Monday, December 5, 2011

"Remote Possibilities", Hiatus

Ones not limited to Al Qaeda, as motivating the "indefinite detention" move.
First of all, the "anti-industrial revolution" part of American history is winding down, and since fanatical insurgents exist within our own borders now, with reinforcements coming across our sieve of a southern border, it's quite likely the "western contraction" is about to begin. One can only hope this too-often dismissed probability has finally shown up on the radar of national security, and is being treated as the threat it is. Due to the sudden and recent dearth of web info on same, safe to figure we are not far off the mark. With hope that BPP, AmeriNazis & other such made it into the equation also. Most of the successful counterterrorism has been spawned by concerned citizens seeing something and saying something. Perhaps this administration - unlike the one that preceeded it - listened to warnings from FBI, NSA, CIA &c and is taking action, without concerns of multicultural/political correctness nature.
Holiday hiatus is here, so posting will be light-moderate.

5 comments:

Master Doh-San said...

"Perhaps this administration - unlike the one that preceeded it - listened to warnings from FBI, NSA, CIA &c and is taking action, without concerns of multicultural/political correctness nature."

And perhaps pigs have learned to fly. :-) Ever the optimist, aren't you?

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Keyword is "perhaps", MDS - indicating a remote possibility.
I'm not really drinking the FOOL-Aid, but it doesn't cost a dime to dream, and a little optimism - especially in light of all the voter disenfranchisement certain within the current regime appear to be attempting to shove down our throats in the name of ending it - can't hurt.
We have run out of carrots, and here comes the stick.

YELLOWDOG GRANNY said...

sorry..off target..'putting up with you is not a sacrifice.'

texlahoma said...

This sounds far out, but one guy is predicting
"No Chinese goods on American shelves by the end of 2012."
There would have to be major changes for that to happen, but that's suppose to be what 2012 is all about, major changes.

Merry Christmas!

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Merry Christmas to you also tex, and everyone out there!