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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is half dead...

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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What transpired yesterday in Oakland, CA, with police dispersing peaceful protests, with threats of arrest and force, and done using chemicals, is simply the latest of the attacks and degradation of the U.S. Constitution and our rights as Americans. Our rights have been under constant attack and erosion since 9/11.


Here is what gets me though when watching footage of asshole cops using unnecessary force, and maybe cops in general that take part in jailing people whom are peacefully assembling on public properties; don't these guys live in the U.S. as well? How much do they make... maybe $60k if they are lucky... quite a difference between them and Warren Buffet, no? What country will their kids live in and what/who will provide and protect THEIR rights (we all know it isn't our kids over in Iraq on their seventh tour)? Human beings have a serious fault with a lack of forward thinking. I am sure we all know and have seen pieces on shows like 20/20 that illustrate that police departments across the country do not want smart cops... they aim low on the IQ scale and simply want people that will obey without thought. These cops face the same exact things the protesters are addressing, the protesters pay their salary, and the cops work for the protesters... not city politicians... I guess they forget and need reminding.  There is a lot more citizens than there are them... so if you are a cop, especially if you are an LT or something, think ahead and think in general a little bit.


Should a worst-case economic scenario unfolds here (and it is coming) I can at least look at people like the ones firing tear gas at peaceful people and have some twisted pleasure seeing them lose their savings, homes, and retirement. Carlin always said things like that best.

I wonder if Oakland PD came into a rather large donation by JP Morgan as happened in NYC just prior to the mass arrests there.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Here is one for the flu shot cheerleaders...

Toxic preservatives in flu shots may increase your risk of  Alzheimer's... by as much as ten times.
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"The mercury and other additives in vaccines are not necessarily harmless, according to HUGH FUDENBURG, MD - celebrated immunologist (served on the expert advisory panel in immunology for the WHO for 20 years), winner of numerous honors with over 800 papers in peer reviewed journal and noted researcher in Alzheimer's.  Quoting a recent study, Dr Fudenberg stated the following:"If an individual has had 5 consecutive flu shots between 1970 - 1980 (the years of the study) his/her chance of developing Alzheimer's Disease is 10 times greater than if they had 1, two or no shots."  When asked why, Dr. Fudenberg stated that it is due to the mercury and aluminum buildup that is in EVERY flu shot (and in almost all childhood shots). The gradual mercury and aluminum buildup in the brain causes cognitive dysfunction. Dr. Fudenberg's comments above were from his speech at the NVIC International Vaccine Conference, Arlington VA September, 1997. 

When I researched the internet for the above quote, it only seemed to appear on chiropractic sites and alternative treatment sites, so I wrote to Dr Fudenberg to validate that this was what he stated and also asked for a cite or article.  His answer to me was:


Statement is correct.
SEE my papers, Hazards of Vaccines 1 & 2 in Internat. J. Clin. Invest., 2000 & 2004

Dr Hugh Fudenberg, MD"

(doctor's bio and achievements)

Information borrowed from healthread.net

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All it takes is a little research and a little time for people to find truth.  The truth of the matter with the flu shot and vaccinations is that they are full of toxic preservatives... whether or not it works to begin with is something I am not addressing.  So, if you really can't deal with maybe being sick two or three days with the flu, and having an increased risk of Alzeimer's is worth the price of admission, then by all means, enjoy!


Take liquid nitrogen, add magnets/magnetic field and this is what you get..?

This is beyond cool.  Imagine how this could possibly be applied to transportation (rail etc)... no friction aside from air resistance.  I know nothing of physics so not sure what exactly is being applied here...

See it here.

I removed the video due to it annoyingly starting upon loading this blog.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Another domino fallen to the globalist banking elite and their NATO and al qaeda goons.

It appears that Gadhafi has been killed in Libya today... and one more country, whose natural resources can be manipulated and controlled by the banking and corporate "elites" of the west, is about to get raped.



Of course, as with all the typical news that pertains to the globalist agenda, details are never straightforward... I am sure the official story will develop as it goes along.  One thing is definitely certain, Gadhafi could not be left alive (just as Saddam Hussein), and he most certainly could not be allowed to give his unfiltered account of events to the people of the world.  And really, how stupid and naive is the typical Muslim in the Middle East and Africa... "Arab Spring"... didn't they mean "string"?  After all, they are being used just like one would use a puppet.  They think they will have democracy ( we don't even have democracy in the United States!) or a better life?  They think they will reap the bounties of their own natural resources?  Think again...

What I find funny is that the media is calling the insurgents in Libya "government fighters" now.  I suppose with a bit of spin I could begin telling people the sky is red.

That was very democratic and civilized, no?

Congratulations are now in order for BP especially.  Hey, why not head out to your local ARCO and buy some petrol or head into AM/PM to buy a delicious hot dog for the occasion?

Libya, say hello to the IMF and World Bank... you will get very cozy.

Next up; Iran???


Tuesday, October 18, 2011

A two minute video which illustrates the fact that about 14/15 people in China do not operate on a moral basis.


Correction: 18 out of 19 (not 14/15). Pathetic.



A picture is always worth a thousand words... isn't it?

10/21/2011: Wang Yue, died shortly after midnight of brain and organ failure.
"The respected Southern Metropolis Daily newspaper quoted a man it identified only as a hardware merchant Mr. Chen as saying that he had been receiving crank calls ever since someone picked him out as the 16th passer-by. He said he hadn't noticed the child."

And they say comments about Asians bad driving is a stereotype???  The guy couldn't see a fucking girl in a pool of blood feet from him!!!  Obviously he is lying.  Only the drivers of the vans are being held by police... why not all the shitheads walking right by her?  Fuck them all.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Gerald Celente on the state of the United States (and world), Wall Street & OWS, Iran, world war, and possibly light at the end of the tunnel.

Renowned trends forecaster Gerald Celente about the false flag op (the fantasy connection between Iran and Mexican cartels to kill Saudi officials) and the move toward World War Three. Celente forecasted that there will be a major war as the economy crumbles.
(Story taken from infowars.com.  Videos are in order.)






Friday, October 7, 2011

Let's hope "Occupy Wall Street" ends up being renamed "Occupy the Fed"

I am a complete cynic at heart.  Many people think this is a negative outlook, and to those people my response is that these days how could you not be guarded?

To the point...

When I first heard about Occupy Wall Street my first reaction was thinking it was rather silly... after all, Wall Street did not set the rules of the game, they play within its confines.  Then I learned that the protesters were occupying, in cities such as NYC, parks.  This, along with all sorts of people attempting to steer or hijack the movement (George Soros, Barry Soetoro (Obama), etc), made me outright dismiss it.




Now..

I am now beginning to be hopeful.  People in Dallas (spearheaded by Alex Jones) are at the Fed's regional headquarters... time will tell how committed.  In NYC We Are Change encouraged people to enter lower Manhattan (where Wall Street actually is).  With all the asshat communists, anarchists, MoveOn.org people (MoveOn is sponsored by Soros), etc. aside, there are plenty of people from all sorts of political persuasions at these protests that are spot on... with ending the Fed near the top of the list.

I plan on checking out Occupy Los Angeles tomorrow... hopefully they will head to a local Chase bank.

Tune in later for an update and pictures...


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PS: It appears the NYPD is using their old tactic of setting up a barrier around protesters and then arresting people within it. Quite a dirty trick during peaceful demonstrations in my opinion.  And again, the white shirts (officers?) are the most violent.  Videos can be found of them pepper spraying at random as well as using their batons on individuals.  Also, there is the strange footage of a person in a blue polo (NYPD?) with a camcorder actually filming the crowd... with the camera pointed at the crowd and not arrests it is obvious it is not a C-Y-A type purpose... I wonder to whom the footage will ultimately be handed.


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Update 10/8/2011: Well, here it is Saturday. I decided to not go to the LA site and instead went to Orange, CA with two friends... one of which was already there. When we arrived there was barely anybody there... maybe fifteen tops, with signs. In my opinion this is all the more reason to stay, as our presence in turn increased the demonstrations presence while LA has more than enough people. Lots of people drove by staring, some honking or giving thumbs up signs, while others scoffed/laughed/yelled things... all of whom have their interest rates, savings, and retirement tied into this broken economic system. If we fail at effecting any change and if an economic meltdown occurs I will take some twisted pleasure in seeing these people reap what they have allowed sown.
So, the moral of this post is in case you do go to your local "Occupy" or "99%" movement event and there is not many people there, to stay until the end... Your being there has much more significance than being among thousands of other demonstrators.
Friends Matt (Neck Deep (L)) and Ernie (10N5 (R)) in Orange.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

How does the idea of being fined for how you are dressed sound?


I've been to a few nude beaches in my life, when I was a teen, with the hopes of seeing some attractive naked women... only to be disappointed to see that everyone there was either old, overweight, or possibly gay.  Typically, all the wrong people enjoy sunning themselves at a nude beach.  Saggy pants is similar; you don't see Victoria Secret models walking around with their pants falling down.  Instead, you see (typically) skaters, the mentally ill, hip hop people, ghetto gang bangers and their hood rat "ho's" wearing saggy pants... and maybe some unlucky person that dropped a load in their pants.

While I think saggy pants looks like shit I don't think you should face fines or jail time for it... at least as long as nobody sees your plumbers crack.  Regardless, more and more cities across this country are looking at [or have already passed] ordinances that would make those wearing saggy pants face paying fines.  Just look here.

Here we are with another silly idea aimed at eroding personal liberty in this country and generating revenue.  Saggy pants are silly, but, as I said, so long as there is no indecent exposure this is absurd.  The reasons for these ordinances are quite simple really; we have every public agency and government in this country teetering on the brink of bankruptcy... and the only solution the "authorities" can come up with is finding new reasons to fine citizens (you can almost call this a tax... a saggy pants tax)... the other reason being nobody can mind their own business.

They call it an eye sore.  What are we going to create ordinances for next?  Fat people?  Ugly people?  Ugly cars?  Dyed hair?

These ordinances are the flip-side of the "stupid coin"... saggy pants reside on the other side.