Tuesday, November 9, 2010

November 09 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Future Social Scientists Will Judge Us By These - Cable-TV Presents 'Morality Stories'

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Cabale News ServiceNovember 09 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Future Social Scientists Will Judge Us By These - Cable-TV Presents 'The Morality Stories Of Our Times'

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[In relation to the commentary see: "Getting Out of a Felony Because Your Employer Won’t Employ Felons" By Teddy Partridge @ Firedoglake]

"This could ruin a man's taste for sunrises" ~~'Pirate' Prentice, in Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow on seeing a premature V-2 'brenschluss' over the North Sea - SOMEONE launched a missile off the coast of Los Angeles yesterday during the evening's 'drive-time' but no one knows who, or admits to, launching it. (see below for an addendum)

Razer Notes:
I've seen one of these from Santa Cruz California a number of year ago. The Pynchon quote above readily came to mind.

It turned out to be a launch from Vandenberg AFB towards Kwajalein

The one thing that impressed me above all else was the STAGE SEPARATION, and the concurrent supersonic dash for the horizon. Even though this military-visual intrusion was, like yesterday's, a sunset launch, that's about the time 'Pirate' Prentice' early-morning musing had meaning to me personally, and I thought... Is it time to "Duck and Cover"? "(Selected for the 2004 National Film Registry of "culturally, historically and aesthetically significant" motion pictures.)"

Odd that staging is not evident here (the missile I saw was gone in a wink of an eye after the stage separation 'flash', and only gave me a brief glimpse, 2 to 5 seconds of the contrail, unlike this video from an airborne platform).

Maybe some homemade single stage thing tossed together by a disgruntled but enthusiastic EX-JPL/NASA worker... Estes rocket on steroids (kidding really! This thing only makes 150ft. altitude... some make 600.) or somesuch.

The Pentagon IS 'investigating', but so far... My guess (especially the quip about the EX-Aerospace worker... Imagine a 'Flash' rocket 'working group'... but Razer SURELY runs astray of the 'reality principle' at this point... or perhaps not?) is as good as anyone else's.

That's my story, and I'm sticking to it...

Canada is pulling all 3,000 or so combat troops out of Afghanistan in 2011. They will leave 900+ social engineering specialists behind.

The flap over Keith Olbermann's campaign contributions may be over as he returns to MSNBC tonight.

Leave your Khat at home - You may no longer carry printer toner cartridges or printer material over 16oz onto US airliners, or ANYTHING from Somalia or Yemen without inspection.

Dateline Moldova - Moldova which has been independent since the breakup of the USSR, is going to have it's citizens vote in the upcoming elections on whether to join Romania, their historic homeland connection, or stay independent with closer ties to Russia.

Tell that to all the people in prison for supplying it Jackass... Yesterday Arnold Schwarzenegger, governor of California said "Nobody cares if you smoke a joint!"

In OTHER News:

Speaking of drugs, but ones that monetarily benefit the CIA's friends....

THERE SEEMS TO BE a thaw in Venezuela-Colombia relations that the CIA's drug-running friends WILL NOT like.

In August this year, Walid Makled García was arrested in Colombia. García, a Venezuelan who was named a “significant foreign narcotics traffickers” last year by President Obama, is going to be extradited from Colombia to Venezuela.

Tough luck for the American Enterprise Institute (One of the NeoCon think tanks that got us involved in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars), which thought he was going to be more safely (for the CIA's friends) extradited to the US to tell tall stories about how Hugo Chavez IS The "Cocaine Capo" to be used in the U.S. propaganda war against Venezuela.

(Caveat to the "Cocaine Capo" link above: The article was written by Vision Americas LLC propagandist Roger F. Noriega who WAS ambassador under George W. Bush to the Organization of American States from 2001 to 2003 and assistant secretary of State from 2003 to 2005.)

From the Latin American New Round-Up @ CEPR
Accused drug kingpin will go to Venezuela: Chavez
November 8, 2010

HAVANA - Colombia will extradite a businessman accused of being a major drug kingpin back to his native Venezuela to face justice, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday on Cuban television.

Chavez said Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos promised in a recent meeting that Walid Makled, known as "The Turk," would go to Venezuela, not the United States, where he is also wanted.

Chavez fears that the United States, with whom he has frosty political relations, would use Makled to try to discredit him.

Makled was captured in August in Colombia in a joint operation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, and the head of Colombian police said at the time he would be extradited to the United States.

He is accused of shipping tons of cocaine each month to the United States and Europe, in an alliance with Colombian leftist rebels.

Chavez said Santos told him in a meeting on Tuesday in Venezuela that "he was going to fulfill that commitment to send this bandit to Venezuelan justice and I'm sure he will fulfill it."

"I expect that soon we will have this bandit in front of Venezuelan courts," said Chavez, who was in Havana to sign cooperation agreements with Cuba, a close ally of socialist Venezuela.

After their meeting, Santos and Chavez said they agreed to improve relations between their neighboring countries. They had clashed last year over a Colombian plan to allow U.S. troops more access to its bases.

They did not disclose any accords on Makled, who has said in a television interview that he poured $2 million into a 2007 Chavez political campaign and in return got a concession at Venezuela's Puerto Cabello, his alleged shipping point for drugs.

Chavez said the United States would get Makled to "vomit" accusations against him and use them to justify putting Venezuela on Washington's list of countries that support drug trafficking.

"I am sure that the Colombian government is not going to take part in that game," he said.
[Source, Reuters, Ca]


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