Must “kill all Mooslimbs”. Killing all Mooslimbs will increase our national IQ, lower our cholesterol, and cure cancer.
“I am in the opinion of my servant”
January 31, 2008
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January 30, 2008
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This is the man that is going to continue the Bush legacy in America. What a wonderful piece of news. This win in Florida by McCain should definitely inspire confidence in the world markets.
The same old failed foreign and domestic policies that the entire world has rejected, and shown to be full of holes, will continue.
There was no WMD’s in Iraq, Iran does not have nuclear weapons (but will still be invaded of course), 911 was an inside job, the budget deficit is growing exponentially, and the Amero is coming soon.
Plan A – fight the Mooslimbs and end all problems.
When that fails, there is Plan B, which is best summarized as “dooh!”
Oh happy days!
What’s next? Giuliani for Vice President? This is the perfect
Republikan Republican nomination ticket – an old guy (71 years old) with cancer and a little younger guy (63 years old) also with cancer (prostate).
How appropriate that one has it in the face and the other in the ass.
How come the oldest guy in the race, Ron Paul (73 years old) looks the healthiest and most honest? Perhaps because “the truth shall set you free”?
We know the truth, not only by the reason, but also by the heart.
All hail to the outgoing Caesar (fingers crossed)…
“You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”
January 30, 2008
Saw this movie the other day. Wow! I find hope in the fact that movies can still be made where the storytelling and the acting are enough to make a blockbuster. Maybe the Hollywood movie producers will realize that not every Hollywood movie needs a budget in the $100′s of millions and a special effects team. This movie was old school movie making. I loved it.
Don’t want to spoil the fun for those you are not seen it, but it is already amongst the Top 30 Movies of all time, as rated by viewers, according to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).
And by the way, how do I get one of these haircuts, Anton help me out here?
I have looked in vain for the original Anton Chigurh, from Tommy Lee Jones’ book, but have not been able to find it. Does anyone have a photo of the inspiration behind this haircut?
Watch a clip of Javier Bardem and others discussing the movie and the haircut
January 28, 2008
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Wide open borders, toll roads and highways everywhere you turn, a cashless microchip based economy, and a common currency called the Amero. This scenario is not a movie script, its the future of Canada, the United States and Mexico. The Amero Logo is already available, thanks to the Fraser Institute. Here is a sneak peek to what these New World Order advocates have in mind.
Judi McLeod, summarizes this beautifully;
In the US, experts are now predicting that the collapse of the dollar is imminent.
“People in the U.S. are going to be hit hard,” says Bob Chapman publisher of The International Forecaster newsletter. “In the severe recession we are entering now, Bush will argue that we have to form a North American Union to compete with the Euro.”
“Creating the amero,” Chapman explained, “will be presented to the American public as the administration’s solution for dollar recovery. In the process of creating the amero, the Bush administration just abandons the dollar.”
Welcome to the nightmare of the North American Union (NAU).
The framework agreements are already in place under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), and the only thing missing is the right event to get the masses to accept the idea. The SPP has been very busy duping the public under the guise of “Security and Prosperity”. As Benjamin Franklin said, “They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security.”
Watch this video and see how the RCMP send their undercover Police officers to pose as protesters in an attempt to provoke the onslaught of the Riot Police, at recent Montebello Summit in Quebec, Canada in 2006.
Yes Agent Provocateurs are being used in plain site in Canada in 2006. Its the tried and true “The Problem Reaction Solution Paradigm” – the classic Hegelian Dialectic for effecting massive social change. The French trader that lost billions and the stock market plummeting are just the precursors. There is more to come.
As Alex Jones said once, “The answer to 1984 is 1776.”
His reference has weight and relevance in the American context, but in the wider global content the quote should be “The answer to 1984 is 1215.” With 1215 being the signing of the Magna Carta, a far more ground breaking document that was a framework for the American Constitution written more than 500 years later. It should not come as a surprise that David Rubinstein, a lawyer and founder of equity firm the Carlyle Group, just bought a copy of the Magna Carta for $21 million dollars. He is a key player in the Bilderberg Group. Its a slap in the face of freedom.
Which will it be, Liberty or Freedom? How many will give up their Liberty for Freedom? Make your choice.
As Edmund Burke said, “The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion.”
How much longer will you be deluded?
January 27, 2008
Osama, pronounced as Fernando Aguirre is fighting the good fight against the drug dealers in Colombia.
Fernando Aguirre, locally known as Osama Bin Laden, patrols a slum in Bogota . Aguirre, who claims to be the son of al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, patrols the most dangerous slums of Bogota and lives from the contributions received from those seeking his protection. Aguirre informs police on petty crimes being committed and is allowed by authorities to brandish his fake rifle.
January 26, 2008
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They want us to believe that one man with a keyboard and trading desk can trade over $50 billion dollars worth of trades and nobody noticed? I don’t think so.
What this trader has shown is how corrupt and fragile the entire world financial system is. This disaster is not about one French trader who “acted alone“. Without the system to allow his trades he would never have been able to do anything. This financial scandal might have happened in France, but the real cause and underlying problem here is the entire interest based credit based world financial system.
Everyone should see this video on How Money Works – how money is made and used against us. The current financial crisis is about liquidity and credit. There is no more money left and the gold standard died decades ago. What is holding up the entire system is “credibility” and “confidence” in a few countries – England, USA, and Japan.
This house of cards is about to collapse and this might be the catalyst.
January 25, 2008
Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery;
None but ourselves can free our minds.
Have no fear for atomic energy,
‘Cause none of them can stop the time.
How long shall they kill our prophets,
While we stand aside and look? Ooh!
Some say it’s just a part of it:
We’ve got to fulfil de book.
There is no humanitarian crisis here?!
10,000 Palestinians are just realized it was Christmas and felt like shopping, by breaking down 10ft steel barriers and entering a foreign country.
Nothing to see here, just move along. Nothing to see here, just move along, move along…
Even Israeli’s are slowly waking up to the crisis;
Amira Hass Writes in Israel’s HA’ARETZ
The security establishment was quick to boast of the success of its tactic of escalation against Gaza… Those who champion escalation ignore the fact that hermetic closure of all crossings into Gaza reminds the world what it loves to forget: Israel is the occupier. The aggressor.
January 24, 2008
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In March 2004, just as the insurgent movement strengthened, several members of one National Guard unit arrived in Iraq, with cameras. THE WAR TAPES is the result – a uniquely collaborative film from a team that includes Director Deborah Scranton, Producer Robert May (THE FOG OF WAR) and Producer/Editor Steve James (HOOP DREAMS).
Straight from the front lines in Iraq, THE WAR TAPES is the first war movie filmed by soldiers themselves. It is Operation Iraqi Freedom as filmed by Sergeant Steve Pink, Sergeant Zack Bazzi and Specialist Mike Moriarty and other soldiers.
Zack is a Lebanese-American university student who loves politics, traveling, and being a soldier. Steve is a carpenter with a sharp sense of humor and aspirations to write, which he does with insight and candor. Mike is a resolute patriot and father of two, who rejoined the army after 9/11. All of them leave women at home—a mother, a girlfriend, and a wife.
While they battled unconventional forces, they recorded events that conventional journalists have been unable to capture. They mounted tripods on gun turrets, inside dashboards and used POV mounts on their Kevlar helmets and vests. They filmed all of the footage in Iraq, which amounted to over 800 hours of tape.
Zack, Steve, and Mike’s unit, Charlie Company, 3rd of the 172nd Infantry (MOUNTAIN) Regiment, was based at LSA Anaconda in the deadly Sunni Triangle, under constant threat of ambush and deadly IED attacks. They traveled, as a unit, 1.4 million miles during their tour, and lived through over twelve hundred combat operations and two hundred and fifty direct enemy engagements. That’s almost one a day.
The soldiers were not picked by casting agents or movie producers. They selected themselves. One hundred and eighty soldiers in Charlie Company were given the opportunity. Ten chose to take it on, and ultimately 21 soldiers filmed for the project, volunteering to share their eyes with America, not knowing where this experiment would take them.
“There was something incredibly profound about the soldiers being the ones to press the record button in Iraq that allows us into their world in a never before seen way,” said director Deborah Scranton Producer Robert May adds, “These soldiers were doubly courageous—as soldiers at war, and as human beings willing to share that experience in an honest, powerful and personal way.”
The filmmaking team shot an additional 200 hours of tape documenting the unfolding lives of the soldiers’ families at home, both during deployment and after the soldiers returned home. The families and girlfriends and mothers had also signed on, ensuring that THE WAR TAPES—like any true story about war—is not just about life inside the war, but the life left at home, and the always difficult and sometimes beautiful way the relationships develop and change.
Finally, the prodigious task of distilling over 1,000 hours of tape into the finished 97-minute film took an entire year. “We had to figure out how to preserve the complexity and rawness of their experience in the course of telling their story—a story we truly believe has not been told before,” said producer and editor Steve James.
Although five soldiers filmed their entire year’s deployment with one-chip Sony miniDV video cameras, in the end, the film follows the lives of three. “We wanted to tell a compelling, cohesive story—to focus on just a few soldiers so that, most importantly, audiences will truly get to know the soldiers seen in the film,” said producer Robert May. “After watching this film, we want people who don’t know soldiers in their personal lives to feel as if they know Zack, Mike, and Steve. And to accomplish that, we all had to cut scenes and soldiers that we loved.”
In the end, THE WAR TAPES is a complex, heartbreaking, and completely unique opportunity for millions to witness first-person experiences of war—a modern-day Odyssey—and the experience of homecoming.
January 23, 2008
When I Came Home is a documentary film about homeless veterans in America: from those who served in Vietnam to those returning from the current war in Iraq. The film looks at the challenges faced by returning combat veterans and the battle many must fight to receive their benefits from the Veterans Administration.
Through the story of Herold Noel, a homeless Iraq war veteran suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and living out of his car in Brooklyn, the film reveals a failing system and the veteran’s struggle to survive after returning from the war. When I Came Home follows Herold’s battle with homelessness and PTSD as he tries to get help from the VA, city agencies, and various veterans organizations.
With temperatures dropping in New York, Herold meets fellow vet Paul Rieckhoff, founder of the country’s largest Iraq veteran advocacy organization. What follows is a media blitz that transforms the young, homeless veteran into the leader of a new movement.
January 22, 2008
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Evil has spread across the land. Martial Law: 9/11 Rise of the Police State exposes the high-tech control grid that is being set up across AmericaOut of the ashes of the September 11th tragedy, a dark empire of war and tyranny has risen. The Constitution has been shredded and America is now a Police State. This film exposes not just who was behind the 9-11 attacks, but the roots and history of its orchestrators.
From the frontlines of the Police State to the darkest sanctum of the secret society that controls it, Martial Law reveals the master plan of a group hell-bent on capturing America today — and tomorrow the world.
THE NEW WORLD ORDER HAS SET IN MOTION THE FOURTH REICH
Martial Law is a blazing spotlight piercing the electronic Berlin Wall that is the corporate-controlled media. Plumb the depths of the Elite’s minds: their ideology, their driving philosophy – and uncover the power-mad “cult of Death” that is sworn to turn the Earth into a prison planet. Discover the documented truth yourself — before it’s too late.
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