• Well folks let’s understand this. Savak in Iran was all about stifling dissent. Savak was set up by the CIA and intelligence services.

    Does one not think that this tactic was not employed everywhere around the world, there is oil? The tactic is very old, biblical actually.

    Now we have Savak on steroids, doing to Americans what it had done to Americans back in the 50′s and 60′s and 70′s.

    Fascism is here. All it took was an avoidable attack.

    Nice to see the fired Air Marshal prevail at the SCOTUS as a whistle blower. Maybe we should have had a few more Air Marshals on those 911 planes?

    http://www.ocregister.com/articles/maclean-648730-court-security.html

    “Freedom of speech won with an exclamation point,” said Tom Devine, legal director of the Government Accountability Project, in a prepared statement. “(A)fter defending his rights for more than eight years, he will have a chance to achieve justice. … The ruling is a historic victory for the right of individuals to make a difference through freedom of speech.”

    The ruling bolsters protections for all federal employees who expose wrongdoing, observers said.

    SJC has a serious problem. Wizard of Oz, Scarecrow style! Arms crossed fingers a pointing!

    “Which way do I go?” Question? Why is John K., in prison.

    Don’t light a match! Straw stuffed Scarecrows dislike fire….

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post America Is Open for Business in Iraq

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    War is a racket. Perpetual war is even more a racket…

    Major General Butler is quite correct.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    Yes this is how it usually ends. Farm house preserved on small lot, the rest of the land is developed. Taxes go up and the stress placed on a community, or the risk is passed on to the taxpayer, who is paying a mortgage while wasting 80% of value of gasoline going back and forth to work, and school.

    Dumb!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    My great grandmother had a big dairy farm for a while. She sold it when the village decided to put in water and sewage. She did not want to have to pay the taxes for it.

    Here is an idea. If the money we wasted driving went to pay for infrastructure, the increase in population from development would have created a bigger demand for the goods produced on the local farm. Instead the land tax became regressive on agriculture. Let me guess, is the farm now a subdivision???

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    Trying… Tough being a “sober drunk” in a conditioned, drug and substance addicted world. I play music and write for emotional, spiritual and economic relief, and unlike alka-seltzer I’m fizzled out…

    They are all like Tommy! Deaf Dumb and Blinded. We need some mirror smashing and dispensing with Uncle Ernie’s fiddling.

    Like Enoch, I’d go for the ride and not come back, for a few light years!!!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    …before the floods!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    The Franks like freedom. Just like the Highlanders…

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    If they do not freeze or go rancid from climate…

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    Mystical mushrooms, hayloft and girlfriend!!!

    An agrarian trifecta, making any city boy real jealous and a farmer’s daughter’s parents, real mad.

    Time and space become lost in this scenario but not the cause and effect, in the absence of certain precautions and preventative measures…

    Starts with an electrical fence keeping livestock in and mushroom poaching humans out!!!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    Seeds need transportation. Fertilizers from made from oil need transportation. The produce grown needs transportation to market…

    No reason why grain alcohol or other biomass could not be used to make fuels for agrarian purposes.

    Oh yes! Let us not forget industrial grade hemp and ethanol production?

    We are being played at many levels and sunk at multiple layers akin to the old multi layered battleship game with submarines…

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: The Agrarian Myth

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    “Never on a farm (except via trespassing),….”

    “Picking some mystical mushrooms off of cow’s dung?”

    Could not resist the temptation to pick or poke some fun, myself!

    No farms… No food. I was thinking to the nasty stench of water, oil and dirt mixed together. Seems at every level of farming, the cost of “petro” comes into play, undercutting the profitability of farming within the context of this myth, destroyed by the underlying cost of energy?

    Putting our efforts into sea water desalination and turning deserts into plush vegetative area only requires water, seed, sunlight and crop rotation. Some dung of animals and we are all set!!

    This is preferable to offering babies to Water Gods. Wish we could ask the Mayans or Clovis how extinction really goes down.

    BTW, the Irish know all about potato famines, the causes and the effects, as well.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the diary post Why the CIA Is So Eager to Demolish Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling by Norman Solomon.

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    Now we get Savak on steroids. A NSA/CIA which claims right to monitor all our communications?

    Mondale Humphrey vs CIA Postal Spying on Americans’ mail for 20 years-Church Committee (1975)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lj0ellsyaT8

    DEJA VU!!!!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the diary post Why the CIA Is So Eager to Demolish Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling by Norman Solomon.

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    Germans were told it was Poles who attacked Germany. It was a lie!

    We were told it was Iraq who would nuke us! It was a lie…

    Fuck Cheney and the CIA! It was all a bold faced lie to justify invasion as it was in Germany! A lie!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the diary post Why the CIA Is So Eager to Demolish Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling by Norman Solomon.

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    We were told that if Mossadegh was not removed communist would get Iran’s oil. That was lie…. BP got the oil. Iranians got the brutal Shah and Savak set up by CIA.

    Now we are told it is Islamic Terrorists??

    Fuck the CIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the diary post Why the CIA Is So Eager to Demolish Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling by Norman Solomon.

    2015-01-21 05:07:06View | Delete

    Man, that arrow went right through the the space time continuum needle’s head like a sniper’s bullet, unscathed! Taking all relevant factors into consideration the proposed trajectory of your arrow’s path to its target, you nailed it! Great Shot! Are you a descendant of some “dude” in a forest or better yet, Ulysses who returned [...]

  • JamesJoyce commented on the diary post Why the CIA Is So Eager to Demolish Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling by Norman Solomon.

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    Not Awesome at all.

    Correct! In fact completely fucking fascist!

  • JamesJoyce commented on the diary post Why the CIA Is So Eager to Demolish Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling by Norman Solomon.

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    Guess Cheney, the CIA and the PTB can’t fucking read…

    “…shall not be abridged.”

    I agree this is show! Nazi were great at show until Americans and Allies made the motherfuckers pay!

    This is not going to end well…

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post The Weekend Roundup for January 17-18th, 2015

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    http://www.businessinsider.com/former-fbi-agent-mark-rossini-says-cia-kept-him-from-helping-stop-911-2015-1#ixzz3PIl21FSL

    “It was just understood in the office that they were not to be trusted, that [the congressional investigators] were trying to pin this on someone, that they were trying to put someone in jail,” Rossini told Newsweek. “They said [the investigators] weren’t authorized to know what was going on operationally. … When we were interviewed, the CIA had a person in the room, monitoring us.”

    CIA monitors a lot these dayz… I guess the question is- Who or what monitors the CIA?

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Over Easy: Monday Science

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    I can handle it, but what on earth do people do who can’t? Go blind from cataracts?

    This was not a rant. These are

    legitimate questions

    applicable to many scenarios.

  • Darren Wilson could not have known. The dispatcher learned of the shooting from news reports. The first contact police on the scene of MB shooting had with dispatch, was for “crowd control?”

    Listen to the recording of communications between law officers and dispatch.

    Crowd Control? Not an Ambulance?

    This is the most telling fact of all IMO. Trial by grand jury worked in segregationist states like this all the time and it still happens. We just get to see the ugly little procedural tactics these dayz, unlike days of past when media just ignored the plight of peoples.

    This prosecutor sucks!

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