Thursday, March 29, 2012

Hoodie Revolution

This video came out in 2004. You can tell how old it is ... this was before you could put high-quality images on youtube, it had to be made into a cartoon. Yet it's still relevant, esp. now with the "hoodie protests" decrying the lack of justice proffered for Trayvon Martin. Apparently some people can get away with murder. It's been 10 years since the murder of thousands of Americans in the world trade center, and 9 years since Bush, the target of this video, has been at large for war crimes -- *lying* us into 2 wars that have killed hundreds of thousands of innocent people in the name of imperialism.

I wrote this radio script in 2005 (Here's the audio version). As far as I know, there has been no justice for Bassim Chmait. The guy that shot him was acquitted of all charges.

Is this the kind of country we want to be living in? Where people (not to mention drones) can shoot others with impunity? No justice, no peace.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Fiona's rescue (uplifting doggie video)

I thought I'd post this to counteract all the negative news that's been getting me down lately. See what I mean about angels being all around us? Sometimes there's even a call for us to be someone's "angel" ourselves.


Monday, March 26, 2012

Robert Bales – Lone Nut or Scapegoat?

Remember the March 11th massacre in Afghanistan? (There's that date again, March 11th ... ) Justin Raimondo doesn't think it makes sense and neither do I. But then again, what do I know? Most people only "know" what the lamestream media wants them to know, though I think I've demonstrated here that time and time again their purpose seems to be little more than throwing gasoline on a fire.

I think now is as good a time as any to take up meditation and try to distance oneself from the negativity swirling around in the world. Miracles are staring us in the face every day. How is it possible that, a year after the most unlikely of hideous radiation disasters, millions of people aren't dead? And millions of people were spared fatal poisoning from thousands of gallons of horrific chemicals poured into the Gulf of Mexico? And no child was hurt in the horrible destruction of Henryville High School during the Indiana Tornado (this happened at a time when the children would normally be leaving school for the day ...)? Angels are all around us. Let's start paying more attention ...
Thanks, guys.

Friday, March 23, 2012


Original link

My name is Ronny, I’m 41 years old. I’m a father, a teacher, a Graphic Designer.

I’m an Israeli citizen and I need your help.

Lately, in the news, we’ve been hearing about a war coming while we the common people are sitting and watching it coming like it has nothing to do with us.

On March 15th, I posted a poster on Facebook. The message was simple.

Iranians. We love you. We will never bomb your country.

Within 24 hours, thousands of people shared the poster on Facebook, and I started receiving messages from Iran.

The next day, we got featured on TV and newspapers, proving that the message was traveling. Fast.

Please help us prevent this war by spreading this message. make your own posters , send this message to your friends and share it.

We are raising money in order to produce more posters and keep the movement grow.

thanks to all of you for your support and love.

may we prevent this war.

ronny edry

Amid war fever, some Israelis and Iranians talk of peace

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Uplifting vegan videos

One of the best things you can do on an individual level to help the planet is to make positive choices about what you eat. I know meat tastes good, but the sooner more people stop supporting industries that promote suffering and misery the better off we'll all be ... those artificial meat companies are trying ...

One of the things I've learned in my months of veganism is that it can be extremely tasty if you take the time to learn about herbs and spices. Take it from me, I love to eat! :)

A Life Connected: VEGAN from on Vimeo.

Monday, March 19, 2012

The 3 Coming False Flags

by SilverShield

Speaking of false flags, I've recently had occasion to be reminded that last year's Japanese earthquake and tsunami fiasco happened on the 7th anniversary of the attack on the trains of Madrid. As I commented on John Friend's website where I found this video from Snordelhans, something's screwy about a 9.0 earthquake when you see no visible damage, compared to the damage seen in the much weaker Kobe earthquake from 1995.

Monday, March 12, 2012

See, I *told* you CNN was fake ...

Remember back in February when I called out Arwa Damon (who's still at it in "Syria", BTW ...)? Well, here's a precedent of CNN's dedication to "war reporting."


Here's the commentary from the youtube site:

Charles Jaco was the CNN reporter famous for covering the 1990 Persian Gulf War.

The first part of this video shows the stage set he was on, and he was clowning around with fellow CNN staff. The Saudi Arabian "hotel" in the background were fake palm trees and a blue wall in a studio. This clip was leaked by CNN staff.

The second part of this video was a live CNN satellite feed recorded onto VHS showing the final cut. Charles Jaco was wearing a different jacket, but he had the same act. The acting was terrible as Charles Jaco wore a gas mask, and his fellow correspondent Carl Rochelle wore a helmet. The sirens and missile sound effects are part of the stage set. The camera never pans out or shows the sky.

These clips are the highest quality of this newscast and behind the scenes.

Yes, Charles Jaco was a reporter for CNN. Google his name and read the results.

This is the reason why I don't trust mainstream news. It is all theater and it's completely staged. I only use the news as a guide to get an idea of what is going on, and then I do further research myself.

You can start your own research by visiting my website

I also suggest reading the books of Edward Bernays to learn how the media and government fool the masses on an unprecedented scale.

This video is FAIR USE depicting an historical event. I encourage this video to be downloaded, and re-uploaded to other websites to get more people to see this.

Charles Jaco currently works as a reporter for FOX 2 NOW in Saint Louis, Missouri. I highly encourage you to send this video to their newstips inbox here:

Digg this video, and spread it to the far reaches of the world wide web.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

BOATLIFT, An Untold Tale of 9/11 Resilience

A reminder of the abundant heroism shown on that day.

This goes out to all the unsung angels of mercy and light that slog on day after day, answering the call for no other reason than that's what they know they are supposed to do: Thank you. God bless you now and always. Amen.


Monday, March 5, 2012

A gun that gags you

"Don't tase me bro!"

Remember the student who inconveniently brought up the fact that Senator Kerry and the guy he ran against for president, George W. Bush, were both in the same fraternity at Yale (the infamous Skull and Bones) during a Q and A session at the University of Florida? Gee, if they would have had this handy little invention, they could have shut him up, no muss, no fuss ... tell me, is this what democracy looks like? Watch what you answer, I've got my sights on you, pal! Hat tip to nhne-pulse once again ...

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Stock market gambling on the weather?

Check out this video. (h/t: Rense)

I heard we had more tornadoes yesterday than we usually do for the entire month of March. What's up with that? Here are some more statistics: Note that last year the nation saw far more tornadoes than average. Is that natural? I'll admit I don't know enough about statistics to say, but something doesn't pass the smell test for me.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Facebook CIA Project (the Onion)

(Hat tip: Caution: this is supposed to be satire ...

Angels working overtime

My prayers go out to those who have been affected by the devastating tornadoes that tore through the Southern Midwest yesterday. Yet seeing the damage I can't help but marvel at the low death toll. I immediately thought of this story I read at some time ago: The butterfly people of Joplin

Rest in peace, Davy Jones.