Friday, February 29, 2008

McCain Shows Weakness & Capitulation Towards His Left, While Vilifying & Rejecting Supporters To His Right

Current Example: Bill Cunningham, who was condemned and rejected (by broken McCain) for starting up a McCain rally with references to Barack Hussein Obama, thus emphasizing the Islamic affinities of Obama, not to mention the left in general.
This gives a totally unearned free pass to Obama, who said in his book: "I ... stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift ... It's unilateral disarmanent; essentially a capitulation before even a shot has been fired. If that isn't a thoroughly broken-down way to show fighting spirit against an unworthy opponent, what would be? Extravagant respect, for leftist, racial-crybaby affirmative action cases? For the repudiation of Cunningham, may this cost him nearly all the Ohio delegates, see here: ... About Barack H....Obama

Thursday, February 28, 2008

The Obama Followership: Anti-Caucasianism As Holiness & Redemption

That a black presidency or, in any case, a non-white one, is believed to be valuable in itself, indicates anti-caucasianism. Believing that someone's being non-white and in the top position would be the transformative change and hope, shows anti-caucasianism.
The neo-rainbow coalition is more anti-caucasian than thou, but are they holier, or just less self-respecting? The appeal of black, or non-white, power in itself, would seem to be a very limited one.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

"Politics of Fear"

Added 8-23-08 from Monday, August 18, 2008

Prove That You're Not Fearful, Or How To Throw The Burden Of Proof Off Your Responsibility
As always, the power-greedy have no honest case to make as to why they should have more power, so they try to smear all opponents. Complaining of 'The Politics of Fear' also serves as an attempted smear of opponents, who are made to take the burden of proof on themselves to prove that they're not cowards. It is the seeker after power, though, who needs to win trust, not just accuse those who do not trust so blindly. To wrongly throw the burden and responsibility of proof on to those who prudently distrust, should itself prompt fear and distrust, of the irresponsibility it shows.
These current, thematically closely related postings are combined:Sunday, August 17, 2008
The Gross Self-Contradiction Of Fearing The 'Politics Of Fear'It is a systematic contradiction; if one should, even in the least degree, politically fear even the least increase of the politics of fear, one is both for and against the same object at the same time and in the same way. Since there is rightly much fear in giving untold power to an unknown, that political fear of the political use of fear, is inevitably present, and the contradiction follows as perfect refutation, when mentioned explicitly.
Sunday, August 17, 2008
The Echt-American Politics Is The Politics Of Fear
If hope and trust in officials had been in the place where fear might still be, there was no need to have a constitution, much less a bill of rights. The idea of the separation of powers would have been thought nonsense and an obstruction to the politics of hope and trust. Educated opinion in the years shortly before Hitler and Stalin, had great trust in the virtue of officials. The belief in the ideal qualities of socialism depended on that trust. Don't trust these candidates to be who they SAY they are, let's see some ID, or you're not getting in.

"McCain fortune traced to organized crime Mob figures later implicated in Arizona savings and loan scandal --WND " Mexico is an organized crime-dominated polity, and is perhaps not coincidentally favored by McCain, as for permeable borders with them, mass legalization of
foreign criminals from there, with no exclusion of especially felonious ones, and much more.
also:To quote Mona Charen: "Bradley Smith, former commissioner of the Federal Election Commission and the leading legal scholar on campaign finance issues, experienced the McCain treatment firsthand. Because Mr. Smith opposed limits on political speech, he was denounced as "corrupt" by the senator (as was Commissioner Ellen Weintraub). Mr. Smith, who lives modestly, jokes that his wife has complained about the absence of jewels and furs.Though he served on the commission for five years and made several attempts to meet with Mr. McCain to discuss the issues, Mr. Smith was rebuffed. The two did accidentally meet outside a hearing room in 2004 when both were scheduled to testify before the Senate Rules Committee. At first, Mr. McCain grasped Mr. Smith's outstretched hand (Mr. Smith was in a wheelchair, recovering from surgery), but when he recognized his campaign finance opponent, he snatched his hand back, snarling: "I'm not going to shake your hand. You're a bully. You have no regard for the Constitution. You're corrupt."Mr. Smith, a soft-spoken scholar, ardent patriot and lifelong conservative Republican, cannot, as a matter of honor, pull the lever for Mr. McCain. He is far from alone, and that is the Republican Party's heartbreak in 2008."

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Schanberg On The Coverup Of POWS Held Back By Vietnam, Implicating McCain

At the end I will offer a speculative theory to tie together the apparent protection of McCain by the highest officials on all sides, while getting away with extraordinary abuses, possibly including the leaking of the story of the secret prisons for terrorists in E. Europe. McCain's area of power and expertise is government response to information on POW's, and he's long been committed to the line that there are no outstanding cases to pursue with Vietnam, Russia or Laos.
The illustrious journalist Sydney Schanberg says here:village voice > news > Did America Abandon Vietnam War P.O.W.'s ... & village voice > news > Press Clips: Schanberg: McCain and the ... "McCain stood out because he always showed up for the committee hearings where witnesses were going to talk about specific pieces of evidence. He would belittle and berate these witnesses, questioning their patriotism and otherwise scoffing at their credibility. All of this is on record in the National Archives."
And:" [national security adviser Richard] Allen told the committee that, based on 'waves of information,' both he and Reagan believed in 1981 that American servicemen were still being held in Indochina. Asked how many he believed were there, he said, 'Dozens, hundreds.' "
Schanberg offers considerably more to make his case that high officials, have for decades, covered-up a dreadful betrayal of the oath to leave no fallen comrade behind. Reading the linked articles above is required to determine the strength of his case; I say it's quite strong.
It is McCain who has been in the relevant position to amass the detailed information on this and secret it away, empowering him to blackmail the officials who still do not step forward with what they know, and thus perhaps get away as well with being an asset of Russian military intelligence. The path of least resistance then would be for them to let him do this, and get information such as the secret prisons story which was leaked, and serve the Russian interest in making America look incompetent and unreliable.
This would explain why McCain is especially adamant that Russian military intelligence did not control the interrogations of POW's, and much else. If it were this way, though, several of the present and former top officials will have to come forward soon with the revelation of the cover-up, and disempower and bring down McCain. He could not then be permitted to move towards being in posession of the White House; even an hour in control of the information there would be worse than the atom spies, if the above speculation were true.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

McCain Is An Admitted OATH-BREAKER Of A Most Solemn Public Oath, Therefore He May Not Be Trusted With The Presidential Nomination

The admission is quoted here:Part #1, the oath broken is that of the soldiers' swearing not to collaborate as quoted here: declassified government documents, along with the evidence of the oath-breaking. This is why additional credence may be given to this report:
"A former Vietnam veteran with top secret clearance says he has personally spoken to numerous POW's who dispute John McCain's claim that he refused to provide information after he was captured and tortured in Hanoi, saying that in fact McCain's code-name was "Songbird" because of his willingness to tell all to avoid torture.
Jack McLamb served nine years in secret operations in Cambodia and other nations before going on to become one of the most highly decorated police officer's in Phoenix history, winning police officer of the year twice before taking a role as a hostage negotiator for the FBI.
'I know a lot of Vietnam veterans and a few POW's and all the POW's that I've talked to over the years say that John McCain is a lying skunk' [found : ]"
Another indication of highly dangerous untrustworthiness, which returns to the long-term theme of bad consequences often following from openness-valuing, is found here: (read more)
"In 2001, McCain founded the Alexandria, Va.-based Reform Institute as a vehicle to receive funding from George Soros' Open Society Institute and Teresa Heinz Kerry's Tides Foundation and several other prominent non-profit organizations.
McCain used the institute to promote his political agenda and provide compensation to key campaign operatives between elections.
In 2006, the Arizona senator was forced to sever his formal ties with the Reform Institute after a controversial $200,000 contribution from Cablevision came to light. McCain solicited the donation for the Reform Institute using his membership on the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. In a letter to the Federal Communications Commission, he supported Cablevision's push to introduce the more profitable al la carte pricing, rather than packages of TV programming. Yet, the Reform Institute still employs the McCain campaign's Hispanic outreach director, Juan Hernandez, as a senior fellow of its Comprehensive Immigration Reform Initiative." update 2-21-08:Read it all here & from VFR-The McCain-Soros connection

Monday, February 11, 2008

May The Highest Security Clearance Of All, Reasonably Be Given To McCain, Who Was For Years Held By Communist Operators Using Ruthless Techniques?

Since he admits to a degree of collaboration in giving information and is documented as having participated in making war propaganda for North Vietnam, no presumption of innocence as to further collaboration need be given, not by the public other than prosecutorial agencies. This is especially so, in that the only standard which then existed was the code disallowing any volunteering of information beyond name, rank and serial number, etc. The subsequent change of standards regarding collaboration, allows for no standards regarding further collaboration (at that time)by one who had admitted to basic violations of the older ones, at the time they were in effect. That is, a sort of plea-bargaining effect could obtain here. Until now, our hard-hitting investigative corps of journalists have oddly pitched only foam balls to McCain. What if this changes, will we have another Watergate wipeout ? It doesn't seem reasonable to have as president one who may be vulnerable to blackmail, such as could be made with the films said to be archived by Vietnam, as described here: Part #1 The preceding link also quotes "McCain's own admission of collaboration in an article he wrote, printed May 14, 1973 in U.S. News and World Report". OATH-BREAKERS are not credible witnesses in their own defense, and McCain has published admission of his oath-breaking. This is OUR LAW, and he may not proceed as a candidate for the presidency.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Fortress Israel Defies Openness-Valuers And Wins Almost Total Elimination Of Suicide Bombing

From Boca Raton's Dave posting of Feb. 5th, '08:
"Israel Suffers First Suicide Bomber in Over a Year
The Wall Street Journal has the simple truth about terrorism---restrict access and the rate of attacks dwindles to nearly zero:
The news about yesterday's suicide bombing in the Israeli town of Dimona is that it's news. In 2002, at the height of the second intifada, 451 Israelis were killed in terrorist attacks, including 14 suicide bombings. By contrast, yesterday's attack, which killed one and injured 11, was the first of its kind in more than a year."
With the previous (mainly offensive) policies of retaliation and periodic raids into terrorist strongholds, suicide bombers mercilessly exploited Israel's openness to Islamic ghouls. Now that defense has come into greater emphasis, with wall and fence construction, such attacks are down something like 99%.
The loss of openness to Palestinian commuters' menial labor, turned out not to be a loss, but a resounding gain, as the Israeli economy flourishes and booms on toward resplendent new heights. Controlling movements across the border required the exclusion of a large part of the bottom 10% of their workforce, maybe more than half of it. It is extremely difficult for a modern economy to lose by ridding itself of the deportable or excludable portion of the bottom percentiles. The envious will always tend to try to shift status competition towards contests of ruthless violence; this explains much of the above, though the nature of Islam in its purity is more important.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Possible Huge Keeper Story/ News Blackout Item On McCain

The story of the secret prisons for terrorists, the leaking of which is attributed to McCain, may be released upon his (til now likely) nomination, followed by criminal proceedings. See the below posting for links.
Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Is McCain Chargeable For Treason In The Secret Prison Leaked Story?
Dr Jack Wheeler indicates so here: To The Big House Instead of the White House?This could explain why major media and the left, and moderate left, have gone so easy on McCain, compared to others: they can destroy him at will. The leak of information regarding secret CIA prisons for jihadis in Eastern Europe was traced to McCain they say, and this was top secret and considered very damaging to reveal, so that McCain could not escape prosecution for high crimes if his role in the leak became widely known.HEY DOWN MCCAIN!