The Art of Vanishing

Breaking News and Commentary from Citizens for Legitimate Government
15 April 2007

“‘Disappearing people is a bad, bad practice.’ U.S. Holds 18,000 Prisoners in Iraq –Recent Security Crackdown in Baghdad Nets Another 1,000 15 Apr 2007 In the past month, as a new security crackdown in Baghdad began, U.S. forces arrested another 1,000 Iraqis, bringing to 18,000 the number of prisoners jailed in two U.S.-run [KBR-built] facilities in that country. On Feb. 13, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki issued a martial-law decree supporting the Baghdad security crackdown. The decree gave military commanders authority to conduct warrantless searches and arrests, monitor private communications and restrict public gatherings.

Hives left ‘like Mary Celeste’ as bees mysteriously vanish 14 Apr 2007 Honey bees are suffering major declines in countries around the world in a mystery which threatens the future of ecosystems which are crucial to farming. Experts say thousands have vanished in Scotland, and there are reports of the mysterious disappearance of entire hives in countries including the United States, Spain, Italy, Poland, Greece, Portugal and France.”

Bees are the canaries of microsystems. They realize there is no more fun in this world. Electromagnetic fields and 3G keep interfering with their own transmissions. They are all probably deaf by now, if not all you can bet they all have tinnitus. They are invisible now, they never had any secrets to conceal. Go one you scientist slashers, why don’t you cut on more open, see what you can find? Then go and cut one open some more. But I tell you, I don’t want to see you lot on my doorstep. Go on now, get going and disappear like all the other species you spirited away in the name of your progress.

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