Monthly Archives: September 2011

UPDATE – 9/29/2011 – The Movement for Peace, Dignity, and Justice (Mexico)

The Movement for Peace, Dignity, and Justice this morning denounced the federal government’s intention to “dilute” trying agreed for talks with President Calderón 3 months ago involving other groups, which was given to the victims led by Javier Sicilia only 15 minutes of participation in this meeting. – El Movimiento por la Paz con Justitcia y Dignidad denunció esta mañana la intención del gobierno federal por “diluirlo”, al intentar que en el diálogo pactado con el presidente Calderón hace 3 meses participen otras agrupaciones, concediéndosele a las víctimas encabezadas por Javier Sicilia sólo 15 minutos de participación en este encuentro.
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Federal laws and how easy they are to break

The average professional in this country wakes up in the morning, goes to work, comes home, eats dinner, and then goes to sleep, unaware that he or she has likely committed several federal crimes that day. Why? The answer lies in the very nature of modern federal criminal laws, which have exploded in number but also become impossibly broad and vague. Continue reading

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Einstein, Relativity, and its Challenges

“Brand new data from CERN indicates a particle that moves faster than the speed of light. If this really were the case, it would be almost unbelievable news that breaks with everything that physicists have been relying on since Einstein put forward the theory of relativity, which says, that nothing can move faster than light.” Continue reading

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Letter to a friend who fails to realize the truth about 9/11 and who thinks it nonsense

I am greatly disappointed that you are lumping together UFO’s, Bigfoot, and 9/11 Truth Professor.

I assume this is due to your not having studied the many legitimate resources available concerning the truth about the events of 9/11.

You’re obviously smart enough to understand these truths, but you have apparently chosen not to do so, because you have been fooled into thinking these truths are conspiracy theories, meaning: unprovable, which they are not.

What is unprovable is the official government mythology concerning the events of 9/11. Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, for example have shown, proven, scientifically, the official myth to be a lie; the truth being that all three WTC buildings: 1, 2, and 7, were in fact brought down by controlled demolition.
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America in her hour of need – abandonment or hope?

Too many people, I think, are busily stockpiling food and ammo and hiding in their homes as opposed to getting involved. Or else they’re planning to flee the country. This helps America not one bit, although it’s not an unwise plan of action considering what will befall America if we abandon her in her time of greatest need. I, for one, cannot do so. I’ve had to do the opposite: go to Washington and organize its nonviolent (yet police and military backed) takeover by good, wise people who can begin leading us out of the impending disaster, which will by no means be an easy thing to accomplish, because we are dealing with murderous thugs, here, and it’s important that people realize this.
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Why the current protest movements, though better than nothing, accomplish little, and why much more is needed.

Drastic times call for drastic actions, which neither of the above mentioned are are. Neither actions are well organized or thought-through (as in gaining the support of the police and military), nor do they appeal to a common ground that the majority of Americans can support, but which the Summer of Justice 2012 DC action does. Continue reading

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America – Washington is wasting your tax dollars and federal bureaucrats are living the high life

Federal employees are leeches living like princes and princesses off of the hardworking, taxpaying American’s backs, while the rest of America goes jobless and hungry. Continue reading

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