Sunday, October 29, 2006

Staying the course

Picks of the Week:

Special comment: Advertising terrorism by Keith Olbermann

"There is a cheap 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' quality to the whole thing, and it also serves to immediately call to mind the occasions when President Bush dismissed Osama bin Laden as somebody he didn’t think about—except, obviously, when elections were near."

Bush's absolute power grab

"Jonathan Turley, George Washington University Constitutional Law Professor, was Olbermann's guest. Olbermann asked him, 'Does this mean that under this law, ultimately the only thing keeping you, I, or the viewer out of Gitmo is the sanity and honesty of the president of the United States?'

"Turley responded, 'It does. And it's a huge sea change for our democracy. The framers created a system where we did not have to rely on the good graces or good mood of the president…People have no idea how significant this is. What, really a time of shame this is for the American system. What the Congress did and what the president signed today essentially revokes over 200 years of American principles and values.'"

Bush moves toward martial law

"In a stealth maneuver, President Bush has signed into law a provision which, according to Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont), will actually encourage the President to declare federal martial law (1). It does so by revising the Insurrection Act, a set of laws that limits the President's ability to deploy troops within the United States. The Insurrection Act (10 U.S.C.331 -335) has historically, along with the Posse Comitatus Act (18 U.S.C.1385), helped to enforce strict prohibitions on military involvement in domestic law enforcement. With one cloaked swipe of his pen, Bush is seeking to undo those prohibitions."

Cheney's remarks fuel torture debate

"Vice President Cheney said this week that dunking terrorism suspects in water during questioning was a 'no-brainer,' prompting complaints from human rights advocates that he was endorsing the use of a controversial technique known as waterboarding on prisoners held by the United States."

Not only is it brainlesss, it's also heartless.

The CIA's travel agent

"Boeing does not mention, either on its Web site or in its annual report, that Jeppesen’s clients include the C.I.A., and that among the international trips that the company plans for the agency are secret 'extraordinary rendition' flights for terrorism suspects. Most of the planes used in rendition flights are owned and operated by tiny charter airlines that function as C.I.A. front companies, but it is not widely known that the agency has turned to a division of Boeing, the publicly traded blue-chip behemoth, to handle many of the logistical and navigational details for these trips, including flight plans, clearance to fly over other countries, hotel reservations, and ground-crew arrangements."

Gitmo interrogations spark battle over tactics: The inside story of criminal investigators who tried to stop abuse

"In extensive interviews with, former leaders of the Defense Department’s Criminal Investigation Task Force said they repeatedly warned senior Pentagon officials beginning in early 2002 that the harsh interrogation techniques used by a separate intelligence team would not produce reliable information, could constitute war crimes, and would embarrass the nation when they became public knowledge."

"The president knows more than he lets on"

"Suskind: We know that almost everything from the tool kit was tried: extraordinary techniques that included hot and cold water-boarding and threats of various kinds. We tried virtually everything with Binalshibh. But he was resistant, and my understanding of that interrogation is that we got very, very little from it. At one point, there was some thinking that we should put out misinformation that Binalshihb had been cooperative, he had received money and he was living in luxury. So that would mean that his friends and family, who obviously are known to al-Qaida, might face retribuition, and we ended up not doing that."

Judge orders release of Abu Ghraib child rape photos

"A federal judge ruled today that graphic pictures of detainee abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison must be released over government claims that they could damage America's image. Last year a Republican senator conceded that they contained scenes of 'rape and murder' and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said they included acts that were 'blatantly sadistic.'"

Bush among friends

"If you've ever fantasized about what it would be like to eavesdrop on our president chatting with some of his strongest fans in the media, then your decidedly odd dream has come true. President Bush met with eight leading conservative columnists on Wednesday afternoon, and a transcript has just been released."

US in secret truce talks with insurgency chiefs

"They included members of the Islamic Army in Iraq, one of the main Sunni militias behind the insurgency, and American government representatives. The talks were described as “feeler” discussions. The US officials were exploring ways of persuading the Sunni groups to stop attacks on allied forces and to end a cycle of increasingly bloody sectarian clashes with members of the majority Shi’ite groups."

Negotiate and run?

15 police recruits killed in Iraq; US death toll for October hits 83

"The U.S. military on Sunday announced the deaths of four soldiers and a Marine, bringing the number of U.S. troops killed in Iraq this month to 83 -- the highest monthly toll since 84 U.S. troops were killed in November 2005. Attacks against U.S. and Iraqi forces in Baghdad have increased 43 percent since midsummer, U.S. military officials say."

'Not America's man in Iraq,' premier says

"Privately, however, Maliki criticized what he called the patronizing U.S. tone toward the Iraqi government and warned U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad to respect Iraq's sovereignty, two of the prime minister's advisors said."

He'll be couped asap.

The exodus: 1.6m Iraqis have fled their country since the war

"Out of the population of 26 million, 1.6 million Iraqis have fled the country and a further 1.5 million are displaced within Iraq, according to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. In Jordan alone there are 500,000 Iraqi refugees and a further 450,000 in Syria. In Syria alone they are arriving at the rate of 40,000 a month."

Freedom is on the lam.

Corrupt arms deals cost Iraq $800M

"The former minister Ali Allawi told CBS' "60 Minutes" that the arms fraud is 'one of the biggest thefts in history' and that corrupt former Iraqi officials are now 'running around the world hiding and scurrying around.'

"He did not name the officials who allegedly stole the money. But Iraqi investigators are probing several weapons and equipment deals engineered by former procurement officer Ziad Cattan and other defense officials."

The Iraqis ARE learning how to have a US form of government.

Report says Iraq contractor is hiding data

"A Halliburton subsidiary that has been subjected to numerous investigations for billions of dollars in contracts it received for work in Iraq has systematically misused federal rules to withhold basic information on its practices from American officials, a federal oversight agency said yesterday."

Offenders should be water boarded until the data is released.

Halliburton cited for Iraq overhead

"A report released yesterday by the inspector general's office overseeing Iraq spending found that at least 55 percent, or $163 million, of $296 million in total costs rung up by Halliburton unit KBR went to expenses such as back-office support, transportation and security. That percentage was significantly higher than it was on work by other firms in Iraq, and experts said it is far above what is typically found on a government contract."

Labour laws trampled at new US embassy ex-foreman says

"Some contractors, many working as subcontractors to Halliburton /KBR in Iraq, were found to be using deceptive, bait-and-switch hiring practices and charging recruiting fees that indebted low-paid migrant workers for many months or even years to their employers. Contractors were also accused of providing substandard, crowded sleeping quarters, serving poor food, and circumventing Iraqi immigration procedures."

How the Bush family makes a killing from George's presidency

"But Carlucci has another secret weapon - Bush Sr. Amid conflict-of-interest allegations, the elder Bush resigned from the Carlyle Group in 2003, but reportedly remains on retainer, opening doors to lucrative profits in the Middle East and elsewhere. Bush Sr.'s specialty is Saudi Arabia; in fact, he was at a Carlyle investment conference with Osama bin Laden's estranged brother, Shafiq bin Laden, when the 9/11 attacks took place.

"Carlyle specializes in military and security investments, and with Bush Jr. in office, the company's profits have soared; it received $677 million in contracts in 2002, then a whopping $2.1 billion in 2003. Carlyle's investors currently enjoy an equity capital pool of over 44 billion dollars."

I read an opinion piece recently that I meant to include in Picks and didn't. The point I liked was the idea that the war criminals responsible for the looting of the US treasury should be held financially accountable, paying back from their own personal fortunes.

Ex-CIA chief Tenet joins "James Bond" research firm

"QinetiQ is partly owned by U.S. private equity firm Carlyle Group, whose advisers have included former U.S. President George Bush and former British Prime Minister John Major."

Tony Blair will be similarly rewarded.

US 'cannot stay course' in Iraq

"The US is not winning in Iraq and will not be able to stay the course in the long-term, a US state department insider has said."

It was a clear moment in lying last Sunday when The Moron said he has never advocated staying the course in Iraq. On Monday morning, Al Franken played a montage of the Monkey insisting we must stay the course in Iraq.

New York Times "military analysis" foreshadows US bloodbath in Baghdad

"Calling the 'Baghdad security plan' the American military’s 'last hand,' Gordon writes: 'But military commanders here see no plausible alternative to their bedrock strategy to clear violence-ridden neighborhoods of militias, insurgents and arms caches, hold them with Iraqi and American security forces, and then try to win over the population with reconstruction projects.... There is no fallback plan that the generals are holding in their hip pocket. This is it.'"

Killing will continue until the violence stops.

Dying to save the GOP Congress

"IF you happened to be up around dawn on Tuesday, you could witness the death rattle of our adventure in Iraq live on CNN. Zalmay Khalilzad, the American ambassador, and Gen. George W. Casey Jr., the American commander, were making new promises from the bunker of the Green Zone, inspiring about as much confidence as Jackie Gleason and Art Carney hatching a get-rich-quick scheme to sell a kitchen gadget on 'The Honeymooners.'"

Iraqis were better off under Saddam, says former weapons inspector

"Former UN chief weapons inspector Hans Blix on Wednesday described the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq as a 'pure failure' that had left the country worse off than under the dictatorial rule of Saddam Hussein."

Th-th-th-that's all, folks!

As violence grows, oil rich Kirkuk could oil key to Iraq's future: Tribal chiefs call for return of Saddam while Kurds eye a new federal state

"Accompanied by about 500 clansmen and a gaggle of local journalists, the 35 Sunni sheikhs - from Mosul, Tikrit, Samarra and Hawija - converged last week on Hindiya, on the scrappy western edges of Kirkuk, to swear their undying opposition to 'conspiracies' to partition Iraq and to pledge allegiance to their president, Saddam Hussein."

'US withdrawal from Iraq would be disastrous for Israel'

"'The influence of Iran in Iraq would have spillover effects in Lebanon and Syria. In addition, radical Sunnis in Iraq could spill over into Jordan,' Heller said.

"The result would be that 'the terror efforts currently directed against US forces in Iraq would be turned against Israel,' Heller said."

S**t happens.

US naval war games off the Iranian coastline: A provocation which could lead to war?

"There is a massive concentration of US naval power in the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea. Three US naval strike groups off the Iranian coastline are deployed: USS Enterprise, USS Eisenhower and USS Iwo Jima Expeditionary Strike Group.

"The naval strike groups have been assigned to fighting the 'global war on terrorism.'

"Tehran considers the US war games to be conducted in the Persian Gulf, off the Iranian coastline as a provocation, which is intended to trigger a potential crisis and a situation of direct confrontation between US and Iranian naval forces in the Persian Gulf:"

Iran sounds an awful lot like Iraq

"The new law got virtually no coverage in the congressional rush to adjourn and amid the controversy surrounding e-mails between Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.) and teenage boys serving in the House page program. It has been overshadowed since by North Korea's explosion of a nuclear device and the world's debate about how to respond.

"But if the confrontation over Iran's alleged nuclear weapons program ends in war — initiated by this administration or the next — you can bet this law will be cited as proof that Congress was onboard all along."

Gulf arab states are giving up on America

"When US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited the region earlier this month as part of a new diplomatic initiative with the message of a new 'Middle East,' she received a cold response. Arab leaders agreed to meet her and listen to her statements and arguments because it was part of the diplomatic protocol. Moreover, Arab tradition demands that a visitor be treated with respect and kindness.

"But Arab leaders also know US policy is not made in the State Department. Rather, the real power resides in the White House in the form of the vice president's office and the National Security Council. Despite the portrayal of the Arab world as being backward and living in the past, its rulers and populations, in fact, have a keen awareness about the realities of the new international system and they can see right through the American pretensions."

America's middle class has become globalization's loser

"But there is a flip side to the coin. First, Americans are so optimistic that they often blur the line between optimism and naivete. Public, private and corporate debt far exceeds any previously known dimensions. Forever piously trusting in a future rosier than the present, millions of households are borrowing so much money that they end up endangering the very future they're looking forward to. The lower and middle classes have practically given up on putting aside any savings. They're going into the 21st century like a poverty-stricken, Third World family, living from hand to mouth without any financial reserves whatsoever."

The jackal's feast goes on by Chris Floyd

"In other words, as oft reported here (and here and here), much of that money has simply disappeared – into corporate coffers, into copious baksheesh for the Bush-backed Iraqi government, into kickbacks for Congressional vultures, and doubtless into slush funds both for covert ops (including perhaps the Bushists' deliberate fomenting of terrorism and arming of militias) and domestic politics. We are most likely seeing the fruits of some of this blood money wash up on American screens at this very moment, as the GOP's last-ditch "Smear and Fear" campaign goes into hyperdrive."

GAO chief warns economic disaster looms

"David M. Walker sure talks like he's running for office. 'This is about the future of our country, our kids and grandkids,' the comptroller general of the United States warns a packed hall at Austin's historic Driskill Hotel. 'We the people have to rise up to make sure things get changed.'"

Walker always makes sense to me. And when you realize that everything BushCo touches turns to merde, Walker is right.

Slumping and squeezing

"In the past few days, President Bush has tried to turn Americans' attention away from the growing chaos in Iraq and toward the 'good news' of the economy. Unemployment is at a 'historic low' and core inflation remains under three percent. The right wing is also pointing to record Dow Jones levels as evidence of the success of Bush's tax cuts. 'No question that a strong economy is going to help our candidates,' Bush said in a CNBC interview on Monday, 'primarily because they have got something to run on, they can say our economy's good because I voted for tax relief.' Nevertheless, the public refuses to buy the administration's talking points on the country's economic 'progress.' According to a new USA Today/Gallup poll, 54 percent of Americans believe the economy is getting worse. 'It comes down to the issue of credibility. And so many voters feel so pessimistic about the direction of the country,' said Amy Walter, a senior editor of the Cook Political Report. Job growth in September was the lowest since Oct. 2005, and the share of the population in poverty rose from 11.3 percent in 2000 to 12.6 percent in 2005. Most Americans -- including the middle class -- have been left behind by Bush's tax cuts and continue to see the costs of living rise, wages stagnate, and financial insecurity increase."

Russo film exposes criminal banking syndicate that rules America

"Aaron Russo expertly exposes the traitorous Federal Reserve Act and the fact that there is no law that stipulates American citizens have to pay income taxes. The ratification of the 16th amendment, also known as the 'Tax amendment', represents a fundamental undermining of Constitutional law in America. It is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated against the American people by the elite private banking institutions that have usurped government as an arm of their overall control mechanism."

A few weeks ago, I said I'd write something about the film, America: Freedom to Fascism. I didn't, but this is a good summary.

America Freedom to Fascism authorized version

Sales of existing homes fall

Sales of existing homes fell for a sixth straight month in September and the median sales price dropped on an annual basis by the largest amount on record, further documenting a lukewarm housing market.

Economic growth totters to 1.6 pct. pace

"The economy has slowed to a snail's pace, growing in the just-finished quarter at the slowest rate in more than three years and stirring fresh debate about the country's financial health heading into the elections."

The case of Curt Weldon: Republican congressman targeted after criticizing 9/11 cover-up

"Weldon’s revelations were confirmed by five military officers or Pentagon contractors formerly involved in Able Danger. Colonel Anthony Shaffer came forward as one of the sources of Weldon’s allegations, telling the press that the 9/11 Commission had been informed of the Able Danger project and had asked the Pentagon for documents on it, then said nothing about Able Danger in its final report."

Throwing one of their own under the bus. Good one to read through.

Bush's family profits from 'No Child' act

"A company headed by President Bush's brother and partly owned by his parents is benefiting from Republican connections and federal dollars targeted for economically disadvantaged students under the No Child Left Behind Act."With investments from his parents, George H.W. and Barbara Bush, and other backers, Neil Bush's company, Ignite! Learning, has placed its products in 40 U.S. school districts and now plans to market internationally."

It was reported about five years ago on the Internet that Silverado was hawking this product. The Bush Crime Family is relentless.

Poison pill: How Abramoff's cronies sold the Medicare drug bill

"It’s well known that in his crusade to pass the bill, DeLay drew on more than 800 pharmaceutical-industry lobbyists, millions of dollars in campaign contributions, and the efforts of numerous business and healthcare groups. But this grossly flawed legislation could never have passed without the help of the same players who were central to Abramoff’s lobbying operation: Tony Rudy and Ed Buckham. Using a nest of nonprofits flush with corporate cash, the discredited lobbyists played a vital, albeit hidden, role in whittling down congressional opposition to the bill for more than a year before the final vote. In particular, Alexander Strategy made use of three senior nonprofit groups—the United Seniors Association, the Seniors Coalition and 60 Plus—and a Christian evangelical group, America 21, which were all funded heavily by the pharmaceutical industry. This is the story of how this shadowy network helped saddle the American public with the Medicare drug bill—the biggest, most important piece of policy in which the dubious talents of Abramoff’s acolytes were brought to bear."

Investigators say Speaker's aide hindered inquiry of Hill security contracts

"The former Appropriations Committee investigators said Ted Van Der Meid, Hastert’s chief counsel, resisted from the start the inquiry, which began with concerns about mismanagement of a secret security office and later probed allegations of bid-rigging and kickbacks from contractors to a Defense Department employee."

Putin gets mugged in Finland

"Most people won’t pay any attention to this week’s energy summit in Lahti, Finland, but they should. It is particularly instructive for anyone who is interested in the latest developments in the global resource war."The purpose of the meeting was to work out the nettlesome issues of energy policy, but the hidden agenda was to pressure Russian President Putin into signing away the control of his country’s critical assets to the big-players in the world energy cartel. The proposed 'Energy Charter Treaty' is designed to tie up Russia’s resources through legal obligations which serve the overall interests of the energy giants. The treaty is no different than the EU Constitution which was voted down last year when the 'informed' European public realized that it was just another boondoggle set up by big business to override national sovereignty, environmental safety, and civil liberties. The Energy Charter Treaty and the EU Constitution focus on the very same objectives, that is, establishing the legal framework for placing the world and its dwindling resources in the hands of a small cadre of obscenely-wealthy western plutocrats."

How close to catastrophe? (Scroll down)

"This homeostasis is now being disrupted by our brief binge of fossil fuel consumption, which has released a huge amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Indeed, at one point Lovelock predicts -- more gloomily than any other competent observer I am aware of -- that we have already pushed the planet over the brink, and that we will soon see remarkably rapid rises in temperature, well beyond those envisioned in most of the computer models now in use – themselves quite dire."

Humans living far beyond planet's means

"Humans are stripping nature at an unprecedented rate and will need two planets' worth of natural resources every year by 2050 on current trends, the WWF conservation group said on Tuesday. "Populations of many species, from fish to mammals, had fallen by about a third from 1970 to 2003 largely because of human threats such as pollution, clearing of forests and overfishing, the group also said in a two-yearly report."

Paul Erlich was right.

Tackle climate change or face deep recession, world's leaders warned

"Sir Nicholas Stern, a former chief economist with the World Bank, will warn that governments need to tackle the problem head-on by cutting emissions or face economic ruin. The findings, due to be released on Monday, will turn economic argument about global warming on its head by insisting that fighting global warming will save industrial nations money. The US refused to join the Kyoto protocol, the international agreement on greenhouse gas emissions, because George Bush said it would harm the economy."

Bush must be listened to carefully in order to understand the truth is in opposition to his falsehoods.

We fiddle as the continent turns to dust: All attempts to turn Australia into a new Europe have failed miserably, writes Paul Sheehan

"I wonder what history will say about us when we are gone, off to that great absolute water frontage in the sky?

"That we fiddled while Rome burned? That we were the wealthiest society in our history, worth more than $350,000 for every man, woman and child, with the biggest homes, the most cars, the highest debt, the lowest savings, the highest rates of obesity and excess weight, and the greatest amount of consumerism, gambling and drug consumption, while the landscape, the lifeblood of the nation, died around us, a disaster drowned out by the clamour of consumerism."

Ozone layer

"'From September 21 to 30, the average area of the ozone hole was the largest ever observed, at 10.6 million square miles,' said Paul Newman, atmospheric scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. If the stratospheric weather conditions had been normal, the ozone hole would be expected to reach a size of about 8.9 to 9.3 million square miles, about the surface area of North America."

Quotes from

"I believe marriage is a sacred institution that is critical to the health of our society and the well being of families, and it must be defended." -- Dubya, threatening to leave Pickles if boys are allowed to play house, Link Yes, George - how can your marriage endure such an assault? Have you decided on a date to leave her? Who gets custody of the alkies?

"What's striking both in Bush's and Cheney's attitude towards water torture is that it never even occurs to them that there is a moral issue here. It's a 'no-brainer'. Here we are on the outside having impassioned debates about the rights and wrongs of abuse and torture of detainees and these two most powerful men simply assume it's fine. Their only concern is that they can find a legal euphemism in order to lie about it and pretend it isn't happening. And remember who their base is: Christians. Orwell could not have invented this." -- Andrew Sullivan, former (?) chief cheerleader for these torture-happy bastards, Link

"You ought to just back off, take a look at it, relax, understand that it's complicated, it's difficult," - Rumsfeld to war critics, Link

"I have the biggest audience around; they know what's going on. I have 20 million warriors with me." - Rush the vulgar Pigboy, lying about Michael J Fox

"It is downright mean to mislead people who suffer from horrible diseases that there is a [stem cell] cure around the corner -- if only Republicans could be defeated." -- Rush the Ann Coulter wannabe

"He is exaggerating the effects of the disease. He's moving all around and shaking and it's purely an act...This is really shameless of Michael J. Fox. Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting." -- Rush the vulgar Pigboy, also known as "Ann Coulter with a penis", probably...

"When you see someone with those movements, it's not because they have not taken medication but because they probably have taken medication for some time. If you don't take the medication, then you freeze." -- the National Parkinson Foundation, Link

"I believe Iraq will be able to defend, govern and sustain itself. Otherwise, I'd pull our troops out." -- Der Giggling Murderer, Link

"Things have become so dire for the GOP that Bush is cutting and running from Bush. A presidency built on message discipline ('Stay the course') is trying to salvage itself with un-messaging ('No more stay the course')" - Maureen Dowd, Link

"Democrats seek to exploit the war to gain electoral advantage." --Elizabeth Dole, Link

"The current support for Bush's impeachment is much, much higher than support for Clinton's impeachment ever was. Yet, the media refuses to talk about impeaching Bush... Clinton's 73% approval rating during impeachment is double that of Bush's - 35%." --flicknut, Link

"Yesterday, Bill O'Reilly said Afghanistan has been 'successful' and that 'there's no danger at all of the Taliban reclaiming that country. At the worst, he said, the Taliban will be 'annoying.'" --Think Progress, Link

"U.S. military officials say cross-border attacks by the Taliban are up '300 percent' since Musharraf declared a 'truce' with tribal leaders in the region that borders Afghanistan." --Gretchen Peters, Link

"One cannot win the Global War on Terror if one does not understand it." -- Dennis Hastert (R-Pedo), explaining why Bush is losing both wars, Link

"When you vote, you will determine the taxes you pay for years to come. You will feel the results every April 15." -- Dubya, on why we have to pay more - so the super-rich can pay less Link

"Iraq is not awash in sectarian violence." -- General Casey, (R-Liar) on CNN

"We've never been "stay the course." -- Bush, lying about Iraq again, Link

Have you ever seen a boy lie this much?

"We will stay the course." --Dubya, 08/30/06, Link

"We will stay the course, we will complete the job in Iraq." --Dubya, 08/4/05, Link

"We will stay the course until the job is done. We're just going to stay the course." --Dubya, 12/15/03, Link

"And my message today to those in Iraq is: We'll stay the course." --Dubya, 04/13/04, Link
"I will not withdraw, even if Laura and Barney are the only ones supporting me." --Dubya, able to convince Pickles Stepford and a dog that he's right, Link

"If we have some of these wild Democrats in charge of these congressional committees, it will be a ghastly thing for our country. I would hate to think . . . what my son's life would be like if their Republican Party lost its majorities." -- Poppy the enabler, calling accountability "ghastly." Link

"Let me get this straight. Osama is threatening to attack again, so we should vote for the people who haven't been able to catch him for the last five years?" -- Jimmy Kimmel

"I think I'd just commit suicide..." -- McCain, when asked what he'd do if Democrats took control Link John, we know you've committed a lot of sins, like lying and whoring, ...but suicide? It makes me wonder how deep you are into Bush's crooked ass.

"I think I'm the second most criticized person in the country. You're first by a large margin, but I'm second." -- Bill O'Reilly, a victim of self-importance, to Der Monkey,


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