I could not sleep much last night: images of THAT DAY eight years ago were all I dreamt about.
Every time I awoke it was to images of a Divided Congress at President Obama's Health Care Speech the other night.
BUT this morning it was The Beatles and my memories of July 2005 that filled my head and brought comfort to my weary spirit and once again; I am led to repeat myself with HOPE for US to TIKKUN this world:
The United States Department of Justice has once again made a mockery of its lofty and pretentious title.
After releasing an original and continuing disciple of death cult leader Charles Manson who attempted to shoot President Gerald Ford, an admitted Croatian terrorist, and another attempted assassin of President Ford under the mandatory 30-year parole law, the U.S. Parole Commission deemed that my release would “promote disrespect for the law.”
If only the federal government would have respected its own laws, not to mention the treaties that are, under the U.S. Constitution, the supreme law of the land, I would never have been convicted nor forced to spend more than half my life in captivity. Not to mention the fact that every law in this country was created without the consent of Native peoples and is applied unequally at our expense. If nothing else, my experience should raise serious questions about the FBI’s supposed jurisdiction in Indian Country.
The parole commission’s phrase was lifted from soon-to-be former U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley, who apparently hopes to ride with the FBI cavalry into the office of North Dakota governor. In this Wrigley is following in the footsteps of William Janklow, who built his political career on his reputation as an Indian fighter, moving on up from tribal attorney (and alleged rapist of a Native minor) to state attorney general, South Dakota governor, and U.S. Congressman. Some might recall that Janklow claimed responsibility for dissuading President Clinton from pardoning me before he was convicted of manslaughter. Janklow’s historical predecessor, George Armstrong Custer, similarly hoped that a glorious massacre of the Sioux would propel him to the White House, and we all know what happened to him.
Jesse Richard, Editor, TvNewsLIES.org
The establishment media hold up an apple for your inspection, and they tell you it is an orange. If I try to show you that you are looking at an apple it does not make me a "conspiracy theorist," it makes me your friend. Remember that! - Jesse Richard - Editor, TvNewsLIES.org
On the day of 9/11/2001 I was so caught up in the official explanation of the events, which were already being drilled into our heads by the establishment media, that I sent out an inflammatory e-mail in which I slammed Islam for being a radical religion (as if there is such a thing as a non-radical religion). It took me about two years before I started admitting to myself that the official evidence really did not support the official explanation of the events. As a matter of fact, the official explanation was kind of laughable when compared to the evidence. Only it really was not funny.
These days you can’t swing a cat or open your mailbox without being hit by a flood of emails about the memorials, tributes, condolences, and donation sites for the victims of these tragedies that the conspiracy theorists say were created -- not right after the event, but right before the event.
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