Thursday, January 26, 2012

Powerful message from former (C.I.A. Agent) to all Americans!

What are you waiting for? Now is the time to STAND UP for yourself, to be BOLD, be CREATIVE, be RADICAL To Dream BIG, IMAGINE, Feel the fear but DO IT! Anyway its time to Question Expert Authority, ASK hard questions, PROPOSE and DEMAND solutions. To Participate and AGITATE. DISOBEY if you must. To VISUALIZE and Organize. To KILL the fear spreading Media - EDUCATE and INFORM yourself and Others. NOW is the time to invest in HOPE.

To cultivate LOVE To Give Thanks for what we have and to help those that Haven't. We Must DANCE, PLAY, ENJOY ourselves. TRANSFORM your situation no matter how bad it is. It can be done, EAT WELL, REST, MEDITATE. PROTECT yourself. BECOME a SOUL WARRIOR. Don't Apologize for being a DREAMER - we need MORE DREAMERS. PERSIST Resist and ignore the begrudging hold firm to your vision. Don't make up excuses or get caught up in Blame. In the Game of them and Us RESPECT Everyone, even if you don't like them. Enemies are Great Teachers. TRANSCEND, RISE, Reach for the STARS.

Don't take yourself too seriously. LAUGH at yourself. LOVE YOURSELF. You are WONDERFUL if you let yourself BE. ABANDON JUDGEMENT, Age, Roles, Stereotypes. Take RISKS. Drop LEFT RIGHT and RELIGIOUS Dogma. THINK FOR YOURSELF. Take control of your Diet, Money, Home, Family, Work Spend Time in NATURE. Listen to your Gut, Instinct, Intuition, Heart. Go offline to get ONLINE. Take QUIET TIME for you, to WRITE, DRAW. EXPERIMENT. Learn a SONG, Call a Meeting, Start a Petition. BUILD COMMUNITY. See what happens. SHARE. Take your time. Slow Down - Small and Slow are POWERFUL and BEAUTIFUL. Wake up to REALITY. It's not that bad. If it is THEN CHANGE IT. Don't wait for others to do it. TELL OTHERS, JOIN them, ASK for HELP.

SING IT LOUD. BE Proud you're not a Zombie caught up on the harsh production line of Commuting, Work, Shopping, Consumption and SLEEP. You're MUCH MORE ALIVE This is not a PRACTICE RUN, THIS IS YOUR REVOLUTION TO MAKE IT HAPPEN THERE ARE ALWAYS MORE POSSIBILITIES THAT YOU THINK! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? >click here to hear the message<

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

President John F Kennedy Speaks The Truth

Were these the words that got him shot and taken away?
I think it was, he was anti the NWO agenda.
Truth, one day will prevail.   
>hear his words again<

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Soldiers' faces before, during and after serving in Afghanistan

These pictures examples of what military puts our brave men and woman  through. Scroll down on this posting read the responses. The military industries has expanded to keep the people sedated and a dangerous assortment of pharmaceutical cocktails.How do we stop this madness? Dr Strange Love one of many working within the Military Industrial Complex. This madness must end before it is the end of humanity as we once knew. >click here for the story<

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Peace activist Marv Davidov dies

He was nationally known for demonstrations against Honeywell, which made cluster bombs used in Vietnam.                                                                                                  'An inspiration to many'

In an autobiography he wrote with Carol Masters, he described himself as a "nonviolent revolutionary."

One of Davidov's admirers was Daniel Ellsberg, the White House consultant who leaked the Pentagon Papers about U.S. military decision-making in Vietnam to the media. Ellsberg, who later became a peace activist, helped raise money for the Honeywell Project at Davidov's invitation.

"Thanks to people like him, we're still hanging on as a species," Ellsberg said. "His nonviolence and his indefatigability and energy are an inspiration to many people.

"He's lived a good life, and I told him so" when he spoke to Davidov by phone on Friday, Ellsberg said.

Last week, as Davidov's medical condition worsened, a number of peace activist friends kept a hospital vigil. "It's one of those great things that happens," Davidov said. "This kind of solidarity and love and support that people give one another."

John LaForge, an antiwar activist friend, had brought a small refrigerator to his room with a bumper sticker on it that read, "No more war."

Bill Tilton, a St. Paul attorney, said he first met Davidov in 1969 at a sit-in at the University of Minnesota in support of the African American Action Committee, which was demanding more scholarships for blacks.

"Marv is one of my heroes," Tilton said. "He never took his eye off the ball of advocating for the rights of the underprivileged and accountability of government."

For years Davidov taught a class on "active nonviolence" at the University of St. Thomas. Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer, who taught the class with him, said, "There was a warmth that came across when he related to students, a deeply respectful interaction in which Marv would share parts of his life story that awakened within students a possibility that they too could impact society."

Barbara Mishler said she got to know Davidov when she took a class of his at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in south Minneapolis 30 years ago.

"When I first met him, I was so terrified of nuclear war," she recalls. "He said, 'Settle down and read and inform yourself, before you hit the streets.' "

Nothing to say? Hardly

Lying in bed, barely able to sit up on Thursday, Davidov welcomed a reporter.

Asked if he had any thoughts that he'd like to pass on to young people, Davidov thought for a moment, smiled and said, "I've been waiting for this interview my entire life, and now I've got nothing to say."

But as anyone who has ever known Davidov knows, he was never really at a loss for words, including on Thursday.

On the current presidential election campaign: "It reminds me of one of the books that Paul Goodman wrote in the 1950s -- 'Growing Up Absurd.' Once again the needs of the people who have most everything are satisfied irst."

On this election year: "Find the people in your community who are probing reality and talking about how to fundamentally change it and work at a local level on these problems, creating peace, freedom and justice."

On the Occupy protests against Wall Street: "I thought it was great. The people were locating what their needs were and going out in the streets without compromise."

On the kind of memorial gathering he'd like: "I want people to remember and tell funny stories about me and the struggle, and try to create a deeper, more profound movement and build the numbers."

He is survived by a brother, Jerry Davidov, a retired Minneapolis firefighter. Services are pending with the Cremation Society of Minnesota.

Randy Furst • 612-673-4224



"Children are the greatest gift. Their future is on the line.
Their legacy is our words and deeds, & we're wasting precious time as fires of ignorance, abuse, hate, & greed so deeply burn! For the sake of all the children, I pray someday we'll learn!
Now's the time to put children first!
Now's the time to build firm foundations!
Now's the time to mold the future!
by Bob Wickline/Cascade Mountain Music/ASCAP      >click to hear the song<                           

Thursday, January 12, 2012

On the Dark Side in Al Doura - A Soldier in the Shadows

by Pulse TV & Maverick Media                                                                                            
WARNING: Graphic and disturbing photos between 38:40 and 40:45.
U.S. Army Ranger John Needham, who was awarded two purple hearts and three medals for heroism, wrote to military authorities in 2007 reporting war crimes that he witnessed being committed by his own command and fellow soldiers in Al Doura, Iraq. His charges were supported by atrocity photos which, in the public interest, are now released in this video. John paid a terrible price for his opposition to these acts. His story is tragic.

CBS reported obtaining an Army document from the Criminal Investigation Command suggestive of an investigation into these war crimes allegations. The Army's conclusion was that the "offense of War Crimes did not occur." However, CBS also stated that the report was “redacted and incomplete; 111 pages were withheld.”

This video is placed with the context of Vice President, Dick Cheney, insistence that this nation's efforts "must go to the dark side;" which included ignoring the Geneva Conventions.

John's story is told, here, by his father, Michael Needham. It is produced in the spirit of the public interest and towards promoting justice and the rule of law.

Written, directed, and produced by Cindy Piester            >Michael Needham telling the story<

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Who owns American Government? Are You ZOG Brainwashed?

ZOG - Zionist Owned Government - Are YOU ZOG Brainwashed? Joe Biden confesses proudly that he is a Zionist - Our Presidents are just Zionist Tools - 911 Israelis with a truck that has a mural painted on it of an airplane diving into NY City's WTC Towers and exploding - these were the DANCING CELEBRATING ISRAELIS - The van loaded with TONS of explosives meant for the George Washington Bridge - EXPLODED - 60 Israelis arrested right away including ACTIVE ISRAELI Military for suspicion or outright terrorist activities (200 altogether after the 911 catastrophe) - EVIDENCE LINKING these ISRAELIS to 911 was CLASSIFIED (hidden from the American public) and Bush sent them home (Michael Chertoff came to their rescue - Why not he's a DUAL Israeli citizen) - A Jewish Israeli comments on calling people who speak up about the ZOG MANIPULATION & CONTROL being called an "Anti-Semite" as being a JEWISH TRICK which THEY ALWAYS USE~!!!!      >the rest of the story<

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Paul Craig Roberts: "The US is driving the world to a nuclear war"

Obama has made it clear that China is a threat to the US in more ways than one. The countries are two of the world's largest economies, but some economists believe China's economy will surpass the US' economy in five years. Critics believe that is the motive behind President Obama's announcement to station 2,500 Marines in Australia. China considers the shift of power as an attempt to escalate military tension in the Asia-Pacific. Paul Craig Roberts, former Reagan Administration official and columnist, joins us to give us insight on whats going on between the US and China.    >click for interview<                                                      

Monday, January 9, 2012

The Zionist Story.

The Zionist Story, an independent film by Ronen Berelovich, is the story of ethnic cleansing, colonialism and apartheid to produce a demographically Jewish State.

Ronen successfully combines archival footage with commentary from himself and others such as Ilan Pappe, Terry Boullata, Alan Hart and Jeff Halper.

"I have recently finished an independent documentary, The Zionist Story, in which I aim to present not just the history of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, but also the core reason for it: the Zionist ideology, its goals (past and present) and its firm grip not only on Israeli society, but also, increasingly, on the perception of Middle East issues in Western democracies.

These concepts have already been demonstrated in the excellent 'Occupation 101′ documentary made by Abdallah Omeish and Sufyan Omeish, but in my documentary I approach the subject from the perspective of an Israeli, ex-reserve soldier and someone who has spent his entire life in the shadow of Zionism.

I hope you can find a moment to watch The Zionist Story and, if you like it, please feel free to share it with others. (As both the documentary and the archived footage used are for educational purposes only, the film can be freely distributed).

I have made this documentary entirely by myself, with virtually no budget, although doing my best to achieve high professional standard, and I hope that this 'home-spun' production will be of interest to viewers." - Ronen Berelovich.    >to view the documentary<

Saturday, January 7, 2012


Now, humanity is at a time like no other. Planetary changes, social changes, personal changes ~ we are being served with a great opportunity...

This film is made and offered to bring about a more loving world.    
                       >Hear the message<

Mission Accomplished

By Sami Rasouli
The US troops officially pulled out by the end of 2011, but left behind a crippled country called Iraq. Iraq will never be the same after 2003. According to international law, the US is legally and morally responsible to pay Iraqis reparations and to rebuild the country. But today, after almost nine years of American occupation and “nation-building,” Iraq is left with destruction. Education and health levels are far below what they were before the invasion. Electricity and clean water are not available for millions of Iraqis. Tragically, the most affected segments of the population are women and children. Trafficking of Iraqi women for prostitution continues through neighboring countries, and an estimated 3 million Iraqi widows and 5 million orphans (one fifth of the country’s children) are struggling to survive, according to a 2009 Iraqi Government report.
Mr. Deandar, the Minister of Displacement and Migration in Iraq, recently stated that 1.5 million Iraqis remain displaced within the country. Other Iraqi civil society organizations report 4 million Iraqis are still displaced from their homes, either living in exile outside the country or inside the country but unable to return to old neighborhoods after the sectarian violence of 2005 - 2007.
Meanwhile, the balance of power in the region, which President Bush hoped to tip in favor of the West, is precarious and dependent on many factors outside of American control, such as the Arab Spring uprisings. The Iraqi economy is in shambles and production facilities are destroyed. Ninety percent of the Iraqi population is traumatized, most having witnessed killing, explosions, and other violence over the past three decades. According to some estimates, over 1 million Iraqis have died from war-related violence since 2003.
Before the Gulf War in 1991, then-US Secretary of State James Baker, III told then-Foreign Minister of Iraq Tariq Aziz, "We will destroy your country and bring it back to the stone age.”
Amid this gloomy picture, it is timely to ask, “What lessons should the war hold for America?”
What was the point of invading Iraq? Who won the war?
In 2011, President Obama declared success in Iraq after he ordered his forces to leave the destroyed country before the end of the year.  
Iraqis today continue to celebrate the withdrawal of American forces from Iraq. Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki recently sent a congratulations text message to the millions of Iraqis who own cell phones, claiming victory (which he was supposedly behind)!
Unfortunately, Iraq is the main loser in the ongoing saga of destruction that began in 1991 with the Gulf War, continued with international sanctions throughout the 1990s, and deepened with the US-led invasion in 2003 and subsequent occupation.
Neither is the 99% of the American population a winner in this war. According to Dr. Joseph Stiglitz, America lost or will lose $4 trillion to the war: "With the end of the war looming, we can say for certain that the total cost will be at least $4 trillion. This figure could climb much higher, depending on the number of veterans who require long-term care, the cost of replacing equipment, and the full social and economic impact of the war. The human toll has been equally high: 4,486 Americans have been killed in Iraq, 32,000 wounded in action, and tens of thousands seriously injured. More than one-third of recent veterans report having a service-connected disability.”[1]
This tremendous cost of the Iraq War has contributed to the struggles of the US economy over the last few years, resulting in jobs and homes lost.
The Israeli involvement in Iraq
So, who won this insane war?
Let's read part of a lecture that was delivered by the former Israeli Minister of Security, Avi Dichter, on the Israeli role in Iraq:
"We’ve achieved in Iraq more than we expected or planned."[2]
The lecture was delivered on September 4, 2008, at the Research Institute of Israeli National Security. Dichter included the following points in his speech:
* Neutralizing Iraq is of the utmost strategic importance for Zionist security;
* Iraq was crushed as a military power and a united country, and our strategic option now is to keep it fragmented;
* Our strategic goal remains to prevent Iraq from returning to its Arab and regional role;
*Israeli goals include supporting Kurds with weapons, training, and a security partnership in order to found an independent Kurdish state in northern Iraq that will control the oil in Kirkuk and Kurdistan;
It seems the major goal of the American-Israeli war against Iraq has not, in fact, yet been accomplished—i.e., to divide the country into at least 3 pieces based on ethnic and sectarian backgrounds. This is the strategy suggested by Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger after the 2003 invasion and supported by the current US Vice President Joe Biden, who worked to pass a bill in the US congress to divide Iraq.
The ongoing, internal political fighting between factions in Iraq, such as the latest exchange of accusations between Prime Minister Maliki and Vice President Hashimi, encourages the line of thinking that Iraq should be divided into three autonomous states. This is part of the legacy left by the US, a time bomb waiting to go off.
Until Iraq is chopped up into pieces, according to American-Israeli plans, the Iraqi people, especially women and children, will continue to suffer from violence and destruction. 


Thursday, January 5, 2012

Foreign Policy & War Profiteering

In 2006, it was reported that 151 members of Congress had up to
$195.5 million of their personal assets invested in defense

It's now 2012 and I can only imagine that those Congressmen have
made a good deal of return on their investments.

These are the same people who vote to keep funding all the wars we
fight and insure that we are in continued conflicts world wide.

Moreover, the CEO's of these 'defense' corporations sit on advisory
boards that draft and implement foreign policy. Clearly, anybody
can see that 'peace' is not good for their business, so in who's
interests are they advising?

War is a racket.

Foreign policy and war profiteering...   >follow the money<                                     

'War is hell: Iran far stronger than US would like to admit'

It was unwise of the Japanese to attack the US, but the US had
pushed and pushed with sanctions on Japan until Japan felt it was
backed into a corner and was forced to react.

That reaction was Pearl Harbor. Japan was made out to be the
aggressor and the war was on.

The situation currently evolving with Iran has surpassed the usual
'saber-rattling' that goes on. Iran has threatened to close the
Strait of Hormuz, and has threatened to act should any US warships
return to the Persian Gulf.


Because sanctions are an act of war, and when you back a nation
into a corner they react. What will Iran's reaction be?  >click to hear interview<