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Ahkmar Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
"Die, motherfuckers, die! Get Some! Release!"

... It gives you a good burst if you use that little diddy. I like it.
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Zilcho32 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2007
Wicked!...:thumbsup:
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limona Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2004
i like this one evry much....and the iraq torture is also cool....keep it up.....:D
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djdouglas Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2004
what's this promotion of gun violence business?

(just kidding)

:thumbsup:

:D
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ixat Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2004
what's this promotion of gun violence business?

Oh, this, erm, ack, umm... This is for the war on terra!! That makes it OK, right?
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djdouglas Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2004
HAHA HELL YEAH :)

the fucking WAR on :earth:TERRA:earth:

omfg man, nice

:D
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ixat Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2004
Yeah....


As much as I would LOVE to claim credit for the "war on terra," I red it somewhere, I believe it was Democratic Underground.
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djdouglas Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2004
kerry is the next bush imho
the dominant system is fooling the populace
pro-war, pro-israel militarism, pro-patriot act, pro-corporate globalization, pro-death penalty:
i just can't support kerry
or any website that does

but yes thanks for sharing source of war on terra :D

speculation: kerry will appear to win fair and square to 'reassure' the angry public that their vote really does count. they were wronged in 2000, and now the system will appear to make it right and they will be subdued. this fanatic extremism can't continue for another 4 years.

what do you think?

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"That millions of people share in the same forms of mental pathology does not make those people sane." -- Erich Fromm
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ixat Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2004
kerry is the next bush imho
the dominant system is fooling the populace
pro-war, pro-israel militarism, pro-patriot act, pro-corporate globalization, pro-death penalty:
i just can't support kerry
or any website that does
but yes thanks for sharing source of war on terra
speculation: kerry will appear to win fair and square to 'reassure' the angry public that their vote really does count. they were wronged in 2000, and now the system will appear to make it right and they will be subdued. this fanatic extremism can't continue for another 4 years.
what do you think?


That's all pretty interesting, and possible as well, but I don't see Kerry's stance on all those issues as damning. The sad fact is that it is fairly impossible to get elected in this country on an anti-death penalty platform, so I think kerry subscribing to those issues is more of a prodcut of necessity. It is my honest opinion that Kerry could give a flying fuck about gay marriage, but he's speaking out against it because that's what the polls show.
As for Kerry winning to appease the public... That's a truly devious theory ;) , but one that would require a degree of planning and coordination on part of some shadowy cabal that I would very much like to think unattainable for them. But I agree with you on one thing: fanatic extremism cannot continue for another 4 years. And if this country is indeed being run by a shadowy cabal, then if they're intelligent enough to control a nation such as America, one should sincerely hope that they're also capable of realizing that Bush's road leads to certain ruin.
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djdouglas Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2004
i think it'd be a piece of cake to get elected on an anti-death penalty platform IF you have enough money and privately show enough subservience to corporate donors...

it is never necessary for a human to subscribe to the obviously wrong stances on anything, especially when they're running for president...his stances show me that he is not allowed to think for himself (aka think morally), rather, he thinks for certain interests, and those interests are not the same as those of the american people. bad bad bad.

kerry is speaking out against gay marriage too? if that's true, woohoo(!) because that means nader has that much more of a chance of winning this next election (or at least being taken more seriously than ever before in the following election). the two party system has failed completely; fallen victim to the greed of capitalism...and it really surprises me to see how fast the rate of public learning & understanding of this is accelerating.

(for this, i thank you jon stewart, george w. bush, john kerry, etc...)

and as for this: one that would require a degree of planning and coordination on part of some shadowy cabal that I would very much like to think unattainable for them

have you heard of the Project for a New American Century? it's a cabal including Jeb Bush, Dick Cheney, Steve Forbes, Zalmay Khalilzad, Dan Quayle, Donald Rumsfeld, and Paul Wolfowitz, among others (and you can see their 'signed' names on the Project's website here) A 90-page report/strategy that the group put together in 2000 called " Rebuilding America's Defenses" has been followed precisely (by that i mean there have been defense budget adjustments to the tenth of a percentage that the report called for, among other things) at times of the Bush Administration's rule.

and check this out:

The shadow of dictatorship: Bush established secret government after September 11
4 March 2002

The Bush administration has established a “shadow government,” consisting of 75 to 150 officials of the executive branch who have been dispatched to secure, fortified locations to provide “continuity of government,” supposedly as a precaution against a possible nuclear terrorist attack on the US capital, the Washington Post reported Friday. An executive order for temporary evacuation was issued shortly after the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, and the arrangement was made permanent a month later.

The administration decided to implement longstanding contingency plans prepared during the Cold War but never before activated. More than 100 officials were evacuated by helicopter within hours of the suicide hijackings which destroyed the World Trade Center and damaged the Pentagon.

They were taken to two locations, believed to be in mountainous terrain in the eastern United States, which became the seat of a temporary regime. In late October the arrangement was made permanent. Since then, officials drawn from top levels of the civil service, just below the appointed cabinet and sub-cabinet level, have been rotated at 90-day intervals. Legal documents have been drafted to give these officials the full powers of the executive branch in the event of a catastrophe.

Administration spokesmen have confirmed the Post report, and Bush himself discussed the subject at a Republican Party campaign appearance in Iowa. “We take the continuity-of-government issue seriously because our nation was under attack,” Bush declared. “Until this country has routed out terrorists wherever they try to hide, we’re not safe.” In other words, the secret government, like the “war on terrorism” itself, is open-ended.

According to a further report in the Post March 3, the Bush administration has deployed the Delta Force within the United States —the same elite commando unit which spearheaded the war in Afghanistan—placing it on standby alert to engage in anti-terrorist actions around Washington in the event of possible nuclear attack.

An unconstitutional regime

The most sinister characteristic of this secret government is that it consists entirely of executive branch officials, in complete violation of the separation of powers which is the heart of the US constitutional system. No one in the other two branches of government, the legislative and judicial, was included in the plans or even aware of them. In the event such an emergency government were to emerge, it would be an openly dictatorial regime, consisting solely of executive branch officials exercising military and police powers, without any legislative oversight or judicial check on their actions.

Despite the rhetoric about “continuity of government,” the Bush plan is not based on presidential succession as defined in the US Constitution. Vice President Dick Cheney, who would succeed in the event of Bush’s death or incapacity, is in direct charge of the whole operation. But the third and fourth in the order of succession, House Speaker Dennis Hastert and Senate President Pro Tem Robert Byrd, were not involved or even aware of the government they would nominally head.

The Bush administration is apparently in violation of a 1988 executive order on emergency preparedness issued by President Reagan, which instructed the National Security Council to “arrange for Executive branch liaison with, and assistance to, the Congress and the federal judiciary on national security-emergency preparedness matters.”

In television interviews on Sunday, the leading congressional Democrat, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, confirmed that neither he nor any other congressional leader had been consulted about the plan. Asked whether this constituted a secret government, not just potentially in the future, but in actuality today, he replied, “I don’t know. I don’t know what their role is, what their current authority is, because we haven’t been informed. You’d think one person in Congress would know, and whether a congressional and judicial component is included.”

This is an extraordinary state of affairs: the leader of the US Senate, the most powerful legislator in Washington, admits that he does not know whether the US government still observes the conventions of democratic rule, or whether it is being run behind the scenes by unelected officials who are not responsible for their actions either to elected representatives or to the public as a whole.

From a political standpoint, the establishment of a secret government is the culmination of a protracted, behind-the-scenes struggle for power in official Washington which has consumed nearly an entire decade. This initially took the form of a legal/media/congressional campaign to destabilize the Clinton administration, including the shutdown of the federal government in 1995-96, and a series of independent counsel investigations which culminated in impeachment.

This was followed by the antidemocratic intervention of the Supreme Court into the 2000 presidential election, suppressing the vote-counting in Florida and awarding the presidency to Bush. Now an unelected president has established a secret, military-backed government of unelected officials, behind the backs of the elected members of the Congress, Democratic and Republican alike. The Bush administration has seized on the “war on terrorism” to implement a sweeping change in American foreign policy and political life: the implementation of a radical right-wing program of militarism abroad and attacks on democratic rights at home.

The greatest threat to the American people comes, not from foreign terrorists or Islamic fundamentalists, but from the behind-the-scenes machinations of the American government itself. The terrorist attacks—in which the role of US intelligence agencies and the US military still remains to be investigated—have become the pretext for the setting up of a parallel government, concealed from the legislature. The “war on terrorism” has become the foundation on which the Bush administration has begun to erect a military-police dictatorship, run by a secret cabal of unnamed officials, working out of the White House and various “undisclosed secure locations.”

---still sounding unattainable?

if this country is indeed being run by a shadowy cabal, then if they're intelligent enough to control a nation such as America, one should sincerely hope that they're also capable of realizing that Bush's road leads to certain ruin

certain ruin, certain control, same difference...and all it will take for them to set their military dictatorship in place is the next (bigger) terrorist attack, surely coming soon to a country near you, right?

thanks for reading all this, bro

:peace:
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ixat Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2004
Oh, and as for Nader... I believe he has as much chance of winning this or any other US election as I have of winning the Miss Universe contest. But I do agree that the 2-party system has exhausted and business interests have gotten out of hand. And now, tune in for Ixat's little political theory:

In a political system, there are 4 sides: the people (popular vote), the government (executive/legislative/judicial), the money (business interests), and the military. A successful political system is one where none of the 4 sides has excessive power, and they all keep each other in balance. In today's America, there is a real danger of money getting irrevocably out of hand (it hasn't happened quite yet - business can and has been sued and curtailed). We have to fix that or perish.
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ixat Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2004
Hm, well, I was aware of most of the things in your post, but thanks for bringing them to my attention once again. Perhaps I was rash in dismissing the idea of a cabal...
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lairel Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2004
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startitan Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2004
lol. whoo nice man.
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