Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Does Anyone Else Have a Problem With This?

The carrion birds of war are circling in the media and in government.  The president is spending too much time looking for a peaceful resolution to our issues with Iran, spending too much time practicing peace.  Does anybody else have a problem with this?  Does anybody else have a problem with Netanyahu acting as our unofficial commander and chief?  McCain, Boehner, McConnell go to Israel, hat in hand, paying homage to the leader of the 51st State in the Union.  They berate and belittle our sitting president while kissing the ring of a man who claims to know what is going on in Switzerland – even though nobody in their right mind would let him in the room.  

How much time is too much time to spend looking for an alternative to war?  How much time is too much time to spend looking for an alternative to crippling sanctions that hurt the people far more than ever they hurt the leaders of any nation?  How much time is too much time to merely setup a frame work for negotiations – that is all they are doing at this point?  An agreement, a final accord, needn't be reached until summer.  Didn't know that?  How could you?  Our infantile media ever hysterical and hitting the public panic button to drive their shares up and always in league with attention seeking, forever pandering politicos on both sides of the aisle, hasn't seen fit to mention this much.  Does anyone else have a problem with this?

Dried up old buzzards like the aforementioned three Republicans, past their prime and the aid of Viagra, require the stench of war to stimulate what is left of their manhood.  Self promoting, malignant media tikes like Andrea Mitchell – barren of womb as near as I can tell and of conscience as well – with nothing to lose and much to gain can’t wait to report on the carnage of another Iraq.  Time to get at it, to penalize and/or kill the Iranian people; Benjamin Netanyahu, the 45th President and the only one to serve while his predecessor is still in office, says so.  Does anyone else have a problem with this?

It is worth noting that we are not the only nation at the table.  Britain, Germany, France, China and Russia are also in Switzerland.  Should we step away and deepen our sanctions, as these warmongering monsters want us to do, there is some question that our partners who are not as enamored of war as we are would join us.  Accordingly our sanctions would be unilateral, not multilateral, and much less effective.  Being a devout follower of the X-files and a lifelong conspiracy nut, I can almost imagine that this has been the plan of the pretender Netanyahu and his “American” shadow government all along.  Does anyone else have a problem with this?

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