Sunday, January 3, 2010

The agenda continues

Well, it seems we don’t even need a real terrorist event anymore for the elitists to push forward with the surveillance grid. Only the suspicion off a terrorist thingy or an elusive Al-Qaeda statement is enough to make every normal citizen into a butt-monkey.

The Head-boy of the British Isles, Prime Mentalist Gorgon Brownie, has given the go-ahead for full body scanners to be introduced at Britain's airports, and those funny national identity-cards aren’t far behind. And apparently the Gorgon and his thugs aren’t alone, the Italian fascist-machine and other countries are spitting out similar stupidities.

The story doesn’t tell us what this will do to poor guards at the airport watching said Gorgon go through one of those machines. I mean, the guy is kind of flabby and disgusting with a suit and makeup on, how would someone react to see him naked? But the high and mighty will probably not haft to stand for such nuisances anyway, that’s for the common man.

And how long will it take before some security-guy sells naked pictures of Jennifer Lopez and Al Franken?

At the same time the UK and US combined war-machine is rattling again, this time it’s the poor country of Yemen (well, Somalia as well, but no one cares about that) something I’ve been writing about for almost a year now, just waiting for those Yemen rebels to blow up some Saudi Oil-rigs and what fun things we will see. And Oduma, the most warmongering president in US history, need his enemies so no one detects how he fucks up the American economy.

Millions of Pakistani refugees, families slaughtered in Afghanistan and sovereign countries getting bombed aren’t enough for the powers that be. They need more.
And stop and think for a moment. The unprecedented decline in civil liberties we’ve seen since 9/11 was bad, but what do you think will happen when the ‘terrorists’ hit again? That you can be sure of you know, no matter how good your intentions are or even if you believe in the crap either side says, you cannot go around bombing, killing, murdering and force millions of people into starvation without feeling the repercussions.

Do we have any liberties left they can take away?

Not really, I cannot think of a single thing they don’t have their dirty mittens on. They can, however, tighten the screws a bit further. Maybe only cleared dignitaries are allowed to fly in the future? Maybe only the government approved will be allowed to use internet? And maybe, just maybe, we need to change our laws so we can keep our current administration a while longer. Democracy means instability you know; we need a firm grip and a stabile government to protect us. And Oduma won the Nobel Peace Prize (Haha…), certainly such a hero of the people need to sit in power for at least 30 years.

The last time I passed through Heathrow I was searched, stripped, stopped, scanned, photographed, video-taped endless times, so I really need to wonder; do they/we need any additional protection? If so, maybe they could start with closing down the stores - were you can buy knifes, flammable fluids and bomb making material - that exists once you passed all the controls. For some reason you can shop at terrorist’R’us after your check-in and after they’ve scanned you 10 times. But off you go shopping and then you can fly with the rest of the idiots carrying lots of chemicals, weapons and such you bought AFTER the controls.

This world is so bloody stupid.


  1. Pakistan: Over 700 Civilians Killed in US Drone Strikes

    Global Research, January 3, 2010
    Dawn News - 2010-01-02

    PESHAWAR: Of the 44 predator strikes carried out by US drones in the tribal areas of Pakistan over the past 12 months, only five were able to hit their actual targets, killing five key Al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders, but at the cost of over 700 innocent civilians.

    According to the statistics compiled by Pakistani authorities, the Afghanistan-based US drones killed 708 people in 44 predator attacks targeting the tribal areas between January 1and December 31, 2009.

    For each Al Qaeda and Taliban terrorist killed by US drones, 140 innocent Pakistanis also had to die. Over 90 per cent of those killed in the deadly missile strikes were civilians, claim authorities.

    The success percentage for the drone hits during 2009 was hardly 11 per cent. On average, 58 civilians were killed in these attacks every month, 12 persons every week and almost two people every day. Most of the attacks were carried out on the basis of human intelligence, reportedly provided by the Pakistani and Afghan tribesmen, who are spying for the US-led allied forces in Afghanistan.

    Of the five successful predator attacks carried out in 2009, the first one came on January 1, which reportedly killed two senior al-Qaeda leaders – Usama al-Kin and Sheikh Ahmed Salim – both wanted by the American Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Kin was the chief operational commander of Al-Qaeda in Pakistan and had replaced Abu Faraj Al Libi after his arrest in 2004.

    The second successful drone attack was conducted on August 5 in South Waziristan that killed the most wanted fugitive chief of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Baitullah Mehsud along with his wife.

    The US State Department had announces a $5million head money for information leading to Baitullah, making him the only Pakistani fugitive with the head money separately announced by Islamabad and Washington. –DawnNews

  2. Om inte säkerhetsfolket hade granskat dig extra noga på flygplatsen hade det väl ändå varit ett stort underbetyg för säkerhetstjänsten :) Tack för en intressant blogg.

  3. @Johan Y:
    Sant, blev som enda person stoppad två gånger av polisen både på inresan och utresan. De övriga blev på sin höjd stoppad av vanliga kontrollpersonalen.

    Undrar om jag ens blir insläppt i USA...

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