Sunday, May 1, 2011

Men Go To Jail, Dogs Get Put Down






I hope it was slow and painful motherfucker. I hope the last thing you saw on this Earth, was the face of an American Special Ops Commando smiling down upon you.

Meka-Leka-High Motherfucker

Friday, April 15, 2011

Holy Shit

So, once again I managed to strike gold and put the right password in. Unfortunately I was just goofing around and didn't actually write down the different variations I was using. Will try to reset this password and maybe do some more posting. Heh, funny thing, I used to love putting things up on here. Now I just feel burnt out. Hard to keep up with the constant insanity that is our current state of affairs. Just reading about it and watching it every day takes all the fuel right out of me, leaving none for here.

Checking my favorite blog roll, it would seem I'm not the only one who's taken an extended break, gone to prison, or just plain given up. lol Well, given up in the sense that filling this little corner of the interwebs is at the absolute bottom of the priority list. But one never really knows what the future holds. Perhaps I'll find that spark of motivation that drove me to write so much in the past.

Until then, keep your head down, eyes and ears open, and give em no quarter.

(Edit: I actually did it. Password reset to something I cannot forget. Now, no excuses except absolute laziness and apathy. lol  P.S. If anyone using Firefox knows how to comment on here let me know plz. I can't ever get my comments to work, which pisses me off to no end...)

Tuebor,


Philo

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Not A Bad Start To The Week

Looks like we've reached a tentative tax agreement. Funny thing, turned on the business news this morning, like I always do, and saw all 'green' instead of the mostly 'red' I'm used to seeing with breakfast. Wonder if there's any correlation between the two?

Top that off with the news early this morning that everyone's favorite fighter for "truth and openness" is in custody in the UK, and I can say that this has been one of the more pleasant 24 hour periods I've had in awhile.

Of course, being the superstitious fool that I am, and not wanting to jinx myself, I've decided to toss in a little bad news to even things out. Ladies and gentlemen, the "Worst jobs graph ever"!

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Staring Bradley Manning As Ephialtes




"Treason is a crime under federal and some state laws. Treason is made a high crime, punishable by death, under federal law by Article III, section 3 of the U.S. Constitution: "Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort."

Treason requires overt acts such as giving sensitive government security secrets to other countries, even if such countries are not enemies. Treason can include spying on behalf of a foreign power or divulging military secrets. (http://definitions.uslegal.com/t/treason)

 Treason. Period. It doesn't matter what this boy's "moral compass" told him to do. There is blood, and a lot of it, on his hands. In light of the most recent document dump by the snaggle-toothed albino at wikileaks, I would be willing to bet that at the moment I am typing this, there are people, (and their families) who help America in the Middle East,  who are being hunted down and executed by the bad guys.

But none of that matters right? After all, some kid, not even old enough to buy a beer, had the insight, the moral authority, to commit what may well be the biggest act of treason in American history.




(Edit: Comments still aren't working correctly so my rebuttal to the anon who posted follows:


"...paranoid fantasy, lies and fear-mongering of Philo."

Put you're money where your mouth is. Lied about what? The fact that this could even happen should cause fear. But I digress. You can believe what you will. The bottom line is that this asshole stole the information, and then passed it on to unauthorized parties, which then disseminated it to anyone with an Internet connection.

FYI: Editorial error in use of quotes aside,  (now fixed) the second half is the break down of what may constitute an act of treason. (Source link below.)

By his own admission in conversations with Adrian Lamo, he gave sensitive government security secrets to other countries via the whistle blower site wikileaks.

So in the end what we have here is you, just another "Anon" interwebs shit-talker. And one without a clue to boot. Thanks for stopping by.


http://definitions.uslegal.com/t/treason/"

Thursday, November 25, 2010

The New Imperialism

 If you believe that terrorists have US domestic legal rights, you must, by logical extension, believe that the US has the right to enforce its own domestic laws on foreign peoples, in foreign lands. This is of course, the very cornerstone of imperialism, and as such contradicts the entirety of US (And English common law) legal precedent.



"Judge A. Raymond Randolph spoke military detentions and trials, focusing primarily on recent Guantanamo Bay detainee’s trials. He argued that detainees did not have the right to habeas corpus and talked about his judicial decision that overturned a district court granting a Yememi man freedom and the right to habeas corpus."

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/296127-1

(It's an hour long, but worth every minute. Judge Randolph's sound, logical dissection of the Steven's Courts GITMO decision is powerful to say the least.)