Attorney General Eric Holder will speak at 3:30 p.m. today (Monday, March 5, 2012) at Northwestern University School of Law - 375 E. Superior on targeted killings of U.S. citizens.
What will Chicago tell Holder?
There is an eerie similarity between events in the book Paul Revere's Ride and events in our world today. I'm thinking particularly of how a network of mass resistance springs into action.
(See New World Counterinsurgency: Deja Vu All Over Again)
Holder addressed a group of Northwestern Law students and others.
Afterward one audience member summed up the speech as he left: "He
pretty much said he can kill anyone he wants." The details of that
speech will turn you more topsy-turvy than anything Alice experienced
when she ventured through the looking glass.
(See Eric Through the Looking Glass)
are allowed to know all about these killings, provided we're prepared
to believe the statements of a person we can't confirm exists about a
program which is not acknowledged to be happening. We are living in a
nightmare that makes Philip K. Dick's dystopias look cozy in comparison.
(See Drones and Zero Accountability Government)