News Link • MEDIA (MainStreamMedia – aka MSM)
MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann Rejects the Constitution
07-16-2009 • Mark Yannone
This time it’s unmistakable.
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London Times Censors Mass Opposition to Mandatory Swine Flu Vaccine
07-16-2009 • PrisonPlanet
The London Times newspaper has apparently censored scores of comments on its own website that expressed vehement opposition to plans by the UK government to implement a mandatory vaccination program for swine flu.
Who Rules The World? – Part 3 ~ By Philip JonesScore 5.0 (1 person)
|July 16 2009, 5:14 PM|
Who Rules The World? – Part 3
The Origin Of Evil – Ancient Mythology Or Occult Reality?
By Philip Jones
“It is almost a joke now in the Western world, in the 20th century, to use words like ‘good and ‘evil’. They have become almost old fashioned concepts, but they are very real and genuine concepts. These are concepts from a sphere which is higher than us. And instead of getting involved in base, petty, short-sighted political calculations and games. we have to recognize that the concentration of world Evil and the tremendous force of hatred is
there and it’s flowing from there throughout the world. And we have to stand up against it and not hasten to give to it, give to it, give to it, every-thing that it wants to swallow.”
Having provided the reader in Parts One and Two with evidence, albeit of a somewhat gnostic and mythical, that the `seed` of the Fallen Angels and that of the Satanic line of Cain survived the `Great Flood,` I will in this the concluding `episode` attempt to `connect the dots` and bring us up to the present day, and answer the question which is the very subject base of this article; namely; Who Rules The World?
News Link • Iran
Hillary Clinton: US ready to engage Iran but time limited – Late October?
07-16-2009 • RawStory.com
“We know very well what we inherited with Iran. We know how far its nuclear program has advanced,” she said in remarks released by her aides.
Google Blogs Alert for: FEMA Martial Law Exercise With Foreign Troops coming to US in July 2009
Posted on Thursday, July 16, 2009 11:21:01 AM by arbooz
Mainers invited to become track-your-car guinea pigs
The Portland Press Herald ^ | 15 July 2009 | Beth Quimby
Posted on Thursday, July 16, 2009 10:16:47 AM by BGHater
It’s all in the name of research on finding a better way to tax motorists, and the pay is $895.
Wanted: 250 Maine drivers willing to let a stranger put a black box under their dashboard.
The reward: $895 and the opportunity to speak their minds about the highway tax experiment to a researcher.
University of Iowa researchers are seeking 250 motorists in Cumberland, York and Sagadahoc counties willing to have a computer tracking system installed in their cars for 10 months. The system could someday be used to tax drivers according to the number of miles they drive, rather than the amount of gasoline they consume.
Portland is one of six cities picked for the research, which is designed to determine whether a mileage tax would work better than the gas tax to support the country’s highway system.
Gunny G: And So They’re Coming For The Geezers…”Geezer Drivers Beat Gutless Legislators (Dangerous elderly drivers)”
Geezer Drivers Beat Gutless Legislators (Dangerous elderly drivers)
Boston Herald ^ | July 16, 2009 | Michael Graham
Posted on Thursday, July 16, 2009 7:27:58 AM by suspects
It’s not funny anymore.
Posted on Thursday, July 16, 2009 7:47:21 AM by Shane
This is a bit long, but well worth the read. It provides insight to Obama’s radical approach to “Change.” ********* Saul Alinsky
Born to Russian-Jewish parents in Chicago in 1909, Saul Alinsky was a Marxist who helped establish the dual political tactics of confrontation and infiltration that characterized the 1960s and have remained central to all subsequent revolutionary movements in the United States.
Though Alinsky is generally viewed as a member of the political left, and rightfully so, his legacy is more methodological than ideological. He identified a set of very specific rules that ordinary citizens could follow, and tactics that ordinary citizens could employ, as a means of gaining public power. His motto was, “The most effective means are whatever will achieve the desired results.”
Alinsky studied criminology as a graduate student at the University of Chicago, during which time he became friendly with Al Capone and his mobsters. Ryan Lizza, senior editor of The New Republic, offers a glimpse into Alinsky’s personality: “Charming and self-absorbed, Alinsky would entertain friends with stories — some true, many embellished — from his mob days for decades afterward. He was profane, outspoken, and narcissistic, always the center of attention despite his tweedy, academic look and thick, horn-rimmed glasses.”
According to Lizza:
“Alinsky was deeply influenced by the great social science insight of his times, one developed by his professors at Chicago: that the pathologies of the urban poor were not hereditary but environmental. This idea, that people could change their lives by changing their surroundings, led him to take an obscure social science phrase—’the community organization’–and turn it into, in the words of Alinsky biographer Sanford Horwitt, ‘something controversial, important, even romantic.’ His starting point was a near-fascination with John L. Lewis, the great labor leader and founder of the CIO. What if, Alinsky wondered, the same hardheaded tactics used by unions could be applied to the relationship between citizens and public officials?”
After completing his graduate work in criminology, Alinsky went on to develop what are known today as the Alinsky concepts of mass organization for power. In the late 1930s he earned a reputation as a master organizer of the poor when he organized the “Back of the Yards” area in Chicago, an industrial and residential neighborhood on the Southwest Side of the city, so named because it is near the site of the former Union Stockyards; this area had been made famous in Upton Sinclair’s 1906 novel The Jungle. In 1940 Alinsky established the aforementioned Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), through which he and his staff helped “organize” communities not only in Chicago but throughout the United States. IAF remains an active entity to this day. Its national headquarters are located in Chicago, and it has affiliates in the District of Columbia, twenty-one separate states, and three foreign countries (Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom).
Posted on Thursday, July 16, 2009 12:31:51 AM by The Magical Mischief Tour
ning Friday, July 10, 2009.
Although Mr Obama has made foreign policy pronouncements for some parts of the world since assuming office in January, this year, he is yet to make one for Africa, and his visit to the country, which the White House describes as “one of our most trusted partners in sub-Saharan Africa”, is expected to be used as a platform to unveil his foreign policy for Africa.
“It is expected that President Obama will make a major foreign policy statement on Africa”, Ghana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alhaji Mohammed Mumuni, told the Daily Graphic.
For Ghana, Obama’s visit will be a celebration of another milestone in African history as it hosts the first-ever African-American President on this presidential visit to the continent of his birth.
Posted on Wednesday, July 15, 2009 11:18:11 PM by Psion
Obama Clan in Kenya
Hatred of the White Man
Charges of Cannibalism
Paul L. Williams, Ph.D.
Since assuming the office, President Barak Obama has become increasingly vocal about his African roots and Muslim heritage.
“I have the blood of Africa within me,” Mr. Obama told the Ghanaian Parliament on Saturday.
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“Jew me, sue me, everybody do me
Kick me, kike me, don’t you black or white me.”