Sunday, October 09, 2005

You know you're in a fascist state when

When Pravda points out that the Bushevik era seems reminiscent of the days of blacklisting and then references the corruption & incompetence of your government you know you're in trouble
Such high frequency of scandals testifies to another outburst of anti-espionage activities in the USA. The first stage of the espionage-mania occurred in the 1950s, and became known in history as the period of "McCarthyism" when US special agents were jailing a lot of people for their reluctance to see Russian spies practically everywhere. The mastermind of the "anti-spying campaign," Congressman Joseph McCarthy, eventually turned out to be a corrupt, alcohol-addicted official.


The CIA's and FBI's "success" in the struggle against spies can probably be interpreted as an attempt of the services to put a good face on things against the harsh criticism of unprofessional work in connection with the investigation of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. More and more reports about the background of the horrendous attacks surface in the USA, casting doubts on the official version of the tragedy.
(via Blondsense)

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