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Monday, May 22, 2006

A Column: New World Order Senior Citizens RV Brigade Spying On Their Fellow Americans
 by Greg Szymanski, May 22, 2006

Last Updated: Thursday, May 25, 2006 06:25:20 PM

Patriot spies have uncovered new NSA program using seniors travelling the country in RV's as new American Gestapo agents. Slats Grobnik finds himself being targeted by the Ostrowski's, working out of their diesel pusher motor home.

Greg Szymanski"IT'S TIME TO GO for the jugular," said Slats Grobnik to his good buddy Sam the bartender, owner of the Countryside Tavern on Chicago's north side.


"What the hell you talkin' about, Slats?"


"I know the real bastards bringin' down the whole ball of wax in this country! I know who they are and I'm going to expose 'em if it's the last thing I do."


"Slats, for god sakes drink your beer. The last time you started this crap, some guy in a black coat pulled you off the bar stool and I didn't see you for a month."


Sam was referring to the incident in the tavern when Slats said Bush once laid naked in a Skill and Bones ceremony and then was hauled out by A CIA agent and taken to a Denver gulag.


Slats then spent a month undergoing electro shock and other New World Order remedies geared as silencing free-minded dissidents like Slats, joining others like Elsebeth Baumgartner, Carol Fisher and Susan Lindauer, all who have undergone similar treatment in recent months.


So if Slats was brainwashed and marginalized by the treatment he received in the gulag, a condition of his release being he would never speak out against Bush again, why is talking this way?


Did the treatment fail? Is he unable to control his free-minded spirit? Is he now in danger of going back to the gulag? How are the authorities monitoring him? Has he been micro-chipped?


As we ponder Slats fate while he continues to rant and rave to Sam about satanic worshipping in the White House, let's listen in on the lower level minions at NSA and Homeland Security, who are busy monitoring Slats on a daily basis from a mobile RV parked on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan, not far from the tavern.


Before checking in on the spies, information obtained from secret sources claim NSA officials are busy using taxpayer money to spy on Americans in a new program called the Senior Citizens RV Brigade to Fight Terrorism..


RVsAnd documents stolen from NSA headquarters by patriot spies show the RV Brigade is the latest government program used to encourage American citizens to spy on other citizens. It's also a way to utilize senior citizens, who are otherwise useless and expendable to the New World Order.


In this program, seniors who travel the country in their Winnebago's are equipped with high-level spy technology and directed energy weapons as well as being paid a handsome monthly stipend, including gas money, to spy on other Americans.


Deep within the government documents, officials claim this is the "perfect cover" while utilizing "unproductive, worthless seniors" in a worthwhile manner for the New World Order.


In Slats particular case, the Arctic Beacon has also learned that Doris and Stanley Ostrowski, who recently retired and are living out their "golden years" traveling in their 42 foot diesel pusher complete with a double slide-out and marble counter tops, have been hired by the NSA to spy on Slats.


"He seems like such a nice guy," said Doris, who is busy monitoring Slats at the motor home's computer station turned into a spy lab while Stash drinks a beer and watches the Cubs game on satellite TV.


"What, honey?" said Stanley.


"Mr. Grobnik, he's just like us, born on the north side of Chicago. Sometimes I feel guilty spying on him. He's not doing anything just drinking a beer and saying those nasty things about Bush, but everybody does that. DO you think we should keep doing this, honey, spying on Americans?"


"Hell, yes Doris. What are you thinkin'? How else are we gonna afford the gas money, We just sold the house and ain't sitting every day in some Wal Mart parking lot. Just keep listening, Doris, and keep filing the reports. Don't think about it. It's easy money and we are fighting terrorism, remember."


"I guess your right, Stanley."


"Your damn right, I'm right. They told us he's a KGB infiltrator, working for the commies and

Muslims undercover and with a name like Grobnik, it makes sense doesn't it Doris?"


"He just said Bush was a devil worshipper again, Stanley!"


"Well, hit the button the NSA guy told you to hit when he says that. Now, don't bother me, it's the bottom of the 9th and the bases are loaded."


Doris took her right index finger and pressed the button marked DEW-MICRO, holding it down 30 seconds like she was instructed.


"What did say the button does to Mr. Grobnik, Stanley?"


"It shuts him up. Just push like it, damn it! Push it like the man said! Is there another beer in the fridge, honey?"


"Why don't you push the button, Stanley Ostrowski?"


"I'm watchin' the Cubs, Doris. For Christ sakes, let me watch the game. I worked for 40 years in that foundry. Now let me watch the game!"


"Mr. Grobnik seems to be quiet now. He says he's leaving the tavern and going home to bed. Do you really think Mr. Grobnik is a terrorist, Stanley? He seems like such a nice man. He drinks Hamm's beer like you?"


"I can't believe it. Bases loaded and nobody out and the Cubs still lose. What'd you say, Doris?"


"Do you think Mr. Grobnik is a terrorist like the government told us?"


"Doris, whadda you care if he is or isn't? The feds pay us $3,000 a month and gas money. Look at all this fancy electronic equipment. We get satellite TV, high speed internet and we can go where we want and track him from anywhere."


"But if he is not a KGB agent we could be hurting the poor man, Stanley?"


"Doris, don't even go there. Just file the reports push the microwave buttons and don't question anything. Remember, they cut our pension money and we're living off this spy program now. Were fighting the war on terrorism for our country, any way. And, remember, if the government says Mr. Grobnik is a KGB agent, then damn it to hell he's a KGB agent pure and simple."


"I guess, you're right Stanley. I guess you're right."


"Now you're talkin' honey. Get me another beer while you at it and don't forget to push the zapper button when our KGB agent says something nasty about the government. Remember, like our NSA friend said:


 "We're fighting a war on terrorism and we're in the Senior Citizen's New World Order RV Brigade, on the front lines every day in a battle to save our country."


"Oh, Stanley, I love it when you talk like that. It reminds me how you used to talk when we first got married after Vietnam. Here's your beer, Stanley. Here's your beer."

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Editor's extremely important note:


Every once in a blue moon Greg writes a column and checks in with his Chicago buddy, Slats Grobnik, a man immortalized in the many famous columns by the late truth seeking journalist, Mike Royko, also from Chicago. Over the years, Slats' big mouth always seemed to get him in trouble, but in fascist America under the Bush regime it's getting pretty bad. Greg's satirical political columns also once appeared regularly across the heartland of America but now only come out from hiding once in awhile for no good reason other than a lack of time or a deep desire to reduce excess political pontification to a bare minimum. However, exceptions do arise occasionally when a few words from the peanut gallery are needed and hopefully welcomed.

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Greg Szymanski Greg also has his own daily show on the Republic Broadcast Network. Go to www.rbnlive.com Greg Szymanski is an independent investigative journalist and his articles can been seen at www.LewisNews.com. He also writes for American Free Press and has his own site www.arcticbeacon.com

Listen to my Radio Broadcast live Monday night at 8pm Pacific time on LewisNews, returning Jan. 1 2006 Radio http://webs.lewisnews.com/radio/index.htm. Greg is also regular on Rense.com the first Thursday of every month at 9-10 pm pacific time.

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