Sunday, March 31, 2013

Exxon Pipeline Ruptures in Arkansas and spills into Conway Lake !

Authorities are evacuating at least 50 homes after a crude oil pipeline ruptured     near Mayflower, spilling oil into Lake Conway.
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management spokesman Brandon Morris said an Exxon pipeline ruptured on Friday afternoon. He said authorities have since stopped the leak.
Morris said a small amount of oil was released into Lake Conway, but it wasn't clear exactly how much.
Morris said authorities are evacuating homes in a subdivision near where the pipeline ruptured.
A spokeswoman for ExxonMobil says she was looking into the incident.



                         http://www.wral.com/oil-leaks-into-ark-lake-after-pipeline-ruptures/12284484/

The Time And What Must Be Done (Lecture Series)



                             

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Lets Be Clear ..Hollywood Is Trying To Tell You Something!!!


3D Printed Guns (Documentary) Make Guns In Your House.

"This is a story about the rapid evolution of a technology that has forced the American legal system to play catch up. Cody Wilson, a 24 year old University of Texas Law student, is an advocate for the open source production of firearms using 3D printing technology. This makes him a highly controversial figure on both sides of the gun control issue." - VICE

Cody R Wilson has figured out how to print a semi-automatic rifle from the comfort of his own home. Now he's putting all the information online so that others will join him.
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This is a story about the rapid evolution of a technology that has forced the American legal system to play catch up. Cody Wilson, a 25 year old University of Texas Law student, is an advocate for the open source production of firearms using 3D printing technology. This makes him a highly controversial figure on both sides of the gun control issue. MOTHERBOARD sat down with Cody in Austin, Texas to talk about the constitution, the legal system, and to watch him make and test-fire a 3D-printed gun.

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Edited by Chris O'Coin 

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Lights, Camera ,Fiction !! (Truth About T.V. News)

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                                         It's Called Manufacturing Consent .....Wake Up Sheeple!!

Saturday, March 23, 2013

US requests $49 Million to renovate Gitmo instead of shutting down


                               Where Is You Mainstream Media reporting the 46 day Hunger Strike in a Illegal Prison That Obama said he was going to close in his 1st year??? Ohhh That's right Kim Kardashian is pregnant !!!!

Friday, March 22, 2013

Iran threatens to destroy Tel Aviv, Haifa if Israel attacks


                                         Time To Dust Off Your Phil Collins Records Ladies & Gentlemen ...."I Can Feel It Coming In The Air Tonite".

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The "6th" Letter Ep Nominated @ IMA's (Independent Music Awards)

                                                                


                                             MC Friction - The "6th" Letter - Urban EP
                                             MC Friction - "The Cure" - Rap/Hip-Hop Song



http://www.independentmusicawards.com/ima/2013/12th-annual-independent-music-awards-nominees-announced/

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Monday, March 18, 2013

Farrakhan Rebukes The Media In The Bahamas For Slandering His Words To College Students.





Louis farrakhan has to set the record straight before leaving Nassau, Bahamas, after a local newspaper allegedly put a spin on his words, making it seem that Peter Nygard, fashion mogul, had experienced his wrath. Keod Smith lambasts Louis Bacon for lying to the Audobon society about leading the Bahamian people in saving Clifton Cay. He also chides the Tribune newspaper for twisting zminister farrakhan's words to make it seem as if he is against Peter Nygard when he was a guest at his home.

Press Conference In Full


                                  Farrakhan : Bahamas TV Report

                                           http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC-67mMeLA4

                                                          Bahamas Press News Article


                    



       

Thursday, March 14, 2013

New ‘Monsanto Protection Act’ Gives Monsanto Power Over US Government !


There truly is no rest for the wicked, and Monsanto is at war once again against health conscious consumers with the latest ‘Monsanto Protection Act‘, managing to sneak wording into the latest Senate legislation that would give them blanket immunity from any USDA action regarding the potential dangers of their genetically modified creations while under review. The USDA would be unable to act against any and all new GMO crops that were suspected to be wreaking havoc on either human health or the environment.
It’s a legislative weapon that could be passed as early as next week if we don’t gather enough support to force our Senators to eliminate the section. It all started in the late hours of Monday night, when lobbyists working for the Monsanto-fronted biotechnology industry managed to slide a ‘rider’ (through the deceptively worded Farmer Assurance Provision, Sec. 735) into the Senate Continuing Resolution spending bill that is currently on the table of the Senate.
massive petition to stop what has been labeled as the ‘Monsanto Protection Act’ has been launched by Food Democracy Now, detailing what could come if the legislation is signed into law within the coming days or weeks:
If approved, the Monsanto Protection Act would force the USDA to allow continued planting of any GMO crop under court review, essentially giving backdoor approval for any new genetically engineered crops that could be potentially harmful to human health or the environment.

Monsanto Protection Act Trumps US Government


Federal courts would be powerless to regulate the sale and even cultivation of illegal and dangerous GMO crops, succumbing instead to the power of the biotech industry and Monsanto. The same threat we faced last summer during the initial emergence of this act. During that time, we saw major groups assemble against the act, from national farm institutions to food safety titans. The Center for Food Safety, the National Family Farm Coalition, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the Sierra Club, and the Union of Concerned Scientists all came together to speak out against the incognito bombshell slipped into the 2012 Farm Bill and the 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill.
And now Monsanto is back at it.
Thus, it is imperative that we peacefully kick Monsanto out of the Senate and back into the alleyways of Washington D.C., and let it be known that any politician who sides with Big Biotech will not be staying in the Senate for much longer.

Sign the Petition Now



Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/new-monsanto-protection-act-gives-monsanto-power-over-us-government/#ixzz2NWQtXAeo

Monday, March 11, 2013

California Approves $24 Million For Gun Confiscation Program




The California Senate approved a $24-million expenditure on Thursday to speed the confiscation of guns from people who have been disqualified from owning firearms because of criminal convictions or serious mental illness.
Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) said budget cuts to the Department of Justice have hampered a program that targets people who purchased firearms legally but were later disqualified because of a subsequent conviction or determination of mental illness.
As a result of the cuts, there is a backlog of 19,000 people who have improper possession of more than 40,000 guns, including 1,600 assault weapons, and the number is increasing faster than their firearms can be confiscated.
"The mountain continues to grow," Leno said. "This is a serious and immediate threat to our public safety."
 
Democrats certaintly seem to be pushing the gun control agenda aren't they?  It's all a game though.  You hate democrats, you vote repubican, you hate republicans you vote democrat, repeat, repeat, repeat.  -Mort

Friday, March 8, 2013

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Troops Deployed Ahead of Economic Collapse & Gun Confiscation

The economic collapse, and ensuing civil unrest is coming - or so we've been told. Why else would Homeland Security buy up more than 2 billion bullets, purchase more than 2700 tanks and stock pile weaponry all while government white papers outline preparations for a martial law containment of society?

Ahead of that breakdown of society, Washington and the powers that control it have deployed troops across America to train for domestic operation and acclimate the public to their presence. The friendlies, engaging in benign and innocuous activities, will foster trust among the people and let down their guard when things go dark later. It is classic psyops at work.

In that context, we see an acceleration of National Guard and regular Army troops used at public sporting events, in crowd control at festivals and operating with police in law enforcement checkpoints, all in violation of Posse Comitatus. Small examples of this have been occurring regularly in Texas, with a National or State Guard presence at Kite Festivals, Texas Independence celebrations and other public events.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Kgoi4TT9r9Y#!

Thursday, March 7, 2013

5 Best Countries to Move to Before Collapse of the West

It's been two-and-a-half years since we posted a similar article to this. In just that short time, the national average gas price has gone up from $2.86/gallon to $3.72/gallon, a 30% increase. This is our updated list of where to bug out to.

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That which mathematically cannot continue will not continue. Western countries, led by the United States and Europe, are in deep economic trouble. Massive debt levels are strangling their economies, and once great nations like Greece and Spain have been reduced to third-world status with staggering unemployment levels and almost daily violent riots.

Those that say it can't happen in the US are dead wrong. The value of the dollar has been slowly eroded over a century, but now that decline has accelerated and is destroying the savings of hard-working honest Americans. This erosion in dollar value is also threatening the reign of the dollar as the world reserve currency.

The ramifications if it is dropped as the reserve currency should not be underestimated, especially by Americans. At this stage of the game, the dollar only has value because of its supply and demand. A tsunami of supply has been flooding the banks since the 2008 financial crisis, while the global demand is dwindling as nations like the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India & China) have begun internal trading without dollars.

Meanwhile, Western nations (NATO) are entangled in endless wars that have nothing to do with protecting their nations. The so-called war on terrorism has led to spending huge sums of tax dollars building Big Brother control grids within these countries. In turn, any sense of civil liberties or individual freedom citizens had at one time is being snuffed out for perceived security.

It's been two-and-a-half years since we posted a similar article to this, 5 Best Countries to Escape America's Decline. In just that short time, the national average gas price has gone up from $2.86/gallon to $3.72/gallon, a 30% increase. Whose savings or wages went up by that amount?


Besides the threat from inflation, for the past two years Western governments have been operating on a "crisis management" approach, applying band-aids to a festering disease and they're running out of band-aids. 

In other words, it's obvious that the United States and the West more generally are headed in the wrong direction for anyone who cares about peace, liberty, and economic stability.

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Some say it's cowardly or unpatriotic to abandon a sinking ship and escape to a better setting. Some say it's important to stay and fight the corrupt system. Yet it can't be denied that collapse is coming whether it happens in slow motion or abrupt upheaval. The ship is sinking and the corrupt system will collapse with or without you as a passenger. No amount of fighting can stop its inertia.

Luckily, there are some nations that still value these principles and moving to them is not nearly as difficult as you may think. It starts with making a simple decision to live by your principles and find a pleasant and accepting environment to spend your limited time on this planet. Do you want to be stuck in negativity while the system collapses around you?  Or do you want to be surrounded by joy, peace, and freedom?

Some changes have been made to our previous list of desirable locations. The criteria for determining the best safe haven countries has remained: social stability, economic freedom and opportunity, freedom of self-expression, relative self-sufficiency, reasonable cost of living, ease of visas and residency, and insulation to Western collapse.

Here is our updated list of the 5 best countries to move to before the West collapses:

Chile
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The secret is out about the opportunities in Chile. Two of the most renowned "escape artists", the Sovereign Man Simon Black and the Dollar Vigilante Jeff Berwick, both agree that Chile is the best country to escape to. Each is developing vast expat communities in Chile (SovereignValley.com and GaltsGulchChile.com). Chile is a fully developed country with modern cities and a rich countryside with stunning views of the Andes mountains from almost any location. Wikipedia tells the whole story; "Chile is one of South America's most stable and prosperous nations, a recognized middle power and an emerging economy. It leads Latin American nations in human development, competitiveness, income per capita, globalization, state of peace, economic freedom, and low perception of corruption.  It also ranks high regionally in sustainability of the state."

Chile maintains a lower cost of living than North America especially for rent and fresh food. Americans can get a tourist visa (good for 90 days) on entry to Chile for a cost of $160.  Residency requirements in Chile are relatively flexible. Escapees can qualify for a Chilean Retirement and/or Income Visa by proving an income of between $500-$1000/month. Entrepreneurs can get residencyby starting a business and foreigners can easily get a visa by working for a Chilean company.

Uruguay
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Uruguay was number one on our list last time around and it's a close second this time. Uruguay, also in South America, is considered one of the freest, most libertarian countries in the world. This small peaceful country has the charm of Europe, modern infrastructure, a stable economy with agricultural self-sufficiency, world-class tourism activities, and a healthy banking system. Uruguay maintains the highest nominal GDP per capita in South America. The banking system in Uruguay still has some privacy protections (though less than in the recent past) and attracts many foreign investors including slews of Argentinians who are escaping their current inflation crises. While personal use of all drugs is already decriminalized in Uruguay, it is set to become the first nation to officially legalize cannabis. Finally, Uruguay is striving for energy independence through renewable sources by 2015 which adds to its overall stability.

Living costs are much lower than the United States, especially for rent, health care and food. Americans can buy real estate and own businesses, and they have a free automatic 90-day visa to explore Uruguay. For residency, expats only need to have a proof-of-income of $500/mth to qualify.

Thailand
Thailand is a beautiful peaceful country with a rich Buddhist culture, an excellent climate, and has the lowest cost of living on this list. Thailand is technically a kingdom with harsh laws against speaking ill of the royal family, yet there's a significant amount of personal freedom on the ground due to the country's organized chaos. Food and trinket kiosks, taxis and most small businesses are regulated by the word-of-mouth free market as opposed to government restrictions. This newly industrialized country is welcoming to Western expats who can enjoy a high level of modern comfort for much cheaper than almost anywhere else in the world with great food and $10 massages. Thailand also has world-class health care for pennies on the dollar compared to America. The beach town of Phuket, the comfortable city of Chiang Mai and small towns like Pai have become very popular with expats. Thailand is a great central hub to explore the rest of Southeast Asia.

Foreigners cannot technically buy property in Thailand, but they can buy condos through contracts that act similar to 50-year renewable leases. Americans are given a 30-day tourist visa upon arrival and it's easy to get extended visas for a small fee. Retirees can get residency by proving around $2000/mth income only after they stay on extended visas for a couple of years. 

Malaysia
Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia is the most developed country in Southeast Asia besides the city-state of Singapore. Malaysia has a booming economy, a well-educated population, excellent infrastructure, fantastic public transportation, and nearly everyone speaks English. It's capital, Kuala Lumpur, is one of the most affordable and cleanest modern cities in the world. Wikipedia says Malaysia has "one of the best economic records in Asia" which is "relatively open state-oriented" but with the state having a "declining role in guiding economic activity".  Malaysia has had a self-sufficient economy well before their tourism explosion in recent years. Now it is one of the most optimistic countries to be in.  Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures and religions living in complete harmony with each other and offering diverse foods and festivals. Forbes named Malaysia the 3rd best country in the world to retire in 2013.

The cost of living is not quite as low as Thailand, but significantly cheaper that North America, Europe, or neighboring Singapore. Fully-furnished 3BR apartments in Penang (highly desirable area) are around $650/mth. Foreigners can open bank accounts easily with just a passport and proof of a local address, they can own property (a rarity in the region) and run a business.  Free 90-day visas are given on arrival and they aren't too strict about quick border runs to renew them. Residency can be gotten through starting a business, getting a job, or showing a bank deposit of $50,000 for retirees.

Mexico
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Yes, Mexico. Not Ecuador, Costa Rica, or Panama like everyone else would say (although those deserve honorable mention). Panama uses the US dollar, Costa Rica's bureaucracy can't get out of its own way the last few years, and Ecuador is politically unstable and cheap for a reason. Mexico has gotten a lot of horrible press because of violence from the war on drugs, but that typically occurs in isolated areas and will begin to simmer down from the growing liberation of marijuana north of the border. Mexico is a large country with many stable attractive places for expats to live peacefully and ride out any economic storm comfortably. Mexico is an economic powerhouse and, although they rely heavily on trade with North America, they maintain a high level of food and energy self-sufficiency and have a much freer economy than the US. Also, Mexico's national debt is about 43% of its GDPcompared to America's 106% debt-to-GDP.  Healthcare is an entirely free-market system with both public and private options for a fraction of US prices but with similar high-quality care.

Mexico's cost of living is significantly lower than North America with average rents being around $500 for a 3BR house. Americans are given 180-day (6-month) visas on arrival and can easily get extended rentista visas with proof of monthly income of $1,000 for an individual and $500 for each dependent.


http://www.activistpost.com/2013/03/5-best-countries-to-move-before.html

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Off The Chart...Wealth Distribution In America!!


It certainly would be possible to greatly reduce the power of the federal government and greatly reduce the power of the big corporations at the same time, but this is so "outside the box" for most people that they cannot even conceive of doing such a thing.
We need to create an environment where individuals and small businesses can thrive once again.  But instead, most of us are content to continue "playing the game" and getting enslaved in even more debt.

Barack "The Executor" Obama


Obama's new "Executive Order 13524 -- Amending Executive Order 12425" grants the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) "rights" on American soil that place it beyond the reach of our own law enforcement agencies, such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)! 



 President Obama quietly signed an executive order that makes an international police force immune from the restraints of American law.On Wednesday, however, for no apparent reason, President Obama issued an executive order removing the Reagan limitations. That is, Interpol’s property and assets are no longer subject to search and confiscation, and its archives are now considered inviolable. This international police force (whose U.S. headquarters is in the Justice Department in Washington) will be unrestrained by the U.S. Constitution and American law while it operates in the United States and affects both Americans and American interests outside the United States.

"NDAA 2012, according to rights experts, codified martial law. Award-winning journalist Chris Hedges sued the U.S. government over NDAA 2012, calling it ‘corporate fascism.' NDAA 2013, according to legal experts this week,strengthened the former act. By failing to veto NDAA 2012, and signing it on New Years Eve,President Obama compromised national security and the rule of law, according to Raha Wala, advocacy counsel for Human Rights First. There is consequently little hope Obama will veto NDAA 2013, although appeal is being lodged for him to do so."

"The dam is just about to break on our economy, and I think when it does, there's going to be a major disruption of the distribution of food," he added. "And I think what you'll see particularly in the inner cities is you will see riots, civil unrest that ultimately might justify MARTIAL LAW... I think those people that are not in the major cities are going to be far better off, but it could actually justify martial law," Boykin continued. "And I'm praying that we will not see that kind of collapse, we won't see a disruption of the distribution of food in America. That's probably the single biggest problem."




"Tonight... we shine the spotlight on an executive order that the White House was hoping that you would never learn about. Now, the President signed the National Defense Resources Preparedness [NDRP] executive order late Friday afternoon. And since that time, now the measure has been virtually ignored by the mainstream media. Now, the order essentially gives the president of the United Statesabsolute power over any and all American resourcesduring both times of peace and national crisis. Now, this includes, but it's not limited to food and livestock, water, plants, energy, health resources, transportation and construction materials and gives the government the ability to, quote, 'control the general distribution of any material, including applicable services in this civilian market.'"

According to press reports, "A White House order updating federal emergency powers has raised alarm among some conservative commentators, and U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams, that President Barack Obama is attempting to grab unconstitutional powers."