December 25, 272 AD
First official public celebration of Dies Natalis Invicti Solis, a pagan Roman holiday that was later co-opted by Christians to celebrate the birth of their favorite Jew. Turning the holiday into “Christmas” (in 336 AD) was part of a pattern of the church stealing various pagan festivals and feast days
The Voice of the White House
Washington, D.C., October 15, 2011: “Whenever small children chance to see something nasty, like a dying cat thrashing around on the highway, mothers always point elsewhere and say, “Oh, look children! Over there! See the donkey? No, Tansy-Sue, don’t bother to look over there, Mommy wants you to look at the donkey!”
Looking at the donkey is something official Washington has been practicing on the American public for many years now but they have so overloaded us with nonsensical crap that belief is vanishing like the Greenland icecap.
Here, I am speaking of the ludicrous flood of childish propaganda being invented in governmental day care centers and broadcast throughout the land by the whores of the American media. This is known as “Terrorist time!” and the only people who believe it are the same ones that think Jesus is coming back any time now. I think most of recall the dimwitted Tom Ridge warning about duct tape and pink days or the Bush White House warning about cruise boats filled with thousands of Arab terrorists about to land in Miami and set fire to all the Jews there. In the upper levels of the American, and foreign, intelligence circles, it is very firmly and widely believed that the 911 attacks were carried out by Saudis with the full prior knowledge of very top people in the Bush administration.
The purpose was to enable a very week president to be able to establish powerful governmental control over what far right Republicans saw as potential trouble makers and non-believers in their rigid ideology.
We regularly are bombarded with all manner of grotesque fictions designed to terrify the multitude and make them more receptive to shackles and proper ideology. To further this sophomoric but dangerous end, we see regular, periodic press announcements of new terrorist attacks on Americans.
The Ridge fairy tales aside, we see all manner of frightening fictions such as the periodic “bin Laden tapes” that the CIA made up in a Texas warehouse. That bin Laden had died of kidney failure in 2002 in a Pakistani military hospital in Peshawar is well-known to the intelligence community but not to the public. This farce, which was wearing very thin, was finally brought to a close with one of the most ludicrous fabrications seen since the days of Parson Weems and the cherry tree.
The entire story of the apprehension and assassination of bin Laden sounds like it was the product of the staff of a supermarket tabloid. Very few believed it and the refusal of the government to produce any proof, such as pictures, is indicative of the total lack of truth displayed.
That story not having gone over too well, we are now told that an Iranian, working with the bestial Mexican drug people, planned to murder the Saudi Ambassador to Washington by blowing up his favorite restaurant.
This piece of pathetic fiction never got off the ground and has been the subject of sarcasm and ridicule throughout the world. Parallel with this extremely entertaining fiction we have another story about yet another Muslim whom the FBI claimed was going to fly a tiny toy airplane into the Pentagon loaded with enough explosives to totally demolish a cardboard dolls’ house.
The obedient and entirely pliant Attorney General gives a press conference, complete with charts and graphs and intones the message that America is still in danger but our guardians are ever there to thwart the evil non-Christians.
When most of these idiot fabricators leave their cushy overpaid jobs, perhaps they can get employment on the staff of the Weekly Reader and entertain pre-teens with their fictions.” Continue Reading »