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Friday, May 16, 2014

Quote De Jour

"It is the absolute right of the State to supervise the formation of public opinion."  - Joseph Goebbels 

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Quote De Jour

"The last thing I ever wanted was to be alive when the three most powerful people on the whole planet would be named Bush, Dick and Colon."  - Kurt Vonnegut 

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Quote De Jour

"Governments will use whatever technology is available to them to combat their primary enemy - their own population."  - Noam Chomsky 

Saturday, May 10, 2014

DANG that Global Warming: Antarctic Sea Ice Approaching The Largest Ever Recorded

The area of excess Antarctic sea ice is almost large enough to cover the entire state of Alaska.

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Three Steps To World War

Cops continuously raid man's home looking for him; What part Of He Died In 2006 Don't They Understand

Fox News reports a story that just won’t stay dead. NYPD won’t stop raiding the former home of James Jordan Sr. Although Jordan died eight years ago; the cops still want to talk to him.

Jordan died in 2006 of diabetes, but cops have raided his former Brooklyn home more than a dozen times since his death. Jordan’s widow Karen told the NY Post that she has told the police several times that James is dead.

Frustrated relatives posted Jordan’s death certificate on the front door as a deterrent to keep cops away. Jordan’s final encounter with the law occurred in 1996. His widow said the police wanted him for turnstile jumping. She has since filed a lawsuit against the city in a Brooklyn federal court.

Jordan’s widow says cops have raided the Brooklyn home four times this year. The city’s Law Department didn’t respond to media inquiries. James Jordan Jr. said he only wants his father to rest in peace. Visit the New York Post for more details about this story.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

New World Money Is HERE: IMF Loan to Ukraine in SDR, not US Dollars

This is the first that we know of a loan by the IMF, headquartered in Washington, DC, as specifying a loan in SDR (Special Drawing Rights) rather than in the customary US Dollar.  As with most policy changes from Washington, they ease changes into existence, this seems to be the start in the use of SDR’s.
If this is the start in the use of SDR’s, then in return it’s also the start in not using the US Dollar for IMF loans, which are essentially US Govt loans.
The IMF Ukrainian loan press release is viewable here: www.imf.org/external/np/sec/pr/2014/pr14189.htm

Friday, May 2, 2014

Anti-Obama Signs On I-5 Near Seattle Draw WH Threats

You want to see something better than Burma Shave signs? These are Northbound on I-5 (88 miles south of Seattle). The federal government is now petitioning to have these signs removed, or Washington state will be denied additional monies for interstate highways.

The State of Washington replied, they will secede from the Union rather than be intimidated. These are a matter of free speech paid for by a private citizen. It seems the Obama government uses intimidation and ignores the First Amendment when they want to silence someone. These signs are priceless.  

Quote De Jour

"We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order." - David Rockefeller

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Shock Video: Long Beach Cops Execute Unarmed, Fleeing Suspect,IN THE BACK, Claim They Felt Threatened

Pic De Jour

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Cops No Longer Need Warrants to Search Vehicles

By Adan Salazar

Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court has ruled police officers in the Commonwealth are no longer required to obtain a warrant prior to searching a vehicle, a decision that essentially overturns the protections enumerated in the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and in Pennsylvania’s own state constitution.
 San Francisco Police searching a vehicle after a stop in 2008. / Photo: Drew Stephens, Wikimedia Commons

Yesterday, Justice Seamus McCaffery issued the court’s opinion, stemming from a 2010 Philadelphia police department traffic stop of a man for having dark tinted windows, who was later found to be hiding two pounds of marijuana under the hood of his vehicle. In a 4-2 vote, the court decided “the prerequisite for a warrantless search of a motor vehicle is probable cause to search.”
Previously, as explained by Lancaster Online, police were not allowed to search a vehicle unless a driver consented, “or if the illegal substances were in plain view.”
“Now, based on the opinion, it only takes reasonable probable cause for an officer to go ahead with the search without a warrant,” writes Brett Hambright.
Not surprisingly, police are ecstatic.
“It is a ruling that helps law enforcement as they continue to find people in possession of illegal drugs,” said New Holland Police Lt. Jonathan Heisse, reports Hambright.
However, in her dissenting opinion, Justice Debra McCloskey Todd rightly noted the ruling “heedlessly contravenes over 225 years of unyielding protection against unreasonable search and seizure which our people have enjoyed as their birthright.” Todd also called the decision “diametrically contrary to the deep historical and legal traditions” of Pennsylvania, according to Associated Press.
Several defense attorneys also view the court’s ruling as a monumental government overreach that could negatively impact the normal, day-to-day lives of ordinary citizens.
“It’s an expanding encroachment of government power,” Jeffrey Conrad, a defense attorney with the law firm Clymer Musser & Conrad told Hambright today regarding the court’s final opinion. “It’s a protection we had two days ago, that we don’t have today. It’s disappointing from a citizens’ rights perspective.”
“I am concerned,” another defense attorney, Christopher Patterson, expressed to Hambright, “that we are on a slippery slope that will eliminate personal privacy and freedom in the name of expediency for law enforcement.”
Another lawyer clarified that the ruling does not grant police the authority to search vehicles arbitrarily.
“This does not mean that they may search every vehicle they stop,” Mike Winters with the law firm McMahon & Winters said. “They must still develop probable cause before they are permitted to search your vehicle without a warrant.”