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General / - What Keeps Mankind Alive? (Weill/Brecht 1928)
« on: July 14, 2011, 08:04:12 AM »
huh?  oh you mean FrankD's guitar?

Yeah. Sorry, by "OT" I meant "Off Topic".  :)
There are a few brands of guitars with similar headstocks, but Frank's looks like a Suhr, as best I can tell.

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General / - What Keeps Mankind Alive? (Weill/Brecht 1928)
« on: July 13, 2011, 01:51:35 PM »
Hell no, it's not his stories or lyrics: I just don't like his voice and delivery...He is a unique talent.

I don't like his voice and delivery either. I never could get past that to even hear his stories.
As for Brecht and Weill, I did like Steeleye Span's version of Pirate Jenny (The Black Freighter) from their album Storm Force Ten.

OT - Is that a Suhr in your pic?

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9/11 / - Israel Did 9/11 - All The Proof
« on: June 23, 2011, 10:14:25 AM »
Ladies and Gentleman, I give you the forum tattle-tale.

I'd rather be a tattle-tale than a liar, but that's just me.

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9/11 / - Israel Did 9/11 - All The Proof
« on: June 23, 2011, 10:10:31 AM »

Jews have dominated/controlled world finance for millennia. Jews are the most powerful ethnic group on planet earth, hands down. There is nobody "above" the Jews pulling the imaginary strings


It couldn't be put any better than that. I think I'm really gonna like this thread.

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The World Below / - - BREAKING NEWS: All hell is breaking loose!!!
« on: May 30, 2011, 11:03:50 AM »
So you only want people that agree with you in here?  ::)

It could be worse. In some places you'd be stoned or beheaded for disagreeing. Now straighten your burka and move along.


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General / - Obama 'Birth Certificate': An Analysis
« on: May 04, 2011, 10:56:03 AM »
No-one has noticed the DATE his mother signed the certificate?

Copy signed April 25 2011

BORN 4/8/61 ... (August)

Mother signed it on ... 8/7/61 (ie JULY)

MD signed it on 8/8/61--- Registrar STAMPED it on 8/8/61

One month BEFORE he was born  :o

The convention on the BC is Month/Day/Year.
She signed it 3 days after his birth, according to the layered assembled document we're supposed to accept.

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Philosophy & Religion / - Father Coughlin
« on: April 29, 2011, 10:45:14 AM »
Okay lets put an end to this old tired argument once and for all.

http://scripturecatholic.xanga.com/709036534/21--why-do-we-worship-on-sunday/

Both Walt and I have been through this with Clefty ad infinitum, to no avail. He simply dismisses it, as if his non-acceptance somehow negates it. Then he keeps spewing about the Church and Catholics violating sabbath. Somehow I don't think Clefty's in it to be correct, but rather just to bash those who believe differently than he. I hope you have better luck than I.

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Philosophy & Religion / - Father Coughlin
« on: April 27, 2011, 07:21:20 PM »
I posted some scripture and you call it a bag o crap?

or did you mean the catholic catechism I referenced?

And you are calling me out? ha ha ha...

You have accused me before Dr. Nope of being rude and I asked you to "show me" but you never did...

but instead rather talk about me...

Have you seen this before?

"Truth trumps everything.
A man hears what he wants to hear, and disregards the rest."

Ha Ha Ha!! There you go again, funny man! Or is that funny little boy?
I wasn't referencing "scripture" or "catechism", or anything legitimately religious. I was referring to you, your snide, ridiculing style of argument, your constant attacks on Christianity (non-sabbatarian sects, of course), your misrepresenting of what the Bible really says by your selective omissions and reinterpretations, and even your recent post ridiculing Jesus, not to mention your constant abusive posts to Walt Disney. The New Testament is NOT conclusive regarding Sabbath. There's plenty of evidence either way, but that's not the point. You bully people into defending their beliefs with your incessant attacks, to the point that most threads you do it in get derailed, and split off. Do you actually think you're going to convert anyone that way, or are you just pumping up your own ego? The more you attack someone's beliefs, the more they draw tightly to them and protect them. You're not preaching to convert anyone, you're just blowing off to hear yourself talk. Jesus never behaved that way. You boasted recently, that you "plan to party a long time....with yeshua...yee haw". I suspect that the first thing He'll do is cast out your demons. You want posts in which you're rude? That's like asking me to prove the sky is blue. It's self-evident. Just check out just about any thread that you argue with Walt.

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Philosophy & Religion / - Father Coughlin
« on: April 27, 2011, 11:26:22 AM »
Most  Jehovahs Witness that I've had the pleasure of meeting have had the same arguments that clefty has that is why I asked.


Thanks for your answer  clefty.

You must have had some bad experiences with Jehovah's Witnesses, then.
First off, they aren't sabbatarians. They worship on Sundays, so Clefty would be picking fights with them, just like he does with Catholics. Witnesses are some of the most polite, respectful people I've ever met, unlike our little pal in here. My mom became a witness back when I was in grade school, and remained so, until she died. I studied with them for a few years, back then, and in junior high school. Most of what you read about them on the web, is BS. I see little or no Witness doctrine in Clefty's arguments, and his argumentative style is counter to everything they believe.

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Philosophy & Religion / - Father Coughlin
« on: April 26, 2011, 05:11:36 AM »
Ha ha ha....and exactly how is that Dr Nope?

attacking only JOOS merely distracts from who really rules this planet
 
and who has worked to establish global corporate state for thousands of years...the christian church...

and I has been pointed out protestants too are guilty...because they too are deceived

but the church is above criticism...above reproof?...

not for me


As the Catechism of Catholic Doctrine says on page 50 (3rd edition):

Question: Which is the Sabbath day?
Answer: Saturday is the Sabbath day.
Question: Why do we observe Sunday instead of Saturday?
Answer: We observe Sunday instead of Saturday because the Catholic Church, in the Council of Laodecea (A.D. 364), transferred the solemnity from Saturday to Sunday.

even catholic scholars know sunday worship is not in the bible but represents self proclaimed church power...only because they managed to fool or cower people into thinking they are GOD on earth..

"think not that I have come to destroy the law..."

it doesnt get any clearer than that...

oh wait it does...

"Sabbath was made for man..."

reject it if you wish...choose tradition over God's law if you wish..but its not biblical...

criticise the JOO with the rest of them...stay distracted as the others....give up your sovereign rights for church/state....submit and be deceived...

but the evidence remains that the christian church has only assisted the building of the NWO...

God's kingdom is spiritual "not of this world"...

btw...again, catholics havent been the only ones and certainly not the first...

this 666 agenda began long before rome picked it up...

And what exactly does all that bag of crap and strawmen that you just posted, have to do with what I said? Other than to prove my point.

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Philosophy & Religion / - Father Coughlin
« on: April 25, 2011, 04:52:25 PM »
Dear clefty if you don't mind me asking are you a JW?

If he was a JW, he wouldn't behave as he does in the forum.

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It's part of the registration agreement when you sign up. I had a menu link but I have not added yet. I did post it a day or two ago here:

I thought maybe it had been revised or something, and I missed the repost. Thanks.

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Don't start allright... this is an old song and it's getting older. Go read the TOU I posted. Free speech is no excuse for stupid speech. Even then it's permitted though not appreciated.

Where are the TOU posted? I really did look, but I couldn't find them. Thanks.

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2011 / Re: * Does Joe Lieberman’s Resignation Signal Imminent Collapse?
« on: January 22, 2011, 03:06:17 AM »
There's a hell of a lot here that they don't want us to know about, and that includes that grinning rat of a Hawaiin governor.

As for Palin, the bitch has an Isreali flag hanging in her office and used to wear an israeli flag lapel pin, so that's why they're trotting her out for their next sham election.

I think if Abercrombie was as close to O's parents as he claims, then he knows O was born in Kenya. The funny thing to me is, with the claim "it may not exist", it's like he's blowing the whistle and yet covering his own butt by saying "I was there at the birth", at the same time. With Obama, the deeper you go, the less sense it all makes.

Whoever they trot out for the next election, will have the obligatory official Israeli flag and pin set. You have to look at issues beyond that.

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2011 / Re: * Does Joe Lieberman’s Resignation Signal Imminent Collapse?
« on: January 21, 2011, 05:54:41 PM »
And if they can't find his long form who's gonna stop him? The courts? ::)

Obama is probably the weakest of any president ever -- he has no base or support outside his Jew handlers. He's already given a couple of trillion to the banks and has signed legislation to give private insurance companies a couple of trillion annually to manage healthcare payments. Before he's gone he will make market retirement accounts mandatory(or pay a fine) like health insurance. Obama is gonna beat Yeltsin in selling the farm for peanuts.

If he can't prove eligibility in states that will require it in 2012, he simply won't get on the ballot in those states. But then, he'll have done enough damage in one term, that he wouldn't need a second.

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2011 / Re: * Does Joe Lieberman’s Resignation Signal Imminent Collapse?
« on: January 21, 2011, 05:28:17 PM »
In our world of fixed elections they even had to put the brakes on the potential fake opposition candidate Palin because the polls probably said she could win against Obama. They're going to have to get someone worse than McCain if they hope to keep Obama in there. That's option #1. Option #2 is probably creating a disaster like 9/11.

Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie recently said that he can't find Obama's long form birth certificate, and that it may not exist. Some states will require proof of eligibility to get on the ballot in 2012. It'd take a hell of a fix for Obama to get re-elected under those circumstances. Plus, nobody has told Palin, or her conservative base, that she's had the brakes put on her. IMO, if she wants the nomination, her base will see that she gets it.

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Yes it is impossible for humans to travel to distant worlds because our carbon based
bodies cannot withstand the journey.

Travel at lightspeed is theoretically impossible, but the closer to lightspeed one travels, the more time slows down for the traveler, relative to observers on earth. I won't go further into time dilation and the twin paradox at this point, but I will say that a speed of 10% of light, would seem reasonably doable in the near future, which would make the trip to Alpha Centauri about a 40 year one, with it appearing shorter for the astronaut.

Also, light and radio waves travel at the same speed, relative to ALL observers. So even with a ship traveling at lightspeed, a radio signal from it to earth would still travel to earth at 186,282mps. With a ship halfway to Alpha Centauri, a radio signal would take 2 years to reach earth, regardless of the ship's speed.

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The 2012 Paradigm / Re: * Idiot's Guide to 2012
« on: January 18, 2011, 10:22:03 AM »
In other words a downward trend....

I don't know if you're familiar with the Peter Principle or not, but basically, it's that people tend to advance through the ranks, until they reach a level at which they're no longer competent, and then tend to stay there. I think that puts an upper cap on how well people, organizations, and even governments, work. But it would also seem to limit how well our enemies can work, as well. I think we could keep bumbling along at about this level, for quite some time. Getting career politicians out, eliminating tenure, requiring standards of competence in jobs, especially in corporate positions where idiots run companies into the ground, then bail with billions in pensions, that kind of thing, would help. It's ambitious, but certainly easier than dismantling our infrastructure, or convincing everyone to give up religion.  ;)

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That is a tall order at the moment, things may have to slip some more before considerable numbers will really wake up. With the recent Arizona shooting they might just press a litter harder to bring in gun control ~ or at least try to.  
We shall see, this could be an interesting year filled with many speculations.

Enough people in the political middle have already awakened, thanks to the current politicians having overplayed their hand, and thanks to people like you who focus on spreading truth on forums and blogs, to have started making changes at the local and state levels across the country. Granted, we're far from ending the Fed and Zionist control, but at least more people are aware of the need for it.

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The 2012 Paradigm / Re: * 2012 Doomsday Fabrication
« on: January 17, 2011, 04:32:22 PM »
Anyone who believes in doomsday "predictions" has mush for brains... however 2012 does have forseeable consequences, but not nessecarily of a doomsday nature,  the weather not withstanding. But the Mayan calendar has never suggested "doomsday" ... Try researching 2012 without doomsday attached at reputable sites.

One thing criticised in the first article is a solar mass ejection ... I agree the rest of the stuff is correct but no-one can predict the suns reactions ... It could let off a huge ME flare tomorrow and we would feel the effects 2 or three days latter ... but you wouldn't see it on any website 'as predicted', not even NASA or USGS because the sun is tempermental and never gives away it's intentions ... they just happen.

The article in question has to be a boogieman agenda from the elite and the author of "the real doomsday" (Dan EDEN) is trying to sell his eBook ... what more can you say. It's designed to stop people questioning anything related to 2012 ... especially ISIS.

Deliberately picking out these doomsday scenarios and making them a laughing matter makes people stop all research. It's how the elite want the future to be researched on one side ridicule and on the other FEAR.

There IS a chap who seems to be able to make predictions about the sun, and who is predicting that the end is near. But he's also selling an eBook.

An excerpt from his website says:
"The factors point to the extinction of life as we know it. All coming together in the not too distant future. It has happened before and it will happen again, it is a cycle of nature and we could be the last generation of this particular civilisation or population of the planet in this current cycle. We have seen it before - nutters with sandwich boards proclaiming "The End Is Near" - well this time the claim is backed by ROCK SOLID EVIDENCE that it is coming AND A TIME WHEN IT IS EXTREMELY LIKELY TO HAPPEN."
http://users.spin.net.au/~aeitower/CDBook.htm

In an interview, he goes on to say that the triggering event will likely be in 2011, and take up to a year (by 2012)  for the full effect. He even speculates "Maybe this is where the Maya decided it was not needed to compile their calendar beyond this point." He also says that the Superus Eligere has known of this for thousands of years, and has manipulated history, science, and technology, over those thousands of years, to bring about our current capability to create the ISS, (which thankfully will be finished in 2011) so they alone can escape the disaster, by going into orbit.
http://www.monstrous.com/forum/the-end/set-the-controls-for-the-heart-of-the-sun/

I hardly think this gentleman has "mush for brains", do you?


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The 2012 Paradigm / Re: * Idiot's Guide to 2012
« on: January 17, 2011, 02:39:46 PM »
Oh golly ~  I haven't heard that song for ages. While the hippie movement was living it up in la-la-land, it gave the elite plenty of time to strengthen their position.
Do you remember this one too?

Yeah, I remember Mary Hopkin. I loved pretty much all the British Invasion music. I was a hippie for about 5 minutes, back then too, but the hypocrisy soured me quickly. It seems that the hippie movement was pretty much created to discredit the anti-war movement. Dave McGowan wrote some really insightful articles about it, but it seems his site is temporarily down - an "over bandwidth" problem. I did find a quick interview about it elsewhere, though. On his actual site, he backs his info up bigtime. I did correct one spelling error in it.

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http://www.whale.to/b/dave_mcgowan.html
Hippies came out of no where and sort of co opted it, I think it was quite deliberate...they wanted to give the anti-war movement a face that would be completely unacceptable to mainstream America...I mean everything about them was offensive to mainstream America, to middle America, the hairstyles, the clothing styles, the open drug use, the music, everything about them was designed to repel mainstream America and prevent the anti-war movement from gaining any additional speed by putting this face on it...I think the whole hippy flower child thing.....was a creation of the Intelligence community to take the steam out of the anti-war movements and various  other movements...Black Empowerment, Women's rights, Civil rights movement.
....The battle cry of the hippy movement was turn on, tune in, drop out...telling people don't worry about it, get high.
The figureheads of all the big LC bands--Frank Zappa,...John Phillips,...Jim Morrison,...David Crosby,...Steven Stills, on and on, every one of these guys is a product of the military intelligence establishment...I find it very hard to believe that the only people in the country who had musical talent happened to be sons and daughters of the Military community...Jackson Brown, Emmy Lou Harris..
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So now what lies ahead for Humanity? With all the problems we have, it's hard to believe our future can be bright. Inflation and recession, environmental deterioration, diminishing resources, unrest and oppression in developing countries, and apathy, loneliness and lack of direction in developed ones all combine to severely cloud the horizon...
Yikes! Not to forget perpetual lies and wars for plunder.

There have been lies and war ever since man learned to pick up a rock and hit someone else on the head. I see nothing in history to make me think that will ever change. As to what lies ahead, who knows? I'm a firm believer in the Peter Principle. I think our current situation owes as much to plain incompetence, as it does to conspiracy. Any real or imaginary elite would be subject to the Peter Principle as well, and generally be too incompetent to control the entire world any more than it already seems to. I think, barring a nuclear war, we're pretty much where we'll be, until something collapses under it's own weight. I think our best hope is to get as many people as we can, awakened to the corruption at the top. Get them off their butts, and out from in front of their HDTVs, and get them to help us clean up the mess we've made in our societies.

2012 is just another year, and happens to be an election year. Those of us who care to, can work within the system, to make it a little better than the last one, just like 2010 was a little better than 2008. Anything beyond that about 2012 is just guesswork and peddling fantasies.

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