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  1. You don't! But keep thinking like that and we may have a chance of winning.
  2. Don't know if this has been posted earlier in the thread. An intersting result of the economic collapse in Iceland has been the emergence of a new political party simply called "The Movement" and specifically one of it's member called Birgitta Jónsdóttir. Here's some info from her wikipedia page Interesting interview on Red Ice Radio From: Here she is on the Alex Jones show From: Icelandic article about "The Movement" http://www.icelandreview.com/icelandreview...w_0_a_id=343439
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    The death of the WASP in the USA

    I just hope that these new "inequalities" can be addressed without a lurch to extremism or violence... I want people of all backgrounds to live together peacefully and respectfully...however... a brief look through history shows us how this will end. as the film says... "There Will Be Blood" I posted this in another forum topic but it applies here A pertinent quote from Aristotle Another cause of revolution is difference of races which do not at once acquire a common spirit; for a state is not the growth of a day, any more than it grows out of a multitude brought together by accident. Hence the reception of strangers in colonies, either at the time of their foundation or afterwards, has generally produced revolution; for example, the Achaeans who joined the Troezenians in the foundation of Sybaris, becoming later the more numerous, expelled them; hence the curse fell upon Sybaris. At Thurii the Sybarites quarreled with their fellow-colonists; thinking that the land belonged to them, they wanted too much of it and were driven out. At Byzantium the new colonists were detected in a conspiracy, and were expelled by force of arms; the people of Antissa, who had received the Chian exiles, fought with them, and drove them out; and the Zancleans, after having received the Samians, were driven by them out of their own city. The citizens of Apollonia on the Euxine, after the introduction of a fresh body of colonists, had a revolution; the Syracusans, after the expulsion of their tyrants, having admitted strangers and mercenaries to the rights of citizenship, quarrelled and came to blows; the people of Amphipolis, having received Chalcidian colonists, were nearly all expelled by them.
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    Earth Hour 2010

    I'm gonna turn every single light on, throw a fresh Panda on the fire and listen to this audio clip from the 1987 World Conservation Bank Congress meeting in Estes Park Colorado. 1987 World Conservation Bank Congress David Lang "Educate the Cannon fodder unfortunately which populates the earth" speech http://www.thebigbadbank.com/media/audiocl...17DavidLang.mp3
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    The Best of Youtube - Music

    Rachmaninoff plays Chopin Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 From: Música Antigua / Early Music From: THE OLDEST COMPLETE PIECE OF MUSIC IN HISTORY! About 2000 years after it was written, this melody was rediscovered in 1883, in its complete & original form. It was found inscribed in marble on an ancient Greek burial stele, bearing the following epitaph: "I am a portrait in stone. I was put here by Seikilos, where I remain forever, the symbol of timeless remembrance" From: Melvins - tv studio 1984! Seminal American band... influenced Nirvana. From:
  6. Interesting article in Canada free press. http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/19380
  7. US House Rep. Ron Paul Very interesting. He's a brave man. From: http://rawstory.com/2010/01/ron-paul-cia/
  8. Well well well! Interesting article from the Daily Bell. Ladies man and CFTC chairman, Gary Gensler (why are all these people so hideous to behold?) http://www.thedailybell.com/743/CFTC-to-Li...er-Trading.html
  9. Birgitta Jonsdottir leader of The Movement, a group within the Icelandic Parliament has issued a call for support Biased news!!! I don't believe that for a second... especially not from our beloved BBC (anyone see Newsnight last night) ...she continues... I for one will be sending an email of support to the Icelanders http://www.rense.com/general89/dottr.htm
  10. I agree 100% Scientists are incorruptible and have never done anything that's wrong, evil or even slightly nasty in human history... ever! In fact Josef Mengele, Vladimir Demikhovand and Sergei Bruyukhonenko were lovely, kind and caring men from whom we all could learn much. Scientists and Politicians are imposssible to corrupt... everyone knows this. Any scum, human-filth who emmits even one tiny atom of carbon beyond a predetermined level ,which shall be set by George Monbiot, should either be cast into a pit and made to fight a Sad Polar bear... or...they should be forced into a long term romantic relationship with Nick Cohen. Renew... Renew... Renew. From: Sorry about that As for Libertarians or Liberals... I'm not sure who annoys me most... Probably Liberals.
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    1984 (steps to Orwellian doom)

    Some interesting aspects popping up from passengers on the Y-front bombers plane You might want to check up if you're concerned about you're wife appearing butt naked on an airport scanner Flight 253 passenger Kurt Haskell thinks something fishy is going on He says a second "Man in Orange" was arrested. He talks more about the "Sharp Dressed Man" accomplice to the bomber. http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ss..._kurt_hask.html
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    1984 (steps to Orwellian doom)

    The 20,000 snooper army: Vast number of town hall bureaucrats get power to enter your home without a warrant http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12...me-warrant.html Bus passengers could carry electronic tags http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/roa...ronic-tags.html Telecom firms' fury at plan for 'Stasi' checks on every phone call and email http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12...hone-email.html Huzzah!
  13. Early Christmas present I'm a happy Rage fan
  14. Interesting article by Janet Daley in the Telegraph Although she's still stuck in the fake left/right paradigm she has some interesting points. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columni...government.html Interesting times
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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/copenhage...prediction.html From: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdel...global-warming/ Battle for climate data approaches tipping point http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg2042...ping-point.html