Saturday, 27 November 2010

The invisible noose

A subject that concerns me deeply is the one of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) or Genetically Engineering (GE). The negative consequences of this technology are as deep and as vast as they are misunderstood or unknown to the majority of its consumers.

Aside from the many misconceptions and straight out lies created by the industry, regarding the safety and even the necessity of GMOs, there is an ever growing number of studies warning of its dangers not only for human health but the environment as a whole.

And if these aren't enough, the documentaries The Future of Food and The World According to Monsanto will give you a scoop into the technology, the industry and the people behind GMOs. Once you learn about it, you'll never look at your plate the same way and, hopefully, it'll become obvious what is driving the Organic movement and why it's so vital.

The Future of Food documentary film

Friday, 26 November 2010

The 9/11 scepticism pickaxe

The Twin Towers' destruction on 9/11
After nine years of the dramatic and drastic events of September 11th 2001, despite the ever growing number of Architechts & Engineers, Schoolars, Pilots, Firefighters, Political Leaders, Veterans, Military Officers, Scientists and many many more groups of people questioning the 9/11 events, some people still find it easier to go with the official story of what happened. Not surprisingly as the implications of some inner involvement in the killing of 3000 people are obvious and far reaching indeed. But we'll talk about those another time.

The purpose of this post is to break through the shell of the hardest sceptic. The inconsistencies of the official story are endless but, for now, we'll focus on 10 facts regarding the bizarre collapse of the twin towers, that contradict the official explanation that gravity alone brought down the twin towers and building 7, which most people never heard about.
  1. Destruction proceeds through the path of greatest resistance at nearly free-fall acceleration
  2. Improbable symmetry of debris distribution
  3. Extremely rapid onset of destruction
  4. Over 100 first responders reported explosions and flashes
  5. Multi-ton steel sections ejected laterally
  6. Mid-air pulverization of 90,000 tons of concrete & metal decking
  7. Massive volume of expanding pyroclastic-like clouds
  8. 1200-foot-dia. debris field: no "pancaked" floors found
  9. Isolated explosive ejections 20 – 40 stories below demolition front
  10. Total building destruction: dismemberment of steel frame
These can be found on the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth website along with tons more of explosive evidence. At the time of this post, there are 1373 Architects and Engineers that support this evidence and question the official one. Do you?

    The cosmic sense of humour

    Life's a funny thing. You're born, you meet a bunch of people while stuff happens and then you die. And of the people you meet, they either grow up with you or they help you grow, some both. Whether we're aware of it or not, grateful or otherwise. Most pass by like a breeze but few leave a footprint the size of a galaxy. And when they do you better be fucking ready or you'll be cursing the day you were born until the day you die.

    Thursday, 25 November 2010

    Only the strongest guts will survive

    Last night a dear friend told me she had watched a documentary, which really shocked her. "Oh my God, I had no idea! It's like a horror movie, except real! I have to share this with everyone." ­– she said.

    This is not a uncommon reaction for people who manage to win the challenge of watching the Earthlings documentary to the end. Even the most courageous find it difficult to sit through the most extreme raw footage of the mistreatment (that's an understatement) of animals. But I don't think this is what shakes them the most.

    What shakes the viewer of Earthlings to the core is the questioning of what we take as "normal", species discrimination or specie-ism. It's the undeniable proof of the madness of the human relationship with the rest of the animal kingdom. It is the revelation of the selfish savage exploitation of sentient beings by us, the self-aware animals, all intelligent, self proclaimed pinnacle of evolution on Earth.

    And that's not all, at the end, the moral weight that rests on the viewer's shoulders cannot be ignored. Something must be done. And this is why this documentary is so powerful. It breaks through apathy. It opens the hearth to the responsibility of compassion by exposing the true impact of our actions... or inaction, after you watch this. Do you have the guts? Here's the taster.

    Make the Connection.

    Chuck Lorre's spiritual insight

    The Big Bang Theory - Easter egg S01E15

    Wednesday, 24 November 2010

    Wikileaks prepares to redefine history

    Launched in 2007, WikiLeaks receives confidential material that governments, intelligence agencies and businesses want to keep secret and posts it on the Internet.

    Amongst the organisation's biggest releases are a video filmed by a US Apache helicopter killing civilians indiscriminately, called "Collateral Murder". And 391,832 reports, "The Iraq War Logs", documenting the war and occupation of Iraq, in what is so far the largest classified military leak in history.

    However, on 22nd of November 2010, Wikileaks posted an intriguing tweet (below) promising that they're just warming up and that the pillars of global secrecy and deception are yet again about to be shaken harder than ever.
    The coming months will see a new world, where global history is redefined. Keep us strong:
    Boy, I can hardly wait to get the popcorn out. Said that, at the time of this post is down... damn you Pentagon!

    Tuesday, 23 November 2010

    Why being socially accepted might kill

    Because information is power and what you don't know may kill you, today I decided to call atention to a crucial piece of health information that is still not as widespread as it should be. Since the natural human smell (i.e. stinking like a pig... actually pigs don't smell that bad!) is not socially acceptable, we all take measures in personal hygiene to ensure we don't repel other human beings. But have we ever questioned at what cost?

    Some of those measures may be in the form of antiperspirant deodorants and the deadly aluminium in them. The following article Antiperspirants – Aluminum & Alzheimer’s Disease contains a thorough explanation of this dangerous metal and its effects on the human body when absorbed through the skin. If you're minimally concerned with your health, and aren't yet aware of this, you'll want to read it.

    Monday, 22 November 2010

    10 things you can do to save the Earth by John Perkins

    Today I added John Perkins to the Teachers list on the right hand side. John worked for many years around the world as, what he calls, an "Economic Hit Man" and has written several books documenting his experiences. His contribution has been invaluable in bringing to light the deception and real intentions of the IMF (International Monetary Fund), World Bank and respective globalists. Not to mention the set up of the current economic system.

    On his website, there's a list of "10 thing you can do to save the Earth" (or rather humanity as the planet will be fine, whether we make it or not), which I replicated below — not a bad starting guide.

    1. Demand a world where the models for our children are the founders and managers of institutions that restore rain forests and polluted lakes, promote sustainability, and help starving people feed themselves — not the CEO‘s of irresponsible corporations, overpaid athletes and celebrities.

    2. Break the pattern and rid our world of the viral form of predatory capitalism that has a stated goal of maximizing profits regardless of the social and environmental costs.

    3. Bequeath a world to future generations that is headed toward sustainable, just and peaceful societies for all of us.

    4. Join organizations that represent your passions, support them with your energy and/or money.

    5. Use materials that are environmentally and socially responsible.

    6. Support politicians who are in favor of the environment and will enact changes to protect it for future generations.

    7. Vote in the marketplace for companies committed to doing the right thing environmentally and socially.

    8. Let leaders know you want wholesome food, clean water and air; send emails — they do count, big-time.

    9. Demand that every person on our planet has access to clean air and water, sufficient food, clothing and shelter, health care and a decent retirement.

    10. Support companies that sell organic and local foods and operate on the basis of making profits but only while creating a sustainable, just, and peaceful world.

    The Big Bang Theory and Easter Eggs

    The Big Bang Theory sitcom is my latest obsession. I know, I'm 3 years late and I have no excuse!

    But, it's refreshing to find a comedy series where geekiness, nerdiness and intelligence is no longer ridiculed or feared. Ok, maybe it is ridiculed a little but in an endearing sort of way. Perhaps this is it, a symptom of the evolution of human consciousness reaching a point where the strange and odd is not only embraced but actually explored with curiosity and celebrated. Or maybe Hollywood just ran out of Joey jokes.

    Either way, one of the oddities of the series is that each episode has an "Easter egg" (Google Easter Egg if clueless). This flashes for a second before the end credits, in the form of text written by the show's creator, Chuck Lorre. Below is the screenshot of the text in episode 9 of the first series, which I found rather hmm... wholesome.

    The Big Bang Theory S01E09 Easter Egg

    Saturday, 20 November 2010


    Maybe instead of forgetting it's easier to... oh, look a bird!

    Tuesday, 16 November 2010

    We'll cast some light and you'll be alright

    Music: Jose Gonzalez - Crosses | Video: AL
    Don't you know that I'll be around to guide you
    Through your weakest moments to leave them behind you
    Returning nightmares only shadows
    We'll cast some light and you'll be alright
    We'll cast some light and you'll be alright for now

    Crosses all over, heavy on your shoulders
    The sirens inside you waiting to step forward
    Disturbing silence darkens your sight
    We'll cast some light and you'll be alright
    We'll cast some light and you'll be alright for now

    Crosses all over the boulevard
    Crosses all over the boulevard
    Crosses all over the boulevard
    Crosses all over the boulevard

    The streets outside your window overflooded
    People staring, they know you've been broken
    Repeatedly reminded by the looks on their faces
    Ignore them tonight and you'll be alright
    We'll cast some light and you'll be alright