Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Nemo's World: Fightin' Words

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With all due respect to those who are indeed fighting "the good fight", it is the obnoxious demagogues cited below (among others) who need to be ground into the dirt from whence they sprang, if anything is to change. While outwardly "oblivious" to the *realities* of these barbaric, utterly unprovoked, GENOCIDAL attacks perpetrated by the government of Israel -- totally unrecognizable as any appropriate, proportional form of military "response" -- these frothing NeoConNazi cheerleaders would have the US not only *support* this Zionist bloodbath, but purposefully *escalate* it into a full-blown regional holocaust, based solely on their coldly opportunistic, rampantly militaristic, and utterly racist fantasies about "ultimate culpability"!

When is enough finally ENOUGH?? It's clearly time to purge this country -- by any means necessary -- of its insatiably bloodthirsty Nazi wannabes, who invariably sit comfortably desk-bound as they advocate the wholesale slaughter of OTHERS, primarily innocents!

Energised Neo-Cons Say Israel's Fight is Washington's
by Jim Lobe [IPS]

Seeing a major opportunity to regain influence lost as a result of setbacks in Iraq, prominent neo-conservatives are calling for unconditional U.S. support for Israel's military offensives in Gaza and Lebanon and "regime change" in Syria and Iran, as well as possible U.S. attacks on Tehran's nuclear facilities in retaliation for its support of Hezbollah.

In a Weekly Standard column entitled "Our War", editor William Kristol Sunday called Iran "the prime mover behind the terrorist groups who have started this war" which, he argued, should be considered part of "the global struggle against radical Islamism."

He complained that Washington recently has done a "poor job of standing up and weakening Syria and Iran" and called on President George W. Bush himself to fly directly from the "silly (Group of Eight) summit in St. Petersburg... to Jerusalem, the capital of a nation that stands with us, and is willing to fight with us, against our common enemies."

"This is our war, too," according to Kristol, who is also a founder and co-chairman of the recently lapsed Project for the New American Century (PNAC).

"All of us in the free world owe Israel an enormous thank-you for defending freedom, democracy, and security against the Iranian cat's-paw wholly-owned terrorist subsidiaries Hezbollah and Hamas," echoed Larry Kudlow, a neo-conservative commentator, at the Standard's right-wing competitor, The National Review. ...
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For additional insights into the true nature of the modern "Republican" mindset, see John Dean's Triumph of the Authoritarians. Any gap between this twisted ideology and the historical realities of Germany's own experiment with National Socialism is barely distinguishable.

It's time to exorcise this foul NeoConNazi appartion -- the ceaseless purveyor of vicious lies, belligerence, misery, and death -- and permanently lay it to rest. It's time for those who call for war and MORE war as a proposed "solution" to receive a taste of it themselves.

~Nemo

27 Comments:

Blogger Brian said...

"It's time for those who call for war and MORE war as a proposed "solution" to receive a taste of it themselves."

That happened on Sept 11. They just don't get it. Killing innocent people is wrong no matter what side is doing it. Israel, Hizbullah, Iraq, USA, Canada...whoever.

Wed Jul 19, 06:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Incidentally, talk about "the fox guarding the hen house" *and* "one hand not knowing what the other is doing"! Whatever the facts behind this brazen obstruction of justice, we assuredly have a dictatorship in the White House -- the Bush Regime, by its reckoning, *is* the law: Bush Blocked Ethics Inquiry, Gonzales Says [New York Times] ==== Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday that President Bush had personally decided to block the Justice Department ethics unit from examining the role played by government lawyers in approving the National Security Agency's domestic eavesdropping program. === Mr. Gonzales made the assertion in response to questioning from Senator Arlen Specter, Republican of Pennsylvania and chairman of the committee. Mr. Specter said the Office of Professional Responsibility at the Justice Department had to call off an investigation into the conduct of department lawyers who evaluated the surveillance program because the unit was denied clearance to review classified documents. ...

Wed Jul 19, 06:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

"It's time for those who call for war and MORE war as a proposed "solution" to receive a taste of it themselves." That happened on Sept 11. ..." ==== Brian: I'm not at all sure that it did, except perhaps in a vague, *generalized* sort of way. The victims of the 9/11 attacks -- regardless of who was ultimately responsible for the stunning success of those strikes -- were indeed, by and large, completely *innocent* victims. ==== But the people identified here -- these rabid NeoConNazis so fervently lustful for war -- are clearly not! They now fanatically call for deliberate US military strikes against nations and people who are ostensibly completely *uninvolved* in the current Mideast carnage, which is -- with rare exceptions -- strictly attributable to Israel. (I believe today's "score" is something like 230 to 13 -- civilian dead in Lebanon vs. in Israel, that is.) ==== I agree with you wholeheartedly that killing innocents is NO solution, hence my utter disgust with the reprehensible tactics of Israel's government. But it is the *US* NeoConNazis who are entirely to blame for the bloody incursions into Afghanistan and Iraq. It is they who pushed that savage "rationale" of "pre-emptive [= aggressive] wars" to "assure US dominance". And they have since remained remarkably impervious, basking in perceived impunity for crimes of their own making. Now, they cry out for MORE bloodhed, for what clearly appears to be crass *political* reasons alone. In that case, I say, let it be THEIR blood that is spilt! This country and the world have had ENOUGH of these loathsome Chickenhawks and their odious "agenda".

Wed Jul 19, 07:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

And just to add to the *already* "festive" mood in the Middle East: Turkey Signals It's Prepared to Enter Iraq ==== Turkish officials signaled Tuesday they are prepared to send the army into northern Iraq if U.S. and Iraqi forces do not take steps to combat Turkish Kurdish guerrillas there - a move that could put Turkey on a collision course with the United States. ==== Turkey is facing increasing domestic pressure to act after 15 soldiers, police and guards were killed fighting the guerrillas in southeastern Turkey in the past week. ... ==== [Seems Turkey's government may be taking its own cues for territorial expansion from the pretexts employed by the US NeoConNazis. Trouble with some TURKISH Kurds? Why, the "obvious" solution is ... Invade IRAQ! Right??] %^}

Wed Jul 19, 08:54:00 PM  
Blogger politiques USA said...

The author from angryarab.blogspot.com, asa'ad abu khalil has been demonized by Rush Limbaugh today:

RUSH: It's probably because I didn't see Jane Harman say it, because I don't watch Sunday chat shows anymore. I, my friends, on Sundays now have better things to do. I pay people to watch that stuff and report to me anything interesting. The story I have about Resolution 1559, Security Council Resolution 1559, and he's exactly right. It's designed to disarm Hezbollah and get them out of southern Lebanon. There is a professor at Cal State Stanislaus who is actually a visiting professor now at the University of California Berkeley, his name is As'ad AbuKhalil, and he is a committed anti-Semite. He hates Israel, just despises Israel, and he granted an interview to al-Jazeera, and he said in this interview that the current Middle East crisis is an international conspiracy, a secret conspiracy to enforce UN Security Council Resolution 1559. This guy totally supports Hezbollah. He's teaching at the University of California at Berkeley. He hates Israel. He is accusing the United States and other nations -- including the Saudis and others, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt -- of being in on this conspiracy.

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_071906/content/cutting_edge.guest.html

That fat drugged up Rush Limbaugh...

Wed Jul 19, 10:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Barnita said...

I'm finally here. Had to use pkblogs.com - but I'm here. The bastards cut us off from blogger. Must read your comments.

Thu Jul 20, 12:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Barnita said...

Its horrible how Indians are cheering Israel on - even the really sane and smart people -peace is not an option. After last tuesdays attacks - Indians are convinced that our Government needs to learn from Bush and Israel and defend its own. Its frustrating. I spent 4 days away from Thorn -tree and I've begun to doubt my beliefs - if everyone believes its right - it must be right - its scary. Downright scary. I've begun to keep quite now - my arguments are alienating me from the rest of the blinded masses fanatically waving their stupid blue and white flags.

Thu Jul 20, 07:05:00 AM  
Anonymous ML said...

Its horrible how Indians are cheering Israel on -

Sheds a whole new light on the recent train bombings. Cui bono? Another Mossad false-flag if you ask me.

Barnita, you may be able to bypass current web restrictions by using the tools at logmein.com.

Thu Jul 20, 09:22:00 AM  
Anonymous ML said...

Interview: Daniel Ellsburg states he's seen enough evidence to warrant an investigation of top US government officials for their complicity in the 9-11 attacks. Warns of possibility of a false-flag incident in the near future to justify war on Iran and martial law in ther US.

Thu Jul 20, 02:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Barnita: With so much propaganda and hype following hot on the trail of those events, it's likely prudent to at least assume direct involvement in the bombings by intelligence agencies, particularly the CIA's Special Operations Division. Even that astoundingly "convenient" date fully supports such a "false flag" contention: Bid to Make 7/11 India's 9/11 ==== After the United States' 9/11 and Britain's 7/7 comes India's 7/11 - that is how powerful sections of opinion-makers are trying to project the two series of bomb blasts that shook India on July 11, claiming a combined toll of about 210 human lives. ==== Obvious is the objective of such a presentation of the terrorist strikes in Srinagar, capital of the India-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir, and Mumbai (formerly Bombay), the country's financial capital. The series of dates aims to stress the place of India in the "alliance against global terror." The aim is also to call upon India's rulers to play a role befitting an alliance led by George W. Bush and his loyal Western lieutenants like Tony Blair. ... ==== According to the far right and its many friends in the media, India's reaction to 7/11 should be as bloody as the Bush regime's to 9/11, and as contemptuous of human rights considerations and norms of international conduct. They concede that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's government cannot quite emulate the example of mighty Washington. But India, they insist, must at least imitate the current offensive of Israel. ... ==== [A militant, Nazi "rallying cry" if ever I heard one! The devil -- or, more precisely, "the Great Satan" -- is clearly seeking another pact.]

Thu Jul 20, 02:42:00 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

India too?

If there is one nation on Earth that should understand about the humiliation and desperation that occupation brings....

Because this is, still, about Palestine. Hezbollah wasn't formed in response to the Palestinian occupation, but they've kept their swords sharp these last few years because of the continued attrocities in the territories.

And because they knew that this day would eventually come.

Israel needs "breathing room".

Thanks Nemo for the scathing post, you always seem to find the words I'm lacking :)

Thu Jul 20, 03:07:00 PM  
Anonymous ML said...

FYI, Israel has been selling military equipment, weapons technology, military secrets, and providing special forces training India's troops for years now.

Mossad facilitating an attack on India and framing militant Muslims from Pakistan will help provoke a confrontation between India and Pakistan, the latter being the only Muslim country with nukes. The Mumbai bombings provided India with its own 9-11 to blame on Pakistan, diverted attention from Gaza, and the Lebanon attacks a couple days later, and provides yet another talking point for Israel Firsters in line with their "See? See how evil those Muslims are?" nonsense.

The writing is on the wall:

Israel takes out Syria
US takes out Iran
India takes out Pakistan

Israel's wet dream of wiping out its perceived Muslim enemies takes on 3 nations at once.

Thu Jul 20, 03:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Yeah, there's "no truth at all" to the rumor that the Israel lobby has the bulk of the US Congress squarely in its hip pocket [end cynicism]: Mideast Conflict Boosts Chances of Iran-US Showdown, by Jim Lobe [IPS] ==== ... the U.S. Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a resolution that not only endorsed Israel's military actions in Gaza and Lebanon without calling on it to exercise any restraint, but also urged U.S. President George W. Bush to impose across-the-board diplomatic and economic sanctions on Tehran and Damascus. The House of Representatives was expected to pass a similar resolution Wednesday. ...

Thu Jul 20, 04:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

"you always seem to find the words I'm lacking" ==== Robert: I'm surprised I can even write *coherently* at this point. I am so utterly ENRAGED right now by this sleazy, sycophantic, inhuman US *support* of Israel's overt CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY that I'm strongly inclined to take up arms and fight for the Lebanese Resistance! To now see that our entire SENATE has universally *condoned* these heinous Zionist atrocities -- and is playing *right* into the hands of the NeoConNazi warmongers once again, by supporting blatantly irrational sanctions (a prelude to war) against merely *alleged* "instigators" Iran and Syria -- is more than I can bear without being inspired towards radical extremes. ==== This government has become a Fascist Mafia, plain and simple . It exhibits no more concern about freedom, human rights, decency, morality, or any semblance of "justice" than the rogue state of Israel itself! It has unmistakably degenerated into the very "Monster" described long ago by Steppenwolf. ==== You had asked the other day, "How does she make you feel?" At the time, I felt compelled to restrain myself from answering precisely, because my honest reply would have been "Livid, outraged, and --yes -- homicidal!" But I can no longer repress such sentiments . That is *exactly* how these deliberately savage acts of collective punishment by the Nazis of Israel makes me feel!

Thu Jul 20, 05:26:00 PM  
Blogger JasonJ said...

Nemo, curiously enough, John Dean was just on Wisconsin Public Radio last Friday 7/14 talking about his new book about authoritarian conservatism. He is an interesting man. This is the second time I've heard him interviewed on WPR. If you are interested, they archive all of their shows. He was on 7/14 with Kathleen Dunn and the show is 7/14D. There is a link to the archives page at www.wpr.org

Thu Jul 20, 05:50:00 PM  
Anonymous ML said...

Pop quiz! Who made the following two quotes? Key words and passages have been hidden in the following quotes with ???. Do they sound at all familiar? Click on the hyperlinked quotes to learn the answer. (Please don't spoil the fun for other readers. Thanks.)

If the ??? people lay down their weapons, the ???, according to the agreement between ???, would occupy all of ??? along with the greater part of the ???. An iron curtain would fall over this enormous territory controlled by the ???, behind which nations would be slaughtered."

"If the day should ever come when we must go, if some day we are compelled to leave the scene of history, we will slam the door so hard that the universe will shake and mankind will stand back in stupefaction..."

Thu Jul 20, 05:58:00 PM  
Blogger Again said...

ml,

do you know calvin.edu? Original articles, whole speeches

scaringly "modern" - not only in the "you did also wrong, so don't blame me for doing wrong either"-song...

the same kind of egotism and lack of self-criticism (yes, the latter is something positive, America!)

Fri Jul 21, 05:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Jason: Thanks for the tip. I've been following John Dean's writings for the last couple years now, so I'll definitely check out the link. Much obliged!

Fri Jul 21, 11:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

The resemblance is unmistakable!: Collective Punishment Isn't Self-Defense, by Ted Rall ==== ... Convinced that collective punishment was failing because it wasn't severe enough, the Fuehrer issued a September 1941 order to use "the harshest measures" against civilians in areas where the Resistance was active. Arguing that "only the [collective] death penalty can be a real means of deterrence," Hitler ordered that 50 civilians be executed for each German soldier killed. ... ==== Now Israel is "reacting" to the capture of two of its soldiers by the Palestinian resistance organization Hezbollah by invading and bombing Lebanon. Death tolls that fall disproportionately heavily upon Palestinians have long been a hallmark of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. During the 2000-03 intifada, for example, at least seven Palestinians were killed by Israelis for every Israeli killed by a Palestinian. Now, as of this writing, more than 500 Lebanese civilians have been killed by Israeli bombs. On the Israeli side, 15 civilians have died in Hezbollah rocket attacks and 14 soldiers have been killed in combat. ==== Current ratio: 30-to-1. ...

Fri Jul 21, 01:31:00 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

ML, the quotes on the pop quiz and the links were highly informative. Some of those I had not read.

Those that do not study the past....

Nemo, I understand your feelings completely.

Fri Jul 21, 01:33:00 PM  
Blogger Again said...

"Understanding the difference between self-defense and collective punishment is what separates Israel and the U.S.--on paper, anyway--from the Nazis." (from your link, nemo)

and from yours, ml: "If we are attacked we can only defend ourselves with guns not with butter."

self-defense, yes...

to quote Bill C.: "it all depends on what the meaning of the word.. is..."

Sat Jul 22, 07:05:00 AM  
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Sat Jul 22, 07:05:00 AM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Jason: TruthOut has now posted an excerpt from John Dean's new book, and it's quite a SHOCKER! If this is the type of totally degenerate scum that now dominates Washington -- and that certainly has seemed the case for a LONG time now -- we're desperately *overdue* for an old-fashioned revolution in this country: The Authoritarian Streak in the Conservative Movement ==== The despotic personality types we see in the Bush White House have their origins in the amoral politics practiced by the low-lifes of the Nixon administration. [The following is excerpted from John Dean's new book, Conservatives Without a Conscience.] ... ==== Having read that in its entirety, I can easily see where goons like Rocco DePimpo take their "cues" from. === And for anyone who hasn't already seen it, I'd also recommend: Democracy in Crisis - Interview with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. [BradBlog.com]. Like RFK Jr.'s previous report, it provides a rather dramatic perspective correction on our alleged "democracy".

Sat Jul 22, 07:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

ML: A bit belatedly, I must say your contention regarding possible Mossad involvement in the Indian bombings seems entirely plausible. But then, anymore I can hardly tell the difference between the US and Israel. You'd think that rogue nation was actually our 51st "state", for all the fawning deference afforded it, even as it currently engages in overtly genocidal attacks in Lebanon, much to the detriment of our own country.

Sat Jul 22, 08:21:00 PM  
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