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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Glenn Beck Getting Payed Millions to Sell His Soul. LIAR!!

I'm by no means here to kiss your @#$. What Glenn Beck said today concerning the NAZI pig that killed that security guard was utter trash. He tried to lump 9/11 truthers in with this guy buy saying we were glad this happened? How bout a class action lawsuit worth about $400 million for slander. I thought Glen was trying to convey the truth to Americans but now I realize he is part of the psy op. Beck is garbage and should be arrested with all the other criminals in D.C.

Liar Glenn Beck says, "9/11 truthers hail museum shooter as hero."

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Posted: 10 Jun 2009 01:34 PM PDT

Bob Newman, a guest on Neil Cavuto, about 13 minutes into the show says shooter at Holocaust museum is part of 9/11 truther movement. Newman must have some pretty good connections to be spewing this filth. The moment of truth, IMO, is approaching quickly people. - TMR


I just watched my TiVo of Glenn Beck and this piece of garbage said, "it's being reported that 9/11 truthers are hailing the museum shooter as a hero."



Bob Newman, a guest on Neil Cavuto, about 13 minutes into the show says shooter at Holocaust museum is part of 9/11 truther movement. Newman must have some pretty good connections to be spewing this filth. The moment of truth, IMO, is approaching quickly people. - TMR

Buchenwald, D-Day, Communists, Hitler's Backers, Capitalism and Media

Posted: 10 Jun 2009 12:08 PM PDT

by Jay Janson
June 9, 2009


... Descendants of important investors in Nazi Germany are among America's wealthiest and most powerful political figures, for example the son and grandchildren of Prescott Bush, who had his company's assets seized in 1942 by President Roosevelt under the Trading with the Enemy Act. More than sixty years later, in Germany, two former slave labourers at Auschwitz filed a civil action for damages against the Bush family. [The Guardian, Saturday 25 September 2004]

From a strictly business point of view, the initial, long-term, and deep investments of prestigious captains of American industry and finance in Nazi Germany made sense for the huge profits that these investment ties made before, during and after the Second World War Hitler that brought about.

Secondly, America's power elite saw building up Fascist Germany into a strong and successful nation as a bulwark against communism. The hope of the capitalist West, which originally refused Soviet proposals for a united front to oppose the German threat, was that Hitler would expand Eastward against Russia. ...


Freedom5: Patriot Pansies, Listen & LEARN.

Posted: 28 May 2009 04:20 PM PDT

Title not meant to disparage homosexuals; instead intended to get patriots OFF THEIR ASS. Continued coverage of fraud and deception in NY criminal matters. Beginning: The Crazy Constant Christians. Then continuing into tutorial...the accusatory instrument that MUST be filed with the traffic ticket (sometimes is, sometimes is not, but is REQUIRED...IS IT the required Misdemeanor Complaint, signed by a complainant per CPL 100.10 and 100.15?...How much ya wanna bet it AIN'T?) ALL traffic MUST ...
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Exposing the Secret Society Network on ATS

Posted: 07 Jun 2009 05:40 AM PDT

I wanted to share another of my threads posted on abovetopsecret.com before I was repeatedly IP banned. This one is called "The Secret Society Network." Notice right from the start, AugustusMASONicus, one of the many Mason shills who constantly monitor the site, comes to "debunk" me (with no sources) turning the thread into a "he said/she said" mess as they always do.

The Secret Society Network

As I've stated before, if you have spent any time on ATS (abovetopsecret.com) especially in their "Secret Societies" forum, you will notice that there is a troop of Masons (much like Digg.com's Bury Brigade) who are online ALL day EVERY day. Many of them openly admit to being Masons. Even many of the Site Moderators like Mirthful Me, Skyfloating, and other popular ATS names admit to being Masons! Not only this but they are perpetually online 1) providing a "benevolent"/open face for their secret society, and 2) constantly defending government/establishment positions and their "Brotherhood." I can tell you if I owned ATS, I would not have a troop of admitted Mason Moderators running things - any conspiracy researcher will tell you that Freemasonry is one of the biggest vehicles in implementing the New World Order conspiracy!

The Lethality of Non-Lethal Weapons: Man Dies From Bean Bag Rounds

Posted: 10 Jun 2009 09:28 AM PDT

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An Urbandale man involved in a standoff with Polk County deputies Monday died Tuesday morning. After negotiation attempts failed, deputies shot 21-year-old Justin Schleuning with a bean bag gun. The rounds were meant to stun him, but wound up killing him

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About 1:16 AM Monday, dispatchers received a call from Schleuning. He told deputies he had a loaded gun and wanted to kill himself. Authorities traced his call to the 300 block of NW 74th Avenue just south of Ankeny. "A little after four that same morning, he did exit his vehicle. Less than lethal munitions were deployed and he was taken to the hospital," says Jana Rooker from the Polk County Sheriff's Office.

"I don't like the term less lethal," says Gil Hansen, a firearms training and defensive tactics instructor at the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. He says so-called bean bag guns can safely diffuse a situation. "They can subdue a person without deadly force and because they aren't intended to cause death or bodily injury," he says. But the danger is still there. Filled with birdshot and fired from a 12 gauge shotgun, the weapon still packs a punch.

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Ore. lawmaker wants charges for killing unborn

Posted: 10 Jun 2009 12:16 PM PDT

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Hypocrisy at it's highest form.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- In the wake of an attack on a woman who died along with her unborn child, a state lawmaker wants Oregon to join 36 states and the federal government in making it a crime to harm a fetus....

Have police lost their mind? Or is this on purpose? Think about it

Posted: 09 Jun 2009 03:03 PM PDT

I am not sure whats going on with the police, and big brother!? This wouldnt have happened 50 years ago. Have they lost their mind or is this staged/planned to stir unrest with the citizens? How much more of this brutality and destruction of our rights do they expect us to take before we as a people snap?! Something has to change, those in power are out of control and this is proof of it that no one can dispute. We now need to go to Washington DC and have our voices heard, our questions ...
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Raw Alfalfa Sprouts Linked to Salmonella Contamination

Posted: 25 Apr 2009 09:00 PM PDT

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today recommended that consumers not eat raw alfalfa sprouts, including sprout blends containing alfalfa sprouts, until further notice because the product has been linked to Salmonella serotype Saintpaul contamination.

FDA Acts to Halt Marketing of Certain Unapproved Prescription Narcotic Drugs

Posted: 30 Mar 2009 09:00 PM PDT

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today warned nine companies to stop manufacturing 14 unapproved narcotic drugs that are marketed in several dosage forms and are widely used to treat pain.

Perfect Tee Shot

Posted: 01 Dec 2008 12:00 AM PST

A guy stands over his tee shot for what seems an eternity: looking up, looking down, measuring the distance, figuring the wind direction and speed. Finally his exasperated partner says, "What's taking so long? Hit the damn ball!"

The guy answers, "My wife is up there watching me from the clubhouse. I want to make this a perfect shot."

"Forget it, man," says his partner. "You'll never hit her from here."

Swine Flu Outbreak 2009: Special Report by Dr Leonard Horowitz Implicates Vaccine Industry of Genocide

Posted: 31 May 2009 01:13 PM PDT

Skyrocketing stock values at Novavax, Inc., precipitated by dozens of flu deaths in Mexico, implicates a leading Anglo-American network of genetic engineers in a conspiracy to commit genocide. Dr. James S. Robertson, England's leading bioengineer of flu viruses for the vaccine industry. An avid promoter of U.S. government funding for lucrative biodefense contracts, along with collaboraters at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (the CDC) helped Novavax, Inc. in Bethesda Maryland, produce genetically modified recombinants of the avian, swine, and Spanish flu viruses, H5N1 and H1N1 - Nearly identical to the unprecedented Mexican virus that has now spread to the United States.

Zbigniew Brzezinski - Shocking Quotes From A New World Order Elite

Posted: 02 Jun 2009 04:30 PM PDT

"The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values (of Liberty). Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities." - Zbigniew Brzezinski

The Conspiracy Of The Appropriation Of The U.S. Educational System - The Hidden Agenda for World Government - Rare Inteview Norman Dodd 1982

Posted: 09 Jun 2009 09:18 PM PDT

..they had to have something in the way of rationalization of their decision to do everything they could to stop the completion of his investigation in the direction it was moving; which would have been an exposure of this Carnegie endowment story, the Ford Foundation, and the Guggenheim, and the Rockefeller Foundation, all working in harmony toward the control of education of the United States.

DARPA human intelligence research digs deep

Posted: 12 May 2009 09:08 PM PDT

By Steve Hammons

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will fund a "physical intelligence (PI)" study into the chemical, electrical and thermal aspects of human intelligence, according to recently published reports.

Among the stated goals of the research is the understanding of mathematical, electronic, thermodynamic and other factors involved in human intelligence to design technology with similar intelligence.

The DARPA-funded research envisions applying current knowledge from many fields, including biological and engineering elements, to further understand and apply the complex aspects of intelligence.

At first glance, the DARPA project seems to address a primary point of discussion about the nature of human intelligence and human consciousness: Is human awareness simply the sum of complex chemical, electrical and related biological interactions or are there other, less understood factors in play?


These questions are vigorously debated by professionals and average people. Points raised in the discussions often focus on the metaphysical or transcendent factors that many people feel are part of human consciousness.

Are humans really simply the sum of the biological, chemical and electrical activities in our brains, neurological system and bodies? Or, is there something more?

And what are the advantages or dangers, if any, of interpreting or creating intelligence based on what some people might feel is an incomplete or even inaccurate understanding of constructive intelligence?

According to some researchers, significant and convincing indicators point to transcendent factors of human consciousness. These views might include several aspects of consciousness that could be said to transcend the biological, thermal, chemical and electrical activities of the brain, neurological system and body.

Examples that might be put forth include various physical environmental factors that could affect consciousness and intelligence. These elements could range from geomagnetic influences in our environment to human social dynamics to something like "local sidereal time."

Local sidereal time (LST) is the interaction between the center of our Milky Way galaxy and the horizon of the Earth with a person's location on Earth.

According to U.S. government, military and intelligence services' research in Project STARGATE, human perception and awareness significantly improves in relation to LST – when the center of the Milky Way galaxy is above Earth's horizon.

Some researchers even wonder if we also have perspectives or intelligence related to some aspects of our DNA and genetic material.

Many people seem to agree with famed psychiatrist Carl Jung who proposed that human beings are connected to a larger group consciousness that is part of our existence and awareness.

Additional views of human consciousness include even more fundamental aspects. These focus on the idea of direct connections between human awareness and a higher force or power that includes a larger intelligence, greater information and a moral and ethical position.


It seems clear that learning more about the chemical, electrical and "physical intelligence" aspects of human awareness are crucial, not only for engineering research but for application in education, health care, behavioral health, sociological and other fields.

There is probably much to be learned from the structure and functioning of our brains, neurological systems, body chemistry and other areas that DARPA's physical intelligence research may reveal.

Additional and complementary elements relating to overlooked, undiscovered, unconventional or transcendent influences on human intelligence might also be helpful in such research.

In this regard, the concepts of "transcendent warfare" might be useful as put forward by a Navy SEAL officer in a widely-read academic paper titled "Unconventional Human Intelligence Support." The paper reviews interesting U.S. military and intelligence research into human perception and awareness.

We might view some aspects of this research as seamless and significant influences on human physical intelligence. There may be deeper or higher quantum energies and fields in play.

Can we also conduct effective research into these possible influences?

When considering what research approaches to take, another famous psychiatrist named Fritz Perls probably has words of wisdom for us. Perls put forth the idea of a gestalt, a word meaning form or shape and often used in reference to the larger whole or wholeness.

The whole picture of human consciousness and intelligence is something that many people find quite fascinating, and many believe that it extends into areas we can barely comprehend.

However, continual well-directed research may make valuable discoveries that can provide significant breakthroughs.

The Google Wave Highlight Reel [Video Tour]

Posted: 10 Jun 2009 10:30 AM PDT

We haven't been invited to try out Google Wave (yet? pretty please Mister Google?), but based on the 80-minute demonstration video, we're jazzed about it. Don't have 80 minutes? These eight 30-60 second clips highlight the best parts of Google Wave.

Inline Replies

First the simple stuff. Google says Wave is what email would be if it were invented today, so it looks a whole lot like Gmail. But all editing and commenting happen on a single copy of a given wave (that is, message or document). You can comment on a wave below it, or inline. Check it out.

As-You-Type Live Updates Over the Internet Between Users

Thanks to the new HTML 5 standard and some client-server magic Wave has going on, you can watch your recipient live-type a response in your browser across the internet, much like instant messaging. (If that gives you the creeps, you'll have the option to disable live as-you-type updating.)

Wave Revision Playback

When you add someone to a Wave after it's been chopped up, commented on, and edited by others, that person can see the evolution of that wave using the super-cool playback feature. Imagine watching Wikipedia page revisions happen in sequence. Here's a taste of playback in Wave.

Private Replies

Like a group email you forward to an individual person to have a "private" conversation, you can restrict access to a sub-Wave to certain people.

Embed Waves into Web Pages

Bloggers will go nuts for this: you can embed waves in web pages and collect replies and edits to those waves in your Wave client, as well as on the page itself.

Live Collaboration on a Single Wave

Several people can edit a wave at the same time and watch one another's cursors dance across the page as it happens.

Live-Updating Search Results

Keyword search results live-update as others type, too.

Contextual Spellcheck

This was the ultimate OMGPONIES! moment for me in the Wave demo. Using a natural language model, Google Wave's spellchecker makes smart corrections based on the context of your word. For example, Google Wave auto-corrects the sentence "Icland is an icland" to "Iceland is an island." (Guess all those billions of web pages can really come in handy.)

There was more cool stuff in the demo, but these were the main biggies for me. Since Wave is open source and extensible, surely we'll be seeing a lot more functionality when it's available later this year. Can hardly wait. See also lucky dog Rafe Needleman's Hands-on with Wave review for more.

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Mystery Ingredient Cleaning Earth's Atmosphere

Posted: 03 Jun 2009 05:00 PM PDT


The discovery of an unknown substance that scrubs away pollutants has shaken up decades-long assumptions about how our atmosphere gets clean.

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Food Safety and Local Farming

Posted: 28 May 2009 04:22 AM PDT

The two food safety bills in Congress – H.R. 875 and H.R. 759 – are very unpopular. Both bills, people say, would put small organic farms and CSAs out of business by forcing them to jump through the same set of hoops as big agribusiness companies like Monsanto.

Both bill pages on OpenCongress show the level of opposition, which is significantly stronger for H.R. 875. The section-by-section bill text comments left by users are especially helpful for understanding the perceived problems with the legislation. Scroll over the text on that page and click "comments" where there is a speech bubble in the right-hand column to view the analysis.

But apparently neither of those bills will be used as the framework for Congress' attempt at improving food safety. The House Energy and Commerce Committee just released a discussion draft of a new bill, the Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009, that, with the blessings of Rep. Henry Waxman [D, CA-30], will be the one that moves forward in Congress. It's based largely off the unpopular (but less so) H.R. 759.

The official committee announcement, bill summary and discussion draft can be gotten here. Below is the initial summary from the food politics blog La Vida Locavore:

* Gives the FDA mandatory recall authority.

* Requires all food producers to register with the FDA & pay a registration fee of $1000. It applies to both US and foreign producers and will fund the FDA's activities.

* Requires companies to prepare food safety plans. The FDA can audit them and can specify minimum requirements.

* The FDA is required to issue food safety regulations for production and harvesting of fruits and vegetables. This worries me A LOT. The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement provided "safety" guidelines for leafy greens that were absolutely idiotic and harmful. That is what we DON'T want to see happen here. However, that part will be hammered out by the FDA, not by Congress. It's just something to pay attention to for the future.

* Inspections: High risk facilities must be inspected every 6-18 mos. Lower risk facilities can be inspected every 18 mos to 3 years. Warehouses must be inspected every 3-4 years.

* Traceability:

FDA would be required to issue regulations that require food producers, manufacturers, processors, transporter, or holders to maintain the full pedigree of the origin and previous distribution history of the food and to link that history with the subsequent distribution history of the food; and to establish an interoperable record to ensure fast and efficient traceback (current law permits facilities to hold a record in any format – paper or electronic – making efficient tracing of foods difficult for FDA). Prior to issuing such regulations, FDA would be required to conduct a feasibility study, public meetings, and a pilot project.

Farms that sell directly to consumers or restaurants are exempted from this provision.

* The bill does NOT include: A requirement that companies test for pathogens and report positive results to the FDA. THIS SHOULD BE ADDED to the bill, if we're going to have a strong and effective bill

Sedatives May Increase Suicide Risk in Older Patients

Posted: 03 Jun 2009 11:39 PM PDT


Sleeping tablets have been associated with a four-fold increase in suicide risk in the elderly. Researchers have shown that, even after adjusting for the presence of psychiatric conditions, sedatives and hypnotics were both associated with an increased risk of suicide.
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Psychiatric Drugs for Kids Scrutinized

Posted: 04 Jun 2009 11:35 PM PDT


Three blockbuster psychiatric drugs currently approved for adults also appear to work in adolescents, though federal health officials have concerns about exposing younger patients to the drugs' side effects.
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Mark Twain

Posted: 10 Jun 2009 11:47 AM PDT

"The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter."

Population and Sustainability: Can We Avoid Limiting the Number of People?

Posted: 10 Jun 2009 09:01 AM PDT

In an era of changing climate and sinking economies, Malthusian limits to growth are back--and squeezing us painfully. Whereas more people once meant more ingenuity, more talent and more innovation, today it just seems to mean less for each. Less water for every cattle herder in the Horn of Africa. (The United Nations projects there will be more than four billion people living in nations defined as water-scarce or water-stressed by 2050, up from half a billion in 1995.) Less land for every farmer already tilling slopes so steep they risk killing themselves by falling off their fields. (At a bit less than six tenths of an acre, global per capita cropland today is little more than half of what it was in 1961, and more than 900 million people are hungry.) Less capacity in the atmosphere to accept the heat-trapping gases that could fry the planet for centuries to come. Scarcer and higher-priced energy and food. And if the world's economy does not bounce back to its glory days, less credit and fewer jobs.

It's not surprising that this kind of predicament brings back an old sore topic: human population and whether to do anything about it. Let's concede up front that nothing short of a catastrophic population crash (think of the film Children of Men, set in a world without children) would make much difference to climate change, water scarcity or land shortages over the next decade or so. There are 6.8 billion of us today, and more are on the way. To make a dent in these problems in the short term without throwing anyone overboard, we will need to radically reduce individuals' footprint on the environment through improvements in technology and possibly wrenching changes in lifestyle.

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Isa 52:15 - "So shall he sprinkle many nations; the kings shall shut their mouths at him: for that which had not been told them shall they see; and that which they had not heard shall they consider."