Without a fig leaf, with only figmints on my breath, I say this you read, just wonder
FEMA hires subsidiary of funeral services company implicated in scandals in Texas and Florida to collect bodies of Katrina victims
Times reporter defends herself in CIA probe case
As the noose tightens at the White House, the State Department memo may be the key piece of Plame evidence.
True to Bush soldiers get rewarded, who is it that leads the national movement into this free fall from truth, my suspense was alleviated when I found a promise, a prophecy, a doctrine on everyoneâ€™s lips to explain away the obvious lies. The movement of the "The Family", not your family or my family, this family is a group a real existence for political change, for theocracy not a democracy and their march to power is only realized once â€˜theyâ€™ are here, now. The movement has moved you from the real view of the truth.
Abraham Vereide founder, family prays for influence to 'rule the world' the secret society that destroys culture, sacrifices thousands, thinks Genghis Khan was a man with vision, pits Jesus against Muslims ..... I say Bush et al oozes of 'family'. Careful reading required, caution for those 'pre-washed' as believers this is seriously bordering a true anti-Christ movement.
http://www.harpers.org/JesusPlusNothing.html?pg=1With the possibilities of being entirely wrong, and all these evangelistic prophets are correct and god wishes them to lead us to the grand ending, with bloodshed for his enemies, as if he has enemies then that will be, what ever will be will just be.
fundamental introduction to 'family'
GNN: In that vein, reading your article I got the impression they are praising guys like Adolph Hitler and Ghengis Khan - a lot. Is that a fair assessment of your intention?
SHARLET: In fact, Harpers made me cut back on that stuff. [They said] 'We know it's true, but this is already so much to absorb.' That's why I included that line at the end of the story. The leader of the group is having dinner with the younger members of that group and is talking about the bond, the covenant. And he says, "Can anyone
think of someone who had a covenant?" And the answer, of course, and everyone
knows it, is "Hitler."
Berger (2000:388) has argued that the twentieth century has been "thoroughly
marked, perhaps even defined by, apocalyptic impulses, fears representations and
events." He outlines four principle areas of post war apocalyptic representation: "The first is nuclear war, the second is the Holocaust, the third is the apocalypses of liberation (feminist, African American, postcolonial) and the fourth is what is loosely called â€˜postmodernityâ€™." (390).
To these could be added a fifth significant area: the ecological crisis (Buell
For Berger and for other theorists of the apocalypse, these events are not merely catastrophic they are in some way revelatory. In nuclear narratives "accident and telos are intertwined" (390). For many writers and artists the holocaust "has come to occupy a central place in late twentieth century European and American moral consciousnessâ€¦â€¦[it] is portrayed as the revelatory, traumatic, apocalyptic fulcrum of the twentieth century" (391); and much postmodern fiction is driven by "some revelatory catastrophe whose traumatic force reshapes all that preceded it and all that follows" (392).
apocalyptic to be exact
Areas of interest and mind sparks abound, listed below are some idea bursting sites anyone on either side of the chevron of hospitality of wondering should wander.
Now with my current task at hand is reading up on these who have to have an enemy, or think that god has an enemy. It is a terrible way to be to me, to only exist to hate someone, some people or some thing, must be miserable. But that is the nature of most religious teachings and writings and beliefs, there must be a devil. ~wonder 2002; in hindsight this day October 5, 2005.
My time is numbered, with days that are laid my task births a new, finding focus to only finish while enduring fragmenting health, for you to know the truth.