Saturday, August 27, 2005

Cindy & friends

The liberal media has tried its best to puff Cindy Sheehan. What’s so striking is how little difference there now is between the New York Times and the Neonazis.


Why Cindy Sheehan is Right!
By David Duke

Cindy Sheehan, a mother who lost a son in the Iraq War, is determined to prevent other mothers and fathers from experiencing the same loss.

Courageously she has gone to Texas near the ranch of President Bush and braved the elements and a hostile Jewish supremacist media to demand a meeting with him and a good explanation why her son and other’s sons and daughters must die and be disfigured in a war for Israel rather than for America.

In truth, Cindy Sheehan is absolutely right. Her son signed up in the military to defend America, not Israel, and to safeguard our own democracy, not the democracy of some foreign nation that neither wants nor needs it. In advancing this war for Israel, government and media advocates obviously couldn’t get Americans behind the war by saying it was a war for Israel. They had to make up bogus reasons for the war, such as saying that Iraq was an imminent threat to America and that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. Now that these lies have been exposed, they have changed the rationale for the war to “fighting for democracy” and “fighting against terrorism.” Here’s a short list showing why Cindy Sheehan is right!

It was criminal for Cindy Sheehan’s son to die for Israel rather than for the true interests of America.

From the beginning, this war was orchestrated from top to bottom by Jewish Neocons that saw the war as one for Israel’s strategic objectives. They ramped up the war through Jews such as Perle and Wolfowitz, the false intelligence through CIA analyst Stuart Cohen and by Israel’s Mossad, and had a compliant Jewish-dominated media to cheer on the war. The truth is the Iraq War has inflicted incredible damage on America and the American people. It is war against America rather than in defense of America.


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  1. While I have strong anti-Iraq-war sympathies, somebody like Cindy, by virtue of her using her dead son as a political prop, makes me pro-Iraq-war only to distance myself from the lefty goofballs who, in my opinion, would support the same war if some granola-munching socialist decided to launch it.

  2. I am not a fan of Cindy or David Duke but.....I dont think that the fact that they agree in thier opposition to the war makes the New York Times and the neoNazi's somehow closer aligned.

  3. The "Bush-lied/Neocon-conspiracy" is exactly the same line used by the NYT. The only difference is that David Duke isn't hiding behind the code words, and neither is Cindy. They are saying what they others think, but are too politically correct to put in quite such scurrilous terms.