Monday, February 28, 2011

Repairman At Wit's End...

If you can't tell from my writing...I am easily frustrated.  I get irritated at the most seemingly harmless things.  A jewess starts a wage revolt for teachers in Wisconsin, and I see a broke state that will have to be bailed out.  With our tax dollars...somehow.  Maybe we can put all teachers and state workers on the Federal payroll.  Sure...that would solve a lot of problems.  Sheesh.  As if.  I'm suspicious that that will be their final answer.  I appear to be alone in this anti-anti-revolution thing.  Oh well.  I've been alone a lot before.  I am in sparse company as I see the revolt in Egypt and the entire Middle East in fact as being engineered by zionists.  It is cheaper to change regimes, in money and lives, when you stir the people to do it for you.  I am annoyed that people can't see this.

I get annoyed at those that seek company in their views.  That sounds a bit silly perhaps...a bit contrary and nay-saying. Much against what I am trying to do here...to convince others that I have at least one foot on the right path. Heaven help me if I was taken seriously.  Then I would have to revolt against myself.  But if I see the herd going one way, I often ask why not the other path.  Crowds scare me.  Group-think spooks me out.  If the majority of people believe something, that to me is good enough reason to question it.  But maybe that's just me.  I am annoying, and annoyed.  A lot of us are.  I think we creepy people are where change for good starts.  Like an inventor that sees the way the world is perfectly happy snapping off the top of a soda and tossing it on the ground...then he develops an opener that stays on the can.  The curse of an engineer.  Always look for a better way.  Never be satisfied.  Tough way to live.  Maybe that's a small part of human nature.

But you are like that too.  Or you wouldn't be here.  I look at the world as a faulty machine turning out faulty parts.  After a short time tinkering and fiddling, I announce "well, HERE'S your problem...right here with this main gear that runs the whole machine.  It will need to be replaced".    I announce also that there will be quite a bit of down-time to replace it, and the world doesn't want to hear that.  I tell them that if they don't they will keep getting defective parts, and they tell me they can make-do with what is produced.  I scratch my head in disbelief of their denial.  Sure, it will be costly.  Sure, there will be many changes that will have to take place to repair the damage...but eventually the whole thing will break down if you don't.  They don't want to hear it.  Oh well.  I keep trying to convince them.  I show them that the judaic gear that is running the machine is defective by design.  They don't want to hear it.  They don't even accept the fact that that faulty gear IS running the whole machine.  They think I'm daft.  They can't afford it in any event, they tell me.  I tell them they can't afford NOT to.  They don't want to hear that either.
What are you gonna do.
I'm losing patience.  I am running out of reasoning power.  Only the defective gear disagrees with my assessment of the problem.  The customer...the world knows I am right.  They know there is a defect in the design and understand that it is getting worse and they really don't need me...the guy bent over the machine with his butt-crack sticking out...to tell them why there is a problem.  Maybe they allow this annoying repairman his diagnosis because they know that one day they will have to fork out the cost of the repair.  They need the grounding, the common sense solution to be out here at least. They will keep seeking second and third opinions, and on and on. They will keep turning knobs..tweaking this...adjusting that.   The solution that they avoid is right in front of them as the problems mount in a mathematical proportion, all pointing to a single gear.
A single driving force for eventual destruction.  As a wise-guy once said: "Its the jews, stupid".  I can't add anything to that.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Working For A Living...

You know...it's a funny thing...what can be said in public. Especially in the workplace. I mean WORKplace. Not an office. I don't mean to say that work does not take place in an office...lord no. I have done enough of that in my day. But as all cultures in the world understand...there is work, and there is WORK.


When I was a young guy working my way through school and a young dumb life, I laboured in many factories and trade areas in which there was little if any political correctness. This is an arena where the common man and woman spend a third or more of their entire lives. The majority of human kind. This is their home-away-from-home. Even less than in their actual homes, do they curtail their language or their opinions in their workplace. This was one of the biggest shocks that I have received in my life...before or since.
After having secured my first summer factory job before my first year of college...a manual labor, unskilled position, I was given training. This training began with a little introductory meeting in a dirty factory office above the manufacturing floor, by the manager of my part of the plant. He began his little talk by saying: " When you are working down there, keep one thing in mind at all times...keep your fucking hands outta the fucking machines!"

I stood in awe of his bluntness. I had never heard an adult use that kind of language...I must truly be a man now...this must be what real adulthood means. To be able to express yourself in colorful language like this. To be able to drive home a point...damn the consequences...by using carefully placed profanity. COOL!
Well, of course I learned that is the way working people talk...less so than they used to, but it is still as pragmatic as it was then.
I also mentioned opinions that are expressed in the workplace. These are of a different color. And when I refer to color...I am speaking of the Caucasian factory worker. This opining is generally rooted in the same pragmatism, but is much less instructive and usually mean-spirited. The invectives "nigger" and "spic" were (or were much more, then) thrown around with a very casual abandon over the drone of the machines. This taught me a lot about human nature as I either endured these racial slurs or spoke up to them. When I endured them, I saw the fear and the pride from which they came. Fear that someone unlike themselves were threatening everything that they held to be true and good, and pride of being above another fellow human, simply because of skin-color or origin. When I spoke up to them, I identified myself as an outsider...a college boy, here for the summer only.
The racial balance in the workplace has so changed over the years in amerika that the racial slurs are almost never heard. Political correctness...or I should again refer to pragmatism...has all but erased this vocal prejudice. However, most of the feelings are still there.
I feel I can write about such things for two reasons. Firstly, I experienced this first-hand as a youth. And of the things this experience taught me was the fact that this imprisonment in the manufacturing life was not something I wished to do for very long and it kept my ambition level high enough to escape it. I quickly longed for the white-collar job in lieu of the physically and mentally exhausting existence of the factory worker. And I triumphed in my efforts. I soon became the guy in the office downtown, far away from the stench of the assembly plant.
But that aside, there was something that always fascinated me about the unskilled laborer and his language and opinions. They are true grass-roots. The people that live and work and die for the industrialists. Noble characters indeed...these workers.


Anyway, the second reason that I feel qualified to comment on this subject is that I returned. Well, not to the factory...but a blue-collar job nonetheless. After I retired I got a part-time night job. I needed to work...that is something they get you hooked on...that idea that you aren't worth your salt unless you do some mindless tasks for money. But what was chief in my selection of said retirement employment, was a job about which I did NOT have to care. Care about production schedules, quality reports, deadlines...etc. Too many years caring about all that shit, thank you very much. I just wanted a job I could leave at the workplace...didn't have to bring home with me. I got it. And strangely enough, the same people are still working there. I mean the same pragmatic slaves. Kind of reassuring in a way. Kind of sad in another. Oh well.
There are not as many racial slurs being thrown around nowadays. Now pockets of Caucasian workers catch themselves when they almost utter one. That's a good thing. But one thing amazes me in this slightly changed area. These white worker-bees are now so sensitive to the feelings of there fellow Mexican, or Black,or Asian workers that they are very careful not to mention their own particular prejudices, for fear that the target of their bigotry might be within earshot.

But NO one mentions jews.

Funny that. These people would never be within earshot of the judaic. As we all know that generally speaking...jews are NOT in the real workplace. I have "worked" shoulder-to-shoulder with probably most all cultures and races of this world, but never "with" a jew. FOR them, yes. But never alongside them in labor. In the blue-collar world however one certainly couldn't offend a hebrew by stating: "yeah, Bob...another day, another dollar for the jew", for instance. Or "Say, Linda...you ever notice that we all seem to work for jews?"
Along with the much needed racial sensitivity the amerikan blue-collar worker has taken on his mantle, he has also learned never to defame the ashkanazi for whom he slaves. Blame the media to which he is also enslaved...perhaps... this just strikes me funny. But what do I know...I'm just working for a living. Again.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Keep Repeating To Yourself...

I don't normally touch politics. And you know me...I don't like to get too topical. To me, politics is just theater. Yiddish theater. Nothing changes. Same jews playing with their puppets for the entertainment of the mentally challenged...however...

There is a lot of news about Wisconsin lately. The evil Governor has pushed through legislation that effectively eliminates collective bargaining for state union workers. Whoop de doo. Ok, maybe I'm being a bit callous here in one respect. That being that these workers could lose their cost-of-jewish-living raises at some point. I'm in tears as we speak. As if half of this country cannot even make ends meet.


We all know that the Koch brothers through their newly purchased Governor, have accomplished this attack on the unions. It has grown legs and is being copied in several other( even in my) states. I'm going to shock some of my readers here. Good for them.

Why do I say this? You have to understand firstly where you are hearing all this from...The MSM. There is a reason that you are feeling angry about the poor government workers losing their voice against the "man". They WANT you to feel this way.

From Samuel Gompers and Emma Goldman on...unions are jewish.
They are a jewish trick. Get the workers united against the Goyim industrialists and break their bonds of slavery...while you fight for higher wages ( more money only...screw the benefits). Of course as leaders of the unions, the jewish take a huge portion of their member's higher wages in dues...and then put them out of work by way of strikes to gain even higher wages to suck out even higher dues. On and on, causing inflation in the process. It's the oldest hebrew trick to come out of Russia. For anyone to say no to unions is a jewish sin. They know on which side of their bread lies the butter. These "wobblys" have been leeching off of the amerikan worker for ages...when it suits their purpose. When the industrialist is jewish, he can be seen as magnanimous by giving the workers a union...playing both sides. As old as the Napoleonic wars. Now it starts again.
The huge crowds of protesters that they have organized in Wisconsin, Ohio and now Indiana are reminiscent...for those of you with very short-term memories...of the Egyptian people crowding their city squares demanding freedom from oppression. Same docu-drama here folks. Same director. Same channel.

I can see that this thing is going to come down to a few jewish organizers and the corrupt Gentile state government...and we are going to have another "Hollywood Ten" thing again. For those of you unaware...that is when the Evil McCarthy tried to stop jewish communism in hollyweird...and won, a small battle. But Senator McCarthy was relegated to the anti-semitic trash heap of history later on. So here we see another showdown. One in which you are going to be on the side of the poor worker...against the Evil Gentile Koch brothers. Oh please...get a clue.


I am not sure...but I would be willing to bet that the Koch brothers have refused to play ball with some powerful yids at some point in the recent past. They and their puppet Walker are going to pay the price. I am already seeing calls for boycotts of Koch brothers industrial products...even in the alternative media. Some people never learn the first rule of life here in the united snakes. KEEP REPEATING TO YOURSELF... IF YOU HEAR IT OR READ IT IN THE MAIN-STREAM MEDIA...IT IS A LIE. ALL OF IT. END OF STORY. Jesus Christ on a bike.

No Comment Required...

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Complicity...

An individual is complicit in a crime if he/she is aware of its occurrence and has the ability to report the crime, but fails to do so.

This is a legal definition of the word complicity. It is the definition by which criminals are tried for their role in crimes in most courts of law. So many of us, were we in the dock on this charge pleading innocent...would be found guilty as charged. So many of us unfortunately would go free. Those that are not "aware" of a crime. But to whom would we report such a crime, if indeed we were aware of it? To the police? To the court system? Or are they also complicit?
The crimes I speak of are all around us...on a daily basis. It is the occupation of and illegal influence wielded by foreign nationals in our state and federal government and using such power in our country as a base of operations from which they wreak havoc on the civilized world. It is the trust, or monopoly that is held in the media, disallowing dissenting voices. It is the illegal usury applied to matters of finance and private central banking which our Constitution specifically forbids.
So we that understand these crimes are by definition complicit in their continuance. We that have done nothing to impede these crimes. Those that do not see this occupation, are innocent of any wrongdoing. I think this verdict is probably correct. Justice would be so served. Sort of.

There will be such a trial. Those found guilty will be punished. Those found complicit will also. Claiming you did know that these crimes were happening...and that you screamed your head off about them yet no one listened...will not be a viable defense. You did know and you spouted off to your fellow citizens about it, but your partners in crime continued their activities.
You're fucked. The old saying "damned if you do, damned if you don't" applies here, I think. We are outcasts in a corrupt society because we choose to scrutinize it's corruption and yet are powerless to stop it. And we will be judged as complicit in any just world to follow, because we knew.
We will feel like those German officers on the dock at Nuremberg while being accused of almost super-human acts of evil. They could say little to nothing in defense...what's the point...they were already tried and hung before the trial. The rest is awaiting the gallows. The rest is silence.
Well, that's ok too. If it serves. In what will be the reverse-Nuremberg. If it serves a better world, I will sit there and allow the assassinations of my character proceed to my demise. That's what I got into this for in the first place.


Prosecuting Attorney: "So, you would have this court believe that you did your utmost to impede zionism in your lifetime?"

Me: "Yes"

Prosecuting Attorney: "...even though you worked in their factories, voluntarily I might add...and paid taxes that you were fully aware were going mainly to subsidize the wanton murder of innocent men, women and children around the world, furthering the cause of zionism?"

Me: "but I tried to tell them..."

Prosecuting Attorney: "Your Honor, I would have you direct the accused to answer the questions I put to him with either a yes or no."
Judge: "He is so directed...please answer with either yes, or no"

Me: "...yes"

Prosecuting Attorney: " You sir, say you "tried" to tell them? To whom are you referring?"

Me: " Well...everyone. I had that blog... and..."

Prosecuting Attorney: "Yes, we are well aware of your writings, sir. They were ineffectual at best...this has already been proven in these proceedings. Isn't it true that in these writings you played more the "apologist" role rather than a critic of...

Defense Council : " Objection. Your Honor, my client was only an apologist by way of stating many times in his pre-war writings, that jews were only people; and as duped by zionism as were the Gentiles of the time...a fact that has been proven time and time again throughout these numerous trials..."

Judge: "Objection overruled."

Prosecuting Attorney:" Your honor, I have no further questions for this sorry individual. May he feel the wrath of the New Gentile Government in their punishment of such spineless individuals as this man...that was not only cognizant of the activities of the zionist infestation which nearly destroyed our world, but failed miserably in his meager efforts to save his own skin by his..."writing".

Judge: "Guilty of complicity....next case"

Me...ambivalence. Silence.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The Certainty Of A Closed Mind...

"...If only bloggers and circle jerk buddies ran the world it would be a utopia. Keep pluggin' on your joogle owned blog". -Get Deeez

I don't often even publish troll comments...let alone mention them in a post. They are generally disruptive, or mean for the sake of meanness, or hasbara talking point BS. But every now and again one of them just cries out to be refuted or at the very least be used as fodder for this little wacky attempt at rebellion I call How Dare I.
I love writing this stuff. I guess that is apparent...I do so much of it. Almost daily, if I don't have something more pressing...and sometimes even then. Call it a hobby, or a frustrated writer's last ditch attempt at expressing over half a century of unusual experiences, or just jerking off(as did my latest troll). I actually kind of like that type of comment now and again. I don't enjoy being abused any more than the next guy, but every now and again it's good to hear from the opposition camp. Someone that does not see things my way. We can learn from these experiences, or at the very least, learn that everything we say out here...just because it is in print and comes from an honest place within ourselves...doesn't make it gospel.
My latest "troll",(and I call them that, due to the hit-and-run nature of those that normally leave such negative...well insulting...comments) is typical of what I am talking about. I think that is the common term. Anyway these people seem to spend as much time as I do behind the keyboard typing out comments contrary to online articles/posts...for purposes unknown. To express a dissenting view? To challenge the writer's facts? Or just to see their words in print online...I don't know for certain. But they are a breed apart, that is certain. You find them everywhere that a webmaster allows. They are much akin to...I dunno...mosquitoes...that always seem to get in, no matter how vigilant one is about keeping the door closed. Sometimes they bite...sometimes they just buzz around your ear threatening to do so, as an annoyance. Either way they must be dealt with, eventually.
Perhaps I am being too harsh. After all these are just people. Maybe they have too much time on their hands...or are also frustrated writers, or feel that their opinions are not being considered. Again, I can't be sure.
But they do provide something useful. They remind us sometimes that the whole world is not our(bloggers) choir. Not everyone agrees with our point of view, simply because we are being as honest and as genuine as we can be in our efforts. That is a good thing. It is a way of honing our skills as writers, and thinkers. It keeps our mind open to differing opinions, even if in our initial estimation, they are clearly wrong. It is uncomfortable to be challenged, but there is no real solace in the certainty of a closed mind.
I would have a suggestion however for those that feel tempted to comment on this or any other site in such a negative fashion.
I too have commented to the contrary on many sites...but I have always kept one thing in mind. That is that I should comment to the author of said piece as if I were standing in front of them. Without the anonymity of the online experience. As if the speaker knows who I am and that I am willing to defend my position right here and now to their face. Then and only then...when you own your remarks...are they valid. This rule has always worked for me. It is amazing how seriously you are taken when you follow this simple guideline. The writer will automatically assume that first: you aren't a bot. Two: you are a human that deserves the respect of a response, and Three: you may or may not learn or teach something in the ensuing exchange. Neat thing...communication.
When one doesn't start off a rebuttal with something like: "You ignorant slut"...well, I'm sure you are familiar with the honey/vinegar adage. But beyond that...
What can be gained by hit-and-run vitriol? I never understood it. Perhaps in an arena of a bit more popular-subject website, an occasional "Fuck Off!" comment can be seen as...well, children giggling as they type it. But a venue such as this, with such a narrow focus...well, short of zionist-sponsored hasbara, I don't see the need. You certainly aren't going to garner that huge audience that such flaming would bring you by bombing a CNN or NBA type website. But maybe I just don't understand the troll mentality. It must be in the realm of the human experience...these are after all just folks like us. If they would expend as much effort in their colorful and descriptive insults, truly expressing their opinion...maybe someday they will be writing a similar article decrying like activity on their own sites. I dunno.
But anyway...Get Deeez, you have had your few minutes of fame(very limited - sorry I am not more popular for your sake). And twice even. I won't return insults. I don't know you. I don't think you really expressed an opinion...dissenting or otherwise. But your trolling paid off...I guess.
Myself, I would rather converse, learn, teach...open my mind...but that's just me.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Almost What I'm Talkin About...

The video contained here is movie-length...as a warning. You should reserve the time to watch it in it's entirety. I thought about just embedding it without comment as a...I dunno...public service type of thing. Then I thought that if I had the opportunity to speak to the authors...not as a troll in the comment section...I certainly would. Then I thought...hey, I have a site where I can post this film AND my take on it. Which I will. I decided to do this because there are some very important basic mistakes, or at the very least, omissions, that would to me change the film's outcome.

If you haven't seen the "Zeitgeist" films, you should. They are the brainchild of Peter Joseph. These are important outside-the-box documentaries. They got a lot of flack when first released...mostly because of the input of Acharya S.(D.M. Murdock), the atheistic academic author that has taken it upon herself to prove that ALL religion is myth. A noble pursuit in my view...but that is neither here nor there. The point is that the views expressed in these films are generally anti-religious...as a second warning.

So, I feel you should watch both previous Zeitgeist (and the addendum) films before viewing this one, if you haven't already. I'll be back down there when you are done; with my views...





As you see, there is a great deal of material covered in these films. But I intend to comment only on this last one that was recently released, "Moving Forward".
As I have said here many times, I endorse the philosophy of Jacque Fresco and his Venus project...in theory. He is the only person out here that I feel has not only a grasp of the world's problems, but a viable, workable solution.
That being said, I feel that the film's attempts at history are flawed, and they do not attempt to name those that are at the helm of this, our sinking ship of a planet.
I feel that they correctly portray all human behaviour as learned. They are very precise in this, and I applaud them for it. However, they fail to identify the culture which PRODUCES the traits of cupidity and amorality that have gotten us into this mess in the first place. To my way of observation there is only one religion/culture that instructs their young...learning through nurture...to apply this lack of conscience toward the humans outside their own kind. The judaic. Max Kaiser even profiles this type of philosophy in the interview contained in this expose'.
So my suggestion would be for the authors of this film to apply their own scientific findings ruthlessly upon the world as it is now. Then and only then would the judaic be exposed as the driving force behind the greed of the monetary-based enslavement of the world. But perhaps they are fully aware of where the finger of blame that they point, lies. Perhaps to gain a larger audience, they merely allow the viewer to deduce these facts. I dunno.
Of course they make a few mistaken historical references, in all 3 films...but I will forgive them that, considering the immense power of the remainder of the content in this series.
At any rate, I find this last film to be exciting and uplifting. It provides at the very least, the confirmation that someone out there understands the manifestations of those problematic people...and also ministers a very real alternative. Unfortunately, short of a non-violent revolution which this film depicts(if only)...it doesn't really inform the viewer HOW we get from here....to there. But you be the judge. I would like to hear from you on this.

Monday, February 21, 2011

I'm Not Having Any....

Like most people around the world, it took a little time for me to figure it out.
When 9/11 came down, I was of course shocked. But there was also a little voice in my head that told me that things were not as they seemed. It took a little research before I came to realize what had actually happened that day. Until I took the time to ferret out who would benefit..then I saw the mis-direction of our leader's war-of-terror, I just sat back and watched. Watched and tried to put myself, as distasteful as it was, in the place of the zionist jews that actually perpetrated these horrific attacks. When you do that, you can almost predict their next move. Then it becomes obvious.

Now we have the revolution in Egypt and the me-toos in various smaller states in the Middle East. As for Egypt; that little scene from Star Wars kept popping up in my head. You know the one...
After the battle with the evil imperial fighters to escape the desert planet and finally break free, Princess Leia remarks to Solo..."they let us go...it's the only reason for the ease of our escape"
You may say, as did Han Solo, "EASY? You call that easy?". But I would have you look at the events in Egypt. The people fired by popular social-networking went out to the streets...and for all intents and purposes, the evil Empire simply gave up and ran away.
Well, it wasn't quite that easy, but they have to make it look like a valiant struggle. Some are dying and some are being injured...but that means nothing to a zionist. They have proven that. Then there is the inevitable posturing of israhell and how they are soooo afraid of the new "people's" government that might threaten their security. So they are building a wall at the Palestinian boarder...just in case. And the world sits there. Celebrating the success of a people's revolution. C'mon folks...this was all planned.

Call me what you will. Say that I am one of those that sees conspiracy in all things. Call me a nay-sayer...gloom and doom. But that is what I do here. I am here to expose the zionist jew. I know him. I know how he thinks...like a movie script. Formulating the end of the mystery first...then working backward through all that has to happen to culminate in that ending. Devious...but not difficult to follow...as long as the desired end is always kept in sight.

When you witness a zionist owned media denounce a terrorist act like 9/11 as being perpetrated by evil Muslim extremists, you have to doubt their conclusions.
When you witness a zionist owned media, singing the praises of a popular revolution...it must give you pause. Nothing happens in their media...good or bad...that they are not controlling.
So how, you might well ask, do they pull off something this monumental? That was the question that I got when I doubted 9/11. "It's impossible!" they said. It couldn't have been planned in advance. Well, we all see now that it could...and it was.
I am not saying that I fully grasp all the nuts and bolts intricacies of what is happening now in the Middle East. And theorize as we might, we still don't understand every detail of the false-flag that was 9/11. But we will eventually. And we will see all the facts behind these popular revolts and who staged them, in the near future. Facts will out. We will dig them out and expose them. We will use the same tools that they did to start these mini-revolutions. Social networking and thinking like our opponent.
So until the "revolutionaries" are painted in a light with which we are all familiar in their media...I'll pass. Unless the extras in this new jewish movie plot actually DO revolt...against zionism... and they are reported to be EVIL...I'll watch the world gobble up this fare, but for now...I'm not having any.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

It's Cartoon Time...Again

Ok boys and girls.  It's time to watch this one more time.  This time remember that Mayer Rothschild was a jewish money-changer.  Remember also that the Jekyll Island cult were also all jewish money-changers. As in...change it from your hand to mine.  Usury is a jewish tool to used to enslave.  It hasn't changed...to this day.  Pay attention this time!

Friday, February 18, 2011

Ignorance, The Sanctity Of Life And Bunnies

Yesterday on the way home from work, I killed a rabbit. I tried every maneuver that I could muster in those nanoseconds before the impact of my vehicle and the little spring bunny...almost causing a wreck in the process. But to no avail. As I swerved right, he jumped right...I corrected and so did he. It was almost as if it was intended to happen. I dunno about that, but I know I still feel horrible about it.
I am not a Buddhist. But as I have mentioned here before, I met the Dalai Lama. I have to admit he is a nice guy...and there must be something to that "religion", because he being the leader of it...is, well..I dunno, such a calm at-peace kind of person. By example, he truly is the best ambassador for his following. He smiles and laughs a lot. The kind of person that you would invite over for dinner without hesitation...world religious leader or not. Anyway it got me to thinking...this rabbit incident and how Buddhists view all life as precious. And how other major religions seem to find it in their teachings to gloss over that part. How they can qualify life.

I read a quote from Avigdor Lieberman today. He was trying to drum up hatred for Iran...again. In this quote he stated that:
"We expect the international community to act speedily with determination against the Iranian provocations, designed to deteriorate the situation in the area, and put the Iranians in their place," he said. Well of course we all know where this "place" is, to which Mr. Lieberman refers. In a cemetery or in servitude to the superior zionist jew.

I like this guy too. I wouldn't hesitate to physically kick him out of my home...even when dinner is ready, but I like him nonetheless. This FM for israhell is their version of George Bush. A real dumbass that makes no bones about his ignorance. Not afraid to spout the jewish party-line in real terms...not caring whom he offends. The REAL israeli. The real racism...the real supremacist attitude toward the entire world. He keeps us all focused on what we can hate about that little shithole in the ME. Without the likes of such stupid and outspoken proponents of the horrors of zionism, the entire world could be hoodwinked into thinking...well, "those israelis aren't such bad folks". He lets us know what they really are. He provides a grounding.

I also read a great piece by Gilad Atzmon about how we in the west...we of Christian heritage, view Islam and judaism. Not a pretty piece. But an important one all the same. A bit painful to read if it comes right down to it. He tells us all...liberal and leftists...something we might not want to hear. That we can sometimes display the same cultural and religious bigotry that we rightfully ascribe to zionists. And he is right. We do tend toward that. Our way, or the highway. Not only in our foreign policies of which we do not approve, but in our everyday compassionate thinking. We tend to think that if the Palestinians, or the Egyptians, or the Iranians would only see things our way...everything would be fine and dandy. Then they could throw off thousands of years of oppression and go shopping. Well, it doesn't work like that. Although in his article he explains that our compassion for the oppressed comes from a real place in our hearts, that we are too quick to judge how and why these people should throw off their yokes of oppression, without understanding their religion or culture in the least. We see them as fellow humans. Humans like us. We don't think it through.

So much of life is like that. Always has been. We don't follow thoughts, no matter how noble in inception...through to their logical conclusions. I thought this morning of how that rabbit had died, and how my father and men of his time thought nothing...less than nothing... about going hunting for and killing that exact species of life. How it never crossed their minds that they took that life away from this world, for a few bites of stringy tough meat that no one really liked, and was far surpassed by any meat they could buy at a grocery. It was so much(and still is, I guess) about the hunter-gatherer DNA instructions...the survival in the wilderness mentality...that the thought process stopped there. No further thought required.

We often forcefully stop thoughts. Noble thoughts that , if we took the time to think them out completely, would lead us to understand that what we are doing is sometimes wrong. It doesn't matter where these thoughts or actions originated...where do they end? We often instinctually know better. In my father's mind there was conflict about hunting. I know this because he related to my Mother one time about how when once drawing a bead on a beautiful buck, he couldn't shoot. He couldn't destroy that life. After that he couldn't even hunt rabbits. He made the connection. We all can. Even Mr. Lieberman has the capacity to become human. We all do if we attack our ignorance with as much voracity as we attack others...FIRST.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Just A Snippit...

You decide...israhell gonna get a spanking?

Source

WASHINGTON – In a dramatic departure from longstanding policy, the United States intends to support a United Nations Security Council resolutions censuring Israel for building settlements in Palestinian territory.
The Obama administration told Arab governments Tuesday it will back a draft resolution saying the Security Council "does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlement activity," according to Foreign Policy magazine.
The language, which was confirmed to Foreign Policy by two Security Council diplomats, calls the Israeli settlements "a serious obstacle to the peace process." It says the Security Council "condemns all forms of violence, including rocket fire from Gaza, and stresses the need for calm and security for both peoples."
The Obama administration has used similar language to criticize Israel on settlements, but has not supported any such UN resolution condemning Israel. Doing so would constitute a significant US policy shift towards its ally.
But the US also intends to veto a stronger non-binding resolution by the 15-member body denouncing the Israeli settlements as "illegal." The new language was part of a compromise put forth by Susan Rice, the US Ambassador to the UN.
The earlier resolution was offered by the Palestinian Authority and garnered nearly 120 co-sponsors, all Arab and non-aligned states. UN diplomats told Reuters it would probably be approved by all Security Council members other than the US.
It says that "Israeli settlements established in the Palestinian Territory occupied since 1967, including East Jerusalem, are illegal and constitute a major obstacle to the achievement of a just, lasting and comprehensive peace."
The US has unilaterally vetoed or declined to support dozens of UN Security Council resolutions condemning Israel during the last several decades. For the US to support even the less harsh language is a remarkable development.
Palestinian leaders reportedly rejected the US offer on the new resolution, seeking instead to push for a vote Friday on the original language designating the Israel settlements "illegal." It raised the prospect that the Obama administration would cast its first Security Council veto.

UPDATE: Apparently they were just teasing...

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Will They Remember?

“We say little if not egged on by vanity" - Framcois Duc de la Rochefoucauld.

We are all vain. It is our greatest feature. It can be our downfall. It is what we are. It is our individuality...our separateness from others. We couldn't exist without it. My vanity used to be physical, now it is here. I want now to rise above the milieu. The commonplace perception of the world and our human experience.
I want to be remembered, as we all do. I want to be quoted. I want to be that glorious me. I want. We all do. We all try to attain this heaven on earth...this reason. Most fail. Some don't. Oh well.

That being said, I wonder if we here sounding the horn of anti-judaism will be remembered as final nay-sayers. Those that were at the forefront of the last pogrom. Those that will have...I dunno...holographic statues erected in our honor some day. One has to think about this. It supplies some portion of impetus. To be able to say at some point, "I warned you...you wouldn't listen". One has to recognize this. But are we of the variety of those ruled by our vanity? Those preening "always right" types. Or is any recognition we receive merely a perk? A bit of ego-candy.
Well there are all types out here. I like to think no matter what drives Les Visible, or Noor, or Gilad, or any of us...is first, a true regard for humanity outside ourselves. The recognition that others too have their vanities. They too need to be respected, understood and heard. For when vanity is crushed, all is lost in the human measure.

I look toward the Middle-East and I see glorious human vanity feeding off of itself and celebrating. Marching toward the den of the beast in brilliant camaraderie. It is at the same moment awe-inspiring and terrifying. The barbarian that they face is hideous in the power it wields, and the manipulation that it commands.
Just this morning I read on CNN(you have to watch the monster to decipher his next move) two major stories about protest in Iran. About how Iran is being hypocritical in their praise of the Egyptian revolt by executing "protesters"...when anyone with eyes to see, can understand that these provocateurs are supplied by the West...probably Mossad. They still beat the drums of war...even now, in the face of this awesome peaceful regional rebellion. Well they would. They are the voice of zionism...they are the western jew.
As we spend a great deal of our daily lives, hammering out these revelations contrary to their MSM propaganda...will it be worth the effort given? Will our occasional absence from our daily routines and families, given to a cause of writing...give it's equal in return?

I started to talk about vanity. That reflection. That way we see ourselves in the eyes of others.
Forgive me my following sojourn into the emotion. But I can't help myself this morning. I have flown the Palestinian flag on my brick-and-vinyl for a long time. I just assumed that few got it...understood my meaning...my intent. Oh well.
This morning when I raised my garage door, I noticed the neighbors down the block...a normal family from the area, not outstandingly different from any other family in the neighborhood...were flying the flag of Egypt. This flag replaced an amerikan one that always flapped in the breeze on their house. It made the old ticker swell a bit. This gesture to humanity.
Sure...maybe they were moved to do such a thing by the mixed signals coming from their jewvision box. Sure...maybe they don't categorically fathom the true beast against which the Egyptians have revolted. But on this beautiful spring day with the colors of Egypt and Palestine complementing a blue sky in my little world within the nest of the ogre that is judaism...it matters little. I will remember this. Whether they took their cue from me, or their own heart of hearts...or their own vanity...I will remember.





Tuesday, February 15, 2011

After The Revolution...

I was taught never to eat anything in front of another, that I hadn't first offered to them.
There used to be a saying that "you are either part of the solution, or you are part of the problem". I don't know if I ever believed that. It sounds a lot like "you are either with us, or you are with the terrorists". Both are black-and-white. Neither allow for those that just are. The ones with no real social or political intent. They just are. I know a lot of these people. Their is little if anything problematic about them.

But of course the problem-solution adage would place these folks in the "part of the problem" category. And that is the thrust of the statement...that if you are just there, you aren't fighting with those that are part of the solution...that is to say A solution. I have never really dealt in absolutes like that. And as much as we all want a solution to the world's problems, few if any have any real concrete plans. I think that is what we are going to be witnessing in the Middle East in the coming few years. Freedom...now what?

You have to remember that the world...even though it is getting smaller in many ways...is still a big place. I'm talking huge.

We are all quick to point out what we DON'T want. That's the easy part. Even fighting against what we don't want requires little planning...little forethought. That is where they have us. Those that struggle against oppressors need an alternative vision of what they DO want. After the revolution.
I was watching the jewtube rant and call to action that allegedly fueled the Egyptian revolt. I watched it over and over. There is something more important about that vid than what first meets the eye.
Firstly it is done by an Arab woman. That alone is revolutionary. In the Arab world, we in the Occident have been taught, women do not have a real voice. Perhaps that is a big part of what lends the power that this video enjoyed. I dunno. It's very possible. I am not an Arab man...I don't know how I would react to a woman calling me to revolutionary action...no DEMANDING it. Perhaps it is partly shaming the men into action...again, I dunno. But it seems odd to me.
Secondly, I look at the age of this woman. She cannot have experienced, anything other than the rule of Mubarak in her short life so far. At the outside, she would have been a babe-in-arms as this despot was installed by the U.S. and israhell. How can you want for something you have never experienced in your life?
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Advertising can take many forms. As I said up there somewhere, this little spinning ball is getting littler. The people are more easily communicating between these various labor camps that are nations. Many of my readers reside in far-flung nations that I will never even see. The internet and its associated technology is like a chink in the walls of our cells, through which we can pass notes of compassion, sympathy and more importantly...information in the form of advertising. Through these chinks comes the message that "hey...we don't have it as bad as you. We don't have to scrounge for our very food on a daily basis". "We have political elections".

This is a good thing I believe. Uncensored communication. I don't know yet if it was foreseen by the jews that control, or are trying to gain complete control of the planet. Knowing their track record, my first response is that it is all planned. That this democracy carrot is being held up to them...knowing all the time that they are more easily controlled through this, the most easily corruptible form of government known.

But there is room up there in my cynical little brain for the possibility that these little chinks in our cell walls are just the nature of the structure of aging prisons. That nothing is totally impenetrable. Who knows. I think we have to act on the assumption that they haven't planned this communication between the unwashed masses. That this new correspondence between common peoples is an unforeseen mistake. One that needs to be corrected if they are to continue to spew their filth from that shitty little country successfully.
Let's look at two lives.
I live in the U.S. I have a nice house, a job...plenty to eat, a vehicle, plenty of nice clothes...etc. I am among the fortunate to have been born Caucasian in a land and a time where that became an inherent commodity. I have an acceptable education and paperwork to that effect. On the surface...on paper...life is good.


Awan lives in Egypt. Every day is a struggle to survive for him and his little family. He is a bus-boy in a Western chain hotel in Cairo from which he steals food. He also drives a cab. He and his wife and three children live in a 3-room apartment,in which they sleep on the floor. He owns very little. They have little to eat because most of their money is taken by rent. The food they do consume , costs almost half of what Awan earns. He has little formal education. He has little hope for any advancement in his situation in life. He raises his children in hope that they have it better than he did.
To this man...my life must seem a dream. My life is what he wants. For himself, his wife and most importantly his children.
He and his wife were part of the peaceful revolution. They are happy to have won a victory and look forward to a better life. Is it coming? Time will tell.
But I can tell you what he doesn't want. In the long run. When your new government is installed and the economy loosens and employment is up. When you have your own little place and full bellies. Then you will see that this isn't all there is. I know it seems so now. But what will you give up when you live like me? Will you give your children to television...will you give up your family life to more and more work...will you give up your little house to a jewish banker? Think of the next guy that hasn't had a revolution and why he can't. And look at the division of wealth in your new "democratic" country. And ask why. Then look to your son for the last time as he marches off to a war for those at the top of your new government. And remember how to ask why.
We are all in chains down here. We unwashed. Some chains are softer and more comfortable because of the proximity of where you reside... to the beast. Some are maximum security prisons...some white-collar ones. They are still chains.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Out Of A Job...

Some years ago, in my career in engineering, I held down a job as a Q.E.(quality engineer). My job was to design systems that insured product quality and yet were dovetailed into the manufacturing process. I know this is a sleeping pill for most, but bear with me.
Anyway, these little systems that I helped set up, allowed for those actually manufacturing a product to be sure of its quality. That is to say, if Joe was making a part, he would know that several steps of that process would be to measure that part at various points to assure that it does not accumulate more than one defect... and to make sure it was up to all specs when finished and good enough to ship. Well this is a bit of a simplification, but it will serve the purpose here.

As it was explained to me in some corporate meeting once...my job was to try and work myself out of a job. Makes sense if you think about it. If a separate department like mine, dedicated to making sure a thing is done like it is supposed to be done, is no longer needed... then that product will always be good to go. In theory this is an attainable goal. In theory.

Also in my ongoing training along with SPC, MRP and a bunch of other acronyms, was the requirement to read a book called "The Goal". Well that was just a hot book at the time about ongoing improvement in manufacturing, geared to management of large corporations. No biggie. It was written in the form of a novel. Easier to absorb these types of ...well, dry business philosophies when told in story form. Very interesting read. Written by an israeli jew.

So while working and reading this book, I began to understand the author's pov. This novel was a model for what the common man sees happening in the world around him today. It inadvertently described an illusive goal of corporate tyranny that sent shudders up my spine. Not that the author, I'm sure, intended it that way. It was obvious to me that he saw nothing wrong with naming that goal. Profit. Only profit. However it seemed to me to be guidelines of how executives could unleash an autonomous monster upon the world in the form of a "company" and the havoc that it could wreak upon economies, political systems...and more importantly, people. Real people. A blueprint for the "is-ness of business". This "goal" in the author's mind becomes godlike in its purity of purpose, as if it had life itself...spooky indeed. Many corporate execs read this book then...and still do. Not that it was that much of a landmark of prose, but it was singular at the time because it laid out in plain English, what we all should fear. Of course many could read this book and not come away with any of what I saw there. I understand that. But given the highly competitive nature of the product that my company was producing, it struck me how companies like this can act with comparative impunity. It was so easy for me to make the political comparisons which the purpose of this tome begged. It scared hell outta me.
But to get back to the point of this missive... I see that not much has changed in my life since then. Make myself jobless...if only.
I am still trying to do this. What I see around me still scares hell outta me. My new job as I understand it, is to expose the judaic...much like the author of that book...and his deliberate descent into hell itself. His cult is trying to get us to accompany him in this prolapse. Still with his is-ness and his corporate madness. My true "goal" in this new job, is to work myself out of a job...again. To make my dissent superfluous. To work at this job until those that continue after me can keep this cult of the khazar at bay. I am still designing systems, or trying to...that the common manufacturer of a decent life can use as a measuring tool against the defect. A system in which anyone following these quality processes can immediately identify the smallest defect that can compound down the road. A system designed to eliminate the defective cultural anomaly that is judaism and the immense power it has attained, by all of us workers disregarding the signs of defect.
I can only hope that the day will come when I can retire one more time. When I won't have to worry about the generations to come with their little problems...once the big one is identified and eliminated.

"You can't stop us on the road to freedom
You can't keep us, cause our eyes can see.
Men with insight, men in granite
Knights in armor, bent on chivalry."
-Van Morrison


Saturday, February 12, 2011

Ink, Just For Fun...

There are many things going on in the world that need to be addressed. Revolutions, zionist-sponsored terrorism and oppression. And I try to address these issues with as much tenacity as I can. But sometimes, usually on a Saturday...well...

Tattoos interest me. They always have. And I'm not talking about acquiring the addiction to get a collection of them myself...but wondering about what drives people to do it in the first place. There are going to be no judgments here about them, or the desire to have ink indelibly injected into the skin. Just an examination of them and how they relate to our modern world, through my perspective.

The first one I saw was on a man that lived next to us when I was a kid. He was a great guy. He had been in the navy during WWII. Well, that would explain it ...back then. He had one of the common navy ones...a poorly rendered pin-up blond overlaid on an anchor and rope. A sailor's tattoo. It was excusable, and on his shoulder...so rarely seen.
After a neighborhood kid's jaw would finally become functional again after close scrutiny of this little skin picture, the inevitable question would come: :"did it hurt?". "Nah, I was drunk as I remember", always came the reply from my neighbor. Nice memory, that. Although this introduction for me to the odd ritual of art on skin remains in my memory, there was one question I never asked him (for I knew better than to question anything an adult did, in that, a different time)...was...why? Well, I later came to understand that when you are blitzed out of your gourd, just about anything can sound like a good idea at the moment. I'm sure millions of tats have been etched on inebriated skin throughout Western history. Some regretted, some painfully removed...most just forgotten and covered.
But it has become a different ritual recently. It has morphed into something other than a military right of passage. Now it is seen as an extension of identity. You are what you have needled on your skin.
From the sublime to the ridiculous...the beautiful to the misspellings, they have captured the imagination of everyone it seems. They are still acquired however, by paying some guy with a pony-tail and gloves without fingers, that will, as one once told me: " ... tattoo anything anyplace on anyone".
Also something that interests me is the fact that traditional jewish law dictates that no jew that has been tattooed, shall be buried in a jewish cemetery. Well, even that is changing as judaism morphs to fit their lusts. I think it comes from this: "You shall not make gashes in your flesh for the dead, or incise any marks on yourselves: I am the Lord" (Leviticus 19:28). But that about had to change considering that the evil nazis inked numbers on their yiddish prey, just before they killed them(now that makes a lot of sense...couldn't be that the tats were really to control those in a forced labor program?). I even have a reader that is marketing temp-tats that are Auschwitz copies...gotta get one of those.
Anyway. I could go on and on about that, but in this meandering post I wanted to pose some questions about the very nature of this new-found/old-tech form of permanent expression. Of course along with the fashion of tattoos also came extreme piercings as kind of an entire body modification package, but piercings can be hidden by simply not wearing jewelry in them. So to address the phenomenon of tattoos only...
Why now? Why, in some 10-15 years has something so permanent become so popular? Tramp-stamps are being paraded as normal. Sleeves no longer deter one from securing employment...probably because if the truth be known, the person hiring them has a cute little butterfly on her ankle. This is strange. If these were temporary images that we are talking about, it would make more sense. A fad. Something to discard when popular culture moves on to something different. But these are virtually immutable marks on the human body. Perhaps at a certain age, beyond the time when it can be expected for a person to display their skin surface publicly...and if it is doubly hidden by being in a private area of the body, I think it could be explained as more or less a harmless experiment. Just some fun that offends no one. But it has become much more than that in our current world culture. Its very nature of permanence and visibility removes it from the arena of a passing popular caprice. Or do these younger folks that have no compunction about such artwork on the epidermis, even understand its durability. I don't know. Maybe "just for fun" should be a of a more enduring aesthetic.
I only know that I'm getting this one just as soon as I get enough money!