Friday, June 17, 2005

Dot Dot Dot . . .

Dot: The US Department of Homeland Security is desperate for warm bodies to pose for some budget-justifying je t'accuse moments. Soon, US domestic opinion will turn against the demonisation of Arab-Americans and the searchlight will be turned abroad.

Dot: The USA is pressuring Blair's government to ensure that Blair's ID card database is seamlessly compatible with their own.

Dot: The Menwith Hill surveillance base which the US uses to watch Europe digitally scans all emails and telephone conversations.

Dot: Blair's government has signed an asymmetric extradition treaty with the USA. Under its provisions, the US can apply for the extradition of any British subject without supplying prima facie evidence of any wrongdoing.

Join the dots.


Dave said...

In response to your comment at Lenin's that you have known mixed race people who felt rejected by the 'black community' because they were insufficiently black....

I could only hazard that is due to the fact that [both of them] they do not realise that there is more to being Black than the amount of melanin in one's skin. Blackness is a consciousness.

I recommend them to read Du Bois’ and Marcus Garvey’s writings.

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Dave said...

Sorry about the double post.