We Are Here From The Government To Help So Trust Us. Really.

Pay special attention to the sad-eyed cartoon characters.

And for sure, disregard the role that the US and its EU partners had in starting and now continuing the so-called “Syrian civil war”.

After all, being both fiscally and morally bankrupt, the US government has both the judgment and the “one indispensable nation” status to demand that leaders of sovereign nations abandon their positions, especially given the USG’s punctilious compliance with its own political charter in enforcing those demands through both direct action and via proxies.


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(H/t MDP)

4 responses to “We Are Here From The Government To Help So Trust Us. Really.

  1. Well the cartoon is a lie because we already know that the FBI has stated they don’t either the resources or the tools to do deep background checks on Syrians. The databases just don’t exist.

  2. FrozenPatriot

    Remember, the feds recently eliminated — through a regulatory change — a law prohibiting propaganda from being produced by the federal government. Here we see the fruits of lifting such a ban…

    Details here: http://foreignpolicy.com/2013/07/14/u-s-repeals-propaganda-ban-spreads-government-made-news-to-americans/

  3. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

  4. Michael Schlechter

    Even if, as Mr. Johnson says, the refugees go through a “rigorous” screening process, I think the pushback from the citizens of this country is merely a large middle finger erected in the general direction of the Mid-Atlantic swamp. Maybe, finally, the majority is noticing that the feral government is not to be trusted and acts only in its own best interest, and not in the interest of its citizens.