Saturday, July 25, 2009

War On Everything 2010

wtf is going on these days!!!!

Wake up and smell the coffee, we are in 2009.

Watch the Monarch Series. It's about Microwaves and EMF tech as weapons:

Monarch Part I in many... parts.

Monarch Part II

Monarch Part III

This one may be a better part I to watch, I don't know: Monarch Part I

Yes... some material repeats itself, multiple times... but each part has original material.

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Microwave weapon will rain pain from the sky
Updated 17:09 23 July 2009 by David Hambling
Magazine issue 2718. Subscribe and get 4 free issues.

Pain from above (Image: Rex Features)

THE Pentagon's enthusiasm for non-lethal crowd-control weapons appears to have stepped up a gear with its decision to develop a microwave pain-infliction system that can be fired from an aircraft.

The device is an extension of its controversial Active Denial System, which uses microwaves to heat the surface of the skin, creating a painful sensation without burning that strongly motivates the target to flee. The ADS was unveiled in 2001, but it has not been deployed owing to legal issues and safety fears.

Nevertheless, the Pentagon's Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) in Quantico, Virginia, has now called for it to be upgraded. The US air force, whose radar technology the ADS is based on, is increasing its annual funding of the system from $2 million to $10 million.

The transmitting antenna on the current system is 2 metres across, produces a single beam of similar width and is steered mechanically, making it cumbersome. At the heart of the new weapon will be a compact airborne antenna, which will be steered electronically and be capable of generating multiple beams, each of which can be aimed while on the move.

The new antenna will be steered electronically and is capable of generating multiple heat beams
The ADS has been dogged by controversy. J├╝rgen Altmann, a physicist at Dortmund University in Germany, showed that the microwave beams can cause serious burns at levels not far above those required to repel people. This was verified when a US airman was hospitalised with second-degree burns during testing in April 2007.

The airborne version will not make it any less contentious. "Independent of the mode of production, with this size of antenna the beam will show variations of intensity with distance - not just a simple decrease - up to about 500 metres," says Altmann. Shooting it on the move with any accuracy will be difficult, he adds.

Friday, July 10, 2009

P2P Sharing Is Legal in Canada

The US is making laws in Canada now. Apparently the Minister of Industry here in Canada is only good for dodging questions and taking ass slaps from US Lobbyists.

The bill, dubbed the ‘Canadian DMCA’ has not been popular with many of those it will effect. Over 40,000 have joined a facebook group, run by Michael Geist opposing it. Geist, a law professor at University of Ottawa, has been fighting to oppose these laws for some time now. On the tabling of the bill, he writes “The government plans for second reading at the next sitting of the house, effectively removing the ability to send it to committee after first reading (and therefore be more open to change)”

The bill is controversial in many ways. Whilst supporters of the bill will point to the allowances for time shifting, format shifting, and the ability to ‘private copy’ (moving a song from CD to an mp3 player for instance). It will, however, prevent that activity, though criminalization, if there is any sort of technological restriction on it. Anti-copy flags on TV shows, DRM on music, or rootkits on CDs would mean that any attempt to make a fair use, would be subject to prosecution and heavy fines.

Perhaps even more important, uploaders, and to an extent, downloaders too (certainly those on torrents), will now be liable. While in the past, the RMCP has stated it won’t pursue uploaders, with new laws come changes in policy for those that enforce the laws. Bill C-61 contains a statutory damage amount of $500.
Quebec -
Sharing copyrighted works on
peer-to-peer networks is legal in Canada
, a federal judge ruled on Wednesday, handing the record industry a sharp setback in its international fight against file swappers.

Canadian record labels had asked the court for authorization to identify 29 alleged file swappers in that country, in preparation for suing them for copyright infringement, much as the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has sued more than 1500 people in America.

But the judge denied that request. In a far-ranging decision, the court further found that both downloading music and putting it in a shared folder available to other people online appeared to be legal in Canada.

In that recent case, the Supreme Court ruled that libraries were not "authorizing" copyright infringement simply by putting photocopy machines near books. The libraries were justified in assuming that their customers were using the copiers in a legal manner, the high court ruled.

Finckenstein said the same rationale should apply to peer-to-peer users.

"The mere fact of placing a copy on a shared directory in a computer where that copy can be accessed via a P2P service does not amount to distribution," Finckenstein wrote. "Before it constitutes distribution, there must be a positive act by the owner of the shared directory, such as sending out the copies or advertising that they are available for copying."

Order Out Of Chaos

Under spiritual law, and perhaps surprisingly, crisis and conflict can be the source of the quest for harmony, for right human relations and the growth of the universal spirit of goodwill among people. 1 \ 2

Thursday, July 9, 2009


Hi all,

I just finished browsing through Stalking the Wind Pendulum, which I believe Lauren recommended to me. Interesting book, which goes into details in terms of science on various natural phenomena. However, the best part turned out to be at the end, talking about Kundalini Awakening. The book hit it right on, in terms of symptoms of Kundalini awakening, symptoms that I am feeling. We all have to understand that Kundalini awakening is also a natural phenomena where too much spirituality, meditation, etc. all the good stuff we do, has a penalty which is dealing with Kundalini awakening in a non-proper way. The symptoms are pain in various areas, can go up the neck, migraines, vision issue, alteration of reality, etc. The solution it seems is continuous cleansing of Aura, baths, etc. to keep the body intune with higher vibrations. The benefits of Kundalini awakening is higher intuition, clairvoyance, etc. I would think in western world, kundalini awakening is same as Ascension. The book mentions people actually even going into hospitals, because they couldn't handle the affect of it. My aura healing/yoga/meditation instructor that actually knows 20 different kinds of healing techniques ended up in hospital for schizophrenia because western doctors don't actually know how to cure this and most of the time their solution for such a thing is sedation. He is doing well now. So I think the right solution is to always keep yourself in check, in terms of how much you can handle. If you are feeling oakward, perhaps take a break, stop doing intense work, spend more time with nature, and consult with people that are going through these experiences. It's a very new world for us, in terms of western sciences, so whatever we learn here, perhaps helps others going through their spiritual awakenings later down the road. The book mentions that this oakwardness could be felt for years. I had my kundalini awakening back in 2000 and it's been an interesting ride. But eventually, the body, nervous system, heart, mind, etc. gets inlined with these higher vibrations. From that point, the soul of the person has reached an elevation and the affect is permanent in future incarnations. Enjoy it! Just know every decision we make in life has a consequence. If we are making the choice of moving from 3D to higher, we have some work to do internally too.

Peace and love,

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Save SCanada

The time has come to wake up fellow Canadians to the sate of our sovereignty and the encroaching police state in this country.

Join us on Canada Day, July 1st 2009 in downtown Ottawa for a mass distribution of the most important documentary in Canadian history.

Canada is on the brink of extinction. The Nation’s Deathbed is at hand. Will you allow the global elite to pull the plug? Or, will you be a part of the revival, the likes of which this nation has never seen.

The Nation’s Deathbed is a documentary about the SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership), the protest that occurred in Montebello Quebec in August of 2007 and how it all ties into the agenda for a North American Union.

This film reveals the true story of the horrific events that transpired in Montebello and it is a must see for anyone who truly wants to be informed about the issues that we face as a nation.

If you cannot attend in Ottawa, hold events in your town to help spread the word. Burn copies of the film and hand them out to everyone. Let's make history! Stop the SPP! Stop the NAU!

Please burn and bring as many copies of the Nation`s Deathbed as you can.

One person can make a difference... Many can affect change.

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Can't meet at 1 pm ? Follow updates on Twitter and meet up with us later !

alex jones

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Here is a list of a few Radio Host I use to listen to before I found Alex Jones. Good Topics, good speakers, and they don't "Blow up" or "Go off" like Alex dose time to time (Even though I kind of like it when Alex dose his impressions and his antics). These guys Also don't believe in the left right paradigm, all the government nonsense brain washing and CIA cover up's.

1. Mark Levin
2. Michale Levine
There's a few others I can't think of right now, but here's a start.

Monday, July 6, 2009


Georgia freemasons at loggerheads over admission of black man to lodge

There is much about Freemasonry that remains shrouded in mystery to the outside world. But a group of members in the US state of Georgia appear to have clarified one thing - the supreme being in which all Masons are required to believe is not likely to be black.

Freemasonry lodges in Georgia are at loggerheads over the admission of a "non-white" member to an organisation that was founded on the principles of the Enlightenment but which is apparently still struggling to catch up with the latter part of the 20th century.

Now the issue is headed for a Masonic trial and the state courts after some lodges in Georgia sought to revoke the charter of one in Atlanta for admitting Victor Marshall, a 26-year-old African-American army reservist, last autumn.

The Atlanta lodge has fought back in the state courts by seeking to block the move on the grounds that is based on "racial animosity and hatred".

The row blew up after Marshall attended a celebration in Savannah in February to mark the 275th anniversary of a lodge in the city. Although there are other Masons of colour in Georgia, including Asians and Hispanics, some members were disturbed to encounter a black man and laid a complaint that he did not belong.

No blacks in the secret group... Shocked

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I'm still working on this site, so it's far from complete, especially the section about Gnostism. This is a new way to look at our origons. It doesn't involve Christain fundamentalism, close minded atheism or silly stories about aliens breeding with ape or Neanderthals.

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I saw this posted on a bulletin board at my work...pretty interesting stuff. Supposedly, by the year 2050, death will no longer be a human experience:

actual pdf:

Prince Of Pot Being Extradited

MARC EMERY will be in Edmonton this THURSDAY
Beaver Hills House Park, 3pm-6pm. Show up before 4:20
for a last chance to burn one & chat with the Prince of Pot
before he is Extradited to the USA!

This much I know

AC Grayling, philosopher, 60, London

Philosopher AC Grayling

Philosopher AC Grayling photographed in London, June 2009. Photograph: Karen Robinson

A human lifespan is less than a thousand months long. You need to make some time to think how to live it.

The democracy of blogging and tweeting is absolutely terrific in one way. It is also the most effective producer of rubbish and insult and falsehood we have yet invented.

I am putting together a secular bible. My Genesis is when the apple falls on Newton's head.

I spent the first 13 years of my life in Zambia. In Africa you can't walk in the countryside and think. You might be eaten by a lion. You have to read instead.

My mother was a straight-up-and-down racist of a very marked kind. She used to laugh at the shopping lists the cook would try to copy out. It would never have occurred to her to teach him to read.

I would imagine Jesus was a kind of Jewish reformer. If you were looking for an equivalent to the figure you dimly perceive through the gospels it would probably be a Richard Dawkins.

I'm a vegetarian, but I wear leather shoes. Some people say that's a contradiction; I say I'm doing my best.

I used to be a terrible hypochondriac when I was young and a great reader of medical dictionaries. One day I realised that I was not actually frightened of terminal illness but of not getting done the things I wanted to get done.

I recently retraced on foot a famous journey that William Hazlitt made from Shropshire to Somerset to visit Wordsworth and Coleridge. I spent two weeks slogging through nettle beds before I realised the bastard had taken the coach.

When I was 14 a chaplain at school gave me a reading list. I read everything and I went back to him with a question: how can you really believe in this stuff?

I'm passionately in favour of legalising heroin and cocaine. But I despise people who depend on these things. If you really want a mind-altering experience, look at a tree.

I don't believe in killing animals, but I think President Obama did a justifiable thing in swatting a fly. Flies spread disease.

Christian churches and Muslim groups have no more right to have their say than women's institutes or trades unions. The government has actively encouraged faith-based education, and therefore given a megaphone to religious voices and fundamentalists.

I have enough faith in statistics to know there must be conscious life on other planets.

Initials can be useful to hide behind. I once heard Jonathan Ross on the radio asking Kirsty Young who she had coming up on Desert Island Discs. When she mentioned "AC Grayling" Ross replied: "Oh, I know her."

Science is the outcome of being prepared to live without certainty and therefore a mark of maturity. It embraces doubt and loose ends.

I'm not sure it is possible to think too much. You don't refresh your mind by partying in Ibiza.

Life is all about relationships. By all means sit cross-legged on top of a mountain occasionally. But don't do it for very long.

Every professor of philosophy needs a nine-year-old daughter. Mine has a habit of saying, "Daddy, that is a very silly idea." She is always right.

• Liberty in the Age of Terror, by AC Grayling, is published by Bloomsbury, £12.99



In the year 1166 B.C., a malcontented hunchbrain by the name of Greyface, got it into his head that the universe was as humorless as he, and he began to teach that play was sinful because it contradicted the ways of Serious Order. ``Look at all the order around you,'' he said. And from that, he deluded honest men to believe that reality was a straightjacket affair and not the happy romance as men had known it.
It is not presently understood why men were so gullible at that particular time, for absolutely no one thought to observe all the disorder around them and conclude just the opposite. But anyway, Greyface and his followers took the game of playing at life more seriously than they took life itself and were known even to destroy other living beings whose ways of life differed from their own.
The unfortunate result of this is that mankind has since been suffering from a psychological and spiritual imbalance. Imbalance causes frustration, and frustration causes fear. And fear makes for a bad trip. Man has been on a bad trip for a long time now.
See Introduction of Negativism for further enlightenment.



Iran: Much Ado About Nothing?
By William Blum
So why the big international fuss over the Iranian election and street protests? There's only one answer. The obvious one. The announced winner, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is a Washington ODE, an Officially Designated Enemy, for not sufficiently respecting the Empire and its Israeli partner-in-crime.
A Few Facts About the Honduran Military Coup
By Ken Silverstein
There's very little truth to anything you've read about the coup in American newspapers.
John Pilger on Honduras, Iran, Gaza, the Corporate Media, Obama's Wars and Resisting the American Empire
By Democracy Now!
Award-winning investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker, John Pilger, joins us for a wide-ranging conversation on on Honduras, Iran, Gaza, the media, health care, and Obama's wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Pilger has has written close to a dozen books and made over 50 documentaries on a range of subjects including struggles around the world for a more just and peaceful society and against Western military and economic intervention.
By Gideon Levy
It's a good thing we have Shayetet 13. Operating at the crack of dawn - or was it before nightfall? - the daring naval commandos fearlessly took control of a rusty, rickety, unarmed boat bobbing in the middle of the sea. That's exactly why we have a naval commando force - to take control of ships offering humanitarian aid. Behold, the guardian of Israel neither slumbers nor sleeps.
Its Not Just Our 21 Kidnapped Passengers.:
By Free Gaza
The kidnapping of 21 international human rights workers attempting to deliver needed aid to a besieged people is an outrage, but it is hardly an isolated one.
What if the Uighurs were Christian Rather than Muslim?
By Glenn Greenwald
Muslims generally -- not just Al Qaeda -- replaced Communists as our New Enemy and became the new enabling force for our endless state of War and never-ending expansions of executive power. Rather obviously, the Uighurs were swept into the Enemy category solely by virtue of their status as Muslims.
Untold Truths About the American Revolution
By Howard Zinn
Why do we assume that we had to fight a bloody revolutionary war to get rid of England?
Obama Takes Bush's Plutocratic-Socialism to the Next Leve

By Chris Moore
As the federal government and the two-party regime running it have become ever more corrupt, the bubbles have become ever larger and more frequent. And it is these successively more frequent bubbles that have destroyed the American economy, bankrupted Americans, and simultaneously made these revolving-door federal government elite/plutocrat-socialists in both parties rich.
Obamageddon is Coming!
4 minute video
Food riots, tax protests, strikes and high unemployment all will characterize our economic future according to Gerald Celente.
Is There Life After Democracy?
By Arundhati Roy
What happens once democracy has been used up? When it has been hollowed out and emptied of meaning? What happens when each of its institutions has metastasised into something dangerous? What happens now that democracy and the Free Market have fused into a single predatory organism with a thin, constricted imagination that revolves almost entirely around the idea of maximising profit?
The Crooks Get Cash While the Poor Get Screwed
By Chris Hedges
Tearyan Brown became a father when he was 16. He did what a lot of inner-city kids desperate to make money do. He sold drugs. He was arrested and sent to jail three years later for dealing marijuana and PCP on the streets of Trenton, N.J., mostly to white kids driving in from the suburbs. It was a job which saw him robbed at gunpoint and stabbed in the chest. But it made him about $1,400 a week.
Happy Co-Dependence Day
By Cindy Sheehan
In our heart of hearts, do we really think that Obama is an agent of change for the people? Have we not been fooled, yet again? So, we lay all of our hopes and dreams for a better life on one person and allow the inevitable heartache of betrayal to wash over us and once again drown us in disappointment when that person turns out to be just another politician.

Friday, July 3, 2009


Nafta Superhighway Returns From The Dead 030709top

The Trans-Texas Corridor, part of the NAFTA Superhighway projected to link the United States with Canada and Mexico as an integral cog of the North American Union, is back on the agenda after Texas Governor Rick Perry lied in claiming that the proposal was dead earlier this year.

The open plan to merge the US with Mexico and Canada and create a Pan-American Union networked by a NAFTA Superhighway has long been a Globalist brainchild, but fierce opposition to the plan from activists across the country has stalled the plan at least temporarily.

A key component of the NAU transport system was the proposed Trans Texas Corridor, a massive 4,000 mile network of highways that were to be sold to the Spanish company Cintra and operated as toll roads - creating a huge new tax on the American people which would be paid directly to a foreign-owned private company.

Texas Governor and Bilderberg invitee Rick Perry launched a PR stunt in January when he claimed that the Trans Texas Corridor was dead, when in reality as Jerome Corsi and others pointed out, the project was merely to have its name changed and its design slightly altered.

“Close examination shows Perry’s declaration from Iraq involves yet more public relations efforts by the governor and TxDOT to defuse criticism from voters and reposition a hugely unpopular initiative by dropping the designation ‘Trans-Texas Corridor,’ or ‘TTC,’ while still allowing TxDOT to proceed with the components of the original TTC plan that had been scheduled for implementation now,” wrote Corsi.