Thursday, August 31, 2006

Silent horror in the Peach State

This is truly frightening! Where is the Atlanta Journal-Constitution? Where is USA Today? Oh yeah, MIA as usual. This needs to be investigated and exposed!

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Unusual aerial craft spotted in Canadian Arctic

UFO sightings appear to be on the rise throughout the world. Remember the strange craft seen over Hawaii a week or so ago?
Anyway, the latest, via the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, is from the Northwest Territories in the Canadian Arctic.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Iraq war vet under fire for raising questions about 9/11

This is outrageous! Some unpatriotic jerk - Colonel Luke S. Green, Chief of Staff at Fifth Army in Ft. Sam Houston, Texas - has initiated an investigation into a heroic soldier named Sgt. 1st Class Donald Buswell for answering an unsolicited email involving controversial issues surrounding 9/11. For daring to question the lies spewed by BushCo, Buswell is under investigation, as noted in this story by the Lone Star Iconoclast.

Achtung! Papers, please!

The corrupt Bush administration (oxymoron?) is further clamping down on press freedoms as the New Amerika is created right in front of our eyes (North American Union, anyone?)

Writes the hardworking and brave reporter Wayne Madsen, over at Wayne Madsen Report, writes the following while on assignment in Scandinavia:
Information visas (I-Visa) -- a Bush administration method for controlling the foreign media's coverage of the United States.
You're a foreign journalist and you want to visit the United States to cover a story. If you think it is as easy as hopping on an airplane, even if you are a citizen or resident of a visa-waiver country, guess again. Journalists wishing to travel to the United States -- whether they are with print, television, radio, or Internet media -- must first obtain an "I-Visa" from the U.S. embassy or selected consulates responsible for their jurisdictions. Freelance journalists who are not under contract to a U.S.-recognized media organization need not apply

(and the foreign reporters now are required to jump through all sorts of hoops to get an I-visa. This isn't Soviet Russia or the Eastern Bloc circa 1970. Where's the freedom, freedom-lovers?


What happens if the Bush cronies decide they do not like the story a foreign journalist will be pursuing? They will reject the I-Visa application -- no explanation necessary. But if the rejected journalist expects a refund of his or her $108, $102, or $100, he or she can guess again. According to the U.S. embassy in Germany, "refunds of this fee are rarely granted, and generally only in cases in which the embassy has made an error in processing the visa application. In the case in which a visa request has been refused or an applicant has erroneously paid the fee twice, a refund will not be approved."

Monday, August 28, 2006

Progress on the Gulf Coast?

Tomorrow is the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's landfall. Here's what HASN'T been done over the past year.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Opposition mounts against Texas governor and his support of TTC

This Trans-Texas Corridor is becoming more unpopular by the day. And with the Texas gubernatorial race well underway, Gov. Rick Perry is feeling the sting.

As reported in the Houston Chronicle in a new article headlined "Perry's vision for rural highway could become a political pothole."

Writes Chronicle reporter R.G. Ratcliffe: All four of Perry's re-election challengers oppose the corridor. Democrat Chris Bell, independent Kinky Friedman and Libertarian James Werner all have spoken out against it. Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn, running as an independent, attended many of the hearings and called the project the "Trans-Texas Catastrophe" while promising to stop Perry's "land-grabbing highway henchmen."
One of Perry's fellow Republicans on the statewide ballot — U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison — also has criticized the project, saying it imposes too heavily on rural landowners.
The Republican Party of Texas in June passed a plank in its platform calling for the repeal of legislation authorizing the Trans-Texas Corridor. The Texas Farm Bureau — a longtime Perry political supporter — wants the state to scrap the project

Ratcliffe also notes that over 14,000 Texans came out to public forums expressing their opposition to arrogant Perry's American Union superboondoggle. I'm sure there are many more who are against the Trans-Texas Corridor and rightly so. In fact, my old stomping grounds in good ol' Ellis County, Texas would be split in two, right down the middle. I'm glad the Ellis County Press (and columnist and friend Jimmie Simmons in particular) is coming out against the TTC.

Boren admin. covers up prank 'terror' event at OU library

Great work from Bellaciao writer Mike Wright out of Norman, Oklahoma. This time, he writes about University of Oklahoma Pres. David Boren covering up an event in the OU library where students had a prank "terror" attack using Super Soaker water guns. This happened in Oct. 2005, just weeks after Joel Henry Hinrichs III blew himself up outside OU Memorial Stadium. And, when an alum tried to alert campus police HE was punished and banned from campus for six months. This is yet another example of Boren and his henchman using their power and CIA connections to cover up any bad news that may put the university in a poor light. Keep up the good work, Mike!

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

DU : An atrocity against people and the planet

Several times on this blog I've noted stories I've come across addressing the insidiousness of depleted uranium. It is nasty, nasty stuff and our government has used it over and over - thousands upon thousands of tons of this stuff in munitions and bombs used in the Middle East and Central Asia. It causes sicknesses ranging from cancer to genetic mutations and worse.

As noted over at Marc Parent's LiveJournal blog, using depleted uranium is a war crime and leads not just to genocide against defenseless human beings but "omnicide" in this article headlined "Doing the Wrong Thing in Afghanistan: Depleted Uranium, The Definitive Moral Paradox."

Writes contributer Michael Clark: "Tragically, every air strike uses bombs and missiles that are encased and ballasted with depleted uranium (DU) which aerosolizes upon impact, instantaneously being released into the atmosphere as insoluble ceramic uranium oxide nanoparticles.
Its gaseous characteristics allow DU to remain suspended in the air and be distributed around the earth as a radioactive component of atmospheric dust, contaminating the environment and indiscriminately killing, maiming and causing disease in all living things wherever rain, snow and moisture remove it from the atmosphere.Nuclear experts agree that DU is a weapon for killing lots of people that keeps on killing forever.
It meets the U.S. government’s own definitions of weapons of mass destruction. And there is no way to ever clean it up."

And yet very few people talk about this subject. I was only a baby during the Vietnam War, so I don't remember people talking about Agent Orange. This is our generation's Agent Orange, only it's on a global scale and far worse.

August 22nd

It's August 22nd. Another day in the empire, so to speak. And yet, all seems well, despite the fearmongering of the neocon nutcases.

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Venezuelan government captures four US spies

Is it just me, or does Hugo Chavez seem like a character straight out of Woody Allen's 1971 film "Bananas"? (one of my favorite Woody Allen films, by the way, next to "Stardust Memories").

Check out this paragraph and Chavez quote in a new AP article on the American spies captured in Venezuela: Speaking to a sea of supporters, Chavez read the name of the official named by (John) Negroponte to head the Cuba and Venezuela mission, 32-year intelligence veteran J. Patrick Maher, and laughed.
"They selected 'Jack the Ripper,"' Chavez said. "What a little problem this is

Chavez then went on to say: "These are signs that the empire doesn't rest," Chavez said, referring to the U.S. "The plan to try to destabilize us has already begun."

Friday, August 18, 2006

Fleeing into the wilderness

I've been suspicious of Mike Ruppert for several years now. Suspicious that he was a CIA operative and Peak (snake) Oil salesman. Well, I came across this curious From the Wilderness report from Ruppert saying that he has fled the United States to begin a new life in Venezuela.

I understand he's worried about his future, following some alarming attacks on his office in Oregon. Still, I would've expected him to stay in the U.S. until the bitter end. Will be interesting to read his Latin American dispatches from here on out.

Scum rises to the top

Jeff Wells over at the excellent Rigorous Intuition blog has an interesting analysis of the hoopla over this sick, creepy bastard John Karr, who is claiming to have murdered Jon Benet Ramsey.

When I first saw a picture of this guy I instinctively could tell that he was pedophile scum. Still, I have my doubts that he killed Jon Benet. I always leaned towards the theory that the older brother did it and the parents covered up for him.

Summer camp it ain't

Just a flashback to this Pacific News Service story from February where they discuss how Halliburton/Kellogg, Brown & Root are starting to build detention camps "for an emergency influx of immigrants. M'kay ...

Writes the PNS: It is clear that the Bush administration is thinking seriously about martial law.
Many critics have alleged that FEMA's spectacular failure to respond to Katrina followed from a deliberate White House policy: of paring back FEMA, and instead strengthening the military for responses to disasters. A multimillion program for detention facilities will greatly increase NORTHCOM's ability to respond to any domestic disorders.

People don't really realize that they are slaves. Cameras everywhere, high taxes, insanity reigning at your local airport ... and it ain't going to get better.

Strange beasts

I'm sure many of you have seen the photos and reports on the wolf-like "hybrid-mutant" found dead in Maine, a report that has received international attention. I'm sure folks in Latin America are amused by all this attention, considering how common chupacabra and alien sightings are in that part of the world. The best information came from Cryptomundo, a great site for those interested in cryptozoology.

And over at Cryptomundo, they continue to note the strange Bigfoot sightings reported on the isolated Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

It's very curious. The creature, whatever it is, is an enormous beast with unusual features on its head, at least according to this report from Pine Ridge police officer James Twiss: "the first two sightings was called in as a tall (10 to 15 feet tall) who appeared to be wearing a stovepipe hat and long coat. It was reported to be peeking into a apartment complex commons room where there was several witnesses."

Twiss notes in his report that a similar, stovepipe-hat-wearing creature with a long coat was reported in the same area 20 years earlier. Very "Mothman Prophecies"-esque. Eerie!

9/11 truth is getting increased exposure!

The 9/11 Truth movement continues to make headway in our fight against the belligerent neocons. The latest victory was Alex Jones getting WorldNetDaily to issue a retraction to a story - "9/11 Bush Bashers" - written by neocon tool Jonathon Moseley. This came after a contentious interview on "The Alex Jones Show" yesterday where Jones and 9/11 truther Prof. Jim Fetzer lay into Moseley and show him the error of his ways. It was beautiful!

Folks, we are making advances in getting the truth out there regarding what really happened on 9/11. It's obvious to me that the neocons are getting nervous and feeling cornered because the truth is being exposed to the light of day. When I saw that obnoxious editorial this past week in The Oklahoman, attacking the movement, sure, I was angry, but after I settled down I knew that this was very good because we truthseekers are in the majority! The cover-up artists at papers like The Oklahoman or the Sheboygan Press in Wisconsin ... they are getting hammered with emails and letters from people who are tired of the lies!

Just go to or www.whatreallyhappened or or any number of worthy truth sites and discover for yourself how your government has been lying to you since the day of the attacks.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Strange missile startles Hawaiians

The Drudge Report is noting a Honolulu Star-Bulletin story today which reports that a UFO flew over a Hilo, Hawaii airport.

"That witness saw a silver tube with no markings or fins, trailing "vapor" that quickly dispersed." The witness also noted that the missile-like object made a sound that was "super loud."

In light of the mock drill scheduled in Hawaii this week, you never know what they're up to.

Wisconsin professor infuriates neo-cons

Here's an interesting Christian Science Monitor piece titled "Teacher's radical 9/11 views raise red flags."

Writes Monitor reporter Amanda Paulson: According to Kevin Barrett, the US government planned and carried out the 9/11 attacks, the World Trade Center imploded due to explosives set up ahead of time in the buildings, Minnesota Sen. Paul Wellstone's plane crash was no accident, and Osama bin Laden has probably been dead since 2001.
Mr. Barrett is not a radical anarchist or a teenager peddling conspiracy theories; he's a lecturer at the University of Wisconsin, Madison - a fact that has outraged some state politicians.
The case has drawn national attention and provided grist for conservative talk-show hosts, while the university has been deluged with e-mails against Barrett. Yet it has stuck by the decision to have him teach a planned course on Islam this fall.


Alex Jones blasts nattering neo-con tool

This is great! Alex "The Bulldog" Jones lays into Jonathon Moseley on today's "The Alex Jones Show" (linked here through
Moseley is a neocon tool who attacks 9/11 truthers in a WorldNetDaily piece o' propaganda ludicrously titled "9/11 Bush Bashers."

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Justin and Dustin

The post below this notes how The Oklahoman is quick to sneer at "conspiracy theories." Well, what about Joel Henry Hinrichs III, the OU junior who blew himself up outside OU Memorial Stadium last October? Remember, he tried to buy some ammonium nitrate at a feed store in Norman prior to his "suicide bombing."

And now we have two young men, Justin O'Dell and Dustin Wedgeworth, in jail tonight, further down Interstate 35 in San Antonio, Texas. Why? Because these two lads tried stealing some ammonium nitrate and blasting caps, as reported by San Antonio station KSAT.

So, what were Justin and Dustin up to? Are they dupes like Headless Joe Hinrichs the OU suicide bomber? It's scary to think about. Just glad these two jerks got caught.

Oklahoman dismisses truth seekers (no surprise!)

The heads-in-the-sand editorial board of The Oklahoman continues to spread their neocon propaganda. It's just sad.

Conspiracy bombs keep dropping

Oklahoman Editorial
Posted: August 15, 2006

EVEN BEFORE the smoke cleared on the bombing of the Murrah Building, conspiracy theorists began speculating not only on who had done the deed but on how the explosives in a rental truck could not have done so much damage.
Given that the events of Sept. 11, 2001, were witnessed by so many, we didn’t think conspiracy theorists could find much fodder in the destruction of the World Trade Center. We were wrong. People with apparently nothing better to do are claiming the Twin Towers, subject of a Oliver Stone movie that premiered last week, were brought down by explosives rather than by the jumbo jets that were flown into them.
This sick and twisted theory joins a long list of 9/11-related garbage spewing mostly from people who dislike — to put it mildly — President Bush. Indeed, the key difference between the Murrah bombing conspiracy theorists and the 9/11 version is that the former are generally from the rabid right and the latter are definitely in the loony left.
Another difference: With the bombing, not much academic prowess was evident. With 9/11, leaders of the pack are university types. (Another argument against tenure?)
Politicians who attach themselves to these “causes” should proceed with caution. An Oklahoma legislator, Republican Charles Key, was a leading author of confusion regarding the bombing and lost his seat. Unfortunately he’s attempting a comeback.
U.S. Rep. Cynthia McKinney, the in-again, out-again Georgia congresswoman, will be out again come the new year. She disgraced herself after 9/11 by claiming Bush knew the attacks were coming but did nothing to stop them. She was trounced last week in a Democratic runoff.
Conspiracy theories surrounding national tragedies are nothing new. Folks still claim the “real killers” of President Lincoln weren’t brought to justice. Imagine how strange things would have been in 1865 had the Internet been available to spread ignorance and paranoia.

Monday, August 14, 2006

Uneasy feelings

Unlike The Eagles, I'm not having that "peaceful easy feeling" right now. I'm seeing signs all over the place where the neocon/globalists are conspiring to drag us into a full-blown World War III scenario. This week seems to be a critical time, considering the upcoming drill in Hawaii, military movements in the Heartland and the phony air scare in England.

People I've talked to seem to sense something is in the air. 9/11 truth is getting more exposure. Alex Jones, as I've noted, suspects something big will go down between now and mid-October. We have to be vigilant and aware of what these evil people are up to. Don't watch Fox News for your information, go to, or any number of sites linked here.

9/11 Wescam footage

From Total Information Analysis: 9/11 Wescam (aka WeScam) footage via Fox News Channel (which is a propaganda arm of the Defense Department and CIA). Check it out. I'm sure I have this on the videotape I popped into my VCR that morning and let tape all day until it ran out. I have not gone back to watch it. Maybe I should.

Sunday, August 13, 2006

Bohemian Grove logo sticker spotted in OKC's Bricktown

Recognize this wise old winged beasty? Sho'nuff, it's that creepy owl logo from Bohemian Grove in northern California. It was in the form of a sticker on a power box or somesuch on a wall along East Sheridan in the Bricktown district of Oklahoma City. It's either something a punk skater put there, like those Andre the Giant "OBEY" stickers or it's something far more sinister. Just minutes earlier I snapped a pic of another of these owl stickers stuck on an ATM a couple o' blocks over on Oklahoma Avenue. Are the Boho Grovers trying to tell us they are watching us? Of course real hard news is a rare commodity in OKC. Like what really went down on April 19, 1995?

BushCo minion wants more 'Big Brother' tyranny

Department of Fatherland Tyranny Michael "Skeletor" Chertoff is up to his old tricks again, this time telling the public that our freedom-loving government wants more centralized power following the phony baloney event in England last week.

Notes the AP: Chertoff made clear his belief that wider authority could thwart future attacks at a time when Congress is reviewing the proper scope of the Bush administration's executive powers for its warrantless eavesdropping program and military tribunals for detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
"What helped the British in this case is the ability to be nimble, to be fast, to be flexible, to operate based on fast-moving information," he said. "We have to make sure our legal system allows us to do that. It's not like the 20th century, where you had time to get warrants."

Raise your hand if you don't believe Skeletor and his villainous henchmen want to take more and more of our freedom away.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Aloha State Red Alert!

URGENT!!! Please read the latest post over at Total Information Analysis, that says a mock terror drill in Hawaii could go live. Of course TIA was the news blog (with a little support from lil' ol' Spelunking Through the Chaos) that last year warned online readers and folks in Charleston, South Carolina about a similar Sudden Response nuke drill. Please read it and note the contact information.

The Existentialist 'Cowboy'

Our phony cowboy president, who is afraid of horses, is noted today on the AP wire as spending part of his vacation at the Crawford dude ranch reading the existentialist French novel "The Stranger" by Albert Camus. Wow! I think this choice says a lot about Bush himself. Methinks our misanthropic president secretly identifies with the shallow, amoral Meursault - killing Arabs and all. Creepy!

Ironically, I just saw "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby," and in one racing scene, Ricky's nemesis, the loathesome Frenchman Jean Girard, is reading the French language version of "The Stranger." How odd!

(p.s. apologies to Len over at The Existentialist Cowboy blog)

Baby born at abortion mill killed

Yet another abortion mill horror story, this time out of Florida.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

'Saturday Night Live' actor aware of 9/11 truth

Saw this over at 9/11 Blogger today ... a man at Lollapalooza in Chicago ran into "Saturday Night Live" actor Horatio Sanz and offered him some truth DVDs.

Writes contributor Gary Franchi Jr.: “You look familiar what is your name?” I asked. “Horatio” he replied. “Would you like a free DVD about the truth of 9/11, the controlled demolition of the World Trade Center?” I questioned.“Oh, you mean Loose Change?’ he replied.“Yeah, that is on the disk too, along with Evidence to the Contrary and Painful Deceptions, it’s the last one.”
“Sure, I’ll take it.” He said, as I placed the DVD in his hand.“Horatio, could I get a picture?” I turned on the camera, stretched out my arm, and snapped a picture with the last of my battery. Then he thanked me, and walked away led by his staff.
I knew there was a reason why I always liked Horatio Sanz.

Martial law around the corner

This morning, when I heard about the thwarted "terror attacks" centered on airlines out of the UK, I shuddered because I had this weird vision yesterday of planes blowing up in mid-air. This wasn't a dream. It frightens me because someone close to me is leaving for England today. What's also weird is that I've had a very strong feeling that stocking up on food and water would be wise at this time.

And then there's this ...

Alex Jones just warned the audience that there is a 90 percent chance of World War III and martial law in the next two months. This following today's thwarted "terror attacks." Jones, who I've trusted for years and warned listeners that attacks were coming two months prior to 9/11.

Said Jones just now: "We are entering the darkest waters the Western world has ever seen."

He added that he predicts "bone-shattering" attacks just around the corner, in either the U.S., Canada or England.

This is looking grim, particularly in light of heightened tensions in the Middle East.

Please pray for our country.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

No surprise here: Neocons want expanded war

Check out this Christian Science Monitor piece that shows how bloodthirsty the neocons really are when it comes to an expanded Middle East war.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Mighty Joe dealt a blow

Awesome! I'm no Democrat but I'm glad to see Ned Lamont beat pro-war, self-righteous square Sen. Joe Lieberman in tonight's Connecticut primary. Now "Sore Loserman" (remember those spoof stickers to the Gore/Lieberman campaign?) is wanting to be an independent. Just accept defeat Joe, and go hang out at Mystic Pizza for crying out loud!

Abortion mill horror in Wichita

This was the top story over at WorldNetDaily this morning. More examples that echo that billboard in southern Oklahoma which reads: "Wichita - Abortion Capital of the World."

Monday, August 07, 2006

'Coke' is it!

Check out Daniel Hopsicker's latest piece on that mystery plane discovered in Mexico. Here's the latest MadCowMorningNews article ...

Notes Hopsicker: 'A DC9 registered to a company which once used as its address the hanger of Huffman Aviation, the flight school at the Venice, Florida airport which trained both terrorist pilots who crashed planes into the World Trade Center, was caught in Campeche by the Mexican military April 10th carrying 5.5 tons of cocaine destined for the U.S.
Beyond a few half-hearted stabs at pinning blame for the crime on ‘scapegoats du jour’ like the FARC in Colombia or Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, authorities in Mexico and the U.S. have had virtually nothing to say about the case.
In the more than three months since, the massive seizure has slipped into a black hole

Like shades of 1986 all over again, eh? And Ollie North is still around.