Aug 26, 2006

Bring On Sunday...

my favorite day.

Open Thread

28 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"LaRouche is the son of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Sr. and Jessie Lenore ***Weir***"

Aha Roger!

Weir. Otherwise known as de Vere, the most documented bloodline straight back to Cain and Luciferian thought both past and modern.

I know a few of Prince Nicholas von Drakenburgs' close friends and must relay this to them tout suite! Although I imagine the Prince may be well aware of it, my duties as a Knight of the Court impel me too.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades
.net/dragons/esp_sociopol_
dragoncourt02.htm

My word!

9:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

State Department has reportedly known for years ex-Powell aide Armitage 'outed' CIA's Plame


http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/State_Department_has_reportedly_known_for_0826.html

Smells like a conspiracy to finger point to Armitage!!!

9:51 PM  
Anonymous Lobotomy College of the Ozarks said...

Roger, an anonymous patron is offering you a free scholarship at our teaching clinic. Stop by and we can measure you cranium this Wednesday and schedule a procedure let's say...in your case...the same day?

9:53 PM  
Anonymous lthuedk said...

On Subway Serenade:

http://howardempowered.blogspot.com/2006/08/holding-subway-serenade-in-light.html

Do return stronger than before my friend.

9:56 PM  
Anonymous rancourtwatch.org said...

How long how we have been saying that all this talk from Rancourt was neo fascism/nazi like?

"The parallel between LaRouche's thinking and that of the classical fascist model is striking. LaRouche, like Mussolini and Hitler before him, borrowed from Marx yet changed his theories fundamentally. Most important, Marx's internationalist outlook was abandoned in favor of a narrow nation-state perspective. Marx's goal of abolishing capitalism was replaced by the model of a totalitarian state that directs an economy where ownership of the means of production is still largely in public [should this say "private"?] hands. The corporations and their owners remain in place but have to take their orders from LaRouche. Hitler called the schema "national socialism". LaRouche hopes the term "the American System" will be more acceptable."

http://en.wikipedia.org
/wiki/Lyndon_LaRouche

Above the reader will find striking similarities to what Rancourt expouses. infact, it is the basis of his "rants".

9:59 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

lthuedk;

Thaks for letting us know about Subway.. We do miss him on the blog.. I wrote a note to him on the blog... We will all keep him in our thoughts....

10:06 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I'm watching a real President on channel 4 yes John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Ask not what your country can do for you ask what you can do for your country. Mr. Kennedy inspired a generation and I hope another person with political courage would step forward for the good of our country. He include all Americans as part of this United States not like today. Our leaders dictate the direction and equality of our democracy remember that when you vote in Nov. Don't make the mistake we made letting Bush and his supporters take office. We can raise to the challenge of rebuilding our country after the invasion of this corrupt Administration.

10:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is not good news about the Subway Serenade. We do miss him. Shame on those naughty people who chased him away.

10:39 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I hope Subway will recover soon and come visit us with his great music! :)

Miss you Subway!!

10:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You got that right-11:39p and shame on the reason, most likely, that he is sick. He's touched the lives of many, I hope he knows that. Prayers for Mr. S.S.

Truth marches on.

11:06 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I hope Subway Serenade's reads this because he is missed and I know all here on Fitz's blog will pray for a speedy recovery. We're friends on this blog and we care about each other.

11:14 PM  
Blogger e said...

Top of the morning to all

7:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Subway was chased away?

Details?

8:00 AM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

I was going to post the piece about Armitage, but see that Special Prosecutor Biloxi has the scoop. Seems like I remember PJF making a statement at some point about Armitage being a "good egg." Does anyone else remember that?
And thoughts and prayers to Subway Serenade for a speedy recovery.

9:26 AM  
Blogger t said...

Good Morning All,

Sorry to hear about SS-here's hoping for a successful recovery. As Jackie said- He has our support!

A military mom I met yesterday is going to Canada to get her son in Sept. His mom took him there when he heard his unit would be sent to Iraq-again.

The kid just couldn't handle another round of war- He has severe ptsd from the first tour. One of his officers blamed the "training"-said he should have been more "desensitized" so it wouldn't have bothered him...apparently that officers mother wanted to raise a killer?

Anyway, they have a couple of great lawyers to fight his court marshall case coming up at Ft Knox-it should be hitting the news big time within the next week or so.

They are going to fight on the grounds the war is illegal-he couldn't get CO status, and like Lt Watada- is opposed to the illegal war in Iraq. Said he wasn't following anymore illegal orders.
I guess gerbil expects mothers to raise lawbreakers for him-like his mother did.

We are going to pressure the JAGs to do MORE on this front-I hope DC is ready for it;-) 'cause they better get ready. They must be pressured to stand up for our laws and treaties even if gerbil is too weak and pathetic to do so.

SBP I saw the Armitage article-conspiracy finger pointing indeed...
blogger is slow today

9:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr. Evil I think, made horrible remarks about Mr. S.S. and his music/voice. I think he sounds great. He said some hateful remarks about other things too and I think Mr. S.S. was already ill. I don't know everything but I do know that Mr. S.S. is a man of compassion and empathy. Perhaps others should learn empathy instead of reaping terror, threats and lies on the world.

Mr. S.S. should know that he is appreciated and he made a difference. God bless him and his family, his music still speaks for him. His mission of truth will grow and will be heard. Humble people hear a humble man's music and words.

10:17 AM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

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10:35 AM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

More about Armitage:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-corn/the-meaning-of-the-armita_b_28097.html

David Corn is a co-author of a book "Hubris" to go on sale in Sept. This piece, per Corn, clarifies the role Armitage may have played in the leak, and does not excuse the culpability of Rove, Cheney, Libby and the rest. It does shed some light on how deviously Rove and Cheney used media connections and others in doing their dirty deeds.

"The outing of Armitage does change the contours of the leak case. The initial leaker was not plotting vengeance. He and Powell had not been gung-ho supporters of the war. Yet Bush backers cannot claim the leak was merely an innocent slip. Rove confirmed the classified information to Novak and then leaked it himself as part of an effort to undermine a White House critic. Afterward, the White House falsely insisted that neither Rove nor Libby had been involved in the leak and vowed that anyone who had participated in it would be bounced from the administration. Yet when Isikoff and Newsweek in July 2005 revealed a Matt Cooper email showing that Rove had leaked to Cooper, the White House refused to acknowledge this damning evidence, declined to comment on the case, and did not dismiss Rove. To date, the president has not addressed Rove's role in the leak. It remains a story of ugly and unethical politics, stonewalling, and lies."

Corn also says his new book describes how "Karl Rove barely managed to escape indictment with a shaky argument".

10:39 AM  
Blogger Nan said...

Christy posted a piece on the Armitage story that has a ton of terrific links to other commentary and past relevant info:
"Hardin Smith - Something's Missing"

Nan

(Thanks to everyone for your comm with Jordan while we were traveling. He definitely sees himself more a citizen of the world at this point.)

10:59 AM  
Anonymous e said...

SS a hope for healing to come your way ..
know that hate lives in the person who expesses it..they will learn the damage it will do to their on world...

just glad it is them and not me..I just cannot fathom these folks not paying a price in their lives for all these misdeeds...Rove attends the same church and sundayschool the wilson's do while spreading this hidden agenda ,,,what is christian about that...no wonder Pastors have one of the highest rates of suicide. Looing into or ignoring the face of evil that close to power must take its toll.....

11:06 AM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

This Armitage leak story is disturbing. I re-read Corn's post. In it, he refers to Armitage as a moderate. Well, a moderate compared to what? I believe Armitage was/is a member of the neocon PNAC, and just read that he was involved in the Iran-contra scandal of the Reagan years. So perhaps this raises the question as to whether his motives were deeper and nastier than Corn is trying to portray. And is Armitage really such a compulsive gossip that he was not capable of foreseeing consequences of disclosing Valerie Plame's connection to the CIA? Was he used by Karl Rove to set the stage for White House officials to take the now "already known fact" that Valeria Plame worked for the CIA to the next step of completely exposing her? Christy Harden Smith, in her excellent post today, quotes from Swopa at needlenose.com: "if the real story of the Plame outing was as simple as Armitage telling Novak everything, and Novakula then getting a terse confirmation from Rove and going to press, it makes very little sense for Fitzgerald's investigation to unfold as it has. So it's probably safe to assume that things didn't happen that way."

And here is a piece from 2005, the CBS 60 Minutes segment, that offers some insight to the damage done to Valerie Plame, her agency and colleagues, her family and our country: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/10/28/60minutes/main994753.shtml

It appears that Bush has surrounded himself with many layers of master manipulators, posers and dissemblers, to say the least. I don't know any words of condemnation that are strong enough. The fact that a case for treason cannot yet be made is a testament to the evil skillfulness of these people. It is my hope and prayer that Patrick Fitzgerald and his Team can be just as skillful in piecing together what really happened. And I hope the Wilson's include Armitage in their suit.

12:34 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Subway Serenade

I wish you all the best. Peace, harmony, and clarity in all that you do.

1:08 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

What's new Kathleen is it Richard Armitage?

Yep Armitage, another member of the Neocon Zionist conspiracy I heard is going to be dropping the bucket..

Great article on Richard Armitage!

Some even more interesting articles on his subject....

Richard Armitage, the CIA, Zionist Neocons and their lobby

I'm quite proud now to get honorable mention by Tim White and all his quackers, especially when I'm not here. It proves the neocons are all very angry about their crimes being revealed, and prepared to scapegoat anyone too!

That's great news, Kathleen. Next will be the blame the jew and anti-semitism card, even though all real readers of history know that anti-zionism has never been anti-semitism.....

Same card AIPAC played on C-SPAN. Lyndon Larouche is Hitler to them. Watch the neocons fall and watch them dive! =D

I no longer have to waste time on these jokers, they proved their morals by outing themselves here.

1:52 PM  
Anonymous e said...

very interesting read from firedoglake


if the real story of the Plame outing was as simple as Armitage telling Novak everything, and Novakula then getting a terse confirmation from Rove and going to press, it makes very little sense for Fitzgerald’s investigation to unfold as it has. So it’s probably safe to assume that things didn’t happen that way.

So what possible wrinkles are there? I’d start with the odd claim that Armitage didn’t realize his apparently crucial role until reading Novak’s October 1, 2003 column.

I’ve harped repeatedly on the fact that Novak has avoided saying clearly whether his conversation with his so-called primary source was actually the first time he’d learned about Joe Wilson’s wife working for the CIA. Why did the now-indicted Lewis "Scooter" Libby tell so many lies to the FBI and the grand jury about what he knew regarding Plame’s identity if he played no role in that information being passed along to Bob Novak? And why did Libby tell Ari Fleischer the exact information that Novak would attribute to his primary source just one day before Novakula met with Armitage? It seems to me that this mystery hasn’t been fully resolved yet. (emphasis mine)

I’m with Swopa on this one. What possible motivation could Scooter Libby have had to lie unless he was (a) having an attack of personal guilty conscience and trying to save his own ass or (b) more likely, trying to save someone else’s ass, namely Dick Cheney’s.

And I think Jeralyn hits the nail on the head with this observation:

2:07 PM  
Blogger No Blood for Hubris said...

I'm enjoying the Rovian spin that casts Armitage as an inveterate gossip-monger who just "happened" to blurt out the Plame name.

Won't wash, Karl. Nice try at a cover story, but it just won't wash.

2:19 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Good Sunday Bloggers,
sorry to brake your Armitage stride but I just need to pass this on:

Texas Air National Guard Recalls George W. Bush To Active Duty: White House Says He's Missing


The Texas Air National Guard, facing the same enlistment woes as every other branch of the military, has taken the extraordinary step of recalling President George W. Bush back to active service to be deployed to Iraq.

Mr. Bush, who nearly served in the Guard in the early seventies was deemed eligible for service despite his current age of 60. An unnamed source in the Guard was quoted as saying, "

We were all sitting around the Officers Club getting drunk one night, trying to figure out how to bring our enlistments back up to meet our quota's and there was Bush on TV at his ranch in Crawford cutting brush and looking pretty fit.

Well, one thing led to another and pretty soon we all crowded back to Headquarters and wrote him a letter demanding he return to active duty. I don't know, it seemed pretty funny after five or six Alabama Slammers."


Wishing all Bloggers a Great Sunday Evening!

2:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank god Lyndon LaRouche and Roger are still with us.

I have hope for mankind now.

3:40 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Waterflake,

If the military ever put the Gerbil back into active duty to serve for this country, you have to ask, what did he did when he was a Texas National guard? He certainly would flunk the urine test..Maybe they can use the Gerbil for only cutting brush and shrub... The Gerbil would cry for his daddy to bail him out if he was sent back to the military. And he certainly can't be gone for long.. He will miss his Shug. LOL!

7:16 PM  

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