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9/11, in retrospect, probably a minority report

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There is a different post today at www.goodmorningkeywest.com, which you should be able to reach by clicking on this link: maturity, 9/11, and other planetary missed perceptions in Key West and beyond

Meanwhile …

Sloan angel

Last night, September 8/9 was the, hmmm, 13th anniversary of being asked in my sleep by a voice I had come to know well, “Will you make a prayer for a Divine Intervention for all of humanity?” I awoke somewhat startled, wondered what that was about? I said, “I pray for a Divine Intervention for all of humanity.” Then, I closed my eyes and soon fell back to sleep.”

Later on September 9, I told Patricia, a woman I was sweet on, what I’d heard in my sleep. She asked what I thought it meant? I said I had no idea, but I figured something big was coming down.

September 11 was Patrica’s day off from work, she was to pick me up around 7:30, I had no vehicle, and we were going to a state park for a couple of hours with her pooch. When she arrived where I was waiting for her, she asked if I’d heard the news? No. I lived in a tent on a friend’s land and had no way at that time of the morning to learn the news. Patrica told me what had happened in New York City and Washington D.C. I said, wow. She said that’s what I heard in my sleep was about. I said, yes.

We did not react. We were not outraged. We were subdued. Sober. Calm. In what I can only say was a state of grace – the spirit energy was palpable. Our concern was America would counterattack, start another war overseas. We knew that was the worst possible response. We hoped America would find a different response.

A few days later, the angels told me USA should get out of the Middle East altogether, and stop all USA aid to Israel, and let Israel work it out, or shoot it out, with Islam, and in that way let the world see whose side God was on.

G.W. Strangelove

America did not find a different way to respond to the 9/11 attack. The result was catastrophic just in the number of American troops killed, maimed and battle shocked. American troop casualties alone proved beyond any doubt that the invasion of Iraq was nuts. American troop casualties alone proved the invasion of Afghanistan was nuts. The Iraqi and Afghan casualties, troops and civilian, proved again the two wars were nuts. As did what happened in Iraq after America “won” that war. As did what is happening in Iraq now. And in Afghanistan now.

America’s reaction to 9/11 pleased Osama bin Laden immensely. 9/11 was his bait, hoping to lure President Bush & Gang into at least one land war in an Islamic country. Two land wars in two different Islamic countries was beyond Osama’s wildest dreams come true. He won the Iraq war the day America attacked Iraq. He won the Afghanistan war the day America attacked Afghanistan.

(For conspiracy theorists, the angels say 9/11 was bin Laden’s doing. George W. Bush & Gang, the CIA and/or Israel had nothing to do with it.)

George Bush visits wounded warrior 2

Maybe three years ago, a Republican amigo passed along an email forward, which included the photo below and a note praising former US President George W. Bush and his family for supporting the wounded warriors.

George Bush visits wounded warrior

I replied that Bush darn well ought to be visiting those young mutilated soldiers, he was the reason they were mutilated.

My Republican friend got really upset. I said Bush and his gang should have been prosecuted for treason and murder and hanged. My Republican friend liked that even less. I said not to feel picked on, lots of Democrats supported those two wars. And, as far as I was concerned, Barack Obama should be taken out and lined up against a wall and shot for accepting the Nobel Peace prize while still waging George Bush and his gang’s two ruinous, evil wars, which rivaled, or were worse than, America’s ruinous, evil war against Vietnam.

Barack Obama Nobel

That made my Republican friend feel a little better, since Democrat President Lyndon Johnson

Lyndon Johnson

had launched the Vietnam war, so the US could get Vietnam’s rubber trees and other natural resources, after promising Americans on national television that he never would send American boys to die in a war in Asia.

My Republican friend’s relief ended, when I said George W. Bush was a draft-dodger during in the Vietnam war; he went A.W.O.L. from his Alabama National Guard unit and got away with it. Then, when John Kerry

John Kerry

challenged Bush in 2004, Kerry was attacked by Vietnam vets for doing his tour of tour of duty in Vietnam, and then going back to the States and protesting that ruinous, evil war. Whereupon, Kerry set out to out-hawk Bush during the 2004 campaign, instead of saying Bush & Gang’s reaction to 9/11 was just what Osama bin Laden had hoped Bush & Gang would do, and the proof of that was America’s ruinous, evil wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Those two wars killed what, if anything, remained of America’s soul after the Vietnam war. Those two wars destroyed the American treasury, because President Bush & Gang lowered taxes on the rich, and financed the two wars simply by using various ways to print more US currency. Two wars certain of President Bush & Gang’s corporate relatives in America, INC. made a great deal of money on, and still are making a great deal of money on.

Yesterday on www.bigpinekey.com’s Coconut Telegraph moan and praise forum:

Pandora's box 2[Muslims Ruining the World] We wouldn’t have this world problem if Bush had left Saddam Hussein in power. Only a strongman dictator can control these backwards thinking peoples and Saddam did a good job of it until Bush had him killed. Because of Bush’s ignorance of foreigners he was able to open Pandora’s Box and wake the sleeping giant and unleash the hate called Islam.

On FOX TV News yesterday was mention of President Obama’s multistrategy to attack ISIS …

tar baby

I was not encouraged that President Obama had learned any more from the tale of “Br’er Rabbit and the Tar Baby”, than had George W. Bush. In the real tar baby tale, there is no magical getaway for the uppity rabbit into the briarpatch where he was born and raised. The rabbit is still stuck in the tar baby the fox made to catch the uppity rabbit, and the fox is firing up his cook pot to have the stupid rabbit for dinner.

A recent Facebook thread:

Hmm . . . </p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
<p>h/t Go Left

Hmm . . .

I received dailies from Reader Supported News. This one below came in the other day. The reader comments interested me more than the New York Magazine article itself, so I copied and pasted in a “few” of the reader comments below the article, from which I deleted the part of the article not about America at war. The reader comments are not entirely politically correct, bad words sometimes are used, considerably more salty and irreverent than most reader comments under controversial Key West the Newspaper – www.thebluepaper.com – articles. You should be able to see the entire New York Magazine article and all the reader comments by clicking on this link: READ MORE . I added the “cartoon”. And, I tell a few more bedtime war stories below the readers comments section.

Obama drones

Obama’s Foreign Policy Critics Are Wrong
By Frank Rich, New York Magazine
06 September 14

Every week, New York Magazine writer-at-large Frank Rich talks with contributor Eric Benson about the biggest stories in politics and culture. This week: Obama’s restrained response to ISIS and Putin, the White House contemplates an immigration executive order, and the revolving door continues to spin.

The end of the summer has been a remarkably bleak time in international affairs. ISIS has beheaded two American journalists — James Foley and Steven Sotloff — and Russia has grown more brazen in its backing of separatists in Ukraine. President Obama has been criticized for his cautious reaction to the two crises, especially after he said last week that “we don’t have a strategy yet” to deal with ISIS. Has Obama over-learned the lessons of the “shoot first, ask questions later” Bush years?

I have my share of quarrels with President Obama. And, like most other Americans, I find the beheadings of Foley and Sotloff so savage on so many different levels that I fully concede there is an ugly part of me that would like to bomb any country that harbors ISIS terrorists back into the Stone Age, as the American general Curtis LeMay, the prototype for General Jack D. Ripper in Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove, once proposed for North Vietnam. But Obama’s deliberateness in the face of ISIS’s provocations as well as Putin’s — his refusal to follow the trigger-happy foreign policy of the Bush-Cheney era — is to be applauded.

You will notice that the crowd of pundits and (mostly Republican) politicians insisting that Obama “do something” about these horrors never actually say what that “something” is. They offer no strategy of their own beyond an inchoate bellicosity expressed in constructions along the lines of “we must more forcefully do whatever it is that Obama is doing.” That’s because Obama is already doing the things that can be done (and that some of his critics redundantly suggest): bombing ISIS positions wherever it is feasible; searching for allies to join action that might defeat them on the ground; trying to rally Europe to tighten the economic noose on Putin and Russia. There will surely be more actions to come when America’s ducks are in a row, and if the president were to delineate them, you can be certain he’d be condemned for tipping off our enemies in advance.

Contrast his deliberateness with his critics, most of whom have in common that they were completely wrong in endorsing the disastrous Iraq War that precipitated the current crisis. Hillary Clinton, for instance, has gone on record of late saying that she, unlike Obama, would have armed moderate forces in Syria to bring down Assad. But as Thomas Friedman, these days a much-chastened Iraq War enabler, has pointed out, there’s a reason why even Israel didn’t take up that tactic: Those “moderate” forces, to the extent they could be identified, were doomed to fail, and chances are that whatever arms we got to them would have fallen into ISIS’s hands. (As indeed has been the case with armaments we bestowed upon Maliki’s Iraq government.) As John McCain chastised Obama for not doing enough to fight ISIS last month, he had the gall to brag on CNN that he had “predicted what was going to happen in Iraq.” He had indeed predicted that Iraq might be destabilized by the withdrawal of American troops, but even a stopped clock is right twice a day, and, besides, McCain is always in favor of more American troops as a one-size-fits-all panacea for international conflicts. His earlier predictions were that we would win the Iraq War “easily,” and that the Sunnis and Shia would “probably get along” in post-Saddam Iraq because there was “not a history of clashes” between them. Why in God’s name should Obama listen to him or Clinton now? Why, for that matter, do Sunday talk shows repeatedly book McCain and repeatedly fail to challenge his long record of wrong calls on the Middle East?

As a corrective, I highly recommend an essay by Michael Cohen of the Century Foundation, published last weekend in the Daily News, that lays out in detail why Obama has a strategy for ISIS, Russia, and other foreign-policy crucibles, and why most of his critics do not. It’s a much-needed blast of reality. As an aside, Cohen also raises another intriguing question: Why are politicians and pundits giving the relatively slender threat of an ISIS attack on America more weight than the “gun violence that takes the lives of an estimated 30,000 Americans every year”?

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-62 # Archie1954 2014-09-06 21:53
Fine but who really cares what you think? you are just another American enabler of phoney exceptionalism. It was the US that damned well created ISIS in the first place. Now it seems that its creation has turned on it a la Doctor Frankenstein’s monster. Perhaps people with a lot more intelligence (the brainy kind) should be brought to Washington before the current crop of idiots totally destroys the US! Quit the foolish Obama is right crap. Both Obama and his predecessor are degenerate imbeciles!

-38 # Floe 2014-09-07 07:35
I wholeheartedly agree with you. When I looked to see who the writer was, I immediately thought “typical”. Can any of these pundits say anything unpredictable? Can they ever see things for another angle besides the two-party stooge show?

-61 # RMDC 2014-09-06 22:16
Curtis LeMay was a savage on a scale rarely reached in human history. ISIS is a bunch of boy scouts compared to him. He even admitted that he’d be a war criminal if he were fighting on the losing side. Even to invoke this fucker’s name shows how bankrupt Frank Rich is on these subjects.

Guys like Rich accept all the bullshit that comes out of the Whore House and CIA propaganda machines. And then he acts as if he is so frustrated that he just wants to bomb the world back into the stone age. If he only had a bullshit filter so he could see what is really up with ISIS he would not be so confused.

It is no wonder I cannot finish a column by Frank Rich. He just makes no sense. He is like a high school boy who reacts to whatever shocks him and never looks any deeper.

Frank Rich is a waste of time. And space.

+66 # cherylpetro 2014-09-06 22:18
President Obama handles it like a chess game. He is not going to attack early. His moves are thoughtful and intelligent. People who jump on him early, are usually the ones who have to go back later and say OOOPS! He is not a knee jerk reactor like Bush. His moves will be well planned, direct, swift and effective.

-29 # Floe 2014-09-07 07:46
Yeah, towards his own people too. He’s a warmonger like the rest of the Republicans.

+59 # tauzinger 2014-09-06 22:25
The question is not how quickly we act, but why it has to be *us* to do anything. 482 million people in the region might be affected by ISIS, but most are doing nothing about it.

-24 # Terry5135 2014-09-06 22:27
Which Putin provocations exactly might those be?

I saw no reason to read this cretin any further.

-42 # CuttySark 2014-09-06 23:25
Frank, you should have stuck with that Broadway critic’s job you used to have. But no one ever thought it would come to this.

+83 # asbpab1966 2014-09-06 23:31
If Dumb-ya Bush-league and the Bush-Cheney-Rum sfeld-Rove-Ashc roft junta had not lied the US into that Iraq debacle that cost trillions of dollars, thousands of American lives, and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi lives; there would be no such thing as ISIS. Just about everything the US has done in the Mideast has blown up in our face. We should stay the Hell out of this mess.

+24 # ritawalpoleague 2014-09-07 07:56
Soooooo true, asbpah1966. And, I love your ‘Dumb-ya Bush’ says it all logo.

Foley and Sotloff, may they rest in peace, might easily have reported, with words and/or photos, what a nightmare from hell these U.S. endless wars for $$$ into the bottomless coffers of the MIC, and oil, oil, oil control for the villainaire fossil ‘foolers’ actually are.

I’ll go to my grave unable to forget what I heard re. the ‘why’ poor, precious Kimberly Rivera could not return from her leave to duty in Afghanistan – no way could she, the mother of two, do what she was ordered to do by the U.S. military: shoot and kill any and all who came nearby, including civilians and children.

If only we the sheeple would all pull together, and demand that we get and stay out of oh so profitable for the 1%ers, endless war in the mid-East mode. Try hard we must, and loudly and firmly tell this Pres. and Congress that yet more war could well be the straw that breaks the sheeple’s back, and gets us/U.S. into full blown implosion/revol t.

+4 # Johnny Genlock 2014-09-07 12:14
I’ll have to look up Kimberly Rivera. As far as Foley and Sotloff, . . the British government has spoken saying the Foley beheading is fake. As a video guy, so many of these beheadings have been fake going back to Nick Berg. My friend, Barry Chamish, says Sotloff was Mossad. What prevents all this from simply being “theater” for more war??? Sept 2 saw the first 300+ Billion payment on several Quadrillion in “derivatives”; i.e., mortgage-backed securities. Somehow we squeaked by with THIS first payment. But the 1% need a good “wag the dog” war to divert attention from the extent of the looting as we slip into the 25-year depression a CIA economist said has arrived. The Petro Dollar dies next week as investigative reporters head down to the Bush properties in Paraguay where Mr. Nose Job Ken Lay is hiding out in plain view. This transcends a Dem-Repub issue. It is an issue of corruption, of the stench of rot. The stench grows as good men do nothing.

+5 # ritawalpoleague 2014-09-07 13:08
FYI, I was with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now a week or two before I visited Kimberly Rivera here in the Colorado Springs El Paso County jail. Amy had brought out truth, per usual, as to how worried folks around the world, including Amnesty International were, re. the hell Kimberly was in. Thank God I visited Kimberly here in jail, and based on the severity of her suffering, when 8-10 weeks pregnant with child number five and fearing a miscarriage while under light 24/7 and getting awful food to eat, i.e. literally rotten potatoes. The press conference, with good press shining the light and asking questions at the jail, caused immediate better care, end of 24/light, etc..

Pull up: Kimberly Rivera press conference on KRDO.

0 # bmiluski 2014-09-08 11:46
Unfortunately asbpab1966…as Colin Powell once said…..”If you break it, it’s yours.” We broke Iraq and now we have to fix it or we’ll have another 911 on our hands.

+20 # Anonymot 2014-09-07 03:15
If we had no troops in the Middle East, Foley & Sotloff would not have been in the Middle East and ISIS would not have existed. Cheney & Co put us there and Obama expanded our presence. If they were Japanese leaders they would have commited hari kari long ago. Instead they sacrificed their fellow citizens and hundreds of thousands of Middle Easterners’ lives.

You’re a bright man, Mr. Rich, and the bellicosity of commentors like Archie, if understandable, are unjustified. However, defending the present administration because that’s all there is except worse on the Republican side is not what we need from the people with brains and a forum like this.

We need you to put the status quo in serious question, including the politicians quo. We need a real revision of the system and a renewal of the people in charge. Think about that rather than propping up the failure that is.

We’d all be more grateful.

+13 # FIRSTNORN1 2014-09-07 04:34
Quoting Anonymot:
If we had no troops in the Middle East, Foley & Sotloff would not have been in the Middle East and ISIS would not have existed. Cheney & Co put us there and Obama expanded our presence. If they were Japanese leaders they would have commited hari kari long ago. Instead they sacrificed their fellow citizens and hundreds of thousands of Middle Easterners’ lives.

You’re a bright man, Mr. Rich, and the bellicosity of commentors like Archie, if understandable, are unjustified. However, defending the present administration because that’s all there is except worse on the Republican side is not what we need from the people with brains and a forum like this.

We need you to put the status quo in serious question, including the politicians quo. We need a real revision of the system and a renewal of the people in charge. Think about that rather than propping up the failure that is.

I agree with some of what you say, Anonymot, but I think Rich’s article is both accurate and brilliant. I don’t think he is “propping up the failure” of Obama’s Administration. After all, it is not just the “politicians quo”, but also the ‘at least three justices of SCOTUS quo’. Rich points out in his final paragraph why so many people in this country know that we will probably never be able to make things ‘right’ with the ‘tool’ of the ballot box. Something is going to have to happen for people like Archie1954 to see his own arrogance.

0 # BKnowswhitt 2014-09-07 17:53
Two subjects here. How fucked up the american political system and resulting lack of representation of issues on main street – which is in direct proportion to the freezing of House of Representative seats per population which dillutes any real chance of democracy – they did that a long time ago. And Subject two Issis or Isle .. whichever you prefer. Under the Imperial Rule of Hussein they were suppressed. However the core question is this? Do you think even with the US intervention and all the bad shit going down in the Middle east Syria and now in Iraq that Issis has a legitimate gripe which allows them to carry on their form of genocide? And tell me if you think that it’s only because of USA intervention? In my view it is still a heads up for all of us that EVIL is a comcomitant component in The World today .. and certainly worth fighting up against and standing up for. Let’s at least not lose sight of that!

-21 # Anonymot 2014-09-07 04:52
P.S. My twin brother is black. Those knee jerk lightweights who voted Obama in BECAUSE he is black rather than because he would make a brilliant world leader did themselves no favors. We’ll not have another black president until this entire generation has died out and forgotten Obama. The next easy-sale suckers in line are women.

What made me think of this P.S.? Your photo including Susan Rice. All of the major positions filled by Clinton, Bush, and Obama with women have been disasters, neocons or worse, and indicate it’s what is between the ears that counts not what’s between the thighs.

The Rice girls, Albright, Hillary, Napolitano, Powers, just to name a few, are all neocons and beyond. The men Obama has appointed are mostly of the same catastrophic far right or money minded ilk. So anyone considering how to get out of this impasse needs to get the caricatural options out of their heads.

We’ve ruined the country with our failure to educate minorities for once male WASP-only positions – and filled them by sex, color, and minority qualifications, a thing few are willing to admit in public.

It’s time to think more clearly or we will all be going to the mosque on Fridays.

-5 # Anonymot 2014-09-07 09:51
I’d love for some of the negative voters to say why they voted negative. Is it because I criticised the WOMEN chosen, just as I criticise the MEN chosen? I think Warren is wonderful. Can I not find the women cited neocon and incompetent even if they are neocon and incompetent because they are female? If so, where’s equality?

Is it because I stated the obvious, Obama is partly Afro, but so was Colin Powell and I’d put him up for President in the morning.

Or do you think our minorities are as well educated as our white public. If so, you’re on a different planet, but I’d really like a thoughtful, non-knee jerk reply.

+9 # riverhouse 2014-09-07 14:07
I didn’t vote on either of your posts above but I will offer that this isn’t about race or gender. African Americans traditionally vote Democratic and if they were particularly energized to vote for Barack Obama who can criticize that. Colin Powell, you might remember, was part and parcel of the Bush Cheney Rice lie us into war crowd. Race and gender aren’t the issue. I preferred Barack Obama because of what he said during his campaign, not because of his gender or race. And I will determine my choice in the next presidential election not by gender or race but by my determination of who will best serve as leader.

-1 # Anonymot 2014-09-07 15:15
Thanks.

If you’ll remember, Powell was dragged kicking a screaming to lie to the UN and soon after retired, because he was opposed to the war.

+7 # X Dane 2014-09-07 15:58
Anonymot.
I certainly DO remember that, but by then the damage was done. He should have acted BEFORE. Then he would have made an impact
He let himself be used to sell Bush’s lies.

Some people may have “bought” them, because they believed in HIM…..Which was of course why Bush wanted HIM to sell the lies.

+9 # X Dane 2014-09-07 15:40
Anonymot.

I used to think highly of Colin Powell. But I lost respect for him, when he did not act like a responsible person. He should have said: Mr. President I have to resign my post, because I believe we are wrong in attacking Saddam and Iraq. It will end badly, and we will OWN it.

Had he done that, he MAY have changed the scenario. The country would have reacted, I believe, for we were many that admired him. Instead he drank the Cool Aid and fed the world all the lies he was told to tell. That was unforgivable.

Colin Powell at UN

US Secretary of State Colin Powell

As CIA Director, George W. Bush’s father

George Bush, Sr.

was chummy with Saddam Hussein,

Saddam Hussein

and helped Saddam rise to power in Iraq, to make Iraq a buffer against the Soviet Union, after Islamic radicals and their radical Ayatollah Khomeini took over Iran and drove America’s puppet dictator Shah of Iran into exile.

Later, the Ambassador of George W. Bush’s US president father, the former CIA Director, gave Saddam Hussein the impression that the US would not react to Saddam’s army invading Kuwait. When the opposite happened after Saddam’s army took Kuwait, Saddam felt like he had been double-crossed. He had good reason to feel that way. He and that President Bush and been buddies.

Ross Perot on Larry King

Larry King, left, Ross Perot, right

As if it mattered which Arab despot held Kuwait. That Arab, as Ross Perot told Larry King, would still sell Kuwait’s oil to America. Ross Perot said Kuwait was not worth one American soldier being killed or wounded. Ross Perot, the arch-conservative self-made computer icon billionaire. Ross Perot who had accompanied hired mercenaries to rescue his company’s employees, who had been taken hostage in Iran, about which the US was unable to do anything.

George W. Bush’s president father later said on national US TV that he could not let the American way of life be threatened; he had to get Saddam out of Kuwait. It was all about Kuwait’s oil. That President Bush could have cared less about the Kuwait people, or their deposed government and shiekh.

So ,a UN coaliton was formed, USA leading the charge, England next, then France, and Saudi Arabia, Osama bin Laden’s home country – oops! – and other nations. US military forces, commanded by US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 4-star General Colin Powell, and the Coalition went into Kuwait and drove Saddam’s army back into Iraq, and stopped there, because that was all the UN mandate allowed.

That President Bush knew, if he let Colin Powell chase Saddam’s army all the way back to Baghdad and take Iraq, the Saudis and all of Islam would raise bloody hell; and somebody might try to obliterate Israel from the face of the map. Already Israel was under Scud rocket attacks from Iraq. But what if Iran, Syria, Egypt, or the Soviets had weighed in against, hmmm, Israel, just to get everyone’s undivided attention?

That’s what was stuck in the second President Bush’s craw when he got his 9/11 golden opportunity to go into Iraq for any reason his gang of henchmen could dream up, even though they knew Saddam had nothing to do with 9/11. They wanted to be rid of him, and they wanted Iraq’s oil. What they wanted in Afghanistan was a natural gas pipeline running from the natural gas fields lying to the east of Afghanistan, through Afghanistan (the blond country without a name in the map below) and Pakistan into the Arabian Sea.

Arabian Sea

It was all about money. Catching Osama bin Laden was their cover in Afghanistan, proven by they gave up trying to catch him. That was left to President Obama to do, long, long after bin Laden had won both wars.

Support the troops. Get them the hell out of the Middle East, since they, and their Commander-in-Chief, don’t have the good sense and the balls to get themselves out of there.

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