Sunday, December 08, 2013

The Naked and Famous: Young Blood

Great lyrics and mood setting... A song called Young Blood by The Naked and Famous from 3-4 years ago, but recently discovered by me.

[Youtube] The Naked and Famous: Young Blood (lyrics only)

Saturday, November 30, 2013

Black Eye Friday 2013


All the mayhem in the Black Friday videos reminded me of this video so here it is. It is a winning lottery ticket prank video based out of Brazil. The "winning ticket" is thrown into a waste basket because the person cannot be bothered to travel some distance to pick up the amount from the lottery office. Mayhem ensues as soon as the lottery ticket hits the waste basket.

The prank is created by the same person that put out that now famous scary elevator prank.

Please turn on the English captions to see what's going on.

[Youtube] Lottery ticket gets tossed prank (with English captions)

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

More Music!

What's going on since the last post? Well I ran into these music videos and want to share them.

It looks like the music industry is backing off from removing copyright material off the internet. I can find full music albums on Youtube now. They're moving into a new marketing and distribution scheme as physical music albums are no longer popular.

Click on the links to watch in HD. Embedded videos no longer feature HD as an option.

1) Katy Perry's iHeartRadio Prism Album Release Party 2013 - A SPECTACLE! I really like the styling of music and the clothing on this performance! The softer style is also more suitable for a more mature audience. Looks like the drummer was the hardest working of them :). Unconditional is her best song. Btw, congrats to Katy to being the #1 most followed in the world on Twitter at 47 million followers beating out now #2 Justin Beiber. Lastly, do not mistreat her in a relationship, else you'll end up as the focus of her next album :P.

2) OMNIA: I Don't Speak Human - I had run into OMNIA much earlier but have the opportunity to it share now.

3) A bunch of Lorde videos on MTV - Live at Le Poisson Rouge was her first concert in America.

4) Lorde: Team on Letterman 11-12-13 - Let go that hand! LOL.

Next post will be about the British Empire...

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Big Cities Limit Conscienceness

Holy smokes! This has become Lorde central! I recently found the Million Dollar Bills remix and just today I located Lorde on Live with Letterman 11-12-13.

And yes, a handful people unsubscribed when I started hammering out those Katy Perry songs and a few more unsubscribed when I started covering Lorde. Oh well.

Satellite picture of Los Angeles and cancerous tissue:

Anyways, I want to cover a suspicion I've had. Well it's an experience since I am living in it. That is.. big cities and the damage that they do.

I believe individuals are born to see greenery and be closer to nature. And there needs to be space created by lower density. There's so much land but people live on top of each other and next to each other like sardines, all because of that higher paying job. Urban and suburban areas are artificial creations with artificial vegetation, concrete, and structures mixed in.

Big cities are fast and noisy. But that's just a cover story. Big cities attract anonymous people who like staying anonymous. This is open invitation to criminals and psychopaths. There's less interaction with neighbors. It's difficult to get close to people. There's just too many anti-social elements to overcome. Maybe big cities are the cause of anti-social behavior? The people are more selfish and self centered and they produce noise like kitchen pans clanging that force one's attention towards them. One is left with a poorer concentration. Relationships just cannot be fully formed. This produces a desolate atmosphere where the person is lost, confused, saddened, and depressed. It creates an ambiance that limits the potential of the soul and mind.

In the big city, a person is a number to the employer. There's no loyalty or caring between the employer and employee. Ans worse yet, there's the people that work there. Voluntarily stuck in a hamster wheel, there's not even a minute to get off to value a relationship. If a person can't be used, they can't be talked to. Money, cheap thrills, tv, and gadgets garner attention instead.

Whereas in smaller cities, an individual counts. Everyone knows everyone. There's an interface with other people. The character of an individual can be found out easily. The antisocial character is exposed. Furthermore, in relationships there's sharing. There's give and take. There's caring and bonding which form full relationships. The experience of valued relationships is fulfilling and it soothes the soul and expands the conscience. There's potential in every direction.

Then there is nature. Fewer people per square mile creates breathing room. The air is fresher. There are brighter more appealing colors of foliage. There are open spaces to roam, wander, and discover. There's more opportunities to exercise. People are not bothered by other people. There's undisturbed moments giving into contemplation. Thoughts, dreams, visuals, and creativity are abundant. There is development of the self and there is satisfaction.

Ella (Lorde), Katy Perry, and Avril are notable artists that come from smaller cities. Perhaps it was the environment that nourished their talents.

Ella compares big cities and the smaller, isolated part of a city where she grew up in the video below. Great observer!

"And it wasn't until I traveled that I realized that my town's pretty cool ... I'm happy I grew up here. I think it's nice to be able to kind of find your own quiet places in the town ... I'd probably be like a freak if I came from a big city" -- Ella

[Youtube] Ella's travels and observations

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Lorde @ KCRW Live - 08-09-2013

Now for a real treat!!!

Up close and personal. Heck, this is better than a concert. This is performed August 9, 2013 just weeks before she exploded around the world. Don't expect her to be doing these types of performances in dinky studios anymore. :)

[Video] Lorde performs in KCRW studio LIVE - 08-09-2013

Saturday, November 09, 2013

YouTube Music Awards 2013


That was pretty darn good! I can't imagine the boatload of cash they had to hand over to get Lady Gaga, MIA, and Eminem to perform live. I did look at some of the videos in full that were presented during the show. That Taylor Swift video for the song "I knew your were Trouble" was like a mini-film with a movie type plot into itself. I also viewed some of the lesser known names and their videos. That one with the pizza floating in space was incredible. That Korean group video was really colorful and scenic. The live performance of that girl with the violin jetpack was incredible. A sight to see....

This was much, much, much better (more entertaining and spectacular) than the comedy week that YouTube had a few months ago. What a crash n burn disaster that was!

That short film (written by Lena Dunham) got interesting and that's in the middle of a music awards show! Of course it had a psychopathic ending with the suicide and blood.

Lastly, the hosts were quite funny, entertaining, and even put out some entertaining music and singing themselves!

{Youtube] YouTube Music Awards 2013

Thursday, November 07, 2013

Lorde (Ella Yelich-O'Connor) performance at age 12


This video just popped up today and even its poster came to this blog to check it out and comment. I didn't believe it was Ella (full name Ella Yelich-O'Connor aka. Lorde) because the dance was different and the video was edited professionally. I though someone was trying to get some attention for themself. Turns out it really is her. The age, school grade, and year checks out (age 12 in middle high in 2009 is now age 16 as a junior in high school in 2013). And what sealing of the deal - Ella announces her name at the end of the video where her band is interviewed. How many singing Ellas with an accent can there be?

She looked to be a natural performer and entertainer with a strong desire for such a line of work.

A gorgeous and insightful article on Ella. Does anyone know what technology they're using? It's an outstanding, interactive, and beautiful layout.

The band is called Extreme and the performance takes place in Belmont in 2009.

[Youtube] Lorde / Ella Yelich-O'Connor @ age 12

Thomas Sheridan: Fahrenheit 451 analysis


Beware of those that seem power and control...

There's nothing more valuable than freedom. It provides the openness to think, to pursue, and to act on whatever whims one may happen to manifest. With freedom comes everything else, even money. However, people would rather favor and protect their money interests, not freedom.

PS: if you want to experience the 4th Reich, visit Disneyland or Disney World. Feel the intricacies of fascism as a system in action. It includes a timely schedule, low paid workers, high prices on everything and everything done with a forced smile. The system takes priority over individualism.

Thomas Sheridan tears apart the 1966 movie Fahrenheit 451. Even then, the director François Truffaut knew what was REALLY going on. Whether it was happening then (it probably was) or it was a prediction of the future, the present is most certainly binds to the paradigm as depicted in the movie. Instead of me blabbering on, let's just watch it...

[Youtube] Thomas Sheridan's version of Fahrenheit 451

Ghajini: Guzarish

It's been awhile since I've posted one of these.

Here's a HD music video with some nice crisp background scenery and camera work. It's Guzarish from the movie Ghajini. There are other versions with cheesy English subtitles.

Click on the link below to go to Youtube's page to view in HD.

[Youtube] Ghajini: Guzarish (HD link)

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Lorde: A World Alone - Live


Love her songs. She's got so many good ones on her album. Most of them are here on SoundCloud. Ella Yelich-O'Connor (that's Lorde's actual name) first became a sensation by offering these songs for free the internet. So much for the establishment and their distribution!

"Yeah, I put the EP out for free because I wanted people my age to be able to listen to it regardless of whether or not they have a credit card. I think that’s bulls**t that you need to have one in order to buy songs. I also made my Facebook page and just invited my friends, and then they started listening and the word spread from there. When I realized that people who weren’t my friends were talking about the EP, that’s when it started to get crazy." -- Ella

Joel Little is her co-writer, producer, recorder/mixer. He puts the music into the computer for her.

"Everyone involved is reacting to the response, rather than it being any kind of planned strategy. The plan was just 'let's make some songs, and if people like the songs then that's cool, but it doesn't need to be about anything other than that at this point, because she's such a young artist'. People somehow thought that was a manipulative way of doing things, but it wasn't supposed to be a big deal. How could you guess that that many people would be interested? If nobody had been into it, it would've just been some songs online for free, with no photo." -- Joel Little

[Youtube]Lorde singing A World Alone LIVE.

Major General Smedley Butler: War is a Racket speech


Cindy Sheehan's podcast featuring Major General Smedley Butler's speech. In it Mr. Butler describes how the few and connected use the excuse of war to generate in excessive profits (which in itself is an empty exercise). Mr. Butler was rumored to be assassinated by the powers that are for his opposition to the establishment.

[MP3] Smedley Butler's War is a Racket

Death by Stock Certificate


KAMAKAZI public investors see profits in their pockets as they lie in their graves.

I remember NHK TV announcing Nikkei stock market valuations for days, multiple times every hour right after the earthquake, as if the valuations mattered or had an effect. I wrote a comment on their website saying how insignificant and irrelevant those stock tickers were during that time, that the Japanese people had other concerns on their minds, and that the stock market wouldn't affect them in any way whether it was down 70% or up 50%. Maybe it was my comment, but I noticed they stopped covering finance and the stock market and just showed coverage of the the results of the earthquake...

Here's a jaw dropper. TEPCO announces a profit! The system must outlive at any cost to the individual! There's their priority. To keep the hologram up and moving...

What about the $500 billion cost? What bout all the land ruined, homes deserted, and family business like fishing ruined?

The stock market is truly the Misery Index (a phrase used by P Sainath).

[Article] TEPCO has a profit! (via ZeroHedge)

Monday, October 21, 2013

Income Inequality: Charted


"There are lies, damned lies and statistics." - Mark Twain

Then there's perception........ Check out the inequality via a graphical chart....

[Youtube] Inequality: Perception vs. Reailty

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Gravity: Movie Review


Where are the laws of gravity at the box office??? The movie should've been a bust. Gravity sucked!! I want my money back!

Couldn't stand Goerge Clooney the douchebag and Ms. sob story when she could be figuring a way out. If I were up there I would've cut their tethers a long time ago.

And who are they talking to? Mission control is long gone. I guess this movie brainwashes you into thinking that you must always operate under the influence of the government. Let them know and get their permission first!

Plus the graphics were so cheeeeesy low res (they were blurry). The only time it was sharp was when she landed on the beach at the end. Btw, it's not over there. She'll still need to be rescued from the island!

And the physics and scientific rules were all broken and hollywoodized and the lack of scientific knowledge by the public.. well they bought the whole thing hook line and sinker. It'll create perceptions that are just not true much like what Jaws did to sharks.

The hoopla and good reviews by others is what made me waste my $19 at the imax 3d. Do NOT ENCOURAGE CRAPPY MOVIES! I give it a 5/10.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Fashion Fluorescence


I've been seeing fluorescent clothing and shoes being worn by a few people. It's a new trend.

[Article] Fluorescent is IN

It says "Look at me, I want to be the center of attention!" Nevermind that he/she looks like a construction worker. Nevermind that it's annoyingly bright or ugly. Nevermind that construction and safety workers are now at greater safety risk of not being seen.

It appears that a very few people throw out suggestions and the masses adopt it, go with it, and make it a new trend.

FASHION. It's just not for clothes. Fashion is the acceptance of a notion or idea. It creates a way of life. Fashion is acceptance of the way one goes about during the day be it the job, food, shopping, investing, government, housing, driving, travel, social interactions, relationships, entertainment, hobbies, etc.

Fashion cannot be calculated with math. It's a feeling or emotion. It's not rational. That's why things are illogical, inefficient, unproductive, disadvantageous, or harmful. Thusly, a way of life is accepted fashion. Someone comes up with a way of doing something and people adopt it be it waking up in the morning to go to a school or job, watching a lying media on tv, shopping sweatshop made goods, investing in dark pools of money called a 401k mutual fund, and so forth.

Fashion is what somebody else thought up for you which you adopted. Now it's time to strut down the catwalk.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Federal employees LOVE their jobs


My jaw dropped as I read this article on Federal workers. How can it be people actually like their jobs, especially in a large top down bureaucracy with top management being of questionable intent (ie. psychopaths)?

Now this statistic really gets me. I can't believe the majority of federal workers like waking up every morning and WASTING their life on A JOB when there is greater pursuits to be had like enriching oneself with knowledge or taking some quiet recreation time to reflect or pursing enriching activities to feed the soul like volunteer work, teaching, research, etc that improve the commons and lives of others!

Here are some amazing sentences from the article. Just lunacy!:
1) ...“nearly all Federal employees report that their work is important” and that eight in 10 like what they do.
2) ...only 23 percent of boomers thought “work is just making a living.” Three-fourths of them said they “expected work to be a central part of their lives.”
3) ...“I don’t miss the bureaucracy. I don’t miss the paperwork. I don’t miss a lot of how we do things in government."

Holy smokes these people think they're doing valuable, important, and significant work! Certainly, their work is not missed by the public as much as they miss their work. Okay there are a few important jobs, but the majority are not necessary!

[Article] Federal employees

I see myself doing a job to pay bills. Period. My intent is to get over the "debt hump" where income surpasses liabilities where I can minimally work and pursue the majority of my time on more fulfilling pursuits.

And..... Here's a poll on the private sector with satisfaction numbers just the opposite of federal workers:
[Article] People HATE their jobs

Lorde: Rejection of Materialism


Lorde. Born and raised in New Zealand, she's created a hit song Royals.

As predicted by me, the newer generations are dismissing the association of materialism with happiness. They see the fatalism and follies in the results of such pursuits.

Astonishingly, she's only 16! Check out her songs. (Her hit song Royals is linked above)

{Youtube] Lorde: A World Alone

{Youtube] Lorde: A Buzzcut Season

{Youtube] Lorde: Tennis Court

Monday, October 07, 2013

Greg Palast debunks Greece's Golden Dawn Party Raid

They'll use any excuse to shut down opposition. Any real threat to the status quo must be eliminated, but do it under a guise so that the people don't have a clue about the real motivations, and thusly, you can do it with people's approval.

And all the while the real conspirators and fascists get away with it and get to continue with their programs of fleecing the populous.

[Article] Greg Palast uncovers the plot to destroy Golden Dawn Political Party

Arnie Gundersen: Virtual Tour of Fukushima Daiichi

Here's a guided tour of Fukushima Daiichi with the latest status courtesy Arnie Gundersen.

[Vimeo] Arnie Gundersen: Guided Tour of Daiichi

Nick Hanauer debunks job creation


I don't understand why this is such an astonishing concept. We were taught about the economic cycle in economics class showing money circulating in the economy. The rich know that it is the working class that creates jobs not them, but they try to keep the capitalism religion going so that people have a hard time seeing any other concepts where the businessman is not on the pedestal like the priest class.

[Youtube] Nick Hanauer: Businessmen do not create jobs

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

The Great Shutdown of 2013

All I have the say about he federal government shuting down.. It's disguised austerity!

It's just theater. Enjoy the show.

Do psychopaths stop being parasites? Will the government show itself to be unnecessary and obselete during the shutdown?

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Oz The Great & Powerful

Take a journey through the enchanted world of Oz. A bad guy turns into a good guy (the real world doesn't work this way). But it is Disney.

The best character is the porcelain girl "China Girl". Amazing graphics work on her! It was actually a puppetier that controlled her. Again, outstanding! The scene where her legs are broke and mended is the best scene in the whole movie.

In the classic the Wizard is stuck behind a curtain manipulating perception to make himself look big and powerful. In this version, the Oz is also a manipulator, but everyone had invested their hope that he is working for the good side. There are scenes where he creates the illusions of being the powerful and almighty. Once again, it's Disney. The original bad guy is now the good guy.

Here are the three best scenes from the movie:

[Youtube] Oz - The Flowers

[Youtube] Oz - China Girl - A look at the puppeteer

[Youtube] Oz - China Girl

[Youtube] Oz - Inside Bubbles

Alice in Wonderland 2010


What an amazingly immersive movie! I watch this movie a couple of weeks ago (ya I torrented a Bluray) and it was magical! No wonder it made $100 million off of a $20 million dollar production. It takes you into a surreal imaginary world and wraps you right into it.

I really like the Mad Hatter. The background is this: from people went mad from making hats in factories and succumbed to mercury poisoning. The factory owners knew this but kept this from the public and workers for many decades and the practice went on.

As for the purpose of the original Alice in Wonderland... It was to show how absurd it was for one person to have the power to chop off another person's head. And in the end it shows authority has no power if you do not lend your attention and support to it.

Get it on Bluray to get the best of the graphics!

PS: The other movies by Tim Burton are psychopathic

[Youtube] Alice in Wonderland 2010 - Scene 1

[Youtube] Alice in Wonderland 2010 - Scene 2

[Youtube] Avril: Alice

[Youtube] Alice In Wonderland - Fashion Show - DVD Release Premiere

[Youtube] Kerli: Tea Party

Holy cow, look at the number of staff and money involved!
Kerli: Tea Party - A look behind the scenes

What I do is put this as the background while I'm doing donkey work. When you're on the Youtube page (not on the blog you will see the two arrows forming a circle on the top right of the playlist (top right in the black area)? Enable it to go throught he whole playlist automatically.
[Youtube] Alice in Wonderland 2010 - Soundtrack - PLAYLIST

How was that for my coverage of the movie Alice in Wonderland (2010)?

Monday, August 26, 2013

Katy Perry: ROAR @ MTV VMA 2013

Boy did everything else stink at the VMAs! But here comes KATY to salvage the whole thing. Good luck finding this performance on Youtube!

In case you don't watch TV like I....

[Vimeo] Katy Perry - ROAR - Brooklyn VMA 2013

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Katy Perry: Roar

Katy Perry's latest. At this point, she's printing money; she's her own Federal Reserve. Her products are just so clean, classy, and empowering compared others. The latest song is a self esteem booster. This song reminds me of the victory lap song by Vanilla Ice - Play that Funky Music

[Youtube] Katy Perry: Roar

[Youtube] Katy Perry: Donald Parody - Hilarrrrrioooous

[Youtube] Katy Perry interview

Now to see what else is out there... The narcissistic song by Lady Gaga. Painful to watch!
[Youtube] Lady Gaga: Applause

And although I like Avril's previous two songs Smile and What the Hell, she really blew it with the psychopathic bits (the knife slashing and the dog crash scenes) on this one. Just disturbing! And the plug for the Sony phone LOL! I think she just went with what the record company wanted her to do...
[Youtube] Avril: Rock and Roll

And where are the guys coming out with relevant and good songs? Justin Bieber doesn't count.

Monday, August 05, 2013

Katy Perry: Lost


Keeping with the Hopes and Dreams theme, here's Katy Perry singing Lost. The great thing about Katy is you can make out the lyrics just by listening.

Some days go just like this....

[Youtube] Katy Perry - Lost - Live

Sylvestar Stallone's Dream


I apologize, I've been meaning to post but haven't had a chance for the past week. I still will be posting more Katy Perry videos and still have in mind to do that Man of Steel movie review.

Anyways, I picked up the following off Facebook and thought it so good, I would post it here. The story may not be 100% accurate but it makes a great inspirational story regardless:

This is one of the SADDEST stories ever told in Hollywood. His name is Sylvestar Stallone. One of the BIGGEST and Most famous American Movie superstars. Back in the day, Stallone was a struggling actor in every definition. At some point, he got so broke that he stole his wife's jewelry and sold it. Things got so bad that he even ended up homeless. Yes, he slept at the New York bus station for 3 days. Unable to pay rent or afford food. His lowest point came when he tried to sell his dog at the liquor store to any stranger. He didn't have money to feed the dog anymore. He sold it at $25 only. He says he walked away crying.

Two weeks later, he saw a boxing match between Mohammed Ali and Chuck Wepner and that match gave him the inspiration to write the script for the famous movie, ROCKY. He wrote the script for 20 hours! He tried to sell it and got an offer for $125,000 for the script. But he had just ONE REQUEST. He wanted to STAR in the movie. He wanted to be the MAIN ACTOR. Rocky himself. But the studio said NO. They wanted a REAL STAR.

They said he "Looked funny and talked funny". He left with his script. A few weeks later, the studio offered him $250,000 for the script. He refused. They even offered $350,000. He still refused. They wanted his movie. But NOT him. He said NO. He had to be IN THAT MOVIE.

After a while, the studio agreed, gave him $35,000 for the script and let him star in it! The rest is history! The movie won Best Picture, Best Directing, and Best Film Editing at the prestigious Oscar Awards. He was even nominated for BEST ACTOR! The Movie ROCKY was even inducted into the American National Film Registry as one of the greatest movies ever!

And do You know the first thing he bought with the $35,000? THE DOG HE SOLD. Yes, Stallone LOVED HIS DOG SO MUCH that he stood at the liquor store for 3 days waiting for the man he sold his dog to. And on the 3rd day, he saw the man coming with the dog. Stallone explained why he sold the dog and begged for the dog back. The man refused. Stallone offered him $100. The man refused. He offered him $500. And the guy refused. Yes, he refused even $1000. And, believe it or not, Stallone had to pay $15,000 for the same dog he sold at $25 only! And he finally got his dog back!

And today, the same Stallone who slept in the streets and sold his dog JUST BECAUSE he couldn't even feed it anymore, is one of the GREATEST Movie Stars who ever walked the Earth!

Being broke is BAD. Really BAD. Have You ever had a dream? A wonderful dream? But You are too broke to implement it? Too tiny to do it? Too small to accomplish it? Damn! I've been there too many times!

Life is tough. Opportunities will pass you by, just because you are a NOBODY. People will want your products but NOT YOU. Its a tough world. If you aren't already famous or rich or "connected", you will find it rough. Doors will be shut on You. People will steal your glory and crash your hopes. You will push and push. And yet NOTHING WILL HAPPEN.

And then your hopes will be crashed. You will be broke. Damn broke. You will do odd jobs for survival. You will be unable to feed yourself. And yes, you may end up sleeping in the streets. It happens. Yes, it does.

BUT NEVER LET THEM CRUSH THAT DREAM. Whatever happens to you, Keep Dreaming. Even when they crush your hopes, Keep Dreaming. Even when they turn you away ,Keep Dreaming. Even when they shut you down, Keep Dreaming.

NO ONE KNOWS WHAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF EXCEPT YOURSELF! People will judge You by HOW you look. And by WHAT You have. But please, Fight On! Fight for Your place in history. Fight for your glory. NEVER EVER GIVE UP!

Even if it means selling all your clothes and sleeping with the dogs, ITS OKAY! But AS LONG AS YOU ARE STILL ALIVE, Your STORY IS NOT OVER. TRUST ME.

Keep Up the Fight. Keep your dreams and hope alive. Go for it.

Like and share if inspired. Lovely day people!

Elliphant: Down on Life

WOW! The scenery in this video based in Iceland is SPECTACULAR!

Watch Elliphant's Down on Life in HD full screen! It's amazing how much more cleaner videos are on Vimeo. The video on Youtube is blocky.

[Vimeo] Elliphant: Down on Life

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Pic of the Day 07-23-2013


Another rip from RonPaulForums. Remember, the name of the game is to think how to get through the box!

Friday, July 19, 2013

A Peek at a Corrupt Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)


Here's a look inside the belly of the beast at corrupt processes and procedures used by government agencies such as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) formed in the name of public interest on matters nuclear related. Arnie Gunderson and gang uncover and report on some of the misdealings, scams, shams, frauds, and criminal activities that the nuclear industry gets away with. Lost is public opinion and participation as the those in the regulatory watchdog positions turn lapdogs in the face of nice cushy paychecks (bribes!) once out of government positions and into private posts.

Paper trails disappear, documents are not to be found, time for research is short, important documents get missed since there are no alerts for new documents being added, and so forth....

Congratulations to Fairewinds Associates for helping to shut down the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant, and in the process, exposing the criminal lying by Edison.

[MP3] A look inside the legal system on nuclear matters

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Katy Perry: Long Shot

The theme for the next few days as I post will be: dreams.

It was indeed a long shot when Katy Perry left high school at age 13 to start on her singing career. The rest is history.

I felt it
The wire touched my neck and
Then someone pulled it tighter
I never saw it coming
I started to black out and
Then someone said good morning
I took it as a warning
I should have seen it coming
So now I'll take a chance on
This thing we may have started
Intentional or not I
Dont think we saw it coming
It's all adding up to something
That asks for some involvement
That asks for our commitment
I think I see it coming
If we step out of that limb

My heart beat, beats me senselessly
Whys everything got to be so intense with me?
Im trying to handle all this unpredictability
In all probability

It's a long shot but I say why not
If I say forget it I know that I'll regret it
It's a long shot just to beat these odds
The chance is we won't make it
But I know if I don't take it
There's no chance
Cause you're the best I got
So take the long shot

I realize that there is all this doubting
That we're both scared about but
Well never see them coming
Throw caution to the wind and
Well see which way it's blowing
And to this pulling on
We'll never see it coming
Until it's much to close to stop

My heart beat, beats me senselessly
Whys everything got to be so intense with me?
Im trying to handle all this unpredictability
And all probability

It's a long shot but I say why not
If I say forget it
I know that I'll regret it
It's a long shot just to beat these odds
The chance is we won't make it
But i know if i don't take it there's no chance
Cause you're the best I got
So take the long shot

What a pleasant surprise what a breath of fresh air
You knock the wind out of me
But inside it's so unaware

Ahaa, ahaa, ahaa

Oh I waited for fact to come of fiction
And you fit my description
I never saw you coming
But we'll make it even though

It’s a long shot and I say why not
If I say forget it
I know that I’ll regret it
It’s a long shot just to beat the odds
The chance is we won't make it
But I know if I don't take it there's no chance
Cause you're the best I've got
So take the long shot

You didn't expect this
Oh you never saw me coming
You didn't expect this
Oh you never saw this coming

I take the long shot
I take the long shot, shot, shot, shot, shot, shot
Cuz you're the best I got

Oh I’m taking this chance on you baby
I’m taking this chance on you baby
I’m taking this chance

[Youtube] Katy Perry - Long Shot (released in 2005!)

Here's a studio recorded HQ version:
[Youtube] Katy Perry - Long Shot (studio version)

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Debunking a Psychopath's Logic


Build awareness of a different type of logic. Identify it and then debunk it as I will now.

[Article] Inside Workings of a Sociopath

"Our failure to look away politely is often perceived as being confident, aggressive, seductive or predatory."
So the psychopath knows!

It is just fulfilling an exchange. People want a particular thing - to please you, to feel wanted or needed, to be seen as a good person - and manipulation is just a quick and dirty way to get both people something they want.
No, people don't get what they want. That's why they get angry from feeling cheated, manipulated, abused, or used. An unspoken contract has been broken. It is not a fulfilling exchange.

We observe our target and strive to become a facsimile of whatever or whoever that person wants - good employee, boss or lover. It's not always the case that the facsimile is malicious or ill-intentioned. It makes the target feel good for the course of the transaction and usually ends without harm.
See above comment. It probably did end with harm. And most people do not want a relationship with a fake persona.

Of course everything comes at a price - we wouldn't be doing it if we weren't getting something from you, often money or power or simply even the enjoyment of your admiration and desire, but this certainly does not mean that you get nothing out of it. Maybe some might think the price is too high. But the truth is that if you've made a deal with the devil, it's probably because no one else has offered you more favourable terms.
Maybe the psychopath should be truthful with the advertisement with the victim about the deal with the devil and that the deal is for a short term relationship only. If they are favorable terms, why the feeling of being cheated?

There is probably no universal, and certainly no objective, morality. Despite millennia of arguments among theologians and philosophers, no one can really agree on the contours and parameters of morality.
Everyone has their own morality and when it is violated the person feels poorly. The psychopath should take that into consideration.

Like many people, I adhere to a religion that gives me moral guidance. The practice of it is just good sense - it keeps you out of prison and safely hidden in the crowd. But the heart of morality is something I have never understood. My view of morality is instrumental.
Because the psychopath is empty inside, there is no guidance, concept of boundaries, or concept of morality. They will go along with a religious structure to fit in and to stay hidden, but they will not adhere to the religious teachings.

Sociopaths tend to crave stimulation and are easily bored
Like a kid sitting through a boring religious or school lecture! Psychopaths must constantly be doing something or they are bored as such.

The darker side of impulsivity is that we can become fixated on an impulse to the exclusion of all else, unable to listen to reason.
The Achilles heel of a psychopath. Get them to focus on one thing while having them lose focus on more important things. Works great when it's time to expose a psychopath.

These characteristics promote risk-taking, which in business often equals reward. It seems that where we do not crash and burn, we have the potential to achieve dizzying amounts of success.
The risk taking happens not on the basis of having more education, experience or knowledge, but rather on the disregard for the outcome, which usually ends in a crash and burn externalities such as bad economies, bad business practices, pollution, corruption, war, etc. I would not call that success.

Maybe there is a small thrill in taunting drivers or risking my life savings, but mainly it's that I just don't feel sufficient anxiety in these situations warning me to be more careful.
Always bored silly inside and need stimulation that can only come from a zero sum loss from others.

I don't have the off switch in my brain telling me when to stop - no natural sense of boundaries alerting me to when I am on the verge of taking something too far.
That's why politicians and executives have handlers. To tell them when they've gone too far.

In efficient breaches, it is often the immoral choice that leaves everyone better off. If I want to break a rule and am willing to suffer the consequences, I should be allowed to make that choice unhindered.
Except that both parties did not discuss the terms of an efficient breach much less agree to the terms beforehand. The psychopath is making up the terms as he goes along.

And so I cut off all ties and walked away. There were damages on all sides, but I had no other means of mitigating them, so it was an efficient breach.
Except that the psychopath didn't get punished as much as he/she should've been.

All of this is a carefully calculated persona meant to appeal to the greatest percentage of the student population possible.
A persona, not the real person. Expect people to feel cheated when they find out!

This is true of everybody, but I never am trying to get someone's approval or admiration, unless it is a means to the end.
Empty exercises leading to an empty end.

I have strong arms and I might have killed her if I thought there would have been no consequences
Only thing that stops them. Pavlovian consequences like jail time or revenge from the victim.

I do not love him the way that he loves me
Ahhh, the untruthfulness of it by keeping the observation secret from the victim.

I do not view these relationships as cheating, but I keep them a secret anyway to avoid drama.
Then find someone in agreement with your views, psychopath.

Sociopaths are part of the grease making the world go round. We fulfill fantasies, or at least the appearance of fantasies. In fact, we are sometimes the only ones attentive to providing for your deepest wants and needs, the only ones so deeply attuned to them for no ulterior motive immediately discernible by you.
LOL. The ending is never pretty when the psychopath performs the reveal or is found out. So much for fulfillment.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Katy Perry: The Box


Before Katy Perry was famous, there were songs written like The Box. She admits to writing at least 1000 songs back then without much luck.

No need to explain the song. The lyrics from this song say it all. *I've corrected the lyrics slightly* They are also below the video.

I was living in a small mind
With no lifeline
And no messages can reach me from the outside
When I looked out over the horizon
Didn't notice the sun was setting or just rising

Then it hit me
Maybe bit me
Then I knew, quite a few would not go with me
I didn't know exactly where I would be going
But I had to let this river in me flowing

What a ride
When you open your eyes
For the very first time
A real surprise

I started living outside of the box
Crossing over lines where I always used to stop
Living outside of the box
'Cause I'm not gonna be anybody that I'm not
I always knew this day would come
When I got off my back, found some motivation
I've been living on the other side
Come hell or high water every moment I'm alive

I was living on a fault line
The fault was all mine
And this unstable ground found me down half the time
But I had enough
I had to get up
I had to shrug it all off 'cause it's the same old stuff

Then it hit me
You won't permit me
To be an individual
This doesn't fit me
But I decided that it's no way to be livin
Yeah, I decided I'm escaping from your prison

What a high
When you open your mind for the very first time
A real surprise

I started living outside of the box
Crossing over lines where I always used to stop
Livin outside of the box
'Cause I'm not gonna be anybody that I'm not
I always knew this day would come
When I got off my back, found some motivation
I've been living on the other side
Come hell or high water every moment I'm alive

So long conformity
Individuality is a new priority
All it takes, for heaven sakes
Is to figure out the fakes and learn to separate

I started living outside for the box
Taking my time when I always used to rush
Living outside of the box
'Cause I'm not gonna be anybody that I'm not
I always knew this day would come
When I broke down the walls for my liberation
I've been living on the other side
Come hell or high water every moment I'm alive

Oh, living outside of the box
Oh, living outside of the box
Oh, living outside

Ha ha ha

I always knew this day would come
When I got off my back, found some motivation

Oh, living outside of the box
Of the box, of your life
Of everything that seems that nice

[Youtube] Katy Perry: The Box

Organic Valley Grassmilk Tasting


Waking up in the morning to a self created system...

Remember those brainstorming group gatherings? You were told to think outside the box. Well, don't. It's wrong. Think HOW to get outside the box. In this case, we're talking about how to get outside the system. In this case, it's to get out of the system that treats animals poorly, destroys the environment, produces lower nutrition food products, destroys jobs, and removes choices.

Here is a milk tasting conducted by Organic Valley on the introduction of their new product, Grassmilk. They state that the cows are pasture 100% of the time and that their farms are in Northern California. Of course if demand increases, they will be producing this milk from other farms, I hope ones that are more local.

Don't forget they also have eggs, butter, and cheese which I saw on the shelves at Whole Foods last time I was there about a month ago. Btw, the price on Grassmilk has come down to around $4.50 (it might have been $4.80). I don't quite remember but it was around there.

Here again is the link to the very popular blog post on how to identify the source of milk and its rating in terms of business structure and practices, humane treatment of animals, etc.

[Youtube] Organic Valley presents Grassmilk

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Mark Dice repeals of Bill of Rights

Waking up to see who and what you are surrounded by and adjusting...

So Mark Dice goes out to the pier and asks people if they want to sign a petition to repeal the Bill of Rights. As like clockwork, as soon as people hear the word OBAMA, they blindly sign the petition.

It's because of the realization and understanding from videos like this that I fear other people more than I do the government. The selfishness of these people leads them to having no problems with getting rid of heretics or witches - those think for themselves and oppose the system and conventional wisdom. It's happened in history.

Btw, Mark Dice has done a bunch of these fake petitions over the years but this year he's done the largest amount.

[Youtube] Mark Dice: Repeal the Bill of Rights

Katy Perry: Wide Awake


Here's to waking up from a false reality. Trickery, cons, frauds, manipulation, etc. They're all out there and we've all been victims at one time or another. Recognize them so that you don't get fooled again.

This is Katy's last song (it's the most recent) that's she's made. Of course, it's been a year since the song come out. Her new album is supposedly coming out later this year.

This song is supposedly about her marriage and subsequent divorce from Russell Brand and from the sound of it, she feels he conned her in some way? Anyways, it about the innocence of youth and its destruction when it meets up with the harsh world. But recovery is around the corner and life continues.

[Youtube] Katy Perry - Wide Awake

Thomas Sheridan: The End of Eire


The theme for the next few days will be WAKING UP. Understand what is happening, identify, be alert, and make adjustments.

If there is one documentary to watch it is the one by Thomas Sheridan named The End of Eire which was released a few weeks ago. It covers a lot of the topics, ideas, and strategies that have been covered by this blog, but also includes a few more interesting ones on how one must practice NCEA (no contact ever again) with the psychopathic system.

At this point, I feel this system cannot be changed, and therefore, it is not mine and I don't want to participate to keep it alive. I am going to opt out and find ways that do not include the system. The lack of attention will make it disappear into oblivion. What will go in place of it? Something more individual focused and local. Something human focused. Something less defined. Something more dynamic. It's up to you to create your own system.

Anyways check it out..

[Youtube] Thomas Sheridan's The End of Eire

Monday, July 08, 2013

More posts to come Monday

Arrrg! Ran out of time today. I'll be posting more on Monday during the daylight hours. I want to spend some time on the next post.

As for Google Reader being discontinued, what is everyone using now?

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Katy Perry and Nicki Manaj: Girls Just Want to To Have Fun


Great fun performance by Katy Perry and Nicki Manaj! I just want to say, what a great band (musicians and backup singers) Katy Perry has.

Hey, we're all here to have fun. Enjoy!

To tell the truth, I didn't know who Katy Perry was until I ran into one of her songs and liked it only 3-4 month ago! This is because I do not listen or watch to mainstream media.

What's coming up for the week? Well, there's many more Katy Perry songs to come. I'll be doing one or two a day for the rest of the week. The songs will be selected based on the theme or idea of the day. I also saw Man of Steel today in IMAX 3D and I want to do a full analysis, second by second, blow by blow of the movie with timestamps. There's a lot I want to say. I am going to download the movie for this. Yes, go watch the movie for analogies of Empire and Freedom.

[Youtube] Katy Perry and Nicki Manaj having fun

NSA recruiters get a tongue lashing from students

Bad day at work for some NSA recruiters at University of Wisconsin as they are grilled by students about the unsavory surveillance practices. They are stopped in their tracks as their propaganda gets analyzed and then reinterpreted by the students in opposition. Check it out via the link to Max Keiser's blog!

Here's some of the questions I would have had:
1) Why is it they surveil us but we can't them?
2) If it a nation of We the People, doesn't the information belong to the people? So the leaked data actually belongs to the people of the US. Furthermore, why is it government departments and government officials get the secrets and get to keep them. Should you, the NSA, be passing the secrets to us, the people, and keeping the secrets secret from the rest of the government?
3) If the citizens of the US are being surveiled, are we terrorists?
4) Who are your customers? Aren't you working for us, the citizens? Aren't we your customers? Why are you surveiling your own customers?
5) If we are the citizens, how can it be wrong what we want or do? Isn't it us that give the government direction and permission and even its existence? It is through our wants and desires that define the government and what you guys (the government workers) do.
6) How come there hasn't been a manhunt on those that were exposed as committing crimes as employees of the government. Take, for example, the government officials that perjured themselves in front of Congress.

[Link] Students grill the NSA recruiters

Friday, July 05, 2013

Katy Perry: Hot n Cold with Elmo


My nephew likes this one. Unfortunately, the video never aired on Sesame Street. Google why.

[Youtube] Katy Perry - Hot and Cold with Elmo

Katy Perry: Hot and Cold - Live 2008

Here's one of my favorite performances - Katy Perry singing Hot and Cold live at EMAS 2008. Aren't they greater early in their careers when it's still new and they're still struggling along?

[Youtube] Katy Perry sings Hot and Cold Live

911 Was An Inside Job - Moving Mountains - Mervyn Frost

Here's the song 911 as an inside job By Moving Mountains sung by Mervyn Frost
[Youtube] 911 as an inside job - Moving Mountains

Happy belated Firework Day! feat Katy Perry

Happy Independence Day! Happy 4th of July! (as belated as it may be)

I will be posting more excellent stuff by Katy Perry in the near future. Here she is singing Firework...

[Youtube] Katy Perry - Firework - Live

Thursday, July 04, 2013

Independenace Day 2013 - The Breakaway Republic


Money, material possessions, and even life is sacrificed for it. It's precious. It's the only thing of value... What is it? It's FREEDOM.

This 4th of July is a celebration of independence from the psychopathic public and private regime of England. But wait, there's a monster lurking in the murky depths of a seemingly functioning United States government. There appears to be a layer above the President, Congress, and the rest of the government. They all bow to a force in control of its intelligence services like the NSA, CIA, and FBI which act seemingly autonomous and separated from the visible government. Catherine Austin Fitts refers to the people behind this force as the Breakaway Civilization.

The NSA has collected a dossier on all politicians, most likely usable as blackmail. It appears to me that they can quickly generate a list of targets hostile to their control from the analysis of all the collected data. Furthermore, locating the targets in realtime using surveillance is now possible. The information can also be used for industrial sabotage, market rigging, collusion, and other anti competitive behavior. They can perfect price points for oil, gasoline, commodities, and so forth. Furthermore, imagine having perfect knowledge of your competitors or your enemies from their insides! Imagine plotting human networks and behaviors and then finding the weak links to control them. Israel would ration calories to Gaza, so as to keep them alive, but malnourished and incapacitated.

Anyways, here is former NSA employee Russ Tice spilling the beans of our sad predicament come this Independence Day - the Stasi State.

Happy 4th of July!

[MP3] Sibel Edmonds interviews Russ Tice - 06-17-2013

Obama the terrorism supporter - South Africans get it


The protests in South Africa of Obama's visit during last week were not covered anywhere in the alternative media so here it is...

[Youtube] Anti Empire South Africa

Obama the terrorist supporter - The Egyptians get it


The Egyptians have figured out the root cause of their bad disposition. It is that invisible hand that does its dirty work in the background. It is the THE NETWORK where cloaked rich private families seek to control governments and their people. It is the Anglo empire, with its headquarters in America.

[Pics] Anti Empire Egypt

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Pic of the Day - 06-23-2013

Of course voting would be declared illegal if voting were effective! At least it would be more honest as it would be out in the open as a dictatorship.

Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Organic Valley Grassmilk @ Whole Foods

Behold the mother of all milk.. Organic Valley Grassmilk has been available for almost a year now at Whole Foods. I picked up a half gallon carton about 6 months ago for $5. My most recent purchase a month ago cost me $5.50. So it very affordable (hey it costs less than 2 cappuccinos).

So there I was at Whole Foods to pick up milk as one of the items in shopping list. And there it was in the milk shelf... My mouth popped open, I sighed WOW, and moved in quickly to gaze at carton which read the words GRASS FED. I picked it up and read some more to make sure it was what I thought it was. It was!.

So here's the key to what makes this product great. Yes, it's organic, and yes it has 4 stars on Cornucopia, but what makes this product stand out from the rest is that the cows feed on pasture grass, just like old times! You're getting full nutrition as nature intended. The cows are happy doing what they do, and so is the farmer.

[Link] Organic Valley Grassmilk information webpage

I just visited Organic Valley website today to grab the pic for this post and noticed they are also selling grass fed butter and cheese! I'll have to check those out next time I'm at Whole Foods.

Btw, Whole Foods has a great meat section and it's affordable. I've been able to pick up chicken breast/drumsticks, tri tip, and pork already BBQed and smoked and sauced for lunch and dinner for much less than what a restaurant would charge, and the quality is much higher.

I also like to pick up their brown box double chocolate cookies ($5.99). Last time I picked them up, they had a bit too much oil or butter, but they were still good. Their 10" (or 12"???) banana cream pie is always a winner ($10). Always have liked their little creme brulee ($6).

Oh and the soups are phenomenal. I like their clam chowder, fish soup (they have some seafoodish name for this one), beef soup (forget the exact name), and sometimes the lamb soup (this one's a little rough!). Anytime I sample a new soup, I am coerced by the flavor to buy it.

Their pizza used to be good. I think it's gone down in quality. Their cheese is now cheesefood (combo of oil + cheese).

What have you run into at Whole Foods or other such stores?

Monday, May 13, 2013

Glenn Greenwald schools Bill Maher


Glenn Greenwald schools Bill Maher. Did Bill learn anything? Probably not. The best part is near the end of the video.

[Youtube] Glenn Greenwald vs. Bill Maher

Monday, April 15, 2013

Downside of Democracy


This one was floating around on from today.

I'm sorry but people in the know have to compete against this.... And look at the satisfied look on people's face after they're done signing! Boy does democracy have its achilles heel! Sorry, but they are the weakest link, goodbye.

We can blame the mass media or the bankers or the executives or the "investors". I'm probably the only one to point to the real culprits. There can only be one source in a democracy - the citizens. They are the go to people in a democracy and they WILL drop the ball. When someone complains about some politician I like to first hold a mirror to him/her and analyze their past and present behavior.

[Youtube] Mark Dice vs. the 1st Amendment

Coachella 2013 360 View

Here's something new.. The 360 view. It looks like they've taken google maps street view to live performance. Anyways, it's quite immersive.

I'm hoping Youtube puts all the performances online and not just a few of them.

360 video is near the top. I liked the Until Sunset and After Dark videos. One the video plays, click menu on the bottom left to go back to the main menu (took me a bit to figure that one out). Oh yeah, Southern California has been having some great weather for most of this month.

[Link] Coachella 2013 Youtube Channel

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Coachella 2013 Live on Youtube

I've been watching Youtube's live broadcast for the past two days. There's some really great music playing. Check it out tonight. There's 3 channels and it looks real nice in HD at 720p or 1080p. I really hope Youtube releases the broadcast of all the performances.

From Friday, I liked Metric, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, How to Destriy Angels, Teagan and Sara, Beardyman, Jello Braton, Infected Mushroom.

From Saturday, I liked Portugal the Man, and Hot Chip. They had a lot of club DJs too and the best one was Diple from the band Major Laser.

I have yet to watch Sunday's broadcast.

You can move the slider back if watching live which is what I do. They do a rebroadcast which takes it into the early hours of next day. Then the video is gone.

[Youtube] Coachella 2013 Live

Monday, April 01, 2013

April Fools Youtube

Can there be something more irrelevant, mind numbing, and time wasting than regular and cable tv? Youtube's managed to do it here with TMI (too much information) of nothingness to overwhelm your sanity. When is too much too much? Now. And there's 10,000 people watching!

[Youtube] Live Youtube April Fools

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Democracy Now! Repercussions of a Crimogenic War 03-21-2013


When criminals are allowed to freely misbehave without consequences, the repercussions are bared by those most unsuspecting and furthest from the original crime.

[Video] Democracy Now! The Life of Tomas Young

[Video] Democracy Now! The Life of Tomas Young - Part 2

[MP4] Download Body of War
Click Free then click the "Create Download Link" button in the bottom right.

Democracy Now! - A look at Iraq 10 years later


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What would a place look like if psychopaths are given carte blanche, without any restrictions, to do whatever they wanted to do? Why, you'd have Iraq in its current state. Radiation in Japan, radiation in Iraq? Nahhhh.. Ignore it repercussions. Tough it out. No food, water, electricity, jobs, security? No government or democracy? It's beneficial to us psychopaths.

Now we know why Africa gets the way it is and who is responsible for it. The government is purposely taken down in chaos. Create sectarianism and groupings that didn't exist before and stir up conflict. If that means genocide, so be it. Millions dead? No problem, sleeping well at night is no issue. Oh and hey, you have no right to food, water, a home (yeah try buying a home here in the US and see how far your savings and income get you), security, or a functional government. You don't deserve any of it. You're going to live like we want you to live and we don't want to hear any more from you.

Iraq is a psychopath's paradise. And it's coming to neighborhood near you, unless you put the brakes to it. It can start with prosecution of some of those in power. After all, this is what they have in store for you. Why should you be any different?

The Iraq war... All for what? Money, power, control, and duper's delight for psychopaths. Psychopaths are bored, they work hard for their duper's delight. Let's not forget about the stolen goodies and cheap resources? Pop open the champagne. Those in power are happy with the results. Are you?

It comes down to The Network. Remember the movie? Well there's two worldwide networks. One consisting of psychopaths and one on the internet consisting of conscientious human beings. Ying and Yang. It's been an ongoing battle throughout history. It won't be easy. Maybe we can finally win?

I saw a poll and 47% still agree with going to war with Iraq. How sad. When is enough going to be enough?

[Youtube] The consumer turning a blind eye
Sorry no embedding

[Video] Democracy Now!'s coverage of the Iraq War - The 10 years and counting

Sunday, March 17, 2013

TED Conferences are a Fraud?


Let's take a peek under the rug... It's not very pretty. Eddie Huang exposes TED Conference via his week long experience in Long Beach. He says every audience member pays $8000 to watch the show from in the seats. And he says there's 2000 attendees. That's $16 million dollars. So it's a business! PLUS the speakers do not get paid anything AND they are made to jump through hoops for a whole week for 14-17 hours a day! What's going on?

[Youtube] Ted Conferences - The money and the mules

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Bradley Manning's leaked court speech


Wait, wasn't it Government of the People, By the People, For the People? These days it seems like it's for someone else, like the military or the Pentagon, the CIA, or the bankers. If it is really Government BY and FOR the People then that means the People are the boss. They determine what policy they approve or disapprove. If information is generated by the government, doesn't it belong to the people since it's BY and FOR the people? Why does the information only belong to the military or Pentagon or CIA? Who are they? Don't they get their instructions from the people? How can the people make informed decisions without the information? How come the boss doesn't get to know what the employees are doing?

Here is Bradley Manning's leaked court speech on his motivations and hope. He's a HERO, and because of him, there has been major revolutions around the world.

[Youtube] Bradley Manning's Great Expectations

Friday, March 08, 2013

Hugo Chavez's Venezuela - As He Sees It


I haven't been paying attention to the mainstream media but I have heard bits here and there when turning to the evening news for a few minutes and then setting the TV to source from the laptop. It's pure bogus lies and it's easy to see through, at least, this one, this time - Hugo Chavez. If this is the case, what about everything else they report on? It's got to be so dubious!

Anyways, here's a collection of videos from this week. I'll just post the links (collected from the Facebook group).

The Bolivar Revolution continues - Propaganda vs. real achievements
Democracy Now! Hugo Chavez's programs will continue
Greg Palast: Take the bribe or else
Journeyman Pictures on Hugo Chavez (2002)
Hugo Chavez on Bush
Hugo Chavez on Bush at UN - Part 1

Thursday, March 07, 2013

Democracy Now! - Operation Condor 03-07-2013


Democracy Now! - Another great show, this time exposing what went on in the 1960s thru the 1980s in South America with assistant from the CIA. The Cold War an excuse to take over countries and have fun with dissenters? It's a war between those who want to stand up for freedom and liberty and sanity and psychopaths who seek power, control, and money. All this for worthless money? Maybe not. Maybe it's duper's delight? They just want to put one over on people. They get excited over torture and death. Psychopaths call it Operation Condor.

[Youtube] Democracy Now! Operation Condor - 03-07-2013

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Hugo Chavez's Legacy


I think I'm going to find a plugin that will allow me to post both to Facebook and here.

Be sure to watch The Revolution Will Not Be Televised!

Anyways, don't bother with the mainstream mass media. You're not going to get anything of value. Democracy Now! had a very good show on Hugo Chavez today. The new president is interesting. he's the one that's forged treaties, trade deals, and aid with surrounding countries in order to help everybody all around in symbiotic relationships.

For some reason, the video didn't appear on Youtube today so I will link to the MP4 file. I'll be keeping an eye on the theory that cancer was induced by the CIA. It's a statistical anomaly that good folks die young (cancer has been showing up a lot lately) while the evil persist late into their lives. Bill Hicks died from pancreatic cancer at the age of 32.

[Video] Democracy Now! 03-06-2013 - Hugo Chavez's Legacy

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Facebook is where it's at

I'll be continuing my posts and comments on Facebook, rather than here on blogspot. I've added a lot of content the past 7 days. Please join AskButWhy on Facebook. <== Click Facebook for a direct link to the group.

Monday, February 18, 2013

AskButWhy is now on Facebook


I've opened up the AskButWhy group on Facebook in hopes that content will be shared and generated by others and not just me. Anyways, come along in the journey and dabble. The group is open (for now) so joining is easy.

[Link] Join AskButWhy group on Facebook

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Vancouver 1907

Just how advanced was Vancouver Canada in 1907? Street cars? Sidewalks? Homes? Telephone/Electricity poles?

{Youtube] Vancouver in 1907

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

IIFA 2012: Rishi and Ranbir Kapoor

Presenting the highlight of the 2012 IIFA awards.. Rishi and Ranbir Kapoor, father and son. You can clearly see who's got the charm, charisma, and personality to be the superstar of yesteryears.

{Youtube] IIFA 2012 - Rishi and Ranbir Kapoor performance

IIFA 2011: Ranveer Singh

Presenting the highlight of IIFA 2011... Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha

{Youtube] IIFA 2011 - Ranveer Singh performance