Free Speech and Exposing the New World Order
The Media and Ike are important topics to be made known. ThinkProgress.org says that the media is restricted from covering certain aspects of Hurricane Ike's devastation. They cite an example of this. Now, Wayne Dolcefino is a reporter for Houston, TX's KTRK-TV. Wayne said that (in a press conference) to Governor Rick Perry on why the media aren't even allowed to fly over parts of Galveston Island. He said that media acess was even far better in Mississippi and Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina. Perry tried to brush off Dolcefino's concerns. Later, Perry blamed the federal officials could be responsible for the media problems. Dolcefino said he can't go into Bolivar and West End. The deal is that free speech ought to be promoted. Suppression of the First Amendment is nothing new, but it's a problem even now in America. Houston is experiencing a curfew. Graham Tibbetts from the London Telegraph at Monday, on September 15, 2008 wrote about the story. The curfew measure has its run from dawn until dusk. It was ordered by the authorities in order to deter looters. Also, it was created to prevent accidents on roads strewn with broken glass, fallen trees and live power lines. Houston is having power cuts and 75% of the city is without power. Rescuers proclaimed that they've saved nearly 2,000 people from waterlogged streets (and shattered houses along the coast of Texas). Many tried to ride out the storm and ignored evacuation orders. Orange, Bridge City, and Galveston were towns that were hard hit by Ike as well. Officials said that the storm destoryed at least 10 oil production platforms. Ldyyan Jonjocque,who is 61, said that she had no where to go before being rescued from a dump truck. At least 80 people died from Ike in the Caribbean, while at least 28 died from Ike in America.
A partial DC Gun Ban is still supported by some, even when the Supreme Court banned the practice of totally banning all guns in Washington, D.C. The Childers bill to repeal the DC gun ban (or called HR 6691). Some believed that it will be a cake walk in the House. Yet, DC Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton wants to pass an alternative anti-gun bill on the floor in the House. Her bill passed the House committee last week in a 17 to one vote. Every Republican on the committee except for Rep. Dan Burton (R-IN) voted for the Norton bill. Now, the Norton bill will allow the DC council to continue to have gun control, while the Childers bill will repeal the ban on semi-auto pistols and rifles in DC. The registration requirements will require residents to get permission from the city council before they can own a weapon. The Childress bill will end the trigger lock provision which endangers gun owners (by forcing the lucky ones who jump though the 12 step process to render their guns unusuable for immediate defensive purposes. Frankily, in further study, Childress' bill and Norton's bill aren't perfect (even Childress' bill will punish people for owning an "unregistered gun"). Don't expect Obama or McCain to really support the Second Amendment. Obama voted when he was an Illinois Senator against a rule the anyone in Chicago has a right to use a handgun for self defense when they are inside of their own homes. Many Democrats make the excuse that different laws should exist in Chicago than in Cheyenne. That's false since if that's case, should a different version of the First Amendment exist in Chicago than in a rural area? The answer is no. Regardless of where you live, our rights shouldn't be compromised. That's the reality of the situation. McCain voted for trigger locks and other anti-gun measures. There are more similaralities in policies among Obama and McCain than meets the eye. Both parties are very similar on this issue.
Aspartame is easily found out to be a poison. A lot of people realize its risk factors. Now, a study of aspartame found that 67% of female rats developed visible tumors when they were in contact with aspartame. Victoria Inness-Brown, M.A. from the Aspartame Experiment on September 15, 2008 described this study. Victoria Inness-Brown said that the pharmaceutical and chemical companies use too liberally the mixing of sythetic chemicals in the plant and animal kingdoms. She fears that this mixing will cause long term adverse effects via these complex interactions and injects tons of toxic chemcials in the biosphere. Now, aspartame is an artifical sweetener. Victoria is a citizen scientist and studied families who were addicted to diet soda. She performed a 2 and a half year scientifc study on the effects of aspartame (via Nutra Sweet) in the drinking water of 60 rats. She kept 48 as controls. She found that of the 30 females with aspartame, 20 of them (or 67%) developed visible tumors. Five control females or 21% developed visible tumors generally smaller in size. No tumors were observed in the males with control. The percentage of the females-to-males with tumors was approximately 3:1. This coincides with the complaints about aspartame registered with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) before it stopped accepting them, where females registered 77% of all complaints. The rats had other bad side effects as well. They include the health issues of paralysis, difficulty walking, spasmodic torticollis (also called dystonia, where the neck is twisted and the head continually tilted to one side), infected and bleeding eyes, skin lesions, thinning and yellowing fur, and obesity. It appears that aspartame is very futile in trying to stop overweight gain. Aspartame is really a danger in our health. Many of the rates developed skin problems. The US ADI or the Acceptable Daily Intake recommend us humans to consume 50 mg. of aspartame per kg. of body weight per day. That's equivalent to a 150-lb person drinking about 20 12-oz. cans of diet soda. She wants aspartame to be banned as a food substance if her study is proven to be valid.
Sarah Palin has experienced legitimate criticism and unfair attacks. The legitimate criticism include her flip flops on earmarks, Trooper Gate (when she refuses to answer questions to Alaskan state Congress although it's legal for her to refuse to do that), and the bridge to no where. Also, some believe that she is ravering on being pro-Life since she hasn't overtly say that abortion ought to be banned (but Palin commented that only this issue should be left with the states). Some question her experience dealing with foreign affairs. These are all legitimate critiques of Palin. Although some have taken it too far. Bob Unruh wrote that students in an an English class at Metropolitan State College in Denver have been told to assemble criticisms of GOP vice presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin that "undermine" her. The students say they are concerned about the apparent bias. Matt Barber (who is the director of Cultural Affairs with the Liberty Counsel with a sister named Janna taking a class from Andrew Hallam. Hallam is the new instructor at the school) said that Hallam is teaching introctrination. Hallam said that this English teacher was critical of the Bush administration, wants people to be liberals, and criticize those who are conservatives or Republicans. Barber caused this a problem of anger toward Palin. Hallam wants his students to find information to bash Palin when he's in an English class. Students said that Hallam used the f to describe Republicans in the class (when it should be none of someone's business what political philosophy you are. That should never effect your grade at all). This hate toward Palin is coming from numerous quarters. Janeane Garofalo criticized her. Garofalo is right that 9/11 was an inside job. She is right that the 9/11 Commission did a terrible job, because it ommitted the wargames, Building Number Seven, Western inteligence links to the supposed "hijackers," and other real parts of the 9/11 attacks. Janeane is wrong for putting politics in nearly a Republican vs. Democratic light. She supports Barack Obama. That's ironic because Obama is for war in Afghanistan (possibly Pakistan), the Patriot Act, for the FISA Law, and other issues. On the Bill Maher show, she stereotypes Republicans as bigots, intolerant, and non-intelligent. Many Republicans are like that just like many Democrats are bigoted against conservatives, intolerant for abortion, and want freedom to go down with the Fairness Doctrine. The truth is that both Parties are controlled and funded by the same people (in the Foundations, the CFR, the Vatican/Jesuits, the Bilderbergers, etc.). She called people in red states dopes, when tons of people in red states are very aware of the issues. Little does she realize that Big Oil and the Club of Rome supports the global warming fear mongering hysteria that she promotes (she supports baby killing or abortion when the UN and the international bankers support abortion worldwide. She sponsoring the corporate agenda). She joked that all Republicans should be locked up. Garofalo said that Republicans stole 2 elections, which is true. So, seeing the bigger picture is important to me without drinking the Kool-Aid from Barack Obama or John McCain. Garofolo is just wrong on many points.
The Brother of a jailed China forced abortion opponent have been threatened over his interviews. Steven Ertelt from LifeNews.com on September 15, 2008 made known of the brother of a blind attorney (who is one of the leading figures against forced abortions in China) being threatened for giving interviews to Western media outlets. Meanwhile, the family of Chen Guangcheng was prohibited from visiting him in jail recently. Chen is the lawyer from Linyi who was preparing a lawsuit. The lawsuits he was preparing dealt with the thousands of women who were forced to have abortions or sterilized in a massive family "planning" (really murder) campaign. Chen exposed all of this. For that, he was imprisoned on trumped up charges. Chen talked of this in interviews with American media outlets. He was denied access to the Beijing Paralymic Games when Chen's family wanted to visit him there. According to Radio Free Asia, Chen’s eldest brother, Chen Guangfu, hoped to visit on September 11 and his elderly mother and daughter, Kesi, came along. When they arrived at the prison, officials told them the family visitation day had been postponed. “The family visit days at the prison were scheduled to be September 11 and September 12. While waiting in line and registering, we found out that the visit days have been changed to September 27 and September 28," Chen Guangfu told RFA. "It seemed that most other people had received the notice of the change, but we did not.” After leaving the prison, Chen Guangfu's neighbor called him and said that the reporters had stopped by his home to interview him about Chen's imprisonment. However, some of the 40 local police who are stationed outside his home and that of Chen's wife Yuan, scared them off. China has a long way to go to promote authentic liberty. These problems don't just exist in China. They exist all around the world. Well, the good news is that tons of patriotic Chinese people still opposed forced abortion and evil oppressions in China.
The EU Flag and anthem are being revived by MEPs. Stephen Adams from the London Telegraph on September 15, 2008 described this occurence. MEPs have decided to revive the symbols of the European Union. They want to do this in attempt to foster greater pride in the institution. This is in spite of the fact that the EU is trying its best to impose its will against European nations even if it's a violation of their national soverignity. Examples include anti-liberty rules and the EU still trying to force Ireland to accept the Lisbon Treaty (when Ireland rejected it during their own voting processes). The EU's anthem is Beethoven's Ode to Joy. Although, Nigel Farage, who is the leader of the UK Independence Party and an MEP himself, has accused his parliamentary colleagues of “trying to ram them down our throats." MEPs justify these actions by saying that symbols are vital elements of any communication process. Those in the UK want to see more of the EU's components as a function in the affairs of the UK government. The European Union was created in the late 1940's as a means to try to unify Europe. It's logo reflect that and its euro currency. The Vatican has heavy influence in the EU as pro-EU members like Tony Blair and others are Roman Catholics.
Attacks in Pakistan are increasing in Pakistan. SAEED SHAH from The Globe and Mail on September 15, 2008 outlined that the new U.S. strategy of unilateral attacks against suspected militants inside Pakistani territory are causing problems. It could threaten to send moderate Pakistani tribesmen to go fight alongside extremists against coalition forces in neighboring Afghanistan. Over in the weekend, tribal chiefs from North Waziristan (which is apart of Pakistan's tribal borderland) was struck by them most recent civilian killing U.S. missile attack. The tribal chiefs vowed to take the fight to Afghanistan if the United States doesn't halt the attacks into Pakistan. Tribal chief Malik Nasrullah have said these words. These community leaders (which represent the majority of people in North Waziristan had not previously supported the extremists. They were fiercely independent. They were armed and willing to fight anyone who trespasses on thier land. That anger is spreading. Missile attacks by the U.S. against supsected Taliban and al-Qaeda training camps plus hideouts are coming in. U.S. officials believe that the Taliban and al-Qaeda are having safe haven in Pakistan. Ayaz Wazir (who is a retired Pakistani diplomat) said that they were fight if this conflict continues. This is more than enough confirmation that aggressive action toward Pakistan is wrong. Doing this will put more pressure on the new Islamabad government. It can possibly cause neutral Pakistani tribespeople to fight in Afghanistan, and further destabilize the Central Asian region. Yet, Obama and McCain support these attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Frankily, the war on terror should cease and more cooperation ought to exist among all nations in the world.
Cythnia McKinney is running for President from the Green Party. WeAreChange.org from September 15, 2008 described her speech. She said her speech to a benefit for 9/11 First Responders. These responders are suffering through ailments and their benefits are lacking. This was after the EPA lied about the air being safe to breathe during the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. Cynthia compared 9/11 Truth activists to 1960's era civil rights activists who stood up to oppression. That oppression included police abuse, intimidation, and assaults. The civil rights activists wanted their right of association, the right to vote, and the right to live where they wanted to preserved. Not everyone in that movement were perfect, but all citizens in America should be protected by the Bill of Rights and Constitution. There was absolutely no justification for lynching, voter suppression, assaults, church bombings, and other criminal acts against black people or anyone at all. Now, some of the First Responders are sick from toxic materials at the 9/11 site. House Bill HR 3543 wants to place resources to the victims in order to help the responders enduring hardcore conditions from the debris during 9/11. Cythnia McKinney seems to wake up a lot since 9/11 about government sponsor terrorism, the Pentagon's missing 1 trillion dollar budget, the sex trafficking going on internationally, and the evils of the war on terror (which is nothing more than neo-imperalism). These are the real issues that have to be confronted in our nation. I don't agree with her on other issues, but she is a more of a real, patriotic liberal than Obama will ever be. McKinney praised We are Change for their activism in society. Some call her a Truth Candidate. Cynthia McKinney was one of the first Congresspeople to question the Bush administration's foreknowledge and involvement in the 9/11 attacks. She indeed is a courageous woman for her actions and her strength.
John McCain's pandering on the stem cell issue is typical of him. Joseph Farah is great for writing about that issue. McCain is promoting empty rhetoric on the life issue. The reason is that it appears to be that Roe v. Wade isn't going to be banned anytime soon. He uses the means of wanting to ban Roe v. Wade to make people vote for him. His recent ad apparently have him to support federal funds for embryonic stem cells (when ESCs have never made radical treatments or cures to improve the nature of human beings). John McCain voted twice to have the killing research of embryonic stem cell research. John McCain says that he believes that life begins at conception (which is common sense as any scientist can tell you that a zygote is not a sperm or an egg. It has 46 chromosomes usually, it grows, it has DNA, and it has human cells. By definition, life occurs in conception). On the other hand, he tried his best to remove the pro-life plank in the Republican platform according to Joseph Farah. He flip flopped on Roe V. Wade first not wanting to end it and now McCain wants it eliminated. He voted for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who is pro-abortion and supports radically positions (that are even radical today in 2008). Also, McCain said that his own daughter can have an abortion and he'll support that decision. John McCain isn't pro-life. At least with Obama (which I don't support), you know his agenda. Obama's agenda is abortion on demand with little exceptions as outlined for his support of the Freedom of Choice Act. The FOCA will ban virtually all pro-life legislation in Congress and nationwide. With John McCain, you don't know what he will do if certain interests pressure him.
Internet Censorship is going on in many quarters. The promotion of it by the military industrial complex is becoming ever more clear. There are certain factions that want to vet websites and limit information against what they deem as "trustworthy forms of information." One group in league of this extremism is called World Wide Web Consortium. It's also called W3C. It's been fronted by a person named Sir Tim Berners-Lee. He fears the way the web has been used to spread what he "deems disinformation." He told the BBC that a new system is needed for websites to label their trustworthiness. This is of course against free speech and free expression within the Internet. See, W3C wants this censorship, because the establishment wants any strong dissent against their views limited or banned. That is why W3C is made up of the cream of the corporate world in conjunction with government agencies such as National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (along with military entities like the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). Their membership includes 400 plus members of the corproate elite. Berners lies and says that concerns about the Large Hadron Collider and the MMR vaccine's problems are disinformation. The truth is the opposite. Mainstream scientists have expressed real concerns about the CERN atom smasher as creating black holes that can suck the Earth into it. Professor Otto Rössler, a German chemist at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, who were so worried they attempted to obtain an injunction from the European Court of Human Rights that would block the collider from being turned on at all. Many real researchers also have expressed concerns about MMR vaccines, because it has thimerosal (being developed by Eli Lilly. Merck and Co. Inc is the largest Big Pharma company supplying MMR vaccines) in them. Dr. Andrew Wakefield linked this vaccine to autism for years. Studies have shown a direct relationship between mercury in children’s vaccines and autism. Further studies have shown a decline in neurodevelopmental disorders after the removal of thimerosal-containing vaccines. Even mercury is a huge overt posion, but it exists in many vaccines. W3C has members from pharmaceutical giants like Novartis Pharma AG and Pfizer Inc., So, W3C is nothing mroe than a corporate/government agency promoting Internet censorship and the suppression of the right of human beings to access what they want in the Internet. New anti-freedom threats like Internet 2 and spying by the government of innocent people are still among us. There has been economic problems. There has been big economic giants facing bankruptcry like Lehman Brothers and Fannie Mae plus Freddie Mac. Now, the government is loaning billions of dollars to banks like $85 billion to AIG (when our money is borrowed from China). There has been many causes of our economic woes. They includes from having too much debt, the burdens of the war on terrorism (causing debts), the Federal Reserve's bad policies (that includes too much cutting of interest rates and them existing as a cartel controlled by private interests), the mortgage fraud in the USA, and corruption in Wall Street. Another big problem is the lack of transparency among the economic sphere (with some people not given enough time to evaluate their investments). The only solutions to these problems are a back to basics philosophy. There needs to be an investment of our infrastructure (whose jobs can't be outsourced overseas), the protection of our economic security (ie. banks and the government shouldn't take our pension funds), people need to learn in how to be self sufficient, cut unnecessary spending, reform our money system, encourage our financial intelligence among citizens to increase, punish any economic corruption, have fair trade deals, have transparency in our economic system, and end the war on terror as soon as possible (This will save billions of dollars to help our domestic affairs). The issue is that private banking elites from the Fed, etc. are buying up our wealth and consolidating our money into their hands (so an unified currency is more of a possibility). It's obvious that Bush economic policies aren't working. Yet, government control of all of our services isn't needed as well. Would you want the government to run your private life. If no, why would you want the government to run all economics in the nation. Now, the government has a role to protect life, liberty, and property though.