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What the Hell am I Talking About? Ebola or ISIS? I Can’t Remember.

Posted by Martin C. Fox on September 19, 2014

We will send as many 100 “advisers”, no make that 300, no 1000+ to fight the enemy.

The “advisors” are fully armed and accompany the locals to fight the enemy. But they will magically steer clear of the fighting. We will not mention the “specialists” nor the inevitable CIA presence.

The enemy can mutate into an unrecognizable form in an instant leaving us at a complete loss as how to fight it. Not that we knew how to fight it to begin with.

What DOES the enemy look like today?

We will no doubt end up helping to feed and spread the enemy even as we are battling it. Our lack of knowledge of even the most elementary aspects of the enemy will result in an epidemic of collateral damage and innocent lives lost. Read the rest of this entry »

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Erie Times-News Doesn’t Print Another Letter

Posted by Martin C. Fox on September 14, 2014

I must return to the original purpose of this blog, to circumvent the limitations imposed by my beloved local rag.  The lamestream media has been really getting to me and I had to vent via a letter to the editor.  Apparently it hit too close to home.  Here goes.

We read about supposed Russian aggression next door to them in Ukraine. Yet we never hear how the State Department (search for assistant secretary Victoria Nuland’s “$%@& the EU” cell phone conversation), National Endowment for Democracy and CIA aided and abetted the overthrow of the previous government. All because Victor Yuschenko decided Billions in Russian bailout money trumped Millions from the EU. Food is big business in Ukraine. US agribusinesses that advertise on Sunday morning news shows have much to gain with a US sock puppet in charge. Read the rest of this entry »

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ISIS, Iraq, Syria, The Entire Middle East-Time to Toss the Hot Potato

Posted by Martin C. Fox on September 1, 2014

One could say the latest round of Middle East discontent began with Bush I giving a green light to Hussein invading Kuwait, then pulling the rug out as it were. Clinton, Bush II and Obama have each made the situation exponentially worse.

Pat Buchanan has recently expanded on Ran Paul’s question: What did Hillary accomplish as secretary of state? Wrecking havoc is about all.

The CIA, National Endowment for Democracy and Hillary’s coercion in the overthrow of Libya, Eqypt and Ukraine have unleashed tribal and ethnic chaos. ISIS and Boko Haram being a direct result. Read the rest of this entry »

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Government-In Case You Haven’t Figured It Out Yet

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 21, 2014

Big Gov

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Ebola- Another US Government Success Story?

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 13, 2014

Remember the anthrax mailings to some Senators in 2001? After much prodding the government finally admitted the bugs came from the Army’s Ames Research Center.

Researcher Bruce Ivins was accused but no one really believes it was him. Ivins couldn’t take the pressure and pulled his own plug. The FBI pulled out and declared victory.

Then there is Plum Island. This facility near Lyme CT was started to help combat contagious animal disease such as hoof and mouth. It is now a restricted access biological disaster area. There have been past reports of disfigured animals washing up on nearby shores. Read the rest of this entry »

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Some Go Farther Than Colorado To Get High

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 27, 2014

I have trouble making it passed number 2.

http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/06/russia-today/caution-extreme-vertigo/

Somewhat out of the ordinary!

And then there is Felix Baumgartner

 

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Prescription Drug Monitoring-Pharmacists Better Step Up

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 20, 2014

It would in the pharmacists’ best interest to start tending their own store before the government screws them up more than they already have.

Deb Beck, president of the Drug and Alcohol Service Providers Organization of Pennsylvania and State Rep Joe Hackett plead the case for a prescription drug monitoring in PA in an Erie Times-News editorial.

They make the point that overdose deaths by controlled substances such as OxyContin, Vicodin and Benzodiazepines are a leading cause of death. We need to monitor drug dispensation more closely to watch who gets what and to prevent doctor shopping.

They may be onto something but wait! Is not the drug industry one of the most government regulated, dare I say strangled, industries in the world?

Could there be a connection between government drug control and the rampant misuse thereof? Read the rest of this entry »

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CHP Goon Beats Mentally Challenged Women To A Pulp

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 9, 2014

See here.

The only thing surprising about this story was that it was on lamestream media.  Police vulgarities are an old story.  To serve and protect is ancient history.  Now it is Enforce and Arrest.

Internet sites such as:
Pro Libertate
Police State USA
Police Crimes

are loaded with police brutality horror stories. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Similarites To The Soviet Union Should Be Obvious. The Enemy Is US

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 6, 2014

Do you, like I, wonder why with all this DHS/CIA/NSA spying does ISIS pop up from nowhere?  These efforts don’t seem to be diminishing the terror threat.

How much of this spying is meant to curb international terrorism and how much is actually directed inward? Read the rest of this entry »

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Michael Gerson Sports His Warparty Spokesman Hat Today

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 6, 2014

He blames Obama’s supposed reluctance to jump into the Syrian civil war as the reason for the current Iraqi mess.  See here.

Obama effectively canceled air strikes against the Syrian regime, which had used chemical weapons on civilians in defiance of an American “red line.”

Gerson chooses to ignore Seymour Hersch’s London Review of Books expose of how Turkey’s president enabled the gas attacks to spur more US intervention in Syria.

We already know the US is already heavily involved in Syria by way of funneling arms left over from the Libyan war to Syria.  That project resulted in getting four state department employees killed.  Then there are the CIA and special ops boots on the ground that are not counted as “boots on the ground”.

On this foreign policy theory, challenges can be managed by narrowing them. Pick the solvable problem that relates most directly to U.S. interests — in this case, chemical weapons — without becoming embroiled in broader conflicts. And a message was duly sent to friends in the region (the Gulf states, Jordan, the Free Syrian Army): Apart from U.S. humanitarian assistance, they were on their own.

As it should be.  Let the Middle East settle its own problems.  Then again why should they bother?  Saudi Arabia wants a hard-line Sunni ruled Islamic state and the US is unwittingly doing their heavy lifting. Read the rest of this entry »

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