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  Well, well, well... It happened!.... How do U feel about this?
20 Jul 2007 @ 19:17, by a-d. Globalization
Bush Outlaws War Protest -
Citizens Face Full Asset Seizure
From Dave Livingston

Link: [ [link] ]


Bush Outlaws All War Protest In United States
By Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

In one of his most chilling moves to date against his own citizens, the American War Leader has issued a sweeping order this week outlawing all forms of protest against the Iraq war.

President Bush enacted into US law an 'Executive Order' on July 17th titled "Blocking Property of Certain Persons Who Threaten Stabilization Efforts in Iraq", and which says:

"By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, as amended (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.)(IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.)(NEA), and section 301 of title 3, United States Code,
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 Cascading Cross Defaults36 comments
7 May 2007 @ 09:38, by vaxen. Globalization
I am only reprinting this article here, not because I believe that 'the Christos' was anything like the 'peaceful' soul this man likes to paint him to be, but because of the subtext message going on that should be read, and understood, by all people everywhere.

Also because I spent the evening reading a bunch of 'milblogs,' and seeing the absolute, and dreadful, mind-wash going on to these deluded fools who, even though state courts are taking their children away (Those single parents who had custody before "deployment" to Iraq, Afghanistann, and related Archipelagos, in the greedy game where their lords and masters profit and they die and lose their children!) stand in Manchurianesque oblivion to the realities behind Kissinger, Rockerfeller (Chase Manhatten etc.), Bush, et al, wars - where might is right and truth a casualty.

Idiot Americans brainwashed into believing that they can shut up and not be held accountable by us, their fellow Americans, for the genocide going on in OUR name all over the world!

On the eve of the new EUUSA union they are being led to the slaughter by an ilk 'the Revelation' dreamt of, and labelled, albeit cryptically. So, here goes:

Preemptive Truth: 'What Did They Know and When Did They Know It?'

by Rev. Emmanuel Charles McCarthy [link]

Like one who…
Made such a sinner of his memory,
To credit his own life.
~ William Shakespeare
The Tempest [link]

The above Doonesbury comic strip of October 19, 2002, puts the lie to ecclesiastical, civil, commercial and media hierarchs and drum majors who try to defend their moral rectitude in relation to their support of the invasion of Iraq by saying, "If I had only known the truth, I never would have supported this war." By October 19, 2002 what they insist they did not know until years later was public knowledge – to the point that mainstream comic strips and cartoonists could satirize the obviousness of the lies being employed to justify turning Iraq into a killing field?

After the "overwhelming atrocity" of the Vietnam War, I watched bishops, priests, ministers, theologians, politicians, celebrities, academics, columnists, university administrators, former students, TV talking-political-heads, labor union leaders and members, judges, prosecutors, police officers, FBI agents, ordinary people in the pews or in bleachers, as well as institutions – who were politically and/or morally supportive of that war or cleverly and silently indifferent to its carnage – re-write their personal and institutional histories. This revisionist project was undertaken to make it appear they were "really against that awful thing" but did not feel that speaking out publicly in opposition to it was right, since they didn’t have all the facts at the time because of government lies that confused them or kept them completely in the dark. At the time, I had close encounters of the intense kind with a few of these faux neo-adversaries of the Vietnam War. I therefore know as a fact from personal interaction with them what they really thought, what they really did and cooperated with, and how they and their interests handsomely profited from their choice to support or to remain silent.

This should not be permitted to happen with the present "overwhelming atrocity." Being dead wrong on the morality of an act of organized mass murder should disenfranchise a person from even being considered as a candidate to lead people in the Church, the Synagogue, the Mosque or the State in matters of serious moral import. If a person cannot morally see murder when it is mass murder, or worse, if he or she sees it and justifies it or ignores it, they should be spiritually and humanly disqualified from telling other people what to do and from being given access to means of coercion (physical, psychological or spiritual) by which to force other people to do what they want them to do.  More >

 The Real Scandal At The World Bank
7 May 2007 @ 04:27, by a-d. Globalization
Published on Thursday, April 26, 2007 by The Independent/UK
The Real Scandal At The World Bank
The Bank is Killing Thousands of the Poorest People in The World
by Johann Hari

While the world’s press has been fixated on the teeny-weeny scandal over whether the World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz helped to get his girlfriend a $300,000-a-year gig next door, they have been ignoring the rancid stench of a far bigger scandal wafting from Wolfie’s Washington offices.

This slo-mo scandal isn’t about apparent petty corruption in DC. It’s about how Wolfowitz’s World Bank is killing thousands of the poorest people in the world, and knowingly worsening our worst crisis - global warming - every day.

Let’s start with the victims. Meet Hawa Amadu, 70-something, living in the muddy slums of Accra, the capital of Ghana, and trying to raise her grandkids as best she can. Hawa has a problem - a massive problem - and the World Bank put it there. She can’t afford water or electricity any more. Why? The World Bank threatened to refuse to lend any more money to her government, which would effectively make it a leper to governmental donors and international business, unless it stopped subsidising the cost of these necessities. The subsidies stopped. The cost doubled. Now Hawa goes thirsty so her grandchildren can drink, and weeps: “Am I supposed to drink air?”

She is not alone. Half a world away, in Bolivia, Maxima Cari - a mother - is also thirsty. “The World Bank took away my right to clean water,” she explains. In 1997 the World Bank demanded the Bolivian government privatise the country’s water supply. So Maxima couldn’t afford it any more. Now she has to use dirty water from a well her villagers dug. This dirty water is making her children sick, and she is sullen. “I wash my children weekly,” Maxima says. “Sometimes there’s only enough water to wash their hands and faces, not their whole body … This is not a nice way to live.”
The newly elected socialist government of Evo Morales is planning to take the water back - and he is, of course, condemned and threatened by the World Bank.  More >

4 May 2007 @ 08:15, by vaxen. Globalization

Fairchild Industries Corporate Manager, Von Braun Spokesperson, Dr. Carol Rosin
When Wernher Von Braun [father of modern rocket science] was dying of cancer [1974], he asked me to be his spokesperson. Von Braun actually told me that the reasons for space-based weaponry that were going to be given—the enemies that we were going to identify—were all based on a lie. He said the strategy that was being used to educate the public and decision makers was to use scare tactics; that first the Russians are going to be considered the enemy. Then terrorists would be identified. Then we were going to identify third-world “crazies.” We now call them Nations of Concern. The next enemy was asteroids—against asteroids we are going to build space-based weapons. And over and over during the four years that I knew him and was giving speeches for him, he would bring up the last card. “And remember, Carol, the last card is the alien card. We are going to have to build space-based weapons against aliens, and all of it is a lie.” He was too afraid to talk about it. He would not tell me the details. I am not sure I would have absorbed them if he had told me the details, or even believed him in 1974….In 1977, I was at a meeting in Fairchild Industries in a conference room called the War Room….They continued the conversation about how they were going to antagonize these enemies and at some point, there was going to be a war in the Gulf, a Gulf War. Now this is 1977! pp. 255 - 259. See also Dr. Rosin’s website, [link] .


Steven M. Greer, M.D., Founder and Director, Disclosure Project
The government—as you and I might think of it—is really quite outside the loop. Indeed the situation is so dire that senior Joint Chiefs of Staff leaders in the Pentagon who I have briefed have no more access to such projects than any other civilian—unless they are on the “inside” for some reason. We have found that the technologies to replace fossil fuel usage already exist and need to be exploited and applied immediately to avert a serious global economic, geopolitical, and environmental crisis in the not-so-distant future. As daunting a disclosure may be, with all its potential for short-term instability and change, continued secrecy means that we will destroy the earth through our folly and greed. We do not have 50 more years—the earth’s ecosystem will collapse before then. There are no easy choices. But there is one right one. Will you help us make it? pp. 567, 491, 570. See also Dr. Greer’s websites at [link] , and [link] .  More >

 The Voice of Humanity will Reground Western Civilization2 comments
picture16 Jul 2006 @ 18:38, by mre. Globalization
The Lovers of Democracy have a thoughtful website, well worth a look for those interested in the deeper meanings of dialog. Among the articles there I particularly recommend one from 2001 entitled "DIALOGUE AMONG CIVILIZATIONS: WHAT FOR?" by Hernán López-Garay, a professor at the Centro de Investigaciones en Sistemologia Interpretativa, Universidad de Los Andes, Meridia, Venezuela.  More >

 Mark Your Calendars6 comments
17 Jan 2006 @ 20:27, by vaxen. Globalization
Mark Your Calendars

By Cliff Jones

"It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it." ~ Upton Sinclair

The first paragraph says enough:

January 7, 2006 - I must comment here: mark your calendars for March 20, 2006. This is the day Iran has promised to kick about 35%, perhaps more, of the backing of your "money supply" right out from under you.

The magnitude of such an event takes some explanation, but I'll begin by stating that this was the very reason for invading Iraq. Saddam Hussein had the inside goods on decades of insider global banking dirt, (which fact was published in Germany) including the involvement, and we're talking smoking guns, of every president of the US since Truman and likewise all the Federal Reserve Board ("fed") chairmen across the same timespan. With what he thought was four aces in hand, Saddam too had boldly promised to denominate Iraq's oil sales in Euros. No small matter, that.  More >

 All The World's A Factory6 comments
picture26 Sep 2005 @ 12:24, by jazzolog. Globalization
The farther you enter into the truth, the deeper it is.


To be natural is such a very difficult pose to keep up.

---Oscar Wilde

If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things.

---Rene Descartes

Some 30 years ago, I took my bag of teaching out of public and private schools and into a factory. The name of the company was TRW, which is about as nondescript as you can get, but I soon learned the initials represented the first letter of the last names of the 3 men who founded it. I also learned the 2 factories in our town, which were the last remaining major industry there, were only a toenail clipping in the vast global body of this corporation, headquartered in Cleveland. I decided TRW must stand for The Real World. At one point I even thought those guys could control the weather. Ho ho, clearly I was out of my mind.

Anyway, when I took the job I had a more naive view of manufacturing America. The place had a tutoring and education program especially for returned Viet Nam vets, who were trying to get back on their feet to support that wife and kid(s) that had come along during our "police action" over there. Most of these guys had put a payment down on a house, were settling in to a secure job with high pay and lots of benefits, and needed a program to improve some skills they had that might move them up into management. I thought this was a wonderful way for a corporation to share its wealth with the community of workers upon which it depends.  More >

 God's Country23 comments
picture25 Jun 2005 @ 11:03, by jazzolog. Globalization
A monk asked, "What is the most important principle of Zen?"
Chao-Chou answered, "Excuse me, but I have to pee. Just imagine, even such a trivial thing as that I have to do in person."

---Zen mondo

Jesus said, "Not everyone who says to me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the kingdom of heaven."

---Matthew 7:21

If you want to make the cart go, do you hit the horse or the cart?

---Zen saying

"City on the Hill (COTH) is a fantastic opportunity for high school students ages 15 through 18 to participate in leadership training and learn the governmental process. It will be held July 18-23,2005, on the campus of LANCASTER BIBLE COLLEGE [link] (new location this year!).

"For six action-packed days, you will learn the legislative process by becoming state legislators. You'll carry actual legislation, learn public speaking skills, and be equipped to debate today's critical issues.

"You will meet legislators. lobbyists, lawyers, educators, and others whose stories and examples will both challenge you and awaken your imagination to the many career opportunities awaiting you.

"The bottom line is this: You'll have a lot of fun. You'll love the people you meet. You won't be the same."

As a schoolchild in the 1940s, I was taught there was something special and exceptional about the founding and development of the United States of America. That something had a religious quality. The Pilgrims and other groups that emigrated here were Christian, prayerful people. The Indians welcomed us---although there was some confusion later. It was our destiny to stretch from sea to shining sea. And usually when our soldiers went somewhere else, it was because the people there invited us to come. And we were welcomed there too...and we liberated them. We saved them. And then we taught them how to live. I'm here to tell you not much has changed in the presentation here of that history in the past 60 years, because I've spent most the time working in schools. Americans get very nervous if you question this image, and censure anyone who dares to offer other views. Author and historian Howard Zinn did so recently in a lecture at MIT. Watch out for the lightning!  More >

 Origins of the Overclass15 comments
18 Mar 2005 @ 23:59, by vaxen. Globalization
The wealthy have always used many methods to accumulate wealth, but it was not until the mid-1970s that these methods coalesced into a superbly organized, cohesive and efficient machine. After 1975, it became greater than the sum of its parts, a smooth flowing organization of advocacy groups, lobbyists, think tanks, conservative foundations, and PR firms that hurtled the richest 1 percent into the stratosphere.  More >

 Crystal Ball8 comments
picture11 Mar 2005 @ 16:13, by koravya. Globalization
Crystal Ball. All that has already been set into motion is moving right along. The roller coaster ride is running out of grease. Dry rails for the downward slide, and some of the cars may tumble. Now taking bets for the countdown to crunchtime.
“After an almost instant depression seizes the modern industrialized world, and nation-states break down, the frantic attempts of people to feed themselves, stay warm and obtain fresh water (pumped presently via petroleum to a great extent), there will be no rescue. Die-off begins. The least petroleum-dependent communities will survive best. These "backward" nations will be emulated by the scrounging survivors of the U.S. and the rest of the "developed" world, as far as local food production will be tried - in a paved-over, toxic landscape by people who have lost touch with the land...”(Jan Lundberg) as quoted in
An Important Announcement
Michael C. Ruppert
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