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18 October 2006

For Spaced-Out Barmy BushCo; Now Even The World Is Not Enough ...

As if holding the title of undisputed champion, warmongering wankers of the world wasn't enough, it seems that the spaced out BushCo now want to invade, occupy and rule outer space.

So long as, one can only suspect, they don't expect to experience any close encounters of the insurgency kind.

Particularly, not with any alien Afghans nor extraterrestrial Iraqis and more especially, neither with any Mars based, marauding, murderous Muslim mutants -- be they real or merely imagined.

For, let's face it, even with over one hundred thousand boots 'on the ground' BushCo's patently pathetic, terra firma failures now border on the farcical. In fact if their abysmally abhorrent actions in both these global geographic areas weren't so heinous, they'd more likely be bordering on the barking bloody hilarious.

So go gaze upon this if you will. No telescopes are needed.
US adopts tough new space policy

The document outlines US military and commercial ambitions in space

The US has adopted a tough new policy aimed at protecting its interests in space and deny "adversaries" access there for hostile purposes.

The document - signed by President Bush - also says "freedom of action in space is as important to the United States as air power and sea power".

The document rejects any proposals to ban space weapons.

But the White House has said the policy does not call for the development or deployment of weapons in space.

However, some military experts warn that by refusing to enter into negotiations on space weaponry, the US is likely to fuel international suspicions that it will develop such weapons.

Then there's much more here; all easily visible to your own naked eye.



Anonymous martha said...

They are bloody barmy.

And sometimes you are, Richard. In the nicest possible way though. If it wasn't for the laughs you give me sometimes, I'd be in tears. I would.

I LOVE your quirky sense of humour and unique writing style. I do.

1:10 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another scam so that more money cano be stolen from the taxpayers to line more of Bush's pals' pockets. I wonder how many billions? And whatever the cost I wonder if it'll turn out any better than the existing US missile defence system -- which most of the other world powers know does not work - despite the massive cost.

11:18 am  
Anonymous Griffon said...

"Like desperate gamblers in a losing streak, Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld have nothing to gain and everything to lose by NOT attacking Iran with nuclear weapons."

Voting against nuclear war with Iran
by Prof. Jorge Hirsch

This makes chilling reading

11:46 am  
Anonymous xxx said...

This latest idea is bound to backfire just as surely as everything else BuchCo has touched has. They're losers. How many times do they think they need to prove that?

I agree about the scam though. They're bleeding the American public purse dry.

12:51 pm  
Anonymous Griffon said...

And a little English and US history if you're still up for it. The madness of it all!
The War in Afghanistan: Drugs, Money Laundering and the Banking System

by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

12:52 pm  
Blogger bootlian said...

This crew is already way down an almost bottomless pit - of their own making - yet now they say they want to up their digging activities? Using 'bigger, better, faster, higher-tech shovels?

Someone remind me again, please. What's the classic definition of insanity.

The mind boggles.

3:13 pm  
Anonymous Tazmanian said...

They'll only persist with this idiocy whilst the US sheeple will allow them to.

5:54 pm  
Anonymous whoever said...

Metop weather satellite lifts off

Metop lifted off on a night launch from Baikonur
Metop, Europe's most sophisticated weather and climate satellite, has launched successfully from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
The satellite should improve weather forecasts, and give scientists the data they need to refine climate models.

A Russian Soyuz rocket lifted Metop off the launch pad at 1628 GMT.

He, he, he, he. Just a coinkydink of course. Like a lot of new international alliances are. Uh?

More here:

6:29 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Came across this heart-wrenching video a few days ago:

Super picture of the Eagle's Nest nebula, though.


9:19 pm  
Anonymous kiwi said...

Erm, sweetoldlady ... that's a duff link you posted... the "heartwrenching video" turns out to be a rock band promo/trailer. Can you check it and post it again?

10:33 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry about the duff link. Here is the correct one:

'Discourse on Colonialism' a short video by Aime Cesaire



2:22 am  
Anonymous Rosemary said...

Griffon, it's interesting that just before I read the article at your link, I had gotten a phone call from an elderly friend who was talking about the Cold-War film, "On the Beach." She said that ever since she saw it many years ago, the scenes (and the music) had haunted her mind. She recounted several chilling scenes and the music ....

I have no idea what triggered her to call me and talk about that. She had started out just chatting about some TV comedian she was irritated with. She is NOT an internet user.

Anyway I guess it proves that some Americans besides the web-savvy ones are thinking along these end-of-the-world lines.

Your link leads to a very chilling article with so much logic...(too much logic!)

I don't have a lot of confidence that electing Democrat majorities in both Houses of Congress will make the kind of difference we (the world) needs. There seems to be lot of "closet neocons."

Anyway, too much time has elapsed. It's been almost 6 years since the Supreme Ct crowned Bush and almost no one did any more than grumble, "we'll get them next time."

6:45 am  

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