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Thursday, June 17, 2004
Outa Outa Site
The Vice President is joined by his bunker companion, the Grey ambassador to Earth, at Tuesday's impromptu Site R presser.
Vice President-Ambassador Grblzxxxtzxt has indicated his willingness to enhance the Coalition of the Willing into something more domestically effective in a time relative sense.
Ambassador-(telepathically) Resistance is futile.
(Gasps and expressions of shock)
Question-Mr. Vice President, has the ambassador been of any additional assistance in the War on Terra?
Vice President-Let’s just say hypnotic mind control inhibits my ability to be completely frank, eh Mr. Ambassador?
Ambassador-(telepathically) The most amusing Vice President thinks like one of us. Is that not so?
Vice President-We share a surprising consanguinity with regard to rectal probes, surreptitious entry and Iraq/alQuaeda issues.
Ambassador-(telepathically) Resistance is futile as the Niger Embassy staff in Rome can attest.
Modified Image: whitehouse.gov, NewYorkish, Rense.com
Tuesday, June 15, 2004
Vice President Cheney holds an impromptu presser at Site R
Time Magazine, this week, reviews James Bamford’s new book, A Pretext for War.
While major media seems to have focused upon the sexy disclosure of Site R, Dick Cheney’s not-so-sexy undisclosed location in the Pennsylvania/Maryland countryside, I was drawn to a clue suggesting our fresh-faced neocon players were led down another rose-strew garden path by an additional snoop dog of envelope-pushing global play:
Douglas Feith, a senior Pentagon official, set up several secret offices in the Pentagon that received data from Israel's own intelligence teams and coordinated its findings with them, partly as a way to get around CIA caution in the region. Bamford reveals that the original source of the spurious allegation that Saddam harbored "mobile biological-weapons labs" did not come from the brother of a top aide to Ahmad Chalabi whose code name was Curveball, but from an Israeli tip going back to 1994.
Modified Image: whitehouse.gov, NewYorkish