Monday, April 14, 2008

Neocon-Fraud-Smashing from TDB

[Excerpts from TheDailyBurkeman1's latest essays on neocons and other pseudo-conservative, pseudo-American schitzos and the threadbare hoaxes they perpetuate.]

So . . . . What if Obama is A Muslim?
By Burkeman1 ∙ April 13, 2008

The idea that Barak Obama is a secret Muslim is a commonplace bromide among the rank and file of the GOP and the Reich Wing in this country. Like Communists and Nazis or any extreme paranoid ideological cloistered “ism” cult American Reich Wingers pepper their political dialogue with strings of pat clichés that are almost like bona fides- announcing and assuring the listener or the reader of their political purity. . . .

I won’t pretend to know why these people need enemies but they do. They go looking for them. If they are not there they make them up. I can understand Daniel Pipes pumping out this stuff. He is an Israel Firsting Traitor and a Straussian Neowhore who believes in manufacturing enemies as a control on society. But why do rank and file rubes of the Reich Wing need to believe in this absolute absurdity? ◄full article

The Philosophy of Democracy
By Savrola ∙ April 14, 2008

Mr. May’s social-democratic Foundation for Defense of Democracies is funded by the State Department. For all intents and purposes, he is a propagandist for the State Department, but one wonders how closely Mr. May’s views reflect those of his masters.

"FDD’s claims of nonpartisanship were called into question in February 2008, after it created a spin-off organization, Defense of Democracies, to run an aggressive television ad campaign aimed at pressuring the Democrat-led House to “pass the Senate’s version” of the “Terror Surveillance Bill.” The controversial bill would provide retroactive immunity to telecommunications companies that had cooperated with the Bush administration’s warrantless surveillance programs. The FDD has 501(c)(3) non-profit status, which bars its from undertaking political activities; the new organization, which operates out of the same offices as the FDD, “is a nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)(4) advocacy organization affiliated with, though separate from, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Its mission is to support and encourage policies, procedures and laws necessary to defeat terrorism,” according to a February 25, 2008 statement on the FDD website." ◄full article

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