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Break the Siege II: Satire – Mumbai “not” a Mossad-CIA False-Flag

Here is the second of the videos with which I am commemorating the breaking of the siege of Gaza.

Warning: some swearing, but altogether more dangerous satire :P

You can also check out some of Deek Jackson’s other clips. Here is the YouTube link for this clip. R/T: 7:45.

6 comments on “Break the Siege II: Satire – Mumbai “not” a Mossad-CIA False-Flag

  1. sandysays1
    3 December, 2008

    Whoops= sorry, thought this was HUMOR!

  2. AE
    4 December, 2008

    Yep, exemplary of the fact there’s more truth in satire than most “news” bulletins.

    One quibble with Deek’s brilliant monologue: the drug trade is surely up there as one of the most lucrative, but I wonder whether the arms trade is not in fact more so?

  3. atheo
    4 December, 2008

    Check out this new site:
    Dauntless Dissent

  4. Bluebear2
    5 December, 2008

    Ann’s back!!!!!!

    Good to see you, love the videos!

  5. peoplesgeography
    5 December, 2008

    Great to see you BlueBear, and catching up on some great posts at your place(s). I’ll be returning ‘proper’ in the New Year I think.

  6. Bluebear2
    6 December, 2008

    I’ll be returning ‘proper’

    I’ve never thought you were improper!
    PG: :)

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This entry was posted on 3 December, 2008 by in Empire, War and Terror, Satire, US Foreign Policy, Video, War and tagged , .

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