Daily update

Today we have lots of pro-lynching articles.

The most significant calls for lynching to support cap-and-trade on global warming. 56 papers think it is justified and that Barack Obama is the only one in the United $tates to support Copenhagen.(1) Racist liberal persynality cults die hard.

This falls in the category of last flare-up of support for lynching.

At the same time, a whole host of unfounded lynchmob rumors on totally unrelated topics circulate; although to be fair, most Aesopian arguments this past week are now about the other side.

What’s interesting is that the lynchmob appears to make an acknowledgement while also tacking full course for Obama. False theories of the historical origin of the third party infiltration gambit supported by many sources have been knocked down by the latest lynchmob speculation; yet grab at another speculation, the lynchers promptly did. There’s always one more potato chip in the can for the racists to pull out.

We are in a weird bird of a world when “Fox News” feels compelled to point out: “it was Sen. Strom Thurmond, then a Democrat, who unsuccessfully tried to filibuster the Civil Rights Act of 1957 and it was Republicans who led the charge against slavery.”(2) And it’s even weirder that factually speaking, “Fox News” is absolutely correct and pointing in the correct direction. (I do understand the related Obama ambiguity.)

One thing I would like to assure readers is that there is absolutely nothing post-hoc about my charges. What happened in my life has all happened to others before. The only question is whether honest intelligence professionals and diplomatic historians can admit it or whether they make any difference if the world has not overcome lynching.

I don’t remember seeing 56 papers writing simultaneously to end the siege of Gaza.

1. http://www.newser.com/story/75538/56-newspapers-call-for-climate-change-action.html
2. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/12/07/reid-compares-health-care-reform-foes-slavery-supporters/


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