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Cost of Bin Laden Deception: US$3 Trillion
As we mark Osama bin Laden's death, what's striking is how much he cost our nation--and how little we've gained from our fight against him. By conservative estimates, bin Laden cost the United States at least $3 trillion over the past 15 years, counting the disruptions he wrought on the domestic economy, the wars and heightened security triggered by the terrorist attacks he engineered, and the direct efforts to hunt him down. – The Atlantic
Dominant Social Theme: Was it worth it? Not particularly? We need a more effective way to pursue the war on terror.
Free-Market Analysis: The Atlantic Magazine has published a remarkable article totaling up the cost of fighting bin Laden and pursuing the war on terror. Total dollars: US$3 trillion. Given the perilous state of Western finance, this amount of money reveals not the West's determination to fight for its rapidly vanishing "freedoms" but the utter contempt in which the Anglosphere's great banking families hold Western solvency.
It is far more important to pursue an illusory foe in an apparently made-up war than to create a prosperous civil society. The real war, evidently and obviously, is between the West's middle classes (now suffering through the agonies of austerity) and the Anglo-American banking elites. But lest we sound too extreme (is this a real danger?) let us hasten to explain one more time the genesis of the war on terror, the creation of bin Laden and why the US$3 trillion sums up in hard dollars the contempt of Anglosphere elites for the Western masses that they purport to lead.
It is an important exercise in our view given the blanket coverage (around the world) of bin Laden's supposed death. We must begin long ago with the Soviet Union and its invasion of Afghanistan. But let us go back even further and remind our viewers and prescient feedbackers that even the USSR was in part a creation of Anglosphere elites which protected Red Communist leaders and funded their victory over the White Russians. In other words the Soviet Union was a creation at least partially of the Anglosphere elites. Keep that in mind.
Now fast forward to the somewhat inexplicable decision of the Russians to invade Afghanistan and the West's subsequent decision to encourage a local insurgency to fight against the USSR's invasion. To this end, the CIA and other Western intel forces created and funded a local group of Middle Eastern fighters that after the war were to be re-identified as "Al Qaeda," also known as the "foundation" (Arabic translation) and sometimes referred to as "the list." Not only did the CIA help fund and train this group, it also apparently helped ensure that Osama bin Laden – the scion of a wealthy Saudi construction family with close ties to the Bush family – would gain leadership of the group, supposedly because of the great fortune of US$300 million he had inherited from his family.
Osama, who apparently toured the US in the 1990s as a CIA asset known as Tim Osman, was formally identified as the head of this radical Islamic faction (Al Qaeda) in the later 1990s. This was important because bin Laden was supposedly dying of Marfan's disease, which is genetic and affects the joints and heart and in his case the kidneys. He needed constant dialysis and is said to have died peacefully in a French hospital in the late 1990s or early 2000s. Alternatively, he is said to have been assassinated in 2003.
This did not deter Western intelligence agencies, which apparently kept him alive (metaphorically anyway) and ultimately blamed him for 9/11. Who or what actually was responsible for 9/11 remains an open question (as the US government refuses to investigate further) but the chances that it was either bin Laden or Al Qaeda seem increasingly remote as a historic perspective is gained of the events surrounding 9/11.
Perhaps it was a radicalized, fundamentalist Islamic faction – the kind of blowblack that the CIA is famous for creating either on purpose or by mistake. But anyone who examines the life and apparent death of bin Laden with an open-mind (given the plethora of information on the Internet) would be hard pressed to believe that someone in his condition would have survived in good condition, without amputations or mental incompetency, through to 2011.
Thus we see, as others in the alternative news community have observed, that a false-history has likely been prepared – one that provides book ends to a decade-long military narrative. There are yet a good many questions as to who carried out the initial 9/11 attacks and how (especially given that bin Laden's great, modernized caves were never found in Tora Bora) and even more questions as to life, death and physical condition of bin Laden himself.
As to bin Laden's death in 2011 at the hands of American security forces, one can only marvel at the audacity of the presentation. There is no evidence that bin Laden lived out his life in the "compound" where he was supposedly shot; there is no body either as he was dumped at sea. There are no photos as they would be too gruesome to reveal, according to the US administration. The DNA tests that were said to be conducted actually took place in too short a time to be physically feasible.
There are of course home movies, but these have already been debunked by supposed "conspiratorial" sites such as those run by Alex Jones. All the images save one seem to be based on previously available images of bin Laden – and many of these are apparently demonstrably false as are the audio tapes he supposedly released throughout the past decade. There is one new image – or series of images – of an old man huddled in a robe looking at himself on a decrepit TV. But it is informative that the old man (bin Laden?) is only seen in profile, and the profile itself is not full on but is gained from a perspective – a camera angle – behind the left ear!
To sum up, there is not, apparently, one decent element of evidence that would even BEGIN to let an unbiased viewer believe that bin Laden was shot in Pakistan last week. Almost every single element of the bin Laden story does not seem to stand up to scrutiny. It is our considered bet that the great treasure trove of documents supposedly found on hard drives in this "safe house" will not produce new information than WikiLeaks has – another evident intelligence operation based on the principal of "limited hangout." (Alternatively, there were "terrorist" elements in the house, though no bin Laden, and it is possible that some useful information was obtained, but it is surely hard to winnow out what is truthful from what is not.)
Let us end by returning to the Atlantic article and its startling summation of cost. Certainly US$3 trillion, had it been spent correctly could have determined the true culprits of 9/11 and also established the actual narrative of the life and death of bin Laden. Instead, it has been spent invading two countries, Afghanistan and Iraq, that are partially destroyed and fairly destabilized. Here is how the Atlantic puts it:
What we are left with, after bin Laden, is a lingering bill that was exacerbated by decisions made in a decade-long campaign against him. We borrowed money to finance the war on terrorism rather than diverting other national-security funding or raising taxes. We expanded combat operations to Iraq before stabilizing Afghanistan, which in turn led to the recent reescalation of the American commitment there. We tolerated an unsupervised national-security apparatus, allowing it to grow so inefficient that, as The Washington Post reported in a major investigation last year, 1,271 different government institutions are charged with counterterrorism missions (51 alone track terrorism financing), which produce some 50,000 intelligence reports each year, many of which are simply not read.
We have also shelled out billions of dollars in reconstruction funding and walking-around money for soldiers, with little idea of whether it has even helped foreigners, much less the United States; independent investigations suggest as much as $23 billion is unaccounted for in Iraq alone. "We can't account for where any of it goes – that's the great tragedy in all of this," Hellman says. "The Pentagon cannot now and has never passed an audit--and, to me, that's just criminal."
It's worth repeating that the actual cost of bin Laden's September 11 attacks was between $50 billion and $100 billion. That number could have been higher, says Adam Rose, coordinator for economics at the University of Southern California's National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events, but for the resilience of the U.S. economy and the quick response of policymakers to inject liquidity and stimulate consumer spending. But the cost could also have been much lower, he says, if consumers hadn't paid a fear premium--shying away from air travel and tourism in the aftermath of the attacks. "Ironically," he says, "we as Americans had more to do with the bottom-line outcome than the terrorist attack itself, on both the positive side and the negative side."
The same is true of the nation's decision, for so many reasons, to spend at least $3 trillion responding to bin Laden's attacks. More than actual security, we bought a sense of action in the face of what felt like an existential threat. We staved off another attack on domestic soil. Our debt load was creeping up already, thanks to the early waves stages of baby-boomer retirements, but we also hastened a fiscal mess that has begun, in time, to fulfill bin Laden's vision of a bankrupt America. If left unchecked, our current rate of deficit spending would add $9 trillion to the national debt over the next decade. That's three Osamas, right there.
Although bin Laden is buried in the sea, other Islamist extremists are already vying to take his place. In time, new enemies, foreign and domestic, will rise to challenge America. What they will cost us, far more than we realize, is our choice.
This is surely a gloomy assessment and as we suggested at the beginning of this article it does far more to establish the contempt with which Western elites hold American and European middle classes than it does the determination of Western governments to successfully pursue a war on terror. Al Qaeda was at least in its initial terrorist stages partially a promotion of Western intelligence; bin Laden was the scion of a family with close business ties to the Bush family and apparently a CIA asset to boot; he was a very sick man a decade ago (at least) and the idea that he survived to 2011 is doubtful in the extreme.
There is no doubt the war on terror is a manipulated war. The Internet itself has challenged most of the dominant social themes of the Anglo-American power elite and left it increasingly puzzled as to how it can pursue its goal of world domination without the kind of total media control it enjoyed in the 20th century. The result of this puzzlement is predictable; war and more war. They did it 500 years ago when the Gutenberg press broke the elite stranglehold on information and they are doing it now, in our view.
For the elites, money does not matter. They control central banks around the world and can print as much money as they wish and fund whatever programs they wish to fund. (Though eventually economic and political considerations of nation-states wil take their toll.) The US$3 trillion drained from Western coffers to pursue illusory wars and phantom enemies is in fact a net-positive from the point of view of Western elites. With their fear-based promotions foundering, Money Power has increasingly fallen back on brute force and authoritarianism. And this means that the world itself must be thrown into chaos and poverty lest the middle classes look too closely at the false narrative being constructed around them.
Conclusion: This is the cost of the lies that are being told and the manipulation being promulgated. A cool US$3 trillion. Even the Soviet Union never spent money like that. For the Anglosphere elites, pursuing their program of world governance as they are, money is no object. We knew that. But the Atlantic has done us a favor by totaling up the sum.
Posted by channa on 05/12/11 01:45 AM
You can read that article in English at their site also:
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I thought this was interesting:
"For example, during the last U.S. presidential elections, it was reported that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton disappeared on June 6, 2008, in order to negotiate an end to their rivalry. In reality, they participated in the annual conference of the Bilderberg Group in Chantilly, Virginia (USA). The following day, Mrs. Clinton announced that she was retiring from the race. Some authors concluded that the decision was taken during the Bilderberg meeting. The logic is faulty, since the decision was already a foregone conclusion three days before, given the number of votes for Senator Obama at the Democratic Party's nominating committee.
According to our sources, something else happened. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton concluded a financial and political agreement. Senator Obama bailed out his rival financially and offered her a position in his administration (Clinton refused the vice-presidency and instead chose the State Department) in exchange for her active support during the campaign against McCain.
Then, the two leaders were presented by James A. Johnson to the Bilderberg Conference, where they assured the participants that they would work together. Barack Obama had already been NATO's candidate for a long time. Mr. Obama and his family have always worked for the CIA and the Pentagon.  Moreover, the initial funds for his campaign were provided by the Crown of England, via a businessman named Nadhmi Auchi. In presenting the Black Senator to the Bilderbergers, the Atlantic Alliance was, in fact, organizing public relations at the international level for the future president of the United States."
Reply from The Daily Bell
Wow. Some analysis! Good site you have, too.
Posted by amanfromMars on 05/11/11 12:20 PM
Thanks for the McKenna/TIMEWAVE ZERO pages link, Wayne, which gave a radical boost to what that which I/we might be into, because it mirrored and confirmed that which is the virtual reality and true nature of existence?
And that is .... well, it's is one of those Oppenheimer type moments, is it not? ..... "Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds."
And as for Jefferson Airplane's A.L.I.C.E in Wonderland homage, well .... that was just as icing on the cake for virtual machines and their AIdDrivers ... Click to view link .... although for those who realise the significance of Imagine, and it's true, does this hit the sweet spot for the money shot too ........ Click to view link
Posted by Wayne on 05/10/11 09:12 PM
"Which is all a bit too much like this quote which was being hosted on the Daily Bell earlier, to be any different and better ...... "Keynesians think that you can take water from the deep end of the swimming, pump it into the shallow end of the swimming pool and somehow the water level of the swimming pool will rise." - Thomas Woods'
Oh Well, Life down in the Rabbit Hole
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But soon, the "big shift" is here. what McKenna called TIMEWAVE ZERO.
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What, me worry!
Posted by dotti on 05/10/11 08:14 PM
Sorry. the "I don't read French" comment was meant to be tongue in cheek. On re-reading, I think that it may not have come across that way. Apologies.
However, the link did send me to a French site.
Posted by dotti on 05/10/11 08:11 PM
Sorry. Sounds like an interesting link, but I don't read French.
Re: Things are not what they appear to be.
When we find that the familiar, comfortable truths are Click to view link becomes very uncomfortable.
Posted by channa on 05/10/11 03:28 PM
Very good article. 3 Trillion dollars is hard to get your brain around! Do Americans ever worry that reparations may be called for one day for all the damage done?
There is a very good article at Click to view link by Thierry Meyssan called "What you don't know about the Bilderberg-Group"
He lays the case that Bilderberg group is not the creators of the World Government, but is itself a creation of NATO. He gets into the 2008 election and Obama/Clinton agreement that was made behind doors and which the president is merely a product and selection of an elite group within NATO.
He also has another article at that site about bin laden. very worth reading.
The bin laden article brings out some good points about the "need" for the elites to get rid of Osama, which he says is directly linked to the "al qaida" entities that are now in Libya and elsewhere.
Things are not what they appear to be.
Posted by KittyAntonikWakfer on 05/10/11 01:37 PM
"Big-picture analysis", as Shilo phrased it in his comment about that of Elias Alias, is what is sorely missing in MSM while so sorely needed by the common thinking person who is trying to make sense from what the government is doing and saying. Those who simply accept whatever a current administration does as what is "best" - since they "know" and MSM says so - are likely a lost cause. Dotti's "intelligent" friends are an example of those who appear to have spent years thinking inside the box when it comes to government, never truly questioning the contents of reports and whether this form of "authority" is logically deserved, or if it is even necessary with the technology of today. (To the last I say it is not and recommend reasoned consideration of "Social Meta-Needs: A New Basis for Optimal Interaction" - Click to view link )
It is the Internet's alternative news & commentary sites that will slowly wear away the bastion that print media - even with its online versions - have held for generations. I suspect that governments and those behind them are actually fearful of this future and are plotting ways to turn the tide. One of those methods must surely be to cast doubt on the sanity of any who question what they have been told are the facts and/or reasons. Obama's recent comment that whoever questions the appropriateness of the killing of Osama bin Laden - that "justice was done" - "needs to have their head examined". The clip on the radio stands out in my mind and my immediate thought was "the gall of the man", followed quickly with "a not unexpected government tactic" to claim one's detractors are mentally unbalance.
Any US government investigation of the incident will be no more revealing of the truth than was that of the WTC affair... and probably the OK City bombing too. But once again the Internet will be the way all the facts get disseminated, thanks to articles like DB's and their reasoning/researching contributing commenters.
Posted by MetaCynic on 05/10/11 12:34 PM
Even if one takes the government at its word and accepts as fact the claim that Osama was assassinated by a Navy Seal raiding party, one still must marvel at the government's prodigious waste and towering incompetence.
Why summarily execute the most valuable intelligence asset on earth? Was there nothing to be learned by interrogating him about his past operations, organizational structure and future plans? If what amounted to detective work and a police swat team raid was all it took find and take out this public enemy #1, then why was $3 trillion spent on war and national security hysteria? These are questions which a thinking public and a functioning watch dog media would ask but haven't.
But then DB has already answered those questions - wars against make believe enemies are enormously profitable for those who never have enough money and power. After this display of waste and incompetence, how could anyone believe that government will save us money by efficiently delivering health care?
Posted by dotti on 05/10/11 08:03 AM
Thanks Elias Alias. Thanks much.
I have worked my way through the first links, through Representative Key's video documentary film (get this one while it's still online)
I was confused by that one. Was I supposed to end up at something called APFN? I bailed out of the Randi Rhodes interview, although I found it interesting. I had to abandon it because I was having headphone "issues" and Hubby is still asleep.
I'll finish later, but many thanks for your excellent links.
Posted by amanfromMars on 05/10/11 05:03 AM
""Can't resist: Are you the pot or, the kettle?" ....... :-) For those into quantum fields of control and communications is there no choice to be made there, for one can easily be both even as one is something else which is quite different but mindful and reflective of the two." .... Posted by amanfromMars on 05/10/11 01:19 AM.
Or should that be mindful and reflective of the three, with the trilogy of views being the essence of yet others views resting/waiting in formulation to be further explored and boldly realised with presentation for another future program and/or most modern virtual machine application in civil cyberspace projects? For some who would be into powerful elite controls for Great Game plays, is it the reality which easily invades and rightly occupies the high ground in any base environment in dire straits need of reinvention and revitalisation.
And here is a Manchurian Candidate and most suitable case for treatment? ....... "The real issue ahead is whether Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will reignite speculation by reintroducing more quantitative easing, Wiedemer says. The central bank has supported the recovery in part by printing trillions of dollars to buy up Treasury debt on the open market, which has kept interest rates low.
'That's the really big question. My guess is that you are, but not immediately. Ben knows that if he announces quantitative easing right now, people are going to get scared to death that this is just an unlimited printing machine. That's going to hurt the dollar and make gold soar again,' he says." ..... Click to view link
The real issue is much more invasive and damaging, and has nothing at all to do with suchs baubles and beads as the dollar and gold and it is that Uncle Sam is bankrupt of the universal intelligence which leads into the future with a prosperous and constructive See, and contents itself with defrauding the ignorant and arrogant markets with illusions of wealth and control.
It is something which with every passing day do more and more see/read/experience, and thus does it guarantee ever more and quicker flight to greener fields in smarter realms.
One does wonder at the madness across the pond that does not purchase its own saviour with such baubles and beads as maufacture their own demise. But then I just suppose that is the inherent abiding problem for all intellectual pygmies blinded to their own follies rather than schooled in the fine art and ancient arts of the Great Game and human perception management .... sustainable and universally beneficial model virtual reality production.
"The central bank has supported the recovery in part by printing trillions of dollars to buy up Treasury debt on the open market, which has kept interest rates low." ...... An incestuous affair which locks in crippling sub-prime toxicity to its host originator and magnifies its effect to levels which kill off all players who would be supportive of the scam and supporters of scams.
Which is all a bit too much like this quote which was being hosted on the Daily Bell earlier, to be any different and better ...... "Keynesians think that you can take water from the deep end of the swimming, pump it into the shallow end of the swimming pool and somehow the water level of the swimming pool will rise." - Thomas Woods
Posted by amanfromMars on 05/10/11 01:19 AM
"Must add that sometimes, DB is appraised of something that they reserve the right to elaborate and do an article on. This is reasonable.
They may also be an elite front, a pole of a hegellian dialectric, seeking truth such that some new and more stable compromise between abbitrary power and freedom of "we, the people" can be found. It is my role to prove this impossible, and to keep everyone focussed on the ball. " .... Posted by rossbcan on 05/09/11 02:48 PM
That is an odd role you have chosen for yourself, rossbcan, and surely it would be much better to make possible an elite front, a pole of a hegellian dialectric, seeking truth so that some new and more stable compromise between arbitrary power and freedom of "we, the people" can be found.
Regarding DB being appraised of something that they reserve the right to elaborate and do an article on, it would be a most probable great pleasure to provide them with whatever it is that they would wish to share with Daily Bell Ringers, should one have any pertinent information in any fields of their interest.
For those who would dabble in/have an interest in the manipulation of reality to present a New World Order to order, which is surely a Daily Bell main interest, does Zero Hedge offer a starter article on the matter here too ..... Click to view link
It is though more than likely the case, that those who can guarantee the product placement of a reality which can take control of, and reverse the mounting catastrophic misfortunes of a failing meme, for those who would be as stock and stakeholders of those memes, would be smart enough to ensure that their own positions are beautifully secure and rendered failsafe, which is akin to an impregnability which only losing fools would try to compromise.
The mad world, sadly, has no shortage of those, but they just do not realise that they sow the seeds of their own destruction whenever they get to a certain level with particular and peculiar post modern Knights Templar levels of power and control.
"Can't resist: Are you the pot or, the kettle?" ....... :-) For those into quantum fields of control and communications is there no choice to be made there, for one can easily be both even as one is something else which is quite different but mindful and reflective of the two.
Posted by Zenbillionaire on 05/10/11 12:06 AM
"This first link is courtesy of retired USAF General Benton K. Partin, who's bio is at the bottom of the page on this first link"
All I can say here is wow. Thanks Elias, I had no idea. It causes me to completely re-think my interpretation of the Bali bombing, in which the AM (Alternate Media) have spent some amount of (wasted in my opinion) time trying to demonstrate that retired tactical nuclear ordinance were used. General Partin makes a very good case for conventional weapons.
Again, thank you for the research.
Posted by Avatar on 05/09/11 09:23 PM
There is direct testimony from an actual observer that a bomb exploded in Building 7 BEFORE the collapse of a single tower. He describes walking over corpses when he was finally rescued after both towers collapsed. Analysis of Tower 7's fall shows it collapsed in free fall. Until all 911 contradictions can be adequately explained, one will be hard pressed to imagine anything less than a false flag attack. After all, the CIA was a tenant in Building 7.
Posted by dotti on 05/09/11 08:51 PM
Actually, I am not from Montana. She moved to a little round or octagonal cinderblock home not far from Athens, GA--home of University of Georgia. I believe that in some way she felt she was aiding the civil rights movement, but it is not something that we really discussed. Unfortunately, the home she was living in had never really been finished for some reason. I remember that the toilet was one that was elevated and it was necessary to use some unfamiliar process to flush. I tried desperately not to have to use it!
She invited me in to help her with correspondence. It was 1967 and she was an activist in the anti-war movement--well, as much as she could be in her 80's. It involved mounds of correspondence. I was mostly a typist, but it was a somewhat intimate relationship because it was in her home and I was young. I told her that I had married in May. She chuckled and said, "Oh, well, a newlywed!!!!" Totally serious I said, "No, not really. It's been two months." I smile when I think back on that. I'll bet she smiled over it more than once!
I believe she lived in Georgia until she passed away. She expressed to me that she was ready to go--I saw no fear of death in her.
Thanks for giving me the opportunity to reminisce!
Posted by sparky on 05/09/11 08:42 PM
Thanks again DB for another excellent article on the antics of our would be masters.
This is a direct copy and paste from the above article:
"With their fear-based promotions foundering, Money Power has increasingly fallen back on brute force and authoritarianism. And this means that the world itself must be thrown into chaos and poverty lest the middle classes look too closely at the false narrative being constructed around them".
It is my contention that the actions of these PE's are NOT those of men believing they are in total control. In fact I will further contend as I have in previous posts that these are the acts of men who suspect or believe that they are getting increasingly behind the 8 ball.
We all know what post Gutenburg Press history reveals. Personally, I am increasingly believing that these guys are going to have no more success with this Tower of Babel attempt then they have had with any of the others over the last 5000 years!!
I am however in NO WAY making light of this process as it ALWAYS means alot of people end up dead or destitute before their lights are finally out, but their lights are going out AGAIN!!
Posted by dotti on 05/09/11 08:41 PM
Elias, thanks for your persistance. I want to go through the entire sequence at once, so it cannot be tonight. But i did want to thank you and hopefully tomorrow AM will allow me opportunity to view all.
Posted by jdb on 05/09/11 08:24 PM
"With their fear-based promotions foundering, Money Power has increasingly fallen back on brute force and authoritarianism. And this means that the world itself must be thrown into chaos and poverty lest the middle classes look too closely at the false narrative being constructed around them."
The Age of Kahli is upon us...lets hope the Vedic literature is wrong about the time span...50,000 years is a long time...yet considering we are only concerned with one life time , for the moment ...50,000 years is but a blink...
Posted by Elias Alias on 05/09/11 07:58 PM
DB, thanks for the heads-up regarding technical difficulties. Growing pains and all that, eh? No problem here. If Dottie scrolls, she'll see my note to her anyway, so all is well. You're doing a wonderful job. The content on this site can transform the world. A glitch now and then is perfectly acceptable. I remain a perfectly pleased and happy, as well as devoted and grateful, reader.
Posted by rossbcan on 05/09/11 07:40 PM
The sane and insane, just like predator and prey are eternally doomed to FEEL that the other is WRONG. Which is where reality, fact and objective reason comes in, to seek an impartial opinion from reality.
A logical / lexical analysis of your two comments yields: NULL, no facts.
And, the absurdity: "I believe it has been worth every penny (THREE TRILLION DOLLARS)..."
Clearly, this pertains to "other peoples money and lives", since if you personally were demanded to cough up three trillion and be indentured until you (and your great to the nth power grandchildren) do pay and some other very expensive "shit happens", consistently, well before you can possibly pay, in perpetuity, I do suspect you may "feel" differently, once the facts sink in.
I think you have stumbled to the wrong place. Take another blue pill and, try this:
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Posted by KelleyE on 05/09/11 06:53 PM
What a conglomeration of bizarre, nonsensical ideas you've compiled in your article - and that's just from reading the first half of the screed. The rest was probably just as edifying.
No, I'm not going to take the time to answer your claims, such as they are, any more than I feel the need to respond to a man on the street spouting conspiracies and dreams he has had.