Bu$h of the North's not so hidden War plan

Knock knock Kanucks, your Bu$hite king's clothes are no more opaque than your own. While it's true that the Main $tream media has been jacking off since this kleptocratic earthquake made its presence know following 9/11 - the citizens who let themselves be duped are also to blame. Crash our banks now if you chose, but we're all going to have to live with the consequences of these moral failings - political, economic and militaristic - that have almost completely blackened Canada's name.

Bin laden and his country's bankers have been laughing their fucking heads of at our ridiculousness ever since those towers struck the ground - whether they did it or not.

Should a new financial 9/11 be successfully completed on the NAU-EU economy, it'll be a hundred years before Western society makes a positive impact.

I suggest that once we elect Taliban Jack to lead a minority government, we not let up in demanding recession of the socio-economic dehumanization that has accompanied the last round of NWO profit taking.

Vote ABC, No to Blackwater, Fuck the NWO. - Dan F.
Stephen Harper: Bulking up Pentagon North
Linda McQuaig - Global Research
October 8, 2008

With the prospect of a Harper majority hanging menacingly over the country, the mind inevitably turns to the question: Just what is the “secret agenda” lurking behind the friendly sweater?

Actually, I don’t believe there is one. The truth is that Stephen Harper has already laid out an agenda that would fundamentally change this country - in ways most Canadians would oppose.

While this agenda is not “secret,” my guess is few Canadians know about it. That’s because Harper, realizing it would be unpopular, unveiled it when Canadians weren’t paying attention - in fact, we were sleeping. Sometime in the dark of night last June 20, the Harper government posted a plan on the Department of National Defence’s website - called Canada First Defence Strategy - to spend an eye-popping $490 billion over the next 20 years on the military.

Given all the recent buzz about the size of the $700 billion Wall Street bailout in the United States, it’s striking to note that Ottawa quietly announced a plan to spend nearly half a trillion dollars on the military, almost in passing.
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