Saturday, 30 April 2011
Anyway, kidding aside, what I heard was the rev giving some long winded address on morals and how the 'West' is lacking the guidance of God, believe it or not, and that apparently this ceremony was some kind of exception to the rule. Them that calleth evil good etc. My anglomasonic neighbours had flags out for the ceremony, lol. If only they knew. (I'm sure they don't. Blue lodger types.)
One thing that made me chuckle was that, hey maybe it's just me reading into things, but I get the sense Channel 4 were NOT on board with this royal brainwashing fest. Now C4 are notorious Cultural Marxists usually, whenever they express political views - see their lying documentary about the Bradford riots that makes the Muslims look like innocent angels for instance. (Stop asiatic on asiatic violence...lol. Sorry, tangent, I know.)
However, even a blind 'red' squirrel eventually finds a nut. The night before the royal wedding on Film4 there was The Wind That Shakes The Barley, which I watched as I have not seen it before. And on 4 there was My Big Fat Royal Gypsy Wedding*, which I did not watch as it was obvious trash TV, but I wondered whether the title was a subtle poke in the reptillian eye of the Saxecoburggothasteins. Not sure but the combination of the two on the eve of major occult ceremony did make me think that someone at C4 is very knowledgeable and does not like the royals or their evil empire. Maybe I'm wrong. To be honest when I visualise who runs C4 I picture them in Che t shirts, so maybe they're not bright enough to do that. But what do I know.
So I'm undecided whether the show aims more to mock travellers (govt hates them because they don't pay them for the privilege of existing) or in this case mock the royals.
For a long time people have pointed to 'Wills' as being the antichrist btw, or Charles/Chucky. The latter did say once that he was here to save the earth.
Wednesday, 20 April 2011
This is all standard Great Game stuff. It's no good if the 'American Empire' (which is not American except in blood spilt) is simply replaced by the Chicom Empire. Would quite suit the crown either way. Sorry 3W revolutionaries but either way you're screwed, atm.
Monday, 18 April 2011
Yet the year since the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded, killing 11 workers and injuring scores more, and causing an environmentally catastrophic oil spill, is proving to be more of an annus mirabilis.Mr Hayward, who described himself as BP's "sacrificial lamb", could have sat back and enjoyed the benefits of the £1m payout and £10m pension pot awarded him on departing BP, together with the $150,000 (£91,000) he is paid to sit on the board of TNK-BP, its joint venture with Russia's third largest oil company. Instead, he is discussing a new financial enterprise with the multimillionaire Nat Rothschild that could see him rake in millions."
Sunday, 17 April 2011
Just a few points about abortion.
Firstly, a regular thing that (stereotypically left wing) abortion advocates say is that 'pro life' people only care about the life of unborn children. Since, typically, they tend to also be right wing (neocon), pro-war or militaristic. Which does indeed mean that they only oppose murder of the unborn but not the mass murder which is deceptively labeled 'defence', most of whose victims have already popped out of the womb. It always disappoints me that nobody inverts the argument on them immediately, because they (abortion loving 'liberals') only care about murder of people after they have left the womb, and not before. (And even then they will love a war if it is a 'humanitarian' one in their mind, eg Libya.) Me, I figure all murder is wrong. Revolutionary, I know. lol.That said, I really don't support criminalisation of abortion. Now you may think that is a huge stretch or even doublethink on my part, but if I may?...while I see no pragmatic way to criminalise abortion without having a massive state apparatus...I am wary of the wrath of hundreds of millions of kids who were cut down before having a fair chance. Regardless if that happened before or after they headbutted a mattress, by the way. I doubt they're actually angry since if there is any justice they will be at peace. But could you look them in the eye?
whatever deeds that may be (article gets to what I'm talking about, roughly a third of the way down).
Which leads me to my next statement. I have looked at this from as many angles as I can, and I don't think there's any justification for aborting an unborn child, that could not also be used to justify euthanasia or murder of placenta-free children or the elderly. Well, it feeds from a tube, so do a lot of people in hospitals. It can't feel pain, so can't someone under anaesthetic. It is dependent, so are a large percentage of children, elderly, late stage pregnant, disabled, sick, etc etc. It is dependent on one person only, well so are newborns, to be honest. Or I bet there are a small number of clinically insane people who develop similar attachments to one person only. You get what I'm saying.It irritates me a little that the pro life people have a crutch that they use, which is to say that 'abortion is black genocide' - this is their appeal to PC 'liberals', and don't get me wrong it is a good one, as it pushes their big liberal racial PC button. By all means play their game when you can if it helps. Certainly it is true that in America (where this argument is made, mostly) blacks per capita have three times the abortions that whites do. But still, since blacks are 11-13% of the USA population, the overall majority of abortions in America are most certainly of white babies.
What does it say about us, that it is only a bad thing in the public's mind if a disproportionate number of black babies are killed? Where is the sympathy for the white babies, especially from the mostly whites on both sides of the Western abortion debate? It's genocide alright, but white genocide as well as black. Their attitude seems to be like, "oh sure, kill white babies all day, but don't kill black babies as that's genocide!" Would it be OK if a proportionate number of blacks' and whites' babies were killed? Would a 'quota' of diversity compliant killing be OK?
I agree though, that a lot of white (often, AAA, like the ultimate SWPL liberal David de Rotschild. SWPL, I love that site, very sophisticated satire, I should do a review on it sometime) 'liberals' who profess their undying love for all things African secretly like the black abortions as in their sick mind this 'helps' them sort of like how the pimpin' UN turning up in a 3W country 'helps' them with the AIDS kill-shots.Oh, and there's the (crazy, I know) idea of universal morality and that there really are standards of good and evil above and beyond the 'human condition' and that all murder is a crime against Grasping forcep, such as Bierer or Hern, through the vaginal and cervical canals into the corpus of the uterus. Based upon his knowledge of fetal orientation, he moves the tip of the instrument carefully towards the fetal lower extremities. When the instrument appears on the sonogram screen, the surgeon is able to open and close its jaws to firmly and reliably grasp a lower extremity. The surgeon then ... pulls the extremity into the vagina.
... With a lower extremity in the vagina, the surgeon uses his fingers to deliver the opposite lower extremity, then the torso, the shoulders and the upper extremities.The skull lodges at the internal cervical os. Usually there is not enough dilation for it to pass through. The fetus is oriented dorsum, or spine up.
At this point, the right-handed surgeon slides the fingers of the left hand along the back of the fetus and "hooks" the shoulders of the fetus wit the index and ring fingers (palm down). Next he slides the tip of the middle finger along the spine towards the skull while applying traction to the shoulders and lower extremities. The middle finger lifts and pushes the anterior cervical lip out of the way.While maintaining this tension, lifting the cervix and applying traction to the shoulders with the fingers of the left hand, the surgeon takes a pair of blunt curved Metzenbaum scissors in the right hand. He carefully advances the tip, curved down along the spine and under his middle finger until he feels it contact the base of the skull under the tip of his middle finger.
Reassessing proper placement of the closed scissors tip and safe elevation of the cervix, the surgeon then forces the scissors into the base of the skull or into the foramen magnum. Having safely entered the skull, he spreads the scissors to enlarge the opening.The surgeon removes the scissors and introduces a suction catheter into this hole and evacuates the skull contents. With the catheter still in place, he applies traction to the fetus, removing it completely from the patient. (source)
Saturday, 16 April 2011
Libya fake Twitter ID explosion part of 'cyber war for democracy'?
Europeans warned to avoid drinking milk or eating vegetables due to high radiation levels
HAARP-created spring storms kill 11 in southern USA
Royal wedding to cost UK serfs $48 million (about £30 million. That must be an expensive chuppah, eh dear readers?)Bilderberg to meet in Switzerland
I also noticed, maybe it's just a coincidence, RT always has the same female English correspondent on the scene first. Or at least they did that at the Moscow airport bombing (which if you recall, the security turned out to be ICTS the same Israeli firm running 9/11 'security' - strange coincidence also) and now here. Maybe I'm just reading into things too much; but I doubt that, as RT aka Putin TV know whose apple cart they can't upset if they want to remain on the air. I guess it's their way of letting us know (or are they in on the ritual? idk). The amount of truth coming through that channel is stunning, and is freely available here in the UK. It's propaganda but mostly of a good kind. The only downsides are it may promote anti-Americanism or paint the ideologically diverse freedom movement as being anti-American, and it may lead to 'truthers' being seen as Russian propagandists, lmao. RT's method of destroying the Anglo-Zionists is simply to let them speak their hatred and lies and deceit and distortion and blame shifting.
Saturday, 9 April 2011
"The ideology extends to the front line. When visiting a Muslim household, we are instructed to remove our shoes, but I have refused to obey that edict because I believe it is disrespectful to my position as British police officer.On one occasion, I had to call on a Muslim family and the daughter refused to let me in until I had taken off my boots.
I simply told her that, while on duty, I was not prepared to remove any part of my equipment, footwear included. So she went off to her father to report my non-compliance, only to find he did not object at all to me keeping my boots on.When I reported this back to the Diversity Unit, the officer implied that I must have intimidated the father, which was nonsense."
Coming to a door near you?Maybe you like to keep your curtains shut, or pay in cash. Perhaps you have bad or hateful or violent thoughts, which may threaten communitarian cohesion? It's OK if you do, you can admit it, and we'll educate away your hatred. We really are here to help y'know.
Thursday, 7 April 2011
destabilisation going on with the mostly phakey "heads I win tails you lose" uprisings driving up oil prices among other things.
Wednesday, 6 April 2011
This video is begging for a satirical remake...
We the guilty are sooooo sorrrryyyy... Oh give me a break. As if 'women' haven't manipulated 'men' every step of the way. Sheesh. Look - one black guy at 3:00. Funny that it's only libtarded chemically castrated white males (it's a biological fact that blacks have more testosterone which probably explains why their males are not present in this video). This is the end product of the New Age and fifty years of Feminist deception. (By their logic, wars aside, men are also responsible for most inventions, most advances in knowledge, most philosophy, etc...) All those evil MALES of the Frankfurt School etc must be chuckling from their graves at what they have created.
I have more to say on this probably. Or not. It feels like pointing out the obvious. Just look around you FFS. Perhaps Shakespeare will explain modern society. It makes me a little disappointed (or in this case, disturbed) that Roissy is mostly right. But he is.
Monday, 4 April 2011
"Packham, 49, who has no children of his own, told Radio Times: ‘By 2020, there are going to be 70million people in Britain. Let’s face it, that’s too many...'Fact is, we all eat food, breathe air and require space, and the more of us there are, the less of those commodities there are for other people and, of course, for the animals'"
As usual, if there really are too many people as you say, lead by example...
Israeli troops mysteriously get cancerHigh occurrence of cancer has been detected in Israel's elite naval commando unit, apparently due to the waste disposal by Israeli firms in Kishon River.
The river, which flows into the Mediterranean Sea in the northern city of Haifa, has been used for training the unit, known as Shayetet 13.Carmel Olefins Ltd., Israel's sole manufacturer of petrochemical products used in the plastics industry, as well as other firms have been accused of directing their waste into the river, which is notorious for being the most polluted stream in Israel.
The manufacturer was in possession of thousands of documents on the servicemen's affliction with cancer following a long swim in Kishon.The firm trusted an expert in New York with the papers so that they would be used in its defense. They, however, disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
Saturday, 2 April 2011
Maybe the signs are just a bit of harmless fun?...
Friday, 1 April 2011
(Although I doubt that's the way they see it.)From today, only the English have to pay for prescriptions (and no, that's not an April Fool's joke!)
Scottish patients can collect free prescriptions from today – leaving England as the only country in the UK still charging for them.English patients will be charged £7.40 for every item prescribed by a doctor – an increase of 20p – but Scotland today joins Wales and Northern Ireland in abolishing the charges.
The move means that English patients are effectively subsiding free drugs for those living elsewhere in the UK.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1372063/Prescriptions-From-today-English-pay-prescriptions-thats-April-Fools-joke.html#ixzz1IGvVoEoB
Thursday, 31 March 2011
Pensioner died after teenage nurse 'set fire to her care home so she could be the heroine'A teenage care worker started a fire in a pensioner’s bedroom so she could be hailed as a heroine when she raised the alarm, a court heard yesterday.
But the plan backfired tragically when bed-bound Irene Herring suffocated in her bed at Ancaster Court in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.Mrs Herring, 86, was rescued from the third-floor room by firefighters and rushed to Conquest Hospital in Hastings, but died the next day with husband David by her side.
Nursing home assistant Rebecca Reasbeck, now 20, who denies murder and manslaughter, was working in the laundry room two floors down on the morning of the fire in February 2009.Prosecuting, Anthony Haycroft told Lewes Crown Court: ‘The defendant deliberately set fire to Irene’s bedroom in two separate places. She pretended she could smell smoke downstairs from the place where the fire was lit and she raised the alarm.
‘She did this so she could act the heroine, but unfortunately the flames got out of control, as well as the heat, and Irene died as a result.’Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1371232/Pensioner-died-teenage-nurse-Rebecca-Reasbeck-set-heroine.html#ixzz1ICXFuLYi
This is the exact mindset of the ruling elite! The trick is to know how they think without becoming like them. To remain innocent while understanding the ways of the very evil.
I mean, just what is every crisis created by these mad freaks, the BP (sabotaged?) oil well, the Fukushima (threats of sabotage?) nuclear disaster, the AGW scam, every fake war and co-ordinated economic collapse caused by thieving aka government/central bank 'policy', 9/11 7/7 pearl harbour tonkin guy fawkes, I could go on.I guess when one crazy person is this nuts and evil, we may call it "a cry for attention". Well what about a "cry for attention" that kills 50 million people, WW2? Poor psychopaths. Always someone else's fault.
Wednesday, 30 March 2011
"EXTRACT FROM DOUG COPP'S ARTICLE ON 'THE TRIANGLE OF LIFE'
I have crawled inside 875 collapsed buildings, worked with rescue teams from 60 countries, founded rescue teams in several countries, and I am a member of many rescue teams from many countries. I was the United Nations expert in Disaster Mitigation for two years, and have worked at every major disaster in the world since 1985, except for simultaneous disasters.The first building I ever crawled inside of was a school in Mexico City during the 1985 earthquake. Every child was under its desk. Every child was crushed to the thickness of their bones. They could have survived by lying down next to their desks in the aisles. It was obscene -- unnecessary.
Simply stated, when buildings collapse, the weight of the ceilings falling upon the objects or furniture inside crushes these objects, leaving a space or void next to them - NOT under them. This space is what I call the 'triangle of life'. The larger the object, the stronger, the less it will compact. The less the object compacts, the larger the void, the greater the probability that the person who is using this void for safety will not be injured. The next time you watch collapsed buildings, on television, count the 'triangles' you see formed. They are everywhere. It is the most common shape, you will see, in a collapsed building."more http://www.davidicke.com/headlines/46512-what-to-do-in-an-earthquake-good-advice
that discussion between Alex Jones/Alan Watt from a while ago. That non-meat-eaters tend to be more docile and easier to govern.
Now let me say that it is not defensible, the treatment of animals in many cases that occurs in factory farms. Also there are so many other things wrong with the meat such as all the drugs that are fed to animals or that the cows are not grass fed or that the low quality of life in a factory farm produces low quality produce.In the article linked the Health Ranger tells us that vegans are persecuted, and that the awful diets of other people that harm their children go unpunished. But first of all, not many peoples' children die from the processed/homogenised average Western diet. Sure they die at 40 from some cancer, but not as a baby. Certainly if anyone else killed their baby by nutritional negligence, that is murder or manslaughter. Whether it's a vegan or a fast food junkie.
I am aware that the Noahide laws forbid the eating of (most, non-Koshr) meat. Thus the move to encourage the eradication of meat eating, by a) poisoning that which does exist, b) telling people meat is bad for the planet and unhealthy, and c) using admittedly dreadful factory farming cruelty to justify banning ALL meat, which is ridiculous.Now I'm hungry...lol
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
Advocating against the intervention in Libya. Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Who knows, if the empire building by NATO stops, maybe they can get their wish and go somewhere where they can live under Sharia. I am not all that convinced that they really want that, though - there are some countries for them to go to that already have Sharia and are not currently subject to culling by the "Anglo-American Establishment". But they choose to live across Europe instead. Why?Could it be that even outspoken Sharia advocates, secretly prefer the standard of living associated with more liberal (in the classical sense) forms of government?
Antibiotics are one of the few things proponents of pharmaceutical medicine "can always get us" with. Their question: But if you have a serious infectious condition, surely you'll accept an antibiotic. Sometimes we have to concede - antibiotics seem the answer.But does it have to be the pharmaceutical kind, the ones that kill not only a pathogen but also all the beneficial bacteria which we live in perfect symbiosis with? We actually need those little bugs to properly digest our food. And yes, there are alternatives.
Here is an article in the UK Health Sciences Institute Alert, forwarded through Jennie Gorman, which summarizes the information on four natural antibiotic alternatives, just to give ourselves a choice - and so we can be more specific next time about what kind of antibiotic we might prefer to use.From: Health Sciences Institute e-Alert
Rachel Linkie, UK 10 October 2003Lately, HSI members have shown a great deal of interest in the subject of antibiotics and the natural alternatives to pharmaceutical antibiotics. So in yesterday's e-Alert, I asked US HSI Panellist, Dr Allan Spreen, to give us his insights into the antibiotic question. Today, Dr. Spreen concludes his comments with some very useful advice for anyone seeking natural supplements that support the body's defence systems.
Finishing off the comments he made yesterday, Dr. Spreen noted that while bacteria contain the genetic material to resist synthetic drugs, this does not seem to be the case with natural agents that have antibacterial properties.And, as Dr. Spreen pointed out, "We hear little about them because of the fact that they are not patentable and therefore have no profit potential, at least nowhere near the level drug companies desire."
But we're going to hear all about them now - compliments of Dr. Spreen.********************** The big 4 **********************
There are four natural anti-bacterial (and anti-viral) agents that have a lot of what many would call "anecdotal evidence" behind them. They actually have more than that, but getting them legitimately studied may have to wait until the fears over bacterial resistance put our backs hard against a wall with no place else to go.VITAMIN C
Dr Fred Klenner, in Reidsville, North Carolina in the US, was using intravenous ascorbic acid (vitamin C) against viruses, serious bacteria and even toxins such as snakebites as early as the 1930's. His patient records showed amazing successes, witnessed by hospital personnel, while most outsiders (who refused to review his data) labelled him a quack.Those who did [review the data], such as Drs. Jungeblut and Zwerner, Otani, Ormerod, and others, all came away impressed that his work was both accurate and therapeutic. He treated diphtheria, whooping cough, and tetanus, and in the middle of a polio epidemic in North Carolina he was considered to have "cured" 60 out of 60 cases of infantile polio.
He even published his findings, but since polio was 'incurable' nobody picked up on it enough to even challenge it with a study. Dr Robert Cathcart, probably the most experienced therapist currently using very high doses of ascorbic acid, has been using the nutrient for decades to get AIDS patients back on their feet from his clinic in Los Altos, California.************************ Seeds & leaves ************************
GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT"Citricidal," a natural antibiotic made from an extract of grapefruit seed, was developed from the observation that something in grapefruit (though not in other citrus fruits) keeps bacteria at bay for extended periods of time.
Bio/chem Research, of Lakeport, California, has done extensive research on the antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, and anti-parasitic properties of this amazing substance.Paying for approval through the FDA is out of the question, but the extract has been tested against a huge list of pathologic organisms. It is a popular agent for campers to add to water of questionable quality (everyone should carry some for emergencies), and has been used by nutritional therapists for years against yeast. Resistance has not occurred against the substance, and it's even biodegradable.
It's just too cheap for the big time - though it's generally available in many health food stores.OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT
This amazing substance, member of a group of plant compounds called flavonoids, comes from the plant Olea europaea. The extract is called Oleuropein, and has long been known for its anti-microbial properties, which are assumed to offer protection to the tree against predatory organisms.Also called calcium elenolate, the substance has been officially tested as an anti-microbial agent, with sufficient power to achieve a published status in peer-review journals.
Olive leaf is even well known as an antioxidant. I strongly recommend keeping some to hand.*************************** The good silver ***************************
COLLOIDAL SILVERThis is by far the most controversial agent in the armamentarium of 'natural' antibacterial agents. That may be because there is no known use for the silver ion in human biochemistry, which may in fact be the reason for its benefits. Dr. Jonathan V. Wright's research has found that bacteria have an enzyme system that is disrupted by the presence of silver ions, causing the organism to die.
The effect is hardly a secret: water filters today are impregnated with silver to take advantage of the anti-bacterial effects. It was also commonly used as about the only hope against severe infections prior to the advent of antibiotics in the 1940's.The word 'colloid' is significant, representing very tiny amounts of the substance, as very tiny particles, suspended in a liquid. This answers a common argument about colloidal silver possibly causing a known side effect of silver overuse called argyria, which can cause a greying colouration of the skin. Amounts needed for antibacterial effect tend to be far below doses that cause argyria. Dr. Wright suggests adult doses of "1 tablespoon of colloidal silver at a 40 ppm (parts per million) concentration at the first signs of any infection and 1-2 teaspoons three to four times daily until the infection is gone. Then stop!"
We'll probably never see such low-profit ideas reach the level of accepted conventional medical therapy. However, it might be worth everyone's while to get more informed about each of them in case the day actually arrives that the conventional armamentarium runs dry.Good Health, Dr Allan N. Spreen
Me, giving HTML advice, that is funny.But if the current glitch in Blogger that doesn't allow WYSIWYG paragraphs is giving you a headache, simply go to the html version of the post you are creating, and type
to create a little space. Now that's an opening tag, so every
you insert should be accompanied by a laterclosing tag, which itself will result in another paragraph break.
Oops hahahahaha. what I typed was (less than)p(greater than). And the closing tag is simply (less than)/p(greater than).See here.
Happy blogging all!
Monday, 28 March 2011
http://www.leftcoastrebel.com/2011/03/washington-foreign-policy-in-four-easy.html http://www.chroniclewatch.com/2011/03/21/is-the-word-easter-an-error-in-the-king-james-bible/ (oh sorry TCW I meant to link that days ago. It's good research and very convincing, I thought Easter was pagan until reading that)
http://thy-weapon-of-war.blogspot.com/2011/03/fbi-convicts-bernard-von-nothaus-for.html (Liberty Dollar creator prosecuted)http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/kurtbarling/2011/03/tales_of_slavery_in_modern_lon.html http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8391632/Libya-the-West-and-al-Qaeda-on-the-same-side.html http://www.naturalnews.com/031793_hyperthyroidism_radiation.html http://faustiesblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/naked-aggression-libya-assault-planned.html http://uruknet.info/?p=m76096&hd=&size=1&l=e (US chopper shoots Libyan civilians who were taking care of downed US pilot)
http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2011/03/cia-terrorism-in-libya-pakistan.html http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/agriculture/geneticmodification/8393880/Shoppers-kept-in-dark-over-GM-ingredients.html http://www.naturalnews.com/031807_India_GE_corn.html (Monsanto's illegal GM testing in India)http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42220834/ns/us_news-life/ (the fall of Detroit) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/othersports/olympics/2561979/Beijing-Olympics-Ethnic-children-exposed-as-fakes-in-opening-ceremony.html (that was something I meant to discuss a while ago, about China being a racially supremacist society - the only major power, in other words, likely to launch a classical empire in the 21st C. I don't think any other country could get away with doing something like that at the Olympics, certainly not in the West. Not that I would be OK with a Western country doing that of course. Even Israel isn't getting away with their racial supremacism these days. By supremacism I mean oppression and denial of sovereignty to another group; I do advocate racial or tribal awareness but only within the boundaries of the non-aggression principle.)
http://www.naturalnews.com/031820_vaccinations_babies.html (2000 US babies killed by vaccines. ALSO see that the Japanese govt had rejected the vaccines...then they got hit by the - likely HAARP - megaquake/tsunami, and the nuclear problems that have followed. Coinkydink? Idonthink.)
Gulf casualties of the Corexicaust http://current.com/1h5fp4chttp://tarpley.net/2011/03/24/the-cia%E2%80%99s-libya-rebels-the-same-terrorists-who-killed-us-nato-troops-in-iraq/
http://www.lewrockwell.com/armentano-p/armentano-p50.1.html http://educate-yourself.org/cn/japanradiationlevels19mar11.shtml (Japan radiation not so bad? I guess unless you breathe it in or eat it, then you are exposed to alpha radiation.) http://www.rense.com/general93/dke1.htm (The Mar19 Purim/Libya/Iraq connection)http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=2262049510&topic=2423 (famous people who are jews - even the Band Camp girl from American Pie?!?)
http://zionistgoldreport.blogspot.com/2011/03/british-israel-indy-media-bloodlines.html (Without the info provided by some of those people, I would not be writing this blog in this manner. Hell it was Arianna believe it or not whose advocacy of blogging led me to start this blog back in 08. I learnt pretty quickly. Anyway, my point is, nobody should be immune from scrutiny, as truth stands alone. Certainly there's a lot of details there that you have a right to know.)http://sherriequestioningall.blogspot.com/2011/03/videos-of-japan-tsunami-march-11-2011.html (dare I call them kamikaze videos? They are nuts, or very brave, the people who filmed some of those. Lucky to be alive. I watched that first one and even though I knew he lived, by the halfway point I was yelling "MOVE UP!! HIGHER!! DON'T JUST STAND THERE WATCHING!!")
Hahahaha methinks, even this has been covered by everyone's favourite MI6 mass manipulator.Suspect is in a fire truck...he may be armed...and he's sure as hell dangerous. (You know, allow me to be controversial, but I didn't think California Girls was that out of place in the beginning, like most people complain.)
I am of course talking about Zorin shooting all his workers after their project was complete. See, they just let you know and figure you're never going to notice.If I may borrow from Alex Jones for a moment, the 007 films are partly true, but in real life 007 (MI6/Mossad/CIA) works WITH the bad guys, not against them.
Maybe DUMBs aren't real. Well if they were, there must be a lot of dead construction workers around. As for the source above talking about the little green men...(sighs)...I dunno. All we do know is genetic engineering can already put a human ear on the back of a glow-in-the-dark mouse...who knows what unspeakable experiments these people engage in behind closed doors. That's one avenue of possibility anyway.
Saturday, 26 March 2011
(you can trust us...that's not a masonic floor in the background we promise...we hate the masons...)
A bankrupt order of priests has agreed to pay $166.1 million to hundreds of Native American and Alaska Natives who were abused at their schools.
The payout by the Society of Jesus, Oregon Province - part of an agreement to resolve its two-year-old bankruptcy case - is the third biggest settlement to date in the Catholic Church's ongoing sexual abuse scandal.
According to lawyers for the victims, it also is the largest ever by a single Catholic religious order.
Victim Clarita Vargas, 51, said: 'It's a day of reckoning and justice.'
Both she and her two sisters were abused by the head of St. Mary's Mission and School, a former Jesuit-run Indian boarding school on the Colville Indian Reservation near Omak, Washington, in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The abuse began when they were as young as 6 or 7, she said.
'My spirit was wounded, and this makes it feel better.'
See also aangirfan: the Queen and missing kids
In general I know the asiatic archetypes, the hebraic gypsy teeth or the eyes or those ears that sometimes occur. But really I can't put it into words. All I can say is, there is no substitute for studying dozens, perhaps hundreds of pictures preferably with people you know to be one or the other, and regaining your eye for detail (something most people lose as a child, I read that somewhere). That was how I noticed that the English by and large are not Germanic. Well it's actually quite obvious if you know roughly what to expect Germans to look like.
Actually where I live, conservatively, is about 1/3 or 1/2 celts. Could be a majority. Of course there are the English names like Wats_n, Walk_r and Turn_r but there are also plenty of names like Qu_nn, Cost_llo, Maugh_n, Mack_nzie etc. I think it must be the industry here. Coal until the Thatcher era was 'the' job here, for many people. Go down the road barely twenty miles to Teesside and they are mostly English.
I only knew one person who was a celt and knew it (Irish Catholic born in occupied Ulstr), and he bless him did nothing to abate the stereotype of Irish drinking. lmao.
Now that I am aware it's kind of weird (and a little frustrating) to see those who I know are not English, but they don't know and are I guess you could say under the British-Isrel brainwashing. I think they know or feel on a subconscious level this, and many prefer to fly the union jack rather than the st george cross for instance. That's how I felt anyway when I was younger, I instinctively knew a lot of this already but had not been able to put all the pieces together.
Wikipedia lists Sunderland among the major centres of Irish migration
“Hail brither Scots O’ Coaly Tyne”: networking and identity among Scottish migrants in the north east of England, ca.1860 – 2000.
Despite their significant presence throughout the modern era, Scottish emigrants to England have been neglected as a topic of research. At various times, Scottish in-migration to the north-east of England was greater than any other English region both numerically and proportionately. Its visibility was evident in terms of cultural expression through the myriad organisations established from the 1860s to the 1970s."
"It would not do if a 500 megawatt coal-fired power plant was purring along, generating 250 megawatts during “Earth Hour” when, at the conclusion of the exercise, 500 megawatts would suddenly needed again. A coal-fired power plant cannot respond to that kind of demand increase at a moment’s notice. The smart thing to do would be to keep the power plant operating at capacity and dump excess electricity that was not – for the moment – needed."
(is this a carbon neutral balloon?)
It goes without saying that there are real and dangerous environmental crises such as nuclear material, pesticides, plastics, chemtrails, the honey bee dieoff. However CO2 is if anything beneficial to our climate. Clean coal only releases CO2 into the atmosphere. More atmospheric CO2 if anything might help us, as it will increase crop yields.
But that's beside the point. The CO2phobes don't know what they are bringing in under the cover of concern for the Earth. That's why they are called Watermelons.
Friday, 25 March 2011
Firstly, here's the story of what happened after Chernobyl:
Thinking back to 20 years ago, it’s the splashing in yellow rainwater that Antonina Sergieff vividly recalls.
The third-year graduate student didn’t know it then, but the unnatural color of those puddles in her hometown of Gomel, Belarus were due to radioactive particles spewing from a nuclear explosion 80 miles away.
Surrounded by ancient pine forests, the Chernobyl nuclear power station exploded during the early morning hours of April 26, 1986, setting off a raging radioactive fire that expelled over 190 tons of toxic material into the atmosphere.
Today, on the 20th anniversary of the incident, the Russian languages and literatures student can look back to the explosion and accept a childhood surrounded by radioactive contamination.
“We all jumped in the puddles with the yellow stuff. ... You don’t see (it in) the air, it doesn’t materialize. But when you see the yellow dust, you see radiation,” Sergieff said.
The accident was originally caused by a small testing error that resulted in a chain reaction in which highly pressurized steam literally blew the top off of a nuclear reactor.
The result was the release of 100 more times radiation than the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, according to the United Nations issue brief on Chernobyl.
Among the unstable elements released were iodine-131, caesium-137, strontium-90 and plutonium-239. Scientists say that exposure to such elements, especially in such high doses, impairs critical cellular functions and damages DNA.
When these elements first reached Sergieff 20 years ago, they came in the form of yellow rain.
It was not long after that residents in her hometown knew it wasn’t simply “pollen” – which is what government officials assured them, she said.
This is the video that has sparked concern today:
"After two days of rain in Tokyo I woke up to a thick coating of this yellow stuff all over my car. What looks like a glare between the glass and the body of the car is actually pollen. My first thought was "ewe! Radioactive sludge from Fukushima." But no" - youtube user 'hooktrunk'
Now a commenter on this video raised the objection that yellow rain occurs often in Japan, because dust from China gets picked up and rains down on Japan, Korea and elsewhere.
"Asian Dust (also yellow dust, yellow sand, yellow wind or China dust storms) is a seasonal meteorological phenomenon which affects much of East Asia sporadically during the springtime months. The dust originates in the deserts of Mongolia, northern China and Kazakhstan where high-speed surface winds and intense dust storms kick up dense clouds of fine, dry soil particles. These clouds are then carried eastward by prevailing winds and pass over China, North and South Korea, and Japan, as well as parts of the Russian Far East. Sometimes, the airborne particulates are carried much further, in significant concentrations which affect air quality as far east as the United States.
In the last decade or so, it has become a serious problem due to the increase of industrial pollutants contained in the dust and intensified desertification in China causing longer and more frequent occurrences, as well as in the last few decades when the Aral Sea of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan started drying up due to the diversion of the Amu River and Syr River following a Soviet agricultural program to irrigate Central Asian deserts, mainly for cotton plantations."
Chinese yellow sand hits Japan, S.Korea: officials (2008)
Hey, I'm not saying that it can't be radioactive fallout. The only way to know for sure is to get a geiger counter over that "pollen"! Either way, 'Asian dust' rain over Japan is a hazard, albeit a routine hazard, since it often carries pollutants from Chinese industry.
Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying eat it!
But it doesn't necessarily mean the worst case scenario i.e. Chernobyl style fallout.
Ask Mr. Geiger before hitting the panic button, that's all I'm saying.
Thursday, 24 March 2011
Japan - Neutron Beams Observed; Fukushima Reactors 1, 2, 3, 4 Steaming; Radiation Could Rival Chernobyl?; First Fallout Reaches Europe
Do you trust their surface/water temperature measurements? I am left a little sceptical. Given the thermal images from yesterday.
Don't want to play the doomsayer, but:
Fukushima Radiation Release Rivals Chernobyl
(image source - I wouldn't be so quick to put a lid on the level of radiation from Fukushima, which is ongoing)
Neutron beam observed 13 times:
Fukushima radiation reaches Germany (in other words, it's already all around this hemisphere, pretty much):
Visualising radiation leaks from the Fukushima nuclear power plant
Japanese govt official releases:
Because that is one hell of a task to embark upon.
('cause we can't keep down this reptillian braaaaiiiin)
It certainly is true that the ego is a major problem, in that it is via the ego that we are most easily manipulated, and it is because of the ego that we are most likely to be assholes and ruin things.
I agree we would be better off 'reining in' the ego, to be aware of how the state and the corporate world play on the ego to create compliant serfs who, paradoxically, think they are free.
So we cannot allow our psyche to be ego-ruled. But wait a minute...
It is the ego that says "I'm a human being goddamnit; my life has value!"
Without the tempered ego, individual rights aren't possible.
I. Me. My right to self determination. My self ownership. And yours too.
Without the ego, no individuality, no freedom. We are not all one in these terms, we are 6-7 billion. The globalists would love to destroy the ego, IMO. We are all one in ideals, in ideas, in other terms, but - and let's be grateful for this - we are not a hive mind.
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
I also thought this would be of relevance...although maybe minus the endorsement of Reagan, he was a 'royal' too.
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
Following the Iraq invasion, Dr Chris Busby says about DU fallout which went all around the world and landed in a UK town:
On the basis of the mean increase in uranium in air of about 500nBq/m3 we use respiration data on standard man to calculate that each person in the area inhaled some 23 million uranium particles of diameter 0.25 microns.
There will be more than that probably, since it's travelling a much shorter distance. So go out, enjoy the breeze kicking up dust into your face, lol, and be healthy! (I believe Mr Coulter...)
Don't worry that you might be spared this quality service; there are also plenty of non-immigrant dangerous people like this in the NHS etc. I'd feel about as safe in Tokyo right now as I would spending a day in a hospital bed.
Monday, 21 March 2011
Reactor 3 raises the most concern since it runs on MOX or Mixed Oxide fuel -- a mixture of plutonium and uranium;
MOX is far more dangerous than uranium on its own; and
MOX is two million times more deadly than normal enriched uranium.
Reactor 3's recent smoke appears to have originated from the building's side, where the spent nuclear fuel pool is located;
The precise contents of the smoke and vapour at reactor 3, and other reactors, are as yet unknown;
However, workers were evacuated from the nuclear plant after smoke appeared from reactor 3;
The BBC World Service is to receive a "significant" sum of money from the US government to help combat the blocking of TV and internet services in countries including Iran and China.
In what the BBC said is the first deal of its kind, an agreement is expected to be signed later this month that will see US state department money – understood to be a low six-figure sum – given to the World Service to invest in developing anti-jamming technology and software.
The funding is also expected to be used to educate people in countries with state censorship in how to circumnavigate the blocking of internet and TV services.
(about as convincing as the BBC - source)
The 'Beeb', which has had to make cutbacks recently, is already propped up by the EU. Now America too? Guess this is from that big pile of money Hillary was talking about a while ago.
"Educate people in countries with state censorship"?
What, you mean like...Australia? Or right here?
No, didn't think so. Just other peoples' censorship.
(Rebel celebrates NATO 'humanitarian' airstrike. The joke's on him though; he probably huffed DU dust from the explosion - he'll die of cancer in 20 years and his children will be born with their faces inside out)
Meanwhile SAS are already on the ground (well some of them did get caught by Gaddafi a while ago):
The source said: ‘What is ruled out? An invasion. What is not ruled out? Everything else.
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And You Tell Me There's No Suppressed Technology?
It's another of those 'conspiracy theories' that good citizens don't notice. Imagine the standard of living if all the secret technology was released to the public...we'd be "free and independent" as JFK said! No more poverty anywhere! Can you imagine being sick enough to withhold such technology from society just to maintain your position of control? (Bearing in mind that we don't know just how much technological capability is being withheld, because, duh, it's secret.) What did Nikola Tesla really develop?
Individual Liberty? But that's "selfish"!
No, we need to look after each other voluntarily without having a government do all that at gunpoint. Sounds absurd at first but soon you realise that the reason it sounds so is because of the very unfree nature of our current existence. Envision greater possibilities! Ok, some kind of massive wake-up would be needed before this kind of free, responsible, uncontrollable society could emerge. And that's what we are seeing day by day in the world - a massive waking up of the previously enslaved masses (including myself I must add!)