did nothing to STOP it

Point and wag your finger … blame … shame … in the final analysis it was “US” (you & me) who sat on our butts and did nothing to STOP it



04-02-2012  •  www.globalresearch.ca, by Tom Burghardt

Over the decades, the maintenance of power and class privileges by corporate, financial and political elites have relied on covert and overt forms of violence. .

smoke signals

Whether this is TRUE remains to be determined but the smoke signals appear just a bit ominous



BYE BYE DOLLAR IT WAS FUN ! USA dollar NO LONGER world reserve currency!

4-02-2012  •  http://www.youtube.com, PropheticSeer

BYE BYE DOLLAR … $$$ IT WAS FUN ! USA dollar NO LONGER world reserve currency! .

are nothing but a charade

WORLD BANK … IMF … WTO … WHO … are nothing but a charade … institutions formed solely to benefit the few at the expense of the many … but … don’t take my word for it … do your own objective research … the operative word being objective


The World Bank Is Hopeless and Changing Leaders Won’t Help

04-02-2012  •  http://www.thedailybell.com, by Staff Report

Hats off to Ngozi … A golden opportunity for the rest of the world to show Barack Obama the meaning of meritocracy  .

Massive Con

Obvious culprits are global corporations like Monsanto, Cargill and Syngenta and the genetically engineered seed they have forced upon farmers worldwide …


The "Massive Con" Causing a Suicide Every 30 Minutes

Posted By Dr. Mercola | April 03… http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/04/03/gmo-crops-affect-farmers.aspx?e_cid=20120403_DNL_art_1


Watch videos here …



Indian farmers have been robbed of their livelihoods, causing them to take their own lives in despair.

Over the past 16 years, it is estimated that more than a quarter of a million Indian farmers have committed suicide.

Who is responsible for this tragedy?   …. The most obvious culprits are global corporations like Monsanto, Cargill and Syngenta and the genetically engineered seed they have forced upon farmers worldwide.

None are hit harder than those in India, where socioeconomic and environmental factors have magnified the impact, making it almost impossible for these farmers to survive.

In fact, genetically engineered seeds are so fundamental to the problem that it’s been termed "GM Genocide."ii

The rate of Indian farmer suicides has greatly increased since the introduction of Bt cotton in 2002iii.

This is not a pleasant subject to read about, but it is a necessary one… one that can help you understand why it’s so important to continue fighting seed monopolies with ever-increased resolve.

I experienced the Indian farmers’ plight firsthand while spending two weeks in India, where I saw for myself the devastating effects of GM seed upon the lives and livelihoods of these rural farmers.

I worked closely with Organic India, a company helping more than 150,000 farmers change back to time-honored methods of producing high quality plants and herbs. If you have any doubts about the dire global implications of GM crops, the plight of these farmers should put those doubts to rest.


How dare you protest

How dare you protest … voice your opinion … demonstrate freedom in the manner guaranteed by our Constitution … think again … there is no way in hell that corporate will allow that and you will pay a humiliating price for your actions

clip_image001Protesters Beware: U.S. Supreme Court Expands Invasive Strip-Searches

Anyone who might be jailed, even minor offenders, can be strip-searched.


READ MOREBy Steven Rosenfeld / AlterNethttp://www.alternet.org/story/154804/protesters_beware%3A_u.s._supreme_court_expands_invasive_strip-searches?akid=8518.23062.RWtLVG&rd=1&t=24



Supreme Court upholds jail strip searches, including for minor offenses
04-02-2012  •  Washington Post
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that those arrested for even minor violations may be strip-searched before being admitted to jail, saying safety concerns outweigh personal privacy rights. The court’s conservatives ruled against a New Jersey man who

Justices Approve Strip-Searches for Any Offense

Adam Liptak, The New York Times News Service: "About 13 million people are admitted each year to the nation’s jails, Justice Kennedy wrote. Under Monday’s ruling, he wrote, ‘every detainee who will be admitted to the general population may be required to undergo a close visual inspection while undressed.’ Justice Stephen G. Breyer, writing for the four dissenters, said strip-searches were ‘a serious affront to human dignity and to individual privacy’ and should be used only when there was good reason to do so."
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Why would this be any surprise to any resident of Arizona



clip_image002Why would this be any surprise to any resident of Arizona as corporate for profit private prison owners are among the big contributor$ to our Governor’s campaign coffer$


… And “we” laugh at the antics of America’s toughest Sheriff Joe Arpaio when ne courageously builds “tent city” jail housing inmates in Arizona’s stifling heat while making the wear “pink” underwear and eat his infamous “green” bologna sandwiches … 


“We” don’t find these actions abuse so why would we find solitary confinement for 14 year’s abuse …?


… Cruel and inhumane …?

Soon this too could be SOP in Arizona given our State Legislature’s proclivity to capitulate to whatever corporate wantsTHEY SHOOT CHILDREN, DON’T THEY? Confined Cruelty: Israeli Treatment of Palestinian Minors

04-02-2012  •  www.globalresearch.ca, by Graham Peebles

For many Palestinian children their childhood is lived under a cloak of fear and the threat of violence and abuse at the hands of an armed force that stalks the streets of their homeland. 

And of course “we” can trust AZ AG Horne




clip_image002And of course “we” can trust AZ AG Horne will ethically  leave no stone unturned as he seek to fully disclose to you and me


…Hey, wasn’t that what he was suppose to do respecting the Fiesta Bowl scandal … as well as investigating the “contributions” of the Fiesta Bowl to our State Legislators …


And how did that turn out…?

Horne accused of breaking laws in 2010 campaign

PHOENIX (AP) — An elections complaint accuses Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne of violating Arizona law by coordinating some of his 2010 campaign’s efforts with an independent committee that attacked his general-election opponent.

The complaint filed in February by a lawyer in Horne’s office and released on Monday alleges that Horne worked with a campaign consultant and others to arrange a $115,000 contribution from his brother-in-law to Business Leaders For Arizona. State law prohibits coordination between campaigns and independent expenditure committees.

The complaint, first revealed in a story by the Arizona Capitol Times, also alleges that Horne broke the law in giving a supporter who is accused of illegally coordinating between the campaign and the committee a job after the election.

Horne denies the allegations and said the employee who filed the complaint is disgruntled.
Horne defeated Democrat Felecia Rotellini in November 2010 to become the state’s attorney general. After winning the Republican primary by a thin margin, Horne faced a brutal general-election race in which Rotellini criticized the decades-old revocation of Horne’s license to sell securities and Horne accused Rotellini of having scant trial experience.

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