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Attempted American Fascist Coup

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well they did finally succeed when they managed to make Bush junior president despite Al Gore had won the elections in 2001... I wonder why the BBC didn't mention that.

globalist neocons, fascists, banking and industry dynasties are all synonimous, as is proven by the fact that Hitler was financed by major US corporations.

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lalalalala I can't here you, conspiracy don't be silly all those bankers want the best for us. Never has been or will be a conspiracy........ :huh:

Now Seriously any dumb fuk who takes current media at face value should take a look at this. This type of thing has gone on and is still going on right now.

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JFK's Dad, Joseph Kennedy, Ambassador to Germany, supported Adolf over against the UK which was having Irish troubles back then. The Roosevelts were anti-fascist due to Jewish connections. On the face of it, fascism looked like a good deal back then with the world coming out of depression.

Heil Kennedy anyone? <_<

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Vee are vatching you and every key stroke you make, and one day you will all be rendered in a re-education facility :ph34r:

You may joke, but the Echelon spy network IS watching you.

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JFK's Dad, Joseph Kennedy, Ambassador to Germany, supported Adolf over against the UK which was having Irish troubles back then. The Roosevelts were anti-fascist due to Jewish connections. On the face of it, fascism looked like a good deal back then with the world coming out of depression.

Heil Kennedy anyone? <_<

Not true Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Churchill praised Il Duce's fascism which is based on the old Roman empire. The name refers to the standards the Romans used to carry. Germany's National Socialist Workers party of Germany, the Nazis, wasn't fascist.

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You may joke, but the Echelon spy network IS watching you.

There's a lot of stuff out there designed to intimidate you (us). Most of it is bolleaux. Like cut-out policemen by the side of the road, or speed cameras. It's the fear of getting caught that keeps us in line.

Echelon... crap. Makes you think twice before you type.... but don't let it. A) Who is watching? Half the world would have to monitor the other half. B) You are entitled to your opinion. As far as I know, provided you qualify any statement with an "opinion" let out clause, no tw..at can prosecute you.

Absolutely never, ever, be intimidated by rumours of super spy gadgets, echelon, satellites.... screw them. I have an inalienable right to my opinion, and to its expression.... here goes... bliar (no mistake) is the lowest form of subhuman scum ever to ever to "grace" this planet and should be electrocuted.

So sue me.

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it's pretty well known that certain "buzzwords" are looked for and monitored.

where does the line get drawn?....who is subversive?

does the mere statement of an opinion count as subversive?...in legal terms I think not.

does it show a statement of intent to do harm...no unless physical action backs it up.

and subversive to WHAT??,if we indeed DID have shape-shifting lizard people trying to enslave/kill you and your family, would you not be within your rights to know/rebel?...is THAT subversive?,nope that's self-defence.

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The term "terrorism" was first coined to describe the reign of terror by the French government over her people. A key instrument of that terror was the arbitrary arrest as depicted in the "Count of Monte Christo", where Edmond Dante was accused of being a Bonapartist. Whilst in prison, Dante meets teh abbey Ferrera, imprisoned for the exact opposite of opposing Bonaparte.

The same attempt to reign by terror exists in the US and UK today with the abandonment of habeas corpus and Herr Braun's continuing attempts to increase internment without charge from 28 days to 56. Under Bliar, it was increased from 24 hours to 7 days, to 14 days and then, in a "failed attempt" to 90 days, to the current 28 days. It is precisely because you are innocent that they want to detain you without charging you. If you had rights under the law, then you could protest against policies you don't like. Without any rights, you don't know when you've crossed the line and might be arrested; you don't know what is and isn't allowed.

The Nazi reign of terror was such that many of the victims said they despised the Nazis, not for what they did, but for what they made you do out of fear. The Nazis stripped you of all pretence of courage so that you denounced friends and family. If you forgot to salute, you could be accused. You then thrust your hand as high as you could and hollered "Heil Hitler" at the top of your voice. Your accuser would then smirk at the power he had over you. Those fleeing the Nazis would have a child-like fear. That is, they would no longer have any of the dignity of an adult, they would not have the arrogance of a crimnal fleeing capture, but would hide where they could, like a child in trouble.

The same happened in the mad McCarthy witchunts against communists in America and again in Vietnam where bounties were paid for anyone fingering Viet Cong, the Vietnamese supporters of the North. Those accused were summarily shot without any form of trial.

The way to deal with such reigns of terror is to nip it in the bud. The Scholl children failed in this in Germany. Having distributed anti-Nazi leaflets, they were beheaded by Hitler. So Hitler upped the ante on the terror. Bliar and Braun are using instead the fear of terrorism, though Bliar has had one RAF veteran arrested for "anti-Bliar slogans". It's sort of like a game of chicken to see whether we can be cowed into obedience or whether the government backs down first. Bliar's reaction to the 7/7 bombings shows he was crapping his pants unlike his rousing speech on Sep11th when he said we'd stand shoulder to shoulder and that the attack on the WTC was an attack on the West. This suggests he was party to the 7/7 bombing; why else would he be so nervous? Herr Braun hasn't gone that far and the staged three "terrorist attacks" all of which appear to have failed.

Perhaps these crooks fear the coming economic catastrophe of decades of living way beyond our means with promises from the corrupt government. Perhaps they fear the French Revolution, which was the reaction to the economic mismanagement in France. Certainly Herr Braun is seizing pensions, dormant accounts and imposing "anti-money laundering" legislation.

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You may joke, but the Echelon spy network IS watching you.

Bomb Plot, Bliar, Bilderburgh, Skull and Bones, Bush, Industrial Military Complex, New World Order, Project for The American Century .....there all their bleepers are going off now. I'm actually one of their regulars, in fact they had to set more staff on just to read all my subversive Anti Establishment posts...........Power to the People .............down with the Police State......

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Bomb Plot, Bliar, Bilderburgh, Skull and Bones, Bush, Industrial Military Complex, New World Order, Project for The American Century .....there all their bleepers are going off now. I'm actually one of their regulars, in fact they had to set more staff on just to read all my subversive Anti Establishment posts...........Power to the People .............down with the Police State......

nice one...and just for good measure...terrorism.

We've had it in spades...the IRA were bombing us for a long time,and we didn't back down.

..Hitler was DELIBERATELY trying to kill our fellow countrymen too,and we didn't surrender freedom.If anything it made us stronger as a nation.

so a few little nukes or whatever aren't going to break us are they???

the politicians would like to,but what will OUR response be?

I'm not planning on surrendering to the EU,NWO or anybody

We shall fight them on the beaches...in the pubs...in the churches....in the shopping malls.We will fight and we may die,but we will NEVER surrender.NO foreign power will EVER be allowed to reign over this sceptred isle.By stealth,bribery and fear the forces of evil will try to destroy us,but our unity in our hour of need will slay this serpent.

..just as long as you don't mind losing a few hours of Eastenders when the telly goes blank.

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-You may joke, but the Echelon spy network IS watching you.

not really. they are only watching the computer. not whos using it.

Nice little tie-in with a subject area better known to us on HPC - high finance and central banks.

Look up "Room 641A" in 'cisco. Apparently this is one of a number of places in the ECHELON countries that listens to the internet. The listening equipment consists in this case of -speed data loggers that "taps off" a little of the light from each fibre channel carrying internet traffic.

The listening equipment software is from Narus, whose board of directors includes:

Shahan D. Soghikian, JP Morgan Partners.

http://narus.com/

S-U-R-P-R-I-S-E !!

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-You may joke, but the Echelon spy network IS watching you.

not really. they are only watching the computer. not whos using it.

Nice little tie-in with a subject area better known to us on HPC - high finance and central banks.

Look up "Room 641A" in 'cisco. Apparently this is one of a number of places in the ECHELON countries that listens to the internet. The listening equipment consists in this case of high-speed data loggers that "taps off" a little of the light from each fibre channel carrying internet traffic.

The listening equipment software is from Narus, whose board of directors includes:

Shahan D. Soghikian, JP Morgan Partners.

http://narus.com/

S-U-R-P-R-I-S-E !!

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