Monday, 28 February 2011
Couple denied foster permission because they disapprove of homosexuality
Army of Fake Social Media Friends to Promote Propaganda (yeah like a certain 'megaphone'...oh, we can't mention that?)
Media Blackout: CNN Fox News and MSNBC Ignore 100,000 WI Protesters
Texans for Accountable Government Counters APD's "Guns for Groceries" Program
U.S. Public No Longer Supports Taxpayer Money to Israel (omg they are such nazis, they won't give free stuff!)
Muslims on a bus in France
Asians more likely to be anti-immigration than white Britons
Half of Britain 'would vote for far-Right parties if they gave up violence' (o rly? does that include all institutionalised violence? didn't think so)
Who Do You Think You're Kidding, Mason?
The Science of Libertarian Morality
Angelo's agony: Dutch prisoner 'too big for cell'
Sunday, 27 February 2011
Ah, the spectacle. Oh don't get me wrong, I support them. George Osborne is a coke snorting Rotschild servant. But no denunciation of the Masonic fiat debt slavery system. No minding of the man behind the curtain.
(how many different ways are you being shafted? i guess it's better to be a well paid whore than an unpaid one. and on that inspiring note...down with the cuts!)
It really is like concentration camp inmates asking the guards, to be fed. I mean, who is against cc inmates being fed? Certainly not me. Feed them. But what puzzles me the most about the Commie is they are so concerned with the feeding action, that they do not realise they are subjects of a concentration camp called the state, and that corporations are just one of many cancerous outgrowths of the state.
So yes, I am opposed to the 'austerity' on the same grounds as I am opposed to starving a concentration camp inmate. Why, though, instead of merely feeding them, why can't we just let the inmates out? (clue: abolish taxation.) Yet they don't want to leave. So odd.
Democracy is the human sickness writ large. As violent as any other form of govern-mental setup, only marginally more subtle; the 'social contract' is continually 'signed' at gunpoint.
I am for the welfare state and other regulations (most notably in banking), WHILE we have this criminal monetary monopoly system (of legalised counterfeit for a small elite) that everyone has to interact with under duress.
But it's ridiculous to only look at the slices of bread that are your 'democratic right', while ignoring the fact that the whole loaf was declared property of the state to begin with, and you have been forced to pay fictional interest on that loaf, called the "National Debt".
Hey did anyone ever tell you that the BoE can just print money for their Bullingdon chums any time they want? This is "capitalism" apparently. Although having a central bank is supposed to be "90% of Communising a nation" (Lenin). So which is it? [political spectrum malfunction]
Saturday, 26 February 2011
Muntathar Al Zaidy’s brother’s message:
To the great young people of Iraq,
In the afternoon today 24/02/2011 mercenaries of al-Maliki arrested my own brothers Muntathar Al Zaidy and Dhergham Al Zaidy in the hope of sabotaging the demonstration.
As they have done with me when they tortured me and broke my foot only a couple of weeks ago. But they are stupid because they cannot understand that this revolution has not one leader or a president. If they wish to arrest all the leaders of this blessed Intifadha, then they need to arrest one million from our youth.
We would like to say to the enemies that Lt. Gen. Abdul Aziz al-Kubaisi, Muntathar, Uday and Dhargam Al Zaidy and the rest of our youths are only the advocates for the Iraqi people. The majority of Iraqis are on our side as we hold the occupation government responsible for their safety and welfare until they are released, and tomorrow will raise a banner demanding the release of all detainees, including our mentioned brothers. So my brothers and sisters, do not let these events affect your determination and motivation to turn up bright and early to our demonstration tomorrow 25th Feb 2011.i
We have divided the preparatory Committee members to several sub committees, including ..
1. Security Committee and its mission to maintain the security of the demonstration, in collaboration with the good people of our brothers in the army and police to stop the agence provocateur in their tacks from lurking in our midst and sabotaging our mission. These agents will no doubt be planted by the government and some of the opportunist political parties.
2. Media Committee : our aim is to discreetly record and send photos and video clips via the Internet and monitor violations by the security services.
3. The Stewarding Committee: Its mission is ensure an orderly protest and chanting slogans. It will prevent any lifting of a politically motivated banner or any sectarianism and racism on the banners. Only Iraqi flags and banners agreed in the Preparatory Committee, calling for the exit of the occupiers and their stooges.
4. Medical Committee, which consists of four volunteer doctors and three medical assistants, its mission is to treat the sick and the wounded if we come under attack or in case of an emergency God forbid ..
We call upon our brothers and sisters the demonstrators to stay away as much as possible the security services and to avoid causing any friction with them whatever they do and however provocatively they may behave.
Beware of any unidentifiable objects you might come across, just inform the nearest steward about it.
Long live Iraq, free and united
Long live our dignified mighty people,
May peace and God's mercy and blessings be upon you
APPEAL NO (1) TO THE HEROIC DEMONSTRATORS
We call upon all the organizers of demonstrations to make emergency backup plans in case Iraq’s enemies move to steal and plunder The National Museum and the National Library
They should organize groups of young men and women to provide protection for the important sites which include the National Museum, all ministries as well as all service institutions, hospitals, universities and schools etc
That's right, don't let the Brotherhood (by which I don't mean the Muslim one) get their grubby fingers on whatever it is they are always after in these museums. Intelligent people!
The top 80 most popular Alternate News-Information websites on the Internet
Friday, 25 February 2011
Libya oil production to shut down completely - BofA
Saudi Arabia Raises Oil Output By 8% (I suspect peak oil happening any time soon - like, this century - is a hoax, whether or not oil is a fossil fuel. However, despite their own problems, the royal Saudis are loving the chaos right now that's driving up oil prices, surely?)
Ted Pike - Beck Is Right! 'Secular' Judaism Is Like Radical Islam
Genetic testing proves antioxidants prevent, treat cancer
Water secrets (take it or leave it)
A Skeptic Reads the Manhattan Declaration
The Manhattan Declaration
Why the Illuminati Tolerate Truthers (I don't agree with that statement...more like they try to marginalise and co-opt them...but still I agree with a lot of what the author says.)
Debunk This! - Chemtrails
Chemtrails Totally Exposed
How Any Herd Mentality Works: The Asch Experiment
Evil Comes From Hierachy: The Stanford Prison Experiment
The Banality of Evil: The Milgram Experiment
What's the common theme running through those three studies? The abandonment of the INDIVIDUAL in favour of the collective. The abandonment of responsibility and the merging with the hive mind. The renegades dismissed as villains. The nothing flowing from the hollow soul of statism.
I was listening to an old radio archive today, and some fellow mentions forests on Mars. And I'm like WTF!!! First pyramids and now this? Brought up the search engine faster than you could say "why is it that polar flights never go directly over the pole?" Well, not really news, but hey there you go.
Oh, and - ahem - Atlantis has been found...
In my case, I was researching Theosophy, Aliens stuff, the Paranormal, Astrology, Numerology, Symbolism; many things. Now let me be absolutely clear; I am not saying don't study these things, no no. Do! But if you're going to kick a door in, better remember to stack up first.
I was never motivated by anything other than the search for truth and goodness. I did believe that the Christians were being a little superstitious about labelling everything as 'Satanic' or 'demonic', and basically saying "don't look at it". Now I am a contrarian at heart, and when I see a bunch of people saying don't look at this/don't speak about that, I am naturally going to do exactly what they say don't do. (Yes I am aware this can be a weakness at times, as well as a strength at others). ESPECIALLY if they don't make a logical case, and you know - I'm sure Christians can take the criticism - how demagogic these fellows can come across as. You know who I mean, the ones who seem to enjoy telling others (usually atheists) how "you're gonna burn in Hell". Logic is not exactly their star quality.
I could probably write a much longer post detailing every strange thing I can remember that happened to me either before, during or after sleep, or just during the day, at this time (sort of Feb-May last year, mostly). It could get a little repetitive, though; what follows is a summary.
I will tell you what started it all off. I was listening to these things before going to bed one night, particularly the 396 Hz was what I hold responsible. Being awake and able to think and see, apparently, when my eyes were actually shut (which happened only this one time, at 4:44am exactly), sort of an 'OBE-lite' I guess.
A couple of times I experienced a mild version of the suffocation thing but thankfuklly with no accompanying figure as described above; had the most horrid surreal dreams, although to be fair not all were horrid; and oh yes the times, always the times, all the 11s and 33s and 3:33 4:44 5:55 etc etc etc ad nauseum. I recall I went three days in a row randomly glancing at the clock to see 11:11 am, so unlikely given that I did so at most every half hour.
Once, a bee started buzzing all around the (closed) window like it was trying to get in. So odd, usually they move on after a few seconds, but it kept going for whole minutes, it wouldn't give up! So I researched if there was a meaning of the bee symbolism and of course it is a Merovignian bloodline symbol and of importance to Masons too.
When I was nearing sleep, I repeatedly - by which I mean about once a minute (must have been hundreds, maybe thousands of times overall, just became routine) - would drift into a state where I couldn't move for about 3-10 seconds, which I always got out of by consciously trying to move my toes, as you are supposed to do to stop sleep paralysis. No idea why that works but it does.
Once I was so convinced that my brother was in the room behind me that I started talking only to turn around and nobody there, oh boy that is going to mess with you. I mean, all this stuff causes sleep deprivation, just totally messes with your wellbeing. (I never engaged in ritual or any of the other practices described in the video. Also I never had quite such clear visions/confrontations as others with more severe sleep paralysis describe.)
So what changed? In the end, I simply apologised to God. And that's it. No secret. No mystery. Only the short bursts of sleep paralysis continued, until the absolutely surreal - well I can't just call it a 'vision', because it was more than that - of my own death that I recounted here on the blog back in I think August or so. And since then nothing. (What are the odds, if we are looking for a 'rational'/conventional explanation?)
I mean, you can believe what you want to believe. I am not a demagogue; perhaps your 'path', so to speak, is different to mine. In fact, of course that is the case. But what I'm saying is, take it or leave it, don't underestimate the demonic. I arrived at the conclusion, not out of 'belief' but out of empiricism, that the Christians had a point.
Thursday, 24 February 2011
David Cameron last night defied mounting criticism over his arms mission to the Middle East – declaring that Britain has ‘nothing to be ashamed of’ for selling weapons to Arab leaders.
The Prime Minister accused his critics of being ‘at odds with reality’ after he was condemned for taking eight arms manufacturers on his tour of the Gulf.
They were invited to join his trip despite concerns that British-made equipment had been used by the Gaddafi regime to suppress unrest in Libya.
But yesterday an angry Mr Cameron said he could not understand why anyone would oppose his attempts to boost British defence sales in such a volatile region.
In a speech to the Kuwaiti parliament, he admitted that past British governments had miscalculated in their policy of propping up brutal dictators in the region.
But his warm words on peace and democracy have been overshadowed by the disclosure that his delegation contains bosses from such arms firms as BAe Systems, Thales UK, Atkins and Qinetiq.
Marking the 20th anniversary of Kuwait’s liberation from Saddam Hussein’s forces, Mr Cameron said: ‘A properly regulated trade in defence is nothing we should be ashamed of.
‘The fact that there are British defence companies on this visit – BAe, Thales and others – is perfectly right in this regard.’
The Foreign Office has already revoked a series of export licences for Libya and Bahrain in the wake of the crackdowns on protesters in those countries. But Mr Cameron said it was right to do business with allies such as Kuwait.
‘The idea that Kuwait should not be able to have its own armed forces able to defend its own country, I find an extraordinary argument to make when we helped liberate the country,’ he said.
‘We have probably the toughest set of export rules probably anywhere in the world. It is obviously difficult to get it right on every occasion.’
An angry Mr Cameron told a journalist: ‘I simply don’t understand how you can’t understand that democracies have a right to defend themselves.
Nice strawman, Call Me Dave.
Does the word 'democracy' remotely apply to Libya?
(edit: see also here, he says the international community may need to take action? Twisted firestarter.)
But really, this is a much older and bigger story isn't it...
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Just as a synopsis, the fake coins found thus far are old editions mostly from the 1800s. You can tell a fake by its lack of the distinctive 'ring' sound when dropped, or by attraction to a magnet.
"Stacks of ingots, bars, all kinds of stuff - they make everything from pennies all the way up to silver dollars," says Port Angeles police officer Duane Benedict. "China is making these things by the thousands."
**ALERT** FAKE Silver Coins/Bars/Ingots ARE on the market in U.S.!
I looked into this a while ago, and apparently due to the 'manufacturing' cost, faking silver coins is barely worth it, whereas bars in larger denominations are much more lucrative. So if they're faking silver coins too, it seems to me that plain profit is not the (only) motive. Clue: banksters have a lot of paper silver promises to cover.
ATHENS, Greece — They blockade highway toll booths to give drivers free passage. They cover subway ticket machines with plastic bags so commuters can't pay. Even doctors are joining in, preventing patients from paying fees at state hospitals.
Some call it civil disobedience. Others a freeloading spirit. Either way, Greece's "I Won't Pay" movement has sparked heated debate in a nation reeling from a debt crisis that's forced the government to take drastic austerity measures — including higher taxes, wage and pension cuts, and price spikes in public services.
What started as a small pressure group of residents outside Athens angered by higher highway tolls has grown into a movement affecting ever more sectors of society — one that many say is being hijacked by left-wing parties keen to ride popular discontent.
A rash of political scandals in recent years, including a dubious land swap deal with a rich monastery and alleged bribes in state contracts — has fueled the rebellious mood.
At dawn last Friday, about 100 bleary-eyed activists from a Communist Party-backed labor union covered ticket machines with plastic bags at Athens metro stations, preventing passengers from paying their fares, to protest public transport ticket price hikes.
Other activists have taped up ticket machines on buses and trams. And thousands of people simply don't bother validating their public transport tickets when they take the subway or the bus.
"The people have paid already through their taxes, so they should be able to travel for free," said Konstantinos Thimianos, 36, an activist standing at the metro picket line in central Syntagma Square.
In one of their frequent occupations of the toll booths on the northern outskirts of Athens recently, protesters wore brightly colored vests with "total disobedience" emblazoned across their backs, and chanted: "We won't pay for their crisis!"
The tactic has cropped up in the health sector, with some state hospital doctors staging a blockade in front of pay counters to prevent patients from paying their €5 flat fee for consultations.
Critics deride the protests as yet another example of a freeloading mentality that helped lead the country into its financial mess.
"The course from initial lawlessness to final wanton irresponsibility is like a spreading cancer," Dionysis Gousetis said in a recent column in the respected daily broadsheet Kathimerini.
"Now, with the crisis as an alibi ... the freeloaders don't hide. They appear publicly and proudly and act like heroes of civil disobedience. Something like Rosa Parks or Mahatma Gandhi," Gousetis wrote. "They're not satisfied with not paying themselves. They are forcing others to follow them."
Many accuse left-wing parties and labor unions of usurping a grassroots movement with legitimate grievances for their own political ends.
"You think that lawlessness is something revolutionary, which helps the Greek people," Prime Minister George Papandreou said recently, lashing out in Parliament at Coalition of the Left party head Alexis Tsipras. "It is the lawlessness which we have in our country that the Greek people are paying for today."
But there is something about the "I Won't Pay" movement that speaks to something deeper within Greek society: a propensity to bend the rules, to rebel against authority, particularly that of the state.
It is so ingrained that many Greeks barely notice the myriad small, daily transgressions — the motorcycle driving on the sidewalk, the car running the red light, the blatant disregard of yet another government attempt to ban smoking in restaurants and bars.
Less innocuous is persistent and widespread tax avoidance despite increasingly desperate government measures.
"There is a general culture of lawlessness, starting from the most basic thing, tax evasion or tax avoidance, which is something that Greeks have been exercising since their state was created," said social commentator Nikos Dimou.
But many see the "I Won't Pay" movement as something much simpler: the people's refusal to pay for the mistakes of a series of governments accused of squandering the nation's future through corruption and cronyism.
"I don't think it's part of the Greek character. Greeks, when they see that the law is being applied in general, they will implement it too," said Nikos Louvros, the 55-year-old chain-smoking owner of an Athens bar that openly flouts the smoking ban.
"But when it isn't being applied to some, such as when there are ministers who have been stealing, ... Well, if the laws aren't implemented at the top, others won't implement them."
Four men launched a horrific attack on a teacher in which they slashed his face and left him with a fractured skull because they did not approve of him teaching religion to Muslim girls.
Akmol Hussein, 26, Sheikh Rashid, 27, Azad Hussain, 25, and Simon Alam, 19, attacked Gary Smith with a Stanley knife, an iron rod and a block of cement.
Mr Smith, who is head of religious education at Central Foundation Girls' School in Bow, east London, also suffered a fractured skull.
The four now face a jail sentence.
There is a trend in some sections of the 'truth' movement to be apologist for the Muzzies, on the grounds that there is an agenda to bring Islam and the West into conflict. And oh boy, there certainly is that agenda. The milint jobs of 9/11, 7/7 etc are indeed part of that agenda. Millions of innocent Muslims/Arabs have been killed directly and indirectly due to these contrived wars in the 'post 9/11 world', of course.
As scunnert said, fill the country with Muslims then bomb Muslim countries...what did they think was going to happen? Well, they knew. Create the crisis, offer the solution. (which in this circumstance may be ID cards, police state stuff, fake war on terror, or support for Israel.)
But this is not Reptillian Humanoids dressed as Muslims, going around knifing kaffirs to discredit Islam, the religion of peace. This is just Muslims living out a totalitarian ideology. Sorry.
h/t Skeptical Eye
But who would build roads?
How would we maintain order?
Aren't these things desirable?
Kind of like how a flat screen TV is desirable?
Who builds flat screen TVs?
Ooh not forgetting the other one,
What if someone tried to take over?
(Umm, I think that one may have already happened...)
Also btw anyone familiar with Georgism? Interesting different perspective.
In general I steer clear of 'political ideology' per se, since it tends to get too narrowed down to arguing specific, small issues rather than seeing the bigger picture, the importance of embracing freedom and the non-initiation-of-force principle, and then within that framework different groups can live how they see fit.
(yeah, best think twice before jumping on that^ bandwagon, or at least check out the ACL first)
But one thing I will say is that our language is so unfairly biased against anarchists. First of all the term anarchy, and its cultural associations. Sorry, I'm not a fan of the crazy hair...lol. Secondly the behaviour of people (often police provocateurs, as I have said before) calling themselves anarchists and then smashing things up and saying 'F the Police' and 'F the troops'. Thirdly, the notion that government is there to protect your life, liberty and property, when all they ever do is the exact opposite.
Now I suggest a change in the semantics that will make it more clear. Instead of talking about 'getting rid of the government' (which makes people think - not entirely unreasonably - of disorder and chaos), how about keeping all the current government institutions but having them be funded voluntarily. So really only taxes and the debt slave currency monopoly have to go - and indeed they do, as they are a total violation of morality on every level, and a symptom of our fallen state, as I said. Police remain. Courts remain. Hell, the Mil-Int still remain. They just have to get their funding either by selling their services, or by charitable donation like any other NGO.
A good example btw would be the RNLI here in the UK/Eire, totally donation funded right now, and they do great and heroic work rescuing people at sea, just as good as any government funded scheme could be (until looking into it, I presumed government ran the lifeboats just as they currently run other emergency services). Do the RNLI not send a lifeboat because it would be cheaper not to? NO! Because a) they are good people I presume, and b) they would lose public support and thus donations, if people thought they were a bunch of 'death panel' enthusiasts who liked to 'deny care'.
Imagine kids standing around with loud shaking buckets of coins, just like they do for charities, but with 'MI5' written on the label. Or 'Royal Groom of the Stole Fund'. Haaaaaa. If I ever see that I'll know 'we' have won. : )
(Was that a little Freudian slip at 28:40? ;)
Fading Anti-Semitism. The principal cause, as well as symptom of these successes, anti-Semitism has fallen to historic lows among white Christians, which still form America�s dominant cultural group. Once a significant factor in American life, anti-Semitism has become a peripheral phenomenon. A recent ADL study found only some 12 percent of white Christian Americans hold anti-Semitic attitudes. Indeed, a key factor contributing to the crisis in Jewish Continuity is that our neighbors like us and often wish to marry us and have children with us.
A key factor contibuting to the crisis in Jewish Continuity is that our neighbours like us.
A key factor. Crisis.
Our neighbours like us.
See, to anyone else that would be a GOOD sign.
Just like in early 1900s Germany, the Germans were in fact so nice to the Jews that the Zionists had to force them to leave (as planned) for Palestine, by instigating severe persecution (Hitler was a Rothschild). So 'Judea declares war on Germany' in 1933, and boycotts them. And Germans and others retaliate by boycotting Judean businesses, and the rest is history.
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
CO2, aka plant oxygen, is of the devil - but we need more GM crops of course...they aren't a threat to the environment, they are a neccessity to feed the fake 'population bomb' we keep hearing about (which will peak at ~9 billion around 2050 and then subside due to collapsing fertility rates; UN's own figures). So hard to keep up with all the different, inconsistent eco-Malthusian narratives floating around these days.
Charlie, your Royal Heartless, says we have to 'do it for the children'. Oh, the age old colletivist mantra, the children, eh? Hey how's Hollie Greig doing, Charlie? You know about that don't you? The children. Spare me. Mr Depopulationist.
Anyway, why are we listening to this buffoon, he's not even the Prince of Wales - Owain Glyndŵr is! lol, the last real one, anyway. Funny story actually, I didn't like the Welsh when I was much younger (full disclosure - author's ancestry research has turned up a Welsh-only surnamed great grandparent), as I thought this wife-executing lizard was Welsh, which is a forgivable mistake due to the misleading title. I wonder how much of the ludicrous English dislike (putting it mildly) for Germans, is based on the incorrect assumption that their royals are Germans. Hahaha.
Monday, 21 February 2011
Iceland’s President Olafur R. Grimsson will give his country’s voters the final say on repaying about $5 billion in debts owed to the U.K. and the Netherlands to cover depositor claims.
Grimsson’s announcement yesterday that he won’t sign a depositor accord struck between the three countries’ governments in December follows lawmaker approval of the bill. He told reporters he was responding to popular demand for a referendum after more than 42,000 of Iceland’s 318,000 inhabitants signed a petition asking him to block the accord. Forty-four of the Reykjavik-based parliament’s 63 lawmakers voted for the bill on Feb. 16.
“There is support for the view that the people should once again, as before, act together with the parliament as the legislator in this matter,” Grimsson said.
Good for the people of Iceland for resisting. Don't pay the fake debt! Same goes everywhere!
It's all fake, just like in Ireland, the international bankers create fraudulent assets then when they blow up, try to shovel the losses onto the people of the occupied nation. And then (in this case) they get ordinary British/Dutch people who did lose their savings and were wronged, to blame the people of Iceland for daring to refuse to pay the 'debt', rather than the banking fraud in the first place that caused the problem.
Many of the biggest Icesave losers were UK local councils, who 'invested' their (stolen) funds into this 'opportunity' (Ponzi scheme). And then, oops, the bankers took it by fraud. Aaaaaand it's gone. Oh dear, what an unfortunate loss for the government, who as we all know only funnel wealth to the poor and would never funnel wealth to the superclass...
If we had rule of law that applied to everyone, rather than central bank/fractional reserve legalised (regulated) counterfeit, most bankers would either be in prison or not be doing what they are doing, and we wouldn't be in this situation.
Nobody ever really asks, if not by fraud, why does a bank collapse? After all, they have all those peoples' savings in there, don't they? Don't they?
Apples don't fall without gravity. Banks don't collapse without fraud.
Sunday, 20 February 2011
Gay hotels investigated for breaching equality laws
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is examining whether "gay-only" guesthouses breach new laws designed to prevent people being treated unfairly in the provision of goods or services.
Last month, Christian owners of a guesthouse in Cornwall became the first to be found guilty of discrimination under equality laws after they refused to let a homosexual couple stay in a double room, in a legal action supported by the EHRC.
Now, the watchdog says it must establish an "objective balance" by considering if gays-only accommodation also defies the legislation.
Its lawyers are now investigating the issue and the EHRC says it has not ruled out taking legal action against "gay-only" hotels if they are deemed to be discriminating against heterosexuals.
However, it admits that it has not received a single complaint from the public about such establishments.
The watchdog has also said it spent £15,320 of taxpayers' money on projects to ensure hotels run by Christians are complying with the law and has written to warn them over their treatment of homosexuals.
Hoteliers who run same-sex guesthouses fear they could be put out of business if they are forced to open their doors to heterosexual couples as it will make their core market feel more self-conscious.
John Bellamy, 55, who runs a homosexual hotel in Bournemouth for men only, said that the new legislation could result in the closure of exclusively gay guesthouses.
While he said he welcomed the new equality laws for tackling discrimination, he added that it had "come at a price".
"I knew we'd get this as the new legislation is a double-edged sword," said Mr Bellamy, who runs Hamilton Hall, which advertises that "clothing is optional" at the hotel.
"We've been campaigning for this law for years so that everyone is equal, but it could spell the end of gay-only resorts.
"Gay bars and clubs are closing because they can't restrict themselves any more and the gay world is losing its culture."
Mark Hurst, who runs a "gay-only" guesthouse in Blackpool has also expressed fears that he could lose his homosexual clientele if he is forced to accept heterosexual people.
"Many of them would feel more self-conscious. Many of our guests like to just sit on the settee in the lounge and cuddle up to watch a film," he said.
"They can hold hands and have a little kiss and would behave in a way they may not if they were in a mixed crowd."
The EHRC said: "As discriminatory issues concerning 'Christian' bed and breakfast establishments and hotels have been officially brought to our attention, and as we are testing the law in this area, there is a need for the Commission to establish an 'objective balance'.
"We are, therefore, looking in to the matter of 'gay-only' hotels'/B&B establishments and the potentially discriminatory policies towards heterosexual couples that some of those 'gay-only' establishments may hold."
And so the moral of the story is...you play with feathers, you get yer arse tickled. Oh never mind, that was Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere. My bad.
If you spend most of your time lobbying for silly 'anti-discrimination' laws, homosexuals, and picking on that poor family hotel just because it was Christian run, then don't complain when the authoritarian monster you helped create, ruins things for you too.
(if you think a business is run by assholes, and others agree, then boycott it and let people know...the market will take care of it.)
How about this. You run your own business, and you serve and don't serve whoever you please, and no 'equality laws'. No Smoking Ban either, by the way, let businesses choose, and let people choose whether to support smoking or non-smoking businesses. Same goes in all cases.
This to some is a form of 'private tyranny', but frankly, considering we live in Orwell's vision, I'm not surprised to hear that "Freedom is Slavery". State-Corporatism is not freedom, neither is Government; it is its antithesis. Everything the state does, violates the golden rule. Government is the only group that should not be able to discriminate (as it claims to have power over everyone by force, unlike citizens who by and large are not so arrogant).
And while we're on the subject, of course I don't have a problem with your 'marriages' or whatever you want to call it. Well, even if I did, even if I thought it was a bit gross, that's not the point is it; you still have the right. But also respect the right of any religious institution to not have them within their institution. And the right of anyone to criticise you just as you may (and indeed do) criticise herterosexuals.
While these 'colour revolutions' tend to be Soros type affairs, there also seems to be a genuine nature to them, especially this protest in Communist China. Dangerous game for the 'globalists' to play, riling up the masses, although it seems they saw revolt coming and are trying to 'get in first' with their own co-opted groups to steer any legitimate popular movement into a wall. See the Tea Party.
(the world over, the same story, the same 'state' of affairs. Picture from 2009 protests in China.)
China tries to stamp out 'Jasmine Revolution'
BEIJING – Jittery Chinese authorities wary of any domestic dissent staged a show of force Sunday to squelch a mysterious online call for a "Jasmine Revolution," with only a handful of people joining protests apparently modeled on the pro-democracy demonstrations sweeping the Middle East.
Authorities detained activists, increased the number of police on the streets, disconnected some cell phone text messaging services and censored Internet postings about the call to stage protests in Beijing, Shanghai and 11 other major cities.
Police took at least three people away in Beijing, one of whom tried to place white jasmine flowers on a planter while hundreds of people milled about the protest gathering spot, outside a McDonald's on the capital's busiest shopping street. In Shanghai, police led away three people near the planned protest spot after they scuffled in an apparent bid to grab the attention of passers-by.
Many activists said they didn't know who was behind the campaign and weren't sure what to make of the call to protest, which first circulated Saturday on the U.S.-based Chinese-language news website Boxun.com.
The unsigned notice called for a "Jasmine Revolution" — the name given to the Tunisian protest movement — and urged people "to take responsibility for the future." Participants were urged to shout, "We want food, we want work, we want housing, we want fairness" — a slogan that highlights common complaints among Chinese.
The call is likely to fuel anxiety in China's authoritarian government, which is ever alert for domestic discontent and has appeared unnerved by protests in Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, Yemen, Algeria and Libya. It has limited media reports about them, stressing the instability caused by the protests, and restricted Internet searches to keep Chinese uninformed about Middle Easterners' grievances against their autocratic rulers.
Though there are many similarities between the complaints voiced by Middle East citizens and the everyday troubles of Chinese, Beijing's tight grip on the country's media, Internet and other communication forums poses difficulties for anyone trying to organize mass demonstrations.
Extensive Internet filtering and monitoring meant that most Chinese were unlikely to know about the call to protest Sunday. Boxun.com is blocked, as are Twitter and Facebook, which were instrumental in Egypt's protest movement. Tech-savvy Chinese can circumvent controls, but few of the country's Internet users seek out politically subversive content.
Anti-government gatherings in China are routinely stamped out by its pervasive security forces, which are well-funded and well-equipped. A pro-democracy movement in 1989 that directly challenged the Communist government was crushed by the military and hundreds, perhaps thousands, were killed.
On Saturday, President Hu Jintao ordered national and provincial officials to "solve prominent problems which might harm the harmony and stability of the society."
One person sitting in the McDonald's after the brief protest in Beijing said he saw Sunday's gathering as a dry run.
"Lots of people in here are Twitter users and came to watch like me," said 42-year-old Hu Di. "Actually this didn't have much organization, but it's a chance to meet each other. It's like preparing for the future."
With foot traffic always heavy at the Wangfujing pedestrian mall, it was difficult to discern who showed up to protest, who came to watch and who was out shopping. Many wondered if there was a celebrity in the area because of the heavy police presence and dozens of foreign reporters and news cameras.
As the crowd swelled and police urged people to move on, 25-year-old Liu Xiaobai placed a white jasmine flower on a planter in front of the McDonald's and took some photos with his cell phone.
"I'm quite scared because they took away my phone. I just put down some white flowers, what's wrong with that?" Liu said afterward. "I'm just a normal citizen and I just want peace."
Security agents tried to take away Liu, but he was swarmed by journalists and eventually was seen walking away with a friend.
Two other people were taken away by police, including a shabbily dressed old man who was cursing and shouting, though it wasn't clear if he was there because of the online call to protest.
In Shanghai, three young men were taken away from outside a Starbucks coffee shop in People's Square by police, who refused to answer reporters' questions about why they were detained. They trio had been shouting complaints about the government and that food prices are too high.
A couple dozen older people were drawn to the commotion and started voicing their own complaints and saying they wanted democracy and the right to vote. One woman jumped up on a roadside cement block to shout, "The government are all hooligans," then ran off, only to return a bit later and shout again at the police and others crowded in the area before once again scampering away.
Security officials were relaxed toward the retirees and the crowd eventually drifted away.
There were no reports of protests in other cities where people were urged to gather, such as Guangzhou, Tianjin, Wuhan and Chengdu.
Ahead of the planned protests, human rights groups estimated that anywhere from several dozen to more than 100 activists in cities across China were detained by police, confined to their homes or were missing. Families and friends reported the detention or harassment of several dissidents, and some activists said they were warned not to participate.
On Sunday, searches for "jasmine" were blocked on China's largest Twitter-like microblog, and status updates with the word on popular Chinese social networking site Renren.com were met with an error message and a warning to refrain from postings with "political, sensitive ... or other inappropriate content."
A text messaging service from China Mobile was unavailable in Beijing on Sunday due to an upgrade, according to a customer service operator for the leading service provider, who did not know how long the suspension would last. In the past, Chinese authorities have suspended text messaging in politically tense areas to prevent organizing.
Boxun.com said its website was attacked Saturday after it posted the call to protest. A temporary site, on which users were reporting heavy police presence in several cities, was up and running Sunday. The site said in a statement it had no way of verifying the origins of the campaign.
Now compare with the Mail's take on things. "China rounds up 100 activists to rapidly quash pro-democracy 'Jasmine Revolution' organised online"
(Puts on best blueblood voice) Ugh the savages, put them down immediately! Back to your hovels you wretched slaves!
IMO the tone of that article says that the Crown is not involved in this Chinese unrest. Things get wild in China often anyway (even if it's never reported), see the second video here for instance. They are not all happy serfs either.
But you see the difference...Obama Cameron etc aren't going to be calling for China to 'democratise' any time soon are they...
Saturday, 19 February 2011
A 16-year-old son has allegedly confessed to killing his mother because she took away his Playstation games console.
Kendall Anderson attacked his mother Rashida with a claw hammer while she slept, bludgeoning her 20 times, police say.
When the hammer attack didn't kill her, the South Philadelphia teenager dragged the 37-year-old downstairs and tried to 'cremate her' in the kitchen oven, according to a court report in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
When that failed, he grabbed a chair leg and beat her around the head, before dumping her body in an alley behind the house, it is claimed.
'The victim's body was found under debris,' a police source told MailOnline. 'She had suffered a blunt trauma to the head.'
Wearing a blue striped polo shirt and casual trousers, 5ft8 Kendall appeared in court today, where the alleged confession was read out.
According to his police statement, he spent three hours trying to decide whether he should kill his mother after she removed his computer games on the day after Thanksgiving, November 26.
'I couldn't stand the arguing,' he said in the statement, after apparently killing her at around 9pm.
The 11th grader has now been ordered to stand trial for murder, possession of an instrument of crime and abuse of a corpse.
Philadelphia police homicide Det. Thorsten Lucke, who read out the confession in court, said Anderson had expressed remorse for the crime and told him: 'If I could, I would not do it again.
'I really miss my mom... she was the only person who cared for me.'
First of all, in the interest of full disclosure. You know fine well where I got this story from and why it was linked there. But that's not what I want to talk about - really. I've got that out of my system so to speak, call it a brief (~8 month) detox after 15 years of politically correct brainwashing. It is what it is.
Two Hours of Gaming = One Line of Coke? (I think this concept is misleading, as there is no withdrawal from games. But anything involving a TV set does have effects on your brain comparable to drugs, see here.)
No, I'm discussing videogame dependency, which is something that I know about. Like most of what is promoted in today's corporate technotronic era of flashing lights, endless nothingness ritual is all I can describe it as. Oh but I was very good at it. You ask what it is that keeps people playing, I have never heard a good answer to that question from anyone. (Sort of like asking a drunk why they keep drinking.) I don't have a good answer. But my, it took a lot of time out of my day. Several times I stopped playing only to resume again within weeks. In the end what settled it was when I gave all my games to mother and told her to hide them, and that was the end of that.
Now the point here is not that I am comparing videogames to drugs. No, actually, not at all. Drugs are physically addictive (okay, most drugs). What we're talking about is psychological dependency (thank you Jeremy Kyle and that Graham fellow for the clarification). In other words, the 'substance' is a mental crutch. This may surprise non-gamers, but I would suggest videogames, while billed as fun, actually supplant work in the human psyche. Because, they generally revolve around repetitive tasks that often aren't fun, at least IMO. I didn't keep playing CoD because it was fun, but because it was like earning things, like work. I am not very surprised that some people would be willing to work for nothing but made up online currency; see here.
I would recommend keeping your children if you have any, away from these things completely (lest they end up like this fine hyperactive young gentleman). I was a lot better off before having anything to do with them. Same goes really for the internet, as it shatters your attention span. Although we are here to learn and to teach, right? Yes that means *you*, close that pr0n! I can see you from here! lol
Ancient Britons stand accused today of ritually killing each other, boiling and eating human flesh and drinking out of hollowed out skulls – including the skulls of children. This may be a startling revelation to the general public, but I doubt that it will be much of a surprise to anthropologists. And it may even come as a relief to champions of aboriginal peoples around the world who have tried to dismiss evidence of native cannibalism as a white colonialist smear. At least now they can say: the Brits were at it, too.
The most significant thing about the discoveries, arguably, is the relative sophistication of the society that committed these atrocities. These cannibals were Ice Age hunter-gatherers, not savages. They chopped up the bodies and hollowed out the skulls with meticulous culinary precision. (It’s sheer coincidence, I’m sure, that the ancestors of these Cro-Magnon people came from France.) (- oh you just couldn't resist the cheap shot could you...)
It’s an uncomfortable truth that cannibalism isn’t confined to the most primitive people, but survived among societies – even civilisations – that Western scholars have depicted as “noble”, “peaceful” and “advanced”. For most of the 20th century, for example, there was a romantic cult of the Mayans of Central America as a gentle theocracy ruled by priest-astronomers. Then the murals of Bonampak were discovered – gorgeous works of art, but obviously the product of a people whose warrior-kings were ankle-deep in gore. Now the consensus is that the Mayans practised Aztec-style human sacrifice and ate the hearts of the the victims.
Theories involving cannibalism can wreak havoc in an age when archaeologists have to work in a politically correct academic environment. There was an explosive row in the late 1990s when evidence emerged that the Anasazi, ancestors of the revered Hopi Native Americans, sometimes butchered human victims like game animals.
Here’s the indignant response of one Debra Martin, an anthropology professor from Massachusetts, to research by physical anthropologist Christy Turner, who claimed to have found evidence of cannibalism at 38 Anasazi sites:
“Why does Christy think that if bones are cut and flesh cooked that it means cannibalism? Why can’t it also indicate the killing of witches? Why can’t it be ritual mortuary practice?”
Some Native American spokesmen, meanwhile, just refused to countenance the hypothesis. So have the representatives of other aboriginal peoples confronted by evidence of ancestral cannibalism, particularly if the practice occurred recently. As for New Age worshippers of the noble savage, the whole subject induces acute cognitive dissonance.
As I say, evidence that white Europeans were cannibals may take the edge off their distress.
I think it's a dangerous fiction, the idea of the 'gentle' primitive world; not just in terms of people, but in terms of animals - see the 'green' or 'animal liberation' mythos. Very misleading.
Anyone reminded of "General Butt Naked" of Liberia? I dunno, that just occurred to me.
Although, on the other side of the argument, a mythical picture of humans devolving into cannibal maniacs in the absence of government, is spun by the state/corporate media (post-apocalyptic games/films especially) to keep us afraid of freedom and instead demanding 'order' from the government, which only creates more problems.
You're a libertarian because you abhor violence . . .
When a neighbor isn't willing to contribute as much to a social project as you are, you'd never think of:
Using a gun to force him to contribute;
Hiring an armed gang to threaten to kidnap him or confiscate his money if he didn't contribute;
Using the government in place of the armed gang if he didn't contribute – because every government program, in the final analysis, involves violence against those who don't comply.
If two people have agreed to engage in voluntary behavior between them, with no violence involved, you'd never think of:
Using a gun to stop them;
Hiring an armed gang to threaten to kidnap them if they didn't stop;
Using the government in place of the armed gang to stop them.
If a company and an individual have agreed to engage in voluntary behavior between them, with no violence involved, you'd never think of:
Using a gun to stop them;
Hiring an armed gang to threaten to kidnap them if they didn't stop;
Using the government in place of the armed gang to stop them.
If a foreign government is not attacking America, you'd never support the idea of initiating violence against the foreign country.
As one who abhors violence, you're willing to tolerate anything that's peaceful, and you practice the principle of live and let live – opposing the initiation of force (violence) against anyone for any purpose.
That's why you're a libertarian.
Please, don't ask difficult questions like what kind of impact this and (since 1991) DU may have had on human cancer rates. (oh sh- I just realised...not relevant to prev post. oh that's awkward...nvm.) It's just a few particles of radioactive dust blowing all over the Earth. Nothing to worry about...
(second one is not totally relevant, but I just had to post it anyway...layers of truth beyond the obvious there!)
While I only encountered what Katherine had to say after waking up, those who have been around this blog long enough to remember 'Art, Freedom and Happiness' may recall as I do that it was her (KA's) work that woke AF&H up. From one (presumably) German American woman to another.
It's Katherine who greets you at the top left of this blog, not for any particular reason other than it's a good quote to 'defuse' the whole left-right thing that often stops us from discussing 'real issues'.
She is an important voice against the tyranny of RFID, and no doubt as a Christian she would appreciate your prayers.
Here's hoping for her full recovery.
Friday, 18 February 2011
Contemplate the larger pattern. The Anglosphere has built up militant Islam piece by piece throughout the 20th and 21st century. The current geographical configuration of Africa and the Middle East is the creation of the Anglosphere. Wahhabism is funded by Saudi Arabia, a creation of the Anglosphere (note - Sauds=cryptoSephardi). Pakistan and its madrassas are a creation of the Anglosphere. The radicalization of Islam has been achieved through wars waged by the Anglosphere against the very Islamic movements it has been responsible for setting in motion.
The Obama administration may be "clueless" but this is only a further illustration of how the Anglo-American axis apparently works. The forces set in motion are far larger than any individual political functionary, even one so putatively powerful as Barack Obama. In fact Obama's lack of insight – if it exists – into the current Middle East situation provides deniability, a kind of cover that the mainstream media can trumpet.
Seen from this perspective, the process of Islamic radicalization is neither surprising nor unexpected. It is part of a larger design that seems to be intended to pit the Western world against radicalized Islam. Even the purposeful introduction of Muslims into Europe and America has perhaps been calculated to inflate Western sentiment against Islam – a sentiment suddenly being given voice to by such world leaders as Angela Merkel and David Cameron.
Nothing happens in politics, we are informed, that is not purposeful – so President Franklin Delano Roosevelt explained (and he was certainly in a position to know). The final piece in the puzzle of what seems to be an assiduously cultivated long-term militarization of the Middle East is Israel itself. Israel, of course, is no coincidence either. The Anglosphere created Israel, funded it and protected it at great cost. Those at the very top of the hierarchy of the power elite actually constructed its Knesset and Supreme Court building free of charge. Israel is as much of creation of the Anglosphere as militant Islam.
It seems to us that more Islamic states – or influence at least – will soon be part of the political scene in the Middle East. The Islamic Brotherhood is said to be in talks with the Mubarak government and in Tunisia there is an emergent Muslim political presence as well. A variety of political solutions, from Westernized states (Arab emirates) to theocracies (Iran) will provide a new and more aggressive posture. Tensions between Israel and the Arab world will be ratcheted up. Jerusalem itself may well become an even bigger source of tensions and instability.
by David Horowitz
Long ago Bill Buckley drummed the anti-Semites out of the conservative movement, and the movement thrived as a result. But the Jew-haters have returned. For years the Texas crackpot, Ron Paul, has been attacking America and Israel as imperialist powers — the Great Satan and the Little Satan (uh, where did RP ever say that? Didn't think so), and calling for America’s retreat from the battle against our totalitarian enemies. At the recent CPAC conference Paul’s Jew-hating storm-troopers swarmed the Freedom Center’s table to vent their spleen against Israel as a Nazi state. Now Paul is making a priority of withdrawing aid for Israel — the only democracy in the Middle East and the only reliable ally of the United States.
See also - The Anti-Semites Who Swarmed Us at CPAC and the Future of the Right (I'd say they got that author's name about right...lol)
Horowitz is another one of those Commie imports, who got "mugged by reality", in other words decided to find a new ideology that both incorporates statism, and gives him the opportunity to be an Israel-firster without looking like too much of a hypocrite (as a Commie Israel-firster would). The same story applies to many influential Neocons.
First of all, I have to take down the elephant in the room here. Given the overwhelming evidence (e.g. Odigo Warnings/Dancing Israelis) of Mossad foreknowledge of 9/11, just how can Horowitz keep a straight face when talking about "America's enemies" being strictly the Islamic world, and comparing cutting off poor ickle Israel, to Nazism? Excuuuuuse me.
Another talking point the Zionists tend to throw out is, if you are critical of Israel, then you are somehow apologetic for 'Islam'. IMO, let them bomb the hell out of each other if that's what they want to do, it's their problem to sort out their conflict. Has nothing to do with the West and it isn't our business. (I, of course, don't speak for Americans, and their foreign aid is their decision.) Why should Israel or the Arab nations have some special claim to be permanent foreign aid recipients?
How would they survive with just a few hundred nukes with which to defend themselves?
But who created the Arab-Israeli conflict? Our hebrew friend Jack Straw tells you about a quarter of the truth. Although, I don't support any of their (globalists') guilt narratives, as they never point the finger of blame at the truly guilty (i.e. themselves), and are simply used to further subjugate the mostly innocent target population. Yes including E/Js. Be good, and then you have no reason to be guilty.
Raw Milk Is Living, Alive – Lactic Acid Bacteria
Raw milk contains an abundance of what are called lactic acid bacteria.
These bacteria populate the gut and are fundamental to the immune
system. In fact, they are an integral part of the gut (which makes up
around 80% of the entire immune system and the lactic acid bacteria both
stimulate and modulate it)7. There are more bacteria in your gut than
there are cells in your entire body. You may have heard of the term
“probiotics” being used in the marketing of yoghurt drinks as health
foods. Milk contains these lactic acid bacteria in abundance, before they
are wiped out by pasteurisation.
Fox News Killed Monsanto Milk Story
Thursday, 17 February 2011
Oh come on, be a bit more original, Israel. You just don't have the same creative evil. No slave labour?! I'm sorry, that was the worst covenant genocide operation I've ever seen in a thousand years of judging your regimes. - er...Satan Cowell?
Wednesday, 16 February 2011
Sterilisation ruling: what is the Court of Protection?
What is the Court of Protection?
It is basically intended as a court for people who are not able to make specific decisions relating to their own welfare. Its activities only became a public forum in April last year.
What does it do?
It rules whether people are able to make decisions for themselves; rules on behalf of people who cannot adequately do so; decides on serious medical cases where the patient is not able to give or deny consent; and appoints deputies to act on behalf of those people in matters of money.
Effectively, it has the power of life or death. It can order or prevent abortions, impose treatment for potentially terminal conditions and turn off life-support systems.
Has it ruled on previous notable cases?
In the last year, the Court of Protection has been in the headlines repeatedly.
Last May, Sir Nicholas Wall, the President of the Family Division, ruled that a 55-year-old woman with learning difficulties had to receive treatment for cancer of the uterus even though she had a phobia of hospitals and needles.
In the same month, the family of a blind, autistic pianist called Derek Paravicini, 30, were given control of his affairs because he needs one-to-one care for life in a case that made legal history.
Last October, the court gave permission to doctors to force life-saving treatment on a 30-year-old woman, known only as SB, who has a fear of being touched, particularly by men, after it was told that she could die without emergency treatment for aplastic anaemia, a condition in which her bone marrow does not produce sufficient new cells to replenish blood cells.
Then, earlier this month, a 41-year-old man with a low IQ was banned from having sexual intercourse by a judge who admitted the case raised questions about "civil liberties and personal autonomy".
What if they say we're insane?
There have been many attempts to insinuate that 'conspiracy theorists' (that is, concerned citizens who don't trust the govt) are dangerous, crazy and/or mentally ill. I would dispute that.
If one wants to cast their net that wide looking for madness, look at the ruling class first. Sterilise those creepy people, if anyone. Who wants more Royals and Rockefellers anyway? Talk about useless eaters.
Okay so there are some mentally deficient people out there who can't look after themselves. But, this is a very weak excuse to grant such power to a court, that they can decide who is to be sterilised/aborted/killed. There is a reason why the term 'slippery slope' has become a cliche. Because that's the Illuminati MO!!
Those who fail to learn from history and all that.
Churchill and Eugenics; the 1913 Mental Deficiency Bill
One thing I will tack on the end here, is my 'eugenics disclaimer'. See, it's one thing to 'self-direct human evolution' by promoting good health, by promoting virtue, by raising people up, educating, enlightening, improving standards of living. That does fall under the literal definition of 'eugenics'. However, most of what the rulers of the world do, is geared towards dumbing people down and making them sicker and weaker.
Although researchers often describe the 'elite' as 'eugenicists', it is worth noting that (imo) simply using the term 'eugenics' may mislead people, as to their real motives. While they talk about improving humans, their main aim is to limit, to stunt, to deform humanity, not to enhance it. Which would be immoral in itself if done by force, but that is only the cover for the real agenda which is to kill kill kill, all the way down to 500 mil.
The best explanation I have heard of why females do better in the education system (43 mins onward).
Perhaps the biggest revelation is that 'fight-or-flight' is a male only phenomenon, at 33 mins. Females do something else called 'tend-and-befriend'.
Why do some continue to insist that gender is conditioned, in spite of the evidence?
"it's all good, and thank the good Lord that we have those differences"
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
NBC News report, 2007: (this is what you see)
The Countdown for Christians in Syria
Syrian Christians. Persecuted?
The Slow Genocide Against Christians in the Middle East
"It’s obvious who the culprits are. The extremist Muslims, specifically Sunnis, like al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood..."
"...but in Syria, the [Christian] community relies on the ruthlessness of the regime to protect it from the extremists"
The use of the Muslim Brotherhood by MI6 and the CIA in Egypt, Syria and Iran
Journospooks sowing discord? (old yet relevant)
I looked into this issue upon seeing this video today, from a Christian in Syria:
Meanwhile in ZO East Jerusalem... (oh that one doesn't fit the script does it? oops)
Certainly it is true that under Islamic rule Christians and others are often persecuted. But waaaaait a minute, maybe not always...the biggest killers of Christians have been Commies. Nudge wink. The same Commies (Neocons) who benefit from the Christian vs Muslim all war all the time narrative.
That is not me defending Islam. That's not the point.
- Links 28/Feb/11
- Dear Unremoved Tumour, Please Don't Grow Back. I t...
- Unions and Cuts and Kookie Cutters
- Iraqi Heroes - They're Organised, Too
- Conspiracy Ego Fest
- Links 25/Feb/11
- How To Stop Sleep Paralysis
- Does Cameron Know The Difference Between Kuwait An...
- Fake Silver Bars/Coins in the US, made in China
- Greek Civil Disobedience: "I Won't Pay" Movement
- Teacher Knifed by Islamist Nutjobs, Peace Be Upon ...
- The Philosophy of Liberty: Property
- David Icke and Jeff Rense - The Big Picture
- Who Said Zionists Benefit From Anti Semitism?
- Why Nobody Trusts the Manistream Media
- Charlie, Fake Prince of Wales, Fake Environmentalist
- Nuremburg Excuse
- Dump the Debt
- The Right To Discriminate - Do You See Now, Gays?
- Chinese 'Jasmine' revolution?
- Step Away From The Console
- FKN Newz - Happy Revolution, Baby!
- Ancient Britons Were Cannibals, Too
- Harry Browne - Why You Are A Libertarian
- This is why you need gun rights
- 2000+ Nuclear Explosions 1945-1998: Time Lapse Video
- Best Wishes to Katherine Albrecht
- West Builds Islam to Create a New War?
- Opposing International Welfare Is Anti Semitic
- Raw Milk Information
- Saw this and thought of that
- Fox News Caught Using Dirty Tricks Against Ron Paul
- The Orwellian-Russelian "Court of Protection" ster...
- The Takedown of Hosni Mubarak
- Katherine Albrecht - Biological Gender Differences
- Christian Persecution - Is Someone Spinning You A ...
- I Have A Conscience. White Nationalism Is Wrong.
- Change The Crown Can Believe In
- Swiss say 'no' to gun control
- Women rightly protest Berlusconi's misogyny
- Pastor Manning asks, What's Wrong With White Folks?
- maybe it's time to
- Uh oh...Major Greek White Nationalist March
- Cashless Centralist Economies Have All Failed
- Aaron Hawkins and MistrBrit - criticism of Zeitgei...
- Separation of Church and State is a Good Thing - H...
- Students say "F*** the Illuminati"
- Tell Me What's Great About Grate Britain
- The Return of Rickets (due to lack of sun exposure)
- Ron Paul's speech at CPAC 2011: The Brushfires of ...
- Nukes Found in San Diego Port?
- falling asleep circa 2009
- Cuts for UK Middle Class. Not for wars, corporatio...
- Do Western Authorities Care More About Hamsters Th...
- falling asleep circa 2006
- Mubarak steps down, hands power to Egypt Military
- How to recognise a Satanist?
- Sick, Misandrist, Anti Human Video
- Ron Paul's Consistency - CSPAN 1990
- falling asleep circa 2008
- Links 10/Feb/11
- Ron Paul - Fed update, Egypt crisis
- Cameron Wastes No Opportunity To Demonise 9/11 Tru...
- UK Sheeple Investing Recommendations
- Christian Zionists, again.
- SuperGran Gives Armed Robbers a Beating
- NZ Fluoridation - hanging on by the skin of its teeth
- EU gets its evil, Genetically Modified foot in the...
- David Icke on the Isle of Wight - the macrocosm
- Model crucified by media for calling sunscreen "po...
- EDL Rabbi Provocateur Makes Freudian Slip
- Links 7/Feb/11
- Louis Theroux - The Ultra-Zionists
- Why do we pay more for certain products than other...
- Minority Report: Companies Push For Ubiquitous Iri...
- Dutch Jews want a fast punishment for Anti Semitis...
- The Internet Should Not Be Anonymous?
- How Apple and Google will kill the password
- Yvonne Ridley says don't worry Egypt, MI6/London s...
- Webster Tarpley: US-UK Destabilization Rampage Tar...
- Links 1/Feb/11
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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!)