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Posts relating to various things I’m thinking about.

A War Against the West – published on 9-11-2001 by Israeli Institute IASPS

A War Against the West – published on 9-11-2001 by Israeli Institute IASPS article from The Vatic Project Blogspot.

Vatic Note: Its amazing how fast the head of IASPS (The Israeli Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies) got this out on the day of the attack on 9-11. We did not even know at this point who had done the attack. So how did they know? Remember, Israeli’s inside the twin towers were warned to leave. So, this added to those other facts, shows they not only knew but were intimately involved in the full scope of the treasonous murder of American civilians. Hmmmm, and now with all the evidence that Mossad was in part a player in the 9-11 false flag along with our treasonous insiders, this document truly highlights the intent of that event and what they expected to gain from it. No wonder those mossad agents were celebrating on top of that van as they filmed the entire event. Look at how IASPS interpreted what they had done and blamed on the muslims. Is it clever? yes, but arrogance carries its own price. Its obvious this was all prepared before anyone ever knew who had done 9-11 until that evening and not before.

This pitting of one religion against another is clearly in the protocols and division and hate and fear being used to create their perfect storm for the new WW III in which the bankers own most of the military industrial complex companies that will profit from it and increase their access to ownership of oil fields at the same time. Sometimes its good to look back and see what we didn’t see that day and this is one of them. It simply puts the icing on the cake as to who were the major players in this deadly game for 3,000 of our unarmed civilians who had to choose horrible deaths, either fire or jumping. I never forgot watching that live and the horror those people had to go through to “choose” how to die, not whether they would die, but how. I won’t ever forgive israel for doing that to our people.

War Against the West
http://www.iasps.org/opeds/oped39.htm
by Robert J. Loewenberg, President, IASPS
September 11, 2001

Today’s sensational attacks on the U. S., certainly by Muslims who were likely Arabs, are being described as “terrorist” acts by “madmen” for example by Chris Patton, EU. Others seeking an academic perspective along the lines of Sam Huntington, see the attacks as a new bi-polar division between Muslims and Western states and culture.

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We Can Handle the Truth – Stop Trying to Hide the Truth from Us

We Can Handle the Truth – Stop Trying to Hide the Truth from Us from Information Clearing House:

The Peace Movement Should Stand With Military Whistleblower Bradley Manning

By Kevin Zeese

July 22, 2010 “Information Clearing House” — The peace movement needs to stand with Bradley Manning and Wikileaks in their efforts to let Americans see the truth about what the military is doing in our name. We can handle the truth! Indeed, we need to hear the truth, not propaganda about how great the U.S. military is performing, in order to be responsible citizens.

The news from Afghanistan and Iraq is not good, but Americans are not even told all the news – especially when it includes abuses, even war crimes, committed by the U.S. military. The U.S. is supposed to have civilian control of the military, as President Obama recently demonstrated when he fired General McChrystal, but the people are supposed to be ultimately in charge in a representative democracy. We need to know the truth in order to do our job as citizens and hold elected officials responsible.

Those who oppose war and militarism need to stand with Bradley Manning, the 22-year old Army private, who believed he saw war crimes being committed by the U.S. military and shared the information so the American public could know what the armed forces were doing. The most famous leak from Manning was the “Collateral Murder” video shared on the Wikileaks.org website. The video he reportedly leaked showed an Apache Helicopter attack by the U.S. military killing a dozen civilians and wounding two children.

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Dying 5-Year-Old Boy Wants Christmas Cards

Noah Biorkman is a 5-year-old boy who is losing his 2 1/2 year battle with Neuroblastoma Cancer. Noah loves Christmas cards but he won’t live to see Christmas this year.

In February 2007 Noah was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma Cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, Neuroblatoma Cancer is a form of cancer that starts in certain types of very primitive developing nerve cells found in an embryo or fetus. This type of cancer occurs in infants and young children and is rarely found in children that are older than 10 years.

Noah went into remission in August 2007 but relapsed in September 2008. Despite going through six different trials, the cancer has continued to spread.

The Biorkman family is celebrating Christmas this weekend. Diana Harrison Biorkman, Noah’s mother, has appealed for Christmas cards for her son. There are two addresses you can send them to.

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Why we Need to Know the Truth About 9/11

Eight years after the attacks of 9/11, the ongoing Governmental secrecy surrounding the events of that fateful day is becoming impossible to maintain — the official 9/11 fairy tale has continuously unraveled — and the more the truth is revealed, the more it becomes evident that we need an honest investigation into the events of that day to reveal the truth of what happened and who was actually responsible for it.

As the truth has unraveled, once reputable entities have ignorantly tried to disguise the truth by claiming to debunk ‘conspiracy theories.’ More questions have been raised as a result of the ignorance and intentional deception of these ‘debunkers.’ People seeking the truth are not ‘conspiracy theorists.’ People seeking the truth want answers as to why the Government was complicit in allowing thousands of innocent people to die that day. They want to know why the unconstitutional ‘legislation’ is still destroying millions of lives and they want the actual perpetrators of those crimes held responsible for their crimes.

On 9/11, America was betrayed by a Treasonous government intent on trying to find a way to advance their deceptive criminal agenda. Try as they may, it’s becoming impossible to keep the truth of that day hidden.

The attacks of September 11, 2001 dramatically altered the course of freedom and Democracy. The attacks were used by an egregiously appointed criminal Presidential administration as an excuse to consistently terrorize an unsuspecting American public while keeping them in a constant state of fear.

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A Visitor From The Past

Since it’s time for a reminder, this is a post from WriteIdea.org:

A Visitor From The Past

For those who have not seen this classic poem by Thelen Paulk…

I had a dream the other night, I didn’t understand.
A figure walking through the mist, with flintlock in his hand.
His clothes were torn and dirty, as he stood there by my bed.
He took off his three-cornered hat, and speaking low, he said:

“We fought a revolution, to secure our liberty.
We wrote the Constitution, as a shield from tyranny.
For future generations, this legacy we gave.
In this, the land of the free and home of the brave.”

“The freedom we secured for you, we hoped you’d always keep.
But tyrants labored endlessly while your parents were asleep.
Your freedom gone, your courage lost, you’re no more than a slave. In this, the land of the free and home of the brave.”

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Dying 4-Year-Old Wants Cards For Christmas

Hannah Garman is a 4-year-old who was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme, a rare, incurable brain cancer in October. She was given about 12 weeks to live. Her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was pregnant with Hannah. Doctors didn’t think her mother would survive the pregnancy without being treated so they took a chance and gave her chemo. She survived and gave birth to Hannah.

Hannah lost her mother to breast cancer when she was only 3.

When Hannah was asked what she wanted for Christmas she replied that she wanted to see how many Christmas cards she could get.

Hannah has lost most of her motor skills and is confined to bed. One of the few things she can do is open and play with the cards. Her room is full of them.

Hannah has an older brother and sister. Hannah’s father and her grandparents are caring for her.

One of the three addresses to send cards to Hannah is below:

Hannah Garman
259 North Reading Rd.
Ephrata, Pa. 17522

You can visit Hannah’s Caring Bridge page to see pictures of her and to get more information.

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Time For A Closer Look At 9/11

Not that I’m a conspiracy theorist, because I’m not, but there are too many unanswered questions about the attacks of 9/11 that have led to the problems Americans are facing today — destruction of Constitutional Rights, Privacy and Freedom — bourne by a delusional presidential administration hell-bent on starting a war for personal and political profit and gains.

Allowing the government to investigate itself has proven to be the usual cluster you-know-what resulting in bushels of lies, misinformation and horse crap being fed to the public while a terroristic presidential administration continues to operate in secret with no oversight and corrupt incompetent leadership.

As with a lot of the other lies told to the public — while at the same time using political fear tactics to scare them and keep them obedient — by this administration, the “official” story of 9/11 has started to come unraveled.

Given the track record of this administration, it appears reasonable that outside investigations would be warranted. Especially since the federal courts keep making sure a lot of important information remains covered up.

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Online Military Resources

Below is a small collection of links and resources for Military personnel and their families and friends. If there is something you’d like to see added or would like more information, you can contact me here.

Online resources for the Military:

  • USA.gov – the best place to start for federal government information
  • Donate unused travel miles to Operation Hero Miles – a unique way to help the troops
  • The Wounded Warrior Project – (from the site) The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) was founded on the principle that veterans are our nation’s greatest citizens. The WWP seeks to assist those men and women of our armed forces who have been severely injured during the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other locations around the world
  • Let’s say thanks – In support of our soldiers – from Xerox – send a free printed post card to a soldier
  • The United States Army homepage
  • The United States Navy homepage
  • HQMC – United States Marine Corps Headquarters homepage
  • United States Air Force homepage
  • United States Coast Guard homepage
  • United States Army National Guard homepage
  • The Air National Guard homepage
  • Welcome to Airborne-Ranger.com
  • Armed Forces Bank – your hometown bank around the world
  • Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) – information for the defense community
  • Defense Intelligence Agency – committed to excellence in defense of the nation
  • Selective Service System homepage
  • Stars & Stripes – a daily newspaper published for the U.S. military, DoD civilians, contractors, and their families
  • Anysoldier.com – (from the site) Any Soldier Inc. started in August 2003 as a simple family effort to help the soldiers in one Army unit, thus our name. However, due to overwhelming requests, on 1 January 2004 the Any Soldier(r) effort was expanded to include any member, of any of the Armed Forces in harms way
  • Soldiers’ Angels – may no soldier go unloved
  • Operation-helmet.org – provides helmet upgrade kits free of charge to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as those ordered to deploy in the near future
  • Homes for our troops: get involved to help support our wounded veterans
  • Air Force Aid Society – (from the site) The Society has promoted the Air Force mission by providing worldwide emergency assistance, sponsoring education assistance programs, and offering a variety of base community enhancement programs that improve quality of life for Airmen and their families
  • Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society – (from the site) The mission of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is to provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational, and other assistance to members of the Naval Services of the United States, eligible family members, and survivors when in need; and to receive and manage funds to administer these programs
  • Coast Guard Foundation – (from the site) The Coast Guard Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides annual funding to support the men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard and its Academy
  • NMFA – National Military Family Association – (from the site) The National Military Family Association (NMFA) was organized in 1969 as the National Military Wives Association by a group of wives and widows seeking financial security for survivors of uniformed service personnel and retirees. From their efforts, the Survivor Benefit Plan came into being
  • TAPS – Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors – (from the site) provides a wonderful support network for the surviving families of those who have died in service to America
  • Center for Women Veterans from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Women in Military Service for America Memorial
  • National Personnel Records Center, St. Louis – (from the site) The National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records (NPRC-MPR) is the repository of millions of military personnel, health, and medical records of discharged and deceased veterans of all services during the 20th century
  • Operation Shoebox – supporting our troops by sending care packages to U.S. troops over seas
  • Rolling Thunder National Organization Headquarters – (from the site) The major function of Rolling Thunder, Inc. is to publicize POW-MIA issues: To educate the public that many American prisoners of war were left behind after all previous wars and to help correct the past and to protect future veterans from being left behind should they become prisoners of war-missing in action. We are also committed to helping American veterans from all wars
  • Yellow Ribbon America – (from the site) Americans united in giving direct help and support to our nations military and their families
  • Operation deployment inspiration from surprisedbyprayer.com – (from the site) To provide short prayers, devotions and scripture passages suitable for our military men and women in combat zones to use as prayers of protection, strength, courage, guidance and wisdom when going out on daily missions
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms, Causes and Effects – a guide to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from Psych Guides
  • A look at Post Traumatic Stress Disorder post with information and resources for PTSD

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An Ode to Common Sense

From the sad but true department. I couldn’t have said it better myself.  =)

The passing of our dear friend: “COMMON SENSE”
 
Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.

He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:

  • Knowing when to come in out of the rain;
  • Why the early bird gets the worm;
  • Life isn’t always fair;
  • and maybe it was my fault.

Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don’t spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge).

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Online Resources for Senior Citizens

Senior Citizens are one of the fastest growing groups of new internet users. Below is a small list of links I’ve thrown together to help Senior Citizens learn about some of the resources available to them. If you would like to see something added to this list, or more information about something, feel free to contact me here.

Online resources for senior citizens:

  • Senior Citizens’ Resources from USA.gov
  • CrimeVictims.gov – (from the site) Every day, people from every walk of life become the victims of crime. And every day, the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is there to help them rebuild their lives
  • SeniorDiscounts.com – over 125,000 discounts for people over 50
  • What Happens Now – share, learn, live through and prepare for life’s changes and challenges
  • SeniorWomen.com – a connectivity and community site for Senior Women
  • Home Well Senior Care – hourly live in caregivers
  • Benefits, advocacy and information on aging for people age 50 and over from AARP
  • SeniorNet – bringing wisdom to the information age
  • Suddenly Senior – a place for everyone who’s become senior before their time
  • Benefits Check Up – a service of the National Council on Aging (NCOA) – for people 55 or over – helps thousands of people every day to connect to private or government programs that help them pay for prescription drugs, health care, utilities and other needs
  • Medicare.gov – The Official U.S. Government site for people with Medicare
  • Medicare Rights Center – Your Guide Through the Medicare Maze
  • Wired Seniors – gives Seniors “a web of your own” and serves as the main hub of many Seniors related web sites
  • SeniorResource.com – a comprehensive source of information and services for seniors and their caregivers
  • Independent Life Resources – unlimited resources and support for persons with disabilities, senior citizens and those who care
  • Senior2Senior.org – Senior Citizens’ resources
  • SeniorJournal.com – Senior Citizens news and information daily on the web
  • Becoming aware of elder abuse – a post I made in this blog in December 2006 with links and information about elder abuse
  • SeniorLaw home page – a site where senior citizens, their families, attorneys, social workers, and financial planners can access information about elder law, Medicare, Medicaid, guardianship, estate planning, trusts and the rights of the elderly and disabled
  • SeniorMag.com – Senior home care, home healthcare, assisted living, caregiver support services
  • SeniorJobBank – jobs for the over 50 talent pool (plus numerous other links and resources too)
  • Directory of resources for Senior Citizens from MyNewOffice.com
  • eMedical Assistans – a site that helps those who want to pursue a medical assisting career – Authored by Health Care Providers

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