Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Ejected, Neglected And Unelected – Blair, Howard, Bush And What Awaits Us – REDUX! NOW WITH ADDED BLACKWATER! (See paragraphs 43 -50! It's worth it!)

Hi kids! Sorry about the wait! Anyhoo, here’s what’s going down here in the GSS (Great Southern Sunburnt Country©) and beyond. Things are hotting up some in the Anglophone members of the COW’s (Coalition Of the Willing™) pre-election campaigns as the MOW (Masters Of War®) try anything to cling to what is left of their ever diminishing power.

Australia, Britain and the USA are all up for RC (Regime Change™) over the next eighteen months and, as the MOW® begin to realise that for them the road ahead is hard, yea, and the mountain high, so they start to strategise on how to at least keep their relative parties in control if not themselves.

For Noo Labour’s Tony Blair, the answer was pretty obvious – cut and run. He knew that running in the next election would result in the biggest Labour thrashing since the evil Baroness Thatcher took down a befuddled Jim Callaghan and commenced her ROT (Reign of Terror©) over the hapless Britons back in 1979, and so laid the ground work for his disappearance a couple of years ago by declaring a timetable for surrender.

He now manages to be Labour’s longest serving PM and to leave office with his rep. violently savaged but not entirely negated, while poor Gordon Brown, long-time Blair hostage, tries to convince the wary, jaded, disappointed and downright furious Poms that he isn’t Tony, really, not Tony, Tony who? So Brown gets to either lose the next general election and thus be blamed for throwing away the largest majority in British parliamentary history, or be the guy that ‘lost’ the Iraq war. Actually, in old Blighty, this is probably the best move he could make.

And Tony gets to go and be the new head of the World Bank, or whatever other saving-the-poor role he can rustle up, in an attempt be the friend-of-the-people, finder-of-peace-in-the-Emerald-Isle, dictator-vanquishing saviour-of-the-third-world he wants history to demand that he is.

This quitting-before-the-bucket-of-shite-falls-on-yer-head approach to leadership is a luxury of the Westminster system that Honest John is starting to wish he’d indulged in too. And he may well; Crickey! has reported a few juicy rumours about Little Johnny, one of which is that he will just quit when Parliament heads for their respective ski-lodges come June.

Any excuse would do, dog died, whatever, because folks, don’t forget that he didn’t earn his ‘Honest’ for nothing – it was, and always will be, ironic. And this way he gets to go out on top and avoid the likelier-by-the-day scenario of being the only the second Prime Minister to lose his seat, but as this would also reveal himself to be nought but a craven, trembling coward, Elroy thinks he go to his Waterloo loins girded for a shellacking of the worst possible order.

And the theories continue to swirl around Howard’s ‘We’ll all be ‘rooned!’ speech to the party room last Monday where he said that the Liberals ‘…would not just lose but be annihilated’. What was he up to? Was he just putting a ferret up the trousers of his party and its fan base? After all, Howard never says anything he doesn’t exactly mean; it is very rare for him to just blather off the top of his head and don’t forget that the fear factor is weapon he knows how wield all to well. Or was he, just for a change, actually being honest?

Another thesis correlates with Elroy’s predictions in March, that Howard, win or lose, will bail soon after the election. Elroy still has the house on the Costello, Abbott and Turnbull trifecta for the Liberal leadership, taking turns like good little sausages until someone wins the glittering prize.

However, it has also been ruminated that Howard’s comment about Treasurer Peter Costello and Foreign Minister Alexander Downer’s eleven-year gigs being a ‘weakness’ in reality meant ‘Time’s up!’ for Pete and that, if Johnny was to lose the election then, then the Liberal Party must start its own ABC (Anyone But Costello®) and plonk Abbott in the job. Manipulating the party to gip Cossie out of his dearest desire be Howard’s final act of revenge against a man who has hated him for years but was ever too gutless to take the challenge implied by Howard’s famous mantra ‘I’ll remain leader as long as the party wants me’.

That is if there is a Liberal Party left which whose new party room is not a phone box. Recent media reports say an in-depth examination of the polls reveal a 10% swing to Labor that could mean sayonara to not only Howard but also Costello and Turnbull; the Liberal/National Coalition have been estimated to lose forty-nine of their eighty-nine seats, giving Labor a thumping seventy-two seat majority and sending thirteen of the Coalition’s twenty-three ministers off to an interview with CentreLink.

And as Elroy has previously mentioned, with Federal Liberal sitting in the same gutter as State Liberal, powerless, irrelevant and ripping each other’s eyes out, the Liberal Party will simply implode. Who will take its place? Well, Elroy hears that Pauline Hanson’s back in business and she ain’t frying chips – we welcome to the stage the anti-union, anti-immigrant, anti-globalisation Pauline's United Australia Party! Hmm. The words 'Populist' and 'Demagouge' come strangely to mind...

Bush, however, faces a different state of affairs. George Bush can quit if he wants to, but that as would put him an ignominious club which at the moment consists soley of Richard Milhous Nixon, Elroy can’t see it happening. Bush can’t run again anyway, so his most pressing task is ensuring the success of his successor.

There is plenty of debate over whether Bush should have ever been elected president in the first place or the second place, the 2000 and 2004 elections being full of suspect behaviour, and the Iraq War, Hurricane Katrina and a list of other high crimes and misdemeanors that should, by rights, see BushCorp take that long bus ride to the Big House, have irredeemably poisoned the US voting public against the Republican Party for possibly generations to come.

With a popularity rating at twenty-eight per cent and no end in sight to a deeply unpopular war, elections just aren’t going to cut it for the GOP (Grand Old Party™) but they cannot lose; there are not, Elroy believes, enough shredders with the requisite grunt or just enough shredders anyway, in all of Washington and surrounding states, to munch through the evidence so something else will happen.

But what? Aha! Let’s ask Elroy for some wild supposition! Here are a few scenarios: Stealing the next election is going to be most troublesome as they’ve used up all of their tricks; ‘caging’ lists, dodgy electronic voting machines, disenfranchisement of every persuasion, all of their little stunts have been rumbled by a growing army of voters who are mad as hell and not going to take it anymore. Furthermore, even if the Republicans did pull out every stop in their possession, they can’t take the chance that it wouldn’t be enough – the 2006 midterms weren’t lost for want of trying – and so we move on the next proposition.

Kill George. It’s simple enough. Assassinating George would generate a huge wave of sympathy for the Republican Party and maybe they could surf that wave back into power, especially if the patsy was a Muslim patsy. As if he’d be anything else! On the other hand, that would make Dick Cheney president, not a good look for the Republicans going into an election; one the other hand, he’s the president anyway so what’s the diff?

However, assassinating George would mean they couldn’t assassinate Obama, as the electorate couldn’t stand two assassinations in one year – it’s ain’t 1968, y’know – and knocking off Barak would steal George’s thunder, but as they have to kill Barak, well, they’re going to have to think of something else.

What? Of course they have to whack Barak! And will! Don’t look so shocked! Waddaya think, they’re gonna let him become president? Puh-leese!

Or, and this one’s really out there, they could just have an election with Mitt Romney as the Republican candidate and lose it, which the market will hate, and the fall-out from the subsequent scandals, impeachments, imprisonments and looming real estate meltdown will be catastrophic for the world economy as China and the Royal House of Saud pull their dollars out of the US and convert them into Euros, a move which will, in turn, panic President Clinton into fast-tracking George W. Bush’s of establishing the NAU (North American Union™) out of the USA, Canada and Mexico in order to institute the Amero as a counter to the Euro’s dominance and thus sparking the second American Civil War as various redneck militias, Canucks and wetbacks up pitchforks and head for the final hoedown.

This next cunning scheme is the nuttiest, the craziest, the most whacked-out piece of pre-emptive conspiracy theorizing Elroy has ever deliriumed and one, by the way, that is already happening. On May 9, George W. Bush signed the NSAHSPD (National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive™) which granted him virtual dictatorial powers in the event of a declared CNE (Catastrophic National Emergency™) such an emergency being defined as ‘any incident, regardless of location, that results in extraordinary levels of mass casualties, damage, or disruption severely affecting the U.S. population, infrastructure, environment, economy, or government functions.’

This directive is in direct defiance of the provisions of the NMA (National Emergency Act™) and the directive’s language negates any requirement that Bush submit to Congress a determination that a national emergency exists and implements the president’s powers without congressional approval or oversight.

Congress can supposedly ‘modify, rescind, or render dormant’ the authority if it reckons the pres has acted inappropriately but the new directive, drafted and signed to supersede the National Emergency Act, makes no reference to Congress; instead it creates the new position of NCC (National Continuity Co-ordinator™), who plans for NEF (National Essential Functions™) by arranging for private sector organizations and all federal, state, local, territorial and tribal governments are function under Bush’s directives in the event of a CNE, without any specific act of Congress authorizing it.

In short, this Executive Order allows Bush to assume power to direct any and all government and business activities without congressional approval or oversight. He has now put in place power to arbitrarily and unilaterally impose martial law, suspend the Constitution, assume virtual dictatorial power, deploy under his command military forces into U.S. cities to round up citizens declared by his regime to be enemy combatants or security threats, and to retain control of all federal, state, local, territorial and tribal governments, military personnel, law enforcement agencies, and private sector organizations until the CNE is declared over, and who declares the CNE over? That’s right…

Meanwhile, the rhetoric ramps up. The fear factor is back as Bush suddenly remembers about that Osama guy. Never forget what George said in ’02, not long after he vowed to get OBL ‘Dead or alive’:

‘Well, as I say, we haven't heard much from him. And I wouldn't necessarily say he's at the center of any command structure. And, again, I don't know where he is. I -- I'll repeat what I said. I truly am not that concerned about him. I know he is on the run. I was concerned about him, when he had taken over a country. I was concerned about the fact that he was basically running Afghanistan and calling the shots for the Taliban.’

‘But once we set out the policy and started executing the plan, he became -- we shoved him out more and more on the margins. He has no place to train his al-Qaida killers anymore. And if we -- excuse me for a minute -- and if we find a training camp, we'll take care of it. Either we will or our friends will.’

Now, far be it from me to call George II a flip-flopper – a murderous, narcissistic, deluded, functionally illiterate alcoholic sociopath would be far more accurate – but the other day he said this:

‘In the minds of al-Qaida leaders, 9/11 was just a down payment on violence yet to come. It is tempting to believe that the calm here at home after 9/11 means that the danger to our country has passed. Here in America, we are living in the eye of a storm, all around us, dangerous winds are swirling and these winds could reach our shores at any moment.’

‘Hear the words of Osama bin Laden: He calls the struggle in Iraq a 'war of destiny. The war is for you or for us to win. If we win it, it means your defeat and disgrace forever.'

Who? Osama wha? Ain’t he that there dee-moh-krat? For a guy Bush isn’t too concerned about, he seems pretty damn concerned. But there’s one more ingredient needed for such a situation, and of course the White House has not let us down.

In America, right now, internment camps are being constructed by, of course, Halliburton, on a contract from the DoHS (Department of Homeland Security™) awarded in 2005 worth $385m to be used for immigration, disaster relief or the troublingly vague’ ... to support the rapid development of new programs’. Eek! John Ashcroft said they could be used for American citizens who were deemed ‘enemy combatants’ and guess who says does the deeming? Gimmie a ‘G’! Gimmie an ‘E’! Gimmie an ‘O’! Gimmie an ‘R’! Gimmie another ‘G’! Gimmie an ‘E’! What’s that spell? Fucking lunatic! What’s that spell…

Peter Kirsanow of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission said that he “could foresee a scenario in which the public would demand internment camps for Arab Americans if Arab terrorists strike again in this country. If they come from the same ethnic group that attacked the World Trade Center, you can forget about civil rights.’

So it’s not just Elroy! The chances that anti-war dissenters and other neer’do-wells would avoid a holiday in such a facility are about the same as the Republicans winning 2008, so should we be afraid? Not down here, yet, but the denizens of our GAPF© (Great and Powerful Friend©)? Oh boy.

So what is Elroy getting at? Have you all done your sums? Take one election that cannot be lost at any cost, add surreptitious executive orders allowing George to govern by presidential fiat, mix with 600-odd domestic concentration camps, stir in a generous amount of boogey man paranoia and what do you have a recipe for? 9/11 Redux!

No wonder they didn’t want to catch Osama! He’s one pre-selected patsy! Who else would fit the bill? Who else would fit the bill? Ahmadinajad? Hugo Chavez? (Um, memo to self – re: Next 9/11: Possible perpertrators…)

The only reason AHBASNE (America Hasn’t Been Attacked Since 9/11!™) is that the terrorists haven’t needed to, but now they are being threatened with RC maybe they will act. A mini-nuke in the White House? 9/11 is a hard act to follow, but they’ll think of something; another 9/11 would certainly do the job, in fact it’s probably the only way to do the job. Everlasting Bushiness!

There is, however, one more option left open to the Republicans, and for that we cross over to a certain Dr Thomas Sowell – free-market economist, major influence on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, senior fellow at the Hoover Institute and a syndicated columnist in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal and sundry other mainstream establishment organs. He’s a lovely chap, and he wrote this not long ago in the National Review:

‘When I see the worsening degeneracy in our politicians, our media, our educators, and our intelligentsia, I can’t help wondering if the day may yet come when the only thing that can save this country is a military coup.’

Whoa, Jimmy! Say what? Hey, don’t sugar coat it doc; tell us what you really think!
And he’s not kidding, either. On that bastion of Fair And Balanced™- ness, Hannity & Colmes, he expounded further ‘I’m very serious about whether or not the country can be saved at all’ he intoned. When asked what crisis would precipitate such an action, Sowell said ’If the political system becomes ever more irresponsible, if the education system becomes ever more degenerate, if the race hustlers polarize this country and the schools and intelligentsia dismantle the values on which it’s built’

Indeed, if BushCorp finally get rumbled for their 9/11 chicanery this might well the only option left open to them, and there’s no shortage of military types to put their hand up for such an insurrection, good Bushies more than willing to take up the cudgels for Christ and cast that ‘goddamn piece of paper’ known as the ‘Constitution’ in the fires of hell from whence it was spawned.

Take General William G. ‘Jerry’ Boykin; he is obviously no great fan of democracy or even America’s vague semblance of it. He has no time for elections per se – as far as Boykin is concerned, the only vote that needs to be counted is the one cast by the Big Cheese Himself. ‘Why is this man in the White House?’, Boykin asks audiences about the unikely ascendency of KIng George II, ‘The majority of Americans did not vote for him. Why is he there?’ Hmm. Good questions all, Jezza! So, what’s the scoop? ‘And I tell you this morning that he’s in the White House because God put him there for a time such as this.’ Eek!.

Now, be aware, be very aware, that again this guy is no fringe-dweller, no retired old curmudgeon who can’t shut up; from April 1998 to February 2000 he served as the Commanding General, U.S. Army Special Operations Command (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, from March 2000-2003 he was the Commanding General at the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center at Fort Bragg, and in June 2003 he was appointed Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and he’s still is. Gulp!

Now, I know what you’re thinking: ‘Elroy, you’re a fucking idiot. How’s he going to do that? Arm Sunday school teachers?’ No, Elroy’s afraid, very afraid, that the last piece of the infrastructure is also already in place. Obviously someone will have to round up the traitors, the dissenters, the A-rabs, the ‘unlawful enemy combatants’ and other ‘enemies of the state’ and it won’t be the military – Bush has busted all his soldiers – it will be Blackwater.

Ever heard of Iraq’s ‘private security contractors’? The USA has paid $4 Billion out to ‘private security contractors’ so far, and the biggest of them are to mercenary armies what Halliburton is to meals-on-wheels. There are at least 30,000 Blackwater soldiers of fortune in Iraq, some say more, along with another 100,000 other private suppliers of logistical support working for various other operators.

Incredibly, ‘private security contractors’ in Iraq are not subject to any laws, American or Iraqi, civil or military, which means that there are an unknown or at least undisclosed number of heavily armed, highly trained, utterly lawless mercenaries roaming Iraq with no confines whatsoever at rates of pay many times that of government regulars. 40c of every $1.00 spent by the US in Iraq goes inauditably to the private sector – the world is at outsourced war.

And Blackwater does not just supply soldiers. They run their own training camps in Iraq, have a 7,000 acre facility in North Carolina, another in Illinois and yet another under construction in san Diego, twenty-odd aircraft and helicopter gunships, contracts from the US Federal Government upwards of $750m and are currently setting up an intelligence arm, Total Intelligence complete with their own drone spy planes. Private military intelligence? Uh oh.

But surely this bunch are for helping out in foreign affairs? Not to be taken internally? Export only? Domestic consumption prohibited? The Louisiana National Guard were in Iraq during the Hurricane Katrina debacle, but hundreds of black-clad Blackwater goons in wraparound sunnies toting AK47s were on the streets of New Orleans way before any federal or state military with orders to guard uptown mansions and generally ‘kill looters’, a service which cost the Federal Government $240,000 per day.

But would this operation put itself on the line for Bush? Well, apart from the fact that he is their best customer (although they are setting up an international branch in the conveniently tax-lite Barbados), its founder is one of the faithful. Ex-US Navy SEAL Erik Prince inherited $1.3 billion in cash after the sale of his family’s car-parts manufacturing operation and put it to good use, as befitting a good Dominionist Christian.

Dominionists are to Christians what Islamists are to Muslims; they believe that there is no law but God’s law and seek political means to introduce it – they are, for all intents and purposes, a Christian Taliban and there are millions of them, including the owner of the biggest private army on the planet and, sadly, most of the White House staff and the President of the United States. Worried yet?

So there you go, folks; in a climate where presidents can declare themselves to be above the law, where civilian prison camps can be openly constructed, where even respected men of letters like Thomas Sowell can advocate the establishment of a military junta and not be ridiculed and sidelined but lionized and feted,where top brass generals can openly regard the democratic process as some sort of affront to the will of God and not be cashiered and sent to a home form the terminally bewildered, where an alternative private partisan army can be raised and maintained on taxpayers' millions, well, nothing is beyond speculation. At least the military coup option does away with the need for subterfuge and patsies, and it would sure shut the conspiracy theorists up.

This has been a special souvenir edition of Let’s Ask Elroy!™. Cut it out and keep it, read it again from the bunk of an internment facility near you and remember where you read it first. Before, that is, they take you out the back and…

199 comments:

Anonymous said...

9/11 chicanery? Oh, Elroy, don’t tell me you are conspiracy theorist.
It is bad enough that you paint our leaders as such total idiots without suggesting they are mass murderers as well.
Were Blair and Howard in involved in this so-called chicanery? Or just Bush and Halliburton?
Whatever you think of these guys they all worked their way up the ladder in a tough game to become leaders of their respective countries.
Much more than I have ever done. Sales Manager is the best I have managed.
What about you Elroy? To what stellar heights has your career taken you?
What is more, unlike you and me, Bush, Blair and Howard do not hide behind pseudonyms.
Whatever they have done you know it was them what done it.
One last question. Are you a Trekkie?
Anon E. Mouse

Anonymous said...

Ah, Mr. Mous! I believe apologies are in order! I owe you a reply to the last comment you made on my previous webessay; don’t give up hope – I’ll be posting an answer v. shortly.

Am I a conspiracy theorist? No, I am a conspiracy fact-ist. Care to debate? Hmm? And before you start droning on all so humorously about the Pentagon being hit by Elvis in a flying saucer nicked from Roswell, I do think that there were a lot of strange things that happened that day which, not that it’s important or anything, completely contravened the laws of physics. But maybe you disagree? Hmm? And
do I think that Howard and Blair were involved? No. Actually, I don’t know WHO was involved and neither, might I suggest, do you.

Not all three leaders are total idiots. One is, but the other two do possess some attributes. One the remaining duo has a duplicitous rat cunning and dogged determination that allowed him to become Prime Minister of Australia by mere dint
of persistence. I’ll grant you that he is a wily bugger, and an adroit politician, although whether that’s a compliment is another question. Still, he has taken this country back about fifteen years before he took power so we’ve got alotalotalotalota work to do.

Yor boy Blair, on the other hand, started off rather well, made all the right noises with all the right intentions, but he became captive of the establishment pretty quickly. He started taking lessons from bloody Margaret no less, and buddied up with George. Isn’t it telling that both George Bush and John Howard sing his praises?

Not all of these guys worked their way up the ladder in a tough game. Bush had no experience in either congress or the senate. The closest he had come, after losing millions in the oil game, was to be Governor of Texas, a position that in the Lone Star State is, for the most part, ceremonial; the real power lies elsewhere. He was chosen for his name, his pedigree, his the circumstances of his birth. Recognize the syndrome?

Blair and Howard may have worked hard, but why is this any reason to not give them a hard time? They are our elected leaders! They’re not saints! They asked for their power! They fought for it! Their actions have a direct effect on our lives! We HAVE to hold them to account! I’m not that good a forelock tugger, I have to say what I think, as is my right. Why do you have a problem with that?

And what does it have to do with me? Are you seriously suggesting that if I haven’t reached the stellar heights of my chosen career then I have no right to comment on those that do? Really? How bizarre! You must wish for a return to old days when only male landowners could vote; after all, they were successful in their business. I always wonder why conservatives preach the goodness of democracy yet, in various subtle ways, hate the concept of universal suffrage.

I have a problem with the fact that all three are, or profess to be, practicing Christians. There is much evidence that points to an inverse correlation between religiosity and intellect. The fact that the three most powerful members of the Coalition of the Willing™ have a childlike belief in a made-up deity, and that the most powerful man in the world claims to talk with said
Deity, on a daily basis, scares me.

I don’t ‘hide’ behind a pseudonym particularly; I just use it so that any nutbags don’t make my life hell if they felt like it, but as I am a private citizen not making decisions that can lead to the misery and death of millions I don’t see that it will bother the fabric of society any.

Bush, Blair and Howard, however, are a different matter. They are responsible. They did it. Would you rather that we DIDN’T know who they were? They make their decisions and so should be held accountable, no? They still hide, but not behind pseudonyms – they hide behind the law. Will they ever be tried for their war crimes? I doubt it. Like all conservatives, they bleat about ‘personal responsibility’ but just not for them.

And in answer to your last question, no. Star Trek was an aspect of popular culture that escaped me to a large degree. However, I have a very close relative who had it covered so not to as reinvent the wheel I put my energies elsewhere.

Live long and prosper!

Cheers

Elroy

Elroy said...

PS And how did you know that 'Elroy' might be a nom de plune? Hmm. Maybe there is more to Mr. Mouse than I know about...

Cheers

Elroy

Anonymous said...

In reply to yors PS.
I find it hard to belive that anybody in Australia could be called Elroy. You tell me that it is not your real name but used only to proctect you from the raging commenters who would othereise be round your house with baseball bats.
Lucky you - whatever you are called it couldn't be worse than the Americanish Elroy.
My name is not really Anon.
But you may have guessed that.
Boo!
Anon E. Mouse

Elroy said...

Ahem. The boy's name Elroy \e-lroy, el-roy\ is pronounced EL-roy. It is of Irish and Old English origin, and its meaning is ‘Red-haired youth’. Variant of Leroy (French) ‘The King’.
There. Irish/English and/or French. I know a real Elroy, he lives in Bentleigh and is skippy as you like.

Thank you for concentrating on the serious issues and not being sidetracked by any irrelevant fripperies. I’d hate to getb into a serious discussion or anything.

Cheers

Elroy

Anonymous said...

Elroy, my flame haired Irish amigo.
I am sorry not have deliberated at depth on the subject of your deep feelings about current subjects of great moment.
That is your bag, sunshine.
My main interest in life is frippery.
Juts as yours is life-altering issues.
That being the case your blog is such an easy target.
Some of us want to change the world, Elroy.
Some of just want to wrap it up in pretty sparkly ribbons and dance around it singing happy songs from the 40s and 50s.
Both of these endeavours are impossible,
So who’s attitude is better—faced with the impossibility of both tasks, the world being what it is?
Changing or dancing?
Discuss. Using one side of the paper only.
Do not write I the margin.

Anon E, Mouse

E said...

'Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it' - Mahatma Gandhi

It can, of course, be done to the swingin’ sounds of Count Basie or Little Richard if you prefer.

Cheers

Elroy

Anonymous said...

Quoting Ghandi? Oh, dear
Elroy, Ghandi was a man of peace.
Now I am not suggesting that you would go around personally bashing your enemies with a baseball bat, but your hostile words about Bush Blair and Howard would not sit well at a Quaker meeting. (I have been to one, since you ask, they are peaceniks almost to the point of the Mahatma. With, I must say, less results.)
So either tone down your rhetoric E, or quote somebody else.
If I may offer this line from one of the best known entities of the 20th century: Everlasting peace will come only to the world when the last man has slain the last but one. Adolf Hitler.
And he tried his best.
Quoting Brendan Behan—
Cheers
Anon E Mouse—call me Anon E for short.

Elroy said...

What's wrong with me quoting Gandhi? I'm a man of peace too, y'know! Do I want war? No! Do I advocate for Bush, Blair and Howard to be terminated with extreme prejudice? No! Do I critisize them harshly? Yes! Was Gandhi somewhat critical of the British? Yes!

Quakers may be peaceful but, as you say, Gandhi got results! And how? By advocating massive dissent and directly challenging the status quo by force of numbers in the full knowledge that extreme prejudice would be used against them. Was that peaceful? Not for those that died.

So I'll not tone down the rhetoric, Anonee – I haven't recommended killing anyone, unlike the gentleman you have most tellingly chosen to quote. His view does seem a tad extreme, but then he would say that, wouldn't he?

Cheers

Elroy

Anonymous said...

Elroy – I have come to the end of the road.
Except when I am pointing out your grammatical errors and rhyming mistakes you are much too much for me. Your arguments are always so lucid and well-thought out I am art a loss to counter them except with irrelevant and facetious comments, or quotations from Nazi dictators the views of whom should not be given oxygen in this new enlightened century.
So I know when I am beaten.
I will continue to read your excellent blog but our correspondence is over.
Kaput. Finitio. If I may paraphrase another Nazi luminary, a dead parrot.
You have been fun, Elroy, but in too many ways my superior.
To quote Voltaire at his most pertinent,
Au revior
Anon E. Mouse.

Elroy said...

Nooooooooo! Don’t gooooooooooo! Anon E. Mous! What are you saying? The end of our road? Our road HAS no end! My grammar will turn to mush! I’ll rhyme ‘Mine’ with ‘Mime’! I’m as lucid as George Bush! My arguments are as well thought out as the Iraq War! Quote Hitler all you want! Pol Pot! Stalin! Mao! More Voltaire! I don’t care! Just don’t leave me!

I had no idea John Cleese and Michael Palin were Nazis so you’ve taught me something there, and although I do detect a hefty dose of sarcasm in your post I will ignore it due to a pathetic and desperate fear of being alone in cyberspace.

Forgive me, Anon E Mous, for whatever I have done. I wish for only good in this world. You’ll be happy when we win it.

Cheers

Elroy

Purplehaze said...

Elroy,

You're always cooking up a storm in the blogosphere! And by the looks of things, even putting some folks into admitting submission. Craziness!

Cheers

Purplehaze

Anonymous said...

Great long blog! I like the mouse too. Come back! - GSJ

Anonymous said...

Last time I promised two things, Elroy.
1) I would never return.
2) I would not criticise again.
Clearly the first promise has already been broken.
But how can I point out even the smallest transgression if you never write anything? Your last blog was May 30. So many things have moved on since then. How will Bush and Howard and Blair know what to do?
Though I am probably the only person who reads all the way through your blog. Most others will have passed out with fatigue half way through.
I am flattered that you want me back, but you will have to do your part and actually write something.
As Bill Clinton said:
Yours faithfully
Mouse

Anonymous said...

Last time I promised two things, Elroy.
1) I would never return.
2) I would not criticise again.
Clearly the first promise has already been broken.
But how can I point out even the smallest transgression if you never write anything? Your last blog was May 30. So many things have moved on since then. How will Bush and Howard and Blair know what to do?
Though I am probably the only person who reads all the way through your blog. Most others will have passed out with fatigue half way through.
I am flattered that you want me back, but you will have to do your part and actually write something.
As Bill Clinton said:
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Are you the only one to hack through my entire posts? What about Mr Haze? Or GJS? Maybe they could let us know how far they make it before they drop; maybe my essays could be used as a non-surgical alternative to the induced coma.

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I am writing more in your blog than you do these days.
So many things happening in the world since your last communiqué.
British and Scottish bombings, Aboriginal children rescued while the PM pinches their land. Blair riding into the sunset to screw up the Middle East even more than it is screwed right now. Unions infiltrating the ALP.
All grist to the Elroy treadmill. But nothing. And the world goes to hell in a breadbasket,
Wake up Geoff - or whatever your real name is.
Oh no, you told me, It’s Elroy.
Wake up Elroy.
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And you have done nothing to add to your previous blog about the unions being under pressure. Do you still think so? Surely the government’s attack dogs have bitten themselves in the bum with that one. Even ‘save the little nigger children’ has run out of puff.
But do we hear from Elroy? No we do not. As the world wais he stays silent. The blogosphere is a lonelier place.
At least I had the decency to resign from you.
You, on the other hand, have just left me dangling.
I’m a bit sorry I came back.
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As you may or may not have gathered, I am new to this caper and so have a little problem with discipline from time to time, but the week ahead is shaping up to be bumper in every regard so keep ‘em peeled!

But thanks for sticking with me; I’m thinking of renaming the blog Let’s Nag Elroy due to your persistence that is, I swear, about to pay off. In spades. All your queries, wants and worries will be laid to rest and more besides.

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