Monday, October 30, 2006

Grab your ankles and kiss your ass goodbye.



Bush Moves Toward Martial Law : SF Indymedia

October 17th, 2006, in a private Oval Office ceremony, allows the President to declare a "public emergency" and station troops anywhere in America and take control of state-based National Guard units without the consent of the governor or local authorities, in order to "suppress public disorder."

Other choice pieces:
For the current President, "enforcement of the laws to restore public
order
" means to commandeer guardsmen from any state, over the
objections
of local governmental, military and local police entities;
ship them off to another state; conscript them in a law enforcement
mode; and set them loose against "disorderly" citizenry - protesters,
possibly, or those who object to forced vaccinations and quarantines in
the event of a bio-terror event.
The law also facilitates militarized police round-ups and detention of
protesters, so called "illegal aliens," "potential terrorists" and
other "undesirables" for detention in facilities already contracted for
and under construction by Halliburton. That's right. Under the cover of
a trumped-up "immigration emergency" and the frenzied militarization of
the southern border, detention camps are being constructed right under
our noses
, camps designed for anyone who resists the foreign and
domestic agenda of the Bush administration.
*shits self*


oh Baby your so "talented"!



girl who pretends to eat her cat

Her name is Nakagawa Shoko. She eats pussy, and lots of it.

net neutrality is under (yet another) attack



BetaNews | UN Conference Convenes on Net Control

At a conference in Greece aimed at continuing the discussion over who should control the Internet, the United Nations once again renewed calls for diminishing the U.S. government's influence over ICANN. Additionally, an UN official said parties were growing tired of the argument that most did not understand the need for U.S. control.

International Telecommunications Union Secretary General Yoshio Utsumi said that no matter what has been said before or has been agreed upon, no one "can eternally claim they are the best." However, the most critical governments -- including Cuba, Iran and China -- are some of the most oppressive when it comes to free speech.
Can we really trust the same people who lead us into war with the great responsibility of regulating the last truly open form of communication?


consume bitches!

The Man, The Car, The end is nigh.

*stomach churns*

i <3 jebus!!!!

and you thought cristains had no talent!

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