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Friday, August 28, 2009

Internment Camps and More News

Many Americans realize that internment camps are being constructed in the USA. There are legitimate criticisms about why such infrastructures are being developed in America. Even the U.S. Army solicitied recruitment for a "Internment/Resettlement Specialist" online. Liars like Glenn Beck and Popular Mechanics try to say that there are no internment camps or plans for it. That's a lie since FEMA was given millions of dollars to build such camps in cases of an emergency. Chuck Baldwin has written about this subject as well. He recieved information from a retired Air Force colonel (who is still active in the military assoication and stays well-informed on military issues). The colonel said that there is a continuity of operations still going on now and that FEMA is involved in such a program. The colonel never challenged the existed of internment camps, but linked them to the military-based FEMA program (and he saw nothing wrong with it). Other military figures expressed dissent with these plans since they violate personal freedoms and the constitutional government. Even U.S. Congressman Paul Broun (R-GA) said that the U.S. government was trying to get martial law. A bill introduced in the House is H.R. 645 or the National Emergency Centers Establishment Act. This Act will give Homeland Security the power to form no fewer than 6 national emergency centers on military installations. Rep. Henry Gonzalez, D-Texas, clarified the question of the existence of civilian detention camps. In an interview a few years ago, he said, 'the truth is yes--you do have these standby provisions, and the plans are here . . . whereby you could, in the name of stopping terrorism . . . evoke the military and arrest Americans and put them in detention camps.' They DO exist." The government built internment camps as early as WWII. The federal government has a role in our society, but they shouldn't be trusted unconditionally at all. That is why governments at all levels are limited in what they can't and can do by the U.S. Constitution including the Bill of Rights. As President George Washington put it, "Government is not reason; it is not eloquence; it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master." We should keep our eyes open to make sure that we protect our liberties and expose these internment camps existing in our land.

There is a new pro-life documentary called "Blood Money." A group of filmakers have completed this work. It will expose the evil, terrible reality of abortion. It definitely focuses on how the abortion industry is a multimillion dollar indusry. It interviews leaders of the pro-life movement that expose how abortion and its industry effects women negatively. It covers Roe V. Wade, Planned Parenthood, and the scientific fact that life starts up at conception. Abortion effecting women in evil ways is exposed in the documentary as well. The director of the film is David K. Kyle. Kyle said that the money part of abortion keep coming up and that iswhy he didn't name the title of the documentary as "The American Holocaust." Kyle said that he did the film since that issue of abortion was not significantly exposed by the media. He worked with John Zipp, who is the producer of the movie. Kyle also worked with Steve and Michael Peroutka, who are pro-life activists in Maryland. The film will be finished by the end of September since it's in post-production. Pro-abortion proponents won't talk about the money side of abortion. People are getting millions of dollars via the murder of innocent babies. Women have suffer emotional distress and other side effects from abortion for years. The film wants pro-life people to do something in motivation. The documentary also talks about folks waking up and leaving the pro-abortion side. One person is Carol Everette, who used to run abortion mills in Dallas. Now, Everette is a pro-life speaker who advocates the rights of unborn children. In the preview for the movie released Friday on Youtube, Everette says, "We would give them [young girls] a low-dose birth control pill they would get pregnant on or a defective condom. Our goal was 3-5 abortions for every girl between the ages of thirteen and eighteen." "Blood Money" doesn't have a distributor yet. That is why Kyle wants people to register at the website or watch a preview on Youtube to outline their support for their movie (especially since 250,000 to 300,000 people come to D.C. every January for the pro-life march). Many hard hitting pro-life films are coming forward from Maafa 21 to "Blood Money." Abortion is murder and indeed relates to blood money.


There is a issue of religious. A judge refuses to sen a teenage Christian girl back to her Muslim parents. There is a judge from Florida hearing arguments about a young Christian who ran away from her Muslim parents in Ohio. The young girl claims that her father allegedly threatened to kill her , because she converted to Christianity. Now, the parents of the girl want her returned to Ohio imediately. The 17 year old girl is named Fathima Rifqa Bary. She is an honor student and a cheerleader that was raised in a Muslim household from Columbus, Ohio. She became a Christian 4 years ago. It occured by the interactions with children at school. Bary is a native from Sri Lanka. She claimed that her family was going to kill her in an honor killing, so she hitchhiked to a bus station and ran away from home on July 19. She said that her father severely beat her many times. In the Islamic tradition, a honor killing is the killing of a person who is believed to have brought dishonor to his or her family. John Stemberg, who is an attorney representing the teen said that the Columbus area is densely populated with Muslims that have connections with radical Islam and al-Qaeda. Wafa Sultan, a Syrian-born psychiatrist, human rights activist and author, wrote on JihadWatch.org that the case ‘highlights the danger of creeping jihad in the Western world. This is not only because of the imminent danger the teenage girl may face right here in the U.S., had the court decided to have her return to her parents’ home, but also because of the mainstream media’s weak response to the severity of this case.’ Dr. Phyllis Chesler, author of ‘Are Honor Killings Simply Domestic Violence?’ told Fox News Bary’s life will be in danger if she is forced to return to her parents. Dr. Chesler believes that anyone leaving Islam is considered an apostate and apostacy is a capital crime. Muslim girls are murdered for far less in Muslim theocracies indeed. The truth is that the girls' parents are Muslims and they deny abusing her, yet the girl claims otherwise. The U.N. finds that 5,000 honor killing occur yearly worldwide. Some even occur in America. One case was when a Muslim TV network founder was charged with beheading his wife. So, Fathima Rifqa Bary has a right to be a Christian as this is apart of her religious liberty rights. I believe she should stay in Florida if she is really in danger of her life. I believe her parents should see her sometime in the future, but with some type of supervision to make sure that nothing happens to Fathima.

Triple helix DNA has been created by sicentists. This is when one strand beinds to a B form DNA double helix through Hoogsteen or a reversed Hoogsteen hydrogen bonds. Biotechnology companies are investigating this issue. The Scientific American's Peter E. Nielsen have written about the possibility of a triple helix used to design a new molecule of life. In 1987 the late Claude Hélène, then at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, and Peter B. Dervan of the California Institute of Technology independently demonstrated that the triple helix structure could indeed be exploited to design oligonucleotides (DNA strands about 15 nucleotides long) that read the sequence in double-stranded DNA and bind their Hoogsteen complementary target. These developments are certainly related to transhumanism since transhumanists obsess with the idea of genetic manipulation. ne of the earliest proponents of transhumanism according to Eric Steinhart was Jesuit Pierre Theilhard de Chardin.

It's kind of ironic, but not suprising that Custance Cumbey would praise Ted Kennedy while acknowledging his flaws. She said that may he rest in peace. Even though I don't agree with Eric Jon Phelp on racial issues, he is right to talk about Ted Kennedy's apostacy and errors. Eric Jon Phelps certainly write about Ted Kennedy's real history. He wasn't accepting of real Christianity, but the Papacy. This doesn't mean I will revel in his death. His death was tradegy and even the Bible says that God doesn't wish anyone to go Hell, but people do go into Hell. The good news is that Ted Kennedy's life and death is a lesson for us to how we shouldn't live our lives. Everyone reading these words are alive and have a chance to go to Heaven. As Eric said, Ted Kennedy was an adulterer (George Greene in a video accused Edward Kennedy of trying to have sex with his daughter), a liar, once was a drunkard and a murderer. Edward Kennedy is representative of the liberal side of the political Hegelian Dialetic of American politics (while the other side is the Vatican-influenced, CNP, CFR, and Masonic controlled Republican Party). Even the Papal Knights of Malta and the Knights of Columbus influence both sides today. They permit agitation while the ultimate government policy would be controlled and pro-elite. Even Ted admitted that he allowed his personal aide Mary Joe Kopechne to die. Kopechne didn't even recieved an autopsy, which is in violation of state law. He was silent on his brothers' assassination (who are John and Robert Kennedy). Edward Kennedy was strongly anti-Second Amendment and of course support the murder of unborn children or abortion. Some are exploiting Edward Kennedy's death as an excuse to promote the Obama Health Care bill, which is sick. Fundamentally, I agree with him on some issues and I disagree with with him on other issues.



By Timothy

1 comment:

Chuck Close said...

What you are lookin for is inside you, and, if you want the Kingdom of Heaven, you got it here, now.