Thursday, April 12, 2012

Light Ship UFO Sighting
Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

UPDATED 4/18/12: Iceland Forgives the Mortgage Debt
 of its Population

The Ideology Of Catastrophe

Pascal Bruckner
The Wall Street Journal, 10 April 2012

A time-honored strategy of cataclysmic discourse, whether performed by preachers or by propagandists, is the retroactive correction. This technique consists of accumulating a staggering amount of horrifying news and then—at the end—tempering it with a slim ray of hope. First you break down all resistance; then you offer an escape route to your stunned audience.

As an asteroid hurtles toward Earth, terrified citizens pour into the streets of Brussels to stare at the mammoth object growing before their eyes. Soon, it will pass harmlessly by—but first, a strange old man, Professor Philippulus, dressed in a white sheet and wearing a long beard, appears, beating a gong and crying: "This is a punishment; repent, for the world is ending!"

We smile at the silliness of this scene from the Tintin comic strip "L'√Čtoile Myst√©rieuse," published in Belgium in 1941. Yet it is also familiar, since so many people in both Europe and the United States have recently convinced themselves that the End is nigh. Professor Philippulus has managed to achieve power in governments, the media and high places generally. Constantly, he spreads fear: of progress, science, demographics, global warming, technology, food. In five years or in 10 years, temperatures will rise, Earth will be uninhabitable, natural disasters will multiply, the climate will bring us to war, and nuclear plants will explode.

Man has committed the sin of pride; he has destroyed his habitat and ravaged the planet; he must atone.

My point is not to minimize our dangers. Rather, it is to understand why apocalyptic fear has gripped so many of our leaders, scientists and intellectuals, who insist on reasoning and arguing as though they were following the scripts of mediocre Hollywood disaster movies.

Subtle as a Brick

Subtle as a brick and very very funny...photonic graffiti?  Its not like it destroys property does it? Can't get arrested for vandalism because photons are every bit as ephemeral as the free speech they can contain!  OWS needs a laser machine that projects text and images. Saw one of those once at Stone Mountain Georgia glorifying Confederate Generals on that massive granite cliff face.  Oh this leads to all kinds of possibilities and interesting night time protests! Rent a blimp and project that protest on the 30 Rockefeller Plaza! There's got to be lots of young physicists in OWS that could quickly cook up some sort of laser device!

David Icke posted these images to his web site.  I lived in England for 2 years of my adult life.  Usually its us Americans, yes us "rude bloody Yanks", who are known bluntness. Something about both Yanks and Aussies that is highly irreverent.  But this is from a Brit in the land of stiff upper lips suffering in silence while kissing Royal asses!  It just isn't done!

Well, why not I suppose?  It's clear the usual protesting is pretty much a joke these days in the eyes of the elites with "free speech zones", city public permitting processes for organized protests, busting young people's heads in the name of "sanitation and public health" and police agents provocateurs busting up property and blaming it on protesters as in Oakland.

Time for the unconventional. Time for performance art as protest.  Icke dishes that new  form of protest in spades in these photos of  a recent night time stunt on Parliament.

Please circulate far and wide ...
This is the link to send:

There are topics on David Icke's site that I can't find evidence for, but most of what he writes about the Cabal has factual evidence.  I allow for things that I can't yet grasp as being possible (or not). I don't expect everyone to believe what I believe so don't hold me to David Icke's views, they are his own and he has every right to express them.  He is clearly a man of his convictions.

The Middle Path

Got this from a friend, thought it was worth posting:

L. writes:

Jack Kornfield is one of the leading Buddhist teachers in the West. He has lived and taught with many Christian monks, nuns, Jewish mystics, Hindu saints, Sufi teachers and leaders in the transpersonal psychology . From this rich experience , he has now written a moving and fascinating work about how the modern spiritual journey unfolds, and the difficulties even the most dedicated people encounter – whatever their faith.

It is incredible the history that reveals itself in the abuses of such a peaceful teaching as the Buddha. Unfortunately, the teachings of people like Jesus, Buddha, Socrates have been turned into religious dogmas with rules and regulations telling people how they should and should not worship. He calls it spiritual materialism. The same elements of human nature exist in the spiritual as well as the material  world, all ready to compete for dominance, control, power, and money. On the other hand there are many wonderful people living simple and rewarding lives. He says the sacred is found in the ordinary.

Idealism seems to be the biggest danger in religion, trying to reach an unreachable standard, and glorifying religious enlightenment and experience. The only perfection can be found in the imperfect. Ideals should inspire us to surpass ourselves. Ideals are tools for inspiration not realities within themselves. Buddha, saint, or sage pure human beings don’t exist. The following are a few examples in his book:

In awakening our whole sense of identity shifts. We let go of our small sense of self and enter the unbounded consciousness out of which we come. What becomes known with absolute certainty is that we are not and never have been separate from the world. It is as if our heart, our knowing, expands further and further until we contain everything, until we are the world.

When our identity expands to include everything, we find a peace with the dance of the world. The ocean of life rises and falls within us – birth and death, joy and pain, it is all ours and our heart is full and empty, large enough to  embrace it all.

Urgency on Reactor No. 4 at Fukushima

From Ben Fulford's blog:
Urgency on reactor no. 4 at Fukushima

Dear Benjamin

I have seen a report of a former Japanese ambassador warning the UN  That if reactor no. 4 at Fukushima collapses, then it could mean a  Catastrophe not just for Japan, but for the world.

Please read this if you haven't already, and bring it to the attention Of your colleagues at the WDS if need be,



Matsumura is a shill for the cabal. I and three colleagues have each personally checked for radiation in dozens of locations in Tokyo, Gunma, Chiba, Ibaraki, Nagano etc. And never found anything except normal background radiation. It is fear mongering by the cabal . I live 200 kilometers from Fukushima and am not in the least bit worried. 

Benjamin Fulford.

I don't know about you but I trust a man on the ground with a Geiger counter more than I do CNN.  After all it was CNN who told us Saddam Hussein was importing yellow cake uranium from Niger prior to the Iraq war.  If there's a danger, its first for the Japanese and then those of us on the West Coast of the USA.

Radiation kills usually by destroying the stem cells in the bone marrow destroying the immune system. In the end its all about the immune system and fear can devastate the immune system too. The father of a friend of mine was a Harley Street doctor in London. He's spent years organizing medical care and aid for people near Chernobyl. Amazing man really. Much of that medicine involves bone marrow transplants. The body needs stem cells to repair  itself.

The USA was irradiated for years in the 50s and 60s by 131 atmospheric tests of atomic weapons and another 820 underground tests (that we know about). Did it increase cancer rates?  Probably. The government hasn't really said. The base rate of atmospheric radiation has gone up over the years.  The British once carved out piece of a  sunken WWII submarine off Scotland just so they could determine what  the natural background radiation baseline was prior to the atomic age.  Nobody thought to measure it back then.  I discovered not too long ago there was an atomic test 200 miles off shore from San Diego in the  early 1960s.  Nobody talks about that round here.

People who live in the Rocky Mountains or another granite rich region are exposed to small doses of radiation daily. Do you really want that granite counter-top?  Probably won't make much difference on your life span, but a Geiger counter can pick it up. Radon gas is an issue in other areas.  Then there's the issue of fish, assuming there is as much radiation in the Pacific Ocean as the media is screaming there is, what fish are in danger? I'd assume that plutonium, uranium and other heavy metals are going to be in the fish like Tuna and Swordfish which also concentrate mercury being at the top of the food chain.  Salmon eat krill shrimp, its what makes them pink.

I found this curious, why would the British create a dinner plate like this? The UK is a long ways from Japan. More propaganda?
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