Friday, March 31, 2006

The Best Juggler in the World?

You be the judge. If I could duplicate 1/10 of this guy's moves I'd be ecstatic.

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I have a theory about the upcoming "mushroom cloud over Las Vegas" test explosion.

Divine Strake is a test scheduled for June 2, 2006 at the Nevada Test Site sponsored by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. It's non nuclear. The 700-ton explosion supposedly has a two-fold purpose: 1) to study ground shock effects on deeply buried tunnel structures, and 2) "to analyze the air blast produced by the buried charge and its modification as it propagates over the local terrain", whatever that means.

I think it's to get the american people used to mushroom clouds. When the fascists nuke Iran, and the effects are recorded and sent worldwide, the war criminals will say "Hey, remember that big blast near Las Vegas? That was just dynamite and so's this!"

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Thursday, March 16, 2006

I don't watch television. I consider it one of the tools meant for our enslavement and it is excruciatingly manipulative. The negative aspects far outweigh any redeeming value unless you want to torture yourself by monitoring our downfall.
But I was surprised and heartened by this video clip. This was broadcasted? How did it slip past our masters' attention?

James Spader's "Boston Legal" monologue

Monday, March 13, 2006

The US Will Never Leave Iraq

We are being lied to on a massive basis about Iraq. The official line is that the country was invaded and occupied for our safety and for the good of the Iraqi people, or something like that. The reality is that psychotic megalomaniacs are dreaming of a planet wide empire and permanent bases are being built there. The reality is that those warmongering scum have a hidden agenda and are relying on our ignorance and apathy to get away with it.

"As you read this, a controversial Kuwait-based construction firm is building a $592 million US embassy in Baghdad. When the dust settles, this compound will be the largest and most secure diplomatic compound in the world.

The headquarters, I mean "Embassy," will be a self-sustaining cluster of 21 buildings reinforced 2.5 times the usual standards, with some walls to be as thick as 15 feet.

Plans are for over 1,000 US "government officials" to staff and reside there. Lucky for them, they will have access to the gym, swimming pool, barber and beauty shops, food court and commissary. There will also be a large-scale barracks for troops, a school, locker rooms, a warehouse, a vehicle maintenance garage, and six apartment buildings with a total of 619 one-bedroom units. And luckily for the "government officials," their water, electricity and sewage treatment plants will all be independent from Baghdad's city utilities. The total site will be two-thirds the area of the National Mall in Washington, DC.

Then there are the permanent military bases.

To give you an idea of what these look like in Iraq, let's start with Camp Anaconda, near Balad. Occupying 15 square miles of Iraq, the base boasts two swimming pools (not the plastic inflatable type), a gym, mini-golf course and first-run movie theater.

The 20,000 soldiers who live at the Balad Air Base, less than 1,000 of whom ever leave the base, can inspect new iPod accessories in one of the two base exchanges, which have piles of the latest electronics and racks of CDs to choose from. One of the PX managers recently boasted that every day he was selling 15 televisions to soldiers.

There are several other gigantic bases in Iraq besides camp Anaconda, such as Camp Victory near Baghdad Airport, which - according to a reporter for Mother Jones magazine - when complete will be twice the size of Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo. The Kosovo base is currently one of the largest overseas bases built since the war in Vietnam"

Saturday, March 11, 2006

The Ugly American

People are asked on the street which is the next country the US should invade.
I'm surprised the ignorati even knew they were looking at a map.
Australians have every right to be nervous.

Friday, March 10, 2006

A Rare Instance of Sanity

Maryland House Votes 137-0 To Ban Diebold Touch-Screens

"The Republican Governor there recently slammed Diebold's paperless system, called for paper ballots and announced he had lost confidence in the State Board of Election and its Diebold-supporting Director, Linda Lamone, to carry out a fair election. Then information surfaced that Lamone had allowed MD to use uncertified Diebold software in the 2002 and 2004 elections. Then revelations were made public of massive machine failures in 2004."

Too little and way too late I'm afraid.

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Fashion Police

Mr. Blackwell's real losers: Wear a Cheap Watch, Go to Gitmo

Is there any more proof that anyone needs that this phoney war-on-nouns is a complete and utter farce? Desperate to find any excuse to create enemies, simply wearing a watch get's you indefinate imprisonment.

"Wearing a Casio is cited among the unclassified evidence against at least eight of the detainees whose transcripts were released by the Pentagon after a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by The Associated Press.
Millions and millions of people have these types of Casio watches," Mazin Salih Musaid, a Saudi detainee, told his military tribunal.
Even guards at Guantanamo wear Casios, noted Usama Hassan Ahmend Abu Kabir."

The Best Chronicle of Your Enslavement

A truly chilling step by step narrative of how the fascists stole your country and why at some point, probably in the very near future, you will have to make the hardest choice of your life.
Are you going to kneel down in slavery or are you going to fight as a free American?

"The grand finale of American fascism is yet to come. No totalitarian ruling structure would be complete without an oppressive identification system that allows the dictator's henchmen to access birth-to-death information on every citizen listed in a national database. It's becoming obvious that no one is intended to escape the dictator's dynamic plans to force upon us national ID cards and, eventually, under-the-skin identification implants with a satellite tracking system able to keep each of us under round-the-clock surveillance."

Monday, March 06, 2006

From Freedom to Fascism

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Support For Bush in a Nutshell

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Thursday, March 02, 2006

Every Sperm is Sacred, Every Sperm is Great, If a Sperm is Wasted, God Gets Quite Irate

Former Hitler Youth member and sexual abuse cover up artist Pope Ratzinger has declared that life doesn't just start at conception, but that "embryos developed for in vitro fertilization deserve the same right to life as fetuses, children and adults — and that that right extends to embryos even before they are transferred into a woman’s womb."

Amanda Marcotte at Pandagon is down with that, and I heartily agree! In fact this idea has legs, so to speak.

With all this time and effort put by various out-of-touch patriarchy-loving leaders into according balls of cells person status, I think it’s time we the people started demanding that this reclassification have good effects instead of merely being a tool to strip women of their rights. If embryos are children, dammit, they should be legally classified as such so that they can be used for tax deductions.

In fact, the more I think about it, the more I’m down with the idea of reclassifying embryos as children. Not only could you keep a dozen or so in your freezer for tax reasons, but all sorts of social and family problems could be fixed by having embryo children instead of real ones.
Embryo children would be a great solution to the eternal MRA quandary of both wanting physical evidence to the world that your testicles work right but not wanting to pony up for child support. Plus, if you really want, you can just split the “children” in half during a divorce, each spouse getting 6 or so kids to write off on their taxes.

You could decorate their bedroom with refrigerator magnets and make their bed out of a popsicle box.

Best slumber parties *ever*.

If you are divorced, you could handle visitation just by passing the ice chest back and forth.

No potty training.


The only position on abortion is this: if you don't like it, don't have one. Other than that, shut the hell up.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

We Thought We Were Free

It's difficult be optimistic these days.Every day it seems a little worse; just when you think human society has reached bottom, there are the psychopathic scumbags digging the hole deeper. Sure, there have always been very ugly people with truly hideous designs in this world, but the ones who are really at fault when the gates of hell are opened up are the enablers, the ones handing the shovels out, the good germans.

"To live in this process is absolutely not to be able to notice it - please try to believe me - unless one has a much greater degree of political awareness, acuity, than most of us had ever had occasion to develop. Each step was so small, so inconsequential, so well explained or, on occasion, "regretted," that, unless one were detached from the whole process from the beginning, unless one understood what the whole thing was in principle, what all these "little measures" that no "patriotic German" could resent must some day lead to, one no more saw it developing from day to day than a farmer in his field sees the corn growing. One day it is over his head."

The phoney war on terror reached an impasse the other day with the mosque getting bombed in Iraq. The plan behind the bombing was fairly obvious - to exacerbate tensions between the Sunni and Shia to prevent a cohesive (and possibly independence oriented) government from forming, thereby lessening trouble down the road and maintaining a fictional excuse to have a continuing foreign presense. This fictional nightmare construct that started with 9/11 is a strange thing - you squeeze it on one end and it hemorrhages somewhere else. The zionists didn't count on public opinion turning so negative on the heels of the port scandal and seeing Iraq go up in flames.
"Many, many times since it all happened I have pondered that pair of great maxims, Principiis obsta and Finem respice - "Resist the beginnings" and "consider the end." But one must foresee the end in order to resist, or even see, the beginnings."
The fascists are backing themselves into a corner of their own making. They're a one trick pony, and that trick is, and always was, fear. But since the American people are catching up with the rest of the world in seeing through the posturing, sloganeering and lies, that fearmongering has lost it's potency.
"Each act, each occasion, is worse than the last, but only a little worse. You wait for the next and the next. You wait for the one great shocking occasion, thinking that others, when such a shock comes, will join with you in resisting somehow. You don't want to act, or even to talk, alone; you don't want to "go out of your way to make trouble." Why not? - Well, you are not in the habit of doing it. And it is not just fear, fear of standing alone, that restrains you; it is also genuine uncertainty."
When 911 happened, after the shock and awe wore off, was the sudden realization that we were seeing the government put the pedal to the metal in the drive toward fascism. At that point I could clearly see the end result ahead. Studying the incremental steps and the timetable will give you an awareness of where they're going now. I think the watershed is approaching fast.
"And one day, too late, your principles, if you were ever sensible of them, all rush in upon you.
Now you live in a world of hate and fear, and the people who hate and fear do not even know it themselves; when everyone is transformed, no one is transformed. Now you live in a system which rules without responsibility even to God. The system itself could not have intended this in the beginning, but in order to sustain itself it was compelled to go all the way."
To erase all the recent setbacks and to put the final nail in the coffin of the country we used to know, fascism is about to pull more massive synthetic terror. It'll be the ultimate pretext for taking the mask off and showing it's true face to the world. Halliburton (who else?) has been busy building special retreats for some of us - Gulags For American Citizens In Final Planning Stages . And since their projects overlap, The Big Show will pave the road to Tehran - US: Iran has one-week ’opportunity’ to defuse standoff .
They're about to go all the way.
Quoted passages are from "They thought they were free, the Germans" by Milton Mayer.
"If Congress won't act, then it is up to the people. We must make every family dining table, every house of worship and every town meeting a place to stand up and speak out.
Only then will those who come after us know where the "good Americans" were."
Cost of the War in Iraq
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