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The symbol for Dagon has made its way to Christian churches and christian homes. The symbol of the fish, was not and it never was christian; but thanks to the catholic church the fish is recognized as an official christian symbol. That's why God instructed His people to refrain from making any images from anything in heaven, or on earth, or from the water below. Christians need to wake up and come out of the ways of the pagans!The symbol for Dagon has made its way to Christian churches and christian homes. The... more
Barack Obama rode to the White House atop a title wave whipped by promises of change. Although change is a common political theme, people – at least in the voting booth – believed him. It’s still early, but is he really implementing change?Barack Obama rode to the White House atop a title wave whipped by promises of change.... more
The source of most if not all our woes, revealed (from the present to the past): Connecting the dots through 5000 years of revisionist human history, spanning from the time of the pharaohs, all the way up to the present dynasties creating the New World Order, in a quest to perfect the enslavement of mankind. From pirates to banksters, to the ruling elite, who run the world's finances, the media and cover both side of nearly every conflict or war: the world may make more sense after watching this.
About the Producer:
As a child, she had many arguments between her parents over her father's ring, inscribed with "G", a compass and square. At a later age, years of intensive research led her to the identity , history and plans of a power "so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocking, so complete, so pervasive" that even the known 'leaders' of the world are careful not to speak in "condemnation" of it.The source of most if not all our woes, revealed (from the present to the past):... more
WHAT A SMART YOUNG MAN! PAY ATTENTION FOLKS THIS IS THE BEST SOLUTION TO A PEACEFUL REVOLUTION.WHAT A SMART YOUNG MAN! PAY ATTENTION FOLKS THIS IS THE BEST SOLUTION TO A PEACEFUL... more
I was afraid George W. would succeed in silencing the voice of justice. There may be reason for hope after all.
By Zachary Roth
So does that letter Newsweek obtained, sent January 16 by the Bush White House to Karl Rove's lawyer, instructing Rove not to respond to any subpoenas that might be issued, change the state of play as to whether Rove will end up testifying on the US Attorneys firings? After all, President Bush is now on the record claiming the right to assert executive privilege even after leaving office.
Not according to Neil Eggleston, who specialized in executive privilege issues for President Clinton's White House. Eggleston told TPMmuckraker that, since President Obama has already issued an executive order that appears to take the view that a former president can't assert executive privilege, he's unlikely to back Bush's claim. And assuming things then wind up in court, Eggleston said he'd be very surprised if a court sided with Bush, ruling that executive privilege can be asserted retroactively.
"Remember what Obama kept saying during the transition: 'There's only one president at a time?'" asked Eggleston. "This is one where I think a court's going to decide there's only one president at a time."
Eggleston told TPMmuckraker last week that Obama's order seemed designed to help gain access to Bush White House documents and testimony that Congress has been seeking, including on the US Attorney firings matter.I was afraid George W. would succeed in silencing the voice of justice. There may be... more
Please donate funds at http://www.valentinesforpalestine.org, and photos and poems via ValentinesforPalestine@gmail.com. Thank you. ~ DS
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The show in downtown LA will be held at the Lost Souls Café on Thursday February 12th
After the LA show, pieces will be permanently displayed in the Arts & Crafts Village in Gaza City
For info on how to submit a work to be auctioned off for adoption, email: ValentinesforPalestine@gmail.com
Many thanks to Bambu for giving us permission to use his song “When Will The Time Come”. Visit his site:
http://www.bambu.laPlease donate funds at http://www.valentinesforpalestine.org, and photos and poems via... more
British archaeologists at the University of York in the city of York, have found quite the rare surprise — an unusually well-preserved children's alphabet block. It is pictured in the bottom right hand corner of the photo at left. Next to what at first glance seems to be a human skull.British archaeologists at the University of York in the city of York, have found quite... more
While marijuana laws have changed over time, and while past administrations have attempted to show that the situation isn't as dire as it appears to be, drug policy in the United States is immensely hypocritical and destructive. Today, public figures justify past drug use as "youthful indiscretions" and the matter is dropped. But huge numbers of ordinary Americans are introduced to the jail system because of minor drug offenses, and as the records show, the overwhelmingly disproportionate nature of drug arrests creates a justified perception of injustice and both economic and racial bias.
Will Michael Phelps have to go to court for his actions? No. (Nor should he have to.) Will any law enforcement jurisdiction in America conduct a systematic raid of a college dorm at a prominent university with the goal of arresting everyone in possession of marijuana? Of course not. If such an action was taken on a broad scale, the arrests would likely be in the thousands. At the same time, will poor Americans, overwhelmingly minority in ethnicity, continue to be arrested by local police for the possession of small amounts of pot? Absolutely.While marijuana laws have changed over time, and while past administrations have... more
There are two parts.
Then there were the roaches. First it was Willie Nelson who smoked a massive joint on top of the White House roof, almost on the same spot where Lady Bird Johnson sunbathed and President Dwight Eisenhower barbecued. Nelson might have been on the road but never on the roof again which he thought was the safest place in the world to smoke dope.
There was one place even safer. John F. Kennedy's bedroom. According to several sources, in July 1962 Jackie Kennedy's friend and one of JFK's ladies, Mary Meyer, brought six joints along to her tryst with the president.
James Angleton, the director of covert operations for the CIA and a friend of Ms Meyer, is quoted as saying: "They shared one and Kennedy laughingly told her they were having a White House conference on narcotics in a couple of weeks. They smoked two more joints and Kennedy threw his head back and closed his eyes. He refused a fourth joint. 'Suppose the Russians drop a bomb,' he said." I suppose that had this happened while Kennedy was blowing smoke, it would have been a headache for the "Joint" Chiefs of Staff.Then there were the roaches. First it was Willie Nelson who smoked a massive joint on... more
Sub-Prime Crime : An Economic 9-11 ?
Back story of a new/old White Noise clip...
The audio track was concocted within a week of the events. But life being what happens while you are busy making other plans, I never got to whip up the video & eventually though it was passé & kinda forgot about it.
But just like 9-11 changed everything, the subprime crime spree created havoc on the economy & keep on giving. After the illegal push for subprime deals that Spitzer tried to halt, Wall Street upped the ante & sold these fraudulent turds for triple A gold investment to the unspected international finance community causing a worldwide catastrophe.
As with the horrifying 8 years of abuse inflicted on America by the crime cartel we so-called the Bush executive branch, some brave souls tried to warn us to no avail.
This is the story of some of those patriots who where mostly ignored, ridiculed or got their ass served by the GOPs Rove bots army.
And to show our eternal gratitude to our tormentors, we will, although under the gun & placed in front of a 'fait accompli', be giving them the rest of our money & our children's & future generations too...
"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and he carries his banners openly. But the traitor moves among those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not traitor, he speaks in the accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their garments, and he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be feared." - Cicero, 42 B.C.
Original info : http://www.gregpalast.com/elliot-spitzer-gets-nailed/
As for putting the same guys that caused the problem in place to organize the rescue...
The universally accepted definition of INSANITY is to persist in the same behavior but expecting a different outcome.
"We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both." - Justice Louis D. Brandeis (1856-1941) US Supreme Court Justice
THE GREATEST THEFT IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANKIND
"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. Already they have raised up a monied aristocracy that has set the government at defiance. The issuing power of money should be taken away from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs." - President Thomas Jefferson
"It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford
"A banker is a man who loans you umbrellas when the sun is shining and demands it back the moment it looks like rain." - Mark Twain
"Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies." - Groucho Marx
Marxism we all can believe in ;)
CITIZENS 2.0 : PLAYERS NOT CHEERLEADERS !
STOP JUDGING POLITICIANS ON WHAT THEY SAY BUT ON WHAT THEY DO !
"Politics, it seems to me, for years, or all too long, has been concerned with right or left instead of right or wrong." - Richard Armour
"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." - Albert Einstein
"Plus on est ignorant, moins on s'en aperçoit." - Louis Pasteur
VIVE LAFAYETTE ;)Sub-Prime Crime : An Economic 9-11 ? Back story of a new/old White Noise clip...... more
60 MINUTES' coverage on the situation in Gaza and Israel was a real opening in the American media discourse on the situation. Of course they have received much criticism and attack from anti-peace pro-Israel networks, and it is important that we show that there is support for this shift towards more honest reporting.
* If you have not seen this program the part one can be seen here:
Part two here:
Please vote them up too. Let more people watch them.60 MINUTES' coverage on the situation in Gaza and Israel was a real opening in... more
Homeless man gets 15 years for stealing $100
A homeless man robbed a Louisiana bank and took a $100 bill. After feeling remorseful, he surrendered to police the next day. The judge sentenced him to 15 years in prison.
Roy Brown, 54, robbed the Capital One bank in Shreveport, Louisiana in December 2007. He approached the teller with one of his hands under his jacket and told her that it was a robbery.
The teller handed Brown three stacks of bill but he only took a single $100 bill and returned the remaining money back to her. He said that he was homeless and hungry and left the bank.
The next day he surrendered to the police voluntarily and told them that his mother didn't raise him that way.
Brown told the police he needed the money to stay at the detox center and had no other place to stay and was hungry.
In Caddo District Court, he pleaded guilty. The judge sentenced him to 15 years in prison for first degree robbery.Homeless man gets 15 years for stealing $100 A homeless man robbed a Louisiana... more
Police shoot suspect as he steals a police car but the police put a conflicting story together that does not align with witnesses testimonies
Please understand that KosherTv does advocate criminal activities, but yes criminals have rights even as they show no regard for the rights of others. In enforcing the law the law must be followed even for criminals so keep that in mind and please listen closelyPolice shoot suspect as he steals a police car but the police put a conflicting story... more
Written by Andrew Swan
Sunday, 01 February 2009
One of the biggest issues I have with many people in America is that a lot of us – myself included, at times – have a tendency to intermingle our morals with our laws. There are tons of examples throughout our country’s history, perhaps the most prominent of which was the disastrouts Prohibition of the early 1900’s. All are examples of our inability to get past our emotional judgments in spite of overwhelming logical evidence to the contrary. The latest example of this is our country’s frankly ridiculous legal stance towards marijuana.
Now, let me say this: I have never smoked pot and never really want to, so I don’t have a horse in this race. It won’t affect me in any way if marijuana was suddenly legalized or stays outlawed for eternity. I just think that it is extremely hypocritical for our country to glorify substances that are much worse than weed, such as alcohol and cigarettes.
According to the website http://drugwarfacts.org, citing a study printed in the New York Times, both nicotine and alcohol are much, much more dangerous than marijuana in their ability to induce symptoms of withdrawal and their ability to induce dependence and subsequent increased tolerance. In fact, according to the same study, marijuana was ranked less dangerous than caffeine in the categories of withdrawal, reinforcement, and tolerance.
Not only is marijuana less likely than cigarettes and alcohol to lead to addiction, it is also much less likely to lead to death by its user. According to a report by the U.S. Center for Disease Control, excessive alcohol consumption is associated with 75,000 deaths per year. In 2001, there were 331 deaths caused by alcohol overdosing, while there were zero deaths caused by marijuana overdoses. In fact, the DCD has no official reports of “marijuana-induced deaths.” Of course, there probably are deaths that can be traced back to marijuana usage – vehicular homicide, etc. – but all those same acts can be committed by irresponsible users of alcohol.
This isn’t just the opinion of a bunch of toked up college kids or bleeding heart liberal hippies either; there are several scientists and intellectuals who have also concluded that alcohol is much more dangerous than marijuana. In a press conference, former U.S. Drug Czar Barry McCaffrey stated, “The most dangerous drug in America today is still alcohol.” In a Newsweek article from 2007, Dr. Aaron M. White of the Duke Medical Center said, “[T]he science is clear that alcohol is more dangerous than marijuana.” Even our friends across the pond agree, with the British Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs claiming, “Cannabis differs from alcohol in one major respect. It does not seem to increase risk-taking behavior.”Written by Andrew Swan Sunday, 01 February 2009 One of the biggest issues I have... more
Do you know that some posters here are actually volunteers and paid workers for the Israeli propaganda machine? Did you ever wonder how these "Sock Puppets" get their info to post in response to truths? I call them "Sock Puppet Terrorists". Here is the article with links to the propaganda machine! (expect an onslaught of hate from these sock puppet terrorists!)
The source of this report, -Israel National News- , tells the whole story.
Israel gets away with as much as they can with their propaganda
machine via AIPAC, Mossad and the Israeli Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Their propaganda sophistication rivals that of the Nazis and the old
Here's a report on Israel's vast propaganda enterprise:
GAZA: FOREIGN MINISTRY MEDIA MANIPULATION
Jan 5th, 2009 by Richard Silverstein
The hasbara brigade strikes again! You always hear about Israeli
attempts at media manipulation. Everyone knows it’s going on but
usually the process happens through dedicated volunteers like those
involved with Giyus.
Now, we know that the Israeli foreign ministry
itself is orchestrating propaganda efforts designed to fill news
websites with pro-Israel arguments and information.
A friend has received the following e mail which documents both the
efforts and the agency that originated them. The solicitation to
become a propagandist also includes a list of media links which the
ministry would like flooded with pro-Israel comments:
We hold the military supremacy, yet fail the battle over the
international media. We need to buy time for the IDF to succeed, and
the least we can do is spare some (additional) minutes on the net. The
ministry of foreign affairs is putting great efforts in balancing the
media, but we all know it’s a battle of numbers. The more we post,
blog, talkback, vote - the more likely we gain positive sentiment.
I was asked by the ministry of foreign affairs to arrange a network of
volunteers, who are willing to contribute to this effort. If you’re up
to it you will receive a daily messages & media package as well as
If you wish to participate, please respond to this email.
My friend did so and received this official communique from the
ministry with talking points about Operation Solid Lead which s/he was
to use in her/his propaganda efforts.
Tikun Olam-תקון עולם: Make the World a Better Place
http://www.richardsilverstein.com/tikun_olam/2009/01/05/gaza-foreign-...Do you know that some posters here are actually volunteers and paid workers for the... more
The 62-year-old grandmother said she has fibromyalgia, or widespread muscle pain, as well as glaucoma, asthma and sleep apnea. She sustained a number of broken bones in a 1998 car accident and a 1999 incident in which she was trampled by a horse.
Stevens' way of dealing with the pain has her in trouble with the law.
Police removed about 30 marijuana plants from her Sturges Avenue yard Sept. 15.
Stevens was indicted in January for possession and illegal cultivation of drugs. She pleaded not guilty to the charges Tuesday and was released on a personal recognizance bond.
"I don't want to be a criminal and contribute to any drug-dealing," Stevens said. "If I bought it on the street, it would have been a $100 waiver."
Because of the amount of marijuana police seized, Stevens is looking at something much more serious. She could receive up to 13 years in prison.
"The quantity that she had was a third-degree felony," Richland County Assistant Prosecutor Bambi Couch-Page said. "The fact that she was cultivating that quantity makes it (second charge) a second-degree felony."
Couch-Page said the confiscated marijuana weighed 5,821.6 grams. METRICH Enforcement Unit Commander Lt. Dino Sgambellone said that translates to nearly 13 pounds and an estimated street value of $15,600.
When asked for his opinion on the case, Sgambellone deferred to his job.
"In law enforcement, it really doesn't matter what our opinions are for using marijuana for medicinal purposes, because in Ohio, it is against the law," he said. "My job is not to pick and choose what laws I will enforce. Rather, it is to enforce the law regardless of my opinion of it."The 62-year-old grandmother said she has fibromyalgia, or widespread muscle pain, as... more