posted on Mar, 4 2012 @ 02:15 PM
reply to post by Saucerwench
You got it!
I also wasn't aware that there was this George Bush Center Of Intelligence. Actually, I hadn't been aware that the CIA complex had been renamed.
Your average American (99% ?) are good at heart. Over the past three decades, when voters were told to vote a certain way over, say wedge issues like
abortion, God, guns, gays, family values, moral decay brought on by liberals, etc , these good Americans thought they were electing leaders who were
good at heart like them, someone who they could have a beer with or would stop and help them fix a flat tire. They listened to Rush and Fox and
cheered that finally someone was on "their" side to champion "their" values". These were good, well meaning people, not sheep.
I harbor no hate or anger at them. They, like the rest of us (adding up to 99% ?) were bamboozled. Many have woken up to the inconsistencies or the
purposeful intimidation as you experienced with Rush.
I think Philip Marshall's book points us all finally in the right direction. Who to get angry at, not each other but this shadow govt and the
intelligence apparatus, like George Bush Center Of Intelligence, it can use against us and in its favor.
I knew a contract pilot 40 years ago, and a chance encounter with a US Navy sailor several years later in a grocery store, who told me to read James
Bamford's, The Puzzle Palace, and I would begin to understand what most people don't, opened my eyes to a truly American shadow world, surrounding
the world where good Americans could lead good daily lives, purposefully kept ignorant (even at times at our highest levels in Washington) or
otherwise misdirected, so they could go on to lead their good daily lives.
Mr Marshall's research connects the dots that should have been connected years ago but weren't.