Bugsplat is the official term used by US authorities when humans are killed by drone missiles. The existence of children's computer games of the same name may lead one to think that the PlayStation analogy with drone warfare is taken too far. But it is deliberately employed as a psychological tactic to dehumanize targets so operatives overcome their inhibition to kill; and so the public remains apathetic and unmoved to act. Indeed, the phrase has far more sinister origins and historical use: In dehumanizing their Pakistani targets, the US resorts to Nazi semantics. Their targets are not just computer game-like targets, but pesky or harmful bugs that must be killed.Quote from : 'Bugsplat': The Ugly US Drone War in Pakistan :It's time for the US to re-examine the consequences of its dehumanizing, deadly attacks in Pakistan. by Jennifer Robinson AlJazerra via Commondreams.org,November 29,2011
Song for #OWS
No bigotry, racism or anti-semitism
Crosby, Stils, Nash and Young Teach Your Children
Uploaded by Speeno1 on Oct 22, 2011
" We Don't believe That."
A response to recent comments/negative propaganda made about the activities and message of Occupy Wall Street.