Friday, 30 July 2010

I washed my hands in the bloody waters but they didn't come clean

kenny's sideshow 

Julian Assange et al "might already have on their hands the blood of some young soldier or that of an Afghan family," because of the massive leak of Afghan war records.

          Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen 

For our 'leaders' the WikiLeaks psyops saga goes somewhat like this ...

Let's pretend we care about soldiers and civilians.

Let's make believe that we fight wars for righteous reasons.

What really goes on is none of the public's business. Just pay your taxes and shut up.

Lies are to protect you from the facts.

Scapegoats make for great diversion.

Unauthorized leaks need new laws. We've been telling you that the internet is dangerous.
___________ fill in the blank.

Find some war statistics-take your pick, explore a story or two from non-main stream sources, read up on the history of propaganda and the real history of history.  Or just go along with the crowd.

The more we accept the official story, the more sense the world will make. There are wonderful things waiting for those who believe what our loving and benevolent government says. I used to want to look it all up and find the real "truth", but now I realize that the real truth is what they tell me it is.

Yes, wonderful things will come for our acceptance and silence ...

                                                                  like this

                                                                  or this 

                              ah, but sometimes there's smiles

Posted by kenny's sideshow at 11:05 AM
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