Uh-oh Again…

Should the US intern Jews in concentration camps? It would be irresponsible not to speculate.

“Oh my God, I can’t believe you’d suggest such a..

Silence, Filipino Person. Into the truck you go.

[vroom!] “Aaagh! You can’t do this to me! I’m a citizen — I have rights!” [beep-beep!]

“Shriek! Squeal! I demand a lawyer! Give me back my cell phone! Aiee! (sob)”

“Welcome to Manzanar, fellow inmate. We hope that… Bismillah! Are they now arresting mentally ill pornography actresses?”

“You know, that really isn’t funny…”

We know, Pastor Niem?ller. We’ll bring her back as soon as she stops kicking at the door and reciting the Fifth Amendment…


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I hate having a day job. Everyone send me money so I can quit and respond to Malkin fulltime. (Make sure to include enough for full benefits, cheapskates!)


THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF Investigation had a hand in the leak of classified information to Philippine officials, and tried to cover up when it was exposed to the media by suing its agent, according to retired Navy Commodore Rex Robles.

“My assumption is that it’s a controlled leak gone wrong,” Robles, chief of the Philippine military intelligence service’s domestic section in 1968-72, said yesterday in a phone interview.

He was referring to US authorities’ purported practice of sending intelligence information to political leaders and top businessmen in an effort to build communication lines.

Robles said it was possible an overzealous agent “who wanted to go up the ladder” exposed the communication of FBI classified information to outsiders “without knowing it was a legitimate operation” of Leandro Aragoncillo, the conduit.

“To cover this up, the FBI is now filing pseudo-charges [against Aragoncillo] so that the trail leading to the higher-level authority who ordered the leak will be erased,” he said.

Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 17, 2005


I can see! That weird grey haze is gone and I CAN SEE!


Should we really be at the point where the philipine daily inquirer is the only one asking the tough questions of the US government?


plus, the story in the phillipine enquirer is over a fortnight old – the reason this case is hitting the US headlines now is to distract attention from Larry Franklin and AIPAC, in my little view.


The Holocaust text quoted most often is Martin Niem?ller’s confession: “First they came for the Communists, but I was not a Communist–so I said nothing. Then they came for the Social Democrats, but I was not a Social Democrat–so I did nothing. Then came the trade unionists, but I was not a trade unionist. And then they came for the Jews, but I was not a Jew–so I did little. Then when they came for me, there was no one left who could stand up for me.” Niem?ller had the progression of Nazi concentration camp policy correct. Al Gore quoted the passage, but moved the Jews to first place. He also left out Communists and trade unionists, and he added Catholics, who were not on Niem?ller’s list. The US Holocaust Memorial Museum preserves the list intact and in the correct order, except that it omits Communists. Other versions add homosexuals.


Can someone mail Malkin and ask what her thoughts are on Filipino spy issue? Does she think Filipinos should be treated like what she thinks Muslims should be?


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