News Bits

New Rainy Day prices, effective October 1st are coming.  Rainy Day has also said that they expect another price increase before the end of the year.

Julian Assange has been declared “an enemy of the State“, on par with the Taliban, or the fake al-Qaeda (CIA) network.

That’s too bad. Opposing the illegal crimes of the U.S Government publicly can now get you on the kill list.  See The NDAA and Obama’s secret ‘Kill List’—are you on it? for more on this.

Assange’s claim that the U.S Government has targeted him for assassination is now proven to be true.  It remains to be seen whether he will die from “accident” or a snipers bullets, most likely they’d rendition him and torture him until they squeeze every drop of Wikileaks “secrets” and the names of the participants from him.  Or not.  Making him a martyr would backfire very, very badly for the U.S., but then again, we’ve all been witness to some really stupid moves by this government.

The TSA is now ordering passengers to “freeze in place” in the “secure area” upon command, a bizarre procedure that does nothing by help reinforce the sheeple programming going on in America:

The American police state continues to escalate its ridiculous demands upon the people — who remain docile, compliant and complicit like the good sheep that they are.

I’ve been saying that the “war with Iran” will not happen — but that depends on who is (s)Elected in this next (s)Election.  If Romney gets in, then it’s more likely to happen then not.  If Obama stays, then it’s less likely.

If it does happen — it will be a HUGE mistake, forever driving an irreconcilable wedge against the Western “powers” (include Israel).

This topic is receiving a lot of unnecessary attention imo, but I’m not concentrating on it at all, as I don’t think it’s going to happen.

 

 

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  • September 28, 2012 at 5:15 am
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    Plastic debris reaches Southern Ocean, previously thought to be pristine – Researchers on 70,000-mile voyage to investigate climate change say effect of humans is now ‘truly planetary’

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/sep/27/plastic-debris-southern-ocean-pristine

    I try, I really do try to keep some faith that the majority of humans will come to their senses and stop the insanity, but that faith is rapidly fading as each day goes by.

    • September 28, 2012 at 8:00 am
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      I wish you were right. I have zero optimism that humans will stop practicing stupidity. Thousands of years of human insanity is the “evidence” I reference. I see little to none improvement that modern man has learned anything other then being very efficient at killing, destroying and raping the planet.

      Even in the face of total ecological collapse at our very door, we deny, refute, disbelieve and go right on doing what we’re doing.

      We’ve got a death wish — or an “extinction gene” that switches on once we get too populated or have seen too many episodes of Desperate Housewives.

    • October 1, 2012 at 6:04 pm
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      Yep. We’re doomed. Even if we could delete everyone off the earth, I’m afraid it would be very difficult to adapt to the coming change already queued up. What bothers me is all the species we are extinguishing with us. My faith is that some kinds of higher order of life will survive and the planet doesn’t go all Venus.

  • September 30, 2012 at 2:48 pm
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    Government lies? What’s a government? The implications of this single sentence from a CBS news story on texting are beyond imagining, in the event of a widespread EMP or other disruption of cellphone service:

    Researcher Sergey Golitsynskiy and his colleagues asked students around the world to go without their cell phones for 24 hours. “It ended up being the most horrible experience many of them had ever in their life, according to what they self-reported to us. The psychological impact was significant.”

    (Seventy percent of them quit the experiment, saying they simply couldn’t do it.)

    (On average, 18- to 24-year-olds send and receive a whopping 3,200 text messages a month.)

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-3445_162-57523072/texting-can-we-pull-the-plug-on-our-obsession/

  • October 4, 2012 at 5:44 pm
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    You seriously have to read this article from Canada.

    “A proposal to treat millions of litres of fracking water and then pour it into the sewer system in Debert, N.S., is garnering controversy in Colchester County.

    The water is from drilling operations several years ago near Kennetcook in East Hants County.

    The disposal company, Atlantic Industrial Services, said it would first lower the amount of radioactivity in the water and remove chemicals added in the fracking operations.”

    “Don Wilson, a member of an anti-fracking group, said he’s worried about how much of the chemical will actually be removed.

    “The industry has up to 933 different chemicals that they add depending on the locale and the company and many other factors that we’re not fully aware of. Some of which are quite lethal and that’s what we’re concerned about. They’re lethal to humans, animals, birds, fish anything that has a heartbeat in this world,” Wilson said.”

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/story/2012/09/24/ns-fracking-debert-sewer.html

    So the question is – how much is this going on here in the states and we don’t hear about it?

  • October 15, 2012 at 12:45 pm
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    Just saw this today – “In what is being called the “world’s biggest geoengineering experiment,” an American businessman dumped around 100 tons of iron sulfate into the Pacific Ocean off the Canada coast in July. ” –

    http://www.outsideonline.com/news-from-the-field/US-Businessman-Dumps-100-Tons-of-Iron-Sulfate-Into-Pacific.html

    Not sure if they just found out about this or if they knew he did it back in July, either way just another example of humans gone nuts!

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