reductio ad uranium ... (Iran, N.Korea; aka 'the goodies')

 .. err, - reptilian? ...

   .. actually absurdum ...

     .. as well; all three, that is


Preamble: Instantly, I spring to my own defence: I don't necessarily agree with N.Korea *having* an A-bomb, and as far as I can 'see,' (IAEA, latest US NIE, etc.) Iran is *not* working on any A-bomb, but in any case; since the US & Israel a) both have the bomb, b) that the US has actually deployed nukular bombs (The bombs killed as many as 140,000 people in Hiroshima and 80,000 in Nagasaki ... largely innocent civilians), and c) both the US and Israel threaten, as in this chilling little 'charmer:'

On being asked:
«"Prime Minister, ... if ever Israel was in danger of being defeated on the battlefield, it would be prepared to take the region and the whole world down with it?"»
Golda Meir did say:
«"Yes, that’s exactly what I’m saying."» 
[ICH/Alan Hart/Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews]

Comment: This is utterly typical; Israel, with about .001% of the world's population, holds the rest (99.999%) hostage. Yeah; that'd be about 'right.' Recall that all the while IL distracts the world with its filthy criminality, the climate-catastrophe gets ever closer, ever less avoidable. And, of course, it won't be just the I/J/Z-plex that needs an ark. Or a fire-proof bunker, or 'manna from heaven' (haw!)

Also, I don't necessarily agree with totalitarian regimes (I'm mindful of gibes (jeering remark, taunt) by lying r-wing trolls: "You must support Pol Pot then eh?"), nor do I support religion of any flavour. Not just 'BTW,' dare you examine this?

5:00am The Rhythm Divine
with Geoff Wood. World sacred music, everything from chant to the charts
7:00am Encounter
Exploring religion and life
- this latter was a real shocker today[1]; heard the intro and nearly went to heaven! (It means "Hit the roof.")


Main: Uranium, reptilian and absurdum.

1. Uranium. First of all, 'they' lie to us; the MSM (as usual, including the AusBC: Boo! Hiss!) - the politicians (ours (Aus) and theirs (US, Israel)); lying *should* be against the law. In fact, when it 'suits' them, 'misleading parliament' can lead to 'discipline' being deployed, and as we can plainly see, 'laws' are often 'honoured' - in the breach (think: illegal invasions, or torture, say.) The only laws should be *just* laws; only just laws may be a) accepted, let alone b) enforced. Again 'in fact,' just laws would need almost no enforcing; 'everybody' can see that just laws are in their own interest. (The actual 'sickos,' the exceptions, aka the criminal psychopaths, still need 'sorting,' then 'exporting.')

In clear text: As long as some countries have nukular bombs, there is simply *no* possibility of forbidding others from possessing them as well. Again in clear text: Iran and N.Korea both *need* nukular bombs - as a proper defence, given the illegal threats they have trust upon them (bellicose US to innocent Iran: "All options!")

2. Reptilian, aka dumbed down. It's simply obvious - to those of us left, the conscious ones, still with a conscience. First, 'they' (the propagandists, turned 'public relationists,' then morphed into 'marketers') - manipulated ('manufactured') demand. They 'customised' the sheople. Later, they invented 'focus groups,' enabling them to accurately 'advertise' the (then limited) wares they were pushing. Even later still, with 'computer aided design/manufacture,' they could better 'target' the market with customised goods. But all the time, they were tricking the sheople, selling them stuff they (mostly) didn't really need. The actual 'reptilian;' the propagandists have bypassed the so-called 'higher functions' (The Enlightenment, say) - by appealing to the primitive, the reptilian, or 'hind brain' - yep; just as in dinosaurs.

In clear text: The sheople have been bought off, with the modern equivalent of beads and feathers. The 'social contract' has not just been violated, it's been shredded and thrown to the winds. (Let's not start: down-sizing, out-sourcing, off-shoring, sub-contracting, no deserved, restful retirement in sight; medicine for profit (instead of health!!?) - the sheople squeezed from every possible direction. The trickle-down - has *toadally* dried up; nobody gives a shit for any other except for "Me, me, me!")

3. Absurdum. Really, daaarlings, I mean - just how silly is that?



[1] Sunday 14 June 2009
Image of God (rpt.)
The power and the mystery of the human face. From the representation of Christ in religious art, and the hidden face of God in Judaism, to modern cosmetic surgery and the experience of facial disfigurement.

Comment: This is possibly indicative. 'They' (the AusBC) speak of 'Christ' and (some) 'God' as if both actually exist, then go on to modern cosmetic surgery, an article about which *in Iran* I commented on years ago. (Young Iranian women are sooo politically conscious, that they think "a nose-job" will fix their (and therefore the world's) problems.) Another loop complete. (Was that "loop" or "loopy?")

Comment: More than just a bit 'superficial,' eh??!

1 comment:

  1. More "what about?s" required ... on Israel and the IAEA. 

    Evidence? He wants evidence?

    More words from Obama - but what about the evidence?

    For ID, I highlight this section:

    To its credit, the Obama administration has shifted the rhetoric on Iran from the Bush era, downplaying – though not taking off the table – the military option while emphasizing its desire to pursue diplomacy. But as former National Security Council officials Flynt and Hillary Mann Everett noted in a recent New York Times op-ed, the Obama administration "has done nothing to cancel or repudiate an ostensibly covert but well-publicized program, begun in President George W. Bush’s second term, to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to destabilize the Islamic Republic."

    In other words, the Obama administration may be engaged in a low-level war with Iran, with Secretary of State Clinton warning of "crippling sanctions" to come. For the average Iranian, it doesn’t matter if Obama seems more reasonable than Bush or appears less likely to annihilate the Middle East in some crazed messianic quest. What matters is that his administration — in terms of actual policy, not rhetoric — has embraced the key tenets of the Bush Iran policy: overt economic warfare and covert "destablization" programs, including possible support for anti-Iranian terrorist groups.

    And he has advice for the Iranian leadership

    "We call on the Iranian government to stop all violent and unjust actions against its own people," Obama said, as protestors clashed in defiance of an order from supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for an end to protests.

    "The Iranian government must understand that the world is watching. We mourn each and every innocent life that is lost," Obama said.

    Given Obama's AfPak operations - the drones etc, is he saying that violence against one's own people is bad but violence against foreigners is OK? Or is it just a lack of a sense of irony?