Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Karma: Shades of the Past,

Once in what seems like several lives ago I was somebody different. I was ambitious beyond measure, contemptuous of authority, certain in my convictions. I entered in the top fifty of a Freshman class in a ivy league school, and that was while blowing off trying to do it. I was good, I was one of the best, and I helped change the world- and ruthless beyond your imagination. I destroyed lives the way some people spray herbicide.

However in what one of my friends once called the 'shriveled black thing' I called my heart and soul there was only emptiness, and no matter what victories I won and no matter what unsung deeds I accomplished it meant nothing to me. So I turned away and walked away from it all. I became a small town university lecturer. I practiced swordsmanship and played at consulting and market management, moving money more as a game than anything just to see how much I could make but always for someone else. Money held no interest for me, except as a game chip to mark success or failure.

This is not to say the world left me alone however. From time to time I came out of the hinterlands to work on various projects. My exile was never entirely secure, for there were always those that remembered me and wanted revenge or wanted me for what I could do for them.

What did I do exactly? Col Lounsbury mentions that a friend of his said that the victory of the Democrats in the election may hinge upon what he called the 'black arts'. I am a practitioner par excellance of the 'black arts' a man whom even those are his close friends call cold or claim that I have a shriveled black heart.

I have done good, and that was always the original goal. I helped worked under Reagan and Bush 41 on several projects involving the ending of the era of Communism. In the Clinton era I roused myself several times, including working on the campaign to urge an intervention in the former Yugoslavia. Since then I've worked the back end of the diplomatic effort to stop the US obtaining Turkish access to invade Iraq, against the UN resolution authorizing war, back alley Middle-eastern work, and grass roots Democratic mobilization against Bush.

However I've made terrible personal mistakes as well the most spectacular one being the anti-Gore campaign of 2000. That involved helping prop up Nader as a wedge candidate to split the left, and work here in Iowa and with associates in Florida. You could ask how I could do it, and you have to understand I got involved with the understanding that the deal would be that McCain would become the candidate.

Once Bush knocked him out, I became highly uneasy with the work of helping to work behind the scenes on the Gore-discreditation campaign and the pro-Nader campaign. Let us remember before we shed tears of pity for Gore, that Bradley was the far better candidate by far and Gore utterly destroyed him to such an extent that Bradley never recovered and withdrew from public life. If my side, the Republican side which at that time I had been disinformed was lining up for McCain, was going to win the necessity was going to require being even more ruthless.

So I helped do my part to set up the discreditation of Gore and stealing of votes from the Democrats by helping out the Nader stalking horse.

But I wavered, and in the closing weeks of the campaign decided definitely that I couldn't support a complete incompetent like Bush. Indeed I ended up voting Gore, a truly heart wrenching decision which at the time almost made me puke. However the damage was done, and on election day I got information that something was going down in Florida quite well before the media networks had it.

The rest, shall we say, is history. I guess you could say I have a lot of karma.

If you ask how I could have done it, remember that all this occurred while I was trying to stay out of it as much as possible and only dabbling as a hobby more or less while trying to live the idealistic life of a ascetic and science teacher. This was supposed to be my retirement from the 'biz'. In fact that's how I got into trouble, if I'd been fully involved instead of only periphially I'd never have been taken in for a moment by the bait-n-switch they played me with to get me to do what I obviously wouldn't have agreed to outright from the onset.

Since then I've been trying to atone for my mistake, of helping be a lever in the machine that helped bring a right-wing neo-fascistic government to power, by relentlessly working behind the scenes to sabotage this Admistration. It has not been without some success. Not that this Administration needed any help tripping over it's own feet, but I did a few things to help make it more apparent and obvious.

As Kerry attempts to struggle back from behind, and GWB presses home the advantage to demoralize the other side's base while mobilizing his own it has occurred to me that there is perhaps one flaw in Rove's game plan which I may be able to set something up to exploit. It's a long shot, but so is this whole 'manufacturing consent' business or as I like to call it 'cheating' and 'string pulling'. My signature is overkill, so I rather like the utterly devastating nature of this idea. It also has the advantage of being a Deus ex Machina salvation, so that Democrats won't hopefully become complacent - it should be apparent to them that something out of the blue saved their hides.

Of course there is no guarentee that it will work at all, but that's why I've been so silent. I've been working on this plot of mine to dethrone el Bushco. If it works the election will be over, in Kerry's favor. If it doesn't, nobody will ever know. It's one of those all or nothing things.

47 Comments:

At September 22, 2004 at 1:01 PM, Blogger Grand Moff Texan said...

Need any volunteers?

 
At September 22, 2004 at 1:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You'd better enter witness protection, quickly. Good luck & God bless.

 
At September 22, 2004 at 2:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Man, now I have a mental picture of you as the Cigarette Smoking Man from the X-Files. Either that or Chuck Barris, but I'm sticking with A until proven otherwise as you make too much sense overall.

-a different chris

 
At September 22, 2004 at 7:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its been my opinion that the Democratic leadership doesn't have a clue as to how to campaign against what is essentially a crime syndicate pretending to be a political party. They've had 24 years to learn and still don't get it and this doesn't say much for their party apparatchiks.

So I wholeheartedly endorse Oldman's black or grey ops approach to monkey-wrench Rove's slime and lie machine.

Because the Democrats need all the help they can find.

Rodger

 
At September 22, 2004 at 9:12 PM, Blogger pogge said...

You realize, of course, that this post inspires curiousity in oh, so many ways. I'll be watching closely. But I would have been watching closely anyway since the fate of the world may be at stake.

No pressure, though.

 
At September 22, 2004 at 11:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Wow. And let me say just that.

 
At September 23, 2004 at 12:41 AM, Blogger calmo said...

I've been reading you carefully for some time now Oldman assessing your skills and getting a bead on what is important in your life.

We all might wish to be sources of wisdom or even witty wisdom.
And of course, brilliant and covertly powerful or atleast, critically instrumental.
Failing that, I suppose we'd all like to look like Arnold so we can beat the snot out of those 'girlie men' when they start laughing at us.

I need to park the personal prospectus in a less conspicuous place.

I need to see that there is more to you than being the winner who goes home and f**ks the prom queen.

 
At September 23, 2004 at 2:33 AM, Blogger Oldman said...

Actually I never fucked the prom queen, though I had a chance with the prettiest and most popular girl in high school. Instead like a chump, I passed it up out of 'respect for her'. Instead she ended up marrying her boss later, having a kid with him, and getting divorced within a handful of years. Really in retrospect, I should have just gone for it.

Story of my life really. All the chances in the world, and I hesitate and turn away. Why? Because as it turned out, I didn't like myself - what I became, what I did, the complete all consuming killer instinct in me.

If you ask me what I am, I suppose I'm just another washed up burned out has been teacher not doer out here in the boondocks who just happens like so many others to have a past. As it so happens I think I owe it to go out there and do one last job. As it so happens, I do not care nor have I ever cared about the opinions of others.

Think about it, any influence I have is solely because of the ignorance of others. It would be ridiculous to desire that which undermines one's very power. And I have never been the self-destructive type, merely destructive.

I'm not doing this for any one here, I'm just doing it because as it so happens I am personally involved and as it so happens I may be able to do something and as it so happens so I will.

What other people think other than that, doesn't make much of a difference to me. If it did, I'd be unsuited for this angle of work. The only reason why I mentioned it, is because just as I don't care about others opinions enough to advertise it I also don't care enough in order to hide it.

What I do care about is whether or not I can get the job done so I can move on with my life, instead of wasting more time atoning for a mistake I made in the past.

But years later, I have learned some hard won wisdom. That is that I got turned off by what I became to win, but I'd lost focus of the real goal. The solution wasn't to hide from what I really was, but to redeem it by putting it to a better use. I should have just fucked the 'prom queen'. Me and her would have been happier for it.

Having learned that difficult lesson, I intend to put it to good use. The ends does justify the means, if you can deliver and if the ends are not destroyed by the means.

Phase I is in motion. White eagle has flown the roost.

 
At September 23, 2004 at 10:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

While acknowledging that this is not my field of expertise in any way, I think that talking of this while it's occuring might be unwise.

Ian

 
At September 23, 2004 at 10:30 AM, Blogger Oldman said...

Nah. It's a potential blindspot. Either it'll work or it'll be a flop. If it's a flop, no one will ever know the difference. If it works, it'll go all the way. Besides, I've always worked it out so that there's a warning. It's a point of pride to be good enough so that you can let somebody know the hammer is coming down, and they can't do a single thing to stop it. If it was a matter of taking personal credit, then it would be bragging. But here I'm psuedonymous. Rather it's a power issue thing, accentuating the feeling of helplessness of others is a classic tactic in leveraging effects.

But enough of this. I'd better get back to work on it. It's still a longshot, I'll be frank about that. I may be wasting my time for nothing, and it wouldn't be the first time.

 
At September 23, 2004 at 10:30 AM, Blogger Oldman said...

Nah. It's a potential blindspot. Either it'll work or it'll be a flop. If it's a flop, no one will ever know the difference. If it works, it'll go all the way. Besides, I've always worked it out so that there's a warning. It's a point of pride to be good enough so that you can let somebody know the hammer is coming down, and they can't do a single thing to stop it. If it was a matter of taking personal credit, then it would be bragging. But here I'm psuedonymous. Rather it's a power issue thing, accentuating the feeling of helplessness of others is a classic tactic in leveraging effects.

But enough of this. I'd better get back to work on it. It's still a longshot, I'll be frank about that. I may be wasting my time for nothing, and it wouldn't be the first time.

 
At September 24, 2004 at 5:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, if you've really got some ninja mojo that can stick this monkey's banana where it belongs, we'll all be greatly in your debt. - Bento

 
At September 24, 2004 at 5:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

For most of us, not in the loop, we are voting for the lesser of two evils. What is a FACT, is that neighter of the two parties want or will fix ANY of the major problems in America, with the long term solution in mind.

What scares me about kerry, is that he will "bend over FORWARD" to make nice with the Europeans and UN. Those same Europeans and UN persons, who have never done ANYTHING of real VALOUR for the world. Think about it! What major sacrifices have the Europeans and UN made for the rest of the world in the last...50 to 100 years???

Keep in mind that I was dead set against the Patriot Act. Beware when it hits the State and local level of use/emplimentation!

 
At September 24, 2004 at 8:35 PM, Blogger J Thomas said...

Anonymous, the europeans have made many sacrifices for the world in the last 100 years. For example, they set up a collection of colonies and sacrificed to keep them and administer them. While individuals and companies got rich doing it, on the whole the colonial system may have been a net loss for european colonising nations.

And twice they sacrificed deeply to keep each other from winning world wars.

If you look at foreign aid, particularly nonmilitary foreign aid, they've done a lot more than we have per capita. Then if you cut out aid to israel which by third-world standards hardly needs it, their foreign aid dwarfs ours.

You might figure that their sacrifices in building empires and fighting each other shouldn't really count. They weren't actually "for the world". But if you judge them by that standard, which of our own actions would pass muster?

So anyway, suppose that Kerry wins the presidency but we still have a republican senate. What would you expect then? Wouldn't the republicans keep playing hardball? They'd look for some excuse to impeach him. Meanwhile, Kerry might play hardball himself. He and Edwards could get a loyal Justice departmnet, and set it after Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld etc. Could he get them jailed before he was impeached and maybe jailed himself? And suppose Kerry could get a loyal FBI ... he could expose a whole lot of legislators instead of blackmailing them. If he lasted 2 years a lot of republican seats might not have incombents.

On the other hand maybe they wouldn't play that hardball. Maybe the legislators would try to keep Kerry from doing anything much, and he could veto their spending bills, and they could look at overriding him.

So it would turn into another race. How fast will the public find other news and political-information sources separate from the republican-owned mass media? If they're too slow about that they'll mostly not hear about republican scandals, all they'll hear is the rasons Kerry and Edwards should both be impeached.

Now, doesn't that sound a lot better than 4 more years of Bush?

 
At September 26, 2004 at 1:01 AM, Blogger wunderdog said...

While you don't seem to write too much about yourself, this post says alot. Good luck with the monkey wrench.

 
At September 26, 2004 at 4:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

J Thomas

Good point. I forgot about the European colonies. Most of those colonies were started before 1900 (and I did say "last 50 to 100 Years").

The Asian colonies on the most part have done OK. But the African and Middle East colonies fell apart. Most of the colonies were "set free" after WWII, because the Europeans could no afford them. Then look at france and Indo China. ie Vietnam, where America broke her promis. The M.E. and African colonies that have faired the best, the longest, are/were British. And the British do not consider themselves European. SO... Scratch Briton from your list.

Two world wars were fought in Europe-they had no choice but to fight or RUN AS THE FRENCH DID. And that was in Europe, SO, they were helping themselves.

Foreigh Aid: yes. But we made up the difference in paying in BLOOD! FOR World Peace. (In theory, anyway). You must include Israel-- back them in a corner and they will use the BOMB, that we probably gave them.

What colonies has America made on purpose- to keep-???

If kerry wins, then the Bush/Cheney are out! Scratch that senario.

Republican congress and kerry press! Then you would have a repeat of the clinton era. ---The crooks in the sen. and the con. will not agree on how to steel the tax money, opps, how to miss spend the taxpayers money on how to buy votes. (You have a point here, maybe they would end up with budget surpluses again, clinton era, and pay down the national debt.)

Have you read the surveys on media, left versus right? It's between 65-90% for the left. (You have to read between the lines, check out the facts and look for the slant/spin!!! Check out marginalrevolution.com for the percentage of teachers who are leftist. It is 65-95% leftist professors in collagees!!!

Jim Coomes

 
At September 26, 2004 at 11:18 AM, Blogger J Thomas said...

Jim, I'm not sure what to say. It sounds like you're sincere. I get the strong impression that, to use a cliche, you aren't seeing the fnords.

You asked about who has done good for the world. I say that to make any kind of firm choice about what's good or bad, you'd need a whole lot of careful study independent of the propaganda put out by interested parties. The europeans paid in blood for their colonies and they claimed they were doing it for the good of the world. There's reason to think they were captured by the idea of empire. It wasn't that they wanted to help people, it was that if *somebody else* made too big an empire they'd have to knuckle under too. The difference between this and the Cold War is ... the later time the empires were done with puppet governments to handle the problem of nationalism. The amount of money we spent on beating the russians far outweighed anything else. Of course we would say that we were saving the world by keeping the russians from setting up a giant puppet empire, by doing it ourselves first. It's all very silly.

You want to claim the press supports Kerry. If the press supported Kerry they'd talk about the economy. They'd talk about the war. They'd talk about Bush's many "lies". They'd talk about all the promises Bush didn't make. Instead they talk about swiftboats and Rathergate.

So, Bush never said Saddam was close to having nukes. He never said it. A whole lot of people thought they heard him say that, and they were wrong. Bush never said that Saddam supported al Qaeda. A whole lot of people thought he said it. And so on. So, has Bush said he won't start a draft? No, he's never said it. He's encouraged people not to worry about it. Bush has never claimed there are close to as many jobs now as there were when he was elected. He has said that the economy is doing well, which shows he doesn't care that there are a million fewer jobs now. The press hasn't mentioned that. Just yesterday I saw a blogger claim that the USA is not building multi-billion-dollar permanent bases in iraq, because he hasn't see it in the media. The media hasn't reported on the distorted figures on wounded soldiers from iraq.

If the press was biased toward Kerry, they'd have crucified Bush by now, he's given them plenty of wood and nails and hammers.

The reason you see surveys that claim the media is biased left is that the goalposts keep getting moved. Whatever the media do, the leftmost 60-90% will get labeled leftist. But in practice, essentially all of the media supports BIG government, which is now a conservative stand. They all support whatever foreign adventures the president wants, and starting foreign wars is now a conservative stand. They make only vague noises to indicate their concern about whopping deficits, and the claim that deficits don't matter is now a conservative stand.

So -- in summary -- you don't see the fnords.

 
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