Monday, June 15, 2009

Could The Election System In Iran Be Worse Than Ours; James von Brunn, Patriot?

Happy Monday!

So...let's begin with the Fed Caper by James von Brunn. Special thanks goes to Cryptome for the preservation of the page. reading this document, we are privy to some of the formative experiences in Jim's life. We go from those experiences to the idea of saving Americans from the usury of the Federal Reserve, and his abortive attempt to perform a citizen's arrest upon the board of the Federal Reserve.

The so-called "attack" upon the Holocaust Museum seems to me, as I stated in an earlier posting, a complete "psy-op" from beginning to end. What we do not know, however, is how Jim was motivated to appear at the museum with outdated firearms in hand; nor, how the demise of the security guard was actually effected. It was reported that he succumbed to "friendly fire"; I am waiting to hear more.

As far as the elections in Iran go...I don't know if, after our elections in 2000 and 2004, we should be the ones to fault anyone else's electoral system. In 2000, Jeb Bush, Katherine Harris and ChoicePoint DBT, along with the Supreme Court, decided who would be President of the United States. It was later determined that Albert "Global Warming's Gonna Make Me Rich!" Gore actually won the election.

Well, screw 'im. Obviously, his heart is more into snookering us with his "Global Warming" fooferah than putting up a decent fight. It's just too bad that he couldn't have decided this back before the election, so that we could've had a candidate worth voting and fighting for...I know pieces of plywood with more personality than this tool.

In 2004, we had "Uncle Ken" Blackwell to thank for his scumbaggery in rigging the election in Ohio.

Here's the thing - the exit polling seems to have followed the voting projections; so where's the vote fraud? we go.

Thanks, Mike.

Update (6/17/2009): Please peruse this posting at Pak Alert Press - they have an excellent analysis of the scumbaggery ensuing in Iran.

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