Friday, June 29, 2007

Must Be The Fluoride

Studies conducted in the mid-1990's in China showed decreased I.Q. in children in areas where fluoride was added to the water. The Union of Concerned Scientists has called for a moratorium on water fluoridation until an independent panel can conduct research on the health and environmental effects of fluoride.

Hotel heiress Paris Hilton has launched a media make-over days after her release from a three-week jail stint, vowing to shed her party-girl image and prove she is a changed person. "I'm a good person. I'm a compassionate person. I have a big heart. I'm sincere, and they'll see," Hilton told People magazine in excerpts published on Wednesday from her first interview since getting out of jail Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Up until the 1990s, no research had ever been conducted to determine the impact of fluoride on the pineal gland - a small gland located between the two hemispheres of the brain that regulates the production of the hormone melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone that helps regulate the onset of puberty and helps protect the body from cell damage caused by free radicals. The soft tissue of the adult pineal gland contains more fluoride than any other soft tissue in the body.

AN empty gourmet dog food can plundered from Paris Hilton's rubbish bin has launched an eBay bidding war reaching $1.8 million.

Lao Tzu called it 'the gateway to heaven and earth'; hence he urged people to concentrate on the center in order to realize the oneness (of all things). In this center is a pearl of the size of a grain of rice, which is the center between heaven and earth in the human body (i.e., the microcosm); it is the cavity of prenatal vitality. To know where it lies is not enough, for it does not include the wondrous light of (essential) nature which is symbolized by a circle which fatherly Confucius called virtuous perfection (jen); the Book of Change (I Ching) calls it the ultimateless (wu chi), the Buddha perfect knowledge (yuan ming) and the Taoists, the elixir of immortality or spiritual light; which all point to the prenatal One True Vitality.

Paris Hilton's younger sister Nicky is reportedly annoyed her sibling was release from jail early -- because she was forced to cut short her trip to Greece to join the welcome party. Paris was released from jail on Tuesday after serving 23 days of a 45-day sentence for violating her probation from a 2006 drunk-driving arrest. But designer Nicky, 23, is allegedly angry with her parents for "dragging" her back from the Mediterranean, where she was attending a fashion show with her boyfriend David Katzenberg, to show a "united front" for her sister's release.

Monday, June 25, 2007

The Hoax Culture

If there was one piece of advice to be given to someone new to this country, it would be that all is not what it seems. Never has there been such a culture where trickery, illusion, and misdirection are part and parcel of the political and social fabric. Joseph Goebbels and P.T. Barnum alike would be proud of modern-day American media, corporate PR, advertisers, and ruling bodies. The art of hoaxing has almost become de rigeur in our fair land, and bullshit is now an elemental part of society's fabric. What a time to be alive.

It's funny when pre-release internet movie trailers or home-made videos posted on YouTube fool viewers into thinking a character or event is real, or even when phony Nigerian emails part fools from their money, but it's not so funny when many online forums and message boards are nothing more than psy-ops matrices designed to keep people confused and running in circles, and disseminating disinformation. It's even less funny when the mainstream media doctors videos and images, elections are stolen, and the elites have everyone thinking that a dry-drunk idiot from Texas is their leader. It seems that reality is now relative to how convincing anyone's con is. It's gotten to where finding more than half the truth about anything has become a search for the Holy Grail.

How many people know that Laurance Rockefeller spent millions propping up UFO research groups, and paid through the nose to keep Pulitzer Prize winner and Harvard alumnus Dr. John Mack working on the "alien abduction" scenario, and writing best-selling books on the subject? Was this just another eccentric millionaire hobby, or was it a grand scheme to create a cover story for covert experimentation with exotic technology? The answer is that Rockefellers seldom trifle with anything, and have long been among the most significant of string-pullers in the western world. They simply do not play. Among their grand hoaxes are the perceived breakup of Standard Oil, the betterment of the public through foundation-giving, and their loyalty to the U.S. throughout World War Two. Certainly, no bigger weasels are to be found in our nation's history, and, at any given time, an elder Rockefeller could reach into his pocket and pull out a senator, or Supreme Court judge, or even a president.

A favored technique of the elite spin-doctors is to create a hoax around a particular subject, and then expose it as such, and make all rational discussion of the subject seem ludicrous. A good example was the handling of presidential candidate John Kerry's membership in Skull & Bones. A hoax was created to tie Kerry in with Satanist Anton La Vey. It was just clumsy enough to be easily exposed, and so the whole Skull & Bones issue became a farce. Nothing like throwing the baby out with the bathwater. The best way to hide the elephant in the room is to deftly paper it with the kind of outlandish lies that empty the room out.

The best hoax of all, though, is the denial of meaningful hoaxes. They're labeled as conspiracy theories, and filed in the tin-foil hat section. The miracle of this meme is worthy of George Orwell's darkest notions, and is the grand-mal seizure of American group-think. If this mental undoing continues unabated, it will prove to be the kool-aid that puts us all to sleep for good.

In my first year, my crib was stationed in my sister's room. As I have been told, I developed a technique for escaping my crib, but wisely kept it to myself. It was a means to an end, though, and my game was to wait until my sister was asleep, and then creep up to her bed and give her long hair a yank. She would wake with a start and scream for Daddy while I quickly climbed back into my crib and played possum. After not being believed and getting in hot water for this a few times, my sister turned the tables on me. She played possum until the next time I made my move, and got a good hold of me before I could escape. I was caught like a rat. Dad was summoned, and was forced to issue an apology to my sister, and to consider putting chicken wire around the top of my crib. So, it goes to show that your little hoax can blow back on you if you're dealing with the wrong person. Maybe some day we'll learn how to turn the tables on our masters. It sure isn't going to be tomorrow, though.

Monday, June 18, 2007

In The Belly Of The Beast

Ron Paul is really showing us how it's done. He's all dressed up like a Republican, and he's in there with them, but it's too late to get rid of him, and now he's pissing in the punch bowl. The Repubs watching the debates from home must've had little birds flying out of their heads to hear the things he was saying.

Mr. Paul need not be the only one having such fun, though. Anyone can go onto a Republican blog, message board, or forum, and identify themselves as likewise being a repub, and start dismantling the neocon agenda for all to see. If you're good, you'll win some converts. Such vampire slayers are out there, and they include a certain crabby ex-cabbie. It's a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. Preaching to the converted is what the elite prefer that we do, so it's all about jamming up the works any way that you can.

It's fun to ask a Bush-supporting Republican why the border is wide open when homeland security and keeping terrorists out is all the rage. Their eyes glaze over, and they start to foam at the mouth. To finish them off, you ask, what would Barry Goldwater do? Then, it's on to the next victim. It may be all too easy, but I never tire of it. Try it some time and see.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Voter Logic

Voter logic is that which leads people to the polls, confident of their choice, but with no useful information on the candidates, and no sense of historical precedence whatsoever. It is not the same sort of logic applied when one, say, makes a career decision, or buys a car, or picks out a puppy from the litter. It is the logic of fools, and I don't just mean Republicans.

It must seem like a charm to the elite to have us locked into a system so bereft of diversity that only two choices exist in most meaningful elections. False either/or dichotomy is what it's called,
and it's prevalent in our society. Time or Newsweek, Coke or Pepsi, red state or blue state, and that's all you get. As for what guides people to make these agonizing choices, it's a wonder they can make it through the day.

In a better world, there would be the 3rd option of voting NONE OF THE ABOVE, and, if enough people voted for it, both candidates would be thrown out, and new ones would be sought. As it is, that would be one choice too many, and the notion of actually having to be educated on candidates and issues in order to make a rational choice would be overwhelming. And so it goes.

If our founding fathers were here today, what would they say about the condition of things? Something about the 'whites of their eyes' comes to mind. You CAN see the whites of their eyes these days, and they don't blink once while fleecing us out of the last remnants of our constitution and Bill of Rights. Someone, somewhere had better be taking aim pretty soon.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

Off To The Races

The race is on for President Bush. His signing of the presidential directives NSPD51 and HSPD20, give him full-dictatorial powers in the event of a loosely defined "catastrophic emergency." The directives define "catastrophic emergency" as "any incident, regardless of location, that results in extraordinary levels of mass casualties, damage, or disruption severely affecting the U.S. population, infrastructure, environment, economy, or government function.
It also states that "The President shall lead the activities of the Federal Government for ensuring constitutional government." In other words, the president gave himself the sole power and duty to interpret the constitution anyway he chooses, and neither Congress nor the public shall be allowed to debate or disagree on such matters. The race to fascism is on.

The race is also on for Hillary Clinton. Gore's entry into the primaries will most likely split the Obama vote, and pave the way for Hillary to win the nomination. As the sole presidential candidate to attend the recent Bilderberg meetings in Turkey, she is well set up to become Madame President. Once entrenched, she will no doubt follow the dictates of the Bilderberg group, and continue on down the path towards a New World Order. Bush-Clinton-Bush-Clinton. Does Jeb Bush come after Hillary's two terms? The mind reels.

I've had enough. I'm signing up for classes to learn to speak European, and then I'm out of here. Anybody with me? Oops, look at the new Euro ID card. Do you see what I see? Hmm, I seem to recall Bush reading a story about a goat while 9/11 unfolded. Am I just being paranoid? Too much coffee again? Nah, we really are ruled by a bunch of goat-fucking satanists who act like frat boys pulling off the prank of the millennium. How lucky for us. If you don't believe it, then get yourself a job as a waiter or prostitute at the annual Bohemian Grove meeting in Sonoma, California this August, and behold what takes place. You might want to have a 3-week vacation to fall back on after that, so you can reassemble your shattered sense of reality. Welcome to the real world.