Humint Events Online: When Did Lawrence Wilkerson Become a Gay Socialist?

Saturday, November 06, 2010

When Did Lawrence Wilkerson Become a Gay Socialist?

Kidding, of course. Though it's amazing to see a Republican who sounds rational. He's against attacking Iran, against uncontrolled military spending, and is willing to call out Bush on war crimes. Most chillingly he talks about the people pushing for war with Iran, and says that today, we are about where we were with invading Iraq in 1997 or so. He talks about the same cabal of people who pushed for attacking Iraq, inexorably moving to attacking Iran. The big question (which he doesn't address) is whether there will be some major false-flag attack to spur on an Iran war. It's easy to guess 'yes', but who knows as they may still just rely on 9/11 and just push the media propaganda campaign full steam ahead.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You left out that he was Colin Powell's Chief of Staff. And Powell is the phoniest asset of the intel agencies/secret societies ever.

Powell you recall duped lots of people that he was a genuine contrarian in the Bush Admin, and was "against going to War against Iraq." So given that deeper bogus "fact", none other than Powell was used to make the TOTALLY FALSE case at the U.N. [Laughably bogus intel agency claptrap about "yellowcake" you recall.]

So why should we trust Powell's trusted aide-de-camp, in anything the latter says?

This guy and the show seems to just be part of the continuing Op of pretending the USA is a democracy with opposing parties, and/or opposing wings.

How many voted against the Patriot Act? How many would vote against a new version when the PTB decide to have it? Or all the things they approve without public voting?

Only one Senator voted against the 2001 Patriot Act--Feingold. And didn't they just un-[s]elect him now? And most of them "knew" what's what in 2001, I assert. Just gutless or pre-paid or otherwise controlled assets ultimately of London and/or Rome.

No help will come for the American people from "Congress". Wilkerson is just part of the Op to keep people sleeping or dreaming.

Interesting that I saw the news said nearly 80% of very young people didn't vote. When you realize that these are the people with the most to lose--their long futures--and they still don't vote, it tells you they know that whoever is selected for the Congress won't make a difference in matters that count. (Or else too much good stuff was on TV, for some of them.)

This show even brings up "libertarians." But is there a single libertarian who supports rel 9/11 truth--that the WTC was nuked and the China Syndrome resulted? All PUBLIC opposition does seem to be more assets of the intel agencies/secret societies. The key again seems to be that libertarians are into the bogus act called..."voting."

Things are vastly worse now, for the majority than when the founding fathers made a revolution.

2:12 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Well, I won't argue with much of that. I knew that he was Powell's COS and I didn't say that he was trustworthy.

Good to get a reminder about that disgraceful performance by Powell at the UN about the supposed imminent threat Iraq was-- his speech that ramped up the case for war, as Powell was so "reasonable" and "trustworthy".

Nonetheless, still interesting to hear what Wilkerson had to say. I fear he is correct about the people pushing the case for an Iran war.

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well I won't argue your last paragraph.

But I do wonder if the coming war on Iran is hyperbole? They have been saying this is imminent for five years or so now.

Isn't that about right?

5:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dennis Kucinich voted against the patriot act.

"It's time for our Party to show some backbone. It's time to stand for the repeal of the PATRIOT Act. As a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, I spoke against it, I voted against it, and I introduced legislation for its repeal."
.....Dennis Kucinich

10:23 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Thanks for that about Kucinich. He is one of the few decent people in the congress, assuming he was re-elected this last election (I assume he was, otherwise I would have heard of it). In any case, was he the ONLY Representative to vote against the Patriot act?

12:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No the House actually had a couple dozen vote against it as I recall--not just Kucinich.

I wrote that in the Senate, it was only Feingold, and I think he was just un[s]elected.

11:24 PM  
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