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Friday, April 7, 2017

Ron Paul on Syria gas attack: 'It doesn't make sense. Zero chance Assad did this.'



You would have to be a fool to believe that Assad has successfully waged war against insurgents and terrorists for roughly six years, won much of their lost territory back, while carefully playing a dangerous political chess game on the world stage to thwart foreign military intervention targeting its own national forces, to then now, six years into a successful campaign on all front, use WMD's.

Also, lets now forget that all parties reached an agreement in late 2013 for the chemical weapon disarmament of Syria.

It is beyond absurd, and at this time, after going round and round with friend on the subject, do not have the energy to give this the post it deserves. More to come later.



More (and much more beyond these) on Syria:

Is Obama still aiding ISIS?

Rebels Admit Responsibility for Chemical Weapons Attack (2013)

General Wesley Clark - The overthrow of Syria was planned over ten years ago

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Oui Le Pen!



Bryan Doueblue
16 février 2017

Le temps de prendre votre souveraineté! Votre pays a donné naissance de la féodalité et du vrai nationalisme en Europe. Être un nationaliste est un patriote, pas un Nazi.

Bruxelles et leur contrôle sur les nations de l'Europe est en panne... Et il devrait échouer.

Voici quelques citations de l'un des fondateurs de l'UE - votre propre Jean Monnet :

"Les gens n'acceptent que les changer lorsqu'ils sont aux prises avec la nécessité, et la nécessité de reconnaître que lorsqu'une crise est sur eux."

"l'ONU doit être guidé vers le super-État sans leurs citoyens de comprendre ce qui se passe. Ceci peut être réalisé par étapes successives, chacune déguisés en ayant un but économique, mais qui finira par conduire à la fédération et irréversible." (30 avril 1952) 

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Fuk U Fukushima


Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
February 9, 2017

Fukushima is worse now than ever before.


You gotta love nukes. Of course the Obama administration downplayed this as well as he is very much in bed with the nuclear lobby (another reason he was on the attack on coal etc. - and NOT advocating and pushing for alternative energy like Spain has done - and why he helped proliferation of nuclear power). Must have been another reason, along with his kill lists and role in ruining nations (Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc.), why he received a Nobel Peace Prize - a total sham of a 'prize'.









Yet, some of us knew this was the case a long time ago, know which way the wind is blowing, and can actually recognize when something smells bad.

I realize there are some people out there that just cannot deal with some things and will call reporting on this 'fear mongering'; irregardless that this is reality they can only operate with a protective stance of denial and seek only warm and fuzzy comfort rather than face the world head-on. And this special kind of cowardice needs to end now as it is precisely the kind of mentality that will bring zero change to this planet.

Nukes, both energy and weapons, should be rid of. No matter what it's a fucking ticking time bomb in which the best case scenario we have loads of insanely radioactive waste with which we just sweep under the rug.

All that glorious rain we've been having here in California... Hmm... Where does that rain originate from? You can bet that we, on the west coast, got a little dose of Fuk U from General Electric and TEPCO this winter.

Once again, this [the nuclear industry] is another example of humanity being held hostage by a few greedy assholes. Really, who was consulted with nuclear power? Who would say "oh that sounds great" when informed of just the byproduct of the industry, piling up, and remaining hot for thousands of years? THAT is 100% insanity. We are effectively held hostage and progress is kept at bay for the purpose of profit and its bottom line. The fact that some idiots would substitute nuclear power for coal, especially given modern advances in coal, is backwards and sad. It's absolutely NUCLEAR WAR IN SLOW MOTION. And, in the end, it's scary to think of the long-term health impact of this. Added upon the unknown effects of GMO's coupled with whatever we breath in the air via geoengineering, it's shocking that we remain docile, distracted sheep.

You want proof that, as an American, our 'leaders' and goofy, industry infested alphabet agencies, don't give a damn about the health of you and your children? Take a look at this article from 2011 that compares the differences in response to Fukushima between California and Korea. They don't care about you. They only care about business as usual, money, and power. And decade after decade we place our concerns in silly political bullshit sideshows, on the left and right, while we are being very much screwed at every angle. And still, most people have their eyes closed to the real problems that plague humanity and this planet. Essentially, while experiencing radioactive rain, Korea closed 160 schools to protect children... While in California, we measured radioactivity ten times higher, no schools were closed or citizens advised to avoid the rain, and instead our precious EPA raised safe radiation levels - not one time, but multiple times.

Yet Spain is seemingly the only nation with a forward-thinking perspective. Shame that they too are then not immune to its neighbors, such as France, which operates nearly sixty nuclear reactors.

Nuclear Energy Around the World. As of November 2016, 30 countries worldwide are operating 450 nuclear reactors for electricity generation and 60 new nuclear plants are under construction in 15 countries. Nuclear power plants provided 10.9 percent of the world's electricity production in 2012.

All that risk for 10.9% of our power. Worth it you think?

Yeah, I'm pissed off, again, about this. But maybe you should be too.

What will it take for humanity to wake up and, not demand, but effect real change? How long must we wait for the rest of you to get pissed about something other than your favorite sports team losing or what the real 1% want to distract you with? The clock is ticking...

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Wind power was Spain's top source of electricity in 2013

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Friday, January 20, 2017

The Dark History of Killer Whale Captures



Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
January 19, 2017

You know, while watching this I was thinking to myself, "Why don't these orcas start biting the people netting them and roping them in half?" - if I weighed 3-6 tons and had interlocking teeth that were like zippers I'd get my revenge. Yet they never do. And it's not because they can't be mean or violent as they will rake each other and, due to their massive lobes dealing with emotion (even of which some aspects humans lack) they are very emotional beings, and since we [I think erroneously] equate brain size to intelligence, if this is the case, the orca may be smarter than us, or possess an intelligence rivaling humans, but simply lack an opposing thumb to prove it [to naysayer self-important humans]. Then it dawned on me; their intelligence, plus their known differing cultures and unique dialects [described by people like Biggs] to be much like human language, would likely have them realizing the rock and a hard place situation they find themselves in while they are corralled and captured; they likely recognize the human capacity for technology and that capacity outweighs our physical control over them. They likely fear an unseen, but foreseen, retribution - and it's quite possible that due to their culture they know of past experiences with humans.

Of course, for most, culture is defined solely as belonging only to humans... Just another archaic closed-minded remnant of slowly dying times.

Definition of "culture" - the integrated pattern of human knowledge, belief, and behavior that depends upon the capacity for learning and transmitting knowledge to succeeding generations

I actually believe many animals have culture, as many animals transmit knowledge to the coming generation. A mother cheetah or lion teaches her young how to hunt, what to hunt, what to fear, and their place in the world (or food chain) and their kind. Of course self-celebrated academics would likely argue that culture is knowledge passed through language and written word... But I find that line of thought dismissive and narrow-minded. As Joaquin Phoenix stated in Earthlings, it's a speciest perspective to think contrarily.

I find it utterly amazing that they have, not once, attacked their attackers during selection and capture. In captivity, somewhat, yes (although the damage, even to Dawn Brancheau, given their capability, is very limited)... In the wild during these events, never.

I also find it confusing and stupid that nowhere are people making noise about Russian captures which continue until now. China is currently seeking to capture orcas but, as of yet, has been purchasing them from Russia.

More orcas captured in the Okhotsk Sea, Russia—When will it stop?

Orca capture trade has moved to Russia, China, activists say

China:

China's Marine Park Boom Is Driving the Capture of Whales and Dolphins

Chinese Company Seeks to Capture Orcas and Hundreds of Marine Mammals in Namibia

I dislike China a little more each year. As the article stated, regarding animal trade and trafficking, too many roads lead back to China.

In my book, Ted Griffin will go down in history as an asshole. Some people would say he changed, that he advocates for captive dolphins. But, had he not done what he began doing in the mid-1960's, there might not be any captive orca to advocate for.

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