marahfreedom

Archive for January 10th, 2012|Daily archive page

In the Dogg house: Snoop is arrested for marijuana possession after sniffer dog weeds out stash – by Mike Larkin – Last updated at 1:33 AM on 10th January 2012

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 10:41 am

Snooping around: Snoop Dogg, pictured here in 2007, was arrested for marijuana possession after a sniffer dog found his stash in Texas on Saturday

Snooping around: Snoop Dogg, pictured here in 2006, was arrested for marijuana possession after a sniffer dog found his stash in Texas on Saturday

He has courted controversy in recent weeks after apparently smoking a joint on stage and recording a music video where he sits next to a small mountain of marijuana.

But it seems Snoop Dogg’s obsession with the drug has came back to haunt him, as he has been arrested and charged after sniffer dog sniffed out his stash in his tour bus.

The 40-year-old rapper was arrested in Sierra Blanca, Texas after his transport was stopped at a Border Patrol checkpoint at 3am on Saturday.

Ironically it is the same checkpoint where country singer Willie Nelson was busted for possessing marijuana in 2010, who the hip hop star vigorously defended.

A Sheriff’s Office spokesman said: ‘During a routine check of U.S. citizenship the inspecting Border Patrol agent detected the odor of marijuana emitting from the inside of the vehicle and requested the driver to pull into the secondary inspection lane for further inspection.

‘The agent requested all subjects to exit the bus so that a canine working the checkpoint could conduct an inspection of the vehicle.

‘Upon entering the bus the canine alerted to a trashcan located at the rear of the vehicle where a red prescription bottle containing rolled marijuana cigarettes were located.

‘A further search produced two other containers containing marijuana weighing in all total of 0.130 lbs.’

And the rap legend did not try to pin the blame on someone else, according to the lawmen.

The spokesman added: ‘Calvin C. Broadus a.k.a. Snoop Dogg freely admitted that the marijuana belonged to him and he was placed under arrest by U.S. Border Patrol agents and detained

‘At approximately 4:00am Hudspeth County Sheriff’s Office was contacted and upon arrival, Mr. Broadus was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.’

He was released after being told he has to make a court appearance on or before January 20, 2012.

The Mail contacted Snoop’s representatives, but has yet to receive a response.

When Nelson was arrested at the same checkpoint in 2010 Snoop said: ‘They better leave Willie the f*** alone.’

Snoop has a long history of legal problems, including a 1993 murder charge, from which he was eventually acquitted, numerous convictions for marijuana possession and in 2007 he was given a given a three-year suspended sentence after pleading no contest to possessing a gun and drugs.

His arrest comes after he announced he wanted to speak to Barack Obama in a smoky room so he could ask him to legalise his favourite drug.

In an interview on Hot 99.5 he said: ‘Before I even said “Hi” to President Obama, I would change the aroma of the room.

‘And then we could start conversing after we had that aroma change. You know what I’m talking about?’

The arrest comes after her raised eyebrows by sitting with a giant stash what seemed to be the drug as he recorded a music video for Smokin’ On with his chum Wiz Khalifa.
Smokin’: Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa appeared to be in their element as they sat with a massive pile of ‘weed’ as they filmed a music video together

Smokin’: Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa appeared to be in their element as they sat with a massive pile of ‘weed’ as they filmed a music video together

He was so pleased he took to Twitter to boast about the copious quantity of the ‘weed,’ which he will no doubt argue was not the real thing and just a prop.

Linking to a picture of the small mountain of the green substance, he said: ‘Wat a trophy.’

He was recording the music video for the soundtrack song from his upcoming stoner comedy Mac and Devon Go to High School.

And the hunky hip-hop hero seemed to be intent on looking his best for the shoot, as before he started lip-syncing a lacky was seen giving his hair a final gentle tease before the take began.
He’s a big teaser: No doubt Saxon would approve of the finishing touches being made to Snoop’s barnet

He’s a big teaser: No doubt Saxon would approve of the finishing touches being made to Snoop’s barnet

Ready to go: Snoop’s chum lights up as they begin to lip-sync their performance for the video

He certainly seemed to be enjoying himself as he recorded the video, which he will no doubt be hoping will help fire interest in a film which was originally intended to be a direct-to-DVD release.

In the flick Wiz stars as senior valedictorian Devin who obsessed with academic success.

However her begins to loosen up after meeting Snoop Dogg’s Mac, a teenage student who is street smart, but under performs at school.

Of course copious amounts of marijuana aid the pair in their bonding sessions.
Bad boys: But the pair are starring together as a classic odd couple in the flick Mac and Devon Go To High School

Bad boys: But the pair are starring together as a classic odd couple in the flick Mac and Devon Go To High School

Here’s what other readers have said. Why not add your thoughts, or debate this issue live on our message boards.

The comments below have been moderated in advance.

This guy based his whole career around weed references. I can’t really blame the cops for targeting him.

– Bubba, Brooklyn, NY, USA, 10/1/2012 04:12
Rating   43

Looks like some banging chronic on the table… If he like’s burning tree’s thats his business,what’s the big deal,society has far more serious issue’s to deal with…

– Benny Hill, Bristol City….., 10/1/2012 02:12
Rating   178

Right, because a rich recording artist is a danger to the community. What nonesense!!!

– Anna, Miami, USA, 10/1/2012 02:01
Rating   155

It’s sad what America has become. Randomly stopped by the border patrol even though you’re not crossing any border. The next thing you know you’re in jail for some pot – so, it’s not really just a ‘routine check of US citizenship’ like they say. If that was the case there would be no reason to have a drug sniffing dog working the checkpoint. Regardless of what you think about pot this should upset anyone who believes in basic rights and freedoms.

– Pepper Sanchez, Tristan da Cunha, 10/1/2012 01:46
Rating   109

Some rolemodels huh..Money does not make you stand above the law as some daft people seems to believe.

– mark, south, 10/1/2012 01:41
Rating   77

Welcome to the stone age of Texas… SORRY!!! UR now SCREWED!

– Mark, Texas, where 79 people were murdered for believing in GOD!, 10/1/2012 00:23
Rating   65

That’s terrible, but not surprising. The south does not pretend to tolerate marijuana use. Texas especially will prosecute users of the herb the same as though they were violent criminals. While it isn’t right, they are quite open about their abusive laws and penalties. Someone with Snoop’s habits should stay in the friendlier states and keep a medical license. I wouldn’t advise Snoop to travel to Dubai either.

– Ann, CA, USA, 09/1/2012 23:42

[[[ *** RESPONSE *** ]]]

Snoop should use this opportunity (with all that wealth he has) to challenge the unconstitutionality of the charges, of the unconstitutionality of the ban on all organic psychedelics which are after all freely given in nature.

No group of people have a right to forbid any from using what is freely available or growing in nature. If the case fails (doubtful) as so many people do use organics, Snoop should demand that he be allowed to renounce the US citizenship and seek asylum in a country of his choice where organics are legal.

Do it Snoop, fight for democracy, for the right to use what Nature has given us for free! Don’t be a victim or a legal-system wuss Snopp, challenge the system on a Human Rights angle to use what nature has freely given mankind ! USA! USA! Pull a MLK on the system Snoop! Make them regret even daring to target you!

Advertisements

My life as a live nude girl How did this starry-eyed college grad from the Midwest end up working in a seedy Times Square peep show? By SHEILA McCLEAR Last Updated: 11:02 AM, July 21, 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 8:03 am

Sheila McClear, 30, was a college-educated girl from Michigan who came to New York in 2006, full of ambition. But despite her best efforts, she couldn’t find a job — and drifted into working for the peep shows in Midtown. Now a writer for the New York Post and the author of the forthcoming “The Last of the Live Nude Girls,” McClear tells the story of how she got from there to here.

I grew up in a small town, surrounded by cornfields, in a conservative household 20 miles outside of Flint, Mich. I attended both Catholic and Baptist churches. When I was a senior in high school, I had an 11 p.m. curfew, and my parents only allowed me to date — grudgingly — when I was 17. I was a late bloomer (I didn’t lose my virginity until I was almost 22), terribly uncomfortable with myself and painfully shy.

Astrid Stawiarz
McClear had big dreams, but hard times led her to work at peep shows like Gotham City.

I went to college at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where I studied costume design. While my fellow students were exploring their newfound freedom by partying, experimenting with drugs and sleeping around, I did none of these things.

Ever since I was a kid, I felt drawn to New York City.

I started reading the New Yorker when I was 12, and in college, I always kept up with what was happening in the city through magazines and media. After I graduated, I wanted to move to the Big Apple, but I couldn’t afford it, so I took a job as a reporter in Detroit until, one day, I read a review of a play in The New Yorker — and wrote a letter to the theater asking for a job.

One day, the costume designer called and offered me a chance to work backstage. I couldn’t believe it was that easy, even if the pay was only $125 a week for a two-month run.

When the play’s run ended, my savings were almost gone and I had to scramble for a new job. I was living in a flophouse on 99th and Broadway, and I could barely pay the $20-a-night rent.

I knew I ultimately wanted to be a writer, but right then it was all about day-to-day survival. I went on at least two dozen interviews to be a waitress or a hostess, but everyone wanted

at least two years “New York experience” and a head shot.

I signed up at eight temp agencies, which got me nowhere.

Like many college grads, I actually had very few marketable skills.

I had never properly learned Excel, or PowerPoint, or Photoshop. I applied to make coffee at Starbucks, sell clothes at American Apparel and bake cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery. No one

called. I worked the door at the Webster Hall nightclub for one night, and one night only, before the manager told me he’d pay me during my next shift but never called to give me another one

In New York, I learned, you needed an “in.”

I had a half-dozen college friends scattered across the five boroughs, but they were all struggling to get by, as well.

I had no ins.

Moving home wasn’t an option; I never even thought about it.

Eventually, I found a job telemarketing in a windowless room in Battery Park City for $12 an hour, where the boss paid us by personal check — if and when he felt like it. I was let go after less than a month, halfway through my shift, for failing to meet the quota. He’d been weeding out the weak and inefficient all week, and he was right to get rid of me; I was not very good at the job.

Astrid Stawiarz
McClear had big dreams, but hard times led her to work at peep shows like Gotham City.

By any reasonable standard, I was beginning to lose it.

Walking aimlessly down Eighth Avenue one afternoon on my way to apply for a job at the bar Latitude, I saw a neon sign advertising “LIVE GIRLS.” Underneath was a porn store called Gotham City Video, sandwiched between the bar and the headquarters of Gray Line Bus Tours.

I was fascinated by the honky-tonk idea of an actual peep show, hardly believing that they still existed. I imagined that the girls dressed up in pinup-style showgirl costumes every night. I walked in. Suddenly, I thought that throwing myself into the most extreme situation possible would shock me out of being the small-town hick I’d always felt like.

Under harsh fluorescent lighting showcasing a wall of sex toys, I asked the stern man behind the counter, wearing the store’s uniform bright yellow vests, if they were hiring girls. It was July, and I was sweating, my hair stuck to the sides of my face.

He looked me up and down. “You have ID?”

I handed him my passport.

“Fill out paperwork and put your name on the schedule,” he barked. I signed up for the ominous-sounding graveyard shift under the name “Chelsea,” which seemed as good a stage name as any; it had a nice girl-next-door ring to it. I told myself I probably wouldn’t show up.

But two weeks later, bleeding money, I walked in for a shift.

Soon enough, I had a black bobbed wig, a pair of cheap plastic stilettos and a booth of my own. I was 25 and had been living in New York for six months, and I was working in a peep show.

I had a somewhat innocent idea about what went on at the peep shows.

What I didn’t realize was how dark that world would be.

As a peep-show girl, my survival was based on hustling, convincing the neon-overdosed tourists, curious college boys, Mexican laborers and guilt-ridden street preachers — plus the natives, the sundry damaged goods of Times Square — to pay $35 to watch me take my clothes off, with the bare minimum of enthusiasm, behind glass. They stooped and genuflected to put money through the slot sawed into the red-painted booth.

To start a show, a man slid $10 into the bill reader, and a black plastic curtain ascended. It moved slowly, presenting the girl on the other side little by little, its motor wheezing and whirring as it struggled to raise itself yet again. When the show was over, the curtain went down just as slowly. Sometimes I waved farewell as the man on the other side of me disappeared from view. Sometimes the men panicked, reaching toward the glass, bending or kneeling to catch every last glimpse before I was gone.

McClear had big dreams, but hard times led her to work at peep shows like Gotham City.
Astrid Stawiarz

All night, men came in off the street and told me things. They were always alone, wandering Times Square as if they were searching for something. They shamelessly bargained and asked us if we “did sex.” “$200 dollars,” (WTF – TOO DAMN HIGH – 1 hours minimum wage for per bj $7.50 or sex at most worth in 5 mins with 30 minute limit of time per pop – I’m not f—ing a gold mine, nor entertaining gold diggers, we all work for money, don’t you dare tell me to pay near a week of double shift work for a single session of sex greedy b1tches or p1mps – if sex is done by someone ambitious at  a rate of 10 a night, they sure as hell do not deserve 2000 a night) they’d repeat over and over in foreign accents, unblinking, until I laughed or sighed or tried not to scream. We “live girls” told the men the show was five minutes long, but the curtain went down after 31/2. A bored Southern salesman chewed a toothpick while watching me.

Once, a customer who told me he was a reporter at the Daily News asked me what I really wanted to do with my life — and what was I was doing in a place like this?

It was complicated. I was trying to get a foothold in New York, and I was also trying to figure out some of the deeper, tangled parts of myself. I had chosen to figure out how to express my sexuality in what seemed like a safe way: protected behind glass.

I could make $300 or $400 in a night, if I was lucky. Not every night was so good, but it was a lot of cash for a six-hour shift. Plus, it meant I could pursue a career: I wanted to write and work in media, and now I could afford to take on nonpaying internships at magazines and build my résumé.

I never told anyone in my daytime life about my “other” job — they would have reacted poorly. “Oh, honey,” one editor told me, “You don’t have to wear heels to photo shoots. Your feet are going to be dying at the end of the day.” I shrugged. I was used to being on my feet in heels much higher than the wedges I was wearing. You have no idea, I wanted to tell her.

At one point, I went to work at strip clubs in different cities, on a sort of working vacation: San Francisco, Portland, Ore. But it dawned on me that I wasn’t having new experiences as much as I was cataloging a travelogue of despair. New York, the West Coast: It was all the same — dressing rooms full of women struggling for dwindling pools of cash, indistinguishable days and nights punctuated by various iterations of ennui and despair. We performed the same tasks every night, naked, and nobody seemed to care. We could go across the country and do more or less the same job in various strip clubs or peep shows, but it wasn’t freedom. Nobody here was winning.

It was affecting my personal life, as well. I didn’t feel like I could date, working in places like that. When I did go on casual dates, I was honest about what I did. The nice guys were scared off, and the guys who didn’t have a problem with it were predictably sleazy.

Eighteen months of living a double life went by. The week before Christmas, I was working alone at 3 a.m. in Times Square. The store was completely empty, “Your Cheatin’ Heart” playing on the radio.

There was a rustle in the plastic chains separating the peep-show room from the rest of the store. I looked up: An Eighth Avenue street hustler was leading a toothless, drunken geezer into the peep-show area. The hustler pointed at me and whispered to the oldster, then collected money from the man and peaced out.

Astrid Stawiarz
McClear had big dreams, but hard times led her to work at peep shows like Gotham City.

Now, the duped drunk was lurching over to me, reeking of booze, his gray hair sticking up wildly.

“I already paid $100 for a BJ,”($100?!? TOO DAMN HIGH – does this mean minimum wages do not deserve to have sex? This is discrimination) he growled, a Southern twang seeping through his alcohol-slurred voice, “and I’m not gonna leave until I get one!” I calmly called for security. My indifference infuriated him even more, and he pounded on the wall in frustration. Two porters appeared and grabbed him by each elbow, hauling him backward out the door. After they’d taken care of him, Basil, one of the porters, came back and grabbed a mop so he could go clean out one of the video booths. We exchanged glances, acknowledging the absurdity of it all.

“You know,” Basil said, wringing the mop out into a bucket of filthy water, “there’s gotta be a better way to make a living.”

He was right. I couldn’t allow myself to be viewed and picked over like a piece of merchandise anymore. I had thought I could stay on my side of the booth, aloof and unaffected by the work. I couldn’t. No one could.

At the end of 2007, I left by simply disappearing. That was how you did it. Live girls quit by abandoning their things. The point was to not own wigs, stripper shoes and sparkly dresses anymore.

It helped that, by then, I had steady freelance work as a blogger at a Web site, and knew I could make it from there. I soon got hired full-time and began my career in earnest.

Looking back, I don’t feel guilty about what I did. It was a reactionary move, but my parents had always joked that I’d insisted on learning things the hard way every time. They weren’t wrong — I learned a lot.

Things like sex — or rather, the idea of sex — and even nakedness, are supposed to be imbued with meaning. But isolated from a relationship, they mean nothing — or rather, I realize now, they become something to be negotiated, and as a peep-show girl, I became nothing — little more than a dress-up doll for men to project their narratives onto.

Make no mistake: I am not against the stripping industry. I support any women who work there. But it’s a tough job for anyone who does it.

After I quit the peeps, I fell in love with a guy, Matt, who hated the fact that I’d worked there. “You had to work in a cage,” he kept saying in disbelief, over and over. But he had a past of his own; he’d struggled with drugs for years, and he knew what it was like to live a double life. He saw his story in mine, and he understood.

The only person I kept in touch with from the peep shows was my friend Ruby. She reported back for the first few months after I left that men were still coming into the peep show asking for me. Such requests became fewer and further between, until they stopped — and the guys, the ones who’d paid my rent over and over, forgot that a pale brunette named Chelsea had ever been there at all.

— Excerpted from “The Last of the Live Nude Girls,” out Aug. 9 from Soft Skull Press.

[[[ *** RESPONSE *** ]]]

1) “I already paid $100 for a BJ,” he growled, a Southern twang seeping through his . . .

$100?!? TOO DAMN HIGH – does this mean minimum wage earners do not deserve to have sex? This is discrimination against the minimum wager. Price controls please.

2) As a peep-show girl, my survival was based on hustling, convincing the neon-overdosed tourists, curious college boys, Mexican laborers and guilt-ridden street preachers — plus the natives, the sundry damaged goods of Times Square — to pay $35 to watch me take my clothes off, with the bare minimum of enthusiasm, behind glass.

WTF?!? TOO DAMN HIGH – $1 at most with no touching behind glass, and nothing more than minimum wage $7.50 for touching without glass, this is daylight robbery to the fools who pay that much.

3) All night, men came in off the street and told me things. They were always alone, wandering Times Square as if they were searching for something. They shamelessly bargained and asked us if we “did sex.” “$200 dollars,” they’d repeat over and over in foreign accents . . .

WTF – TOO DAMN HIGH – 1 hours minimum wage for per bj $7.50 or sex at most worth in 5 mins with 30 minute limit of time per pop – we are 99% are not a f—ing gold mine, nor entertaining gold diggers, we all work for money, don’t you dare tell me to pay near a week of double shift work for a single session of fun to greedy b1tches or p1mps – if sex is done by someone full time at a rate of 10 heads a night, they sure as hell do not deserve 2000 a night. At $7.50 it would be $75 for a half day shift 150 for double shift, near 3K or 6K a month far more fair. It’s work that needs no training, in fact does not even count as work, it’s leisure and pay should not be astronomical (i.e. 1 weeks salary for a 99% ter).

BOYCOTT the sex industry! Until those prices are lowered! Or place price controls so that the 99% has access!

Voting Strategies for Joe Public – September 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:30 am

Socialism’s New Motto for Sovereign Persons

Have the power? Then you do not need the wealth. Have the wealth? Then you do not need the power. Have both wealth and power? Then the people do not need you. by AgreeToDisagree

This is how the voters will save the USA : Challenge all your Senators and Governors and Mayors and Congressmen or candidates for the same to sign the pledge form under a cam with a clear timetable. Indict them if they fail to keep the pledges later. All it takes is an aye or nay after a bill or amendment is aired. Remember to vote ONLY for people not worth more than 20 million tops. Anything above (actually anything above 2M IMHO) and you will end up with someone who will not be able to write policy according to the needs of the Joe Public ‘masses’. If your politician can pledge the below and complete the pledge : http://www.facebook.co/photo.php?fbid=1914864390044&set=o.318515515322&type=1&theater Just remember not to vote plutocrats (check this link below) and only vote for a Congressman that will vote for distribution of land as detailed above. Get out there and tell everyone how to vote and who to vote for! Complaining about personal behaviour is petty at best. LOOK AT THE CANDIDATE’s POLICIES (see the photos section to determine who has opted for Internet lockdown, or refuses a Precious Metal currency in favour of unlimited quantitative easing fiat paper), and test them with the pledge form.

Politician (Party)Office or Campaign Net Worth 1 Michael R. Bloomberg (R) Mayor, New York $4.8 billion 2 Winthrop Rockefeller (R) Lt. Governor, Arkansas 1.2 billion 3 B. Thomas Golisano (Ind) Gubernatorial candidate, New York 1.1 billion 4 John Kerry (D) Senator, Massachusetts 550 million 5 Tony Sanchez (D) Gubernatorial candidate, Texas 500 million 6 Amo Houghton (R) Representative, New York 475 million 7 Jon S. Corzine (D) Senator, New Jersey 300 million 8 Herb Kohl (D) Senator, Wisconsin 250 million 9 Jay Rockefeller (D) Senator, West Virginia 200 million 10 Mark R. Warner (D) Governor, Virginia 200 million Sources: Forbes, Roll Call If we are not careful we’ll have a billionaire chief executive. It has already happened in three countries: Italy, where Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi won in a landslide last May; Lebanon, where Rafik Al-Hariri is serving his second term as prime minister; and Thailand, where Thaksin Shinawatra was elected prime minister in January 2001. The 50 Richest Members of Congress (2011) Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) $294.21 Million Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) $220.40 Million Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) $193.07 Million Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) $81.63 Million Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) $76.30 Million Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) $65.91 Million Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) $55.07 Million Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) $52.93* Million Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) $45.39 Million Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-Fla.) $44.21 Million Rep. Jim Renacci (R-Ohio) $35.87* Million Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) $35.20 Million Rep. Rick Berg (R-N.D.) $21.60* Million Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) $21.18 Million Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.) $20.35 Million Sen. James Risch (R-Idaho) $19.78 Million Rep. Gary Miller (R-Calif.) $17.45 Million Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) $17.00 Million Rep. Kenny Marchant (R-Texas) $16.45 Million Rep. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.) $15.46 Million Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) $11.90* Million Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) $11.60 Million Rep. Richard Hanna (R-N.Y.) $10.89** Million Rep. Scott Rigell (R-Va.) $10.69* Million Rep. Diane Black (R-Tenn.) $10.63* Million Rep. Tom Petri (R-Wis.) $10.60 Million Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) $10.38 Million Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) $10.35 Million Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) $10.28 Million Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) $10.14 Million Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) $10.14 ***Million Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) $9.88 Million Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) $9.84 Million Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) $9.43 Million Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-N.Y.) $9.35* Million Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-Nev.) $9.29 Million Sen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.) $9.23 Million Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas) $8.53 Million Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) $8.51* Million Rep. John Campbell (R-Calif.) $8.44 Million Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) $8.18* Million Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) $8.03* Million Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) $7.94* Million Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) $7.93 Million Rep. Bill Flores (R-Texas) $7.71* Million Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) $7.41 Million Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) $7.06 Million Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) $6.56 Million Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) $6.47 Million Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R-Texas) $6.21 Million * Indicates a freshman Member of Congress. Roll Call did not calculate percent change from forms filed as candidates. ** Member has not yet filed a disclosure form this year. The number here is based on the last available data, a disclosure form filed last year when he was a candidate for Congress. This information will be updated. ***

*** Commentary : It is no secret that going to war benefits the military-industrial complex so any policy makers (seat holders in government) in collusion will always keep the USA in a war or few. Peace for too long and these factions ends up bankrupt. Now Joe Publics have little or no contact with the international types and thus will be focused on USA itself. Think from here, stay away from plutocracy or power mongers and there is your solution to a better USA and a better world. Academics or long standing bureaucrats, with a spotless record would be ideal. Lower level war veterans with modest wealth would also be good. Officer level war veterans unless personally known, may not be so good, as many officers have been quite brainwashed and determined to be useful (i.e. will follow orders) to the establishment to have been promoted at all (that is the way the military institution in the USA looks anyway). Vote Joe Publics of modest wealth ONLY. No hate to the HONEST wealthy, but policy controllers need to be from and to cater for 99% of the ‘Localist’ sovereign citizens not 1% of the plutocratic ‘Globalist’ citizens. No seats for plutocrats (in fact no plutocrats at all, including nepotists) until everyone is housed and no sovereign citizen is starving and every sovereign citizen has access to education. Vote intelligently !

One of India’s Lost Legacies – by AgreeToDisagree – 16th November 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:27 am

History of A Stolen Black Diamond The Eye of Brahma Diamond also called the Black Orloff Diamond, was discovered in India in the early 1800s. The curse of the diamond is said to be responsible for three deaths. The jewel is haunted by a curse that reportedly began when the original 195-carat diamond was removed from the eye of the idol of Brahma at a shrine near Pondicherry, India. The diamond is tied to the deaths of three former owners who apparently killed themselves. In an attempt to break the curse, the diamond was re-cut into three separate gems and since has been owned by a succession of private owners, all of whom seem to have escaped the curse. At least three former owners have apparently killed themselves. In 1932, J W Paris, the diamond dealer who imported the stone to the United States, jumped to his death from one of New York’s tallest buildings shortly after concluding the sale of the jewel. And 15 years later, a pair of Russian princesses, Nadia Vyegin-Orlov and Leonila Galitsine-Bariatinsky, leapt to their deaths within a month of each other. Current Setting The diamond itself is set in a 108-diamond brooch suspended from a 124-diamond necklace. Black diamonds are very rare and get their colour from the presence of tiny mineral traces, mainly the iron-oxide minerals magnetite and haematite. Only one in 10,000 diamonds mined is coloured. In 1969, the stone was sold for $300,000. It was resold in 1990 at Sothebys for $99,000. Also called the Eye of Brahma Diamond. From last sighting/reports, the Brahma Diamond is currently owned by Dennis Petimezas, a diamond dealer from Pennsylvania who bought the diamond for an unspecified sum in 2005. [[[ *** RESPONSE *** ]]] It is best that Dennis return his portion of the stone to Government of Pondicherry as an act of good faith and interethnic friendship or that the government of the USA obtain that stone to do the same. The facts stand that the original intent of the fragments of the stone has to be respected, which is to be set in an eye of a Brahma idol. Holding a portion of an ‘Indian’ eye, is not going to bode well for Christianity and Hinduism and likely could have sabotaged so many unresolved issues between ethnicities as well. Lets put it this way, pay a few hundred thoudand at most and return the stone portions, or suffer slowly over the next few hundred years of 1/3 of the planets’ subtle quantum distress until ‘Brahma’ gets his idol’s eye back, with the fragments re-united with each other. ” . . . all of whom seem to have escaped the curse.” will not be the case as India’s fiscal, military and spiritual strength grow and Indians become increasingly aware of what is going on or has happened. Easily some equivalent of the ‘Order of Sion’ (nominally a ‘dark’ Brahmic branch of worshippers) could send assassins or at least thieves to bring back the 3 fragments to gain the favour of the World Creator whom the black 196 carat diamond was dedicated to. Much like a case where someone supposed to travel to a certain country but didn’t or wasn’t at least helped to, a disaster struck that place instead. Perhaps that is how the wealth of the USA or whereever the other 2 fragments are is being sucked out of the country. Be honest and ‘Spiritually Correct’ (much like politically correct), and a good Christian would return the black diamond, or the darkness of Brahma will be upon so many lives for mere vanity and arrogance of 3 (or is it 1?) man. 195 indeed!

(Try Goldeneye Bonds movie and how the negative energy is directed at Russia . . . )

Overview On Wealth Distribution in Context of USA – by @AgreeToDisagree – 22nd November 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:26 am

Here are some extrapolations on Wealth ‘castes’ and a general commentary on wealth distribution with respect to USA’s current situation.

30% of the 88.09% are worth 5K and below The Destitute

50% of the 88.09% are worth 50k and below The Poor 20% of the 88.09% are worth 500K and below Middle Class Productive Classes

The above 88.09% are worth 500K and below Working Classes

The 10% are worth 5 million and below 50 million Leisurely Classes (Work optional Classes) 20M limit . . .

The 1% are worth 50 million and below 500 million Extremely Wealthy (Predatory Classes)

The 0.01% (the 1% of the 1%) are worth 5 billion and above Obscenely Wealthy (Wealth Sequestering Classes)

The 0.0001% (the 1% of the 1% of the 1%) are worth 20 billion+ Obscenely Wealthy (Wealth Sequestering Classes) Americans are not jungle animals with no concept of civilisation or reciprocity. If your home country is at war or in debt, it is the billionaire’s patriotic duty to GIVE BACK to the country in times of need. You accrued that wealth under protection and shelter and from ‘nation’ when times were good, now stop being a ‘fairweather citizen’ and give back to the starving and poor, clear the debts of the government that made your profit possible in good tines. Also sequestration of wealth is meaningless. This of course is CAPITALISM’s failure. At any moment when Communism or better good of HUMANITY is considered, THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS MONEY. Think and act or die with one’s host country or run like a traitor to a tax haven, hide the money in secret accounts. If those gains are ill gotten then the onus will be on the tax haven nation AND Interpol to do the necessary to ensure Justice is served the ‘fairweather citizen’ afflicted nation . . .

USA has enough billionaires to clear it’s debt instantaneously. Whats the Secret Service doing about this imbalance? Secret Service agents can also be laid off. So write those laws or interpret laws in a way that saves your country rather than bullying via TSA or what not . . . i.e. if someone sequestering 20 billion has 19.08 billion taken away to save the country from ‘terrorists’ and what not, leaving only 20 million in assets for their personal used, EVEN THEN, very little sympathy would be felt by anyone subsisting on that 401K or even 802K, with those holding 6.4 or even 12.8 million not feeling too much outrage either

What’s The Hottest Career Field? Health Care – by Tony Moton – 11 Aug 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:24 am

Find out how you can prepare for a career in this in-demand field. (Yahoo Education) A noticeable pattern has developed in the health care industry. Workers keep getting hired. Health care providers added 24,000 new jobs in October 2010, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, while averaging an increase of 20,000 jobs per month over the past year. Health care’s hot track record for hiring isn’t a recent occurrence. It’s actually part of a much more long-term trend, says John Canally, an economist and investment strategist at Boston-based LPL Financial. “Health care added 700,000 jobs from December 2007, when the recession started, to October 2010,” says Canally. “No other job sector did that.” Looking for a stable career with a variety of education options? Keep reading to see how you can prepare for a hot career in health care. Career #1: Medical Assistant Medical assistants with administrative expertise help keep doctor’s offices and clinics running smoothly. Those with clinical backgrounds do everything from taking vital signs to sterilizing medical instruments. Why it’s hot: Americans are living longer and healthier lives than ever before. That means more patients and more opportunities for medical assistants. In fact, the profession is projected to add nearly 164,000 medical assisting jobs between 2008 and 2018, according to the BLS. How to prepare: You can earn a certificate or diploma in medical assisting in about one year. Another option is to earn a two-year associate’s degree in medical assisting. What it pays (on average): Medical assistants have an average salary of $29,450, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.*

[[[ *** Response *** ]]]

This is an administrative assistant’s post. And an administrative assistant does not necessary need an education higher than middle school to function in this capacity. Terming it as such only enriches the education/paper-qualifications cartel. Career #2: Dental Assistant Dental assisting is a profession tailor-made for friendly people with a knack for putting others at ease. During procedures, they work alongside dentists to handle equipment and assist with vital tasks. Why it’s hot: What’s not to smile about in this career? Job opportunities are flourishing, partly due to a greater emphasis on preventative dental care. Over 100,000 new dental assisting jobs are expected to be created through 2018, according to the BLS. How to prepare: Go after a one-year certificate or diploma in dental assisting or set your sights on a two-year associate’s degree in dental assisting. What it pays (on average): Dental assistant earnings average at about $34,000 per year, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] : This is a Certificate in Dentistry. Tell it like it is. The person who has no money to pay the education cartel or does not want tio become beholden to the banking (financing department) cartel, remains an assistant. Government could acccredit 3 year Certholders working as assistants to upgrade to Diploma (under a apprentice/mentor scheme by the Dentist they work for), and 5 year Diploma workers to upgrade tofull Bachelors in Dentistry. This will ensure that education loan DEBT does not become a part of life, again to enrich the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch in terms and pretend to justify a monopoly by the above establishments. Career #3: Pharmacy Technician Pharmacy technicians provide a helping hand to licensed pharmacists by preparing medications, counting tablets, labeling bottles, and providing customer service. Why it’s hot: Over 93,000 new pharmacy techs are expected to receive jobs between 2008 and 2018. This growth is due in part to the fact that our elderly population – who may have more prescriptions – is increasing. How to prepare: You can earn a certificate in pharmacy technology in about six months or get an associate’s degree in pharmacy technology in about two years. What it pays (on average): The average annual salary for a pharmacy technician is $28,940, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This does NOT require any formal education. A 5 year old child could label and count and prepare mixtures. Don’t insult intelligence. Again I suggest that Certification be given after number of years of work so that – once again, ad nauseum – society won’t be centred around enriching the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch a simpleton’s job in interesting terms and pretend to justify a monopoly while causing them education financing debt. Career #4: Medical Records Technician Technicians in the health care field assemble patient records, medical histories, and test results for service providers. Why it’s hot: As our population continues to expand, more medical technicians are needed to handle an ever-increasing amount of tests, treatments, and medical procedures. Medical records technician job opportunities are expected to grow by more than 35,000 during the 10-year period ending in 2018. How to prepare: Get an associate’s degree in medical records technology to put you in the running for entry-level work as a medical records technician. What it pays (on average): Medical records technicians have an average yearly salary of $33,880, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] An administrative assistant does not necessary need an education higher than middle school to function in this capacity . . . so that – once again, ad nauseum – society won’t be centered around enriching the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel to enable quangocrats and other structures to exist while supposedly busy ‘making a living’. The wealth and lands of the world belong to all men, not the 1%, and not the State least of all. Career #5: Medical Transcriptionist When physicians and medical professionals need to communicate important information, they turn to medical transcriptionists who translate doctor’s notes into medical reports and other files. Why it’s hot: A large percentage of medical transcriptionists work in hospitals, but there will be an increased need for their work in editing transcripts taken by speech recognition systems. Close to 12,000 new medical transcriptionists are expected to get hired through 2018, according to the BLS. How to prepare: Want to pursue this career? Consider earning a medical transcription certificate or an associate’s degree in medical transcription. What it pays (on average): The average yearly salary in this field is $33,350, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This is an administrative assistant’s post that requires a good grade in the language that the medical institution uses. And an administrative assistant does not necessary need an education higher than middle school with a good grade in language to function in this capacity. Terming it as such only enriches the education/paper-qualifications cartel. Career #6: Registered Nurse (RN) Even in a massive industry like health care, the impact that the nursing profession has on the job market is substantial. RNs held some 2.6 million jobs in 2008 – mostly in hospitals – and the opportunities for work continue to rise. Why it’s hot: Technological advancements in patient care and a growing interest in preventative health measures are accelerating the need for new nurses. Nearly 600,000 new nursing jobs are expected to open between 2008 and 2018, according to the Department of Labor. How to prepare: One of the best aspects of breaking into the nursing profession is the variety of education options available. Obtain a certificate, associate’s degree, or bachelor’s degree in nursing to get your career going. What it pays (on average): RNs have an average annual salary of $66,530, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This is a Certificate in Medicine and does not need to be segregated into Medicine and Nursing. Tell it like it is. The person who has no money remains a Nurse, though government could acccredit 3 year Certholders working as Nurses to upgrade to Diploma in Pharmacy (under a apprentice/mentor scheme by the Dentist they work for), and 5 year Diploma workers to upgrade to full Bachelors in Medicine/Surgery etc.. AGAIN – This will ensure that education loan DEBT does not become a part of life, again to enrich the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch in terms and pretend to justify a monopoly of the Education cartel. Career #7: Medical and Health Services Manager Health care providers rely on administrative managers to lead the complex business of running hospitals, clinics, and various patient facilities. Managers are involved in everything from developing reports and budgets to spearheading community outreach programs. Their job is crucial to the well-being of employees and patients alike. Why it’s hot: Management jobs in doctor’s offices and clinics are expanding as health care services broaden outside of hospitals. According to the Department of Labor, the number of new medical and health services managers will grow by more than 45,000 over the 10-year period ending in 2018. How to prepare: Get your foot in the door by earning a bachelor’s degree in health care administration. What it pays (on average): The average annual pay for a medical and health services manager is $90,970, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. *Average annual salaries as reported by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in May 2009.

[[[ *** Response *** ]]] This is a Certificate in Administration (developing reports) with a good grade in language (complex business of running hospitals), alongside 1 day seminars in accounting (developing budgets) and human resources (developing reports). AGAIN – This will ensure that **education loan DEBT** does not become a part of life, again to enrich the education/financing/paper-qualifications cartel. Don’t couch in terms and pretend to justify a monopoly of the Education cartel. Alternatively EDUCATION SHOULD BE MADE FREE so that the plutocracy hiding in directorship boards filled with plutocrats in abovementioned insitutions of various types cannot enslave the general citizenry. Along with neglecting promotion Capitalism with Socialist Asset Limits of 20 million, Yahoo, why do you do this to us citizens? Maybe Yahoo is a victim of the system as well, but look at the wealth of the people running iot to better be sure if Yahoo is indeed a victim. A noticeable pattern has developed in the health care industry. Workers spend too much money on education only to keep getting hired WHILE heavily in debt. Simpler yet, I suggest that people do not get ill at all by being well rested, getting lots of sunlight than being in stuffy buildings working, not being in debt (which causes stress that leads to ill health) and eating organic foods. Could you envision a population of education debt free nomadic citizens moving into the wilderness, or in urban areas with no choice – a shopping cart filled with soil for growing food, and with some livestock (take your pick, rats and pigeons cook well and can be found easily for free to breed and cull – pigeon blood is VERY nutritious barring the disease factor . . . ) or insects and grubs which can also be cultivated, in those same shopping carts? Who needs to pay an institution so they can work or apprentice as in the past? Find out how you can prepare for a DEBT FREE LIFE instead of contributing to an inflationary and exploitative structure that already gives salary raises way above to cause inflation in economies that ultimately indebt, enslave and make homeless the 99%. Boycott this system of ‘entry fees’ into society you 99%. It’s a closed system that needs to be broken either by systematic revolution at all fronts, or simple boycotts (I advocate the latter).

Former “sheriff of the year” arrested and sent to jail named after him – by Eric Pfeiffer – 30th November 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:22 am

(The Sideshow) Every civil servant wants to experience his or her legacy firsthand–but not the way that onetime Arapahoe Sheriff Patrick J. Sullivan Jr. has. Sullivan, a nationally renowned law enforcement leader, was arrested on drug charges and is now being detained in the Denver area jail that bears his name. Sullivan, who in 2001 was named the National Sheriff Association’s “Sheriff of the Year,” was arrested on suspicion of trafficking methamphetamines. Local news station CBS4 began an investigation of Sullivan last month on a tip that he had agreed to meet a male informant, providing drugs in exchange for sex. He was subsequently arrested by the South Metro Drug Task Force and is currently being held on a $250,000 bond. And in an incredible twist of fate, Sullivan now cooling his heels at The Patrick J. Sullivan Jr. Detention Facility, named in his honor. “The allegations of criminal behavior involving Pat Sullivan are extraordinarily disturbing,” said Grayson Robinson, Arapahoe County’s current sheriff. “While the arrest of the former sheriff is very troubling, no one, and particularly a former peace officer, is above the law. This is the most shocking thing I’ve ever been involved with.” Sullivan, 68, has been retired for nine years, but had been serving as director of safety and security for Cherry Creek Schools. “This is a very sad time for the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office and our community,” Robinson said. The CBS4 report also found that for several years Sullivan has posted bond for multiple suspects held in drug cases at jail facilities across the state. As recently as 2008, Sullivan was an active participant in state and local methamphetamine task forces, helping Colorado draft a plan to deal with the surge in meth-related crime. In 1995 President Bill Clinton named Sullivan to the National Commission on Crime Prevention and Control. According to a 1995 White House news release, Sullivan was a consultant to U.S. House Subcommittee on Crime and served on two advisory councils affiliated with the Department of Justice.

[[[ *** RESPONSE *** ]]]

Thoughts on the issue of naming institutions and amenities, also roads. The best police/armour-artillery-airforce-navy-personnel(but not infantry as infantry is outdated) of the decade or several decades will get jails/military-bases and larger facilities named after them (or have their names on waiting lists when the same are needed to be named but not yet built)instead of politicians at worst (worst choice), or inappropriately family members of monarchs or monarchs themselves. Same with hospitals etc., where largest number of patients treated over a career/combined with the fewest records of medical failures-deaths or qualifiable complaints. Diplomatic staff etc.. also inappropriate as the royal institution becomes open to loss of prestige due to diplomatic failures if any occur. This way names of all utility or national facilities will have deeper meaning, will embody and remind of a history of excellence. Educational institution names, could be given to best researchers in that discipline or longest working academics if no researchers are available to fette. Naming of transport facilities like airports, bus terminals, could even be associated with a list of votables (pilots, drivers also included) at a quorum of 66.6%. This way not just the top ranked personnel will receive representation. A folk hero culture if anything and more power to the people. Exceptional aviators, aircraft technology researchers, even a decades long pilot or bus driver who survived several crashes through sheer skill would be a better choice . . . etc.. What business has a politician who knows nothing about airports or bus terminals, who even has no love of the industry have such a facility named after them? As for naming of roads the most exceptional citizens of the month, year or decade, could be recorded and placed on lists INSTEAD of politicians **NOT AGAIN**.

This way power to the people will mean something WITH 66.6% quorums (barring above mentioned inappropriate groups) required for fetting of any other unrelated persons for naming of anything else not related to that person’s chosen field.

2 Articles On Simple Methods To Protect Your Citizen Rights and Liberties – @AgreeToDisagree – 7th December 2011

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:20 am

ARTICLE 1 OVERVIEW ON ‘FINANCIAL’ PROBLEMS WITH TITANIUM CLAD RULES – @AgreeToDisagree – 7th December 2011

Note this is how the government of the day with limitless terms uses the Financial system to control the citizens : SECTOR RAISES 1% of CEO/Top Tier population 30%-200% yearly raise (or bonuses amounting to 1000 times the average-salary) 30% of population under govt. employ 20% yearly raise 69% of population under public sector 5% yearly raise Whats wrong here? RULES : Raises between sectors must be the same as or either sector will eclipse the other. If inflation is negative, then salaries must drop accordingly. Higher salaries do not equate better living conditions when . Raises can be no more than inflation rate. Any Finance minister/Economics professor who ignores or is unable to apply the above rules is colluding to destroy the middle class, is unable to function as a Finance Minister/Economics professor. In the above salary-raise example, in 10 years, the middle class private sector would only be 50% more in salaries and wealth, the government 200%. And this is not considering that the private sector taxpayer has to foot bills for government fringe benefits like trips overseas, dinners, hotel stays, easily unbalancing wealth distribution further – at taxpayer expense. Suppliers and licensing or service providers is further compounded when monopoly is given outright to these groups. These groups are often relatives and cronies or proxies of LIMITLESS TERM politicians who intend an Oligarchy of political dynasties.

ARTICLE 2 Description On Plausible Social Control Methods in the 3rd World By Rogue Governments (a Mini Machiavelli Manual)

A monopoly on mental freedom, and also freedom to run for election is in place in Malaysia at least. When an independent minded citizen is identified, various measures to ensure the inability to run for election are put into place : 1) Isolation in society via embarrassing events (carried out by the government proxy’s or polityical party members’ children or friends) so that negative personalities form in a manner prevent normal interactions. Friendships that occur will be limited to incidental or government ‘handler’ types. SOme politicalparties function as cartels of social method bullies to prevent independent minded politicians from infleuncing independent thought. 2) Sabotage via NLPs to those who cannot be ‘turned’ by unpleasant interaction from government action. 3) Any number of factions within government can intentionally cause trouble or delay paperwork etc. for independent minded citizens. 4) Telepathy synthetic (via radiowave stimulation) or natural (Pavlovian), otherwise inducement of obesessive sexual, drinking or drug habits. 5) Creation of indirect external situations – car accidents, rude neighbours, thefts, death of pets. 6) Creation of situations that cause loss of reputation, that sabotage family relationships so that they will be busy ‘appeasing’; rather than addressing political and social problems. 7) Collusion with religious establishment (which is a tool of control) 8) Inducement into taking up dangerous or fringe causes, arrestable offenses, if drug and alcohol habits cannot be effected. 9) Collusion with psychiatric establishment (which is licensed by the government currently in power) to destroy concentration and stigmatise in society. 10) Implantation of neurotech implants etc.. that identify ‘functioning’ mental cases. 11) Imprisoning for political activities, baiting into rallies or violent protests (the government can underestimate the numbers who may turn up and here is where popular revolutions can occur) 12) Causing the death of the person in an accident or via food poisoning is the last resort. At the top of the group is the Oligarchy or Nepotistic politician who endorses limitless terms. It seems that stressing out or causing suffering to others somehow empowers the above groups, so the less well off or vicious citizens willingly participate. This is how military or civilian’s coups are caused. When a person or group of deprived persons have no recourse to participation in society, the less principled turn to criminality as their reputation has been destroyed via rumours or intentionally created scenarios (think various sex ‘scandals and the use of religion/morality as a weapon which does not exist among atheists who do know that the only thing that matters is QUALITY OF POLICY WRITING – not morality or what they do in private or off time not on the taxpayers money) rendering them unable to function in society, neural implants or chemical poisoning broadcasts their thoughts, so they have no privacy etc.. This is the general method that can destroy would be politicians (the general method to destroy non 1% citizens is in above article 1) without the messy murder or other uncivilised action, so would be politicians be cautious and do not embrace religion in a manner that makes no common sense. We want politicians to write FAIR POLICY, nothing else, then for them to get the hell out of Parliament after 2 terms, not ‘hold on to power’ as so-called careerists try to do (and later impose their limited often corrupted and unethical mindsets/faith-preferences via policies that the same term limitless politicians LIKE instead of what benefits as many constituents as possible. The nation belongs to everyone, not a clique of murderous and unethical citizens with their family blocs in all major bureaaucratic branches, business interests etc.. Everyone who can make themselves into politicians should not prevented to by politicians who think LIMITLESS TERMS, NO ASSET DECLARATIONS, FAMILY BLOCS in government/big business and BAD LAWS will be tolerated. They are a dividing force, a bullying force, a force that forces entire nations into their own likeness – this is a sign of religious indoctrination doubtless, and they set out to propagate that same sickness upo society. Summary : LIMITLESS TERMS supporters, NO ASSET DECLARATION types, FAMILY BLOC politicians, EXTREME WEALTH politicians, THEOCRATIC politicians are UNVOTABLE. So as th 99% the onus is upon you to prevent this 1% cult of personality types from gaining power. Study their backgrounds and run for election yourselves if no candidates are available.

Utopia – Capitalism with Socialist Caps on Personal Wealth – US$20 Million – This is here because I personally feel FB is finished.

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:19 am

MANKIND IS ENSLAVED by a small percentage of the population so we need to lobby across all Governments for all World Citizens for these rights (This list may not be complete) :

1) Free Water and Electricity (Reasonable Amount Assigned Monthly) Malaysia, State of Selangor currently gives some water free.

2) Free Staple Food (Example : Hare Krishna Food for Life, New York’s Soup Kitchen International, Food Not Bombs, Weaver Street Market North Carolina)

3) Free Primary, Secondary and University Education (Sweden, Finland, Denmark / Ireland / Sri Lanka / Brazil are ahead of all countries)

4) Free Public Transport (Hasselt in Belgium / Luben in Germany / Logan and Cache Valley Utah in USA, – others)

5) Free Healthcare (Truly developed nations)

6) Distribute Land Among all World Citizens (Examples are Bolivia and Andhra Pradesh) OR Build Reasonably Sized Tax Free Housing for Citizens for Assignment to all Citizens without Properties (Homes)

7) Abolish Road Tax / Abolish Road Tolls / Abolish Property and Income Tax for Unemployed, Low and Middle Income Citizens

The targetted traffic volume used by Concessionaires is very high and will never be achieved. This way they keep obtaining toll rate increases. The government is not doing it’s job, why do we even pay taxes at all? In Canada toll highways disappeared, for the most part, in the 1970s and 1980s. In many cases Road Tolls cost more than petrol. We propose that no more than 5-15% of an individuals income may be charged from usage of Concession Road Toll Booths. (I.e. $1000 salary earners will pay toll up to $150, from then on they may not be charged toll fees . . . )

This limit is to ensure democratic freedom of movement and prevents wealth based limits on freedom of movement. Freedom of Movement is a Human Right. No toll operator has the right to deny anyone that.

Average Road Tolls per Kilometer in US$

0.01 USA Oregon (Tolled roads only exist in 26 states)
0.24 Santiago
0.24 Japan
1.60 USA Washington
3.78 Malaysia
4.11 Indonesia
6.33 Thailand
7.68 China
9.89 The Philippines

8) Abolish all Conscriptions and Military Drafts (GOOD COUNTRIES : Australia / Bangladesh / Bosnia and Herzegovina / France / Hungary / Japan / Jamaica / Jordan / Lebanon / Macedonia / New Zealand / Qatar / Romania / Rwanda / Saudi Arabia / Slovenia / South Africa / Spain / Tonga / UK / US has had a questionable stance since 2008 with it’s ‘Brown Shirt Movement’. . . )

9) Destroy Existing Stockpiles of Nuclear Weapons. They are a waste of space and resources. (USA has made initiatives to reduce stockpiles – this is still inadequate, considering that Nuclear weapons can irradiate hundreds of miles for decades)

10) Abolish Death Penalty (BACKWARD COUNTRIES : Singapore, Japan and the U.S. are the only fully developed countries that have retained the death penalty.)

(Optional) Abolish all Political Parties
(Optional) Islam’s concept of a interest free society . . .

“I want to close down the Federal Reserve”— Ron Paul

” In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. … This is the shabby secret of the welfare statists’ tirades against gold. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protector of property rights. If one grasps this, one has no difficulty in understanding the statists’ antagonism toward the gold standard. ” — Alan Greenspan

OIL PRICES Compared (Historic)

WORST 3 (Is this uncontrolled profiteering ? )
8.87 Netherlands
7.77 Denmark
7.73 Germany

BEST 3 (Fuel subsidies make these places rock !)
0.33 Nigeria
0.26 Turkmenistan
0.15 Venezuela

“Men cannot be enslaved politically until they have been disarmed ideologically. When they are so disarmed, it is the victims who take the lead in the process of their own destruction.” — Ayn Rand, Russian-American Philosopher (1905-1982).

————————————
THE PLUTOCRATIC PARASITE – 18th January 2010
————————————
Updated version in 29th April 2010

There are 817 Billionaire Plutocrats in the world today NOT SHARING their wealth equitably. With the top 10 billionaires holding nearly 260 Billion in sequestered funds. Assuming an average of 5 billion for the other 807 plutocrats, we would have a total of * 4 Trillion * Dollars in sequestered wealth by Billionaires. This is not yet counting Multi-Millionaires which lets say at an average of 10000 per country valued at 20 Million each, 38,400,000 individuals in total whose value comes to 768 Trillion. This also does not count in unregistered and politically sequestered wealth via proxy companies and accounts which could dwarf the sum listed here. Meanwhile millions around the world are starving or live in horrendous conditions for decades.

This total sequestered wealth by the Plutocracy is 772 Trillion doing nobody any good while less than 1% of that is used for charity. Lets say proxy and unregistered wealth is 3 times that, so this comes to a grand total of 3088 Trillion or 3.089 Quadrillion in sequestered funds.

Now, the sum total of the world’s debt in 2008 was stated to be $54.6 Trillion which makes sequestered wealth of plutocrats 56.5 times what world debt stands at in 2008. If this is the wealth distribution system of Capitalism, we are headed for a dim and plutocrat dominated future indeed.

This is not counting the purported 33 Trillion in wealth personally sequestered by the Queen of England and not yet counting the other remnants of Manarchs around the world. Shame on those who claim to be mankind’s greatest if they stand by while billions suffer lives of misery while their wealth lies fallow under a handful of Monarchs who do not deserve to rule anyone due to the sheer thoughtlessness in not distributing resources that belong to all MANKIND, that they and their families would never be able to use even in a 1000 generations. There is nothing Kingly or Noble about such individuals, they are selfish, they are cloistered, non-participative in the reality of the people who make grow food, make goods, build buildings, keep utilities running . . .

The wealth of the world belongs to all men, and men who do not lift a finger to aid the world in it’s time of need are not citizens of any nation but greedy criminals who have stood by while billions suffered and died over the past few and future decades.

What paradigm of soft revolution can begin with UN, NAM, IMF or it’s equivalents unless – CAPITALISM WITH SOCIALIST LIMITS ON PERSONAL WEALTH is implemented post haste?

There is the issue of land as well. The lands of the world also belong to all men and not a handful of individuals who let land remain idle instead of letting their fellow man till and cultivate these lands and grow strong from the fruits of their labour. Note the largest five personal landowners on Earth :

Queen Elizabeth II – 6,600 million acres
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia – 553 million acres
King Bhumibol of Thailand – 126 million acres
King Mohammed IV of Morocco – 113 million acres
Sultan Quaboos of Oman – 76 million acres

Collectively they own 7.468 Billion acres of land which could be re-distributed at 1 acre to a person to assure food sustainability and end poverty INSTANTANEOUSLY. But they have not. Perhaps after reading the issues on this group they would, IF they are as noble minded as rulers and holders of cultures should be. This is not counting the other TRILLIONS of acres sequestered by other landowners who are not sharing the bounty of the land with their fellow human beings.

Repent and share O’ye great Monarchs, for cursed you will be in the eyes of billions and the higher powers. Cursed will also be your descendants as well if SHARING with MANKIND does not take place IMMEDIATELY to alleviate the suffering of BILLIONS . . . Your Majesties, please do the morally correct thing and END the misery of the suffering billions in the world (or at least your own citizen-subjects) by SHARING the wealth of this planet with all.

World Governments MUST make it a crime to own more than 20 Million, otherwise the future will be dominated by a handful of actual Monarchs and a Crypto-Monarchic Oligarchy of Plutocrats while billions suffer poor quality lives and a select few, as in the barbarity of the ancient world enjoy lives at everyone else’s expense.

Capitalism is a failure, use aspects of Communism and Socialism to solve the problem. (I.e. Put a cap on Personal Assets – I.e. USD$20M – These funds from the super rich (above US$20M) will be used to better conditions in the worst parts of the world . . .)

Uncontrolled hoarding of wealth is the issue with Capitalism. Wealth distribution is a critical factor in preventing dictatorship by the Plutocracy as well as manipulation of commodities markets and currencies for profiteering.

OTHER ISSUES :

The other is nepotism from political dynasties and cronyism or via buying of votes. With the personal asset cap, bribery within government becomes limited. Prohibitions against relatives (especially children) of former post holders from succeeding political or bureaucratic posts must be imposed.

*Sample Prohibitions To Safeguard Democracy :

(1) Children / nephews / nieces of Presidents / Prime Ministers / Ministers CANNOT become President, Prime Minister, Minister, MP or Heads of Government Bureaus and decision making Panels.

(2) Children / Nieces / Nephews of Ministers or Heads of Government Bureaus and decision making Panels cannot become Senior Officials in such Ministries and Bureaus.

Please support this group. Petitions will be prepared for signing and distributed worldwide. 1 Billion members for Equitable Wealth Distribution !

World’s first hybrid shark is found off Australia – and interbreeding could make them stronger – by Rob Waugh – Last updated at 1:06 PM on 3rd January 2012

In Uncategorized on January 10, 2012 at 6:05 am

Scientists have found the world’s first hybrid sharks in waters off Australia – a discovery that researchers said could have implications for the whole world.

The predators are a cross between the common blacktip shark and the Australian blacktip shark.

Scientists say interbreeding between the two species is a sign the animals are adapting to warmer waters. They have also warned it could make the sharks stronger.
A hybrid black tip shark containing both common and Australian black tip DNA in Australian waters. The mating of the local Australian black-tip shark with its global counterpart, was an unprecedented discovery with implications for the entire shark world

A hybrid black tip shark containing both common and Australian black tip DNA in Australian waters. The mating of the local Australian black-tip shark with its global counterpart, was an unprecedented discovery with implications for the entire shark world

Leading researchers in marine biology discovered 57 animals along a 200 kilometre stretch of ocean from Queensland to New South Wales.

Dr Jess Morgan, of the University of Queensland, said it was unusual for sharks to breed this way: ‘Sharks physically mate, which is usually a good way to make sure you don’t hybridize with the wrong species.’

More…

Powerful people think they’re taller than they really are, claim researchers
A fabric ‘stronger than steel’: Scientists crack how to ‘farm’ spider’s webs by making silkworms do the work

Simpendorfer said that if the hybrid proved to be stronger than the two pure breeds, it might eventually replace them, ‘We don’t know whether that’s the case here, but certainly we know that they are viable, they reproduce and that there are multiple generations of hybrids.

‘Certainly it appears that they are fairly fit individuals.’

Colin Simpfendorfer, of James Cook University’s Fishing Research Centre, agreed: ‘The results of this research show that we still have a lot to learn about these important ocean predators.’
Scientists said on January 3, 2012 that they had discovered the world’s first hybrid sharks in Australian waters, a potential sign the predators were adapting to cope with warmer waters

Scientists said on January 3, 2012 that they had discovered the world’s first hybrid sharks in Australian waters, a potential sign the predators were adapting to cope with warmer waters

Dr Jennifer Ovenden of the Queensland Department of Primary Industries said: ‘Hybridization could enable the sharks to adapt to environmental change, as the smaller Australian black tip currently favours tropical waters in the north while the larger common black tip is more abundant in sub-tropical waters along the south-eastern Australian coastline.’

[[[ *** RESPONSE *** ]]]

Disgusting. Lets have those pure bloodline sharks please. Let the undiscerning have those mixed pedigree sharks. Think pet breeding and the critical importance of pure bloodlines and champions – all purebred, especially more so the sharks for eating.