Friday, January 13, 2012

Antique Image of Cold War Era "Mystery Monters" of the Sk

This picture was taken from a page in a magazine a friend of mine had. I plan on scanning the magazines in full, before they are lost in history.

This is my first part at preserving the past, a past where the country wasn't completely insane.

This picture shows the hysteria that was around the Russians, and their "mystery" flying "monsters". Of course the cold war is over, and the U.S. hasn't developed any better technology that they are keeping from the public. Additionally the vehicles are only mysteries to the average citizen, the government knows full well what they are, but cleverly placed articles like this one would be enough to scare a cold-war era family.

Similar to how "terrorism" seems to be everywhere. Strangely enough I haven't seen any terrorists that don't have security clearances and are on the payroll of the U.S. Government. Of course I didn't get a chance to see the terrorist with the security clearance, who hung out at the Pentagon, and was the scape goat for the Ft. Hood shooter, amongst other things. The reason why I, and the rest of the citizens will never get to see Mr. Anwar Al-Awlaki  is because the United States Government, and the President of the United States carried out the murder of a U.S. Citizen. 

Cold War Era Magazine Spread on "Mystery Monsters"
On a closing note; there may be mysterious monsters, but at least we know most of them reside in Washington D.C.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Chris Wallace's Pathetic Jabs Towards Ron Paul

The behavior of Chris Wallace is just disgusting. This morning on Fox News Sunday he attempted to discredit Ron Paul time, after time, after time.

Chris Wallace constantly interrupted Dr. Paul, and the spin was heavily applied. Statements were made about "frankly racist" comments that were in his newsletter, however instead of giving Dr. Paul a question Wallace decided to simply make that statement appear as fact, before changing the subject to a book.

Wallace then decided to use even more despicable, clearly un-ethical journalistic practices, when he attempted to trick Dr. Paul in saying that HIV/AIDS is a homophobic disease, and he asked Dr. Paul if he thinks HIV/AIDS patients should be treated differently than people who contract "heterosexual" diseases.

The establishment is clearly out in force to try anything possible to discredit Ron Paul, however luckily Dr. Paul is much quicker than establishment hacks like Wallace, and didn't fall for the pathetic discrediting statements. Of course if Wallace had a Freudian slip, and it wasn't intentional, that simply makes him a hypocrite for attempting to invoke the gay rights movement against Dr. Paul.


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