Friday, January 29, 2010

How to fight the New World Order non-violently.

The only way to successfully fight the New World order without violence is to tap into the light of the god within us and anchor that light to the planet. To anchor your light and bring it forward you need to follow the path of love, righteousness, compassion, joy, understanding and self-empowerment. When you self empower yourself you empower the world. Every little thought, word and deed we carry forth effects the entire planet. If you are always having negative thoughts, doing bad deeds and talking shit to people you are only helping the cause of the New World Order.

The New World Order operate of the freque3ncy of the darkness, us patriots, freedom fighters, people like Alex Jones and David Icke all operate of the frequency of the light. There is LITERALLY a war going on between the light and the dark for this planet. It has been going on for 1000's upon 1000's upon 1000's of years. Negative thoughts and bad deeds are actions of the darkness. Positive thoughts and good deeds are actions of the light. Which side are you on.

If you are a Christian follow the teachings of Jesus, not the bible itself. If Jesus said it, then follow it. If you have no religion just pray to the god within you to bring you into the light so you can fight the New World Order. there are very few of us that know that this is the way to fight them, by using the incredible light of god within us to wipe out the darkness of the new World Order. I cannot do this by myself. I am one of the only ones in America that know this hidden secret. I cant do it on my own. I need an army of light workers and people that want to fight the new World Order anyway they can to learn to use the god within you and fight with the light.

many, many, Many years ago in America, an important group of Native American shamans and warriors got together from all over the country. there were no phones back then so the call when out telepathically from a very powerful shaman who anchored in the light that kept the New World Order out of America before Columbus even existed. Other Shamans and other Indians from all over the nation heard his call telepathically and went out west to the meetings. Many, many, many people showed up, all bringing something to contribute to the gathering. These native Americans fought the New World order with the spiritual power of their light. they were successful and held them back another few hundred years. Why do you think the New World Order slaughtered the red man anyway they could. They knew what happened hundreds of years ago and they were going to make damn sure that it didnt happen again. The Indians were taken out on purpose BECAUSE of their spiritual power. The New World Order wanted America and it took them hundreds of years to get it.

We need to do the same thing that these Indians did so many hundreds of years ago. We all have that same spiritual power and light within us. Doing this might not win the war but it is going to bring us very close to wining it and I am not joking. We need the power of the light within us all to crush the dark frequency they are operating on. What happens when you turn on a light in dark room? The darkness disappears. it is the same with spiritual darkness. Turn on the light and you dissipate the darkness. We need more people to do this. it is time to become a real warrior of light, hope and change. Use the god within you to live in the light and fight them in the spiritual plane, this is where it must be fought in to avoid more senseless violence which is exactly what they love and want.

Come you can do it, change your thoughts, words and deeds to positive ones and you throw a bomb at the New World Order.

Take care

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

The kidnapping of Haiti

The kidnapping of Haiti
28 Jan 2010

John Pilger

In his latest column for the New Statesman, John Pilger describes the "swift and crude" appropriation of earthquake-ravaged Haiti by the militarised Obama administration. With George W. Bush attending to the "relief effort" and Bill Clinton the UN's man, The Comedians, Graham Greene's dark novel about exploted Haiti comes to mind.

The theft of Haiti has been swift and crude. On 22 January, the United States secured “formal approval” from the United Nations to take over all air and sea ports in Haiti, and to “secure” roads. No Haitian signed the agreement, which has no basis in law. Power rules in an American naval blockade and the arrival of 13,000 marines, special forces, spooks and mercenaries, none with humanitarian relief training.

The airport in the capital, Port-au-Prince, is now an American military base and relief flights have been re-routed to the Dominican Republic. All flights stopped for three hours for the arrival of Hillary Clinton. Critically injured Haitians waited unaided as 800 American residents in Haiti were fed, watered and evacuated. Six days passed before the US Air Force dropped bottled water to people suffering thirst and dehydration.

The first TV reports played a critical role, giving the impression of widespread criminal mayhem. Matt Frei, the BBC reporter dispatched from Washington, seemed on the point of hyperventilation as he brayed about the “violence” and need for “security”. In spite of the demonstrable dignity of the earthquake victims, and evidence of citizens’ groups toiling unaided to rescue people, and even an American general’s assessment that the violence in Haiti was considerably less than before the earthquake, Frei claimed that “looting is the only industry” and “the dignity of Haiti’s past is long forgotten.” Thus, a history of unerring US violence and exploitation in Haiti was consigned to the victims. “There’s no doubt,” reported Frei in the aftermath of America’s bloody invasion of Iraq in 2003, “that the desire to bring good, to bring American values to the rest of the world, and especially now to the Middle East... is now increasingly tied up with military power.”

In a sense, he was right. Never before in so-called peacetime have human relations been as militarised by rapacious power. Never before has an American president subordinated his government to the military establishment of his discredited predecessor, as Barack Obama has done. In pursuing George W. Bush’s policy of war and domination, Obama has sought from Congress an unprecedented military budget in excess of $700 billion. He has become, in effect, the spokesman for a military coup.

For the people of Haiti the implications are clear, if grotesque. With US troops in control of their country, Obama has appointed George W. Bush to the “relief effort”: a parody surely lifted from Graham Greene’s The Comedians, set in Papa Doc’s Haiti. As president, Bush’s relief effort following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 amounted to an ethnic cleansing of many of New Orleans’ black population. In 2004, he ordered the kidnapping of the democratically-elected prime minister of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, and exiled him in Africa. The popular Aristide had had the temerity to legislate modest reforms, such as a minimum wage for those who toil in Haiti’s sweatshops.

When I was last in Haiti, I watched very young girls stooped in front of whirring, hissing, binding machines at the Port-au-Prince Superior Baseball Plant. Many had swollen eyes and lacerated arms. I produced a camera and was thrown out. Haiti is where America makes the equipment for its hallowed national game, for next to nothing. Haiti is where Walt Disney contractors make Mickey Mouse pjamas, for next to nothing. The US controls Haiti’s sugar, bauxite and sisal. Rice-growing was replaced by imported American rice, driving people into the cities and towns and jerry-built housing. Years after year, Haiti was invaded by US marines, infamous for atrocities that have been their specialty from the Philippines to Afghanistan.

Bill Clinton is another comedian, having got himself appointed the UN’s man in Haiti. Once fawned upon by the BBC as “Mr. Nice Guy... bringing democracy back to a sad and troubled land”, Clinton is Haiti’s most notorious privateer, demanding de-regulation of the economy for the benefit of the sweatshop barons. Lately, he has been promoting a $55m deal to turn the north of Haiti into an American-annexed “tourist playground”.

Not for tourists is the US building its fifth biggest embassy in Port-au-Prince. Oil was found in Haiti’s waters decades ago and the US has kept it in reserve until the Middle East begins to run dry. More urgently, an occupied Haiti has a strategic importance in Washington’s “rollback” plans for Latin America. The goal is the overthrow of the popular democracies in Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador, control of Venezuela’s abundant oil reserves and sabotage of the growing regional cooperation that has given millions their first taste of an economic and social justice long denied by US-sponsored regimes.

The first rollback success came last year with the coup against President Jose Manuel Zelaya in Honduras who also dared advocate a minimum wage and that the rich pay tax. Obama’s secret support for the illegal regime carries a clear warning to vulnerable governments in central America. Last October, the regime in Colombia, long bankrolled by Washington and supported by death squads, handed the US seven military bases to, according to US air force documents, “combat anti-US governments in the region”.

Media propaganda has laid the ground for what may well be Obama’s next war. On 14 December, researchers at the University of West England published first findings of a ten-year study of the BBC’s reporting of Venezuela. Of 304 BBC reports, only three mentioned any of the historic reforms of the Chavez government, while the majority denigrated Chavez’s extraordinary democratic record, at one point comparing him to Hitler.

Such distortion and its attendant servitude to western power are rife across the Anglo-American corporate media. People who struggle for a better life, or for life itself, from Venezuela to Honduras to Haiti, deserve our support.

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Infowars Reality Check: Responses to President Obama’s State of the Union Address

Infowars Reality Check: Responses to President Obama’s State of the Union Address

Complied by Devin Stone
January 28, 2010

Obama: Madam Speaker, Vice President Biden, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans, our Constitution declares that from time to time the president shall give to Congress information about the state of our union. For 220 years, our leaders have fulfilled this duty. They’ve done so during periods of prosperity and tranquility, and they’ve done so in the midst of war and depression, at moments of great strife and great struggle.
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It’s tempting to look back on these moments and assume that our progress was inevitable, that America was always destined to succeed.

But when the Union was turned back at Bull Run and the Allies first landed at Omaha Beach, victory was very much in doubt. When the market crashed on Black Tuesday and civil rights marchers were beaten on Bloody Sunday, the future was anything but certain.

These were the times that tested the courage of our convictions and the strength of our union. And despite all our divisions and disagreements, our hesitations and our fears, America prevailed because we chose to move forward as one nation, as one people.

Again, we are tested. And again, we must answer history’s call.

One year ago, I took office amid two wars, an economy rocked by a severe recession, a financial system on the verge of collapse, and a government deeply in debt. Experts from across the political spectrum warned that if we did not act, we might face a second depression.

Obama is doing everything he can to bring in the new depression.

So we acted, immediately and aggressively. And one year later, the worst of the storm has passed.

The worst of the storm is yet to come, thanks to Mr. Obama’s actions.

But the devastation remains: One in 10 Americans still can’t find work. Many businesses have shuttered. Home values have declined. Small towns and rural communities have been hit especially hard. And for those who’d already known poverty, life has become that much harder.

This recession has also compounded the burdens that America’s families have been dealing with for decades, the burden of working harder and longer for less, of being unable to save enough to retire or help kids with college.

So I know the anxieties that are out there right now. They’re not new. These struggles are the reason I ran for president. These struggles are what I’ve witnessed for years in places like Elkhart, Indiana, Galesburg, Illinois.

I hear about them in the letters that I read each night. The toughest to read are those written by children, asking why they have to move from their home, asking when their mom or dad will be able to go back to work.

For these Americans and so many others, change has not come fast enough. Some are frustrated; some are angry. They don’t understand why it seems like bad behavior on Wall Street is rewarded, but hard work on Main Street isn’t, or why Washington has been unable or unwilling to solve any of our problems.

Because you work for Wall Street, Mr. Obama.

They’re tired of the partisanship and the shouting and the pettiness. They know we can’t afford it, not now.

So we face big and difficult challenges. And what the American people hope — what they deserve — is for all of us, Democrats and Republicans, to work through our differences, to overcome the numbing weight of our politics, for while the people who sent us here have different backgrounds, different stories, different beliefs, the anxieties they face are the same, the aspirations they hold are shared: a job that pays the bills, a chance to get ahead, most of all, the ability to give their children a better life.

You know what else they share? They share a stubborn resilience in the face of adversity. After one of the most difficult years in our history, they remain busy building cars and teaching kids, starting businesses and going back to school. They’re coaching Little League and helping their neighbors.

One woman wrote to me and said, “We are strained but hopeful, struggling but encouraged.”

It’s because of this spirit — this great decency and great strength — that I have never been more hopeful about America’s future than I am tonight.


Despite — despite our hardships, our union is strong. We do not give up. We do not quit. We do not allow fear or division to break our spirit. In this new decade, it’s time the American people get a government that matches their decency, that embodies their strength.


And tonight — tonight, I’d like to talk about how together we can deliver on that promise.

It begins with our economy.

Our most urgent — our most urgent task upon taking office was to shore up the same banks that helped cause this crisis. It was not easy to do. And if there’s one thing that has unified Democrats and Republicans — and everybody in between — it’s that we all hated the bank bailout. I hated it.


I hated it. I hated it. You hated it. It was about as popular as a root canal.


But when I ran for president, I promised I wouldn’t just do what was popular, I would do what was necessary. And if we had allowed the meltdown of the financial system, unemployment might be double what it is today. More businesses would certainly have closed; more homes would have surely been lost.

So I supported the last administration’s efforts to create the financial rescue program. And when we took that program over, we made it more transparent and more accountable. And as a result, the markets are now stabilized,

Obama admits that he is continuing Bush’s policies, AND resorts to using George W’s excuses for losing popularity, “I do it because it’s right, not because it’s popular.” Why? Obama’s popularity is the lowest of any president within the first year in office. The honeymoon period is over.

and we’ve recovered most of the money we spent on the banks.

A blatant LIE. You’ve recovered most of $24 trillion?! Can we have some of it back, please?


Most, but not all. To recover the rest, I’ve proposed a fee on the biggest banks. Now…

Clearly more doublespeak, given your proven track-record of giving the banks ample loopholes to subvert the law.


Now, I know Wall Street isn’t keen on this idea, but if these firms can afford to hand out big bonuses again, they can afford a modest fee to pay back the taxpayers who rescued them in their time of need.


Now, as we stabilized the financial system, we also took steps to get our economy growing again, save as many jobs as possible, and help Americans who’d become unemployed.

That’s why we extended or increased unemployment benefits for more than 18 million Americans, made health insurance 65 percent cheaper for families who get their coverage through COBRA, and passed 25 different tax cuts.

Now, let me repeat: We cut taxes. We cut taxes for 95 percent of working families. We cut taxes for small businesses.

Get ready for massive tyranny and taxation thanks to Obama’s health plan:


We cut taxes for first-time homebuyers. We cut taxes for parents trying to care for their children. We cut taxes for 8 million Americans paying for college.


I thought I’d get some applause on that one.


As a result…


As a result, millions of Americans had more to spend on gas and food and other necessities, all of which helped businesses keep more workers. And we haven’t raised income taxes by a single dime on a single person, not a single dime.

Get ready for massive taxation on virtually everything in the marketplace, including taxes to a world government:


Now, because of the steps we took, there are about 2 million Americans working right now who would otherwise be unemployed.

Highest unemployment in decades! See above!


Two-hundred-thousand work in construction and clean energy. Three-hundred-thousand are teachers and other education workers. Tens of thousands are cops, firefighters, correctional officers, first responders.


And we’re on track to add another 1.5 million jobs to this total by the end of the year.

The plan that has made all of this possible, from the tax cuts to the jobs, is the Recovery Act.


That’s right, the Recovery Act, also known as the stimulus bill.

The print-and-spend philosophy is destroying America:


Economists on the left and the right say this bill has helped saved jobs and avert disaster, but you don’t have to take their word for it.

Talk to the small business in Phoenix that will triple its workforce because of the Recovery Act.

Talk to the window manufacturer in Philadelphia who said he used to be skeptical about the Recovery Act, until he had to add two more work shifts just because of the business it created.

Talk to the single teacher raising two kids who was told by her principal in the last week of school that, because of the Recovery Act, she wouldn’t be laid off after all.

There are stories like this all across America. And after two years of recession, the economy is growing again. Retirement funds have started to gain back some of their value. Businesses are beginning to invest again, and slowly, some are starting to hire again.

But I realize that, for every success story, there are other stories, of men and women who wake up with the anguish of not knowing where their next paycheck will come from, who send out resumes week after week and hear nothing in response.

That is why jobs must be our No. 1 focus in 2010, and that’s why I’m calling for a new jobs bill tonight.


Now, the true engine of job creation in this country will always be America’s businesses…


… but government can create the conditions necessary for businesses to expand and hire more workers.

We should start where most new jobs do, in small businesses, companies that begin when…


… companies that begin when an entrepreneur — when an entrepreneur takes a chance on a dream or a worker decides it’s time she became her own boss.

Through sheer grit and determination, these companies have weathered the recession and are ready to grow. But when you talk to small-business owners in places like Allentown, Pennsylvania, or Elyria, Ohio, you find out that even though banks on Wall Street are lending again, they’re mostly lending to bigger companies. Financing remains difficult for small-business owners across the country, even though they’re making a profit.

So tonight, I’m proposing that we take $30 billion of the money Wall Street banks have repaid and use it to help community banks give small businesses the credit they need to stay afloat.


I’m also proposing a new small-business tax credit, one that will go to over 1 million small businesses who hire new workers or raise wages.


While we’re at it, let’s also eliminate all capital gains taxes on small-business investment and provide a tax incentive for all large businesses and all small businesses to invest in new plants and equipment.


Next, we can put Americans to work today building the infrastructure of tomorrow.


From — from the first railroads to the Interstate Highway System, our nation has always been built to compete. There’s no reason Europe or China should have the fastest trains or the new factories that manufacture clean-energy products.

Tomorrow, I’ll visit Tampa, Florida, where workers will soon break ground on a new high-speed railroad funded by the Recovery Act. There are projects like that all across this country that will create jobs and help move our nation’s goods, services and information.


We should put more Americans to work building clean-energy facilities and give…


… and give rebates to Americans who make their homes more energy efficient, which supports clean-energy jobs.


And to encourage these and other businesses to stay within our borders, it is time to finally slash the tax breaks for companies that ship our jobs overseas and give those tax breaks to companies that create jobs right here in the United States of America.

Now, the House has passed a jobs bill that includes some of these steps

Mr. Obama, on the campaign trail you said that “NAFTA was a mistake.” Then you did everything you could to continue the practice of exporting American jobs overseas:


As the first order of business this year, I urge the Senate to do the same, and I know they will. They will.


People are out of work. They’re hurting. They need our help. And I want a jobs bill on my desk without delay.


But — but the truth is, these steps won’t make up for the 7 million jobs that we’ve lost over the last two years. The only way to move to full employment is to lay a new foundation for long- term economic growth and finally address the problems that America’s families have confronted for years.

We can’t afford another so-called economic “expansion” like the one from last decade, what some call the “lost decade,” where jobs grew more slowly than during any prior expansion, where the income of the average American household declined while the cost of health care and tuition reached record highs, where prosperity was built on a housing bubble and financial speculation.

From the day I took office, I’ve been told that addressing our larger challenges is too ambitious, such effort would be too contentious. I’ve been told that our political system is too gridlocked and that we should just put things on hold for a while.

For those who make these claims, I have one simple question: How long should we wait? How long should America put its future on hold? You see…


You see, Washington has been telling us to wait for decades, even as the problems have grown worse. Meanwhile, China’s not waiting to revamp its economy; Germany’s not waiting; India’s not waiting.

These nations, they’re not standing still. These nations aren’t playing for second place. They’re putting more emphasis on math and science. They’re rebuilding their infrastructure. They’re making serious investments in clean energy because they want those jobs.

Well, I do not accept second place for the United States of America.


As hard as it may be, as uncomfortable and contentious as the debates may become, it’s time to get serious about fixing the problems that are hampering our growth.

Now, one place to start is serious financial reform. Look, I’m not interested in punishing banks. I’m interested in protecting our economy. A strong, healthy financial market makes it possible for businesses to access credit and create new jobs. It channels the savings of families into investments that raise incomes. But that can only happen if we guard against the same recklessness that nearly brought down our entire economy.

We need to make sure consumers and middle-class families have the information they need to make financial decisions. We can’t allow financial institutions, including those that take your deposits, to take risks that threaten the whole economy.

Now, the House has already passed financial reform with many of these changes. And — and the lobbyists are trying to kill it. Well, we cannot let them win this fight. And if the bill that ends up on my desk does not meet the test of real reform, I will send it back until we get it right. We’ve got to get it right.


Next, we need to encourage American innovation. Last year, we made the largest investment in basic research funding in history, an investment — an investment that could lead to the world’s cheapest solar cells or treatment that kills cancer cells but leaves healthy ones untouched.

And no area is more ripe for such innovation than energy. You can see the results of last year’s investments in clean energy in the North Carolina company that will create 1,200 jobs nationwide, helping to make advanced batteries, or in the California business that will put 1,000 people to work making solar panels.

But to create more of these clean-energy jobs, we need more production, more efficiency, more incentives, and that means building a new generation of safe, clean nuclear power plants in this country.


It means making tough decisions about opening new offshore areas for oil and gas development.


It means continued investment in advanced biofuels and clean-coal technologies.


And, yes, it means passing a comprehensive energy and climate bill with incentives that will finally make clean energy the profitable kind of energy in America.

Could these ‘incentives’ be carbon taxation with cap & trade?


I’m grateful to the House for passing such a bill last year.


And this year — this year, I’m eager to help advance the bipartisan effort in the Senate.

I know there have been questions about whether we can afford such changes in a tough economy. I know that there are those who disagree with the overwhelming scientific evidence on climate change.

But — but here’s the thing. Even if you doubt the evidence, providing incentives for energy efficiency and clean energy are the right thing to do for our future, because the nation that leads the clean-energy economy will be the nation that leads the global economy, and America must be that nation.

Did you just say “Global Economy?” We were waiting for you to say it.


Third, we need to export more of our goods.


Because the more products we make and sell to other countries, the more jobs we support right here in America. So…


So tonight, we set a new goal: We will double our exports over the next five years, an increase that will support 2 million jobs in America.


To help meet this goal, we’re launching a National Export Initiative that will help farmers and small businesses increase their exports and reform export controls consistent with national security.

We have to seek new markets aggressively, just as our competitors are. If America sits on the sidelines while other nations sign trade deals, we will lose the chance to create jobs on our shores.


But realizing those benefits also means enforcing those agreements so our trading partners play by the rules.


And that’s why we’ll continue to shape a Doha trade agreement that opens global markets and why we will strengthen our trade relations in Asia and with key partners like South Korea, and Panama, and Colombia.


Fourth, we need to invest in the skills and education of our people. Now, this year — this year, we’ve broken through the stalemate between left and right by launching a national competition to improve our schools.

And the idea here is simple: Instead of rewarding failure, we only reward success. Instead of funding the status quo, we only invest in reform, reform that raises student achievement, inspires students to excel in math and science, and turns around failing schools that steal the future of too many young Americans, from rural communities to the inner city.

In the 21st century, the best anti-poverty program around is a world-class education.


And in this country, the success of our children cannot depend more on where they live than on their potential. When we renew the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, we will work with Congress to expand these reforms to all 50 states.

Still, in this economy, a high school diploma no longer guarantees a good job. That’s why I urge the Senate to follow the House and pass a bill that will revitalize our community colleges, which are a career pathway to the children of so many working families.


To make college more affordable, this bill will finally end the unwarranted taxpayer subsidies that go to banks for student loans. Instead, let’s take that money and give families a $10,000 tax credit for four years of college and increase Pell Grants.


And let’s tell another 1 million students that, when they graduate, they will be required to pay only 10 percent of their income on student loans, and all of their debt will be forgiven after 20 years, and forgiven after 10 years if they choose a career in public service, because in the United States of America, no one should go broke because they chose to go to college.


And, by the way, it’s time for colleges and universities to get serious about cutting their own costs, because they, too, have a responsibility to help solve this problem.

Now, the price of college tuition is just one of the burdens facing the middle class. That’s why last year I asked Vice President Biden to chair a task force on middle-class families.

That’s why we’re nearly doubling the childcare tax credit and making it easier to save for retirement by giving access to every worker a retirement account and expanding the tax credit for those who start a nest egg. That’s why we’re working to lift the value of a family’s single largest investment, their home.

The steps we took last year to shore up the housing market have allowed millions of Americans to take out new loans and save an average of $1,500 on mortgage payments. This year, we will step up refinancing so that homeowners can move into more affordable mortgages. And…


And it is precisely to relieve the burden on middle-class families that we still need health insurance reform.

Obama Nominates Former Freddie Mac Executive As ‘Housing Commissioner’


We do.


Now, let’s clear a few things up.

Yes, let’s do…


I didn’t choose to tackle this issue to get some legislative victory under my belt. And by now, it should be fairly obvious that I didn’t take on health care because it was good politics.

Convenient to say now that your approval ratings are in a nose-dive.


I took on health care because of the stories I’ve heard, from Americans with pre-existing conditions whose lives depend on getting coverage, patients who’ve been denied coverage, families, even those with insurance, who are just one illness away from financial ruin.

After nearly a century of trying — Democratic administrations, Republican administrations — we are closer than ever to bringing more security to the lives of so many Americans.

The approach we’ve taken would protect every American from the worst practices of the insurance industry. It would give small businesses and uninsured Americans a chance to choose an affordable health care plan in a competitive market.

It seems you have taken great steps to protect the insurance companies from US.. taxing us to grant them a huge handout:

It would require every insurance plan to cover preventive care. And by the way, I want to acknowledge our first lady, Michelle Obama, who this year is creating a national movement to tackle the epidemic of childhood obesity and make kids healthier.

Thank you, honey.


She gets embarrassed.


Our approach would preserve the right of Americans who have insurance to keep their doctor and their plan. It would reduce costs and premiums for millions of families and businesses.

Your approach forces Americans to pay taxes to the government if they do not have health insurance.

And according to the Congressional Budget Office, the independent organization that both parties have cited as the official scorekeeper for Congress, our approach would bring down the deficit by as much as $1 trillion over the next two decades.


Still, this is a complex issue. And the longer it was debated, the more skeptical people became. I take my share of the blame for not explaining it more clearly to the American people. And I know that with all the lobbying and horse-trading, this process left most Americans wondering, “What’s in it for me?”

But I also know this problem is not going away. By the time I’m finished speaking tonight, more Americans will have lost their health insurance. Millions will lose it this year. Our deficit will grow. Premiums will go up. Patients will be denied the care they need. Small-business owners will continue to drop coverage altogether.

I will not walk away from these Americans, and neither should the people in this chamber.


As temperatures cool, I want everyone to take another look at the plan we’ve proposed. There’s a reason why many doctors, nurses and health care experts who know our system best consider this approach a vast improvement over the status quo.

But if anyone from either party has a better approach that will bring down premiums, bring down the deficit, cover the uninsured, strengthen Medicare for seniors, and stop insurance company abuses, let me know.


Let me know. Let me know.


I’m eager to see it.

Here’s what I ask Congress, though: Don’t walk away from reform, not now, not when we are so close. Let us find a way to come together and finish the job for the American people. Let’s get it done.


Let’s get it done.


Now, even as health care reform would reduce our deficit, it’s not enough to dig us out of a massive fiscal hole in which we find ourselves. It’s a challenge that makes all others that much harder to solve and one that’s been subject to a lot of political posturing.

So let me start the discussion of government spending by setting the record straight. At the beginning of the last decade, the year 2000, America had a budget surplus of over $200 billion.

By — by the time I took office, we had a one-year deficit of over $1 trillion and projected deficits of $8 trillion over the next decade. Most of this was the result of not paying for two wars, two tax cuts, and an expensive prescription drug program.

On top of that, the effects of the recession put a $3 trillion hole in our budget. All this was before I walked in the door.




Now — just stating the facts. Now, if we had taken office in ordinary times, I would have liked nothing more than to start bringing down the deficit. But we took office amid a crisis, and our efforts to prevent a second depression have added another $1 trillion to our national debt. That, too, is a fact.

I’m absolutely convinced that was the right thing to do, but families across the country are tightening their belts and making tough decisions. The federal government should do the same.

Stop printing money! Stop spending money! Stop getting us in debt! Stop crazy taxation! Please listen to Ron Paul:


So tonight, I’m proposing specific steps to pay for the $1 trillion that it took to rescue the economy last year.

Please stop ‘rescuing’ the economy Mr. Obama

Starting in 2011, we are prepared to freeze government spending for three years. Spending related to our national security, Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security will not be affected, but all other discretionary government programs will.

Like any cash-strapped family, we will work within a budget to invest in what we need and sacrifice what we don’t. And if I have to enforce this discipline by veto, I will.

Spending freezes are a calling card for countries that are positioning themselves for an IMF bailout. Get ready for the dump of the dollar:


We will continue to go through the budget line by line, page by page, to eliminate programs that we can’t afford and don’t work. We’ve already identified $20 billion in savings for next year.

To help working families, we’ll extend our middle-class tax cuts. But at a time of record deficits, we will not continue tax cuts for oil companies, for investment fund managers, and for those making over $250,000 a year. We just can’t afford it.


Now, even after paying for what we spent on my watch, we’ll still face the massive deficit we had when I took office. More importantly, the cost of Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security will continue to skyrocket.

That’s why I’ve called for a bipartisan Fiscal Commission, modeled on a proposal by Republican Judd Gregg and Democrat Kent Conrad.


This can’t be one of those Washington gimmicks that lets us pretend we solved a problem. The commission will have to provide a specific set of solutions by a certain deadline.

Now, yesterday, the Senate blocked a bill that would have created this commission. So I’ll issue an executive order that will allow us to go forward, because I refuse to pass this problem on to another generation of Americans.

The Senate (elected by the people of the United States), blocked a bill, so you will pass an executive order to bypass the legal process? Mr. Obama declares himself a dictator, and continues George Bush’s practice of signing statements, which Mr. Obama decried while on the campain trail:


And when the vote comes tomorrow, the Senate should restore the pay-as-you-go law that was a big reason for why we had record surpluses in the 1990s.


Now, I know that some in my own party will argue that we can’t address the deficit or freeze government spending when so many are still hurting. And I agree, which is why this freeze won’t take effect until next year, when the economy is stronger. That’s how budgeting works.


But understand — understand, if we don’t take meaningful steps to rein in our debt, it could damage our markets, increase the cost of borrowing, and jeopardize our recovery, all of which would have an even worse effect on our job growth and family incomes.

From some on the right, I expect we’ll hear a different argument, that if we just make fewer investments in our people, extend tax cuts, including those for the wealthier Americans, eliminate more regulations, maintain the status quo on health care, our deficits will go away.

The problem is, that’s what we did for eight years.


That’s what helped us into this crisis. It’s what helped lead to these deficits. We can’t do it again.

Rather than fight the same tired battles that have dominated Washington for decades, it’s time to try something new. Let’s invest in our people without leaving them a mountain of debt. Let’s meet our responsibility to the citizens who sent us here. Let’s try common sense, a novel concept.

Now, to do that, we have to recognize that we face more than a deficit of dollars right now. We face a deficit of trust, deep and corrosive doubts about how Washington works that have been growing for years.

To close that credibility gap, we have to take action on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue, to end the outsized influence of lobbyists, to do our work openly, to give our people the government they deserve.

So you flooded your administration with lobbyists…


That’s what I came to Washington to do. That’s why, for the first time in history, my administration posts our White House visitors online. That’s why we’ve excluded lobbyists from policy-making jobs or seats on federal boards and commissions.

But we can’t stop there. It’s time to require lobbyists to disclose each contact they make on behalf of a client with my administration or with Congress. It’s time to put strict limits on the contributions that lobbyists give to candidates for federal office.

With all due deference to separation of powers, last week, the Supreme Court reversed a century of law that I believe will open the floodgates for special interests, including foreign corporations, to spend without limit in our elections.


I don’t think American elections should be bankrolled by America’s most powerful interests or, worse, by foreign entities. They should be decided by the American people. And I urge Democrats and Republicans to pass a bill that helps correct some of these problems.

I’m also calling on Congress to continue down the path of earmark reform, Democrats and Republicans.


Democrats and Republicans, you’ve trimmed some of this spending. You’ve embraced some meaningful change, but restoring the public trust demands more. For example, some members of Congress post some earmark requests online.


Tonight, I’m calling on Congress to publish all earmark requests on a single Web site before there’s a vote so that the American people can see how their money is being spent.


Of course, none of these reforms will even happen if we don’t also reform how we work with one another. Now, I’m not naive. I never thought that the mere fact of my election would usher in peace and harmony and some post-partisan era.

I knew that both parties have fed divisions that are deeply entrenched. And on some issues, there are simply philosophical differences that will always cause us to part ways. These disagreements, about the role of government in our lives, about our national priorities and our national security, they’ve been taking place for over 200 years. They’re the very essence of our democracy.

But what frustrates the American people is a Washington where every day is Election Day. We can’t wage a perpetual campaign where the only goal is to see who can get the most embarrassing headlines about the other side, a belief that if you lose, I win. Neither party should delay or obstruct every single bill just because they can.

The confirmation of…


I’m speaking of both parties now. The confirmation of well-qualified public servants shouldn’t be held hostage to the pet projects or grudges of a few individual senators.


Washington may think that saying anything about the other side, no matter how false, no matter how malicious, is just part of the game. But it’s precisely such politics that has stopped either party from helping the American people. Worse yet — worse yet, it’s sowing further division among our citizens, further distrust in our government.

So, no, I will not give up on trying to change the tone of our politics. I know it’s an election year. And after last week, it’s clear that campaign fever has come even earlier than usual. But we still need to govern.

To Democrats, I would remind you that we still have the largest majority in decades and the people expect us to solve problems, not run for the hills.


And if the Republican leadership is going to insist that 60 votes in the Senate are required to do any business at all in this town, a supermajority, then the responsibility to govern is now yours, as well. Just saying no to everything may be good short-term politics, but it’s not leadership. We were sent here to serve our citizens, not our ambitions.


So let’s show the American people that we can do it together.


This week — this week, I’ll be addressing a meeting of the House Republicans. I’d like to begin monthly meetings with both Democratic and Republican leadership. I know you can’t wait.


Now, throughout our history, no issue has united this country more than our security. Sadly, some of the unity we felt after 9/11 has dissipated. And we can argue all we want about who’s to blame for this, but I’m not interested in re-litigating the past.

I know that all of us love this country. All of us are committed to its defense. So let’s put aside the schoolyard taunts about who’s tough. Let’s reject the false choice between protecting our people and upholding our values. Let’s leave behind the fear and division and do what it takes to defend our nation and forge a more hopeful future, for America and for the world.

So, in other words, turn a blind eye to the dismantling of the constitution in favor of ‘national security.’ Freedom = Slavery. And don’t bother me with all this 9/11 ‘re-litigating’ stuff.;read=158975


That’s the work we began last year. Since the day I took office, we renewed our focus on the terrorists who threaten our nation. We’ve made substantial investments in our homeland security and disrupted plots that threatened to take American lives.

We are filling unacceptable gaps revealed by the failed Christmas attack with better airline security and swifter action on our intelligence. We’ve prohibited torture and strengthened partnerships from the Pacific to South Asia to the Arabian Peninsula.

Obama’s ‘disbanding of Guantanamo Bay’ contains provisions for torture in foreign countries.

And in the last year, hundreds of Al Qaeda’s fighters and affiliates, including many senior leaders, have been captured or killed, far more than in 2008.

And in Afghanistan, we’re increasing our troops and training Afghan security forces so they can begin to take the lead in July of 2011 and our troops can begin to come home.


We will reward good governance, work to reduce corruption, and support the rights of all Afghans, men and women alike. We’re joined by allies and partners who have increased their own commitment and who’ll come together tomorrow in London to reaffirm our common purpose. There will be difficult days ahead, but I am absolutely confident we will succeed.

As we take the fight to Al Qaeda, we are responsibly leaving Iraq to its people. As a candidate, I promised that I would end this war, and that is what I am doing as president.

We will have all of our combat troops out of Iraq by the end of this August.


We will support — we will support the Iraqi government — we will support the Iraqi government as they hold elections, and we will continue to partner with the Iraqi people to promote regional peace and prosperity.

But make no mistake: This war is ending, and all of our troops are coming home.


Tonight, all of our men and women in uniform — in Iraq, in Afghanistan, and around the world — they have to know that we — that they have our respect, our gratitude, our full support. And just as they must have the resources they need in war, we all have a responsibility to support them when they come home.


That’s why we made the largest increase in investments for veterans in decades last year.


That’s why we’re building a 21st-century [Veterans Affairs]. And that’s why Michelle has joined with Jill Biden to forge a national commitment to support military families.


Now, even as we prosecute two wars, we’re also confronting perhaps the greatest danger to the American people, the threat of nuclear weapons. I’ve embraced the vision of John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan through a strategy that reverses the spread of these weapons and seeks a world without them.

To reduce our stockpiles and launchers, while ensuring our deterrent, the United States and Russia are completing negotiations on the farthest-reaching arms control treaty in nearly two decades.


And at April’s Nuclear Security Summit, we will bring 44 nations together here in Washington, D.C., behind a clear goal: securing all vulnerable nuclear materials around the world in four years so that they never fall into the hands of terrorists.


Now, these diplomatic efforts have also strengthened our hand in dealing with those nations that insist on violating international agreements in pursuit of nuclear weapons. That’s why North Korea now faces increased isolation and stronger sanctions, sanctions that are being vigorously enforced.

That’s why the international community is more united and the Islamic Republic of Iran is more isolated. And as Iran’s leaders continue to ignore their obligations, there should be no doubt: They, too, will face growing consequences. That is a promise.


That’s the leadership we are providing: engagement that advances the common security and prosperity of all people. We’re working through the G-20 to sustain a lasting global recovery. We’re working with Muslim communities around the world to promote science and education and innovation.

We have gone from a bystander to a leader in the fight against climate change. We’re helping developing countries to feed themselves and continuing the fight against HIV/AIDS.

And we are launching a new initiative that will give us the capacity to respond faster and more effectively to bioterrorism or an infectious disease, a plan that will counter threats at home and strengthen public health abroad.

As we have for over 60 years, America takes these actions because our destiny is connected to those beyond our shores. But we also do it because it is right.

That’s why, as we meet here tonight, over 10,000 Americans are working with many nations to help the people of Haiti recover and rebuild.

Haiti is being forcibly occupied by the armies of the UN and US, and they don’t seem to care much about the natives…


That’s why we stand with the girl who yearns to go to school in Afghanistan, why we support the human rights of the women marching through the streets of Iran, why we advocate for the young man denied a job by corruption in Guinea, for America must always stand on the side of freedom and human dignity, always.


Abroad, America’s greatest source of strength has always been our ideals. The same is true at home. We find unity in our incredible diversity, drawing on the promise enshrined in our Constitution, the notion that we’re all created equal, that no matter who you are or what you look like, if you abide by the law, you should be protected by it, if you adhere to our common values, you should be treated no different than anyone else.

We must continually renew this promise. My administration has a Civil Rights Division that is once again prosecuting civil rights violations and employment discrimination. We finally strengthened…


We finally strengthened our laws to protect against crimes driven by hate.


This year — this year, I will work with Congress and our military to finally repeal the law that denies gay Americans the right to serve the country they love because of who they are. It’s the right thing to do.


We’re going to crack down on violations of equal pay laws, so that women get equal pay for an equal day’s work.


And we should continue the work of fixing our broken immigration system, to secure our borders, and enforce our laws, and ensure that everyone who plays by the rules can contribute to our economy and enrich our nations.

Does furthering the North American Union help to enforce or dismantle our borders?


In the end, it’s our ideals, our values that built America, values that allowed us to forge a nation made up of immigrants from every corner of the globe, values that drive our citizens still.

Every day, Americans meet their responsibilities to their families and their employers. Time and again, they lend a hand to their neighbors and give back to their country. They take pride in their labor and are generous in spirit.

These aren’t Republican values or Democratic values that they’re living by, business values or labor values. They’re American values.

Unfortunately, too many of our citizens have lost faith that our biggest institutions — our corporations, our media, and, yes, our government — still reflect these same values.

Each of these institutions are full of honorable men and women doing important work that helps our country prosper. But each time a CEO rewards himself for failure or a banker puts the rest of us at risk for his own selfish gain, people’s doubts grow. Each time lobbyists game the system or politicians tear each other down instead of lifting this country up, we lose faith.

The more that TV pundits reduce serious debates to silly arguments, big issues into sound bites, our citizens turn away.

No wonder there’s so much cynicism out there. No wonder there’s so much disappointment.

I campaigned on the promise of change, change we can believe in, the slogan went. And right now, I know there are many Americans who aren’t sure if they still believe we can change, or that I can deliver it.

But remember this: I never suggested that change would be easy or that I could do it alone. Democracy in a nation of 300 million people can be noisy and messy and complicated. And when you try to do big things and make big changes, it stirs passions and controversy. That’s just how it is.

Those of us in public office can respond to this reality by playing it safe and avoid telling hard truths and pointing fingers. We can do what’s necessary to keep our poll numbers high and get through the next election instead of doing what’s best for the next generation.

But I also know this: If people had made that decision 50 years ago or 100 years ago or 200 years ago, we wouldn’t be here tonight. The only reason we are here is because generations of Americans were unafraid to do what was hard, to do what was needed even when success was uncertain, to do what it took to keep the dream of this nation alive for their children and their grandchildren.

Our administration has had some political setbacks this year, and some of them were deserved. But I wake up every day knowing that they are nothing compared to the setbacks that families all across this country have faced this year.

And what keeps me going, what keeps me fighting, is that despite all these setbacks, that spirit of determination and optimism, that fundamental decency that has always been at the core of the American people, that lives on.

It lives on in the struggling small-business owner who wrote to me of his company, “None of us,” he said, “are willing to consider, even slightly, that we might fail.”

It lives on in the woman who said that, even though she and her neighbors have felt the pain of recession, “We are strong, we are resilient, we are American.”

It lives on in the 8-year-old boy in Louisiana who just sent me his allowance and asked if I would give it to the people of Haiti.

And it lives on in all the Americans who’ve dropped everything to go someplace they’ve never been and pull people they’ve never known from the rubble, prompting chants of “USA! USA! USA!” when another life was saved.

The spirit that has sustained this nation for more than two centuries lives on in you, its people.

We have finished a difficult year. We have come through a difficult decade. But a new year has come. A new decade stretches before us.

We don’t quit. I don’t quit. Let’s seize this moment, to start anew, to carry the dream forward, and to strengthen our union once more.


‘So This Is How Liberty Dies…With Thunderous Applause’

-Padme Amidala, Star Wars, Episode III: The Revenge of the Sith

Thank you. God bless you. And God bless the United States of America.

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Oliver Stone Says Banksters “Enabled” Hitler and the Nazis

Oliver Stone Says Banksters “Enabled” Hitler and the Nazis

Kurt Nimmo
January 26, 2010

Filmmaker Oliver Stone has told The Canadian Press that international bankers “enabled” Hitler and the Nazis. “Adolf Hitler was a psychopath and a monster but rose to power thanks to big business leaders and other supporters who appreciated his vow to destroy communism and control workers, Hollywood filmmaker Oliver Stone said Monday,” in Bangkok, Thailand, writes Michael Casey.

Stone left out a few important details. Not only did the banksters support and encourage Hitler and the Nazis, they also created from scratch the communism the German dictator vowed to destroy.

Without the support of the German industrial cartel I.G. Farben, Hitler would have remained an obscure historical footnote and millions of people would not have perished during the Second World War.

Farben, however, was not alone in its effort to empower Hitler and the Nazis. “Without the capital supplied by Wall Street, there would have been no I.G. Farben in the first place, and almost certainly no Adolf Hitler and World War II,” writes Antony C. Sutton in Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler. “German bankers on the Farben Aufsichsrat (the supervisory Board of Directors) in the late 1920s included the Hamburg banker Max Warburg, whose brother Paul Warburg was a founder of the Federal Reserve System in the United States.” The Farben industrial cartel was created by three Wall Street houses: Dillon, Read & Co., Harris, Forbes & Co., and National City.

In the 1930s, William Dodd, the U.S. Ambassador in Germany, wrote Roosevelt from Berlin and explained the importance of the banksters and American industrialists in this “enabling” process. “The DuPonts have their allies in Germany that are aiding in the armament business. Their chief ally is the I.G. Farben Company,” wrote Dodd.

In addition to the DuPonts, Standard Oil, International Harvester, J.P. Morgan-controlled General Motors Company and Ford facilitated Germany’s rearmament after the First World War. International Telephone and Telegraph, General Electric, International Business Machines, Alcoa and Dow Chemical were also involved. Many of these companies continued their support of Hitler and the Nazis after the United States declared war on Germany.

“Treasury Secretary Morgenthau was deeply disturbed at the implications of this Wall Street monopoly of the fate of Nazi Germany and prepared a memorandum to present to President Roosevelt,” writes Sutton.

Former president George W. Bush’s grandfather, senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.

“His business dealings, which continued until his company’s assets were seized in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act, has led more than 60 years later to a civil action for damages being brought in Germany against the Bush family by two former slave laborers at Auschwitz and to a hum of pre-election controversy,” The Guardian reported in September, 2004.

The Bush family connection to Hitler and the Nazis and the premeditated murder of millions of people, of course, did not reflect on the election of Bush primarily because the corporate media ignored the story.

“Throughout the Bush family’s decades of public life, the American press has gone out of its way to overlook one historical fact — that through Union Banking Corporation (UBC), Prescott Bush, and his father-in-law, George Herbert Walker, along with German industrialist Fritz Thyssen, financed Adolf Hitler before and during World War II,” writes Toby Rogers.

Not only did the banksters and industrialists create the Frankenstein monster Hitler, they also funded and supported Soviet communism from its inception. In Wall Street and The Bolshevik Revolution, Antony Sutton details this relationship. Sutton draws on State Department files, personal papers of key Wall Street figures, biographies and conventional histories to make the point that bankers and so-called capitalists secretly and illegally supported the Bolsheviks while publicly supporting the anti-Bolshevik movement.

According to Sutton’s research, Morgan banking executives in funneled illegal Bolshevik gold into the U.S., intervened to free Leon Trotsky (who advocated “total revolution”), and transported Lenin across Europe in a “sealed” train (with $5 to $6 million in gold to facilitate the revolution). German bankster Max Warburg was instrumental in financing Lenin and the Russian Revolution.

“Communism is not [and never was] a creation of the masses to overthrow the Banking establishment, but rather a creation of the Banking establishment to overthrow and enslave the people,” explains Anthony J. Hilder. “The goal of international communism is not to destroy Western international debt capitalism. The goal of international communism is to enslave mankind at the behest of Western international debt capitalism,” R.E. McMaster wrote in The Reaper.

In Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, Sutton used State Department documents to explain how the banksters continued to fund and build the Soviet Union after the revolution. “Sutton shows conclusively that virtually everything the Soviets possess has been acquired from the West. It is not much of an exaggeration to say that the U.S.S.R. was made in the U.S.A.,” noted Gary Allen in 1971.

“In the Bolshevik Revolution we have some of the world’s richest and most powerful men financing a movement which claims its very existence is based on the concept of stripping of their wealth men like the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Schiffs, Warburgs, Morgans, Harrimans, and Milners. But obviously these men have no fear of international Communism. It is only logical to assume that if they financed it and do not fear it, it must be because they control it. Can there be any other explanation that makes sense? Remember that for over 150 years it has been standard operating procedure of the Rothschilds and their allies to control both sides of every conflict,” Allen explained.

Both communism and fascism were created as profit generators and more importantly control mechanisms by the international bankster cartel.

It remains to be seen if Oliver Stone’s 10-part documentary on the 20th century titled The Secret History of the United States will cover these pertinent and important details. Short of telling the whole story, Stone’s documentary will be little better than the version of history offered by the establishment and the corporate media and publishers.

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Why I did it (for nico).

I did not do what I did to hurt you at all. What I thought happened to you I tried to get confirmation from a number of sources but no one got back to me. I honestly was told by what I thought was my spirit guides that you had died for your injuries from a fall down the stairs, which I was told what happened to you while was in CT by what I also thought was my spirit guide. Understand you are not the only one I talk to telepathically and it leaves me open to all kinds of bad spirits to fuck with me and there are a few that like to imitate my master guides voice and a few of my other psirit guides. I was warned in 95 that this was going to happen. You see there is a war going on for this planet, the light vs. the dark. I have been fighting the dark side for 1000's of years and so have you. They really have a hold on this planet but I threaten to anchor so much light on this planet that they know I am a threat so I get fucked with. For 3 days I was told you were in the hospital and seriously injured. This is why I went into NYC to find what hospital you were in. When I couldnt find you on the 2nd day looking I was told you had died.

I went to your moms house to find out, which looking back was incredibly stupid and I cant believe I did it. No one answered on any door. I thought you were dead Nico and I am not kidding. I now know how important I am that the New world order had me try to take myself out because I was told by my real spirit guides what happens at the end of both our lives. I really thought these guides were mine. It was really bad and I know you think I am crazy, but honestly we talk to each other all the time telepathically. I know the whole truth and nothing but it. You do too you just forgot some of it.

Just KNow this, I am not insane, I learned a very important lesson about who I am and my spiritual path and what not to do. I DID NOT DO IT TO HURT YOU. I thought you were all ready in the after life.

sorry I am so spiritually important for this planet, it really is a drag on us.

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Monday, January 25, 2010

purple pain

I only ever wanted to see you laughing in the purple rain. Instead all that we have right now is purple pain. Thanks to my dumb ass.

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Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Yes I really do.

I do love you so much, I really, really do. I am sorry about what happened and I am healing myself as fast as I can. I never meant to hurt you, I never thought that this would be the outcome of what I did. I really had no idea I was hurting you, I hurt myself so bad that I lost a lot of the spiritual power I had gained these past 4 years. Things got bad for me 2 weeks before I left seattle but I should of never gone back east. I made a mistake and never want to go to CT again. I never meant to hurt you.

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Adam needs Eve.

Adam cannot live without Eve, period. The whole universe needs them to be together. The are very special souls. When they get together the whole universe gets a blast of love and light. The universe and this planet especially need them to be together. So Eve if your reading this, please go to Adam, he needs you really bad.


"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Friday, January 22, 2010

My Angels and Demons

Ever since I was a little kid I had a spiritual awakening that my parents instantly tried to kill with the doses of low self esteem they fed me as I grew up a serious tomboy. I was a very awakened little kid until my parents darkness swallowed me up and tragic things started to happen to me. My parents did not have any religion or enlightenment in their souls at all. They dont even believe in a god, which is completely different than myself.

I lost most of whatever spiritual awakening I had into high school. I grew up so awkward with my mom teaching me to hate myself that by the time my 2nd year in high school ended I was Frankenstein monster. On the outside I was what everyone wanted me to be. On the inside I was crushed. My first great love was with this the boy who got me into punk and hardcore music. We met the summer before we were freshmen. He had just moved to my town with his dad. I loved him so much. But because my mom made me hate myself and my human sexuality, I was never able to tell him how I felt. It all ended tragically with him trying to kill himself over our unspoken love. It wasnt until years later after I moved back from NYC in 94 that we professed our love to each other and finally consummated our love. It was perhaps the best day of my life so far.

In 1993 I moved to New York City and I met the person that woke me back up spiritually and it was for good. Unfortunately when she woke me up, she fell back to sleep and is just now finally getting back her spiritual awakening, mostly because I keep "hitting her over the head" with the truth that she once taught me. Our relationship also ended tragically if it really ever ended at all. I left New York City and we fell apart. I left New York City in 94 to get away from heroin. When I got back my spiritual power I realized that I was here for a very important purpose even if everyone around me didn't notice it.

When I officially started my spiritual path in 1994 I realized I had some power angels and Alien friends in other dimensions. At the same time I realized I had some demons and negative aliens hanging around them. I am such an old soul that I have karma with both my angels and my demons. This lifetime is for destroying those demons and keep them from hurting the planet anymore. call it the devil if you want to but the devil and satan are not the only demons that exist on our planet. But my angels are the important part of this blog.

I have had my life saved about 9 times now. Recently in a big way with my accident in New York City this past December. Since that happened I have even awakened more than I was before the accident. I know now for a fact I am here for a very important reason and that I love a certain someone for a very important reason also. I have loved the same person since 1993. When god made our souls, he made us as one for a grand experiment to see what happens when two souls travel just about their whole existence together. Our story is a long beautifully tragic novel that doesnt have the ended yet. When I have the ending I am going to publish the most beautiful story of love you will ever read. Even better than Doctor Zhivago.

Having my life saved this Christmas has reinvigorated my purpose here in this universe. It has been a struggle these past few weeks but it has only made me stronger. I now know for a fact that I was saved for a very important reason and that I am needed on this planet for not only myself and my loved one, but for all of humanity. I am so of the light I literally want to be like Jesus, without a religion being created around me, to heal the pain of America. The United States needs an avatar like Buddha, Krishna, Jesus, Sai Baba (the current avatar in India) and the Dali lama. BUT as I said I DO NOT want a religion being created around me, I just want to impart the light of god and heal this countries pain because we have A LOT of it because of all the wars that we were tricked into fighting by men on both sides seeking destruction and profit. Every veteran of the 20th and 21st century need to be healed.

I have a long way to go before I am like Jesus and an avatar. There is a long spiritual fight ahead of me but I am up to the task. I almost died and that would of made the forces of darkness very happy. As a matter of fact I believe that this happened because they wanted to take me out. Powerful Greek god like beings can manipulate certain forces and matter to take someone out. I dont really know if this is fact but what happened to me in New York City was a fucked up fluke. Did my angels let me down by letting this happen? Hell no! They saved my life. there is a spiritual war going on for this planet between the dark and light. Remember this every time you have a negative thought or do something bad to someone. When you do that, you are creating weapons of bad karma for the dark to use against all of us. We all need to have a spiritual awakening and know that GOD is within us too. WE are children of god hence we are god and goddesses we have just been lulled back to asleep to forget who we really are. Be like Jesus if you are any kind of Christian. If you dont like religion discover the god within you because we are pieces of god and we have the same power as him. We create our lives everyday without even thinking about it. Our thoughts are creating this entire planet and the way it is going.

By using the power of light and goodness, we can create peace on this planet. Everyone needs to take part in this spiritual war by helping ever and hurting never. Our thoughts create our entire reality. make those thoughts loving towards yourself and others. By doing this we can create heaven on Earth. Join the army of light and love. Follow the constitution because it is really important and it is being taken away from us. We need to fight the forces of darkness that have taken control of our government. We need to fight them by changing our lives from a negative one to a positive one. Violence begets violence and this country could handle taking up arms against an army that could wipe us all out in a few seconds. Plus as Americans we would have a huge issue with living without things like energy and water, which happens to places ravaged by war. Our souls, all of them are all ravaged by war, from the soldiers that died to the women that killed themselves over the loss of their husbands. Past lives is a fact and people need to wake up about them. Jesus taught about them but it was taken out of his teachings by the Romans who tought they could control us better if thought that this life was all we had. Before this, even non-Christians knew the truth about past lives. Our spiritual power was stripped by the Romans.

The Romans imprisoned the followers of Jesus to write down the scriptures. The Romans had tight control over what was put in their version of the bible. So much was taken out that if Christians all found out the truth about what was done with Jesus's and the previous profits teachings, their would be a revolution. This is why the Vatican doesnt fess up about past lives and other hidden teachings of Jesus, they dont want a revolution because they are afraid of losing their power. The Vatican is in Rome for a serious reason. Jesus was real, the bible is mostly contrived to control us and throughout the dark ages the Church did control everyone in Europe and I mean pretty much everyone.

I am here as a beacon of light and I am calling everyone to be like me and be a beacon of light yourselves. Have Compassion, understanding, live in joy, be in the moment instead of worrying about the past or future, self empower yourself in whatever way you see fit and watch out for your ego. The ego is made up of all of our negative emotions and thoughts. the ego also has a good side to it and try to discover that side. The good side of the ego contains within it your self-love that most of us were taught not to have because our teachers were not taught to have self love either. It is a vicious cycle that we all need to break free of. Without loving yourself first unconditionally, you cannot love another the same way and we all need to love each other unconditionally like brothers and sisters.

My angels are so powerful and I love them so much. I humbly kneel to them for not only saving my life, but for all the love and light they depart to me. I pray to them to impart love and light to my loved one in New York City. By helping her you are not only helping me but the universe. She is also very special and important just like me. When we are together our light shines brighter than the sun and this country needs the light of our love for each other. Thank you so much for your love. Please help me so I can help my country. I love you divine mother and I love you god.

Take care of yourselves and each other,


"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Thursday, January 21, 2010

For Eve because NO ONE will ever love you like the way I do.

Here's a couple of songs the angels play for us. I know you hear it too. I love you Eve.

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Finally off Methadone!

I have been working on getting off of methadone and transferring to these pills that are much better for you and easier to get off of since 2002. the pills are called Suboxone and I was on them from 2001-2002 when it was a research drug. Now it is federally approved.

It is much easier to go from suboxone to nothing. Methadone is impossible to get off of and only 2 percent of the people that try make it off successfully. I all ready tried twice to get off of methadone and it didnt work. Finally when i was in NYC, this addiction medicine doctor took me off methadone and put me on oxycodones. In New York City they do this when you are on less than 50 mgs of methadone. You go from the oxy's to the suboxone.

So I took this doctor up on his offer and it was really hard. I had to take so many of the oxy's and it made me feel all strung out. The doctor in NYC made the appointment for me for the DR. in Seattle that was suppose to subscribe the suboxone to me. But when I got to Seattle this asshole of a psychiatrist decided to not take any more suboxone patients. He literally left me out to dry without a program and my methadone clinic all ready discharged me when the Doctor in NYC called them on the phone and told them what he did. They discharged me without even telling about it. I wanted to keep them on hold in case the suboxone didnt work out so I wouldnt have to buy methadone off the street. But the DR there had been trying to get rid of me since I won a case against her.

Last year I got my medical marijuana license. The doctor at the clinic tried to take away my take homes because of it and started testing me for weed. Well I fought her all the way to the top and won. It was against the clinic's policy to test for weed. She did whatever she wanted to a lot of people. She has hurt a lot of people. When I won my case she kept trying to find reasons to get rid of me. When they discharged me like that it was written up as if I left under bad circumstances, but I didnt. I never even had a dirty urine there. I hadnt had a dirty urine since 2002. This left me in bad standing which means if I had to go back I couldnt go back for 6 months to a year depending on the situation. I dont want to go back there anyway. I hate that place.

When the psychiatrist refused to prescribe me the suboxone, he left me in danger of having to use heroin. I hate heroin and want nothing more to do with it. This doctor is not a doctor he is the fucking devil. He didnt like me because I refused to go on anti-anxiety and anti-depressants. I do not believe in those medicines and they are also impossible to get off of. I all ready have the methadone to get off of and I dont want to be stuck for life on some evil pill that doesnt even work and makes your problems worse. I tried them years ago and all they did for me was make me want to kill myself and make me a zombie. 3 different times I was given psych meds and all 3 times they didnt work and made everything worse. This doctor is the kind of jerk that just wants to put people on pills and not really heal them. He also hated me because I was on medical marijuana and he didnt believe in it for PTSD, even though there are many, many studies and a lot of proof that pot is the only thing that really treats PTSD successfully. The doctor that wrote me my medical marijuana card is an expert on PTSD.

So for over a week I had to buy methadone off the street and it was terrible. I still had some oxycodones but not enough so I bought methadone to make them last. I was also prescribed a clonidine patch from the doctor in NYC and they really help take away the withdrawals. I also have Gabapentin which is a non narcotic pain killer that treats opiate withdrawal. Luckily I didnt have to buy heroin because a Doctor at Pacific medical center came to my rescue.

I went to see my doctor at Pacific Medical Center to try and get a 2 week supply of methadone because my previous doctor there wrote me a 2 week script once when I needed extra take homes to go visit my parents in CT for the holidays. But the doctor that took her place would not do it because she is not licensed for addiction medication. The govt makes it illegal for doctors to prescribe opiates for opiate addiction because they own all of the liquid methadone companies and they passed a law so that everyone that needed to go on methadone has to by it from them. The CIA brings in the heroin and then they reap the rewards by getting people hooked on heroin and having methadone being the only option. But suboxone throws a wrench in their works.

98 percent of the people on methadone cannot get off of it and will be stuck for life. You can die and have seizures from methadone withdrawal. It is worse than heroin. Suboxone 80 percent of the people can get off successfully and stay off for good as long as they go to counseling and take care of themselves while on the medication. The Gov't made suboxone extremely expensive so that people cannot afford to get on it. There are only 3 doctors in Seattle that are authorized to prescribe suboxone that take Medicare and Medicaid. To get it at the non-insurance taking methadone clinics here in Washington state it costs 800 dollars compared to 360 dollars for methadone. here in Seattle there are 2 clinics that take state insurance or any insurance for that matter and they both suck. There are more clinics in New Haven CT than there are in Seattle Washington. This is sickening. Seattle is known for heroin (black tar that is which is disgusting and I hate with a passion) and should have tons and tons of clinics just like New York City. The govt makes it harder to get suboxone because you can get off successfully and they wont make as much money off of your addiction.

So after the psychiatrist fucked me over for the suboxone, I was going to have to get back on methadone and start all over going everyday and paying for it out of my pocket. The one doctor I found that took my insurance had a two week waiting period and I was attempting to see him but I really couldnt even wait a week.

Anyway as I was seeing my Doctor at Pacific Medical Center, she told me there was a Doctor there that prescribed suboxone but he wasn't taking any more patients. She finally agreed to prescribe some medication to help my withdrawals so she went to the nurses station to look up medications on the computer. Well while she was out there she spoke to the doctor that prescribed the suboxone. She sweetly pleaded my case and he decided to take me on! I saw him today! I pick up my medication tomorrow!

This Doctor is an angel. I am so excited! I am just waiting for my insurance to approve it and I am on my way. Even if they deny it at first, I will pay for it out of my pocket until I appeal and win my case because basically instead of paying 400 dollars for my methadone they are paying 400 dollars for the suboxone, which in the long run saves them money because I can get off of this medication!

After a 8 year wait I finally got the medication I need to free myself of opiate addiction. I all ready took care of my head and heart and will continue to do so. I just now need to fix my opiate receptors and this is the pill that does it. No other pill actually fixes the opiate receptor, this is why the New World Order hates these pills. Suboxone defeats the vicious cycle of heroin and methadone. It saves lives because being trapped at a methadone clinic that will kick you out for no reason is very scary. I was kicked out at one clinic here in Seattle because my counselor made a mistake. I had been clean for 3 years when this happened. It was fucked up and I should of taken them to court.

I really stoked because in a year I will be off of these pills too and finally free and I mean FREE! I can travel when I want to, take off on a moment's notice and not have to worry about my methadone or the clinic.

This is the beginning of the end of my nightmare addiction to opiates. Thanks to divine mother for coming through for me, I love you so much and I am here to serve you, the light, humanity and Nico until my dying breath and beyond. I pray to divine mother to have everything with my insurance go through. I really need this chance and cant really afford to pay for them on my own. Thanks to my angel doctor at pacific medical center. i will never forget this.

PS. At Yale New Haven Hospital on was on these pills when it was research. I did so well that the doctor kept me on for a year and a half when it was only a 6-month to a year program! The nurse said I did the best out of all her patients. I did not even get sick from the blocker that is in these pills. When I relapsed in 2002 I walked off the program I was only taking 4 mgs! I almost made it to nothing but because I wasnt getting counseling I relapsed. Since then I have sone intensive counseling at a couple different places and I still do! So I KNOW FOR A FACT that I can get off of suboxone, but I cannot just get off of methadone. I am beyond stoked.


"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."

Saturday, January 16, 2010

All I know is this....

All I know is that I love you.
All I know is that we go deep.
All i know is that I cant live without you,
one way or another,
I cant live without you.
I carry you just as much as you carry me,
I made a mistake and lost my mind,
I really dont know what happened to me in NYC and CT
but it wasnt good and I lost all my power, strength and will.
I was swallowed up by my PTSD and almost took my life.
I was tsick of this body,
sick of being without you,
sick of waiting for the future,
sick of not being able to travel freely all over this planet,
sick of not being your angel.
sick of this body.

I didnt mean for this to happen and I really dont remember at all what really happened. I had a breakdown all because yes i have serious issues with my parents and CT and they are deep. I can never go there again. The only thing on the east coast that I care about is you. It's hard hearing your voice in my head. Do you think you're the only voice that talks to me? Unfortunately your not and I get fucked with all the time by angels and demons. Your the only one I wanted to telepathically communicate to but I am so powerful and my channel is so open that I can talk to just about any soul I want to in spirit, but this leaves me open for beings that are not working for the light to fuck with me. Believe me I may have PTSD but I am not crazy. My life is the x-files times 100,000.

I am sorry about what I did, I had little to no control over what was happening. It scared the shit out of me because nothing like this ever happened to me before. I always have control but something happened to me on the east coast at my parents house. I completely had a PTSD blackout. I should not be alive right now. I now know that I can never over-dose, divine mother, god and my angels will not let me. As a matter of fact I cant die until they are ready to take me. I am so important and I am needed on this planet so bad that many, many, many times has my life been saved, esp this last time. I should be dead.

I am glad I am not dead because I didnt want to die, I have no idea why this happened. One thing is for sure I am still alive because of you. You need me on the planet also. One way or another you need me here too. I know this is a fact because it was the first thing that I was told by the avatar/angel that saved my life was that he saved me because of you. It's deep. He also saved me for the planet and myself but honestly I know the truth and it doesnt matter that much whether we have a body or not. All my heroes are dead, except for you. All my soul mates are gone, not on the planet right now. You are it. You are the only one left so I am utterly alone.

If you want to communicate with me, be positive, tell me you love me, dont be mean because I couldnt really handle it right now. I go crazy without you having the courage to be honest with me. its all I need is for you to tell me with your body how you feel. I hate to say this but I know you love me, dont lie, it doesnt matter that you have some joyless love affair happening. All that matters is the truth. PLEASE tell me because your hurting me and I dont deserve it.

I need my purple heart.

"Wars May Come and Wars May Go But Art Is Forever."