Saturday, April 21, 2007

Films to see

On Monday May 7th 2007...there will be an historic night of GI resistance on national television as the Sundance Channel presents the U.S. broadcast premiere of both
Sir! No Sir! and The Ground Truth:

Sir! No Sir!
Monday, May 7
The Sundance Channel
9 pm Eastern
8 pm Central
7 pm Mountain
6 pm Pacific

The Ground Truth
Monday, May 7
The Sundance Channel
10:30 pm Eastern
9:30 pm Central
8:30 pm Mountain
7:30 pm Pacific

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Friday, April 20, 2007

Depleted Uranium: Poisoning Our Planet

Everyone should watch this video, read the article then research for themselves, more.

I am so sick of idiots saying we should be able to use weapons of our choice, the stuff is so safe that 'they' can suck on a DU bullet like a lolly pop. It is making allot of people sick, and the lies and ignorance on the matter is making me sick. But, I post instead of puke.

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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Misleaders and pompous frauds one and all!

The Apostles of Deception by Charles Sullivan
"It appears to me that the majority of the American people are followers who willingly bow down to that which they perceive as authority. The people want to be lead. They have a deep seated desire to be directed, to be told not only what to do, but how to live. Millions of them are waiting for a messiah to appear who will lead them to the Promised Land—a messiah that requires nothing from them before the judgment day. They only have to profess their faith and to follow—to do as they are told by the religious hierarchy, and wait.

Of course, followers require leaders, and that makes them vulnerable to charlatans and frauds. The trouble with leaders and followers is that leaders often mislead and followers obediently trail them to the very gates of hell. During the course of the journey, superstition and ignorance gradually replace rationality and knowledge. Truth gets lost in the shuffle or is cast into the flames of desire. Thus we find ourselves standing at the brink of an old and familiar abyss, the onslaught of a new age of darkness and fear. Lies supplant truth, darkness replaces light. War is peace; freedom is slavery; ignorance is strength. The lessons of history remain unlearned and endlessly repeat themselves in rhythmic cycles of human comedy and tragedy."
to read more and I highly recommend it

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Monday, April 16, 2007

Deal with reality or it will deal with you

I like that sentence for some reason, it speaks and says something in more than three words. Yet still could be a mantra, of sorts.
Preparing for the Collapse: The ELP Plan- Economize, localize, produce. Simple enough, it was done many years before, with success.

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Frames in Pink

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Saturday, April 14, 2007

Better Than Bigger

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Friday, April 13, 2007

Where be the bee?

The bees are not returning from foraging Plight of the Bumblebee
A very interesting and disturbing comprehensive analysis of CCD by bee researchers from Florida and Pennsylvania failed to pinpoint the cause, but did note that several live bees taken from nearly collapsed hives were massively infected with a number of viruses and fungi.

Colony Collapse Disorder

Spring has sprung, and despite the frantic efforts of scientists to uncover the secret to the disappearing bees, no one has raised their hand to give us a definitive cause, let alone a tentative solution. The CBS report above begins, and ends, with a ridiculous statement - but the report is semi-significant in that it’s one of the few references to Colony Collapse Disorder I’ve seen from the U.S. mainstream media.

The article is very informative with follow-up and historical links about troubled questions like where are the bees?

More . . . @ ScienceBlogs

Who cares?

Bee very worried

Shock and Awe

Save the Tasmanian Devil from a contagious cancer.

Who Killed the Electric Car? New Documentary Looks at the Mysterious Disappearance of the EV-1 DemocracyNow

on now

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Sunday, April 08, 2007

It took South Park

to get me closer to Bill Donohue, no defense, lampooned and rounded up at Crooks and Liars.

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Sunday, April 01, 2007

Friend and Foe Post # 213

Fifth Wreath
Music of reds and crimsons, battle on.
Continue calling out until the seven
thousand men and boys slaughtered like cattle on
this green hill, in crass insult to blue heaven,
breed children’s children’s children, to change all
to change revenge: until revenge is even
against revenge. Sing on, until revenge’ll
take vengeance on itself, take eye for eye
no more: until each flower becomes an angel –
no longer seeding, breeding here to die
in dignified remembrance, apt memorial,
bleeding into these Balkan hills and sky –
and do not seal your silent lips until
red stands for more than their avenging will.

Richard Burns

How is it that such lessons are forgotten, hidden away in time. Twelve years it took to wake a nation from the forgotten, hidden with time, to ask why. To reason with the reasons of kings provide with only chase of the chaos, wars within a war was born. Both without reason without the lies.

Four years now, a nation is awake and cold sober, yet silent for some, the task of cleaning the imperial from our union is upon us again. A fellow named Felix, offender to laws written in those twelve years, but a fellow named Gonzales with imperial forgiveness of tens of thousands of deaths. Justice for a friend is not the justice of all, it becomes present in our minds how can we recover our union of these states without independence of justice. Even a tool in gang wars, 13, as if a code, 113, another gang with imperial orders, the truth washes clean LBJ.

of one of thirteen

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