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“Almost all people are hypnotics.
The proper authority saw to it that the proper belief should be induced and the people believed properly.”
— Charles Hoy Fort

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Olbermann: The beginning of the end of America


From the Disclose.tv poster...
Olbermann takes Bush on for the "Military Commissions Act" and the death of Habeas Corpus.

And if you somehow think Habeas Corpus has not been suspended for American citizens but only for everybody else, ask yourself this: If you are pulled off the street tomorrow, and they call you an alien or an undocumented immigrant or an "unlawful enemy combatant" — exactly how are you going to convince them to give you a court hearing to prove you are not? Do you think this Attorney General is going to help you?

This President now has his blank check.

He lied to get it.

He lied as he received it.

Is there any reason to even hope, he has not lied about how he intends to use it, nor who he intends to use it against?

This is a nice piece... so very well written and presented... I'm relieved that we have Mr. Olbermann and that he is allowed to broadcast vitally important commentary such as this. It tells me that at least a bit of the America that I love is still there and there is reason to hope for tomorrow... that the American people won't fall for the false flags and fake fear of a nearly non-existent "enemy" and allow the regime to destroy it all.

I should actually watch the TV that I pay to receive, I suppose, as I'd like to hear more of Olbermann and I miss watching Democracy Now, which Dish kindly and progressively provides. There's just so much to do... ever more... it just doesn't cross my mind to turn the thing on.

Hope is good, but I pray that people take this wisdom to heart and actually act on it... it's the only way to save ourselves from the horrors that might otherwise occur.

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