Thursday, November 22, 2007

The Real Face OF The Occupation's Surge

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Lab rats for fascism.

"The Bush administration is turning Iraq into a test tube for modern techniques of repression, from sophisticated biometrics that track populations to devastating weapons systems that combine night-vision optics from drone aircraft, heat resonance imaging and deadly firepower from the sky to kill suspected insurgents.

These high-tech capabilities, when mixed with loose rules of engagement that allow U.S. troops to kill Iraqis at the slightest sign of hostility, have contributed to what U.S. generals and a growing number of American journalists are hailing as an improving security situation.
Or, as President George W. Bush reportedly told Australia’s deputy prime minister in September, “We’re kicking ass.”

One thought that has stayed with me for decades, and seems to be more true today than ever before, is if an american wants to see the future of the US all she has to do is take a look at american client states. You know, those foreign spheres of influence occupied by troops, controlled by american corporations or simply run by an installed tyrant. Examples abound, there are literally dozens of countries to choose from. Topography and skin color may have differed somewhat but the agenda was the same - resource extraction for corporate enrichment coupled with vicious widespread repression. Our overlords been merrily extracting our tax money since forever and with a restive population, maybe due to economic collapse and new wars, soon we'll see a well oiled crackdown right here.

Militarism, rigged elections, climate of fear, controlled media, rampant criminality, sound familiar? The only reason our fascists haven't gone all death squads and disappearances on us is because most of brainwashed america is quite content with their Fox TV, their diversions and their wage slave banality to actually care about much else. And this is the dazed state they want to keep us in. What was that quote by Bertrand Russell? "Many people would sooner die than think. In fact they do." It's this thin veneer of relative opulence and mindless belief in unsustainable fairy tales that's shielding us from the brutal face of overt repression. That and how our masters feel they can control us without bullets.

The wreckage in Iraq is a splendid opportunity for our overlords to practice their upcoming high tech tyranny at home. Criminal MSM will dutifully chirp away with their happy face fantasies while real stories should be about the biometric databases, surveillance drones, crowd dispersal weaponry, and other goose stepping means of total control. The nazis didn't waste their splendid opportunities to study populations under their control; all kinds of information is available about those well documented activities. Is that much different than the US military testing all forms of exotic weapons on the people of Fallujah?

Iraq's been a grand laboratory for the manipulators in a lot of ways. Back during the first gulf slaughter in 1991 the first use of chemtrails were noticed and puzzled over. Think that Limbaugh's "college pranks" at Abu Graib were solely for deviate gratification of a few low level flunkies? Perhaps they just need to fine tune some persuasion techniques, because it's guaranteed they're still at it. A completely traumatized population under brutal security subjugation, out of work, sickened by chemicals and radiation poisoning, with no hope for the future and trapped in their nightmare, what an ideal captive bunch of lab rats, perfect to use for the evolving need to control or eliminate political dissent. Because that's our future too.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have a very strong gut feeling there are a lot more folks aware of what's going on than there are not aware. the vast majority work and feel trapped. alone. afraid and unsure. certainly and understandably oh so tired at the end of the day, so a night in front of the tube, zoned out, feels much more relaxing than seeing reality and trying to think of things to do to change it.

sure, there are some small groups in pockets here and there trying to enact change, but they are by and large working with government and corporate big shots.

that isn't the way to make change of course. not today.

the answer is to unite together as private citizens--and work together as private citizens. create a new system without the controllers. and most importantly ask ourselves what we want. what we need. in very specific details.

there will be a variety of answers.

which is why i hold the vision for a variety of communities with like-minded goals, beliefs, values.

problem one of course is are we EVOLVED enough to adapt the "live and let live" philosophy. adapting the true concept of freedom. can two communities with differing values co-exist as neighbors?

problem two is what would we do when the controllers attempted to stop our desired agenda(s). some will believe in fighting force with force. some are true pacifists who would not be willing or perhaps able to use any kind of force.

even if the people "take back the country", a phrase i see almost daily in the blogosphere, what kind of a country do we envision? personally i like the idea of independent "states" instead of UNITED states. we're simply too diverse to have this many people uphold one set of laws and values. although as mentioned above if we are evolved enough to abide by the "live and let live" approach, it's doable.

but i don't see us there yet as a species.

freedom is indeed, in its pure definition and form, a very large pill to swallow.

22/11/07 10:26 AM  
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22/11/07 11:16 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Cogent comments, anon. My addition to that would be that it was always best for us to be local. Recognizing the NWO scam of NAFTA and NATO ad nauseum is paramount to reclaiming our lives.

22/11/07 11:18 AM  
Anonymous nick z. said...

This experiment in Iraq is obviously meant to create more terrorist enemies for the empire, not less.

Btw, Muslims have always been predominantly a people who believe in honorable warfare. There is no friiggin way that they can possibly believe that the US and its allies are honorable warriors, not under the circumstances created by this kind of ultra-modern, futuristic warfare.

All I can say is, if they start using more terrorist actions aginst the US empire, I won't blame them for a second.

How would you like it if an invading army burnt the members of your family, women and children, with some kind of futuristic heat-ray, just to pave the way for a military base and a party of ugly imperial thugs, and there was nothing you could do about it but run and hide, and plot some kind of vengeance?

23/11/07 6:43 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Absolutely, nick. They thrive on enemies and use them or create them when necessary to use as justification for more brutality.
This is one of the most crucial concepts that 'normal' people must wrap their naive minds around - our government and military should cease being the good guys to them. They should stop avoiding reality.

23/11/07 7:41 AM  

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