Thursday, February 2, 2012

Support Our Death Machine by Eating Some Jerky

No matter where you go or what you watch or listen to, there's a constant, steady beating of war drums either in your face or subtlety in the background.

The in your face part is this farce called an election, where all the Republican candidates (Except for Ron Paul) are clamoring for more of these 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel.' Keep up the current ones in Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and also, tow the Zionist line and cheer for more war against Syria, Iran, Nigeria and other parts of Africa.

And 'Mr. Hope and Change?' Still killing innocents by blasting them to hell and gone using UAV's so the killers won't have to risk getting shot at. How manly!

The subtle war mongering is in your face damn near anywhere you go, from listening to some country and western singer who calls himself Trace Adkins, going on TalmudVision--or was we call it, 'TV'--telling us we just gotta support those troops who war coming home wounded by donating money to something called the "Wounded Warrior Project."

Trace, checked out your Wikipedia page and noticed you didn't serve in our country's armed forces in your younger days. Was that because you were too busy drinking and raising hell, having fun and not wanting to get into a uniform and take a chance on getting shot or worse?

But now your oozing with patriotism, telling your fans and other they just gotta support the 'wounded warriors.'
Hey Trace, here's an idea: How about supporting the troops by bringing them home and putting a stop to these endless wars?


Instead of singing weepy ballads about our sons and daughters who are getting killed to protect Apartheid Israel and keep the money rolling in to Wall Street and the MIC, why not write a song about ending these wars, or would that impact your lucrative income?

Here's Trace doing a gig aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln, back in 2002, doing what he can to support the lies behind the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11.

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You might remember the USS Lincoln, that was the ship the at-large war criminal, GW Bush, used to stage a psyops drama of allegedly flying onto the aircraft carrier with a huge sign in the background that said, "Mission Accomplished," and these days, its in the Persian Gulf, getting ready for another war.

Eat Some Jerky and be a Killer for Peace!

Today, saw some more pseudo-patriotic BS at the local convenience store, where a box selling a brand of beef jerky offered to send one strip 'Over There' for every two strips you buy in the store.

Not to be left out in this meat eating killer contest, another jerky company is getting all patriotic:
Send jerky to a soldier

We strongly support our troops that are risking their lives for our freedom. We hear from many servicemen & women that jerky is what they like to receive most.

Jerky Up for Our Troops

Our troops are returning from Iraq but there are so many still serving our country. Let’s keep supporting them!
And more: Keeping the troops wide awake so they'll be jacked up for the next kill.
And now, from the folks who developed the atomic bomb, Kevlar underwear and the Humvee, presenting the latest in war-fighting technology:

Caffeinated meat.

That’s right, an Army lab here is testing a beef jerky stick that looks and tastes just like your average Slim Jim but contains an equivalent of a cup of coffee’s worth of caffeine to give even the sleepiest soldier that up-and-at-’em boost.

In addition to caffeine, military technologists are lacing food with supplements such as omega 3s and curcumin, which act as anti-inflammatories. Maltodextrin, a complex carbohydrate that gives service members a little turbo charge, is injected into an amped-up applesauce called Zapplesauce.

Besides whipping up new, improved MRE items, Natick also serves as the Army’s equivalent of James Bond’s laboratory.

Here, scientists are developing Global Positioning System-guided helicopters and weaving electrical wires into uniforms and adding keypads to the sleeves. They’re working with the defense contractor Lockheed Martin to build a robotic exoskeleton (think a less dramatic Iron Man) that would allow service members to carry as much as 200 pounds on their backs.
Or you can click on this PDF link to find 101 ways to support our overseas killers.

But don't worry, we'll always have the Freedom of Speech to use the Internet to protest all this death and destruction, right?
Google to Censor Blogger Blogs on a 'Per Country Basis'

Google has quietly announced changes to its Blogger free-blogging platform that will enable the blocking of content only in countries where censorship is required.

Google wrote Jan. 9 it would begin redirecting Blogger traffic to country-specific URLs, meaning whatever country you’re in, you’ll get that country’s domain for Blogger-hosted blogs.

TechDows reports that this is now happening in India, for example. So when you’re there and click on a Blogger blog, the URL will end .in.

Doing that, Google wrote, means content can be removed “on a per country basis.”

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5 comments:

musique said...

Greg,

After watching those soldiers peeing on the dead peasents opps talibaans ....I came up with my own support the troops project. Let's send 'em clean and fresh Depends! Trace can be the spokesperson, by wearing diaper on his head and sing some achy breaky, hillbilly song.

While the troops are busy chowing down caffeinated slim jims, mcdonald was busy feeding the sheeple "pink slime":
McDonald's confirmed that it has eliminated the use of ammonium hydroxide — an ingredient in fertilizers, household cleaners and some roll-your-own explosives — in its hamburger meat.

Nice Job, mcdonald! That's all I needed ...some fertilizer-cleaner-explosive stuff in my already chemically saturated body! May be 9/11 was carried out by eating WAYY too many big mac patties!

http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/01/31/10282876-mcdonalds-drops-use-of-gooey-ammonia-based-pink-slime-in-hamburger-meat

Okie.. on the happier side ... found couscous made by women owned Palestinian cooperatives in Gaza! Can you believe it?? So,please check out if you have Williams-Sonoma stores nearby. Pics below:

http://i341.photobucket.com/albums/o370/Musique1/IMG_1408copy.jpg

http://i341.photobucket.com/albums/o370/Musique1/IMG_1402copy.jpg

kenny said...

I'm disgusted every time I see Adkins' plug for WWP. I would be surprised if even a nickel out of every dollar donated goes to help a vet. Plus what does even having that 'charity' say about the VA's treatment of its disposable pawns?

Greg Bacon said...

Musique, not sure there's a big enough diaper Trace could wear to hold all that shit dropping out of his head.

McDonald's confirmed that it has eliminated the use of ammonium hydroxide — an ingredient in fertilizers, household cleaners and some roll-your-own explosives — in its hamburger meat.

Damn, all those 'al CIA Duh' cells here in the USA will no longer be able to use Big Macs to make bombs :)

And yes Kenny, it would be interesting to see how much of that WWP money is actually going to the wounded vets.

We have an endless amount of money to build newer and more efficient killing machines, but when it comes to the troops coming home, either physically or mentally damaged, they're on their own.

Blink said...

For Paul and Romney, a strategic alliance between outsider and establishment – The Washington Post

Despite deep differences on a range of issues, Romney and Paul became friends in 2008, the last time both ran for president. So did their wives, Ann Romney and Carol Paul. The former Massachusetts governor compliments the Texas congressman during debates, praising Paul’s religious faith during the last one, in Jacksonville, Fla. Immediately afterward, as is often the case, the Pauls and the Romneys gravitated toward one another to say hello.

The Romney-Paul alliance is more than a curious connection. It is a strategic partnership: for Paul, an opportunity to gain a seat at the table if his long-shot bid for the presidency fails; for Romney, a chance to gain support from one of the most vibrant subgroups within the Republican Party.

Greg Bacon said...

Blink, I don't know if Paul is for real, but at least he's bringing out serious matters to a clueless public, like the con artists at the Fed and how we need to stop killing people all over the world.

And that we have no need for around 800 military bases stationed in 127 or so nations.

I won't vote for the Democrat or Republican presidential candidate in the Fall general election, but I might vote for Paul in the upcoming state primary to see how many people have been listening and how rigged the vote will become.

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