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Friday, March 30, 2012

So you think chemtrails are'nt real?

And you think those of us that publish pictures and videos and speak about it are crazy conspiracy theorists?

Take a look at this U.S. Air Force manual from 1990:



Yeah... 'nough said.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Thanks...

Last month alone this blog obtained over 500 visits... impressive to me as with any of my "ventures" I don't advertise.

So, I just wanted to say thanks to those of you that visit my blog from time to time, and a thanks as well to those that have shared any of my posts.

My pants would be pregnant right now if that were possible...


Back in 2001, what was once one of my favorite bands got together, after having not played together since 1996, to record some music for a show in the UK about Sonic Youth and the influence they've had.  I heard bits and pieces (they had a clip on the OX4 site I think back then) but had no idea the entire performance was at one time available.  Somehow I found out about it just now, and after looking for places to get it it seems it is now unavailable.

"Taken from the Channel 4 "Pioneers" sessions. Recorded in October 2001 by the group, who briefly reunited to record this for a television series. The band did not rehearse at all before getting together.
Limited edition of 1000 copies.
Released and distributed by the band solely through the Oxford, UK music website.
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Ride - Coming Up For Air (Limited Edition)

Tracklist:

Soundcheck 1 (4:12)

Soundcheck 2 (1:32)

Performance (31:48) 

 

Ride is... or was :( :

Mark Gardener

Andy Bell 

Steve Queralt

Laurence Colbert

 

Official Site

  

I have uploaded it to mediafire (mp3 @ 192kbps).















Wednesday, March 28, 2012

To try and catch a cheater...

When looking at my referring sites I noticed traffic coming to my blog from a site offering services to spy on whomever your intended target is.  It looks like someone that has or is a reader of my blogs might be up to no good.

This post is to be a message to that person, who may be screwing over his family, friends, and their own dignity.  This is coming from a guy that sees attractive women, but unlike other animals, I don't run around and look for opportunities to stick my finger in other water...  My actions are not dictated by what I have in my pants.

Let this serve as a heads-up if this person is in fact doing wrong to her/his significant other; if you need to live life as an hedonistic animal do so - be an adult... break off your relationship, accept responsibility, face the consequences, and stop wasting another person's life, and your time.

With that said, the notion that anyone has the ability to spy on you (listen to you and your private conversations, among other things) is a bit unsettling to me... yet I understand that there are people out there that are being severely fucked over by their significant other and are completely in the dark about it... that is, aside from suspicion.  I always knew that government agencies had this ability and never liked it, and I always thought that it was a total violation of our rights... needless to say that these agencies can spy on you even with your phone turned off.

I think, maybe in most cases, people and their gut instincts are typically right on track (just as when you take a test they say your first answer is statistically the right one), and these notions are often ignored because as I've always said - people do not like inconvenience... and in these cases it is both parties - the victim and the abuser.  The victim does not want their lives turned upside down and the abuser selfishly doesn't want to give up anything.  I find this terribly sad, and these people, the victims, should be reminded that character is only built and strengthened when facing tribulation.

I think if people were true to themselves and those around them maybe the world might be a little bit better.  I'm not saying I am perfect and I, regretfully, don't have a perfect past either.  There is enough greed in the world that it is a shame to allow it to consume you and your personal relationships, no?

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For those that think they might be on the receiving end of a "cheater": Listen to yourself... that inner voice, and take the time to rationally contemplate it.  Remember that if the worst-case is true, the worst thing you can do for yourself is to ignore it (think of it as a form of cancer - your relationship is malignant).  The best thing you can do is to face it head on and begin to live your life (you only have one), do the things you always wanted to do but never had the courage.

And for those out there cheating (be it in any form): Be true in the sense you are not two people living within the same space at the same time; exchanging masks and personalities as you see fit to benefit yourself, much to the detriment of those you overtly act like you care for and love.

Resolution Calls for Impeachment if Obama Does Not Seek War Authorization from Congress


Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
March 8, 2012

Rep. Walter Jones, a North Carolina Republican, has introduced H. Concurrent Resolution 107, which calls on the House, the Senate Concurring, to prevent Obama from starting another war without authorization from Congress. The resolution was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary on March 7.

 Obama has violated article I, section 8, clause 11 of the Constitution.

Obama’s unconstitutional decision to involve the U.S. in the illegal attack on Libya without the consent of Congress motivated at least some members of the House of Representatives to demand an explanation. On June 3 of last year, the House passed a resolution demanding that the president provide an explanation to the American people, a request that was ignored by Obama and his administration.

Rep. Jones’ resolution states that any use of military force by Obama without explicit consent and authorization of Congress constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under article II, section 4 of the Constitution.

It will be interesting to see if the resolution makes it out the Committee on the Judiciary. It was virtually ignored by the corporate establishment media.

The resolution reads as follows:

“IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
March 7, 2012

Mr. JONES submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Expressing the sense of Congress that the use of offensive military force by a President without prior and clear authorization of an Act of Congress constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under article II, section 4 of the Constitution.

Whereas the cornerstone of the Republic is honoring Congress’s exclusive power to declare war under article I, section 8, clause 11 of the Constitution: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That it is the sense of Congress that, except in response to an actual or imminent attack against the territory of the United States, the use of offensive military force by a President without prior and clear authorization of an Act of Congress violates Congress’s exclusive power to declare war under article I, section 8, clause 11 of the Constitution and therefore constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under article II, section 4 of the Constitution.”

Read the Resolution in full here.

Article printed from Infowars: http://www.infowars.com
URL to article.

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How does "high crimes" equate to a misdemeanor?  Are we really this screwed up?  And the administration ignores the House?!?

24 Hours to Tell Obama and the FDA to Label GMOs!

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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Trayvon & KONY 2012: Ignorant people love to get on any bandwagon to feel better about themselves...

... without investigating, researching, etc into their "cause".  I will add Trayvon Martin to that list as well: people are killed all the time - sometimes in self defense, and others because people are maybe inherently evil creatures.  I can post many examples of people that have been murdered, and some by the hands of oppressive police... but what's the point?  You can do that... and if you don't buy what I am saying and refuse to look into the facts of reality why are you reading my blog?  I ask myself, for all of the people I looked up and some I put on my Facebook; where was Obama giving a televised speech for these victims - many we KNOW were murdered... where was Sharpton??  Right, it doesn't fit their personal agendas - and by track record we know for a fact that Obama and his globalist masters want the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment gone.

I will continue by saying all the people signing a petition to have Zimmerman arrested are bandwagon morons; two people, and two people only were there - one is dead and one is not.  That leaves ONE man who knows specifically what happened.  If Trayvon really was kicking his ass it doesn't deserve a death sentence.  But, we really have no idea.  Sure, the police may have botched the investigation, but the Justice Department is involved, and while I don't have faith in my government much at all, there is no other recourse.  Surely, the answer isn't to appease a dimwit mob mentality acting on pure emotion, precluding any form of rational thought regarding this mess.


People like being sheep.  People don't like being inconvenienced with truths and they don't need to be bothered to be prodded to get off their asses and inform themselves.

And here, before you I give you the "Invisible Children" and KONY 2012.  What an apt name, "Invisible Children".  This was the "Trayvon" movements predecessor; and people just flocked onto the bandwagon full of ignorance and laziness... to feel good about themselves.



Let that be a lesson to you all.  And just think about the chaos now ensuing over a possible murder in Sanford, Florida (oh how I despise that state).  People marching and calling for justice etc., while we are waging wars of aggression, were lied to (well the morons out there believed it) into war, our taxes used to keep multi-national corporations afloat, our politicians no longer represent us, our education systems are broken, our currency is hollow and controlled by the international banking elite, and our Constitution has been under constant erosion since 9/11.

Funny how people pick and choose isn't it?

It is my opinion that George Zimmerman is a moron.  Does that mean he should be wrangled up and locked up because the masses demand it?  NO.  Either we have laws and those that enforce it, and trust those people, laws, and processes, as well as have oversight on those that police us, or we have bedlam... simple as that.  You don't set this up and make exceptions where you see fit - especially based off of pure suspicion and emotions running high.  In a court of law suspicion means NOTHING; real justice requires fact.


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Monday, March 19, 2012

Verizon and cable companies are in collusion to control broadband markets...


Verizon has struck a backroom deal with a cartel of cable companies — including Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cox Communications — to stop competing against one another and instead divvy up the spoils of the growing mobile market. And they’re keeping mum on the details of this arrangement.
Whether you use a mobile phone or a desktop to access the Internet, this secret deal is bad news for anyone wanting online communications to be affordable and open to all. The public must know the specifics about these shenanigans — and the FCC should reject this deal.



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 All we need is large corporations dominating markets further... and holding markets so that competition is stifled - yeah right... that would be good for the economy, consumers, and for technological growth.  Further, all we need is more assholes becoming "too big to fail".  

I have Cocks... oops, I meant Cox (though calling them cocks fits the bill), and they are literally the worst ISP I have had the misfortune of being stuck with.  Their service is crappy and their support is even worse, if you can believe that.  And, we all know that these companies already have territories divided up into rackets, just like one mob doesn't step on the others turf to turn profits... and due to this our actual choices with internet providers are dictated to us.  Just like our democracy in the U.S. is a sham, the notion of free markets is also a sham.  Now, if we know these companies already have agreements set in place, what is it that they are attempting to accomplish now?  Nothing positive for you and I, I assure you.  Please sign this to voice your opposition of corporate rackets to the FCC.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

KONY 2012 (wagging Barry Soetoro and feel-gooders everywhere)

You've all been had.

Well, maybe I am just completely cynical and jaded, but I first saw this posted on Facebook, and when I did it made my stomach turn a bit (reminded possibly of the bullshit hype about Libya).

It now turns out my initial [and private] disbelief was spot-on.  Below you will find a video regarding Kony and the LRA by a Ugandan woman, and below that you will find a piece in the Telegraph.

The lesson here is that we CANNOT buy what people sell us at face value.  I know right now it is popular to believe the regime in Syria should be booted out... but really, what do we know?  What do we know from sources that lack bias?  What do we know FIRST-HAND???  That's right; NOTHING.  There is a flip-side to every coin.

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Joseph Kony 2012: growing outrage in Uganda over film

There is growing outrage in Uganda over a viral internet film viewed by more than 32 million people in four days that suggests Africa’s longest-running conflict is still raging in the country’s north. 

The 30-minute video, Kony2012, was produced by three American videographers campaigning for greater efforts to capture Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).
But Kony and his diminishing troops, many of them kidnapped child soldiers, fled northern Uganda six years ago and are now spread across the jungles of neighbouring countries.
“What that video says is totally wrong, and it can cause us more problems than help us,” said Dr Beatrice Mpora, director of Kairos, a community health organisation in Gulu, a town that was once the centre of the rebels’ activities.
“There has not been a single soul from the LRA here since 2006. Now we have peace, people are back in their homes, they are planting their fields, they are starting their businesses. That is what people should help us with.”
Joseph Kony, a former church altarboy, has spread terror through eastern and central Africa for almost three decades, as he has pursued an aimless war that has killed thousands of people and at one point forced hundreds of thousands from their homes.

The video, from Invisible Children Inc, an activism organisation, was posted to YouTube and Vimeo, a film-sharing site, on Monday night and by late on Thursday it had been viewed 32,600,000 times.
It aims to make Kony “famous” by encouraging supporters to plaster US cities with posters, in order to make the fight against the Lord’s Resistance Army an issue of “national interest” to Washington.
That, the video’s makers claim, will ensure funding for 100 US military advisors sent to train African armies to find Kony will continue.

“Suggesting that the answer is more military action is just wrong,” said Javie Ssozi, an influential Ugandan blogger.

“Have they thought of the consequences? Making Kony ‘famous’ could make him stronger. Arguing for more US troops could make him scared, and make him abduct more children, or go on the offensive.”

Rosebell Kagumire, a Ugandan journalist specialising in peace and conflict reporting, said: “This paints a picture of Uganda six or seven years ago, that is totally not how it is today. It’s highly irresponsible”.

There were criticisms that the film quoted only three Ugandans, two of them politicians, and that it spent more time showing the filmmaker's five-year-old son being told about Joseph Kony than explaining the root causes of the conflict.

Invisible Voices has faced criticism over its finances. Of more than £6 million it spent in 2001, less than £2.3 million was for activities helping people on the ground. The rest went on “awareness programmes and products”, management, media and others.

“It is totally misleading to suggest that the war is still in Uganda,” said Fred Opolot, spokesman for the Ugandan government.

“I suspect that if that’s the impression they are making, they are doing it only to garner increasing financial resources for their own agenda.”

Invisible Children said the video focused on Uganda because its "people and government...have a vested interest in seeing him stopped".

"The LRA was active in Uganda for nearly 20 years, displacing 1.7 million people and abducting at least 30,000 children," it said in statement.

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Oh, and by the way; our fearless leader Obama appears to have sent a small force to Uganda recently. Someone needs to put a leash on that man.

 

 

Sunday, March 4, 2012

The stupidity of man... and our inclination for self-destruction.

"2053" by Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto - This is the number of nuclear explosions conducted in various parts of the globe from 1954-1998. 


How many times do you need to test something?  How many times did the assholes running the show during the "cold war" need to dump resources into these worthless projects and tests???  This is simply ridiculous, how did they not realize after the first test they had something very fucked up on their hands - and how was this not enough to satisfy them?  Oh yeah, humanity is the best the planet has to offer.  We could be, but the fact of the matter is we are not.


Friday, March 2, 2012

Help to keep California's "The Hayden Law" from being repealed.

 

Read about it here and here.

Tell the idiot politicians what you think here.

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Why is it that  instead of addressing the issues that are financially straining the state they instead seek to cut beneficial programs?  Why not address the issues that is creating this reality?  Why is it that, in regards to animals and shelters, it is never the people that are held accountable... when, in the first place, it is people that create the issue of unwanted cats and dogs.  How about putting breeders out of business and making it a felony to breed and sell animals while millions are killed in shelters every year?!?  I realize that actually addressing some financial issues that the state of California faces would be, you can say, rather non-politically correct... and we want to avoid that at all cost right?

If you buy a cat or a dog from a breeder you do not love or value animals; you are not part of the solution, rather, you are part of the problem. 


Oh yeah, I did use the tag "holocaust".  I realize human beings are so self-important that only human beings may experience genocide and holocaust. But you see, this here, this is my blog, and according to me, any type of living being that is created and then destroyed en mass is enduring its own holocaust.