I not only got my corpse, but I got shaky phonecam coverage (c'mon you guys, you can't kick a guy to death AND film it, including the offstage gunshots triple tap) unless you stock kicking or lay out another hundred for steadicam capability.
Our humanity at its finest, we should have dragged this mofo before the world and then used a gas chamber.
It's the proper way, and would have been much more fun to film, all that gagging and struggling and foaming at the mouth.
Check out Gene Hackman's fine performance in the movie "The Chamber" for free now on HURLU dot clam to get the drift. Oh, the humanity.
What a shame...they're running out of boogie men that just happen to want to promote gold as money in the Arab world....imagine that. And it only took the CIA 5 tries, but of course the last time out Uncle Sam coaxed NATO into joining the fray.
Who will be the next OPEC based shepherd for gold as money?
"Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations — entangling alliances with none." ~ Thomas Jefferson
“What a shame...they're running out of boogie men that just happen to want to promote gold as money in the Arab world....imagine that. And it only took the CIA 5 tries, but of course the last time out Uncle Sam coaxed NATO into joining the fray.
Who will be the next OPEC based shepherd for gold as money? ...”
You are not thinking straight on this issue.
From everything we’re told about Gaddafi he had no egalitarian motives when it comes to the gold standard. He was busily lining his pockets with the money stolen from the people of Libya.
Payback for the murder of all aboard Pan Am Flight 109 also seems a just response. Perhaps those who disagree should consider how they might feel if one of their family members was aboard that flight.
That being said, this country has its own problems, particularly on the subject of stolen wealth, as epitomized by the “Occupy Wallstreet” protests, which have now gone worldwide. Grand theft, whether it takes place in Libya, or in the United States, still has the result of lowering living standards and placing wealth in the hands of what should be regarded as criminals. Unfortunately grand theft criminals in this country are now regarded as “too big to fail”. That particular protest seems to lack focus, and the suspicion is that its agenda has been co-opted so the real issues of illegal issuance of counterfeit fiat monopoly money by the government do not rise to the level of public exposure.
There seems to be that contingent of people, however, that are willing to forgive the illegal activities of the Fed (manipulation of PM markets), politicians, mainstream journalists (?), mainstream economists, regulators (?) and corporatists who have taken away our liberties so they have sole access to the levers of power. And it all started so long ago when the power brokers met in 1910 and created what G. Edward Griffin described in his book as, “The Creature from Jekyll Island”, where bankers and economists met to scheme the robbery of the US population by co-opting the issuance of the nations currency. This was a totally un-Constitutional takeover clearly defined as such in Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution:
Punishment for counterfeiting by the government was further defined in the Coinage Act of 1792.
So where is the US Supreme Court on this issue? We don’t hear a peep out of the so called conservatives on the court, such as Clarence Thomas. Apparently they are all “captured” as well by the “moneyed” interests.