posted on Feb, 1 2009 @ 03:05 PM
Based on the video, I think it would be really great to have Webster Tarpley interviewed. Icke's great, and he has his own unique perspective (I
particularly liked what he said about Obama in Africa): Tarpley's clearly done a LOT of homework on this.
I'd been away from this site for a while when the election was on. First, I thought the GOP would fiddle it again. Then when Obama got in and I
picked myself up off the floor, I thought, "uh-oh, outbreak of democracy... how long will he last before they take the JFK option?"
He's been in office long enough for me to conclude that he's just another Clinton - possibly even more dangerous. Bush's frat-boy moron persona
exposed the US as the global bully it's been for the past half-century: Obama's going to be a more plausible face for, at least, more of the same.
As Tarpley predicted, he's not anti-war, quite the reverse. And there's a disquieting totalitarian streak there camouflaged under a veneer of
I have to say I've only seen Obama speak once (on TV, of course) and my first impression was that this was someone who was articulate and clearly
didn't mind that what they had to say was pretty much content-free. Then other people were saying how great he was and I couldn't be bothered to
check it out - I just revised my opinion based on opinions of others that I'd grown to trust. What a boob.
So, yes, please, Webster Tarpley if you can, guys. And those who haven't should check out the video - there's some proper analysis there.