Scarier than 9/11/01 was 5/24/11

It was the final nail in a coffin, the construction of which began long ago

 

Israels’ prime minister Benjamin Netanyahus’ ‘standing ovations speech’ before joint meeting of United States congress– May-24-2011

 

The Death of American Democracy

By Anthony Lawson                                                                                                                                

The collapses of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre, on September 11, 2001, were the most frightening images that I have ever seen, up until May 24th, 2011, when Binyamin Netanyahu addressed a joint session of the United States Congress and received 29 standing ovations, along with many other outbursts of sycophantic applause.
It was the final nail in a coffin, the construction of which began long ago, and in it all remaining vestiges of democracy were joyfully laid to rest—by those sworn to protect it—as it became clear that the United States was now controlled by Enemies Inside its Gates.

NOTE:THIS IS A CROSS POST FROM VETERANS TODAY

Anthony Lawson is a political commentator based in US.

 

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  • Faisal Imam  On July 7, 2011 at 10:01 am

    what r the muslims doing about it?killing and blowing up their own kith and kin.we deserve it

  • Freda Shah  On July 10, 2011 at 3:13 am

    I understand Syed Imam Sahib’s sentiments.
    There are too many exploitative and destructive forces stashed up against Pakistan, even from within. But those who genuinely care for this country must make themselves heard loud and clear and redouble their efforts to find honest answers and solutions.

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