Archive for April, 2007

Deep Integration – What Does it Really Mean? "Dee…

April 30, 2007

Deep Integration – What Does it Really Mean?

“Deep Integration” is a term that refers to dismantling the border between Canada and the United States. Closed door meetings with government officials and business leaders from Canada, Mexico and the United States have taken place to discuss bulk water exports to a joint security perimiter and a continental resource pact all in the aim of helping executive politicians further integrate Canada, Mexico and the United States.

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Shooter Starring Mark Wahlberg Shooter which just…

April 30, 2007

Shooter Starring Mark Wahlberg

Shooter which just opened in theatres and the latest in a trend of movies that convey strong anti government sentiment. The movie provides political commentary paralleling 911, JFK and a damning expose of how the state stages black-op in order to achieve political agendas.

Mark Wahlberg plays a Marine sniper called Bob Lee Swagger who retires from the military after his friend is killed while fighting in Ethiopia. Swagger then receives a visit from a Colonel who informs him that there is going to be an assassination attempt on the President and that Swagger’s expert sniper skills are needed in determining in what city and from which location the shooting will take place. During his scouting mission in Washington DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia, Swagger is seen suspiciously eyeing the various surveillance cameras that watch him from every corner. The footage from these cameras is later used to frame Swagger for the assassination and is endlessly replayed by the news networks without question.

The movie is packed with positive messages about liberty, gun ownership and detailed examples of how government black-ops are run, how patsies are framed and how cover-stories are generated. Elements of how 911 was scripted along with the assassination of JFK are clearly used as parallels to map out the course of the plot. Abu Ghraib, the war in Iraq and Big Brother run through the movie providing political commentary.

Response to the film has been mixed and poor in some quarters. Many Hollywood directors have vowed to devote their work in contribution to the mass awakening to the crimes of the state that is taking place worldwide.
If you’re a truth seeker you should enjoy this movie.

Preview the trailer

Alleged D.C. Madam to Name Names A woman charged…

April 30, 2007

Alleged D.C. Madam to Name Names

A woman charged with running a prostitution ring in the nation’s capital made good on her threat to identify high-profile clients, listing a military strategist known for his “shock and awe” combat theories as a regular customer in court documents Thursday.

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Rosie Hangs Up Her Gloves It was announced on Wed…

April 28, 2007

Rosie Hangs Up Her Gloves

It was announced on Wednesday that Rosie O’Donnell after a nine month run will be leaving The View in June. ABC was unable to come to a contractual agreement, Brian Frons, President of daytime programming for the Disney ABC television group said. Rosie may have given her all before she reached her decision to leave. But she’ll return to the show next season for special segments and as a recurring guest host.

Rosie has received both controversy and praise since she joined the cast of The View not to mention her ongoing feud with Donald Trump, great gossip fodder for fans of The Donald. Enough already! And she would often butt heads with co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck.

The View will have lost a woman who was not afraid to give her opinion no matter how controversial. Whether you agree with Rosie’s opinion or not, you’d have to admire her “fighting Irish spirit”. Kind of reminds me of what America used to be, not a bunch of sniveling, watch what you say. They spoke their mind and they weren’t afraid of expressing an opinion even if it was non-conventional.

Good luck Rosie. You go girl!

B.C. Teacher Has Students Re-enact Virginia Tech S…

April 28, 2007

B.C. Teacher Has Students Re-enact Virginia Tech Shootings

A drama teacher in a suburban B.C. elementary school is now regretting her actions in having her students re-enact the tragedy last week that occurred at Virginia Tech. Her preferred method of teaching is to use topical news events for the basis of her plays.

Now some students and parents feel that she may have gone too far.

Her class of Grade 6 and Grade 7 students were directed to play roles re-enacted from theVirginia Tech shootings tragedy on Monday in which 32 students and teachers died. The gunman took his own life as well in the worst U.S. school shooting.

The principal at South Park Elementary School in Delta B.C. said “This was a completely inappropriate lesson for this particular group of children. I can’t think of any group of children, perhaps senior high students who would be able to handle it”.

John McCain for President? God Help Us All Repu…

April 27, 2007

John McCain for President? God Help Us All

Republican Senator hopeful John McCain in the presidential race, has proven himself to be just another “pp”, a label that the late writer Kurt Vonnegut used meaning “psycho path”. This certainly would be the case when Senator McCain at a recent event chose to twist the Beach Boys classic “Barbara Ann” and replace it with the sick lyrics, “Bomb, Bomb Iran” in all the while singing and laughing in a disgusting fashion while the crowd joined this madman in his merriment.

Senator McCain proved to the American people that he’s just another madman who would act recklessly, without having the foresight or intelligence and act dangerously without understanding the middle east.

This is a time to put negotiation on the table with Iran. In the past they have proven themselves by participating in the negotiation process. The world can’t afford proposals such as Senator McCain’s.

A wise person once said that the definition of insanity is repeating what doesn’t work hoping for different results.

Iraq hasn’t worked so why would we expect to win in Iran?

Don’t Question My Patriotism Traitor In usual B…

April 27, 2007

Don’t Question My Patriotism Traitor

In usual Bill Maher fashion, he delivers this message to the Bush administration. Kudos to you Bill.

Definition of Patriotism: independence, self expression, to think for oneself, make decisions that may be unpopular.

In these times it is considered Un-American to criticize your government. Being a patriot doesn’t mean blindly accepting and supporting what our country’s administration does. It doesn’t mean that I’m not allowed to publicly criticize our leaders behaviours or decisions or even their lack of good judgement. To criticize doesn’t make one unpatriotic. What it means is that I can still think for myself and make decisions that may be unpopular.

This war and the poor decisions this administration has made and continues to do so is a situation where we can’t afford to bury our heads in the sand. To do so, we shirk our responsibilities in upholding this president with courage, integrity and respect.

A recent poll conducted in partnership by ABC News and the Washington Post indicates that the majority of Americans now stand against the Iraq war and 7 in 10 say that the American casualties are unacceptable. 76% feel that this war has also damaged the country’s image to the rest of the world. And this administration arrograntly refuses to listen to the people they are there to serve. The American people are the decider’s not George Bush as Cindy Sheehan would say.

The evidence that is becoming clearer is that the administration was openly warned of the threat of terrorism prior to 911 and chose to ignore it. America has an administration that circulates memos encouraging the use of torture in the treatment of POW’s and then calls those same memos irrelevant, an administration that used questionable/faulty intelligence as a basis for waging a war and which is no longer supported by a majority of Americans. An administration that claimed Saddam was behind 911 with no evidence supporting that claim.

Are you proud of this administration? Most Americans would say no. Love of your country does not mean to act passive while this administration commits monumental wrong doings and injustices.

56 men signed the Declaration of Independence believing that America was worth saving whatever sacrifice they had to endure. 12 of those men had their homes ransacked and burned, 17 lost their fortunes, 5 were captured and tortured by the British and 9 lost their lives in the war. Those brave and patriotic men sacrificed alot of what was dear to them so that we all could live in a country of our own rule – patriotism. Power for the people and by the people.

We dishonor their memories and sacrfices they made by supporting a president who wages war based on unproven and at times exagerrated information, who violates human rights on a monumental scale and who lacks the intelligence to know when enough! This is not patriotism nor is it loyalty. It is the highest form of being a traitor and of being apathetic.

Rosie Prepares to Strike Back for 911 Truth Follow…

April 22, 2007

Rosie Prepares to Strike Back for 911 Truth
Follows in Footsteps of Other Brave Figures in Public Life

Alex Jones of the Alex Jones show said that he has received in writing from Rosie that she is preparing to strike back for 911 truth.

She is preparing to feature interviews with 911 heroes and first responders themselves victims of a government cover-up that allowed them to breathe deadly toxic dust at ground zero.

This contradicts what the mainstream media is saying that Rosie is set to cease her speaking out against the Bush administration and the 911 cover-up.
O’Donnell, who has for weeks now been tentatively trying to raise the issue of 9/11 truth on her ABC show “The View”, wrote a blog entry encouraging her readers to research 9/11, in particular the building 7 demolition.

O’Donnell wrote :

• The fires in WTC 7 were not evenly distributed, so a perfect collapse was impossible.

• Larry Silverstein said to the fire department commander “the smartest thing to do is pull it.”

• Firefighters withdrawing from the area stated the building was going to “blow up”.

• The roof of WTC 7 visibly crumbled and the building collapsed perfectly into its footprint.

• Molten steel and partially evaporated steel members were found in the debris.

She then goes on to explain her thoughts on these facts in her blog.

FBI, CIA, the Mob, and Treachery The Richard Taus…

April 19, 2007

FBI, CIA, the Mob, and Treachery

The Richard Taus Case

This is a story of lies, treachery, corruption and it never made it into the mainstream media and for good reason.

Richard Taus was a top investigator in the New York FBI’s Counter-intelligence Division. In 1991, he was sentenced to a record breaking 32 to 90 years for questionable charges of pedophilia. Supporters claim he was railroaded for doggedly investigating a CIA-linked operation involved in narcotics, Iran/Contra and the mafia.

There is more to the Richard Taus case than meets the eye. Some believe he was asking a lot of questions and wasn’t listening to the right people.

According to Taus, while he was serving in Vietnam and as a special FBI agent, he witnessed CIA involvement in criminal activities, namely that of transporting illegal drugs. When he reported what he saw to his FBI superiors, he was told to turn a blind eye. But Taus couldn’t and he persisted in getting the truth out. His letters to FBI chief William Sessions and to congress about the criminal activities he discovered required that he be silenced or discredited.

Ultimately, criminal charges were brought against him in alleging sexual misconduct with several young boys who were members of the Freeport Soccer Club. During the trial,according to Taus, Judge Baker refused to allow evidence to be presented showing how the boys who made the charges had first denied that there were any sexual violations.

Judge Baker also refused to allow testimony showing that the boys had been earlier charged with criminal offenses and that the charges were dropped after the boys had testified as the prosecutors wanted them to do. Also that the boys were themselves threatened with incarceration if they did not testify as the prosecutors wanted them to do. There were other major judicial violations that denied Taus a fair trial. And there were just too many inconsistencies in the case.

Even if Taus was guilty of the charges brought against him, 32 to 90 years is quite a stretch considering the relatively minor charges against the hundreds of Catholic and other priests who prey on boys. Even a convicted murderer gets off with a lighter sentence. Supporters of Taus believe that he was railroaded and that the length of time given to Taus would forever seal his lips about the criminal activities that he discovered and reported. Taus’s case isn’t an isolated case. Other whistle blowers have met the same fate.

Gary Eitel, a former Vietnam helicopter pilot, CIA courier and whistle blower brought to the attention of congress in 1993, a scheme to divert millions of dollars worth of military aircraft to covert operators with CIA ties. As a result of going public, he has been totally discredited and has lost everything.

Former Green Beret William Tyree brought a lawsuit naming the CIA and others involved in sanctioned drug smuggling, murder and cover up. He is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife. Some believe that he was framed for his wife’s murder in order to suppress the truth.

During Taus’s trial, psychiatrists and psychologists hired by the prosecutor admitted under questioning that in their many years of experience, they felt that he was telling the truth. Despite all this in November 1990, the jury found Taus guilty of some of the charges. Judge Baker then sentenced Taus to 32 to 90 years to Dannemore state prison and where he still remains today.

Taus’s FBI performance ratings as a special agent were outstanding as were his military records. During two tours of duty flying combat missions in Vietnam, he received three Bronze Star medals and seven Air Medals as well as several decorations for meritous service.

In 1967-1968 as an armed forces courier officer he fought in the TET offensive and flew in the siege of Khe Sanh. In 1970-1971 as a helicopter unit commander for the First Cavalry division, then Captain, he flew Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopters directing rescue and recovery operations. He flew many dangerous missions.

He was granted audience with Vietnamese President Thieu and former U.S. President Lyndon Johnson concerning his desire to adopt a Vietnamese orphan. He was successful in the adoption and his son, David, has tirelessly worked on clearing his father’s name over the years and has appeared on radio recounting his fathers case.

In the year 1982, there was a U.S. Supreme Court decision rendered, stating that a federal employee had a greater duty to report criminal activities by his superiors than a duty to cover up for such crimes because of an employee secrecy agreement. It is also a statutory requirement to report federal crimes such as required by federal criminal statute, Title 18, USC Section 4, superceding any secrecy agreement required to be signed by government employees or agents.

Taus said he did all he could to report these federal crimes but the cover-up was too pervasive reaching senior FBI officials such as ADIC Oliver “Buck” Revell, who had earlier stalled and stopped legitimate FBI investigations concerning both the Irangate and Iraqgate scandals.

Taus also explained that one of the events that triggered retaliation against him was his refusal to falsely sign the FBI’s yearly statement requiring FBI agents to certify that they know of no unreported criminal activities. The form requires agents to report on that form any criminal activities that they know to exist. His supervisory wanted him to sign that he knew of none when in fact he knew of a great amount of criminal activities which they wanted covered up.

When Taus refused to falsely state on that yearly form that he knew of no criminal activities, he was warned that he wasn’t on the team. What followed were false charges against him that resulted in a virtual life sentence.

Rodney Stich’s explosive new book reveals the injustice of the Richard Taus case. Here is what one reader said:

….this book should shake lethargic Americans right out of their lethargy, from coast to coast. Hey, we have a drug problem — here is evidence that it’s the CIA that’s been importing the drugs and/or covering it all up for decades. Our police and government agencies are going after the little guys — dealing in hundreds of dollars. Meanwhile, the real drug abusers, sellers, and launderers are making millions and going scot free. One man, Richard Taus, learned about it and attempted to get something done. They have stashed him away in Dannemora Prison for eighty years to keep his story away from YOU… PLEASE — read this book!

Read it and decide for yourself.

I have been a supporter of this patriotic American for five years. Richard says that life in prison can be quite lonely despite the constant “company” of notorious inmates and demanding guards.

Justice is long overdue.

A Tribute to Kurt Vonnegut One of the g…

April 19, 2007

A Tribute to Kurt Vonnegut

One of the great American iconoclasts of our times, Kurt Vonnegut died on April 11, 2007. His wife, photographer Jill Krementz said that he had suffered brain injuries after a fall at his Manhattan home weeks before his death.

His son Mark had planned to give the 2007 McFadden Memorial lecture written by his father in Indianapolis where Vonnegut was scheduled to speak on April 27. This was to be part of the ongoing “Year of Vonnegut” celebrations.

Many felt that Vonnegut was incredibly witty, sardonic and insightful as a writer. Some even considered him to be an American original comparing him to Mark Twain. Vonnegut had a vision that combined social criticism, black humor and human decency. “A satirist with a heart, a moralist with a whoopee cushion” is how novelist Jay MacInerny once described Vonnegut.

Donald E. Morse, author of “The Novels of Kurt Vonnegut: Imagining Being an American”, told Bloomberg, “This is the person who recorded the effects of the Great Depression on people, World War II, Vietnam, drugs, you name it, he covered it in his fiction and he did it in a way that we had to pay attention to.”

Kurt Vonnegut was born in 1922 and grew up in a prominent Indianapolis family. Graduating from Shortridge High School he moved on to Cornell University. After university he enlisted in the military.

While serving in the army during World War II, he was captured by the germans at the Battle of the Bulge. He witnessed the firebombing of Dresden in 1945 as a prisoner of war and that horrific experience inspired him to write “Slaughterhouse-Five”. That novel was widely regarded as his masterpiece nearly a quarter of a century later.

In the 1950s he began publishing short stories while working in the public relations department at General Electric. For two decades Vonnegut was an unknown science fiction writer and in 1969 he finally made it into mainstream publishing with “Slaughterhouse-Five” which was enthusiastically praised.

Vonnegut’s writing was distinctive, blending a combination of the satirical and the fantastical with tones of black humor that looked disdainfully upon humankind’s capacity for destruction. “I will say anything to be funny, often in the most horrible situations,” he once told a gathering of psychiatrists.

A humanist at heart, Vonnegut became more pessimistic about human capacity for good in his later years. In a 2004 essay he wrote, “Only a nut case would want to be a human being, if he or she had a choice.” And once he told the Los Angeles Times in a 2005 interview, “I think we’re a very bad idea. Look at the 20th century. You’ve got the Holocaust, two world wars, Hiroshima. Let’s just call it off.”

And he once said: “I feel that our country, for whose constitution I fought in a just war might as well have been invaded by martians and body snatchers. Sometimes I wish it had been. What has happened, though, is that it has been taken over by means of the sleaziest, low-comedy, keystone cops-style coup d’etat imaginable.

And those in charge of the federal government are upper-crust c-students who know no history or geography, plus not-so-closeted white supremacists, aka “Christians” and plus, most frighteningly, psychopathic personalities, or “PPs, the medical term for smart, personable people who have no consciences”.

He publicly proclaimed his 1997 novel “Timequake” would be his last work of fiction. He continued writing essays, often scornful towards the presidency of George W. Bush. Those essays appear in his 2005 book titled, “A Man Without a Country.”, published last year. This is a book that will make you laugh and make you cry in typical Vonnegut style. The points he makes throughout the book come together beautifully with the flair of a creative writer.

The two main complaints that he emphasizes are unmistakable: the senseless killing perpetrated by America and its addiction to fossil fuel. These actions are destroying the planet, which leads Vonnegut to reject the country he once fought for. Overall the book is about politics, government, and philosophy but it’s also about people, family and community. Some consider that it might be his best work ever.

Some people are born deaf, some are born blind or whatever, and this book is about congenitally defective human beings of a sort that is making this whole country and many other parts of the planet go completely haywire nowadays. These were people born without consciences, and suddenly they are taking charge of everything.

PPs are presentable, they know full well the suffering their actions may cause others, but they do not care. They cannot care because they are nuts. They have a screw loose!”

I couldn’t have said it better myself Mr. Vonnegut.

Thank you sir, for your incredible humanity and wisdom. Your voice and your humanity will be sorely missed.