How Much Does The Internet Weigh?
Appearing on the Alex Jones Show on Wednesday, former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura talked with Alex about the possibility of Ron Paul leaving the Republican Party and joining the Libertarian Party as their presidential candidate and if he would run with the Texas congressman.
On Sunday, Paul told CNN’s “State of the Union” program that he has not ruled out a third party run if he is not nominated by the Republicans to run against Obama in 2012. He was the Libertarian Party’s presidential nominee in 1988 and ran for the GOP nomination in 2008.
Jim Lesczynski, media relations director for the Manhattan Libertarian Party, told ABC News on Sunday that his party would welcome Ron Paul as its candidate. “Absolutely, that would be fabulous,” he said, but stressed that Paul would have to make the move by the first week of May when the party selects a candidate.
Fox has been “alienating the American people by propagating the left-right false-dichotomy,” an electronic voiceover in the Anonymous video says, “promoting fear by exaggerating the threat of terrorist attacks, supporting the corporate astro-turfed Tea party and trying to pass it off as a grass roots movement, using derogatory language to describe the popular, real grass-roots Occupy movement, and covering up corporate corruption by forcing your employees to lie on the air.”
“By participating in an orchestrated attempt to misinform the general public you have chosen your side,” the statement continues. “You claim to be fair and balanced, yet you have gone to court to protect your right to lie to the people. You have sacrificed your journalistic integrity to the dollar; unfortunately for you the dollar can not stop an idea whose time has come.”
When contacted by Yahoo! News, Fox News said that “keeping security is top of mind, so this day is no different.”
Most American Presidents belong to the Illuminati. Obama, Bush, Clinton, Reagan, Carter, Johnson etc. All GOP Presidential candidates must belong to this club. Herman Cain is a Master Mason in Prince Hall Masonry. So is Obama. Bush and Kerry were both Skull and Bones.
THE ASTUTE BLOGGERS: MARXIST COLUMBIA PROF’ – AND OBAMA BOOSTER – DIES JUST BEFORE HIS OPUS ON MALCOLM X IS PUBLISHED…
For two decades, the Columbia University professor Manning Marable focused on the task he considered his life’s work: redefining the legacy of Malcolm X. Last fall he completed “Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention,” a 594-page biography described by the few scholars who have seen it as full of new and startling information and insights. Link
Every day that passes adds to the fraudulent image of what is called Western democracy.
Western Democracy: A Farce And A Sham
Consider that the entire Western world is outraged that the Greek prime minister announced that he is going to permit the Greek people to decide their own fate instead of having it decided for them by a handful of banksters, politicians, and bureaucrats living it up at taxpayer expense at “talks” in the French resort of Cannes on the Mediterranean.
JUST before midnight on April 11, 1945, a heavily armed navy patrol boat launched four folding kayaks near an island called Muschu off the north coast of New Guinea.
The “fold boats” contained eight members of the mostly Australian top-secret “Z” Special Unit whose 24-hour mission, codenamed Operation Copper, was to chart the extent of Japanese defences and capture a prisoner for interrogation.
Sapper Edgar “Mick” Dennis, from Maroubra, was the only survivor of the ill-fated operation. Yesterday, Mr Dennis, 92, was reunited with two crew members of the boat known as Harbour Defence Motor Launch (HDML) 1321.
“They were hunting me. Every time they got close I would knock the first few over and go bush,” Mr Dennis said. He mounted a one-man guerrilla campaign, killing dozens of Japanese troops before he decided to paddle back to the mainland on a gangway plank he had stolen.
The plank became waterlogged and after 10 hours of swimming alongside it, menaced by the unmistakable shape of sharks beneath him, he washed ashore on the New Guinea coast and resumed his one-man war.
“I am still a bit windy of the salt water,” he said.
Mr Reynolds described Mick Dennis as a “soldier superb”.
“If he was not the soldier he was, he could not have survived,” he said.
When Mr Dennis emerged from his ordeal he still had three full magazines of ammunition and had fired just 80 rounds. “Everything I aimed at I hit and I killed about 20 and wounded a lot more.”
(Excerpt) Read more at dailytelegraph.com.au …