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Post  seraphim on Wed 20 Jan 2010, 23:25

Flames, please listen to that anger, hear what it has to say. There is nothing wrong with you, you are not a psychopath, not a real one at least? Not saying that you said that but while I was studying the Shadow I thought there was something wrong with me! Because I never had anger or unusual or chaotic behavior. Well besides thinking weird. Laughing I'm kind of on the other spectrum, too much empathy.
It was fantastic to hear that we have a dark side that can actually help person taps into one's creativity. And the anger is there to tell you that!
I figured I was the way I am not just based on how I was raised or my environment, but I didn't get angry because I had an outlet, and that was role playing. Being playful has helped my Shadow not be angry.

There is a postive side to your anger, but for a lot of folks they just project it onto others or ignore it till it blows up, like you said get mad at others, and just building up karma, instead of doing something positive with it.

Channel the anger in a different way. Channel the psychopathic energy Wink so you don't turn into a real crazy! Laughing
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Post  tgII on Tue 26 Jan 2010, 15:13

That video, rainyday, had a brief showing of Saul Alinsky, not sure people
would understand Alinsky's place in all this.

The Marxist-communist revolutionaries and social agitators, anarchists really,
destroy society, they don't really produce anything at all, they are the great
destroyers, that's why Obama is now out of his class and completely
incapable of leading.

  • Saul Alinsky (January 30, 1909, Chicago, Illinois – June 12, 1972, Carmel, California) was an American community organizer and writer. He is generally considered to be the founder of modern community organizing and has been compared to Thomas Paine as "one of the great American leaders of the nonsocialist left."


How are they going to effectively get people jobs when they have systematically
destroyed what the west has built, i.e, railroads, trains, jet aircraft, satellites,
cars, bridges, advanced highway systems, computer technology, medical
advances?

These people have never led a company or created anything in their lives.
They are predatory saprophytes who have built their careers on fear, destruction,
hate, social turmoil, instigating problems where there were no problems to begin
with, and have crippled education so that people can't reason, discuss, think
logically or come to their own conclusions about anything.

Here's a perfect example of exactly what I'm talking about, Erroll Southers,
Obama's nominee to head the Transportation Safety Administration, listen to
this guy, he paints anyone who might even happen to be a peaceful legitimate
dissenter with concerns and grievances as 'anti-government.' That is a Marxist-
communist tactic.




What is Erroll Southers, as a nominee to a head of a federal office tasked with
the responsibility of ensuring safety on American's complex Transportation system,
talking about 'anti-government' and 'anti-abortionists' and 'anti-anything' with
his position as nominee? These Marxist-communist ideological doctrinaires aren't
capable of managing and running America, what skills and experience does this
guy have, is he an engineer, or a trained civil engineer with years of
experience?


See this chart Obama is detailing, it's from Saul Alinsky, what he's diagramming
is how to take down western capitalism, I mean, yes, it has its faults, no doubt,
but are people willing to throw out their refrigerators, television, cars, stereos,
cameras and computers, not likely anytime soon.



This is Salinsky's guide, Rules for Radicals:



  • Hillary, Obama and the Cult of Alinsky: "True revolutionaries do not flaunt their radicalism, Alinsky taught. They cut their hair, put on suits and infiltrate the system from within. Alinsky viewed revolution as a slow, patient process. The trick was to penetrate existing institutions such as churches, unions and political parties.... Many leftists view Hillary as a sell-out because she claims to hold moderate views on some issues. However, Hillary is simply following Alinsky’s counsel to do and say whatever it takes to gain power.

    "Barack Obama is also an Alinskyite.... Obama spent years teaching workshops on the Alinsky method. In 1985 he began a four-year stint as a community organizer in Chicago, working for an Alinskyite group called the Developing Communities Project.... Camouflage is key to Alinsky-style organizing. While trying to build coalitions of black churches in Chicago, Obama caught flak for not attending church himself. He became an instant churchgoer." (By Richard Poe, 11-27-07)
    http://www.crossroad.to/Quotes/communism/alinsky.htm


Did you happen to notice the part about camouflage? How's this for
camouflage?



  • Barack and Michelle LP Portrait of an American Marriage


You have to be kidding me. Suspect

And do you want to know the irony of all this, they are going to enrich
themselves as they destroy America.
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Re: Political News or Comments

Post  tgII on Wed 27 Jan 2010, 14:18

A little economics lesson anyone?

Well, they've done it, politicized money, inflated the dollar and over the
past forty years we have literally been rape.

How's that for raw power?



There is no such thing as America, it's history.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Wed 27 Jan 2010, 19:28

Auschwitz survivor sees Nazi acts in Israel

Press TV
Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

A Nazi death camp survivor slams Israel over its occupation of Palestine, drawing an analogy between the Israeli army’s indignations and the conduct of Nazi forces during World War II.

“The Israelis tried to dehumanize the Palestinians, just like the Nazis tried to dehumanize me,” said Dr Hajo Meyer, 86, who survived 10 months in Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp in Poland.

“Nobody should dehumanize any other and those who try to dehumanize another are not human,” he said at the beginning of his lecture in Scotland.

The octogenarian Holocaust survivor, who embarked on a 10-day tour of the UK and Ireland, called Israel “the world champion in pretending to be civilized and cultured.”

The comments by Meyer have provoked a fresh outcry of “anti-Semitism” by hardline Jewish lobby groups.

However, Meyer, the Dutch-based author of three books on Judaism, the Holocaust and Zionism, dismissed “anti-Semite” labels hurled against him.

“Formerly an anti-Semite was somebody who hated Jews because they were Jews and had a Jewish soul. But nowadays an anti-Semite is somebody who is hated by Jews,” he stated.

A spokesman for the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, of which Dr. Meyer is a member of, backed the remarks.

“Hajo knows that Israel has a long history of abusing the tragic history of the Holocaust in order to suppress legitimate criticism of its own crimes,” said the spokesman.
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Re: Political News or Comments

Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 29 Jan 2010, 00:18

Thought this was kinda hysterical Cool
First they told us America was too racist to vote for Obama, then when America did vote for him, they said that America was so racist they would assassinate him, that didn't happen either. Then they said that to oppose all of Obama's policies was racist. Now it is apparently racist to even notice he's f##king useless.

I know, I know no doubt its also racist to say so.



Did anyone else throw up a little when Obloviator had the audacity of despotism to politicize the Supreme Court by calling out the legal brain trust for a long overdue Constitutional correction, backed only by his arrogance, conceit and narcissism in his State of the Union address?

"With all due deference to separation of powers, last week the Supreme Court reversed a century of law that I believe will open the floodgates for special interests –- including foreign corporations –- to spend without limit in our elections. (Applause.) I don't think American elections should be bankrolled by America's most powerful interests, or worse, by foreign entities. (Applause.) They should be decided by the American people. And I'd urge Democrats and Republicans to pass a bill that helps to correct some of these problems."

This from the first president in history to flout election campaign laws and receive millions from foreign countries (including gaza)
“Obama’s overseas (foreign) contributors are making multiple small donations, ostensibly in their own names, over a period of a few days, some under maximum donation allowances, but others are aggregating in excess of the maximums when all added up.”
The contributions had come from over 50 specifically named countries and major cities.
“Thousands of Obama’s foreign donations ended in cents.” U.S. contributors very rarely contribute in anything other than whole dollar amounts, so the reason why contributions would end with anything other than “.00″ would almost always involve foreign currency translation.
Aside from the fact that what Obama alleges here is a big fat lie, it is galling that he is guilty of this very thing.

“POLITICO’s Kasie Hunt, who’s in the House chamber, reports that Justice Samuel Alito mouthed the words ‘not true’ when President Barack Obama criticized the Supreme Court’s campaign finance decision.” Drudge is calling Obama’s criticism “intimidation,” but apparently, they weren’t so intimidated. As I said before, Obama’s behavior wasn’t very Presidential, and it wasn’t very wise.

Brad Smith: “The president’s statement is false.”

MORE: “When you hear the president of the United States demagoguing the First Amendment, you sit there and you take it, son.”

No, actually, you don’t, and Alito didn’t. And that will step on Obama’s press tonight and tomorrow, turning his demagoguery into a negative for him. That’s why Presidents usually act Presidential. Not so much because it’s dignified. But because it’s smart. That’s something that Obama, with his limited experience on the national stage, hasn’t figured out yet.

And from Prof. Randy Barnett: In the history of the State of the Union has any President ever called out the Supreme Court by name, and egged on the Congress to jeer a Supreme Court decision, while the Justices were seated politely before him surrounded by hundreds [of] Congressmen? To call upon the Congress to countermand (somehow) by statute a constitutional decision, indeed a decision applying the First Amendment? What can this possibly accomplish besides alienating Justice Kennedy who wrote the opinion being attacked. Contrary to what we heard during the last administration, the Court may certainly be the object of presidential criticism without posing any threat to its independence. But this was a truly shocking lack of decorum and disrespect towards the Supreme Court for which an apology is in order. A new tone indeed.

It’s the usual Chicago approach to criticism, I’m afraid.
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Re: Political News or Comments

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 29 Jan 2010, 01:43

Someone needs to burn that place down when all those people are in it.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 29 Jan 2010, 17:46

Norman Finkelstein...


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Finkelstein

But it must be remembered that the Jew v.s. Jew scenario has long been used by Jews to gain power over one another and others, rather than elevate to an ethical pinnacle of being. So, even thought the argument may be sound, Jews just can't be trusted in any context.
Sorry, it sounds harsh, but I have known many a Jew who have convinced me on the issue.
In other words, my "anti-semitism, is a Jewish creation. And it serves them well...or so they assume.

The lies and injustices do not lie with the government of Israel, but the concept of Israel...and the concept of the Jew as being...holy.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocaust_denial
Holocaust denial is explicitly or implicitly illegal in 13 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland. The European Union's Framework decision on Racism and Xenophobia states that denying or grossly trivialising "crimes of genocide" should be made "punishable in all EU Member States".[145] Slovakia made denial of fascist crimes in general a crime in late 2001; in May 2005, the term "Holocaust" was explicitly adopted by the penal code and in 2009, it became illegal to deny any act regarded by an international criminal court as genocide, implying Holocaust denial was still a crime, but excluding the term itself. Spain decriminalized Holocaust denial in October 2007.[146] Italy rejected a draft Holocaust denial law proposing a prison sentence of up to four years in 2007, the Netherlands rejected a draft law proposing a maximum sentence of one year in 2006 and before this the United Kingdom twice rejected a Holocaust denial law. Denmark and Sweden also have rejected Holocaust denial legislation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laws_against_Holocaust_denial
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Post  highnoon on Sun 14 Feb 2010, 08:24

Prorogation is an insult to the democratic process and to the Canadian electorate




Editor:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper was wrong again: Canadians do care about the democratic process. Contrary to the expectations of the Conservatives, thousands of Canadians took to their local streets a few weeks ago to protest Stephen Harper's plan to avoid accountability and responsibility -the prorogation of Parliament.

Harper and his supporters claim that prorogation is a legitimate tactic, one used by other governments as well. This childish excuse however -"they did it first" -misses the point and further shows Harper's lack of connection with Canadians. With his action, Harper has killed 36 bills, wasting the efforts of months of work spent on them, all this from a Prime Minister who complains that Parliament is not working because of the opposition.

Prorogation has rarely ever been so cynically and frequently used - twice in one year. Does anyone really believe that the government needed to prorogue parliament to "recalibrate" their options, rather than escape accountability to Parliament? Is this the government "accountability" Harper vowed to restore only four years ago?

Ultimately, however, Harper's most recent misuse of prorogation is but a symptom, not the root cause, of a more serious ailment. And Canadians have made their diagnosis. They know that in showing this contempt for Parliament and the democratic process, Harper is showing contempt for the population, the electorate. Such contempt has been revealed through the dismissal of public servants (one example was Linda Keen, nuclear safety official), the muzzling of Conservative MPs and ministers to avoid open contact with the media and populace, the issuing to Conservative MPs the secret handbook on how to disrupt and hinder Parliamentary committees, the launching of personal attack ads between campaigns, the smearing of opposition MPs as anti-semitic, the attack on the personal character and integrity of critics (the Canadian diplomat Richard Colvin), the personal use of the military in an attempt to advance the image of the Conservatives, the further appointments in his recent stacking of the senate, and the boycotting of the military parliamentary committees of inquiry (Afghan detainees). The list goes on.

Harper prorogued Parliament simply because he could. Not because it was good for the country, but because he thought it would bring the Conservatives partisan benefit, regardless of the cost to Canada.

Thousands have marched to tell him he was wrong. They demon-stated to demand that he respect both the democratic process and the needs of Canadians.

http://www.thedailyobserver.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2448870
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 18 Feb 2010, 20:33

What about that assasination on the hamas persona in dubai , using faked british passports , the uk news is alleging that israel secret service were the hitsquad



a "british" israeli ............hmmmm
....faking british passports is not acceptable ........
And what about the hit, that is acceptable ?
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 22 Feb 2010, 13:03

Here is my letter that I sent to all my American connections back home...

This is not meant to spook anyone, but is a high probability forecast of the economic future trend. I was fortunate to get a heads up twelve years ago of what is happening right now in the present. And one of my strategies was to leave the U.S. So my own plans were even more extreme that what I am discussing here.

If I were still living in the U.S., then the following is what I would be considering. And now that I have learned that what is happening in the U.S. is going to occur in the EU and globally, I am making further precautionary plans and moves. No one, no matter where they are, is going to be immune.

The U.S. and the world are now experiencing the initial stages of "depression and deflation economics" into the next 30 years beginning in the year 2010. Things are going to be different now and for the next generation. The remnants of an upper-middle class lifestyle are still present with people still going out to eat and vacationing, buying etc. But let's observe and see if this begins to change...and how these changes transpire in regard to the reactions by the masses.

This economic problem is, in reality, ten times worse than the banking and debt problems you hear on the news. It just hasn't come to a head yet.
So because I don't live in the U.S. any longer you can keep me updated to the news and your observations as to whether any of these things are occurring or getting worse.

The biggest problem in the next decade will be rising and rampant unemployment and failing businesses. As has already been the case for a few years. But this is going to get much worse and beyond anything anyone in our generation has ever experienced. It really is going to be..."that bad". So jobs and businesses that are not part of the "basics and essentials" to living will just fall by the wayside. "Luxury-based" and most "dream jobs" that thrive in a prosperous economy will be the first to go and the last to resurface should more prosperous times recur. The next ten years is going to be rough for people to wrap their minds around these changes. It may be a bit traumatic for some. The best thing you can do is attempt to have some type of job that is somewhat secure in these times...and that will be the challenge.

Because of the economic problems, one has to be prepared for the natural response and survival needs of others, which will be the potential for rising crime rates. Theft and robbery. It is this type of thing that you should take notice of should it increase to your neighborhood or with people you know. Videos on you tube are beginning to show Las Vegas as a ghost town as multi-million dollar hotel/casinos have stopped mid-construction and contraction of employment has begun. If I were still in the U.S. I would probably get more first hand knowledge of what is happening, but look for it and be prepared.

If I were back in the U.S., I would now have extra locks on my home and take extra personal and property security measures. I would even now have a locking lug nut on each of my car's tires, as in the next few years it may just be common to go outside and find your car sitting up on blocks. But this will be a progressive thing. Hard to believe it could happen, so just keep an eye out for it and make the necessary adjustments should validating information begin to express itself to you over time.

I also recommend some basic personal protection. Pepper spray for everyday carry. And it will have a holster that easily clips on and off on the belt/pantwaist. Because if in a purse, a woman won't get to it in time when needed. Should crime begin to increase and things get more risky then everyday carry of a firearm. Start urban guerilla training now. For women, use the ATM less and not at night, carry the purse less (leave hidden in car or home), and carry cash in pocket or wallet more often hidden from public view, shop less where you finish and walk to your car at night...try to finish in the day, and just stay conscious and aware of your surroundings at all times.

With the rising and unyielding unemployment it is going to be more difficult to pay normal expenses consistently. And this is why it is vital to stay out of debt or pay off as much debt as possible. As long periods of no income can result in failure to pay property taxes or mortgage and loss of a home. I do believe mass foreclosure in homes is already, and has been, happening and now the commercial real estate market is feeling it. Look to see more and more shopping centers and office complexes completely abandoned. Real estate will be a dead investment for the next ten, and maybe more, years. The only real estate of value will be the home you live in as a place to stay, not as an appreciating investment. Which calls for a change of mindset that so many had when they took out second mortgages based on the thought that they could do so because their houses had appreciate, or are going to appreciate, considerably. That is over...finished...and maybe in twenty years that environment will return.

In an extreme banking crisis, which the U.S. nearly had, before the banker bailouts (which are highly illegal and not fiscally sound), banks can actually close down for "holiday" and you don't have access to your money. Sometimes for weeks. Or the economy crashes and you can't get your money until you go through the headache of dealing with FDIC. This takes time. So it is now a good idea to keep at least six months, even up to a year, of cash to cover all your expenses stored at home in a vault.
I would be doing this now, and now that I learned the depression is now beginning and spreading into the European Union, I now have one year of expenses, in cash, stored securely at home for emergencies. I also keep some gold coins which I bought in 1998, which is now very expensive, in storage for emergencies. Gold is predicted to drop severely in price. Should it drop below $500-$400-$300 dollars/ounce again then I would buy a little bit more and just keep it in storage as a non-interest bearing emergency savings vehicle. This is in case currencies crash. Which the time for them to do so has never been more ripe.
These precautions may be extreme sounding, but what is more extreme is when the problem does occur and you haven't done anything in preparation. Because then it is definitely too late to do anything about it.

For the next twenty years in a depression economy look for a new trend and inevitability...
People will be consuming, spending and paying less for many decades or more. This means less jobs, less working businesses.
Falling prices of goods. Prices will plummet and stay down for years.
Soon, with cash, you can buy items very cheap during a depression.
That is if you have the money and/or income to do so.
This is where the rich get richer by buying defaulted and repossessed assets of the middle class for pennies on the dollar. Real estate may drop up to 80% of its current value. People with cash and that ability to hold onto it for twenty years will make a killing. You don't think people with means are not poised to buy up all those foreclosures? They are just waiting for the best time to relieve the banks of their encumbrances.

In a depression economy, the investments that we have been used to being good and profitable now become things to consider staying far away from.

The following perform very poorly in a depression economy...

Stock Market and Market Linked Investments
(these are still high right now, but not for long.)
(stocks, mutual funds, money markets, IRA, Keogh, private retirement plans, private pension funds)
(Government retirement and pension funds will actually be better off and more secure than private vehicles.)

Real Estate & Houses
(80% drop in value nationwide, may even be better to rent, as rents will do down and one will not be paying a mortgage on a severely depreciating asset. Again, home ownership will be less of a problem with no debt on it and it is not looked upon as an appreciating asset, but a place to live.)

Commodities
(gold, metals, oils, etc.)
(The prices on these are going to tumble greatly. Look for oil to go back down to $30 a barrel in the next year or two. Gold is unpredictable whether it goes up or down as it depends of the dollar collapses or not. And the dollar has never been more susceptible to collapse than it is right now. But most think gold is going to go back down...way down...and I would get a little if it does.)

It is just a back-to-basics survival mentality that will be needed.
Coping with the changes and potential withdrawal of a lifestyle that may have brought us comfort in security. It would always be my hope that things don't get this bad, but preparations are more important than hope. Because if one hopes and is wrong...then maybe that hope was denial...and where does that leave one on the ocean of circumstance and fate?

So it may take a little time before one sees the diminishing wealth of the middle class begin to seriously manifest, but when it does...it isn't initially going to be pleasant.

In a depression economy these investment vehicles tend to do well...

Put money into insured CDs, passbook savings accounts, 90-day U.S. T-Bills

Keep six months to one year's expenses in cash and currencies on hand with some gold in reserve stored at home...not in bank of safe deposit box.

This is a more sophisticated and complicated investment consideration, but does quite well in a depression economy...

U.S. Government Bonds
For the last 50 years govt. bonds have been losers, but not in a depression economy.
Long-term treasury notes backed by the government will usually pay around a 3.5% interest yield so are good to place some savings for a long-term hold. 10-20-30 year bonds.
The government will soon lower long-term interest rates through Quantum Easing because short-term rates are already so low. Long-term interest rates are next. They do this by buying long-term Treasury Bonds.
Central banks will begin to buy up government securities.

(If the gold price goes down in the near future, then Treasuries will go up, if the trend of gold goes up in price, then the Treasuries go down) This general relationship will tend to guide one as to what they want to buy more of during a depression economy.

Be prepared. Consider moving away from cities and high population centers. Get self-sufficient with expectancy of no electricity or the usual easy-to-come-by resources. Have a water supply, grow food, hunt, raise livestock, preserve foods naturally, learn to sew, hoard needed supplies and commodities. Lots of guns and ammo. Women, get ready for the return of the world's oldest profession as many of them will need this commodity and skill to bring in income. Things are going to go medieval and primitive.
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Post  seraphim on Tue 23 Feb 2010, 03:11

So right on quicksilvercrescendo. It's a shame that families and communities have been made no more, that's how people can make it, with everyone helping out in these hard times. Wouldn't it be a miracle if people just decided to form their own government, if they can do it as they did by forming America, they can do it again. But then they will just be infiltrated by "God knows who".

Oh and how wonderful, after the end of the race wars, they are going to start the sex wars.

Or with the new aeon of the Phoenix? They will create special females, that have heightened sexuality to make as the new breeds.
So that will become the new and powerful female that will rule instead of the male patriarchy. Of course it will have to be a #$@@ up matriarchy not at all like real ones used to be.
Then they would have to tweak the females now because they don't care to rule or it's not in their genes to do that so they would have to create this new female. Forget the manly females, the new ones will look sexy but be manly!
Funny how a problem is created for us and then a solution we think is good for us is put in place.
Didn't David Icke say, problem, reaction, solution.......

News alert! "You humans are too violent, wars all the time, we will need peace from now on and will form a female matriarchy. Instead of being put in prison, all those that don't comply will be turned into androgynous beings that all look alike and do the same thing, so there will be no more race or sex wars (that we deviantly started haha) among you worthless humans!"
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