop.
While recognizing that Teddy Roosevelt has no use for you as a person, I remain
gratified that in the convention hall he decried L. Frank Baum, sitting in the
galleries wearing a baseball cap, as a quote "disingenuous novel-maker"
unquote for depicting you as a fraudulent and not terribly bright wizard who sat
for seven and a half minutes reading My Pet Toto while the Emerald City burned.
Strategy is to triumph by going directly at Bryan strengths. Stop.
So now will portray him as enemy of agriculture in league with sinners of the
cities. Stop. You and Mrs. McKinley should continue in public to honor and respect
his service to the church while we turn one of the most religious men ever to
run for president into a blasphemer and atheist with the help of an organization
called Christian Soldiers for Truth. Stop. This organization is preparing illustrations
and banners independent of us! Exclamation point. These attest to Bryan supporting
Darwin's theory of evolution and opposing the biblical truth of creation. Stop.
None of these men were ever present for Bryan's daily prayer sessions or for the
fiery baptisms he routinely performed in the river, but they deny he did so and
they argue that his Cross of Gold speech is an affront to our Lord and Savior
because real cross was made of wood. Stop. Their efforts will assure that voters
forget that your own last appearance in church came in 1872 in Alabama and that
even then you skipped the sermon and snuck out to the front porch for a smoke.
I shall close with my own prayer that our efforts will be a light
unto future generations endeavoring to turn night into day and day into night.
Karl Rove, to have a role model like Mark Hanna is like having Jim Jones poster
boy for Kool-Aid.
own prayer that our efforts will be a light unto future generations endeavoring
to turn night into day and day into night.'
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Vulcan Rehab w/ Knuckle Walk
Law of Attraction and Repulsion
it is not proved that much can be done for Xenophobic Behavior, there should be
some method for testing the Prolapse Hypothesis, it has been suggested that one
not affiliated with the Pentagon Office of Special Plans Staff should stand as
a likely candidate. A candidate with similar credentials and persuasions would
be a sufficient proof to scientifically demonstrate the efficacy of the procedure.
As a Neo-Con
is necessary for such an experiment, Richard Armitage was suggested. A man with
solid Neo-Con credentials Armitage goes way back to the Iran-Contra days of heady
rightious tinkering for the sake of the American Way.
nothing to his diplomatic skills Assistant Secretary of State, Richard Armitage
is not really needed for any diplomatic ability or strategic thinking; his position
is an embassasment to the Department of State, he would not be missed from the
duty roster. His appointment was slipped through like a slippery losenge, his
contribution to diplomacy is similar to the contribution of a nudibranch to the
Experiment: "Richard Armitage is the best possible choice for remission trials.
" A Walter Reed Hospital spokesman stated, "If the remission is sustainable
and not just the Placebo Effect this will ring in a new era for Fascist thinking
all over the world. This may be a new lease on life for the Far Right Fringe.
Despite the distinctive knuckle walk of prolapse therapy, patients can lead full
and useful lives."
much is known. To demonstrate efficacy, there is much more to explore by wise
use of the Prolapse Hypothesis on Chauvinistic Xenophobia. One would not have
to bother with the old long and arduous pedagogic approach to this condition;
crash courses in the humanities is not always sufficient to change this pathology
in some instances. If Armitage responds favorably to therapy, the entire Neo-Conservative
ranks could be cured in a matter of days.
works both ways, as concerned citizens, we all should hope for the best when dealing
with human life no matter how rapacious and callous, duplicitous or repulsive.
Revolutionary Xenophobic Neo-Cons might, by virtue of their penchant
for conspiracy, expect Counter Revolutionary Xenophobia Therapies; These people
are not without counter measure, strategies to preserve their revolutionary vision
for the world. Stealth in aprehension is of the upmost importance when dealing
with Chauvinistic Xenophobia.
Eva Saint Peron
the dots for the silver bullet
Probe Finds Secret Pentagon Group
Manipulated Intelligence on Iraqi Threat
by Jason Leopold
July 25, 2003
A half-dozen former CIA agents investigating prewar intelligence have found
that a secret Pentagon committee, set up by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
in October 2001, manipulated reams of intelligence information prepared by the
spy agency on the so-called Iraqi threat and then delivered it to top White House
officials who used it to win support for a war in Iraq.
More than a dozen
calls to the White House, the CIA, the National Security Council and the Pentagon
for comment were not returned.
The ad-hoc committee, called the Office of
Special Plans, headed by Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, Undersecretary
of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith and other Pentagon hawks, described the worst-case
scenarios in terms of Iraq's alleged stockpile of chemical and biological weapons
and claimed the country was close to acquiring nuclear weapons, according to four
of the CIA agents, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the information
is still classified, who conducted a preliminary view of the intelligence.
The agents said the Office of Special Plans is responsible for providing the National
Security Council and Vice President Dick Cheney, National Security Adviser Condoleeza
Rice and Rumsfeld with the bulk of the intelligence information on Iraq's weapons
program that turned out to be wrong. But White House officials used the information
it received from the Office of Special Plans to win support from the public and
Congress to start a war in Iraq even though the White House knew much of the information
was dubious, the CIA agents said.
For example, the agents said the Office
of Special Plans told the National Security Council last year that Iraq's attempt
to purchase aluminum tubes were part of a clandestine program to build an atomic
bomb. The Office of Special Plans leaked the information to the New York Times
last September. Shortly after the story appeared in the paper, Bush and Rice both
pointed to the story as evidence that Iraq posed a grave threat to the United
States and to its neighbors in the Middle East, even though experts in the field
of nuclear science, the CIA and the State Department advised the White House that
the aluminum tubes were not designed for an atomic bomb.
CIA had been unable to develop any links between Iraq and the terrorist group
al-Qaeda. But under Feith's direction, the Office of Special Plans came up with
information of such links by looking at existing intelligence reports that they
felt might have been overlooked or undervalued. The Special Plans office provided
the information to the Pentagon and to the White House. During a Pentagon briefing
last year, Rumsfeld said he had "bulletproof" evidence that Iraq was
harboring al-Qaeda terrorists.
At a Pentagon news conference last year, Rumsfeld
said of the intelligence gathered by Special Plans: "Gee, why don't you go
over and brief George Tenet? So they did. They went over and briefed the CIA.
So there's no there's no mystery about all this."
CIA analysts listened
to the Pentagon team, nodded politely, and said, "Thank you very much,"
said one government official, according to a July 20 report in the New York Times.
That official said the briefing did not change the agency's reporting or analysis
in any substantial way.
Several current and former intelligence officials
told the Times that they felt pressure to tailor reports to conform to the administration's
views, "particularly the theories Feith's group developed."
the agents said the Office of Special Plans routinely rewrote the CIA's intelligence
estimates on Iraq's weapons programs, removing caveats such as "likely,"
"probably" and "may" as a way of depicting the country as
an imminent threat. The agents would not identify the names of the individuals
at the Office of Special Plans who were responsible for providing the White House
with the wrong intelligence. But, the agents said, the intelligence gathered by
the committee sometimes went directly to the White House, Cheney's office and
to Rice without first being vetted by the CIA.
In cases where the CIA's intelligence
wasn't rewritten the Office of Special Plans provided the White House with questionable
intelligence it gathered from Iraqi exiles from the Iraqi National Congress, a
group headed by Ahmad Chalabi, a person whom the CIA has publicly said is unreliable,
the CIA agents said.
More than a dozen CIA agents responsible for writing
intelligence reports for the agency told the former CIA agents investigating the
accuracy of the intelligence reports said they were pressured by the Pentagon
and the Office of Special Plans to hype and exaggerate intelligence to show Iraq
as being an imminent threat to the security of the U.S.
The White House has
been dogged by questions for nearly a month on whether the intelligence information
it had relied upon was accurate and whether top White House officials knowingly
used unreliable information to build a case for war. The furor started when President
Bush said in his January State of the Union address that Iraq had tried to purchase
uranium ore from Africa. Bush credited British intelligence for the claims, but
the intelligence was based on forged documents. The Office of Special Plans is
responsible for advising the White House to allow Bush to use the uranium claims
in his speech, according to Democratic Senators and a CIA agent who are privy
to classified information surrounding the issue.
CIA Director George Tenet
took responsibility last week for allowing Bush to cite the information, despite
the fact that he had warned the Rice's office that the claims were likely wrong.
Earlier this week, Stephen Hadley, an aide to Rice, said he received two memos
from the CIA last year and before Bush's State of the Union address alerting him
to the fact that the uranium information should not be included in the State of
the Union address. Hadley, who also took responsibility for failing to remove
the uranium reference from Bush's speech, said he forgot to advise the President
about the CIA's warnings.
Hawks in the White House and the Pentagon seized
upon the uranium claims before and after Bush's State of the Union address, telling
reporters, lawmakers and leaders of other nations that the only thing that can
be done to disarm Saddam Hussein is a preemptive strike against his country.
The only White House official who didn't cite the uranium claim is Secretary of
State Colin Powell. According to Greg Thielmann, who resigned last year from the
State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research whose duties included
tracking Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs he personally told
Powell that the allegations were "implausible" and the intelligence
it was based upon was a "stupid piece of garbage."
the former head of worldwide human intelligence gathering for the Defense Intelligence
Agency, which coordinates military intelligence, said the Office of Special Plans
"cherry-picked the intelligence stream" in a bid to portray Iraq as
an imminent threat. Lang said in interviews with several media outlets that the
CIA had "no guts at all" to resist the allegedly deliberate skewing
of intelligence by a Pentagon that he said was now dominating U.S. foreign policy.
Vince Cannistraro, a former chief of CIA counter-terrorist operations, said he
has spoken to a number of working intelligence officers who blame the Pentagon
for playing up "fraudulent" intelligence, "a lot of it sourced
from the Iraqi National Congress of Ahmad Chalabi."
In an October 11,
2002 report in the Los Angeles Times, several CIA agents "who brief Rumsfeld
and Wolfowitz on Iraq routinely return to the agency with a long list of complaints
and demands for new analysis or shifts in emphasis."
"There is a
lot of unhappiness with the analysis," usually because it is seen as not
hard-line enough, one intelligence official said, according to the paper.
Another government official said CIA agents "are constantly sent back by
the senior people at Defense and other places to get more, get more, get more
to make their case," the paper reported.
Now, as U.S. military casualties
have surpassed that of the first Gulf War, Democrats in Congress and the Senate
are starting to question whether other information about the Iraqi threat cited
by Bush and his staff was reliable or part of a coordinated effort by the White
House to politicize the intelligence to win support for a war.
Select Committee on Intelligence is investigating the issue but so far neither
the Senate intelligence committee nor any Congressional committee has launched
an investigation into the Office of Special Plans. But that may soon change.
Based on several news reports into the activities of the Office of Special Plans,
a number of lawmakers have called for an investigation into the group. Congresswoman
Ellen Tauscher, D-California, who sits on the House Armed Services Committee,
wrote a letter July 9 to Congressman Duncan Hunter, R-California, chairman of
the Armed Services committee, calling for an investigation into the Office of
The Office of Special Plans should be examined to determine
whether it "complemented, competed with, or detracted from the role of other
United States intelligence agencies respecting the collection and use of intelligence
relating to Iraqi weapons of mass destruction and war planning. I also think it
is important to understand how having two intelligence agencies within the Pentagon
impacted the Department of Defense's ability to focus the necessary resources
and manpower on pre-war planning and post-war operations," Tauscher's letter
Congressman David Obey, D-Wisconsin, also called for a widespread investigation
of the Office of Special Plans to find out whether there is any truth to the claims
that it willfully manipulated intelligence on the Iraqi threat. During a Congressional
briefing July 8, Obey described what he knew about Special Plans and why an investigation
into the group is crucial.
"A group of civilian employees in the Office
of the Secretary of Defense, all of whom are political employees have long been
dissatisfied with the information produced by the established intelligence agencies
both inside and outside the Department. That was particularly true, apparently,
with respect to the situation in Iraq," Obey said. "As a result, it
is reported that they established a special operation within the Office of the
Secretary of Defense, which was named the Office of Special Plans. That office
was charged with collecting, vetting, and disseminating intelligence completely
outside the normal intelligence apparatus. In fact, it appears that the information
collected by this office was in some instances not even shared with the established
intelligence agencies and in numerous instances was passed on to the National
Security Council and the President without having been vetted with anyone other
than (the Secretary of Defense)."
"It is further alleged that the
purpose of this operation was not only to produce intelligence more in keeping
with the pre-held views of those individuals, but to intimidate analysts in the
established intelligence organizations to produce information that was more supportive
of policy decisions which they had already decided to propose."
War was waged by those who say"
here, guns, booze and religion is all we got to sustain. Without The Rapture there
ain't nothing good come my way."