Comment: The Routine (by any name) smells the same.

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The Routine (by any name) smells the same.

The Familiar Story (not "communists"):

The Philippines
http://www.worldfuturefund.org/wffmaster/Reading/war.crimes/...

East Timor
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/timor-conspiracy/

Cambodia
http://www.whale.to/b/colhoun.html

Diego Garcia
http://www.antiwar.com/orig/pilger.php?articleid=3702

The cover story used by the so called "communists" are to do whatever is necessary to fight the "capitalists", while at the same time, the cover story used by the so called "capitalists" are to do whatever is necessary to fight the "communists".

Pictures are worth a thousand words, movies are worth more, I suppose, but there isn't anything quite as powerful as being there and having the routine done up close and personal - it seems to me.

Home grown Routine (coming to a church near you)
http://www.public-action.com/SkyWriter/WacoMuseum/death/page...

By the time the Routine reaches anyone, anywhere, it is too late to know better.

I did not watch the Katanga version of the Routine, from start to finish, and I did not do so because I am in any way trying to justify the communist version of the Routine, as if my own concern is the capitalist version of the Routine.

It is the Routine, by any other name, the same Routine.

I call it Legal Crime, it is Legal Torture, it is Legal Murder, and ONE POWER does it, every time, the same POWER is at work, the names of the specific people may change, and they may even be the same person, in this or that case, changing his or her name, to escape accountability, or other people, employing the same POWER, take up the work load, torturing here, torturing there, murdering here, and murdering there, and so it gets old to me, it get's tiring to me, and I can only stand so much of it.

I have a chore to do at this point, and I do want to return to finish reading your welcome response.

Joe