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who carries the burden of proof?


INCOMING!!!!!!! said…

one of the things that is never mentioned is human sacrifice.

Say those words and immediately people think of living hearts being ripped out at the top of a pyramid somewhere hot.

If you take a very cold eye and run it's stare over the modern world you can see it's largest,though not only, imprint in Medicine.

No one asks why?
Greg Bacon said…
If the wealthy elite want to wipe out 6 billion people to keep the planet for themselves, let them have a world filled with 6 billion putrifying corpses... and then the 6 billion skeletons that will be a silent testimony to their crimes.

Who in their right mind would want to live in that hell?

But maybe I just answered that question.
A. Peasant said…

yes i'm down with that angle. satanic ritual abuse on a massive scale. i have a personal interest in this particular aspect of what's going on and the organ trafficking is so important because it's a very obvious way of seeing that for people who would be otherwise not able to comprehend, where the medical establishment, weather control, war, etc. involve plausible deniability.

i do not suffer from a failure of imagination, lucky girl that i am.
Greg Bacon said…
Here's something that doens't need much imagination to see where this is heading:

U.S. to Accuse Iran of Having Secret Nuclear Fuel Facility September 25, 2009

PITTSBURGH — President Obama and the leaders of Britain and France will accuse Iran Friday of building a secret underground plant to manufacture nuclear fuel, saying it has hidden the covert operation from international weapons inspectors for years, according to senior administration officials.

The revelation, which the three leaders will make before the opening of the Group of 20 economic summit here, appears bound to add urgency to the diplomatic confrontation with Iran over its suspected ambitions to build a nuclear weapons capability. Mr. Obama, along with Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain and President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, will demand that the country allow the International Atomic Energy Agency to conduct an immediate inspection of the facility, which is said to be 100 miles southwest of Tehran....

I like how the writer slys infers that the reason we didn't find Saddam's nukes and bomb plant is that because we warned him ahead of time.

Last poll I saw showed about 59% of Americans behind the bombing of Iran.

They might just get their wish.
A. Peasant said…
greg, look at this from bbc:

The US, UK and France are set to accuse Iran of concealing the plant later on Friday, media reports say.

They and other Western nations have long feared that Iran is planning to develop an atomic weapon.
The IAEA confirmed it received a letter from Iran on Monday informing it that "a new pilot fuel enrichment plant is under construction".

Iran told the agency that no nuclear material had been introduced into the plant, and enrichment levels would only be high enough to make nuclear fuel, not a bomb.

...This development will encourage fears that Iran has other secret facilities that could be used to make a nuclear bomb, the BBC's Tehran correspondent, Jon Leyne, says in London.

Greg Bacon said…
Yeah, the story has gone viral, not because of popularity, but because of the big plan to nuke Iran.

The London Times and the JPost have it also, as I imagine many of the planet's bigger MSM outlets do.

I imagine FUX and CNN will have a field day trying to scare the hell out of people.

It's just a coincidence that the UN passed that resolution about nuclear disarmament a day or two ago.
malcontent said…
The Today Show this morning was in full War Dance mode this morning with "enrichment facility" being used as a pronoun for munitions.

The sales job just kicked into overdrive.
Greg Bacon said…
I watched MSNBC for a bit, until I got nauseous.

They had a round table of 'experts,' squawking like hungry chickens about Iran.

And no surprise, most were 'Tribe' members.
Greg Bacon said…
Surprise, surprise. The New York times deleted my comments about the Iran story.

I didn't make any threats, nor use cuss words and kept it short.

I did ask if we were being sold another bill of goods and as long as we're looking into ME nukes, then Israel should open up its nuclear weapon facilities.

But the comments that advocate the bombing of Iran stay.
malcontent said…
Greenwald is highlighting David Brook's warmongering in the NYT today too.
A. Peasant said…
greenwald is spot on

*some* bunnies are going to be rotting in h-e-double hockey sticks
Greg Bacon said…
Maybe this is all show to keep the war mongering turned up full blast to keep people cowering in fear, they're much more compliant that way.

And this dog and pony show will provide cover for burying that Goldstone report.

Whatever it is, this Zionist war mongering has got to stop.
Don't those fuckers have anything better to do?
A. Peasant said…
nope. apparently not. they have no lives they are pathetic losers who can't succeed without cheating and lying. and i bet they all have puny dicks too.
INCOMING!!!!!!! said…
AP just mulling through and've put me in the OW alongside...well I'm speechless.

Thanks muckle.
malcontent said…
Right on cue Bin Laden speaks from beyond the grave today too...
Greg Bacon said…
The dead man will stop being so chatty after General Westmoreland gets more toys to fight the never ending war in Afghanistan.
A. Peasant said…
well hey, you are welcome. !! ;)