I Get Scared Shitless When I Don’t See Some People in the
by Servando Gonzalez
November 7, 2010.
few days ago, a typical media-induced storm in a teacup erupted
when National Public Radio fired commentator Juan Williams. The
firing was allegedly motivated by some comments Mr. Williams,
who is also a Fox News political analyst, made on October 18th
during an appearance on The O’Reilly Factor.
During the show, the host, professional disinformer Bill O’Reilly,
after mentioning what he termed as “the Muslim dilemma,”
said, “The cold truth is that in the world today jihad,
aided and abetted by some Muslim nations, is the biggest threat
on the planet.” Mr. Williams agreed with Mr. O’Reilly.
And Williams added: “I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a
bigot. You know the kind of books I’ve written about the
civil rights movement in this country. But when I get on the plane,
I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and
I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost
as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”
When the politically correct disinformers at NPR heard the news,
their panic reaction was summarily firing Williams -- which shows
that freedom of expression is not alive and well at NPR. A few
hours later, Fox offered Williams a better-paid contract to continue
his disinformer role, now on the other side.
I need to make clear that both O’Reilly’s and Williams’
main job is disinforming the American public. Contrary to what
they claim, currently, the biggest threat on the planet is jihad,
aided and abetted by some Muslim nations, . . . who are themselves
secretly aided and abetted by international bankers, oil magnates
and transnational corporations. Muslim jijadists are just the
new patsies who have replaced the Communist patsies after the
fall of the Soviet Union. The National Security State thrives
on fear, and the Muslim jihadists are providing it plentiful --
with strong support from the CIA and other Wall Street-controlled
But, while I understand Mr. Williams’ fears, I have to confess
that, contrary to him, when I am in the line to board a plane
and I see some passengers wearing Muslim garments I don’t
get nervous at all. No. Actually, I get scared shitless when I
don’t see some people.
For example, I get very nervous If I don’t see San Francisco’s
former mayor Willie Brown or former Secretary of State Condy Rice.
It was widely reported that, eight hours before the September
11 events, Brown received a strange call, from whom he described
as his airport security (later it was known that it was from Condy
Rice, who apparently was moonlighting as a baggage handler at
SFO), who advised him to be cautious about air traveling. Given
Brown’s and Condy’s powers of foresight, I would feel
a lot safer if I see them in the boarding line.
In the same fashion, I would feel less nervous if I see former
Florida governor Jeb Bush sharing the plane with me. It became
known that, just four days before the 9/11 events, Florida governor
Jeb Bush signed an executive order authorizing the use of the
Florida National Guard in the event of “acts of terrorism.”
Obviously, Jeb’s powers of clairvoyance runs only second
to Condy’s and Brown’s.
Also, I have to confess that I get very nervous when I am in the
boarding line and I don’t see any Pentagon generals sharing
the flight with me. Why? Because, despite the fact that the Pentagon
is the building in the U.S. with more generals per square feet,
no general was harmed during the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon.
Some people have speculated that the generals got their foreknowledge
from an ultra secret Pentagon experiment in extra sensory perception
and remote viewing, but I have not found any solid evidence proving
this. Anyway, sharing the general’s extreme luck would make
me less nervous.
Moreover, I get very nervous when I take a look at the passengers
and I don’t see any ATF or FBI agents, CIA officers, or
Wall Street bankers among them. The day the Alfred B. Murrah building
was destroyed in Oklahoma City, no ATF or FBI field agents, normally
working in the building offices, were hurt, because they had called
in sick that day. In the same fashion, despite the fact that the
largest CIA office in Manhattan was located in one of the World
Trade Center buildings, no CIA field agent was reported killed
on September 11. Also, even though the World Trade Center was
located very close to Wall Street, no senior banker was hurt in
the WTC disaster. So, sharing their extraordinary good luck would
make me feel much less nervous.
Another guy I get very nervous when I don’t see him in my
flight is former Attorney General John Ashcroft. I know that he
stopped flying commercial airliners in the weeks before September
11, so most likely he has some extra sensory perception abilities
himself. Moreover, Rumsfeld is the creator of the Proactive, Preemptive
Operations Group (P2OG). The P2OG’s main purpose is to prod
indecisive or reluctant terrorists into committing terrorist actions
--even if these actions cost American lives. I guess that Rumsfeld
does not include himself among the Americans whose lives he want
to spend, so, traveling in his company would be a good life insurance.
Finally, another person who would make me feel less nervous if
I see sharing my flight, particularly now that full body scanners
have been installed in most U.S. airports, is Homeland Security
Secretary Janet (Big Sister) Napolitano. But I would not hold
my breath waiting to see her boarding a commercial flight, much
less passing through a full body scanner.
Why have I never seen any of the people I have mentioned above
sharing my flight? Because they fly their private planes, and
are not subject to any airport security control. And they don’t
risk their lives by doing so, because the so-called airport security
measures have nothing to do with the security of the American
people. They are actually designed to psychologically condition
we the people through ignominy and humiliation to willingly accept
our new assigned role of medieval serfs in the new coming communo-fascist
regime they call the New World Order.
But eventually we have to draw a line in the sand and say no if
our protectors try to cross it. Mine would be when, sooner than
later, a “terrorist” is found carrying a pack of C-4
in a body cavity.
Servando Gonzalez is a Cuban-born American writer, semiologist
and intelligence analyst. He has written books, essays and articles
on Latin American history, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics.
Servando is the author of Historia herética de la revolución
fidelista, The Secret Fidel Castro, The Nuclear Deception
and La madre de todas las conspiraciones, all available
He also hosted the documentaries Treason in America: The Council
on Foreign Relations and Partners in Treason: The CFR-CIA-Castro
Connection, produced by Xzault Media Group of San Leandro, California.
His latest book, Psychological Warfare and the New World Order:
The Secret War gainst the American People just appeared and
is available at Amazon.com.