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#1 Greg Burnham

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Posted 29 October 2015 - 09:12 AM

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"Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought." -- JFK

"It is difficult to abolish prejudice in those bereft of ideas. The more hatred is superficial, the more it runs deep."  -- Farewell America (1968) 

“The ancient Greek definition of happiness was the full use of your powers along lines of excellence."  -- JFK

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#2 Phil Dragoo

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Posted 30 October 2015 - 01:21 AM

I was sitting in Mr. James Johnson's English class as he extolled Emerson's lofty "I desire there be as many individuals as possible"

 

Ralph Clevenger former coach now our principal croaked out of the aluminum intercom, "President Kennedy has been shot"

 

Near the completion of my B.A. in political science we party-hopped across town the tube flashed Robert Kennedy shot

 

On the street at the Nixon Counterinaugural January 19, 1969, Mark Rudd's red armbanded Maoists jogged past

 

"Ho Ho Ho Chi Minh!  The NLF is Gonna Win!"   One peeled off to bang the iron knocker on the door of Justice

 

In the second-floor windows the shirtsleeved lawyers shot the bird

 

rictus grins wide as the bridge over administrations

 

History made while you wait

 

Engineered events

 

Dressed up

 

to fool

 

you

 

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#3 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 02 November 2015 - 05:21 AM

This will sound trite to some, but it is not a trivial statement to me: The music still speaks to me after 40 years plus...

 

"How can you run when you know?"....

 

If one accepts denial as personal choice, then the choice dooms the next generations to deal with the original issues unaided by those that should have known truth at the outset.

 

That denial is unacceptable to me.

 

Unacceptable in light of people like Garrison and Fonzi...

 

No longer can "I didn't know" or "I was just doing my job" or "following orders" excuse any more than it excused the Fascist charged at Nuremburg.

 

Recall Fletcher Prouty's exclamation "They all knew!"

 

And now some of the People know too.

 

"How can you run when you know?"

 

FWIW

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#4 Phil Dragoo

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Posted 02 November 2015 - 01:09 PM

Yes, Jim, "he's dead"--but his death speaks to us, troubling a generation's Huxleyan soma holiday.

 

If the crazy Commie who shot JFK wasn't in the window, had no rifle, didn't shoot the president in the right temple from behind

 

why were Karl Golovin and other U.S. Customs officers assigned to a long conveyor of Ground Zero debris headed for the landfill

 

specifically to remove computer components, electronic components--

 

Perhaps the wireless igniters?

 

Today the whole world is watching Kardashian's [deleted]

 

making Allen Dulles chuckle

 

"Throw more water on the rocks"

 

Kent State was where the First Amendment hit the Deep State

 

Normally the Grand Physicians maintain a comfortable margin

 

incising the MX, MLK, RFK et cetera element seeking fusion, penetration, exposure

 

If we are not all Snowden it is only because Emerson desired there to be as many individuals as possible

 

thereby establishing the prime directive of low-intensity combat

 

 

 


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#5 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 03 November 2015 - 02:50 AM


 

Phil wrote truthfully:

 

"Kent State was where the First Amendment hit the Deep State

 

Normally the Grand Physicians maintain a comfortable margin

 

incising the MX, MLK, RFK et cetera element seeking fusion, penetration, exposure

 

If we are not all Snowden it is only because Emerson desired there to be as many individuals as possible

 

thereby establishing the prime directive of low-intensity combat"

 

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So profound do I find this segment that I have to pause and reflect.

 

It sucks that the gullibility of the People in 1964 and particularly the American People empowered the enemy and emboldened both Sponsors and Facilitators to more and egregious violations of the 'consent of the governed'. Too easy to dismiss Jack Ruby as a lunatic killing another lunatic wife beater cop killer pinko commie ......jerk. Too easy to fall into denial there was a war to be won. The US Goverment is not corrupt and would not lie to WeThePeople.

 

Unconfronted the corruption grew on the Republic to the point of the wireless igniters and "first reponders" and Ironworkers and Operators working the toxic pile dying now unseen and unheard by the Government, nor do WeThePeople respond. Chosen Deafness, imposed ignorance.

 

As before -  reality drowned out by the banshees of Sunstein and Organ d' jour....

 

Unabated still...

 

How can I run when I know?



#6 Larry Trotter

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Posted 03 November 2015 - 07:43 PM

To lead is to be followed. And, when the "wrong candidate" develops a "vast following", that "wrong candidate" is in trouble. So, fewer and fewer  are "they" that come to "lead." JMO. FWIW. 


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#7 Larry Trotter

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Posted 29 February 2016 - 11:30 AM

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Once upon a time, came a time for repetition. JMO. FWIW.


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