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Saturday, December 22, 2012

Inside Job-Don Henley (Music Video)

Don Henley's "Inside Job" Album Cover
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The song is on an album of the same name:

Inside Job
Released May 23, 2000
Warner Bros. CD 47083-2
Produced by Don Henley and Stan Lynch

So unless he had foreknowledge....

While you were sleeping
They came and took it all away
The lanes and the meadows
The places where you used to play
It was an inside job
By the well-connected
Your little protest
Summarily rejected
It was an inside job
Like it always is
Chalk it up to business as usual
While we are dreaming
This little island disappears
While you are looking the other way
They'll take your right to own your own ideas
And it's an inside job
Favors collected
Your trusted servants
Have left you unprotected
It was an inside job
Like it always is
Just chalk it up
To business as usual
You think that you're so smart
But you don't have a fucking clue
What those men up in the towers
Are doing to me and you
And they'll keep doin' it and doin' it
And doin' it and doin' it
And doin' it and doin' it
And doin' it and doin' it
Until we all wake up
Wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up
I know what I've done wrong
I am acquainted with the night
I know how hard it is
To always walk out in the light
And it's an inside job
To learn about forgiving
It's an inside job
To hang on to the joy of living
They know the road by which you came
They know your mother's maiden name
And what you had for breakfast
And what you've hidden in the mattress
Insect politics
Indifferent universe
Bang your head against the wall
But apathy is worse
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
Yeh, yeah
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
It's an inside job
Inside Job - Don Henley from jholidis on Vimeo.

Inside Job is the fourth studio album by American rock musician Don Henley. Released through the Warner Bros. record label on May 23, 2000,[1] the album is currently his last album of all-new materiel to date.
The song "Goodbye to a River" was apparently named after the book of the same title by John Graves. In the album's liner notes Henley wrote: "Respect and gratitude to fellow Texan, John Graves, for his inspirational writing - Goodbye to a River (1960) and other books." The album was the first solo album for Henley in 11 years, the album reached #7 on the charts and released two Adult Contemporary Tracks singles with "Taking You Home", and "Everything's Different Now". "Taking You Home" was also released as a single on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached #58.

An intersection of Israel, US special interests, and a desire for a new type of unipolar global hegemony led by the US to "fill the gap" left in the wake of the end of the cold war. Also, to triangulate against the rising stars of China, Asia and even the EU to a lessor degree. Dollar hegemony is also involved I think, as Saddam had switched over to the EU for his oil currency. But most definitely Israel in a big way, who had infiltrated the US government, through the likes of Perle, Rummy, Wolfowitz, Abrams, Feith and others. 

When this political think tank dovetailed with the PNAC agenda, then the stage was set. 

A Clean Break:
A New Strategy for Securing the Realm

What we see now, is that the whole idea failed miserably, the ultimate goal of which was surely to remap the middle east, in order to remove the Palestinians to the other side of the Jordan River, with the fall of Syria.

No doubt Cheney had 9/11 in his briefcase, so to speak, as something which had been on the shelf and in development for years, possibly even as far back as the Reagan years, or even before, which took root during Bush Sr's Presidency, when Cheney was his Secretary of Defence.

In many ways, I think Bush Sr. via Cheney has had a firm hand in everything as well.
It was an inside job

Do you think it's a coincidence or did he have foreknowledge?  I remember Aaron Russo telling a story in which Nick Rockefeller allegedly told Aaron about the planned attack.  
“Inside Job is my view of the world from this particular time and place,” concludes Henley.  “My marriage and the birth of my children have had a profound effect.  Despite all the sham and selfishness, life is still good.  Children constantly rekindle hope and appreciation -- and they have excellent bullshit detectors.  It’s a wonderful thing.”  ~ Don Henley's Biography

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