Monday, July 27, 2009


Robert F. Kennedy Jr. just came out with a new report:
Vaccinations: Deadly Immunity

This is personal for me because my nine-year-old son doesn't speak in complete sentences due to his autism. Yet, appearently, people are lining up to be guinea pigs to test Swine Flu vaccinations, which will supposedly be all the rage this fall.

Vaccinations can kill people, folks, and so can fear. Please remember to keep some sort of perspective when the "Mighty Wurlitzer" [ ] starts pumping out the scare propaganda against the next "Global Pandemic."

From the CDC: About 36,000 Americans die on average per year from the complications of (regular, garden variety) flu.

As of July 2, 170 Americans died from the H1N1 virus, the hyped-up strain of "Swine Flu" that closed down schools by the dozen last spring.

Cui Bono? (Who Benefits?) -- Always a good question to ask when others tell you to be afraid.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Life without money

I was intrigued by the title of this article:

I admire people like that, and I can't help but wonder if we aren't headed for times where the greenback will be essentially worthless:

Monday, July 20, 2009


Don't know much about it? You really ought to, because it's been said that it can it steer hurricanes, create earthquakes, even affect your mind. Here's a CBC broadcast on it:

Book: Angels Don't Play This Haarp: Advances in Tesla Technology

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

I made it to Ft. Wayne!

Thanks for everyone who sent me their kind thoughts and prayers. I very badly needed to get away. I was suffocating myself with encrusted habits and collecting so much junk in my tiny room there was no space for me. I've been able to visit my two wonderful sons after a year and a half, and I feel like I'm finally able to breathe.

Too bad one can't say the same for the families of the as-yet unvindicated "perpetrators" of the 7/7/05 London bombings:

I don't have a lot to say in my blog today, I haven't been able to keep up with the news lately, but I do want to let everyone know I made it to Indiana safely.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Moving out of San Francisco

It's getting way too expensive for me to stay here so I'm afraid I'll have to do my blogging somewhere else. I'd appreciate all the kind thoughts and prayers you could send my way, it's never easy to uproot oneself, esp. after they've stayed way longer than is their custom, as I've done here (can you blame me? I think San Francisco is the most beautiful city in the world! I sure had to put up with a lot of crap to stay here though).

I've heard this was a really good article, I've only had time to read half of it, though ... The Great American Bubble Machine.

What a disappointment this administration has turned out to be! Looks like Obama staged his first coup in Honduras after the Western hyped-up mess in Iran failed to acheive the results the CIA wanted. Then, in another colossal monument of hypocrisy, it's terror on the high seas as Israeli pirates hijack "the Spirit of Humanity" with a nobel prize winner and one of my personal heros, Cynthia McKinney, on board.

Obama's not going to save us, folks. He's a repeat of the Great Disappointment of 2006 -- the Democratically controlled House and Senate. Nothing's changing, people have just gotten complaisant. This may be a very dangerous time for us all.