Saturday, April 21, 2007

Are the American people aware of Sibel?

A response by a viewer of KTM:
A Serious Allegation!
This is not a conspiracy theory; it’s a question regarding an allegation.

I recently watched a documentary, on one of our Special Broadcasting TV Channels (SBS), titled “Kill the Messenger”. It was concerning allegations made by the former FBI Translator and “Whistleblower” Sibel Edmonds about corruption in the US Government Executive Branch and Congress.
The documentary was quite detailed and spoke of Turkish bribery of high level US officials; allegations of Money Laundering, Drug Dealing and the trading of nuclear devices contrary to the non proliferation treaty.

I found the allegations extraordinary, more so by the fact they were made almost five years ago. Are the American people aware of this claim and why does the Congress not investigate these serious assertions?
'Why?' indeed.


«—U®Anu§—» said...

When Lennon and McCartney sought the counsel of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, there was a statement attributed to Maharishi to the effect that if 10% of the world's people practiced transcendental meditation, there would be no war. There is, of course, no scientific study testing the theory, but it's probably true. Likewise, if 10% of the people in the United States were curious enough to follow the news, and not even closely, I believe there would be too much outrage to ignore Sibel.

And, I believe a lack of curiosity and education generally is the reason that, generation after generation, the issues Sibel raises don't get fixed. That deficiency extends to over 90% of Americans.

It's all because thieves realized educated people would call them out. So, after we finished the Apollo mission, conservatives declared we wouldn't go back to space, but instead spend our resources on the things that matter, like DEA, prisons, wars, and a service economy to replace manufacturing and production. The domestic oil industry was expunged, and education appropriation was trimmed. Now you have stupid, non-curious people who answer "duh." Conservatives wanted the public funds that would have colonized the moon by 2000 in their bank accounts instead. They want jail or death for those who get no cut and don't see it their way. That's what we get instead of personal liberty, justice, prosperity, peace and quickly evolving technology. In 1968, I believed that by 2007, I'd be able to visit a human outpost anywhere in the solar system. At the pace things were going, that goal was easy. Man, it's a fucking joke now, light years past tragic. As is the sad fact more than 9 out of 10 people close their eyes to it, a problem fixed by a cursory review of recent history.

So, the question is, how do you awaken curiosity in individuals in this environment?

lukery said...

So, the question is, how do you awaken curiosity in individuals in this environment?
we gotta reach them - that's a start, right?

«—U®Anu§—» said...

I have lots of time to think about esoteric subjects. I just wish I'd been born with a better brain. Like I said, everyone in this country should read WIIG4. We wouldn't be in this mess.

lukery said...

i agree that everyone should read wiig4. we are the most under-appreciated blog on the whole planet and we could solve world hunger and global warming if we had a big enough audience.

perhaps i should actually do some marketing.

«—U®Anu§—» said...

This is a curious business. So many site owners (I won't name) lose their way when their hit count gets big. It seems like when they're looking for more than the facts, the facts get cloudy. I often think of Eric Blumrich, who isn't rich and has a relatively modest hit count for his site. He has made some good animations and writes a little. His influence, however, is as unmistakable as it is enormous. WIIG4 may not get millions of hits per week, but I'm aware that some very influential people read it, without making their presence known. A little publicity is a good thing, and I post links here and there on occasion to remind people. Many politicians, journalists and blog operators know we're here.

Good content wlll always be the crown jewel. People love a good fight, but hard positions and facts seem difficult to swallow. No cause for despair. Mankind has sought the solution to lying lawbreaking for a very long time, and hasn't found it yet.

Mizgîn said...

Oh, come on, Lukery! Who's going to pay attention to Sibel, Deep State, and all the scumbags in the US government when all that people really want to worry about is Anna Nicole Smith's baby, Don Imus' firing, and American Idol.

Priorities, man, priorities.

lukery said...

soooooo... who IS winning American Idol???