Saturday, May 12, 2012

Syria: Obama & Company Lying To American Public

 "US Secretary Of Defense Leon Panetta admits that Al Qaeda Sunni-extremists are indeed operating in Syria, his feigning ignorance of the extent to which they are operating there should be considered in the context that he and his colleagues are the very ones that organized, armed, and sent them." emphasis mine Storm'n Norm'n
In an earlier post (Re-thinking Assad) I stated the following:
Perhaps you should rethink who's side we should be supporting. Assad is fighting off the friends of Obama and company...they are mostly Sunni Muslims (Muslim Brotherhood etc.) The main stream media and the United Nations are quite proud of their world-wide indoctrination of the 'people'... they have convinced most people that Assad is killing his own people and this is simply not true. It's a religious war of sorts, Muslims against Muslims (Alawis or Alawites against the Sunnis et al Muslims)
The civilized world needs to wake up. ~ Norman E. Hooben
Now we have confirmation of my hitherto so-called assumption:
US “officials” admit Al Qaeda running loose in Syria, fail to mention 2007 US plan to put them there. ~ From Infowars Ireland
by Tony Cartalucci LandDestroyer Report
May 12, 2012 – Regarding the recent, devastating bombings in Damascus, Syria, an Associated Press report, “Syria opposition: Assad trying to destroy UN peace,” featured the “chief of Syria’s major opposition political group Syrian National Council,” Burhan Ghalioun, baselessly claiming “the relationship between the Syrian regime and al Qaeda is very strong.” Also included was the comments of a “Free Syrian Army” commander who claimed, “the Syrian regime wanted through these terrorist explosions to support its silly story of the presence of armed and terrorist gangs.”

Image: The debate is over – the Sunni-extremist “Free Syrian Army” is the result of a years-long premeditated plan by the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia to leverage violent militants against the Syrian and Iranian governments – according to a meticulously detailed report from renowned journalist Seymour Hersh in his 2007 New Yorker article, “The Redirection.”
However, not even a day passed before another AP report has now confirmed that the terrorist Al-Nusra Front has claimed responsibility for the deadly blasts that ripped through Damascus this week, killing scores and injuring hundreds, and shattering opposition claims that the Syrian government was behind them. The Al-Nusra Front has been at the center of several acts of violence across Syria, as part of a wider Sunni-extremist led, NATO and Gulf State-backed, militant campaign to destabilize and overthrow the Syrian government.
AP’s “Militant video claims responsibility for deadly Syria blasts,” also states that, “Western officials say there is little doubt that Islamist extremists, some associated with al-Qaida, have made inroads in Syria as instability has spread since the start of the uprising against President Bashar Assad 14 months ago.” What AP fails to mention is that the West, in coordination with Israel and Saudi Arabia, have been building up an extremist, militant Sunni front since at least 2007, according to a 2007 New Yorker report by renowned journalist Seymour Hersh titled, “The Redirection: Is the Administration’s new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?.”
In Hersh’s voluminous report, it specifically states that, “a by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda,” and that “the Saudi government, with Washington’s approval, would provide funds and logistical aid to weaken the government of President Bashir Assad, of Syria.”
The report also states in regards to the means of US and Israeli support, that “the clandestine operations have been kept secret, in some cases, by leaving the execution or the funding to the Saudis, or by finding other ways to work around the normal congressional appropriations process, current and former officials close to the [Bush] Administration said.” Because US and Israeli support is covertly funneled through Saudi sponsors, Sunni extremists forming the rank and file of the West’s terrorist proxy war against Syria, and ultimately Iran, have little idea that they are in fact being used as tools by the self-serving machinations of the West to divide and destroy not only Shi’ia Muslims, but the Arab World in general.
As the violence in Syria escalates through US, Israeli, and Saudi funding, weapons, and support, the Western media is clearly obfuscating the truth – a truth articulated in immense detail by the New Yorker in 2007, and instead portraying the violence as a spontaneous, natural progression of a conflict that has been demonstratively premeditated by the West years in advance. And while US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta admits that Al Qaeda Sunni-extremists are indeed operating in Syria, his feigning ignorance of the extent to which they are operating there should be considered in the context that he and his colleagues are the very ones that organized, armed, and sent them.

See also:


2.  The Redirection by Seymour M. Hersh March 5, 2007 (from The New Yorker)
      Is the Administration’s new policy benefitting our enemies in the war on terrorism?


Update: The best comment recieved via email! (LOL)
From: link removed
Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2012 7:53 PM
To: link removed
Subject: Re: Remember this?
I think they should be afraid of people singing "On the Sunni side of the street"

Friday, May 11, 2012

Going down with the ship...sorry, there's no more life preservers!

Watch All Three Videos
Video from Vimeo

The following from YouTube
United States Budget Dilemma

The following courtesy of Barracuda Brigade

Who's fault is it?

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

University Of Tennessee...Bring it on! Bring it on! These students learn fast.

H-T ~ T. Hilla
From: link removed

Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 1:15 PM
To: undisclosed recipients:
Subject: University of Tennessee students made this 1 minute message
Let's hope this catches on at other universities!
This is the best thing to come out of Knoxville since Peyton Manning.
University of Tennessee students made this 1 minute video.
Every person, young and old, in America needs to see this video.
I hope there is one produced on every college campus in America !
"Big Orange. Big Ideas." 
Bonus video #1 ~ Now you could be at the mall or watching American Idol...
                                     But how dull is that?
                                     You could be doing this!!! 
At least it's a better story to tell your grandchildren.
Bonus video #2 ~ William Tell may be a legend but this guy is perfect..

Monday, May 7, 2012

Obama Official Defends Marxist Position By Quoting Karl Marx (war is inevitable)

“...war is justifiable, and indeed ultimately inevitable.”

Most of us knew from the outset that Obama would create a divide and conquer situation in order to promote radical change for his new world order but we didn't think that he would admit it so soon.  Whether the admittance comes directly from the anointed one or one of his minions we do know the mindset of the people he surrounds himself with; Marxists!  Rick Bookstaber (a more appropriate name would be 'back stabber') now defends the efficacy of "class warfare"  by quoting one of their heroes, Karl Marx.... "efficacy" that means the outcome (producing a desired result)...just what I said in the beginning, "divide and conquer"  Judging by the reaction of Congress it appears that Bill Ayers is right on when he says, “ the American Empire is over”.  ~ Norman E. Hooben

See also: America In Decline ...Obama's Plot To Destroy The U.S.

Source for the following: The Washington Free Beacon
Obama Advisers of the World, Unite
Obama official Rick Bookstaber, member of Financial Stability Oversight Council, cites Karl Marx in defense of 'class warfare'
A senior Obama administration official defended the efficacy of “class warfare” on his personal blog Monday by quoting the political philosopher and communist theorist Karl Marx.
Rick Bookstaber, who currently serves on the Financial Stability Oversight Council, the federal body established under the Dodd-Frank Act to “ensure the stability of our nation’s financial system,” took issue with conservative commentator Tucker Carlson’s accusations that liberals were engaging in “class warfare” by seeking to blame the nation’s fiscal problems on a small number of wealthy individuals.
“There is little that matches the artfulness of the rich in waving off criticism of the widening income gap as ‘class warfare,’” Bookstaber wrote. “And there is little that matches the gullibility of the rest in following along.”
“I am not picking sides in this war,” he added, “but I believe such a war is justifiable, and indeed ultimately inevitable.”
Bookstaber explained further, citing Marx:
During the industrial revolution class warfare centered on the length of the working day. A tightly defined working day only appeared with the advent of the industrial revolution. Before then laborers worked when they needed money, and then quit for a time once they fulfilled their needs. But regimentation and a dependable workforce became necessary once there was machinery to run and capital invested, and so with industrialization came the an enforced workday. So it is not surprising that Marx stated the central battle of class warfare at the time in terms of the working day:
The capitalist maintains his rights as a purchaser when he tries to make the working-day as long as possible, and to make, whenever possible, two working-days out of one. On the other hand, the peculiar nature of the commodity sold implies a limit to its consumption by the purchaser, and the laborer maintains his right as seller when he wishes to reduce the working-day to one of definite normal duration. There is here, therefore, an antinomy, right against right, both equally bearing the seal of the law of exchanges. Between equal rights force decides. Hence is it that in the history of capitalist production, the determination of what is a working-day, presents itself as the result of a struggle, a struggle between collective capital, i.e., the class of capitalists, and collective labour, i.e., the working-class. – Marx, Das Kapital
Marx’s work was widely appropriated throughout the 20th century by countries such as China and the former Soviet Union. Tens of millions of people were slaughtered under those regimes.
Bonus video.... raise 'em right and they'll do just fine on their own

Troglodyte wanabe wants to tax us into oblivion

Alas ! We've found the unintelligent, backward cavemen...he goes by the name of Eric Assa-dorkian!