Friday, March 9, 2012

Making a desert and calling it peace. The "export of security." Newspeak in the White House.

"Auferre, trucidare, rapere, falsis nominibus imperium; atque, ubi solitudinem faciunt, pacem appellant." -- Tacitus.
Translation: "To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace."
"Let's export some more security, companero!"
Dan Restrepo, the Admiral Poindexter of the Gunwalker Scandal (assuming his deputy Kevin O'Reilly to be the Oliver North) says War is Peace.
The White House has been floating a new concept in its war on drugs — Colombia as an “exporter of security.” The phrase has popped up in government statements several times just over the past week. . .
Next up was Dan Restrepo in a March 1 press briefing for VP Joe Biden’s visit to Mexico and Honduras this week:
We've also continued to work, for example, with our partners from Colombia, who have become a very significant exporter of security to Central America -- work to ensure, for example, in the last few weeks, the head of the National Police of Colombia traveled to Guatemala as part of the new Guatemalan government's effort to revamp the national security strategy in that country to ensure that it is facing what we all recognize to be a growing challenge in the region.
Now we now what "Gunwalker Bill" Newell was doing, he was just a local shipping manager for the "export of security." I'm sure agents Terry, Zapata and the hundreds, if not thousands, of Mexican citizens -- victims all of the Gunwalker Conspiracy --would agree. They're all "secure" right now. Nothing will ever happen to them again.

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