Thursday, August 30, 2012

Isaac drenches Romney's parade

What a farce! It's as if the ghosts of Katrina invited Isaac back for special anniversary performance, to remind people of the cold-hearted indifference of Republicans to impoverished people's misery. The media did their level best to try to ignore this huge elephant in the room and I even speculate that the storm's potential destructive power was deliberately underplayed so that people wouldn't be reminded of what Bush was doing on yesterday's date in 2005 -- having birthday cake with John McCain, while Condi Rice went shoe shopping.

8/28/12 - ABC News' Live-Feed Coverage of GOP Convention. The audio reveals at least two "journalists" participating in what now goes beyond bias and into journalistic fraud, corruption and malpractice.
Reporter Jokes on Hot Mic: "...They are Happy to Have a Party With Black People Drowning (Laughter)." Listen at 0:09.

Melanie Joy - Carnism: The Psychology of Eating Meat

A very good presentation about the gap meat eaters have between their natural empathy towards animals and how they get their dinner. H/T: What On Earth is Happening?

Monday, August 27, 2012

To Heaven After the Storm

Thanks, Ari, for reminding me of hope at a time when I really needed a refresher! :)

h/t: nhne-pulse

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Mathematical resonance in nature

Whenever you think the world is just the result of a bunch of haphazard accidents and we're all bound for a chaotic and meaningless end, consider the magic of sacred geometry. Even the most rational of left-brained scientific types can't deny there seems to be a kind of mystical math pervading the universe.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Talking to your neighbors about 9-11

As I said on earlier entries, Rena Patty and Pam Senzee are biking across the country talking with regular people (esp. firefighters and church leaders) about what experts have to say about what really happened on 9-11, and how their opinion differs from the "official story." Here's a video about that.

The ladies are currently over the Rocky Mountains and now in the Great Plains. But they can't be everywhere. Talk with your neighbors about 9-11 today! :)

Note: you can follow Pam and Rena's journey on their blogs and/or donate to their cause by visiting

Friday, August 17, 2012

Remember the Iran Contra Scandal?

I guess most Americans don't. Too bad. Those who don't remember history, or deal with the bad guys after a very thorough investigation, are doomed to a sorry future.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

The official stories are falling apart

I'd like to direct your attention to a couple of really good articles I've seen lately challenging the official, media-approved narratives of mass murder.

9/11: Shattering the Spell of Mythical Realities

Aurora Massacre: Mayor Steve Hogan “There is Something is Very Seriously Wrong Here”

Also, there's been a kind of media breakthrough in Colorado: this Saturday Colorado Public Television will air “9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out.” This will be at 7PM (MDT) during their pledge drive, so be sure to call the station (CPT12) at 800-690-5234 during the show to pledge your support if you can afford it. :)

Monday, August 13, 2012

Thoughts on Safety and 9-11 Truth

[Rena Patty is biking across the country with fellow activist Pam Senzee to raise awareness of the work of Architects & Engineers for 9-11 Truth. She is currently passing over the Rocky Mountains. I found her recent comments about safety and the truth to be very compelling, considering the monumental task she is undertaking. This country needs more people like her and Pam. You can donate to their cause by visiting]

I am going off topic for Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. AE911Truth organization speaks only about the forensic evidence related to the destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11. What follows is my own experience.

The ride over the rough and narrow shoulders has me thinking about everyone who has wished me safety on the road or told me to “be safe out there.” I do value my safety and want to be safe, so this is a tough post for me to write for people who care about me. I know you care about me and want for me, and for all the people you love, to be safe.

I am asking mostly questions here....

Are there times when culturally we consider it appropriate to set a lower priority for one’s own personal safety in order to protect the wellbeing of others? Soldiers are asked to intentionally go into dangerous situations in order to protect the safety of others. Firefighters and police officers have standard operation procedures to protect safety, and at the same time personal safety is one of many considerations when entering a burning building to save the life and property.

My primary objective in deciding to ride my bike across the country is not protection of my personal safety. While safety matters to me, my primary objective is raising awareness of the work of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Open honest discussion about what happened on 9/11 matters to me as much as my personal safety.

I am concerned with security and safety for all people. I am concerned about the safety of young soldiers (the age of my own sons), who have been sent to war under a pretext that is in serious question. PTSD, traumatic brain injury, dismemberment and death – these are the risks we ask our soldiers to take as they go to war. Is it too much to ask that we have an honest discussion about the pretext for war? I am sad for the stresses on soldiers and their families as they face separation, uncertainty and injury.

I also have concern about the wellbeing of people - men, women, children, elderly - trapped in horrible conditions in war zones by no fault of their own. The circle of people for whom I hold concerns for safety and security is broad. Does my personal safety matter more than theirs? If so, why? What can we do together to protect everyone's safety? Are you willing to speak with your neighbors and your elected representatives honestly, openly and respectfully about 9/11? If not, why not?

What else might be worth risking one’s personal safety? How about the inalienable rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rights amended to the United States Constitution? These too are part of my 4000-mile prayer as I ride across the country.

I wish that broad public discussion about 9/11 and the wars could happen with less effort and risk. For more than ten years I’ve tried, but my efforts have not yet been sufficiently effective. Will this cross country bike ride effectively open discussion?

I do know that facing challenging situations honestly and with respect and care for everyone involved is essential for healing. How broadly can you, can we, expand our circle of care for the security, safety and well-being of others?

I expect that I've offered plenty to think about. The wide spaces of Montana are not for the faint of heart.

I attended the Whitefish United Methodist Church service this morning. I am grateful for their hospitality and their peace loving congregation. Please remember to pray for the health and wellbeing of everyone we meet along the way.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Urgent Warning-Prepare for What is Coming

Video from Wide Awake News (h/t:

McGrath is right. If you've thought about contributing to the Romney or Obama campaign this year, save your money. You'd be much better off buying one of these items here: 100 Items to Disappear First

Now is the time to do some soul-searching. The United States of America and pretty much the rest of the "free world" has been looted by psychopaths. If you're in law enforcement or the military, it's time to think about your oath and consider your duty seriously. You didn't sign up to protect a bunch of piggish liars and thieves. You signed up to protect and serve the public. Don't let them sucker you into a knee-jerk reaction. In the end we're all in this together. Choose the side of truth. In the end, that's all there is.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

This is a bit disconcerting ...

Tanks being transported by rail through Burbank. Note they are not in desert colors.

Short film: "Sight"

[h/t: NHNE Pulse]

A short futuristic film about how pathetic our lives in the smartphone/internet/facebook era have become.

Monday, August 6, 2012

Thoughts on the Sikh massacre

I was crushed to hear about the massacre yesterday. Can you imagine being gunned down in your place of worship? They were preparing for a celebration. These are very good people who feed the homeless. And they've been unfairly targeted (along with Muslims) for 10 years over a cynical, hateful, false-flag lie.

One of my favorite recording artists, Snatam Kaur, is a Sikh. If you've never been blessed to hear her voice, here's one of her English language songs:

Once again, we get initial reports of multiple gunmen, and the police very early on refuting that information. Well, how do they know? And is this going to be national policy from now on, that whenever there is a mass shooting all the neighbors of the alleged shooter have to be evacuated from their place of residence? There was "good reason" to do so in the case of the Batman shootings ... Holmes allegedly told police he booby-trapped his apartment. Such was not the case with this new shooter, Wade Michael Page. BTW, here's a very interesting map that shows the former 9th Psychological Operations Battalion member's former place of residence in Colorado. Thank you, Scott Creighton and willyloman.