Or does it explode?

Thank you Irshad for the link.

I remember years ago, when talking about 9/11, citing the fact that false flag operations as entres that lead the US to war was actually the norm rather than the exception, and I remember giving the following examples:

Spanish-American War: the sinking of the USS Maine
War of 1914-1918: the sinking of the USS Lusitania
War of 1939-1945: Pearl Harbor
Vietnam War: Gulf of Tonkin [false flag] “Incident”
And of course Afghanistan & Iraq, and the whole War of Terror: 9/11.

So here we have this guy, who names all of the above and adds one or two which I was not aware of, (leaving out 9/11 which, I guess, must still be verboten), and then goes on to use these facts to justify a false flag attack on Iran!. Incroyable.

And newsworthy.

The clip runs for less than 2 minutes.

You know, it used to be that the criterion used to demarcate a civilized people from barbaric ones was their ability to respect what others held to be sacred. Of course, that is still the case, but it seems the barbaric state that the US has become fails to recognize it. I’m talking about “freedom” of speech, of course… Well, I guess if you have drunk so much Enlightenment Kool-Aid that you can’t see you are in violation of something as basic as that, then it should not be surprising if one knave among you, drunker than the others, stands up and says words to the effect that we haven’t for the life of us been able to goad these sand-niggers into attacking us, so let’s attack us for them!

A Dream Deferred
by Langston Hughes

What happens to a dream deferred?

Does it dry up
like a raisin in the sun?
Or fester like a sore–
And then run?
Does it stink like rotten meat?
Or crust and sugar over–
like a syrupy sweet?

Maybe it just sags
like a heavy load.

Or does it explode?


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