Sunday, September 27, 2009

History Re-Forgotten

Once upon a time there was a government agency that failed to prevent a major terrorist attack because they ignored the warnings by one of their field officers.

They set out to be more preemptive in their efforts and they were given permission by their glorious leader to listen in on every citizen’s conversation instead of just foreigners.

One day they overheard a conversation about blowing up the tallest building in the nation. The agency infiltrated the group and got to know the members. Notes were made of their habits and travails.

The agents decided one day that they heard enough and arrested the terrorists. When the case went to trial it was discovered that these terrorists didn’t have the money to even buy combat boots.

Frustrated, the agency decided that they would create a false terrorist network and branch out across the country posing as the kind of boisterous disgruntled citizens you see at public protests. They created false members for every type of organization surrounding various conspiracy theories.

The only difference is this time they would provide real information and material support up to the last few minutes in order to turn the penniless disgruntled citizens into real terrorists they could arrest and actually convict.

The problem is that this kind of tactic didn’t work so well with Ruby Ridge, Waco and other previous incidents, but they appear to be a new generation that forgot about those incidents.

Monday, May 25, 2009

North Korea Nuclear Test

Kim Jung-Il startled awake in the middle of the night. His bed shaking. An Earth Quake! Just what they had been hoping for! The memos had already been printed and were actually beginning to yellow with age. The one flaw they overlooked, and yet to be tested by the forensic experts: the age of the paper and ink used in officially reporting a successful underground nuclear test.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

What's really happening to America

The same thing that happens to local municipalities.

The businesses move out of town, build factories in other locations, and still sell their products in-town to people who don't have good paying jobs anymore. The flow of money out is a swollen river, while the local income in low wages is a trickling stream.

This is the cause of the housing crisis, the credit crunch, bankruptcies, etc.

This is happening to most of the developed countries on a global scale. the money is flowing into East Asia from Oceania. It looks like George Orwell will be correct after all, and very shortly.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

New link added -

A link at the blog has been added. has a watchful eye on things, so my sidebar now has a link for it.

The list of watchdogs grows very slowly here as my other work takes most of my time. America has little time left. Since the creation of this website and blog, we have a new president with what we thought might be a new agenda.

I have little doubt that there will be NOT much latitude for President Obama to change the official behaviors of those holding the highest offices in the land. He can't be blamed immediately because the opponents of the bureaucracy he inherited are still in action, and there are still officials from the Bush administration populating the lower echelons.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

President Obama's new world

Tomorrow I stop looking for work.
There are countless like me, and countless we will remain.