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The Last 10 Minutes
- (4) Without Love we are all slaves 10/25/14
- (3) Confessions of a knee-jerk neocon 10/25/14
- (3) Edward Snowden is Becoming More Dangerous Every Minute. 10/25/14
- (2) I am reunited with my wife after years of separation. Sort of. 10/25/14
- (2) 2 dead; 4 wounded in school shooting in Marysville, WA. 10/24/14
- (2) Refuse the Ebola Vaccination! 10/22/14
- (2) Israeli forces kill U.S. teen in West Bank 10/25/14
- (2) Robert Sarvis - U.S. Senate Candidate in VA - on How He Became a Libertarian, and Why He Deserves the Vote of Liberty Advocates 10/24/14
- (2) Pandas 10/25/14
- (2) China Launches World Bank Rival 10/25/14
- (2) Sufi Muslim - Free! 10/25/14
- (1) Wow! Nurse cured of Ebola so quickly... 10/24/14
- (1) Life hurts 10/21/14
- (1) Most Contentious Posts 06/23/12
- (1) are you scared yet ? 10/25/14
The Last Hour
I watched the interview with Snowden by Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig (thank you, DP member “telepathic” for posting). It was fascinating.
Ask yourselves a question: One year ago would Snowden have been interviewed by an academia member from an American university, much less an esteemed institution like Harvard? The answer is – no, and the reason is simple. After information detrimental to the NSA was released in 2013 by Snowden, the Feds put forth quite an effort to demonize and vilify Snowden in whatever way they could. Government officials, military leaders, politicians, and every other tax-dollar parasite you can think of were on the same side with the exception of few. Without the public knowing what the fallout from the 2013 revelations would be, one could understand why contact with a whistleblower like Snowden may prove to be taboo.
The shockwave of negative notions regarding Snowden propagated by our government hit the media. Instead of the term “whistleblower” (which Snowden has obviously earned the title of) the media resorted to the pejorative, “leaker.” After all, the term “whistleblower” had heroic connotations and a hero Snowden was not in the eyes of Federal Government parasites. To them he was a traitor, a villain who cowardly refused to “man up” as frat-tastic John Kerry put it to come home and face a fair trial.
How many of you here will become the recipient of the Ebola vaccination at some point? We all know by now that it will be pushed just as the Flu vaccination is on an annual basis. The question is, regardless of how severe the pressure or consequences that come from a refusal to accept the vaccination, would you refuse it?
I for one do not trust a government or its subsidiary departments to administer anything safe when many of its very departments (EPA, FDA, USDA) allow and approve toxic poisons to reign upon our GMO crops, just as one example.
Refuse to be vaccinated!
Happy Saturday everybody. This is kind of in resposne to Cyril's post of some time ago came to the top and greeted me.
We were married in the old way of Marriage Stick but she broke the stick. And separated after some time. It's been something like 5 years. But we kept the connection. Remained faithful too.
China and India are backing a 21 country $100 billion
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
►the World Bank
►the Asian Development Bank.
The bank will initially be capitalized with $50 billion, most of it contributed by China; planned increase to $100 billion; making it two-thirds the size of the $175 billion Asian Development Bank.
"A researcher at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems recently developed a machine-learning algorithm that can predict the price of the infamously volatile cryptocurrency Bitcoin, allowing his team to nearly double its investment over a period of 50 days."
"Today at the Valdai International Discussion Club meeting in Sochi, Russia’s President Putin correctly and justifiably denounced Washington for destabilizing the world in order to serve its own narrow and selfish interest and the interests of the private interest groups that control Washington at the expense of the rest of the world. It is about time a world leader denounced the thuggish neocon regime in Washington. Putin described Washington’s double standards with the Roman phrase: “What is allowed for God [the US] is not allowed for cattle [the rest of the world].” "
Lee Ann McAdoo: #EbolaMartialLaw declared in NY & NJ, as of Friday, October 24th, 2014! CBS & NY Post confirm, too.Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Fri, 10/24/2014 - 22:16
Honestly. Seriously. Undeniably.
It has all been said. It's right in front of your face. We shout out to one another. Decry the crimes, the maleficence. The injustice. The periods. This is a new kick, for me. Periods. Short sentences like Hemingway that go rat-tat-tat. Commas are out. The time for commas is nigh.
We all know what is going on. Me. You. But, we argue with the small stuff. Well, not small. Those things that are close seem big. And they are. Like hills like white elephants. But we ain't in Africa.
Robert Sarvis - U.S. Senate Candidate in VA - on How He Became a Libertarian, and Why He Deserves the Vote of Liberty AdvocatesSubmitted by Marc Clair on Fri, 10/24/2014 - 13:40
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I am joined Libertarian U.S. Senate Candidate in the State of Virginia, Robert Sarvis! Robert describes how he came to hold libertarian views, what propelled him to enter the political arena, and why he is now running in the Libertarian Party after attempting to losing faith in the Virginia GOP. We discuss how libertarians can make a different through politics, and Robert answers some questions regarding the policy positions of his campaign. As usual, I wrap it up with a good ‘ol liberty rant!
Yes she said that....... Great fuel for the campaign ahead.
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