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"The Lightbringers: The Emissaries of Jahbulon"
Honey Helps Problem Wounds
* We've known that honey is antibacterial. Modern medical science is finding out in a big way.
Order of the Knights of Malta
Steps toward Global Mind Control
under the banner of Mental Health and Education?
"It seems that the surviving residents (many of them
immigrants) of the crash have been having mysterious
ailments ever since. The residents accuse the government of
secretiveness, the government accuses El Al. Theories range from the
depleted uranium apparently used for wing ballast in the plane (I had
never heard of this!) "
"No Depleted Uranium in Hijacked Jets Crashed in New
York and Washington
Other than with its 747 jets, Boeing never used
depleted uranium counterweights in its 767 and 757
jets - the types involved in the attacks on the World
Trade Center and the Pentagon, according to Boeing
speaker Heinrich Grossbongardt. (SPIEGEL ONLINE, Sep
14, 2001) "
True ?
It was carrying a secret cargo that included the main
chemical ingredients for the nerve gas sarin as well
as depleted uranium (DU). Dutch journalists allege it
was carrying weapons-grade plutonium as well.
As many as 2,000 local residents and firemen have
reported health complaints that they attribute to the
crash. Many report loss of hair in the weeks after the
crash, a sign of radiation disease.
Homeland Security Contracts Abused
Ancient book of psalms found in Irish bog

* I wish I could say that this war in the middle east is none of our business, but in light of the fact that there would be no Israel if it weren't for continued US support, both in money and arms, the US does share some responsibility. It is a travesty that the American subject is forced to support regimes around the world, in spite of the fact that we have less than no money.
Lots of free stuff
Get ready for simliar laws in other states....
LA County Gun Task Force Serving Search Warrants Officers from the Los Angeles County Gun Task Force in CA have begun serving search warrants on residents in that county who are suspected of holding un-registered "Assault Rifles" including 50 BMG target rifles
Gun Stops Stabbing A knife-wielding grocery store employee attacked eight co-workers Friday, seriously injuring five before a witness pulled a gun and stopped him, police said.
Note what the police said at the end of the article.....
Even an insane person knows not to take a knife to a gun fight.. just used knife on the defenseless sheepeople.
Gun Dealer Tries Suing Bloomberg A Georgia gun dealer that Mayor Bloomberg sued as part of his effort to get firearms off the city's streets hit the mayor with a lawsuit of his own yesterday, saying Mr. Bloomberg slandered his business and broke federal law.
MI: .50 Caliber Used in Self Defense A weekend shooting that left a Battle Creek man dead appears to be a case of self-defense, police have confirmed.
Note this is coming to other states.
Confiscations in California by Jennifer Freeman
In 1989, California was the first state in the nation to enact a ban on a specific list of semi-automatic rifles dubbed "Assault Weapons." In 1999, the ban was expanded to include a wider array of semi-automatic rifles. Rifles that possess certain cosmetic features such as a folding stock, pistol grip, or heat suppressor were deemed "Assault Weapons." In order to gain public support for these bans, the California legislature and other anti-gun groups and individuals created a image that the rifles to be banned were more dangerous than ordinary rifles and that the only reason for the existence of such rifles was to commit violent acts on human beings. To this day, many Californians, including those in the media, are under the false impression that an "Assault Weapon" is a fully automatic machine gun. This was a deliberate, yet successful, act of deception orchestrated against the people of California. "Assault Weapons" are not in the same class as fully automatic machine guns which are subject to a separate set of laws altogether. Rather, an "Assault Weapon" is a semi-automatic rifle that fires one round of ammunition for every pull of the trigger but also contains certain cosmetic features which have no bearing on the practical functionality of the firearm. These types of firearms have been commercially available since 1896.
In 2000, the State of California banned the sale of AK and AR-15 rifles, regardless of whether or not they possessed the features required to fall under the "Assault Weapons" ban. People who owned so-called "Assault Weapons" prior to the ban were allowed to keep their firearms as ex-post facto laws prevent such things as retroactive gun banning. The State of California, however, required that anyone who had such a rifle prior to the ban undergo a special registration with the California Department of Justice. This presented a moral dilemma for many California gun owners for the following reasons:
The registration requirement is a blatant violation of the Second Amendment and is therefore null and void;
Compliance with the new law could lead to additional gun bans and abuses of gun rights;
Registration means that the Department of Justice keeps a list of certain gun owners and the semi-automatic rifles that have been otherwise banned;
Firearm registration leads to confiscation.
On July 16, 2006, the Fifty Caliber Institute reported that the Los Angeles County Gun Task Force in CA has begun serving search warrants on residents in that county who are suspected of holding un-registered "Assault Rifles" including 50 BMG target rifles. The task force has confiscated and issued felony charges on at least one individual who was deemed to be out of compliance. If convicted on a felony, that individual will never be allowed to legally own any firearms for the rest of his life.
It is unclear how the Los Angeles County Gun Task Force obtained information that would constitute cause for a search warrant. If the gun owner did not register with the State, how did the County know what firearms were in his possession?
Gun owners across the country should pay close attention to this issue. The County of Los Angeles is taking an offensive position against firearm owners while simultaneously ignoring other laws such as illegal immigration and the myriad of crimes associated with it. The people of California must appeal to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and the national media. It is obvious that there will be no assistance whatsoever by working within the system of Los Angeles County. Without a public outcry and national awareness, there is no telling how many cities will adopt a similar policy.
Orlando Bans Feeding Homeless Downtown,0,2168929.story?coll=sns-ap-nationworld-headlines
Stuart said the city was moving to "criminalize goodhearted people."
Of course, the State wants subservience and control.


Death Tolls:
Iraq war
Auschwitz death registars -
Iatrogenic deaths -

Surfing the Web with nothing but brainwaves

W.Va. Mill Town Suffers Slow Death

*Please read - Here is a strong story of the death of an American town and industry.


The Rare Steinsaltz Talmud for sale

Japanese Gadget Records, Replicates Odor - This would be a powerful tool in the hands of PSYOPS.

Go to
Type in the word failure
Click on "I'm Feeling Lucky".

for anyone who's interested....

Scholars for 9/11 Truth petition to Congress

Two 'mass media' revolutions converge

President John F. Kennedy's speech against secret societies has been floating around on the internet for some time, but people keep sending it to me so here we go again.
Here are the links
text and audio
Here are the words spoken by JFK on April 27, 1961,
"The very word "secrecy" is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it. Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions. Even today, there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment. That I do not intend to permit to the extent that it is in my control. And no official of my Administration, whether his rank is high or low, civilian or military, should interpret my words here tonight as an excuse to censor the news, to stifle dissent, to cover up our mistakes or to withhold from the press and the public the facts they deserve to know."

Boy, does this one smell!
Let's see now........they are joining the military for fight in wars that THEY KNOW are for Israel???
I don't think so !!!!!!

A Vermont District Court judge has rejected a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the power of police to search a private home, concluding that the state offers greater protections in such cases.
Judge Robert Bent said that under the state Constitution police must knock and announce themselves before conducting a search, even if they have a warrant, or face the prospect that any evidence they find could be thrown out.
The Supreme Court said June 15 that evidence obtained without first knocking could be used at trial, but Bent said that would not apply in Vermont.
Bravo Vermont

Five years ago, President Bush looked into Vladimir Putin's eyes and thought he got "a sense of his soul."
But Putin turned out to be less a soul mate than a traditional autocratic Russian leader.
Golitsyn's predictions are starting to materialize

The head of an inquiry investigating how Palestinian militants captured an Israeli soldier said Monday that despite warnings of a planned attack, Israeli forces reacted slowly to the raid and failed to note the soldier was missing for nearly 90 minutes.

Undercover officers with the New Mexico Department of Public Safety that were out Saturday night trying to bust drunks leaving bars arrested three men for videotaping them.

Now, the 21-year-old could get the death penalty if convicted in the horrific crime that has strained the U.S. military's already troubled relations with the Iraqi people and sent shock waves around the world

Bullet-proof vests for dogs

While condemning in public the sectarian death squads that gunned down 40 people on Sunday in a Sunni part of Baghdad, some Iraqi Shi'ite leaders say in private retaliation for Sunni insurgent bomb attacks is understandable

Palestinian prime minister Ismail Haniya slammed the assault, accusing Israel and its US ally of trying to topple his Hamas government -- boycotted and starved of funds by the West since its election in January.

Brydon's dramatic escape was celebrated in Victorian print, verse and art. Lady Elizabeth Butler painted a tableau of the injured surgeon staggering towards salvation. The retreat from Kabul was the single worst disaster to befall the British Empire up to that point, but the adept Victorian propaganda machine managed to extract a tale of heroism from the calamity.
According to oral tradition in Afghanistan, however, Brydon was not a heroic survivor but a hostage to history: the tribesmen deliberately let him escape so that he might return to his own people and tell of the ferocity and bravery of the Afghan tribes.

A bookstore in eastern Baghdad is getting more customers these days, but they aren't looking for something to read. The owner sells fake IDs, a booming business as Iraqis try to hide their identities in hopes of staying alive.

The Bush administration on Monday asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the National Security Agency's domestic eavesdropping program, arguing that defending the four-year-old wiretapping program in open court would risk national security.
In arguments before U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor in Detroit, the American Civil Liberties Union on Monday renewed its call for a court order that would force the government to suspend its program of intercepting without a court order the international phone calls and e-mails of U.S. citizens.

The government proposes that all Britain's 50m adults will eventually carry the cards, which will include biometric data such as digitally encoded fingerprints or iris scans that could be checked against a huge database. The cards are to be introduced voluntarily from 2008 but, if re-elected, Labour proposes to make them compulsory for everyone over 16.

Eminent domain deadline comes, but family stays put.

The professor behind the research believes that, when safe, the advance could help men with certain types of infertility to become fertile, to remain fertile for longer and, controversially, could even one day enable a lesbian couple to have children that, at the genetic level, are truly their own.

The Congress is delegated the authority to repel invasion by calling forth the militia (which is all of the people), not the Executive. The real goal is hidden from the public. I say this because the border patrol has been begging for assistance for years and the Federal government has ignored them to the point of chaos, and only THEN offered a solution that is unconstitutional and introduces the military into the illegal alien question. It wouldn't be a far stretch to send them throughout the States in order to "help" with the problem.

lots of pictures

A wise person once told me that "if you want to see something grow, subsidize it". Subsidizing the illegal population will only make the problem grow and the only way to slow down or stop illegal immigration is to stop supporting it financially. Same with all welfare handouts. Same with everything else.


Gun laws to be discussed
A one-day House session will be held in September

HEART SURGEON Jimmy Frank Howell owns a piece of land that hasn't produced crops in years. The federal government has paid him $490,709 in rice subsidies since 1996. Michael T. Sullivan's family, corn farmers, sold most of their crop last year above a government-set minimum price. He got $292,054 in federal agricultural payments anyway.

Remember Susette Kelo? The New London, Conn., nurse lost a landmark legal fight to save her pink cottage from being seized by city officials, who wanted to hand it over to developers. Just over a year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against her. It held 5-4 that local governments could condemn private property, not just for a public purpose such as a road or school, but also to give to developers if a locality's economic future is at issue.

A CRAZED Gulf War veteran became a silent assassin to execute four relatives.
David Bradley, 40, used a handgun with a silencer to avoid alerting his next victim.

Iraq moved further towards all out sectarian civil war yesterday after Shia gunmen attacked a Sunni district in Baghdad, killing at least 42 people. Many were dragged from their cars at two fake police checkpoints and shot dead.

For the first time since 1967, Israel is preventing the entry of Palestinians with foreign citizenship, most of them Americans.
Most of those refused entry are arriving from abroad, but have lived and worked for years in the West Bank.

This link contains the official site to comrade mayor Thomas Menino's gun buyback program in the city of Boston.

Brutality and corruption are rampant in Iraq's police force, with abuses including the rape of female prisoners, the release of terrorism suspects in exchange for bribes, assassinations of police officers and participation in insurgent bombings, according to confidential Iraqi government documents detailing more than 400 police corruption investigations.
July 17, 2006 issue - The arrest of former U.S. Army Pfc. Steven D. Green?for the alleged rape of an Iraqi woman and the murder of her and three relatives near the town of Mahmudiyah brought apologies from U.S. officials. But that didn't stem a growing debate over Coalition Provisional Authority Order 17, which exempts members of the U.S. military from Iraqi laws.
Once upon a time when America was in its infancy there were redcoats who would act on orders of the English king and parliament.
Such orders more often than not would violate the rights of the American colonists yet the redcoats would be immune from prosecution by local magistrates... Deja-vu

At any rate, our government and our Establishment remain as cowardly as they were in the 1970s. Look at the great military "triumphs" in recent years ? invading Panama and Grenada, bombing Libya and Serbia, fighting two wars with Iraq. Any general who wanted a triumphal procession in Rome after victories that petty would have been limited to a single cart pulled by a donkey.

At least 40 people, apparently all Sunnis, were killed yesterday by Shia militants in a rampage in a Baghdad suburb - one of the capital's most deadly sectarian pogroms - that revived fears of civil war.

Iraq's insurgents and militias continue to rain terror from Baghdad to Basra, but nowhere in this war-scarred nation of 26 million people does the steady drumbeat of war ring louder than in Ramadi, a city of 400,000 on the Euphrates River and capital of the Sunni Arab western province of Anbar.
Firefights between insurgents and U.S. troops break out virtually daily. Until Wednesday, insurgents had unchallenged control over Ar Ramadi Hospital, which they transformed into a launch pad for attacks. They have entrenched themselves in abandoned buildings surrounding the city's government center, relentlessly attacking Marines based there with sniper fire and rocket-propelled grenades.

The number of medical students accepting Army and Navy scholarships has fallen sharply over the past two years, service medical leaders said.

Wisconsin's supreme court ruled citizens have no "need" to carry consealed in vehicles.

Rep. Stockman Helping GOA Start Gun Clubs On Campus
-- Do you know someone who can help win the hearts and minds of the next generation?

Ronnie Barrett, President of Barrett Firearms and an outspoken supporter of individual firearms rights, wrote Ambassador Bolton during the U.N.'s Small Arms Control Convention. Barrett urged Bolton to preserve US sovereignty and prevent the UN from restricting a citizen's gun ownership rights.

Georgians will be free to use deadly force to defend themselves in public areas, under a new state law that takes effect Saturday.

Commas and the Second Amendment

And our new Secretary of the Treasury surprise!
Who better to guard the henhouse?

questions - How can you serve in the U.S. military and not be a citizens of the U.S.A.?
What does you oath to uphold the and defend the Constitution for united States of America really worth if you are not a citizen of this country when you join the U.S. military?
How about filling the ranks of the U.S. military with illegal aliens, service for citizenship does this sound familiar?
There are so many misconceptions about slavery that it takes much research to begin to discover the truth. The story of slavery must be recognized in the context of the time and the context of the cultures around the world that advocated the institution. (Gary Walker's "The Truth About Slavery" is a very good primer). We must learn from the past, stop trying to control others, and move toward the future together, or be dragged down by the past under the threat or persecution for what others have done long ago. In my opinion, if reperations are to be made, they should focus more on the natives of this land who were practically exterminated in a program of actual genocide and thievery of many nations, the destruction of their cultures for the stealing of their land.,0,1763175.story?coll=sns-ap-nationworld-headlines

Though the vast majority would trade their freedom for security, the powers that be cannot lawfully take from the rest of us what is UNALIENABLE! We can only relinquish our liberties willingly.


Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.

John Adams, Letter to John Taylor [April 15, 1814]

The Top 10 Power Brokers of the Religious Right

Camp-Out at the Halper Farm to Stop Eminent Domain

Pentagon Reduced to Recruiting Neo-Nazis - The author is in error when he says that the Nazi influenced soldiers are opposite of the democracy they are fighting for.

More on the SPP

Drones reshaping Iraq's battlefields

Watada charged for refusal - The only legal argument that Lt. Watada has for refusing to participate in the Iraq war is to cite the constitution and argue that congress did not declare war, hence the war is illegal

The plot to defeat our liberty - For any form of tyranny to succeed, there have to be people who roll up their sleeves and get the job done. Repression doesn't just happen. It has to be organized, arranged, justified and marketed to a willing populace. In other words, it takes a team.

Golani commander: IDF soldier likely killed in Gaza by friendly fire - An initial inquiry into the death of a soldier in the northern Gaza Strip last week supports the view that he was accidentally shot by soldiers from his own regiment.

Israel tanks moving back into northern Gaza - Palestinian witnesses said Israeli tanks moved into an abandoned Israeli settlement in northern Gaza early Sunday, a day after pulling back.

Utah's top DUI cop cited for DUI - The commander of the Utah Highway Patrol's drunken driving unit has been cited for driving under the influence of alcohol after crashing his cruiser into a concrete barrier, authorities said.

Death toll mounting in Afghanistan - A soldier in the U.S.-led coalition and 10 suspected Taliban militants died in the latest clashes to roil southern and eastern Afghanistan, while security was tightened in Kabul after a series of bombings, officials said Thursday.


U.S. and Russia to Enter Civilian Nuclear Pact - This sounds just like the "civilian" truck plants we designed and built for Russia, which turned out millions of pieces of Communist armament used to kill 100,000's of Americans as well as millions of other people. - Doyel


Thomas Jefferson Speaks -- Through Your iPod

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FBI disrupts New York transportation plot

For Women, Laughter Is a Just Reward

Theodore Roosevelt Is No One to Emulate

A false safety

Fighting Surges and Deaths Rise as Israel Drives Deeper in Gaza

The government's current war with the free press *The government has discovered what governments have discovered before, that an undercurrent of hostility toward the news media runs through the country and that there could be political advantage in campaigning against the press in general.

Oil prices fall after briefly hitting record high *Oil prices eased for the second day in a row on Friday after briefly hitting record territory above $75 a barrel on geopolitical tensions and rising gasoline demand.

Pinched small businesses resort to higher prices *Cornered by higher energy costs and other expenses, more small businesses are planning price increases, threatening to fuel inflation as the Federal Reserve considers its next interest rate move.

Appetite for organic food proves insatiable *America's appetite for organic food is so strong that supply just can't keep up with demand. Organic means food is grown without bug killer, fertilizer, hormones, antibiotics or biotechnology and many other stipulations.

Sorry the news links aren't all formatted as normal, but I don't have the time. - Doyel

Flashback: The Mysterious Death Of An Enron Exec - Ken Lay dies unexpectedly...heart attack, so authorities say. This other guy was a "suicide". I'm sure a lot of former Enron employees are watching over their shoulder.

Happy Secession Day - Good article about real history as unknown by most Americans.

Iowa USDA Lab Workers: Threatened For Raising Safety Issues *The prions are practically indestructible. I'm no biologist, but dumping the waste in the river doesn't seem to me to be very smart. Putting animal waste in animal feed doesn't either and never has to me. - The federal government will pay a Texas law school $1 million to do research aimed at rolling back the amount of sensitive data available to the press and public through freedom-of-information requests.,,1810786,00.html - Millions of people will be forced to pay a 'congestion charge' for sending email under plans being developed by American telephone companies to create a 'two-tier' internet.
A local Marine who service in Iraq earned several medals for serving his country, but he's giving back one of the medals to the White House as a form of protest.
American Dream, American Nightmare.
July 4, I would argue, is a patriotic holiday in just that sense-a true celebration of so much that makes the United States of America unique. It?s the party thrown by a nation of immigrants to mark the creation of something new on the face of the earth, a society devoted not to the past but to the future-the incredibly elegant vision of ?certain inalienable rights? to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
A must read!
The detention of Hamas parliamentarians in the early hours of Thursday morning had been planned several weeks ago and received approval from Mazuz on Wednesday. "
Seven Questions: Covering Iraq

Oil prices will soar to well over $100 a barrel and stay high as part of a sustained commodities bull run that has another 15 years to run, U.S. celebrity investor Jim Rogers told Reuters in an interview.

The highest recommended dose of Extra Strength Tylenol sharply increased liver enzymes in healthy adults in a clinical study an early sign of possible organ damage.

Israel authorises deeper Gaza invasion

The IDF has raised the level of alert along the northern border with Syria out of fear that President Bashar Assad would launch a strike against Israel in response to a recent IAF buzz of his palace.

Israeli tanks and armored personnel carriers entered one of Israel's former settlements in northern Gaza Wednesday night and opened fire on a nearby Palestinian town, Palestinian officials and witnesses said.

Cramped housing conditions and air pollution in Athens have given rise to a "super breed" of mosquito that is larger, faster and more adept at locating human prey, a Greek daily has reported.

In three years here the Marine Corps and the Army have tried nearly everything to bring this provincial capital of 400,000 under control. Nothing has worked.

The war in Afghanistan that was supposedly won has resumed -- with a vengeance. Fighting is reportedly intensifying and spreading across southern Afghanistan as resistance to foreign occupation grows.

International communist solidarity
New York's highest court ruled Thursday that gay marriage is not allowed under state law, rejecting arguments by same-sex couples who said the law violates their constitutional rights.
The Court of Appeals, in a 4-2 decision, said New York's marriage law is constitutional and clearly limits marriage to between a man and a woman.

The state Supreme Court reinstated Georgia's constitutional ban on gay marriage Thursday, just hours after New York's highest court upheld that state's gay-marriage ban.

U.S. non-citizens and dual nationals are required by law to register with the Selective Service System.* Most are also liable for induction into the U.S. Armed Forces if there is a draft.
In case you wanted to know just WHY Bush is opening up that southern border.
Many Americans are so unsophisticated that they refuse to believe anything bad about their country. They regard acceptance of unpalatable truths as disloyalty. This failure of American character is why Bush has been able to get away with transgressions that scream out for his impeachment and trial as a war criminal.
Israel warned the governing Palestinian faction Hamas that the "sky will fall on them" if they harm a captured soldier after a deadline passed on Tuesday for the Jewish state to accept a prisoner exchange.
It abhors the recent Hamas-Fatah accord, which implicitly recognises Israel, because it threatens to produce a Palestinian partner ready to negotiate the creation of a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders. Israel has no intention of ever returning to those borders. It is no accident that its assault followed immediately on the Palestinian accord.
The insurer said the break-in occurred March 31 and that it alerted police to the loss of a laptop computer and a file server with insurance applicants' personal records. But the company acknowledged that it has not yet alerted consumers about their possible vulnerability to identity thieves. AIG said it plans to mail out advisories to the affected consumers by the end of this week.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has ordered the release of intelligence reports prepared for the state Office of Homeland Security, a move administration officials say will quell complaints that California engaged in widespread monitoring of political protests.
The shortfall of Army special operations, Navy SEALs and Air Force combat controllers persists as the Pentagon seeks to expand the forces by 15% over the next four years to bolster the anti-terrorism campaign.
The 28-day limit for police to hold terror suspects without charge may well need to be extended, an influential committee of MPs says.
Now, stop and recall for a moment how many people that have been grabbed and jailed by the dictators have turned out to be innocent.
Farewell to Habeas Corpus and to a fair and speedy trial in Socialist Britain,0,1931941.story?coll=bal-oped-headlines
The Bush administration admitted that it was conducting warrantless surveillance of the financial transactions of Americans and others only after newspapers exposed the program. According to some Republicans, the solution is to imprison journalists who blow the whistle on government wrongdoing.,,2-2253546,00.html
The hormone drugs have been banned in Europe for 20 years but they are still used in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Mexico and Chile. From this list of countries Britain imports beef from only Australia (4,700 tonnes a year), but it is believed the hormones are used illegally in other countries. The Government has not tested imports for the drugs for the past 18 months.
Two more British soldiers have died in Afghanistan, as Western officials in the country have admitted that the country is to produce its largest ever poppy harvest.
The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism By Emmanuel Goldstein
A Maplewood police officer was charged with several felonies for allegedly falsely imprisoning a man and threatening to beat him, only to let him go when the man called 911 on his cell phone from the back of a squad car.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has ordered the military to intensify its actions in Gaza to secure the release of a captured Israeli soldier.
Coming just hours after an Israeli airstrike blasted offices of the Palestinian prime minister, Olmert's threat signaled the government was losing patience with diplomatic efforts to end the crisis and preparing for a possible escalation of its military offensive.
The second invisible change that has occurred in Britain is best expressed by Simon Davies, a fellow at the London School of Economics, who did pioneering work on the ID card scheme and then suffered a wounding onslaught from the Government when it did not agree with his findings. The worrying thing, he suggests, is that the instinctive sense of personal liberty has been lost in the British people. "We have reached that stage now where we have gone almost as far as it is possible to go in establishing the infrastructures of control and surveillance within an open and free environment," he says. "That architecture only has to work and the citizens only have to become compliant for the Government to have control.,,29449-2252652,00.html
The title of the article is accurate, but the misuse of the term "democracy" in defining the American system of government becomes misleading,20867,19651023-1702,00.html

AT least 1009 Iraqis, including civilians, soldiers and policemen, were killed in rebel attacks in June, government officials said today. In May the total number of people killed was 1055, according to statistics from the ministries of interior, defence and health.


This about says it all.

THE GOAL IS FREEDOM : Kelo One Year Later *Naturally, politicians and planners were thrilled with the Kelo ruling. But it upset lots of people who have no connection to political power; they now live in fear that they could lose their homes whenever local officials decide someone else might put the properties to better (meaning better tax-producing) use. The public outcry scared enough politicians that 21 states enacted limits on the taking of property for economic development. Similar legislation is pending in several others. Being good politicians, however, they left themselves an out by making an exception for "blighted" areas. The term is usually so vaguely defined that in the end it will likely be little or no protection at all.

Is Bush Signing Away the Constitution? *But when President George W. Bush signed the measure into law, he added a "signing statement." The statement said the president can order Justice Department officials to withhold any information from Congress if he decides it could impair national security or executive branch operations.

AXIOM, the Second American Civil War.

Civilian Debate Team selected to debate government account of 9/11? - A good reminder

Preteen Mag Pushing Army Recruitment?

Web Sites Push Condi Rice for President in 2008


This is the full text of the August 2002 Violence Policy Center study,
Sitting Ducks: The Threat to the Chemical and Refinery Industry From 50 Caliber Sniper Rifles

Total list to the anti -gun organization so called "good" fact articles and reports

Their goal is to get rid of the 2nd amendment by 1,000 small slices of "reason" gun laws till there is no more gun ownership in America.

Global warming: Crisis for Earth - The only global warning needed could say "more bullshit to come".

more Tavistock mind control ?

This has been around before, but is a good one.

"These are the times that try men's souls."

The National Archives Experience

Declaring Independence:Drafting the Documents

Colonial Hall: Biographies of America?s Founding Fathers - This site includes more than just the signers, with wives stories and portraits.

I am your flag
- Good site except the use of democracy.


Lawmaker Wants UW Lecturer Fired Over 9/11 Views?

Farm Program Pays $1.3 Billion to People Who Don't Farm

Pay close attention to this card

Shortly before Lennon's death at the hands of what
beyond the faintest glimmer of a shadow a doubt was a
mind-controlled, "Manchurian Candidate" type assassin
deployed by Tavistock/CIA/MI6, Mark Chapman to
terminate a "loose cannon", Lennon had the audacity to
massively and blatantly "out" the aforementioned
consortium in a Playboy interview -- in which he made
note of LSD's completely unforeseen liberating impact
upon human society and civilization--pretty much
thumbing his nose at the whole bunch and their whole
trip; AND indicating as well that he was aware of the
extent to which he and other pop musicians had been
set up--to be used as dupes in massive social
manipulation schemes.
Lennon was not always a darling. Not to his bandmates,
nor to his friends, nor to his wives and sons, nor to
his handlers: "This is the man, remember, who, in
front of a packed dressing room, shouted 'QUEER JEW'
in response to Brian Epstein fussing, 'Now what shall
I call this autobiography of mine?'"
Hallett says Hitler spent February to November 1912
being brainwashed and trained at the British Military
Psych-Ops War School at Tavistock in Devon and in
Ireland. "War machines need war and [that means they
need] funded, trained and supported double agents to
be their patsies, their puppets and their puppet
enemies," Hallett writes (38).

very intersting -

Occult feminism

Harrison Stabbing & Masonic Symbolism


Last interview with John Lennon

War On Terror Is Elite Mind Control

Biological Black Magic * An old one going around again, worth reading

Beltaine 2007

U.N. wants global ban on guns

Day two at the gun ban conference

Gun-carrying man foils tenderloin robbery

Government set to discuss provision of electricity to Gaza

Guest host on Glenn Beck show highlights anti-gun ASHA

Druids vow to defend sword ban to the hilt - They've got more motivation then most Americans

Sept. 11 claim stirs UW probe
*Notice that the only person refered to in the article that is in agreement with Barret is a Muslim, "detracting" from any legitimacy. "He's a Muslim so of course he agrees".

Bob Patefield wipes out his own PTSD