Thursday, March 16, 2006

[september_eleven_vreeland] Digest Number 1317

There are 8 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. Leprosy treatment / Why Milosevic Was Murdered
From: "norgesen" <>
2. Life and Life Only
From: "norgesen" <>
3. On the demonization of Milosevic (Part 1 of 2)
From: "norgesen" <>
4. Jackson 5.0
From: "norgesen" <>
5. Was Milosevic Poisoned?
From: "norgesen" <>
6. Inoculations
From: "norgesen" <>
7. How American Elections Became a Criminal Enterprise
8. The End
From: "a4est4me" <>


Message: 1
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 15:08:40 -0500
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: Leprosy treatment / Why Milosevic Was Murdered

Monday, March 13, 2006
Leprosy treatment

Wild as any freedom loving racist
I applaud the actions of the chief - Leonard Cohen

The latest spin on the poisoning of Slobodan Milosovic is that it was likely self-administered. Well, we're getting there.

Initial reports that Milosovic had recently expressed fear for his life and that his blood contained traces of Rifampicin, a drug used to treat leprosy and tuberculosis, were greeted with skepticism and even hostility on the part of the stubbornly incurious, who are inclined to type "Not everything is a conspiracy" when in fact they admit to none.

Rifampicin would have inhibited the effectiveness of Milosovic's blood pressure medication, possibly precipitating his fatal heart attack. Hague toxicologist Donald Uges says he is "sure he took the medicine himself because he wanted a one-way ticket to Moscow" for treatment. Earlier the UN's chief prosecutor Carla Del Ponte said it could have been a suicide, just as Croatian Serb leader Milan Babic's death in the same prison was said to be only a week before. Milosovic had been under constant suicide watch, so perhaps now his passing will be rulled "death by misadventure."

Some people kill themselves, and some others die natural deaths. Others still are murdered. This is something which those who twitch at every suggestion of conspiracy tend to forget. That assassins carry the whole black bag of statecraft means justice is almost never done, except for the victor's justice of a belligerant state that daubs itself in the innocents' blood.

Milosovic sought the testimony of Bill Clinton, and he would have seized the moment to expose the deep politics that saw al Qaeda operate as an overt strategic ally of American interests in the Balkans war. Bin Laden himself visited Albania in 1994 and sent units to fight in Kosovo alongside the KLA. The convergence of interest in the Balkans for al Qaeda and the United States was only superficially religious and poltical. It was narco-criminal. Frank Ciluffo, Deputy Director of the Globalized Organized Crime Program, alluded to this in his testimony before the Congressional Judicial Committee on December 13, 2000 (as quoted in Michel Chossudovsky's War and Globalization):

What was largely hidden from public view was the fact that the KLA raise part of their funds from the sale of narcotics. Albania and Kosovo lie at the heart of the "Balkan Route" that links the "Golden Crescent" of Afghanistan and Pakistan to the drug markets of Europe. This route is worth an estimated $400 billion a year and handles 80 percent of heroin destined for Europe.

In the opening statement of his trial, Milosovic said

In 1998 when Holbrooke visited us in Belgrade, we told him the information we had at our disposal, that in Northern Albania the KLA is being aided by Osama bin Laden, that he was arming, training, and preparing the members of this terrorist organization in Albania. However, they decided to cooperate with the KLA and indirectly, therefore, with bin Laden, although before that he had bombed the embassies in Kenya and Tanzania [and] had already declared war.

He concluded "one day all this will have to come to light, these links." Jeremy Scahill notes today, "That, however, is unlikely, and more so now that Milosevic is dead."

"The man dubbed the Butcher of the Balkans [was] responsible for the deaths of at least 250,000 people," says Britain's Sun tabloid in memorium. That's a lot of death. Coincidently last week, the Lancet Medical Journal now estimates that the US invasion and three-year occupation of Iraq has killed more than 250,000 Iraqi civilians. That's a full one percent of the country's pre-war population: the equivalent of three million Americans, to convert the blood to a currency the West better appreciates.

But then the United States doesn't recognize the Hague, except for others. And it doesn't do body counts, unless the bodies can be laid at the feet of its enemies. At whose feet will Milosovic lie? Those of another butcher, still plying his trade.

By the way, have you seen this: "The Pakistan foreign office had paid tens of thousands of dollars to lobbyists in the US to get anti-Pakistan references dropped from the 9/11 inquiry commission report, The Friday Times has claimed. The Pakistani weekly said its story is based on disclosures made by foreign service officials to the Public Accounts Committee at a secret meeting in Islamabad on Tuesday."


Anonymous said...

According to intelligence analyst John Whitley, covert support to the Kosovo "Liberation Army" was established as a joint endeavor between the CIA and Germany's Bundes Nachrichten Dienst- the BND. You may remember the BND from Elohim City, and its "Security Chief" Andreas Stassmier. Jeff has previously looked into the BND and OKC Here.

As you can probably guess, the Balkans puppet show is not just about drugs, it's also about oil reserves, weapons, and minerals...

(British intelligence and the SAS is also implicated in this "statecraft", particularly involving the transport of Turkish heroin and the training of KLA and Kurdish killer kids...)


Anonymous said...

Let's be very clear about one thing - western governments and corporate business interests have no objection to states with repressive totalitarian regimes, provided they play the global game, allowing Trans-national Corporations (TNCs) to invest in and exploit their resources - and provided these regimes take out loans from the big commercial banks, the World Bank or the IMF etc. - for example Indonesia, the Phillipines and numerous tin pot dictatorships in sub Saharan Africa. Indeed western governments will help bring dictators and human rights abusers to power and support them, as the US did with General Pinochet in Chile and Suharto in Indonesia.

However if they do not play the game, instead seeking to be independent for the benefit of their own people, then, if they happen to have a dubious human rights record towards minorities, it will be seized upon to provide the excuse for armed intervention. Such states are now termed rogue states, and the old federal republic of Yugoslavia became a perfect example. It was a socialist country with state and co-operative ownership of business interests. It was unwilling to allow foreign companies to invest in or take over its industries and was not interested in joining the European Union or NATO. Economic collapse occurred in the late 80's when international bankers called in Yugoslavia's loans, which had the effect of rekindling old ethnic tensions as people began to squabble over increasingly scarce jobs and resources, and the ethnic groups blamed each other for the resulting economic collapse. (Against this backdrop, Milosevic was elected to power by a Serb majority.) Subsequent events produced favourable results for western finance and industry. The newly created states of Bosnia, Croatia etc. are all now open to "foreign investment", but Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo still made up Yugoslavia. [14]

Jeff said...
Great article by Lisa Pease on her Real History Blog: Was Milosevic Poisoned?

Why Milosevic Was Murdered
Tinpot dictator blew the whistle on the New World Order

Paul Joseph Watson/ March 13 2006

Slobodan Milosevic was a distasteful man with authoritarian Communist ideals. But the reasons for his obvious murder revolve around his evergreen willingness to blow the whistle on the global criminal masterminds who had made the mistake of giving 'Slobo' a speaking platform in the first place.

Just two days after Milosevic's death the evidence indicating murder has poured in.

- Milosevic wrote a letter one day before his death claiming he was being poisoned to death in jail. The lawyer who advised Milosevic during his trial, Azdenko Tomanovic (pictured below) , showed journalists a handwritten letter in which Milosevic wrote: "They would like to poison me. I'm seriously concerned and worried."

- Blood tests show that Milosevic's body contained a drug that rendered his usual medication for high blood pressure and his heart condition ineffective, causing the heart attack that led to his death.

- The media has spun this to make out as if Milosevic deliberately took the wrong drug so he could seek specialist treatment in Moscow and delay his trial. This is frankly absurd. Milosevic only had access to the drugs provided to him by UN appointed doctors and took them under close surveillance. Are we to believe that Milosevic had managed to set up a secret drugs lab in his closely watched prison prison cell and then substituted the drugs while under constant monitoring?

- Milan Babic, a former Croatian Serb leader who testified against Milosevic was "suicided" just six days before Milosevic's death. According to the BBC, tribunal spokeswoman Alexandra Milenov said he had given no indication that he was contemplating suicide. "There was nothing unusual in his demeanor," she said. Another Hague detainee, Slavko Dokmanovic, supposedly killed himself in 1998.

- Allegations of suicide were dismissed by British lawyer, Steven Kay QC, who said Milosevic had told him before he was found dead: "I have not come all this way not to see it to the end."

- The Globalists have wanted to eliminate Milosevic for a long time. Former MI6 agent Richard Tomlinson said he saw documents in 1992 that discussed assassinating Milosevic by means of a staged car accident, where the driver would be blinded by a flash of light and remote controlled brake failure enacted to cause the crash. This exact same technique was utilized for real in the murder of Princess Diana.

Milosevic was a loose cannon with intimate knowledge of the criminality of the Globalists after the IMF/Bilderberg coup de 'tat in Serbia in the 1990's.

In March 2002, Milosevic presented the Hague tribunal with FBI documents proving that the United States government and NATO provided financial and military support for Al-Qaeda to aid the Kosovo Liberation Army in its war against Serbia.

This didn't go down too well at the Pentagon and the White House, who at the time were trying to sell a war on terror and gearing up to justify invading Iraq.

Milosevic made several speeches in which he discussed how a group of shadowy internationalists had caused the chaos in the Balkans because it was the next step on the road to a "new world order."

During a February 2000 Serbian Congressional speech, Milosevic stated,

"Small Serbia and people in it have demonstrated that resistance is possible. Applied at a broader level, it was organized primarily as a moral and political rebellion against tyranny, hegemony, monopolism, generating hatred, fear and new forms of violence and revenge against champions of freedom among nations and people, such a resistance would stop the escalation of modern time inquisition. Uranium bombs, computer manipulations, drug-addicted young assassins and bribed of blackmailed domestic thugs, promoted to the allies of the new world order, these are the instruments of inquisition which have surpassed, in their cruelty and cynicism, all previous forms of revengeful violence committed against the mankind in the past."

Milosevic was far from an angel, but evidence linking him to genocides like Srebrenica, in which 7,000 Muslims died, was continually proven to be fraudulent. In fact, Srebrenica was supposedly a 'UN safe zone', yet just like Rwanda, UN peacekeepers deliberately withdrew and allowed the massacre to unfold, then blamed Milosevic.

Milosevic's exposure of UN involvement in the Srebrenica massacre was another reason why tribunal transcripts were heavily edited and censored, and another contributing factor towards his murder.


First Reaction to the Death of Slobodan Milosevic
by Jared Israel
[12 March 2006]

In the aftermath of the death of Milosevic, the media is rehashing all the old charges against him - which in effect means, against the Serbian people. Emperor's Clothes has published many articles refuting media misinformation about the Serbs and Yugoslavia. Some of the most important are collected in:
The Break-up of Yugoslavia: Who did what, and to whom?

Regarding the death of Milosevic, here are my immediate comments: Milosevic's death while incarcerated at The Hague - like the deaths of other Serbs before him - is at minimum an outrage. He asked for, and Russia agreed to provide, first rate care for his serious heart condition. The Hague Tribunal demanded special guarantees; the Russian government provided them. Nevertheless, the request was denied, apparently without explanation. Milosevic's lawyer, Mr. Tomanovic, states that Milosevic wrote to the Russian Embassy in The Hague, charging that he was being given dangerous medicines. Even apart from this charge, the denial of medical care constitutes in itself foul play. And The Hague has also denied Milosevic's family's demand that an autopsy be conducted in Russia. Why?

How can a UN organization justify denying medical care to a prisoner, indeed to an elected head of state? Not to mention to the accused in what was billed as the trial of the century? How, even if he had been guilty as charged? But he was not guilty of war crimes. Despite the media hype, Milosevic was not a war criminal. And despite some of his rhetoric at The Hague, he was also not a heroic opponent of NATO. In truth, he was an appeaser who tried to curry favor with the West while sometimes talking tough, to the despair of the ordinary people whom he regularly setup and betrayed. The fact that, despite this, The Hague Tribunal, the proclaimed tool of NATO, seized him without concern for mere legality, put him on trial in its bizarrely biased 'court,' and finally killed him, at the very least through criminal negligence, says much about the character of the leaders of the International Community who sponsored the resurgent Croatian, Moslem and Albanian fascists who wrecked havoc on Yugoslavia, followed by massive NATO bombing.

-- Jared Israel
Emperor's Clothes
12 March 2006

On the Demonization of the 'Media Milosevic': How and why it has been done and why it's Nonsense
by Jared Israel
[15 March 2006]


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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 14:43:17 -0500
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: Life and Life Only

Wednesday, March 08, 2006
Life and Life Only

People they come together
People they fall apart
No one can stop us now
'Cause we are all made of stars - Moby

I'm still chewing over the implications of "Grave Mysteries" and expect to for quite a while. Because I haven't the time today for greater coherence but want to post something, here are a few notes about where my thoughts are heading.

Let's start with the unlikely figure of Troy Hurtubise. He's a self-taught inventor led by his intuition known for his "bizarre, yet functional" creations. (Much like fellow Canadian John Hutchison and his physics-bending "Hutchison Effect".) Hurtubise makes things work that people who know better believe shouldn't, and can't really explain why they do. "Firepaste," for instance: an astonishingly effective fire retardant he's repeatedly demonstrated by the protracted application of a blowtorch to a half-inch thick smear of dried paste atop his head. The underside of the paste, and Troy's head, show no appreciable heating. (Video of a demonstration can be found on this page under the heading "Fighting Fire with Fact.") How does it work? Hurtubise guards the formula, but he's admitted one ingredient is Diet Coke.

A later invention of Troy's is "Angel Light": a device which, he claims, can see through walls and into flesh, detect stealth objects and disable electronic devices. He says the design came to him in "a series of three dreams," and he constructed it from memory. He later dismantled it when he found exposure to be harmful. (Characteristic of Hurtubise's work is his pursuit of protective applications.) Most recently, Hurtubise has announced "God Light": an array of "67 lenses and five gases to produce 80,000 lux of full-spectrum light" which he says has reversed symptoms of Parkinson's Disease and shrunk the cancerous tumors of mice.

It should be no surprise Hurturbise is called, charitably, an eccentric "mad scientist" by apologists of a scientific paradigm he disrespects by creatively violating. Yet "God Light" sounds very similar to the 1970 discovery of biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp that carcinogens were light scramblers on the specific wavelength of 380 nanometres. Popp further learned that the still little-understood phenomenon of "photo-repair" - the rapid repair of a cell 99% destroyed by UV light with a weaker emission at the same wavelength - was most effective at the same 380 nanometres.

As Lynne McTaggart writes in The Field, "this was where Popp made his logical leap":

Nature was too perfect for this to be simple coincidence. If the carcinogens only react to this wavelength, it must somehow be linked to photo-repair. If so, this would mean that there must be some light in the body responsible for photo-repair. A cancerous compound must cause cancer because it permanently blocks this light and scrambles it, so photo-repair can't work anymore.

This was the theory which led to the discovery of DNA as a coherent emitter of biophotons. He found the frequencies of healthy subjects followed dramatic set patterns, and exhibited correlations between parts of the body and the wider world. The emissions of cancer patients, however, were markedly different: rhythm and coherence were lost; communication scrambled. "They had lost their connection with the world."

Illumination is a difficult word for its being weighed down with the uncollected baggage of Adam Weishaupt. I won't use the word "Illuminati" for today's occult elite because it says too much and not enough. Still, as a metaphor for a high and hidden order of adepts initiated into secret knowledge, it's difficult to do better.

Are you illuminated? Perhaps the answer is Pelagian. Perhaps the answer is yes, we all are; and the radiant light is the Divine Spark that bonds us soul to body, self to self and world to world. Perhaps that's the true secret that's meant to be kept from us who are outside the Temple and the Tomb: that God also indwells the "useless eater." That seems to be what the Ayahuasca wants to tell us. That appears to be the lesson of shamanism, and also, perhaps, of all partisans of the Life-Force within every tradition.

(Also, let's note, it's an electric light, which must remind us of the ubiquity of the buzzing of bees. Tesla, as Reich, was its apostle.)

Something else, and something darker, out on the borderline of speculation. If our code is the Great Secret, then this casts another shadow upon abduction accounts of reproduction and genetic manipulation involving both human agents and trans-human entities.

In The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, author John Marks quotes a scientist who worked on a secret genetic project for the CIA's Office of Research and Development in 1965:

We looked at the manipulation of genes. We were interested in gene splintering. The rest of the world didn't ask until 1976 the type of questions we were facing in 1965.... Everybody was afraid of building a super-soldier who would take orders without questioning, like the kamikaze pilot.

On January 6, 1998, physicist Richard Seed launched his cloning project with the words "the reprogramming of DNA is the first serious step in becoming one with God." Soon after, the Clinton White House banned federal funds for such experiments. A decision Dr Helmut Lammer believes worthless as most "black projects" have been offloaded to the private sector. I'll return to this later, but for now: would you expect covert DNA manipulation, by human or trans-human abductors, to enhance or inhibit access to our higher selves?

I resist the trippy impulse to say "everything is an illusion" (that includes the icky corollary, "everything but love"). It strikes me as an adolescent retreat from mundane affairs and a surrender of the world to the forces of death and darkness. Rather, I find myself preferring everything is real. Even our apparent illusions. I think maybe that's the ground upon which we can pitch our battle. And Life hasn't lost yet.

We may not even need to travel to Peru and projectile vomit in the jungle to know this.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of carcinogens affecting wavelenths:

Perchlorate, the explosive ingredient in solid rocket fuel, has contaminated drinking water and soil in at least 35 states, with most of the known contamination coming from military bases and defense contractors...

..found in milk, produce and many other foods and animal feed crops from coast to coast, Perchlorate is a thyroid toxin, and animal tests show that even small amounts can disrupt normal growth and development in fetuses, infants and children.

Jeff asks: "would you expect covert DNA manipulation, by human or trans-human abductors, to enhance or inhibit access to our higher selves?"

This led me to consider GM (genetically modified) foods, and I wondered if humans could ingest this modified DNA. Sure enough, I found this-

..the risk of gut bacteria scavenging antibiotic resistance genes from GM food is no longer theoretical... it has been proven that bacteria in the human gut can take up DNA from genetically modified food.

just a thought...


Dugoboy said...
Strategic Communication Laboratories

my 1st link.


Jeremiah Cornelius said...

Dugoboy's link to SCL is fascinating. Look at their list of "Key Management" and the Board of Advisors. Some, such as Peter Varnish, OBE are beyond belief - are you guys catching the message on this link?

The Truth is Out There, Earthling.


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Message: 3
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 14:21:11 -0500
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: On the demonization of Milosevic (Part 1 of 2)

On the demonization of Milosevic: How and why it's done; why it's nonsense
Part 1 of 2 parts
by Jared Israel

(Posted 3 March 2001, revised 15 March 2006)

** This article was written five years ago, when the KLA terrorists were attacking southern Serbia and Macedonia, and somehow this was being blamed on Milosevic.

Now, in March 2006, with the death of Milosevic, and with the media rehashing all the attacks on him, which means, in effect, on the Serbs, the points made here are, alas, timely.

-- Jared Israel, 15 March 2006 **


The Western media is preparing us for yet another terrorist war which NATO claims it is helpless to prevent, although NATO is training the terrorists.

"Western special forces were still training the guerrillas, as a result of decisions taken before the change of government in Yugoslavia." (BBC, Jan. 29, 2001) (1)

The 'guerrillas' in question are members of the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army, or KLA. You remember the KLA, don't you? They're the people NATO installed in power in Kosovo in June 1999 after which they dutifully drove out almost all Serbs, 'Gypsies', Jews, non-Albanian Muslims (known as 'Gorani'), and Albanians who opposed the KLA. Or just killed them. (2)

The KLA has, we are told, been dissolved, yet under new names it continues to start new terrorist wars. (3)

Aside from an invasion of southern Serbia, which it started a year ago, the KLA is also attacking Macedonia.

The KLA, by whatever name, has supposedly been fully disarmed except that somehow it has heavy weapons and somehow there are NATO combat helicopters providing air cover. (4)

** Mass Media Prepares Us for War **

The way the mass media gets us ready for new terrorist wars is by marinating our heads in lies.

Consider an article that appeared in the February 24th London 'Telegraph'. The body of the article concerns the KLA's latest terrorist attacks. But the headline reads:

"NATO Forces Face New Threat In Balkans"

Huh? Is somebody threatening NATO? No, nobody is threatening NATO.

The point of the title is to give readers the proper attitude prior to breaking the news that NATO's prize pet, the KLA, is again attacking Serbia and Macedonia.

Readers must be directed away from unacceptable (if perfectly logical) speculations such as that maybe the UN, which renamed the KLA the 'Kosovo Protection Corp,' and NATO, which has been training the terrorists attacking Serbia and Macedonia, are behind these attacks. Oh no no no, says the title, these attacks threaten NATO, and gently nudges us away from treacherous waters.

Now for your consideration, here is the article's first sentence:

"The Kosovo war was fought to defeat Slobodan Milosevic and his dream of a 'Greater Serbia.'"

Amazing. This article is supposedly about recent terrorist attacks. News reports are supposed to start by telling us who did it, what happened, where it happened, when and why.

Did Milosevic go out last night and launch terrorist attacks on Macedonia and southern Serbia?

By starting with this sentence, the 'Telegraph' dredges up our memories of anti-Serb media stories past. It gives us the impression that whatever happens now stems from Milosevic.

This is important for two reasons.

First, this suggests that the Serbian people are violently nationalist. Why? Because Milosevic was an elected leader, so if this characterization were true, it would mean that most Serbs supported a violently expansionist policy. Thus while the sentence focuses on Milosevic, he is really just a symbol. The real attack is on the Serbs as a whole.

Second, NATO and the pro-NATO leaders, who took over in Belgrade after the coup a year ago, are trying to build public support for arresting Milosevic. They want to stage a show trial to convince the world that NATO is innocent and the Serbs are guilty for the breakup of Yugoslavia.

At the same time, the opening sentence:

"The Kosovo war was fought to defeat Slobodan Milosevic and his dream of a 'Greater Serbia'"

tells readers that NATO is supposedly innocent of wrongdoing. The implication is that if NATO had not bombed Yugoslavia and occupied Kosovo it would have failed to:

"defeat Slobodan Milosevic and his dream of a 'Greater Serbia'"

Thus, like the headline,

"NATO Forces Face New Threat In Balkans,"

the first sentence puts us in the proper mental state for a constructive news experience: pro-NATO and on the lookout for Serbian dreams of expansion.

But wait a minute. Is the 'Telegraph' seriously saying NATO bombed Yugoslavia to stop a Milosevic dream?

Or did this dream take some earthly form? Was Milosevic trying to expand Serbia into Kosovo?

That must be the idea, but there is a wee glitch. In spring of 1999, when NATO attacked Yugoslavia, Kosovo was a province of Serbia.

In fact Kosovo has been an internationally recognized province of Serbia since before World War I.

The border between Kosovo (that is, Serbia) and the country known as Albania is one of the oldest internationally recognized borders in Europe.

Moreover, Kosovo is the heart of Serbia. It's where Serbia started. Saying that Serbia is expanding into Kosovo is similar to saying New York City is expanding into Manhattan.

This 'Greater Serbia' stuff was invented by the Austro-Hungarian Empire as war propaganda to justify its attack on little Serbia, an attack that turned into World War I. It was black humor then - this elephant whining that it was threatened by the expansionism of a mouse.

And it has not gained intellectual stature with time, but so what? It is not brains but money, might and media that count in the new, Euro/American order. Lucky for them.

The "Greater Serbia" nonsense was reissued in the early 1990s. Since then it has been foisted on us continuously by Western journalists, politicians and professors. It is the stock explanation for every conflict in Yugoslavia.

But despite all of Milosevic's expansionist dreaming, Serbia has never annexed any land. Not an acre. And even now, after the destruction of Yugoslavia, about 40% of the people living in Serbia are *not* Orthodox Christian Serbs. That is the same percentage as before the breakup of Yugoslavia. In other words, the Serbs have not "ethnically cleaned" the place where it would have been easiest: inner Serbia, where ethnic Serbs are a majority.

By way of contrast, Croatia and Slovenia, the Yugoslav Republics that launched the wars of secession, are virtually Serb-free.

A million Serbs and non-Serb Yugoslav loyalists have been driven from their lands and/or homes in other parts of Yugoslavia (e.g., the Serbian farmers who owned most of the land in Bosnia for the very good reason that they farmed it). Those refugees, mostly but not all ethnic Serbs, now live in Serbia.

"To Defend the Union"

Yugoslavia, led by Serbia, fought defensively throughout the 1990s, resisting secessionists who launched armed attacks on Yugoslav forces and who depopulated vast areas of Serbs and other people whom the secessionists considered undesirable, for example, "Gypsies".

The two most extreme examples are the Krajina section of Yugoslavia (over 250,00 Serbs were driven out by Croatian fascist troops under U.S. leadership in August, 1995; during the whole period from 1990 to 1995, nearly 500,000 Serbs were driven out) and Kosovo (about 350,000 Serbs and other Yugoslav loyalists were driven out following NATO takeover in June, 1999).

The goal of the secessionists - the neo-fascists in Croatia and Kosovo and the Bosnian Islamists - was to rip off parts of Yugoslavia and form mini-states under US and West European sponsorship. Serbs were the main targets because they are the cement of Yugoslavia. That is, they were the key force in uniting the South Slavs ("Yugo"="South") in a state whose unity provided its constituent national groups with sufficient strength to resist - or at least try to resist - foreign domination. The German Establishment has been fully aware of this fact for 100 years which is why the Austro-Hungarian Empire launched World War I by attacking Serbia, and why Nazi Germany put so much effort into crushing the rebellious Serbs, who were the backbone of the Partisan resistance to the Nazis.

Thus throughout the 1990s Yugoslavia, led by Serbia, has in effect resisted Anglo-U.S.-German-Islamist "dreams of expansion."

Serbia was in a position similar to that of the northern states during the U.S. Civil War. The North fought to prevent the southern states from forming a slave nation under British domination and Serbia fought to prevent parts of Yugoslavia from forming ethnically 'pure' statelets under Western domination.

Western politicians and the mass media have accused Serbia of destabilizing the Balkans. What breathtaking cynicism. As anyone who has read European history knows, the existence of a state unifying the 'south Slavs' (hence 'Yugo-slavia') is crucial to the stability of southern Europe and Russia. Serbia's opposition to the splintering of Yugoslavia into weak Anglo-American and German neocolonies has nothing to do with "dreaming of a 'Greater Serbia'".

** The Media Milosevic **

To make the 'Greater Serbia' charge believable it has been linked to the accusation that Mr. Milosevic was and is motivated by hatred of non-Serbs.

The Western media has come up with a new, improved Milosevic to aid in digesting this idea. I encountered this Media Milosevic while watching a Fox News program during the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. Fox was interviewing a 'NY Times' reporter, an 'expert' on Yugoslavia. The reporter said:

"The ethnic cleansing of Kosovo, as Milosevic would call it, is a success."

"As Milosevic would call it." So brief but so untrue.

If the reporter had said, "Milosevic has popularized the term 'ethnic cleansing' and used it in Kosovo," it would have been a lie, but at least a straight forward lie. One could have asked: "Where's the proof?"

But the reporter presented his accusation (that Milosevic supported ethnic cleansing) as if he were mentioning a fact so well known it required no proof. Such casualness has great power for it leads the viewer who is uninformed about the Balkans (virtually all Americans) to think: "Milosevic invented ethnic cleansing. One more reason to get that guy."

New York Times reporting is replete with references to Milosevic as the author of the term 'ethnic cleansing.' For instance, on August 3, 1992, Anthony Lewis, a Times columnist and prolific Serb-baiter, wrote, in a column syndicated in other papers:

"President Bush compared Saddam Hussein to Hitler. I am against such analogies, because they cheapen the Holocaust. But if that one is to be used, it better fits the Serbian leader, Slobodan Milosevic, the inventor of 'ethnic cleansing.'" (Anthony Lewis, 'N.Y. Times,' August 3, 1992)

Emperor's Clothes uses a research tool called Lexis. With it we can, in a few seconds, scan the world press going back 20 years.

I did an exhaustive search of 'N.Y. Times' articles. The 'N.Y. Times' has never quoted Milosevic saying one word in favor of 'ethnic cleansing'. Never.

How could Milosevic have originated the term, 'ethnic cleansing,' without using the term, 'ethnic cleansing'? And how could Lewis know Milosevic originated the term, when the supposed statement in which Milosevic originated it has never been reported?

The reporter interviewed by Fox (and Mr. Lewis, and many others) was simply lying. Or to be more accurate, he was not only lying, he was presenting his lie in a manner calculated to make the viewer feel that everyone except perhaps himself or herself already knew it was true.

The term 'ethnic cleansing' has an interesting history. It was first used in Kosovo in the early 1980s. Albanian secessionists were waging a campaign of racist harassment, driving tens of thousands of Serbs from Kosovo. (4a)

-- Continued in Part 2, to be mailed out shortly. Or you may continue reading now at

* Footnotes *


1) The BBC tells all. Anyway, it tells a lot. See: 'Diplomats Admit NATO Backs KLA Invasion of Inner Serbia' at

2) For a detailed explanation of what happened in a Kosovo town after NATO took over and put the Kosovo Liberation Army in power, see "The Women of Orahovac Speak"

For an account by the Jewish leader in Pristina (capital of Kosovo province) of how the KLA terrorists, with the full knowledge of British officers, drove all loyal Yugoslavs from the province, see "Driven from Kosovo!"

3) See, "Stranger than Fiction: NATO and the US Sponsor Terror in Kosovo and Macedonia,"

4) On NATO helicopters providing air cover for the KLA invasion of southern Serbia, see 'Pentagon Dogs'; at

4a) Before the media launched its demonization of the Serbs, there was some news about the campaign to drive the Serbs from Kosovo. See for example this 1987 article from the London Times. * Emperor's Clothes

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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 14:50:09 -0500
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: Jackson 5.0

Saturday, March 11, 2006
Jackson 5.0

So I work in that same beauty salon, I'm chained to the old masquerade
The lipstick, the shadow, the silicone: I follow my father's trade - Leonard Cohen

Michael Jackson may be another example of a celebrity distraction which, upon examination, reveals more about our society's mortal condition than a tabloid could imagine. Almost certainly more than it would dare to describe.

Yesterday, Jackson was ordered to close Neverland for having failed to pay the ranch's 47 employees their salary or insurance since the end of 2005. Unfortunate for the unpaid staff and the abandoned llamas but no surprise. He's moved on since his aquittal, like Gary Glitter did after his 1999 conviction, having departed last June for a Bahrain "vacation" from which he's yet to emerge. ("For the people working at Bahrain's malls, the person covered head to toe in a black veil, gloves and glasses appeared to be a rich, doting Saudi mother.... But why would a woman wear a man's shoes? Why the bodyguards? And why did the person's fluid movements seem so familiar?")

Last week's real Jackson story ran in the New York Daily News, under the snappy banner "Creepy dad was root of all clan's woe, singer sez." The singer was brother Jermaine, and the claims based on the projected outline for his abandoned "tell-all" family story.

Reading that Joseph was a nightmare of a father and sexually abusive towards his daughters is not exactly a "stop the presses" moment. What's new is this:

Jermaine even suggested his father may have set up Michael to be somehow victimized by older men.

He tells how his father would have Michael join in at late-night hotel room meetings with "important business people," and wondered whether "something happened" to Michael at those sessions.

He said he sensed something was wrong because Michael would be sick for days after. "What was Joseph doing?" Jermaine wrote.

This lifts the Jackson family horror show to a whole new order of dysfunction, one that sees parents network with power and trade their children for privilege. This should be a motif familiar to anyone acquainted with the literature of mind control and ritual abuse survivors: the father and first controller, passing his child-victim up the social ladder of abuse in return for status, protection and reward. All that's missing is the element of occult terror. Or maybe not: "LaToya also described being awakened in the night by Joseph wearing a 'monster mask.'"

Perhaps we can take more from this than the suspicion that the Jackson clan had gotten with the program. Perhaps rather the point is that the program exploits pre-existing conditions for abuse which are more common than most suspect. (This is how I tend to think of Ponchatoula's Hosanna Church.) Yet we shouldn't discount the suspicion, either, particularly given some of Michael's paranormal interests and peculiar associations. His close friendship with SPECTRA contactee and channeller of the Nine, Uri Geller, for one instance. (Jackson was Geller's best man in 2001 when he and his wife renewed his vows, the same year Geller is said to have been reactivated as a psychic spy.) His entourage including a "personal magician" for another.

Even if you wanted to, you won't be reading Jermaine's account now. Like every Jackson sibling who's tried to break from Joe, he's climbed down, returned to the fold and scrapped the book, apparently on the strength of Michael's threats to sue. Previously, Michael's given cause for family observers to attribute his grotesque body dysmorphia to a dread of resembling his father. Yet there they were at Jackson's trial last year, hand in hand.

In the big picture Michael Jackson means not very much. But his little picture may be more newsworthy than the news suggests.

Anonymous said...

The link "personal majician" is intrigueing.
From Madsen via Boucher:

Jackson�s stay at the Cedars was arranged through David Kuo, George W. Bush�s White House director of the Office of Faith-based Initiatives. Kuo, a former CIA employee... had been Executive Director of the Center for Effective Compassion, founded in 1995 by Arianna Huffington... Kuo also previously worked for the Christian Coalition and Senator John Ashcroft.

There's also some curious Neverland/Disneyland connections to the "Mickey Mouse Club" children who are now stars, including Justin Timberlake (remember the star on Janet Jackson's breast?) and Brittany Spears, Christina Aguilera...

The piper walks into the mountain, still followed by the children, and the cave closes again...

Here is Boucher's follow up to the "majician" link of Jeff's.


starroute said...

Anonymous quoted, "Jackson�s stay at the Cedars was arranged through David Kuo . . ."

Hold on -- the Cedars is the headquarters of the Fellowship Foundation, the creepy Christianoid cult with deep political connections. Here's a bit of the original Madsen article that the Michael Jackson quote comes from:

In 1976, the Fellowship began looking for a permanent headquarters in Arlington. It set its sights on the estate of George Mason IV, The Cedars, located at 2301 North Uhle Street. Mason was one of the drafters of the Bill of Rights. The Fellowship, also known as the International Foundation, bought the property from Charles Piluso. Although not much is known about Piluso, the Los Angeles Times reported that Howard Hughes, the man with whom Fellowship Senator Ralph Owen Brewster once sparred, also lived there. According to a senior Pentagon official, the Cedars had been used as a CIA safe house prior to the Fellowship�s purchase of the estate. The Fellowship paid $1.5 million for the Cedars, the money coming from Tom Phillips, the CEO of Raytheon, and Ken Olsen, the CEO of Digital Equipment Corporation. Sanford McDonnell of McDonnell Douglas Corporation was another deep-pocketed supporter of the Fellowship through Full Gospel Business Men�s Fellowship International, an activity linked to Fellowship core member Pat Robertson.


starroute said...

I posted above that The Cedars, where Michael Jackson was mentioned as having stayed for a time, was the center of the Fellowship Foundation.

I just ran across the Fellowship Foundation again, when looking for something to explain the anomalous situation of recently-disgraced Republican shoplifter Claude A. Allen. The quote below is from the LaRouchies -- and thus, as always, not to be considered 100% reliable -- but in this case it fits in so well with the ongoing discussion that I'm tentatively inclined to trust it:

DeLay's career and power became at the same time a central project for all three of the shadow partners, Grover Norquist, Jack Abramoff and Ralph Reed. DeLay was by no means a random point of interest.

Tom DeLay staggered into Washington as a freshman Congressman in 1984, a terrible drunk, his life dissolving. Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) approached him with a road to salvation. He reportedly showed DeLay a videotape that made him weep. Tom DeLay then radically changed his life, turning his soul over to higher powers.

But by all reliable accounts, DeLay became a much nastier, a fearsomely un-Christian individual.

Frank Wolf represented an old "black operations" soul-robbing agency known as the Fellowship Foundation. Practicing secrecy on about the same level as the National Security Agency, the Fellowship does conduct one public function�it runs the huge annual Congressional/Presidential Prayer Breakfast in Washington, with similar events managed inside the Pentagon and at other government and military sites.

The Fellowship Foundation (earlier called International Christian Leadership and a succession of cover names) was created before World War II by the organization of the pro-Nazi Frank Buchman. Sen. H. Alexander Smith (R-N.J.), Buchman's lieutenant who in 1940 had called for a joint world dictatorship of the United States, Britain, and Nazi Germany, brought the Fellowship into acceptance in Washington. In the 1950s, the group was sponsored by former Nazi SS officer, Holland's Prince Bernhard, and the Dutch royal family.

The Fellowship runs a house near the U.S. Capitol, where Congressmen and Senators, who are members, live. For example, Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kans.), the delirious End-Timer, has lived in the cult's house in Washington. Raytheon CEO Tom Phillips and other figures in the military-industrial complex, pay the bills.

The Fellowship specializes in taking over the lives of potentially powerful individuals who have become somehow ruined, and promising them dominion in the world if they will play along. Watergate dirty-trickster Charles Colson, when he was on his way to prison and suddenly powerless, was recruited, and turned his life over to the Fellowship. Colson's Prison Fellowship Ministries is a subordinate unit of the cult, with its tentacles in most prisons in the United States.

After Tom DeLay was zapped, Charles Colson became DeLay's personal guru. Colson's militancy for the End-Times war on Muslims has made him a congenial companion to Jack Abramoff in their keeping of DeLay�Abramoff has repeatedly led Tom to Israel to call for all-out war against the Arabs.

And Christian Coalition co-founder Pat Robertson was himself a product of the Fellowship magic.

Robertson was the good-for-nothing playboy son of Sen. A. Willis Robertson (R-Va.), the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. Pat began speaking in tongues and uttering prophecies under the guidance of Harald Bredesen, a master training agent of the Fellowship group, who had proved himself to the highest circles of British intelligence. Pat Robertson started off as assistant pastor to Bredesen, whose intelligence partners, the Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship, raised the money to expand Robertson's and Bredesen's Virginia-based Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) toward global power status.

The sentence I put in boldface is *extremely* interesting. Wasn't there a Michael Jackson video where he was envisioning himself as ruler of the world or some such?


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Message: 5
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 15:19:52 -0500
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: Was Milosevic Poisoned?

Monday, March 13, 2006
Was Milosevic Poisoned?
Lisa Pease

Would you believe that looking into Milosevic's death led me to a strong link between the US government and al Qaeda, sharing common goals in Kosovo? That's why history is always relevant, and the truth always matters.

Here's where I started.

ABC News is reporting the "swirl of suspicion" regarding the death of former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevich:

Among the scenarios being floated: Drugs smuggled into prison, a poisoning plot and the possibility Milosevic was undermining his own treatment in hopes of being sent to Moscow, where his wife and son live in exile.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Moscow did not fully trust the autopsy report and would send its own pathologists to examine the body. The U.N. war crimes tribunal had said a heart attack killed Milosevic, according to preliminary findings from Dutch pathologists who conducted a nearly eight-hour autopsy.

... Milosevic was found dead in his prison cell in The Hague on Saturday, just hours after writing Russian officials a letter alleging that an "extremely strong drug" was found in his bloodstream. Zdenko Tomanovic, his family lawyer, said Milosevic was "seriously concerned" he was being poisoned.

I almost blogged about this when I first heard he had died. I was immediately suspicious because a former associate of Milosevich's, who had later testified against him, was found dead in the same facility just six days earlier. The sentiments expressed by Marija Darijevic in this Chicago Tribune piece echo my own:

Six days before Milosevic's death, Milan Babic, 50, leader of Serb rebels in Croatia and a convicted war criminal, committed suicide in the same prison. Babic had provided key testimony against Milosevic and was back in The Hague testifying in another case.

"First Babic, now Milosevic. This is not an accident," said Marija Darijevic, 34, a Belgrade lawyer. "I suffered under Milosevic and I don't feel any regret at his death, but I think that even the worst criminal has the right to proper medical treatment."
The suspicious death, labeled officially "heart failure," took place in a city that bills itself as the "City of Peace and Justice." Saddam Hussein had just last year asked that his own trial be moved there, believing he would get a fairer deal. I imagine he's having serious second thoughts on that front now.

I'm surprised how people just accept at face value that Milosevich was, as the press called him, the "Butcher of the Balkans." As is often the case in historical matters, the victor's account of history is only one side of the story. Ramsey Clark, a former Attorney General of the United States, wrote a letter to Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi Annan, in which he stated:

The Prosecution of the former President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia is scheduled to end its presentation of evidence to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on February 19, 2004, more than two years after its first witness testified.

Over 500,000 pages of documents and 5000 videocassettes have been placed in evidence. There have been some 300 trial days. More than 200 witnesses have testified. The trial transcript is near 33,000 pages.

The Prosecution has failed to present significant or compelling evidence of any criminal act or intention of President Milosevic. In the absence of incriminating evidence, the Prosecution apparently hoped to create a record so massive that it would be years, if the effort was ever made, before scholars could examine and analyze the evidence to determine whether it supported a conviction.
Is it possible Milosevic was not the monster the press told us about? Is it possible it was necessary to paint him as such as an excuse to go to war, much as the WMD lie had to be invented?

After some searching tonight, I found this interesting article from Jurist. Author Marjorie Cohn, an associate professor of law, a Court TV commentator, and a news consultant for CBS, presented facts that make me think my suspicions are justified:

The most significant international war crimes trial since Hitler�s henchmen were tried at Nuremberg is scheduled to begin on February 12. Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic will appear in the dock at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at The Hague to answer charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.

But Milosevic, often referred to in Western circles as the �Butcher of the Balkans,� maintains it is really the leaders of NATO who should be tried for their crimes against the people of Yugoslavia. In 1999, thousands of Yugoslavs were killed or wounded by NATO�s bombs, allegedly to stop the ethnic cleansing of the Albanians in Kosovo.

As The New York Times said on February 9: �When Mr. Milosevic sneers at the tribunal here as �victor�s justice,� he is not entirely wrong.� Former President William Clinton, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and U.S. military leaders orchestrated the use of laser-guided and cluster bombs and depleted uranium that devastated the people and the land of Yugoslavia. They will never face charges at The Hague.

Milosevic contends he acted in defense of the Serbs against Muslim extremists. He claims he was fighting the same type of terrorism the United States is now battling in Afghanistan and elsewhere. At that time, the United States gave active support to the Kosovo Liberation Army, a Muslim terrorist group financed by the Third World Relief Agency, through which Osama bin Laden and others funneled $350 million. Milosevic insists that his pleas to Clinton to get bin Laden out of Kosovo were ignored; instead, Clinton allied with the Albanian Muslims against the Serbs.
That the Clinton administration allied themselves with the Kosovo Liberation Army is well-documented. In fact, the more I read, the more the KLA sounds like the Contras in Nicaragua, a group that was primarily made by US funding. The rhetoric was even similar:

"[The] United States of America and the Kosovo Liberation Army stand for the same human values and principles ... Fighting for the KLA is fighting for human rights and American values." (Sen. Lieberman quoted in the 'Washington Post,' April 28, 1999)
This gets even more interesting when you find out that al Qaeda was also helping the KLA. Peter Dale Scott, for an upcoming book on 9/11, makes a compelling case that the US-KLA-al Qaeda collaboration was about protecting oil interests:

Though the origins of the Kosovo tragedy were rooted in local enmities, oil became a prominent aspect of the outcome. There the al Qaeda-backed UCK or �Kosovo Liberation Army� (KLA) was directly supported and politically empowered by NATO, beginning in 1998.[49] But according to a source of Tim Judah, KLA
representatives had already met with American, British, and Swiss intelligence agencies in 1996, and possibly �several years earlier.�[50] ...

Mainstream accounts of the Kosovo War are silent about the role of al Qaeda in training and financing the UCK/KLA, yet this fact has been recognized by experts and to my knowledge never contested by them.[52] For example, James Bissett, former Canadian ambassador to Yugoslavia, said �Many members of the Kosovo Liberation Army were sent for training in terrorist camps in Afghanistan�. Milosevic is right. There is no question of their [al Qaeda�s] participation in conflicts in the Balkans. It is very well documented."[53] In March 2002, Michael Steiner, the United Nations administrator in Kosovo, warned of "importing the Afghan danger to Europe" because several cells trained and financed by al-Qaeda remained in the region.[54] ...

At the time critics charged that US oil interests were interested in building a trans-Balkan pipeline with US Army protection; although initially ridiculed, these critics were eventually proven correct.[59] BBC News announced in December 2004 that a $1.2 billion pipeline, south of a huge new U.S. army base in Kosovo, has been given a go-ahead by the governments of Albania, Bulgaria, and Macedonia.[60]
And Peter Dale Scott is not the only one putting this all together. This article also speaks of the links between the CIA, German Intelligence, al Qaeda, and the KLA. If I had many more hours I might find many more articles. But I'm already starting to see the pattern.

I'm not crying over Milosevic's death. I didn't know him. I didn't live under him. I don't support any kind of genocide. But as an American citizen, I am especially upset when people who are supposed to represent me, i.e., American officials, engage in genocidal behavior. (Or fail to prevent it, as we're failing to do in Darfur.)

I'm also trying to say that the powers that be use our emotions against us. Most people get upset at the name "Milosevic" and can't go any further than that. just as many get upset at the thought of 9/11 and can't imagine the truth could be other than what they heard in the midst of their terror and grief. The media riles us up with partial facts, but doesn't usually present the other side of the story. That's why it's important to question everything.

Ramsey Clark's letter to Annan regarding the the International War Crimes tribunal's case against Milosevic truly startled me. I had no idea when I started searching tonight that I would find this information:

The initial indictment made no allegations of any crimes in Croatia, or Bosnia. It dealt exclusively with alleged acts by Serb forces in Kosovo in 1999. All of Serbia, including Kosovo, remained under heavy U.S./NATO bombardment at the time of the indictment. There were no U.S., or NATO forces, or ICTY investigators in Kosovo. Investigation was impossible. The indictment was purely a political act to demonize President Milosevic and Serbia and justify U.S. and NATO bombing of Serbia which was itself criminal and in violation of the U.N. and NATO Charters.

And why does that seem so believable? Perhaps because the pattern of deception leading to war was repeated just recently in Iraq. And because we appear to be seeing something similar now re Iran.

If Milosevic was killed, shouldn't we find out why? Was it possible he was killed because his trial might not have produced the "desired" result? I don't know the answer. But the question was definitely worth asking. I had no idea that opening the Milosevic door would give me new reasons to question the official story of 9/11.


Lisa said...
Well. If I had just gone to Rigorous Intuition first, I could have saved myself a few hours tonight. Seems he and I are, as is not uncommon, on the same wavelength here..!

11:34 PM

Lisa said...
And in case any are wondering...

NO, I'm not trying to say that Milosevic has been unjustly prosecuted, or that the atrocities didn't happen on his watch.

I always wonder what the other side of the story is, as there's always another side of the story. And since that's the one I don't get to hear, that's the one I'm curious about. It doesn't mean I'll believe it or find it valid when I hear it. But I wish we were given more information.

The truth doesn't have 'sides'. But the media DOES take sides, so I worry about what I haven't heard.

2:03 PM

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Message: 6
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 08:55:16 -0500
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: Inoculations

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Through the days of shame that are coming
Through the nights of wild distress
Though your promise count for nothing
You must keep it nonetheless - Leonard Cohen

I've been recovering this week from a nasty stomach virus. A bit like an ayahuasca ceremony without the ayahuasca, and piss-all enlightenment, too. But it's reminded me that illness is more than a metaphor, and sometimes not entirely natural.

Smallpox, for one bloody precedent. In a postscript to his letter of July 16, 1763 Lord Jeffrey Amherst, the commander of British forces in North America during the French and Indian War, instructed Colonel Henry Bouquet to "do well to try to innoculate the Indians by means of blanketts, as well as to try every other method that can serve to extirpate this execrable race." (I don't see inoculate used like that these days, except by those whom the mass culture deems to be in need of medication themselves.) Infected blankets wasn't a one-off for Amherst. In other letters he calls the natives "Vermine [who] have forfeited all claim to the rights of humanity," and expresses his desire to "put a most Effectual Stop to their very Being."

Of course that was then, before genocide was even a word, much less a crime. Though at Massachusetts' Amherst College, china plates depicting sword-wielding, mounted Englishmen in hot pursuit of Indians were still in use as late as the 1970s. Dictionaries and law books and generations of bad examples haven't crimped the style of the pro-active eugenicist.

"The forms of warfare are changing," said Russian Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov in a Tuesday press conference. "It's strange that not a single duck has yet died in America - they are all dying in Russia and European countries. This makes one seriously wonder why." Asked whether he was suggesting Avian Flu was a US biological weapon, he replied "I not only suggest this, I know very well how this can be arranged. There is nothing strange here."

I think Zyuganov is wrong on at least a couple of points. For one thing, Lord Amherst could tell him that nothing has changed. And for another, if Avian Flu is a weapon of either design or opportunity, its intended victims are also American. Because at the top of the food chain, where it's whole nations that are consumed, the fattest and most tender of all is naturally also on the menu.

As a third US beef cow tests positive for BSE, Newspapers move US mad cow story off front pages. One infected cow is the End of the World; two is worrisome. Three, and it's yesterday's news. The horror is in the novelty. Make something bad, bad enough for long enough that it becomes part of our landscape, and we just don't care anymore. It seems whatever doesn't kill us outright we can make peace with until it kills us eventually. It's another way in which we are inoculated. And so, the alarmingly predictable development that, "Despite the confirmation of a third case of mad cow disease, the government intends to scale back testing for the brain-wasting disorder blamed for the deaths of more than 150 people in Europe."

The Democratic dithering over Feingold's modest resolution is engendering considerable counter-dithering by those who still hope to see a political solution they can recognize to a parapolitical crisis they can't imagine. "The majority of the American people agree with what the president�s doing," said a Democratic aide. "A lot of people outside the beltway see [illegal surveillance] as a tool that�s keeping Americans safe."

Illness is also a metaphor, and the sickness of American politics is not indeliberate. Democrats and Republicans have both been taking strange medicine for a long while, and those who've refused their inoculations have been prone to other kinds of magic bullets: fatal accidents and character assassinations, and the receipt of envelopes filled with white powder bearing the return address of Fort Detrick. Bush in 2006 should be the most vulnerable president since Nixon in 1974, yet he isn't. To ask why he's not may take the courage of a microbiologist.

I've been thinking of the family in Tikrit who were murdered yesterday morning in an American raid. Eleven shot to death, including five children, one as young as seven months, before their house was blown up.

Another policeman, Colonel Farouq Hussein, said autopsies had been carried out at Tikrit hospital and found "all the victims had gunshot wounds to the head". The bodies, their hands bound, had been dumped in one room before the house was destroyed, Hussein said. Police had found spent American-issue cartridges in the rubble.

Despite the eyewitness accounts and the photos of dead babies, the US Army admits to only the deaths of two women and a child, and most American reports of the incident preface the news with the advisory "Iraqis Say -". It needs reminding that, unlike three years ago, the Iraqi police and US forces are now supposedly on the same side. Though just the day before, also in Tikrit, an American "security contractor" was arrested travelling alone with explosives in his car.

Charitably, though inaccurately, the US mission in Iraq could be described as a clinical test gone horribly wrong, while the "men in smart suits," like Francis Fukuyama, make themselves scarce. But the US isn't dispensing that kind of inoculation. It isn't the neocon fable of intravenous democracy, even if it kills the patient. It's Lord Amherst's blankets.

Many German and Austrian neighbours of the camps knew well enough what happened after the box cars rolled through the gates. Still, they didn't see until the liberators forced them to walk the grounds and bury the innocent dead. The victims were foreign and faceless, and it was easy to continue believing one was a good neighbour for minding one's business.

Things are different now. The dead babies are on Yahoo, and Salon hosts hundreds of Abu Ghraib photos and videos. No people in history have had greater access to the atrocities of their own force of arms even as they are being committed. Americans are growing accustomed to the spectacle of broken and beheaded bodies, and I think that's the idea. Because it's getting old. Meanwhile, the only truly forbidden images are those of flag-drapped coffins. The Pentagon certainly wants Americans kept in the dark, but darkness can mean more than mere ignorance.

One dead baby is the End of the World. Too many dead babies and we have a new world altogether.

Anonymous said...

A classified conference sponsored by the Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab was held in the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University in November 1993. Colonel Alexander served as the conference Chairman. The meeting was attended by Attorney-General Janet Reno, numerous scientists, military weapons experts, and intelligence officials from state and local police departments. The main purpose of the meeting was to prepare leading law enforcement officials for the use of psychotronic mind-control weapons.

Zbiegniew Brzezinski, a Rockefeller recruit and founder of the Trilateral Commission, had much revealing information to give back in the seventies about technologies that are being disclosed now. He wrote in Between two Ages:

"Accurately timed, artificially excited electronic strokes could lead to a pattern of oscillations that produce relatively high power levels over certain regions of the Earth ... one could develop a system that would seriously impair the brain performance of a very large population in selected regions over an extended period." (Zbiegniew Brzezinski, Between Two Ages, 1971).

When an American electropollution activist asked Motorola the purpose of the 10 hertz frequency on the carrier wave of the new Motorola police radio system, she did not get an answer (Personal Communications with Libby Kelley, Chair Marin County Health Council, 2003). From my own investigations and many interviews, I learned that this system was beamed across America when the Cold War ended, through Motorola radio systems, the Police and emergency response radio towers, cell phone towers, satellites, and another Motorola product �TETRA�in Britain:
Costing �2.9 billion, the UK�s new police communication system TETRA has been described by one independent scientist as likely to cause �more civilian deaths than all the world�s terrorist organisations put together�. (Jay Griffiths, "A Popular Revolt", The Ecologist, September 17, 2004)

Death may be the hidden purpose, for "culling" society. Welcome to the New World Order.

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Message: 7
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 02:19:51 -0500
Subject: How American Elections Became a Criminal Enterprise

How American Elections Became a Criminal Enterprise
Address: Changed:2:44 PM
on Saturday, March 11, 2006


Message: 8
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 16:23:24 -0000
From: "a4est4me" <>
Subject: The End

this is from the US to Iraq.9 to the music of the Doors song THE END

this is the end our foreign friend. this is the end our only friend
the end. of our ambitious lies the end. of everything to buy, the
end. no safety for our guys, the end. how can we look into their
eyes again. can u picture what would be if Iraq was free.
desparately in need of Americas hand in that desert land.
Lost in a mideast wilderness plain. all the leaders are insane. all
the leaders are insane. waiting for a better reign.

there's danger on the edge and down. ride Bush's highway baby. weird
scenes by the landmines. the west isn't the best. the west isn't the
best. if you can't do it we'll do the rest. the bombed bus is
calling us. the bombed bus is calling us. Bush where have you taken
The killers awoke before dawn. they put their boots on. they took
some stuff from the ancient scripts and they walk on down the
highway baby. (Bush jr. to Bush senoir) daddy, yes son. "i want to
kill him. mother, i want to.............
Come in iraq take a chance with us. come on Iraq take a chance with
us. meet us at the back of the NY bus(3x) tonight. blue rock on a
blues bus tonight...
It hurts to set them free, but they will never follow me.



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