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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 10:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some good points: Help people directly.. however don't help the pan handlers and people holding signs like "will work for food". I've seen people digging through trash for bottles and cans.

Regarding conflict diamonds: it's important not to buy into this materialistic crap. People who wear these should be made to feel ashamed. Even the fake diamonds still promote the problem of materialism.

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 11:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dhs/html/press/pr013006.shtml
http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/downloads/pdf/epi/epi-homeless-200512.pdf


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One Eye Open: A Blinkered Glimpse of Somalia's Terror War Suffering
Written by Chris Floyd
Thursday, 31 May 2007
Now that it's over, now that it can be portrayed as another "refugee crisis" to tug at the heartstrings, the American corporate media have deigned to notice the suffering of Somalia, the latest target of a military "regime change" operation in Bush's Terror War.

Hundreds of innocent people were killed and hundreds of thousands were driven from their homes as the American-trained, American-funded troops of Ethiopia's brutal dictatorship swept into Somalia late last year and, with the aid of local warlords in the pay of the CIA, overthrew the only stable government the nation had known in the last 15 years of violent anarchy. American bombers attacked fleeing refugees, killing dozens in an ostensible attempt to kill a handful of alleged al Qaeda operatives -- none of whom were killed by the airstrikes or captured by the Special Forces troops that Bush also dispatched as part of the invasion. American security apparatchiks captured and questioned Somali refugees who made it over the border to Kenya -- and "renditioned" many of them to Ethiopia's infamous torture chambers, including an American citizen who was held in the dungeons of Bush's ally for months, although the FBI itself had declared that he was innocent. (He was only released last week.)

(For extensive background on the Bush-backed slaughter in Somalia, see the compendium of our previous posts -- with copious links to sources -- after the jump.)

Very little of this was even mentioned in the American media -- and when it was, it was almost always filtered through the Bush Administration's propaganda lens, which painted the rape and sacking of Somalia as a noble crusade against "al Qaeda-connected terrorists." This was not remotely true, but of course, that didn't matter; evoking the name of "al Qaeda," however speciously, is enough to justify any slaughter of civilians, any crime, any abuse of human rights these days.

And so Somalia was conquered. The CIA's warlords have been installed in power. The most hardcore elements of the former broad-based Islamic government have turned to "asymmetrical warfare" against the foreign-implanted regime, joined in the insurgency by others radicalized by suffering and seeking revenge, leaving the majority of Somalis caught in the crossfire, their lives blighted by terrorist attacks and savage "counterinsurgency" actions by the occupying power -- the entirely predictable result of iron-fisted "regime change."

Now we are left with the endless backwash of geopolitical power games: the refugees, trying to carve out some kind of ordinary, decent life from the bloodsoaked filth that's been heaped upon them. Since the Bush-backed invasion, thousands of Somalis have made the harrowing sea passage to Yemen, long a traditional refuge for Somalis fleeing the anarchy. This has exacerbated the always bleak conditions for the refugees in Yemen, while giving even greater power and profit to the vicious smugglers who traffic in human misery. (In precisely the same way as Bush and his war profiteering cronies do -- only without the thousand-dollar suits.)

And while the national media were happy to let the Bush-backed invasion unfold with very little comment (and in the case of the New York Times, some very vigorous cheerleading), the plight of its victims is now being taken up -- in suitably depoliticized form, of course. The Washington Post has just published a very extensive front-page story, by the fine reporter Anthony Shadid, on the Somali refugees in Yemen. And while Shadid rightly encompasses the broader story of the years-long Somali exodus, he -- or his editor -- make not a single mention of the American role in creating the new wave of exiles that prompted the story in the first place. Indeed, the war itself is noted in only one brief passage, part of the back story of one young Somali woman who came to Yemen "after Ethiopian troops backing Somalia's transitional government seized the notoriously lawless capital from an Islamic group that had taken control six months earlier."

That's it. That's the entire political context permitted into the story. And as you can see, it too follows the Bush party line: Ethiopian troops were merely assisting the transitional government (of CIA-backed warlords) who seized (with brutal force, including the relentless shelling of civilian areas) the "lawless capital" (which was enjoying its first rule of law in 15 years) from an "Islamic group" (that was actually a broad coalition of grass-roots Islamic councils).

Again, the main purpose of the Post story is to highlight the horrendous difficulties facing Somali refugees in Ethiopia -- and it does an excellent, admirable job of this. But as so often happens in American journalism, the total lack of any context (beyond a quick sketch of officially-approved conventional wisdom) means that the suffering thus described simply floats in a void for the reader. It emerges for a moment out of the great fog that envelops the rest of the world for most Americans, and stands there as yet another example of the apparently unfathomable horrors that have no explanation, no causes -- except of course for the existence of some kind of metaphysical "evil" that infects other people but never, ever has anything whatsoever to do with us.

Of course, there is evil in the world, a surfeit of it; but it's not metaphysical. It's personal, it's intimate, it is what we human beings do to one another, the damage we inflict on individual bodies, individual lives. The Bush Administration is by no means the sole source of evil in the world, or even for the Somali refugees, as the excerpts below from the Post story make clear. But the intimate damage inflicted on the bodies and lives of millions of innocent people by the policies of the Bush Administration does constitute a great and abiding evil; and to fail to acknowledge that, to recognize that it is being done in our name, is to become complicit with it.


Excerpts from A Desperate Voyage of Hope and Peril (Washington Post):
Along the Yemeni coast near this ramshackle fishing village [Bir Ali], where white sandy beaches wash over a stark volcanic plateau, as many as 100 people a day are arriving across the Gulf of Aden in a sprawling and largely unnoticed exodus from Africa to the Middle East. Tens of thousands have made the trek, forced by war and misery from a failed state to a failing one. Since last year, more than 1,000 of them have died, their decaying corpses often washing ashore and buried in unmarked mass graves near Bir Ali....

By virtue of geography and a relatively lenient government, Yemen has emerged as the way station from East Africa to Saudi Arabia, other wealthy Persian Gulf states and occasionally Europe. Passage on rickety fishing boats costs $50 to $120 for a 180-mile trip that lasts two, three or sometimes four days.

By virtually every account, the smugglers are brutal: Unruly refugees are thrown overboard into shark-infested waters; others are shot, sometimes to teach the rest of the passengers a lesson. Some refugees are shoved into the sea a half-mile or more from shore so the boats can make a quick getaway, and residents have seen corpses wash up with their hands and legs bound. U.N. officials cite a variety of ordeals on board, including rape, stabbings and dehydration.

Once here, the survivors -- at least 8,000 already this year arriving aboard more than 70 boats, by the U.N. count -- are left to navigate the fringes of a country mired in its own poverty and unrest, in a passage of desperation and determination...

"The smugglers told us not to move. If you tried to move one inch either side, just to stretch, they beat you," she said. Her face was framed in a black veil that fell across her brown skirt. "It's their nature. They beat everybody -- men, women and children."

Last October, smugglers beat five Ethiopians, then threw them overboard, U.N. officials said. Passengers watched as sharks in the warm water attacked them. In February, smugglers forced 137 passengers into deep water off Yemen's coast. More than 50 drowned, many unable to swim.
Many of the journeys take two days, but some have been far longer.

In one of the worst episodes last year, a boat drifted in the Gulf of Aden for six days after its engine failed. Smugglers allow passengers to take little or nothing with them, and refugees soon became dehydrated. Passengers said six threw themselves into the sea, delirious from thirst. Eight others died of dehydration, and their bodies were thrown overboard, U.N. officials said. When the boat reached shore, six more were dead. Some survivors had bite marks from fellow passengers crazed with hunger, the officials said.

***

Background to the war in Somalia:

US Attacks Somalia, Taking Sides With Former Enemy Warlords

Air America: Civilian Death Toll Grows in Somalia

Bush-Backed Liberation of Somalia: "Most of the dead are poor people"

See No Evil: Somalia Sinks Into the Pit as the World Looks Away

Where the Dead Rot in the Streets: Bush's Terror War in Somalia Rages On

The Lies of the Times: NYT Pushes Bush Line on Somalia

Blues for Allah: More Blood in the Wake of the "War on Terror"

Getting Away With It: Rendition and Regime Change in Somalia

Fear Factor: Press Plays 9/11 Card to Justify Somalia Slaughter

War on Terror Spawns War Crimes Charges in Somalia

Terror War III: U.S. Forces Capture, Render Refugees From Somali "Regime Change"

Live Burlesque on Antiwar Radio: Interview About Somalia

Violence and Violation: An Update on Terror War III

Black Hawk Rising: CIA Warlords Take Control in Mogadishu


http://www.chris-floyd.com/index2.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1166&pop=1&page=0&Itemid=135

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brilliant discussion,

Keith had some excellent points there, especially when he talked about what some of
the so called 'consciousness movements' do. When you see the apathy, the desception
and the outright failure to comfront what is absolute evil, you have to ask yourself
who's benifiting from promoting such idealogies?. Behind the flowery language are some
pretty nasty motivations. They can act as 'comfort zones' for people too, blinding them
from the harsh reality that there is such an evil in the world.

I hear so much promoting of ideas like 'creating your own reality' and 'manifesting'
suffering out of your life that it's chilling to think about what's actually behind
promoting such ideas.

Kieth made a great point, breaking thier legs and pointing a camera at them, 'look they
can't help themselves'. It's similar to how these cold hearted consciousness groups work.

Blame the people who are suffering...

Saying that people deserve what they 'manifest' in their lives is not consciousness,
it's the fluffy way out and it's this culture's new fashionable way to sweep under
the carpet the real causes of suffereing. Most of what i see in the consciousness
movement sounds good, looks good, but on close inspection it's a devious cop-out,
The worst thing is, it's a snare for good hearted individuals who want to affect change.

It put's them on ice.

As Fintan pointed out, it's a 'wall of propoganda' and it's very slick, it comes in
many different flavours too.

Evil exists and it is not enough to just douche it all away with flowery concepts of
'enlightenment'.

The consciousness movement needs to wake up and smell the FUCKING EVIL.

....

Like with so much that goes on, people are made to feel guilty and that they have
somehow 'sinned'... we are born sinners who must repent. lmao

Then you go to your priest (pick an authority) and absolve all responsibilty to them.
This same dynamic is all over our culture.

Anyway, this audio is worth a few listens, packed full of passion and truth.

And the use of the 'F' word was the most justified i've ever heard. Wink

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 2:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can’t believe I didn’t hear of this guy Harmon. But this is the stuff that makes BFN worth it.

What he says is true about Africa. Even the most “peaceful” countries in Africa, those without strife like Sudan and Congo are still in bad shape. Take Senegal, a French colony.

A friend of mine married a woman from Senegal, and he says the poverty there is indescribable. The kids are sex toys of the French, and other foreigners, because they are so poor they sell themselves to the highest bidder.


Another thing it seems that the countries in Africa with the most natural resources are the ones with trouble, brewed up by the west of course to destabilize the countries.
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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 3:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent program, Fintan. What a clusterfuck.
I can pretty much rule out that our leaders are stupid and have made "mistakes."
Oh, they did catch a big-fish spammer today... oh boy!! What did he not do to deserve that?
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18955115/wid/11915829?GT1=9951



To me, anyway, the Pioneer Plaque explains it all.

1. The planet Earth is represented and dominated by the white race, and we're not even going to show other races in this diagram. At this point, an alien wouldn't know anyway.

2. Moreover, the government that put this into Outer Space seems to have an ongoing issue with division of Church and State, Creationism, Intelligent Design, and Evolution.

WTF, right?

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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 5:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow, that was a great audio. Thanks Keith and Fintan! A lot of valuable info packed into that hour. Naming names and not pulling any punches. Clusterfuck indeed. I'll definitely have to listen through it again and will be passing this audio along to others. I always appreciate being turned on to another real journalist.



just0 wrote
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I hear so much promoting of ideas like 'creating your own reality' and 'manifesting'
suffering out of your life that it's chilling to think about what's actually behind
promoting such ideas.

Kieth made a great point, breaking thier legs and pointing a camera at them, 'look they
can't help themselves'. It's similar to how these cold hearted consciousness groups work.

Blame the people who are suffering...

Saying that people deserve what they 'manifest' in their lives is not consciousness,
it's the fluffy way out and it's this culture's new fashionable way to sweep under
the carpet the real causes of suffereing. Most of what i see in the consciousness
movement sounds good, looks good, but on close inspection it's a devious cop-out,
The worst thing is, it's a snare for good hearted individuals who want to affect change.

It put's them on ice.

Blame the people who are suffering. Exactly right. That is sinister.

I think we do create our own reality to an extent, but the problem with a lot (most?) of these consciousness/new age movements is that they either make evil a vague abstraction or just ignore it altogether. It's another trap. Fuck the gurus!

This is in-your-face fucking evil going on in Africa and these ratfuckers who are responsible have names and addresses and they're also working on creating their own reality.

Like Keith says (I'm paraphrasing here), you don't have to go to a cave and meditate on it, what does your heart tell you? (If you still have one, it'll let you know real fast Wink )
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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 6:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With friends like these...

Quote:

Mandela salutes Blair as Africa's 'very good friend'
Outgoing British PM visits South Africa during African farewell tour
Last Updated: Thursday, May 31, 2007 | 3:58 PM ET
CBC News


Nelson Mandela welcomed Tony Blair to South Africa Thursday, hailing the outgoing British prime minister as a friend to Africa.

http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2007/05/31/blair-africa.html?ref=rss
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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 8:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Damian Flynn wrote:
Zak257
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You mean Angelina Jolie, Mia Farrow, Bono, Geldoff, George Clooney aren’t good guys?


I liken these people to the new missionaries.

In the 15, 16, 17th century they sent in Christian Missionaries in African countries they were planning to conquer.

Now they send in Bono, Jolie, Mia Farrow, and Clooney The new missionaries


The modern day missionaries are World Vision, Oxfam, Save The Children, Care, MSF, Amnesty International, etc. They call themselves NGOs. These worshipped celebrities are their gurus. People like Noam Chomsky, the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Al Gore, Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, and Stephen Lewis are also good examples of cult gurus for so called NGOs.

On the topic of spiritualism in Africa, I recently found this interesting article on Bob Marley. The lyrics used in Bob Marley's songs really makes sense in light of this.


Well then again, spiritualism has to be conquered by any true Empire. Doesn't it? Wink

So who created a religion after the Roman Empire died( Wink )?
ROME is the answer my friends. Shocked
Roman Catholicism has created the events we read in history books today(Of course some facts excluded) and continues to hold much power through the Ecumenical movement. This movement is developing into a consolidation of religious beliefs.
One good way for an Empire to proceed is through the control of (fanatical) religion.
Hence;
ROME and it's consistant power over the worlds political spectrum is created through the same corporate interests that have a clue of your particular denominations.
Yes, Judaism plays a part in the same way Luciferianism plays a part in Paganism. In context meaning, Judaism in respect to it's ultimate creation of Christianity.
Everything obviously works on a system of a Darwanistic ideal/Cartesian views. We are no longer only dealing in spiritualism but it's combined focus with materialism and created realism.
The most prominant movement is that people must completely dominate (even if meant to be detrimental to other souls around you) when they reach a peak of success. Shouldn't this be that we teach us below how to achieve the objective? The element of attack is greatly appreciated in our society. The idea of pontificating about how successful you are by how much you own (or think you own)is a cunning grift. This gives a great view of this paradigm.

I have always said that it will take someones XBOX to be taken away or AMERICAN IDOL to be cancelled for anyone to investigate their complicity. This is unfortunate but I believe changing.

Cheers on the great report Fintan and Keith Exclamation
I sent it out to many friends.
We must understand that the oneness they speak of is not the oneness we speak Exclamation
I wouldn't want to be in a prison encampment with all of you made to create this New World Domination; or are we already?
Another event in history which is giving us challenges is that we must bandage the wounds until next time.
Repetes in repitition
Let's hope we get it right this time Wink


on a positive note....
It's Left up to us!!
Shocked

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 1:09 am    Post subject: Mandela drugged ? Reply with quote

Mandela (and other dissidents) possibly drugged & poisoned while in prison? ...BRAIN DAMAGED AND THEN RELEASED...that sounds about right.

In 2003 I talked to a South African, asking him why South Africa did not default on their international debt when Mandela came in. He said while young or before prison, "Mandela was full of hate," but prison and time had mellowed him. When appartheid ended, Mandela told everyone that everyone would have jobs. South Africans waited. The corporations & debt stayed. The jobs never came.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 9:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Greetings Just0,

You are assuming that the world one finds around one is not of one’s making.

You see this is part of the difficulty I have with some of the line of thinking here.

On the one hand it is proposed that our reality is created by our thoughts and beliefs, both individually and collectively. Then on the hand when the reality one finds oneself in, is not of one’s liking, it is shunned and claimed not to be of one’s creation.

Which is it to be?

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 12:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's
some great commentary by Charles Geshekter
on the bizarre sexual practices of Africans, which are promoted by these purely evil and genocidal NGOs.

BTW, I'm tempted to add Gary Null to the list of CIA sponsored gurus. He's like a Noam Chomsky wannabe of the gay community. He constantly rambles on with psycho babble blaming the evil corporations for the AIDS psyop.
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