Wednesday, May 30, 2007

The Constitution Is Dead, Long Live The Decidership

Actually I saw information about this weeks ago and didn't ascribe as much importance to it as some people ultimately have. It's just more of the same - the fascists merely enunciating what had been de facto policy demonstrated time and again over the years.

When our putative mob bosses stole the election in 2000 they had decided to take the long simmering overthrow of constitutional government off the back burner and make the fascism overt and in our faces. Hence 9/11 and all the horror that's followed. That this step in their scheming didn't make the nightly news is also old hat.

This is their tyranny. We just live in it.

Bush Pens Dictatorship Directive, Few Notice

"It is hardly surprising not a single corporate newspaper reported the death of the Constitution. Go to Google News and type in “National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive” and hit enter. Google returns ten paltry results, not one from the New York Times, the Washington Post, or related corporate media source. Google Trends rates the story as “mild,” that is to say it warrants nary a blip on the news radar screen. Of course, another death blow to the Constitution, already long on life support, is hardly news. Few understand we now live in a dictatorship, or maybe it should be called a decidership."
In short, Bush may now declare himself absolute ruler at any moment and Congress can like it or lump it. Naturally, this act of betrayal is of so little importance and consequence, the corporate media believes you are better served knowing Justin Timberlake is in love."


Blogger emald said...

scary. george of the jungle is beyond vapid so who's (what's) behind him? What/whom ever it would sure seem that our constitution is indeed gone. Rule of law gone. Reason gone. Scary times.

30/5/07 10:39 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

You're right, since he's just reading from a script, who's writing it and what was all the preperation for? We may be in for a very unpleasant surprise soon where their 'contingency plans' will be put into effect.

31/5/07 12:01 AM  

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