Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Senator Bernie Sanders ~ A Presedential Candidate For The People


Now this is what I'm talking about. People who have been around the block that are getting it right. Politicians and musicians. What a great combination and how cool is it to be free of hearing the cacophony of the corporate mouth pieces with their irritating repetition of political cliches like moving forward, on the table, at the end of the day, reaching across the aisle, & obamacare. but I digress, ...woops another one...G%


The Donald loses his campaign soundtrack to a hippie from Vermont

  Consequence Of Sound

by Ben Kaye on June 22, 2015, 8:58am

Unsurprisingly, Donald Trump’s presidential campaign kicked off like the joke that it is. The billionaire reality TV mogul came out in front of a crowd of partially paid supporters to Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World” (and while riding down on an escalator, no less). Beyond the fact that the song is actually a critique of Republican George H. W. Bush’s presidency and the social policies that lead to income inequality, Trump’s use of the song was inappropriate because Young never gave him permission. Young said in a statement that Trump “was not authorized to use ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’ in his presidential candidacy announcement.” The statement added that, “Neil Young, a Canadian citizen, is a supporter of Bernie Sanders for President of the United States of America.” Trump’s camp claimed they paid both ASCAP and BMI for rights to the song, but would cease from using it out of respect to Young. The singer, meanwhile, out of respect to his own political beliefs, has turned around and given Trump’s opponent Sanders permission to use “Rockin’ in the Free World”. Sanders, the Democratic candidate from Vermont, walked out to the track at a rally in Denver attended by an overflow audience of 4,500 people. Folks were reportedly standing in the atrium and lacrosse fields outside the auditorium to hear Sanders speak; as far as we know, none of them were paid to be there.

Sunday, June 07, 2015

Explosion at WTC 2 approximately 5 seconds after impact



This is approximately 5 seconds after impact. 

               How much energy is required to melt steel columns so quickly?

Sunday, May 17, 2015

*UPDATE* May 17, 2015 Hardin Montana jail: How Private Prison Developers Prey on Desperate Towns

*UPDATE* May 17, 2015

I have returned to this article to find that both videos are not available

Do you remember when all of this was going on? It was over 5 years ago and nobody seems to be concerned about it. However, privatized industry is happening on an accelerated scale, and it concerns me that so much information is no longer on Youtube.

    <~~   The video that was here  

       is missing and has no information 

                as to why it is blocked 


Justin Elliott | October 12, 2009, 3:14PM

With the unraveling of the deal for the shadowy American Private Police Force to take over and populate an empty jail in Hardin, Montana, it's pretty clear that the small city got played by an ex-con and his (supposed) private security firm.

But an investigation by TPMmuckraker into how Hardin ended up with the 92,000 square foot facility in the first place suggests that, long before "low-level card shark" Michael Hilton ever came to town, Hardin officials had already been taken for a ride by a far more powerful set of players: a well-organized consortium of private companies headquartered around the country, which specializes in pitching speculative and risky prison projects to local governments desperate for jobs.

The projects have generated multi-million dollar profits for the companies involved, but often haven't created the anticipated payoff for the communities, and have left a string of failed or failing prisons in their wake.

"They look for an impoverished town that's desperate," says Frank Smith of the Private Corrections Institute, a Florida-based group that opposes prison privatization. "They come in looking very impressive, saying, 'We'll make money rain from the skies.' In fact, they don't care whether it works or not."


Privatized Prisons is a lucrative busine$$



Looking on Youtube...

This video now claims that my Youtube has been terminated.

Which is impossible because I just now visited it and am presently doing an update on it???



Here's what it looks like on my blog

Found the following article today

So will add this information to this post

Read more at DetentionWatch Network


Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Wazzup with the P5+1 ~ April Fools

Hailong Wu of China, Laurent Fabius of France, Frank-Walter Steinmeier of Germany, Federica Mogherini of the European Union, Javad Zarif of Iran, an unidentified official of Russia, Philip Hammond of the United Kingdom and John Kerry of the United States in the "Forum Rolex" auditorium of the EPFL Learning Centre, Écublens-Lausanne, Switzerland on 2 April 2015.

Source: wikipedia

 Why the GOP is Sabotaging the Iran Talks

 The Big Picture RT

Published on Apr 1, 2015

Jamal Abdi, National Iranian American Council (NIAC) & Gareth Porter, Manufactured Crisis: The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare join Thom Hartmann. The deadline has come and gone for a preliminary nuclear deal with Iran - and talks will now stretch into Wednesday. What are the chances the US and its partners actually reach an agreement with Iran? And why are Republicans really so eager to sabotage any rapprochment with the Islamic Republic?

  Iran Nuclear Deal: What Obama Would Say to Israelis | EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW | The New York Times

The New York Times

Published on Apr 6, 2015

President Obama responds to the question of what he would say to Israelis who are concerned about the tentative nuclear deal with Iran. This is an excerpt of a full video interview.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Forty-Seven Republican Traitors Drive US Towards Catastrophic Middle East War


Forty-Seven Republican Traitors Drive US Towards Catastrophic Middle East War 


 by Webster G. Tarpley 

Since the Republican Party of National Sabotage took over the House of Representatives, the US government has been subjected to the full range of domestic anarchy, with crises of default, government shutdown, the Satan sandwich, the sequester, and the threatened shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security. The GOP’s stock in trade has been revealed as chaos and ungovernability, in line with their Austrian slogan of “Government doesn’t work — elect us and we’ll prove it!” The same methods have been employed by the Supreme Court RATS cabal under the ideological leadership of Scalia. Now, with the Senate under GOP control, these reactionary anarchists are pursuing international anarchy. They seek a paralysis of US diplomacy which, whatever its content, is the only alternative to a general war over Ukraine, Syria, Iran, or some other issue. The GOP is intent on provocations: first they invited the desperate adventurer Netanyahu (who threatened to attack Iran if the US declined to do so), and now they have followed that with their #47Traitors letter to the Iranian government, which promises to sabotage any peace deal.

If all peace deals are blocked by the GOP saboteurs, the chances of war are greatly increased. If all US executive agreements not passed by the senate are called into question (think of FDR’s emergency destroyers for bases deal with the UK is September 1940), then US foreign relations will be reduced to a chaos sure to be more dangerous than the current status quo. If there are forces in Iran opposed to a modus vivendi, these forces will surely be strengthened, again making war more likely. If the talks fail, the US will be blamed, but Americans should pass that blame on to the GOP scoundrels. Already we may be seeing the French warmonger foreign minister Fabius encouraged by the GOP in his own wrecking operation.

Despite the impression which Netanyahu and the Republicans are eager to convey, the current talks involve Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council (Russia, China, Britain, France, US) plus Germany. These other powers should now retaliate against the GOP letter by exiting the US-imposed regime of economic sanctions, which they were very foolish to agree to in the first place.

Read more at... Voltairenet

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Will U.S. let ‘bad things’ happen to Israel over Netanyahu’s 

 rejection of Palestinian state?

  By Joel Greenberg  March 20, 2015

McClatchy Foreign Staff

JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has yet to form a new government after his election victory this week, but already he faces what could be a substantial shift in relations with the United States. For the third straight day, the Obama administration signaled Friday that it remains furious at Netanyahu’s pre-election statement ruling out a Palestinian state while he is prime minister and that it will recalibrate its diplomatic approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Interviews that Netanyahu has given in recent days to try to walk back the no-Palestinian-state statement have not eased President Barack Obama’s anger, and a phone call between the two men on Thursday didn’t clarify Netanyahu’s position, White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters in Washington. “That was not the result of the call,” Earnest said. Netanyahu’s office did not announce that the call had taken place, a departure from custom. Earnest said Obama had used the same sort of language that Earnest himself has used in recent days to express his dismay at Netanyahu’s pre-election actions. Earnest’s comments left no reason to doubt a wire service report quoting an unnamed official that Obama had told Netanyahu “we will need to reassess our options following the prime minister’s new positions and comments regarding the two-state solution.” “When Prime Minister Netanyahu indicated a weakness in his commitment, and I think that’s putting it charitably, he was indicating a difference of opinion not just with President Obama, but with the policy that was pursued by President Bush, and the policy that is strongly supported by Democrats and Republicans in the United States Congress,” Earnest said. “If that policy foundation has been the driver of policy decisions that are made at the United Nations, it’s important for us to reconsider those kinds of decisions, now that our strongest ally in the Middle East has withdrawn from its commitment to that policy goal.” Read more at MClatchy News

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Viet Nam ~ Agemt Orange ~ Blue Water Navy Vets

                                      Read the whole article at www.Salem-News.com

Friday, February 20, 2015

War is a Racket that can't even be considered in today's world

Book of the Month: War Is a Racket | Jesse Ventura Off The Grid - Ora TV Jesse Ventura Published on Mar 28, 2014 Book of the Month: War Is a Racket | Jesse Ventura Off The Grid - Ora TV


General Butler's opinions about war are as true today as they were after WW1,when he made this speech. Our country has the largest military, the largest war budget, and the most nuclear armaments of any country on the planet. Of special note, we also have the largest national debt. If you can comprehend numbers larger than a trillion dollars, you can understand what Butler was saying about the banks

War is a Racket