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I woke up suddenly Wednesday morning at 4:40 AM having been immersed in a dream that the tremendous volume of work that had been done heretofore by a veritable army of people had been finally knitted together, trussed up and basted like a big bird on the holidays, into a all-encompassing package of evidence and analysis into not only a very long documentary movie but also the visible part of a formal legal indictment that had finally won a victorious hearing in a formal court of law, and that one hundred or so “perps” had been lined up, some of them in absentia because their terms in mortal flesh had already ended.
It was a glorious moment; the peoples of the earth resounded with a joyous outpouring.
I do not suggest that I am competent enough or important enough to speak for that army of people. Though I am one of them by simple signatory listing and some comparatively mild and tiny form of contribution, I am way up in the back row of the growing chorus of voices who said, simply, “I am convinced”.
Even today, in that dream, I was standing way back off the curb, in the sixth or seventh rank, of the swelling of people who craned their necks to see the small parade of grey prison busses make its way down the broad avenue, escorted by a fleet of police vehicles and MRAP SWAT trucks, parting a sea of cheering people like a tumbrel in Paris, to deliver its slow heaving clanking load to a long, laborious process of proceedings that ended in judgment and sentence.
I awoke from the dream before its ending, as is always the way, and the essential reality of the chilly air of the pre-dawn verified that, in fact it had been a dream.
If you’ve been paying attention, you can readily find the listing of indictees. You can probably cite much of the hard-core evidence. You may be one of the many in the crowd of people on the streetsides or even in the preparation and assembly. If you are ahead of me in that long line, you deserve the thanks and gratitude of the ages. I’ve read your web sites, your books… I’ve watched your videos. I’ve probably, at one time or another, posted them in some effort to give them wider public exposure. I’ve said for years that I no longer need convincing. I’ve asked as well what next step needs to be taken to make a simple dream a reality.
What is needed in order to get those tumbrels in that dream filled with one hundred perps to move from the court of public opinion and become a tight procession of six prison buses moving toward Pearl Street, about fifteen blocks and fifteen years away from the scene of the crime ?
“… While he served as a visa officer in the U.S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for instance, he was obliged under threat of dismissal to issue visas to persons hired clandestinely by the CIA to become trained-in-the-USA terrorists. Most of these psychopathic thugs were clearly and legally unqualified to be issued visas. There is every reason to believe the “Visas for Terrorists” program remains fully operative today. It takes a lot of expendable terrorists to run a global terrorism op.
Springmann places his experiences both within the context of the historical roots of the U.S. Empire and within its current ongoing global destabilization project.
“This tale,” the author states near the beginning, “is a sordid sketch of backstabbing, disloyalty, double crosses, faithlessness, falsity, perfidy, sellouts, treachery, and betrayal.”
And that only covers the bureaucratic aspect. Even more sobering is his sketch of human rights violations: torture, assassinations, massacres including bombings of markets, invasions and occupations of countries, destabilization of nations and regions.
Then there’s the financial side: widespread criminality, resource theft, bribery, diversion of funds, illicit drug dealing and more.
Not to mention the flouting of international laws. This dimension includes gross infringements on national sovereignty, the casual violation of treaties and ho-hum everyday general lawlessness, risking even the threat of nuclear annihilation.
All this before taking into account the moral dimension, in which trashing the Ten Commandments is just an opening trifle…..”