Tuesday, 22 May 2007




Free speech and Democracy, toady's post here below recording a statement from the

Sydney Morning Herald by former USA President Carter.

  • We ask for your consideration about where the Australian USA alliance fits into the story?

  • I am very mindful for the members of the military forces and their families who are being used, abused and exposed to these seriously dangerous efforts to contribute to world peace. We acknowledge and give thanks to all who are affected and especially express our commiserations to the traumatised, wounded women, men and families of all sides whilst also questioning the insanity of peace supposed to be achieved by killing, sanctions, domination and intimidation.

We all loose in war, making death, taking life has no winner.

"An eye for an eye ultimately leads to two blind people"

Sydney Morning Herald


It is a relatively genteel club, with a membership that has dwindled to four: those who know first hand the pressures and challenges of being the leader of the free world.
That shared knowledge of US presidents has traditionally transcended politics to bring together such diverse figures as George Bush and his predecessor, Bill Clinton, Mr Clinton and George Bush snr, and Jimmy Carter and the late Gerald Ford.
But in a break with this norm Mr Carter delivered a blistering critique of George Bush jnr in two interviews published on Saturday. And on Sunday the White House responded in kind, calling his comments sad and Mr Carter irrelevant.
In an interview with the BBC, Mr Carter talked about Tony Blair, the outgoing British Prime Minister, and his relationship with Mr Bush, calling it "loyal, blind, apparently subservient".
"I think that the almost undeviating support by Great Britain for the ill-advised policies of President Bush in Iraq have been a major tragedy for the world," Mr Carter said.
In a telephone interview with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Mr Carter said: "I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this Administration has been the worst in history."
The White House initially declined to comment, but as the interviews received wide coverage, the deputy spokesman, Tony Fratto, responded: "I think it's sad that President Carter's reckless and personal criticism is out there. I think it's unfortunate, and I think he is proving to be increasingly irrelevant with these kinds of comments."
The New York Times.

Other related supporting coverage
Blair 'blind' in support for Bush, says Carter

I gain renewed Hope and Faith in fellow mankind hearing other respected international dignitaries such as former president Carter, Professor Jared Diamond, Professor Richard Dawkins, David Susuki (See and hear them for your self check the YouTube items along side)and many other brilliant environmentalists including Australian of the Year Tim Flannery finally being seen and heard beneath the wicked politically sanctioned murderous human and environmental neglect of the modern gangsters of society, who live by guns, swords, bombs and drugs of addiction and prescription chemicals spun and supported from forked tongues.

Every time I see that supposedly intimidating photo of the bullet proof limo a real BLACK MARIA ferrying US VICE President Dick Cheney over the empty Sydney Harbour Bridge under helicopter surveillance I see him and his entourage in rehearsal for the gangster thieves planning their get away with our NATIONAL dignity, sweat, tears, future resources and our savings too. This mob are the biggest party of MAFIA, running their VICE over all governments of the world.

Right Louis?

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Sorry Folks this is not a joke, or a Once Upon a Time TV show, melodrama or movie it is a REAL LIVE DRAMA and we have been and still are the deluded audience, participants and hypnotised players, responding as one at a click of the magicians finger through media indoctrination, sweetened of course with the odd Jaffas, choc tops, pop corn and tax hand outs.

In "old Smokey" just before pm got his green pants vest, and helmut.

There will be no intermission this is the game of life and we need to learn how to fly it.
Till now we have all been fleeced, tricked as innocent Lambs and Children to the Slaughter.
Remember Goldilocks and Grandma Fox with teeth to eat you with, or Hansel and Gretel and Rip van Winkle.
Yes, seems we went to sleep for 40 years our pockets are empty, please check your purse.

Tickets to the new world are on sale now free.

Follow the Pied Piper.

"Change the way you look at things and the

Things you look at will change".

That's All Folks


Back soon on another tack

You too I hope.

Love and Blessings as always


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