Thursday, June 29, 2006

Conspiracy tyranny

I really should have posted about the Bilderberg meetings in Ottawa, since this was an event so close to home. This story got a lot of coverage, but I wasn't particularly inspired to write an article about it (and I was busy doing other things). I even read about how Alex Jones was detained for 14 hours by our immigration services.

But I was floored when I read this article.

"A military-grade task force involving local police, RCMP and members of the “Integrated National Security Enforcement Team” descended around the rental vehicle with weapons pointed at Mr. McCormick. He was abruptly and forcibly taken into custody from his vehicle, thrown to the ground and kicked in head."

After approaching the vehicle, Burd and his friend Crystal Slack were also grabbed and kidnapped, taken to a RCMP holding facility, detained without charges, harassed and interrogated for hours about their connections to the "insurgent" and "threat to national security" Alex Jones, who himself had been detained and interrogated for 15 hours at the hands of Canadian immigration the previous day.

They were the lucky ones.

McCormick was taken to a secret high security facility where he was brutally interrogated without charge and mentally tortured for six hours. He was accused of wanting to blow up the Brookestreet Hotel, as the interrogators threatened to "cut off his arms" warning him that they also "had his friends" in custody. This is the very definition of psychological torture, the threat of physical harm and dismemberment.zvw'

McCormick's anguish at the hands of the Canadian Gestapo didn't end there.

Interrogators told McCormick that he “would never be alone again” and to “watch his back” - as he began to fear he would become the latest victim of the worldwide rendition policy, and be taken to an Eastern European gulag for further torture.

McCormick was so stricken by the horror of his nightmare that many of the details of what happened remained bottled up, partly from threatened fear of reprisals if he told anyone what had occurred.

Finally being released and returning home the next day, McCormick became delirious and had to be rushed to hospital after he collapsed. He was diagnosed with severe dehydration and mental fatigue due to his experiences in Ottawa. McCormick had to be sedated to help him sleep as he babbled about having his arms cut off and interrogators threatening to harm his friends.

From the experiences of Alex Jones during his 15 hour ordeal with Canadian immigration officials, it was learned that the order to impede Jones' party came directly from the Bilderberg Group itself. With this knowledge in hand, it is by no means a stretch to assume that the hellish treatment of Burd, McCormick and Slack was also a mandate of the Bilderberg elitists.

You know, I've been covering so many events going on in other countries, many of which I have friends living in and it's been saddening to look at them being turned into dictatorships by the various neocons / globalists in charge.

But as much as I knew it would happen in Canada eventually and was prepared for it, there is nothing more shocking than the realisation that those things are going on in my own country. The significance of this is that it is not only American visitors like Alex Jones, but now our own citizens, at home, who are being harrassed and threatened to get their arms cut off and be sent to torture camps abroad for speaking out against the globalist dictators. This confirms that the far-reacing powers grabbed by the neocons in the name of fighting terrorism are no longer theoretical; they are now a concrete threat against democracy and freedom of speech. This is getting serious.

The media tells us that the Bilderberg Group is just fodder for conspiracy buffs. Oddly enough, the government pays an awful lot of attention to what the media spins as entertainment for fringe groups.

The Bilderberg Group isn't conspiracy theory, folks. It's conspiracy tyranny.

Monday, June 19, 2006

Trouble on Heated Debates

I've been trying to get two people to join my forum, and both of them have been unable to connect (connexion timeout). Now a regular member of my forum is unable to get on (server not found).

Apologies to anyone who tried to connect. Does anyone have an idea what could be going on? I have no problems connecting, and neither do many posters. Any help would be appreciated.

OK, back to business.

So, now we're supposed to believe that the PNAC is shutting down.


Just like the Total Information Awareness programme that was supposedly shut down in 2003, right? Actually, it's still alive and well. Just like the 2004 Draft bill that was spectacularly defeated and magically sprung back in 2006, the School of Americas that was renamed to WHINSEC in 2001 to pretend it no longer existed, reminescent of the whole charade of Philip Morris changing its name to Altria, and McCain's farcical torture ban which was nothing more than a 'good cop' tactic from the former president of the PNAC-affiliated New Citizenship Project.

So, we sre supposed to believe that an organisation that evolved from the Israeli 'Clean Break' doctrine, whose supporters have an enormous stake in furthering an extremist agenda for Israel and have been doing so for years, would suddenly decide to shut down, right when they are currently pushing for a war in Iran?

If anyone believes that, I have some of Saddam's nukes to sell them.

Friday, June 16, 2006

Just wanted to let you know...

... that I turn 21 today.

(And I have to post more updates.)

Monday, June 05, 2006

Bill Kristol: 'Maybe Bush will become Supreme Leader..."

PNAC leader Bill Kristol reveals his fascist fantasies.

Bill Kristol was discussing recent comments made by Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khameni -- then, in mid-comment, Kristol stopped himself and said, with no hint of irony, "Maybe we should have Supreme Leader Bush. I kind of like the sound of that."

It has become so obvious that the neocons have been wanting to turn the US into a dictatorship that they aren't even attempting to hide it anymore.

"If this were a dictatorship, it would be a heck of a lot easier - just so long I'm the dictator."