Friday, July 09, 2004

We don't need no steenking elections 

With each passing week, the cacophony grows louder about having to call off this year's elections in the event of another “terrorist attack.”

The corporate media chorus keeps dutifully singing, “The terrorists are coming, the terrorists are coming” to Tom Ridge and John Ashcroft's tune, “We Don't Know Who; We Don't Know When; We Don't Know Where; We Don't Know How, but We Have Credible Evidence and the Attack Will Be Bigger than 9-11.”

Gotta keep that fear card in play, not to mention having a game plan if the Pakistanis fail to pull Osama out of a cave—preferably during the Dems' convention—to save Bush's sorry derriere.

Far fetched? Not when you consider retired General Tommy Franks' remarks to the right-wing NewsMax last November: "It means the potential of a weapon of mass destruction and a terrorist, massive, casualty-producing event somewhere in the Western world—it may be in the United States of America—that causes our population to question our own Constitution and to begin to militarize our country in order to avoid a repeat of another mass, casualty-producing event. Which in fact, then begins to unravel the fabric of our Constitution. Two steps, very, very important."

Goodbye, freedom! Hello, dictatorship!

The “replacement” government—also known as the Armageddon Plan—is already in place. And the numbskulls in Congress are being urged to commit suicide by voting for an unconstitutional provision that will allow for “emergency elections” should the vast majority of them be wiped out in an attack on the Capitol.

To further the diabolical plan, the Bushies want to make sure there are as few as possible foreign journalists in the country to record the event. To accomplish that, the new visa rules that take effect next week will require foreign journalists whose visa are expiring to leave the country in order to renew them at a US embassy or consulate abroad. It could take from four weeks to six months before their applications are processed. Neat, huh?

Be afraid, folks. Be very afraid. Our only hope of thwarting this scheme and keeping the freedoms we still have is by spreading the word of what is on the Bushies' drawing board to as many people as possible.

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