Amgels Don't Play This HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology

The sudden bird and fish kills around our world can easily be summarized in the phrase: "It's not NICE to fool Mother Nature". For the answer to these disasters, buy the book by Jeane Manning and Dr. Nick Begich, titled: "ANGELS DON'T PLAY THIS HAARP", subtitled Advances in Tesla Technology, by Earthpulse Press, PO Box 201393, in Anchorage Alaska, 99520. Part one has seven chapters - The Sorcerer's Apprentices, Trail from Tesla to Star Wars, What's going on Up There?, Skybusters Under Secrecy, High on the Sky, Northern Exposure, In the Wilderness. Part Two begins with: Scientists are concerned - Who Can Stop the Big Zapper?, Tesla's Weather Apprentices, Putting the Heat on Mom Earth. Part Three begins with: The Compilers, Twistes Words, Star Wars and Poker Flats, Star Wars - Company Control, "The Project's Not Classified".
In the last four months of 2010, nearly 500 earthquakes rattled Guy, Arkansas. The entire state experienced 38 quakes in 2009. The spike in quake frequency precedes and coincides with the 100,000 ded fish on a 20-mile stretch of the Arkansas River that included Roseville Township on December 30. Hydraulic fracturing is the most likely culprit for all three events, since it causes earthquakes with a resultant release of toxins into the environment. A close look at Arkansas history of earthquakes and drilling reveals a shocking surge in quake frequency following advanced drilling. The number of quakes in 2010 nearly equals all of Arkansas quakes for the entire 20th century. The oil and gas industry denies any correlation, but the advent of hydrofracking followed by earthquakes is a story repeated across the nation. It isn't going to stop any time soon, either: Fracking has gone global!


If you are wondering what is happening in North Korea, here's the story:

If you read the press or listen to our "taking heads" news people, your best guess would be that an insane North Korean regime is willing to risk war to manage its own internal political tensions. This conclusion would be hard to avoid, because our moronic media rarely provides any historical context or alternative explanations for North Korean actions. No, the alleged North Korean torpedo attack on a South Korean naval vessel near Baengnyeong Island, and the November 2010 North Korean artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island, which houses a South Korean military base will not give you, (or President Obama) the right answer. Though "conventional wisdom" ie: our CIA, is that both attacks were motivated by an effort of the North Korean "elite" to smooth over the leadership transition underway in their country. Before examining the facts surrounding these events, let's look at the history, by clicking on my headline above: The armistice that ended the "Korean War" fighting established the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), as my learned Sergeant Major Kaytna in the 4th Armored Division Intelligence Section liked to say. At the time, when the US government unilaterally established another dividing line, one intended to create a sea border between the two Koreas, the US line runs northward, limiting North Korea's sea access. The line was drawn this way for two reasons: First, when the fighting stopped, South Korean forces were in control of the islands off the North Korean coast, and the US wanted to secure their position. Second, control over those islands enhanced the ability of US forces to monitor and maintain military pressure on North Korea. Anyway, that's my story and I'm sticking to it, but, to understand the REAL story, please click on my heading to understand the rest of the story at www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=22628

Some Issues to Ponder in Our New Year!

Why are there so many unemployed, while we spend billions every month on weapons and foreign aid? Why are banks and large corporations being "bailed out", while so many Americans are being evicted from their homes? Is our economy really collapsing? How serious is the "Peak Oil" problem? Is it true that Obama is worse than President Bush? Is there any hope for our public schools, which have been scaling down for years, and are increasingly shutting down due to financial problems? Are the remaining public schools becoming tools for military recruiting? Has the peace movement really collapsed, and why did this happen? Should we be concerned about the "I hate Israel" movement? How serious is our racism problem? Why all the fuss about Israel and Palestine? Should we be concerned about the "Tea Party"? Why is no-one talking about the new form of warfare, which includes "warbots" - autonomous machines, designed to kill, without human intervention? If you have any answers to these problems facing our nation, please send them to http://www.Squadron13.com, and tell Gordon Sturrock that I sent you!


Congressman Ron Paul: Recipe for a Successful 2011!

As opposed to the drivel, called opinion by other legislators, Congressman Ron Paul is not only a fresh, and honest representative for "We, the people of the United States", but also a staunch defender of our sacred Constitution. With the new Republican majority in the House, Ron assures us that he will have the opportunity as a subcommittee chairman, to take a careful look at our domestic monetary policy. He advises us that he go to work to assure a real oversight of the Federal Reserve, but will also focus on the important ways in which our foreign policy and monetary policy are related: Just last week the Financial Times reported that the limited oversight of the Federal Reserve allowed by the passage of a watered-down version of his Audit the Fed bill revealed that approximately 55 percent of the loans made available under the largest Federal Reserve bailout program, the Term Auction Facility, went to foreign banks! This is but one example of the real cost to Americans maintaining its empire overseas, and it cries out for more transparency and oversight: This is why it is key for us to understand that our foreign policy and current economic crisis go hand in hand: Some have promised to lead us back to fiscal responsibility, while asserting that any reduction in our foreign policy and current economic crisis go hand in hand. Please bear with me, and Congressman Ron Paul's clearly defined scenario of what our great country must do, in order to regain its health. Being an American citizen is not easy, but, last time I checked, we still owe a debt to the courageous men, and women, who founded this magnificent rock in a sea of trouble. Take the time and trouble to learn what must be done, in order to become a believer in our future. I got my MBA (Master of Business Administration), on the twenty-first day of May, nineteen hundred and seventy-six, at the University of Texas at Arlington, after I had put my life on the line in Vietnam. Please, whether you are a believer in our cause or not, do your fair share to ensure that this great country survives!!

Obama's Newest "Surge" in Afghanistan-by Tom Engelhardt

It seems that our military "urge to surge" is once more rearing its ugly head: The so-called "leaders" in the Obama administration, and "senior American military commanders" in Afghanistan slipped information to New York Times reporters Mark Mazzetti and Dexter Filkins about 'secret' planning to increase pressure in the Pakistani tribal borderlands, possibly the "tinderbox province" of Baluchistan, looking for cross-border raids by US Special Operations forces in the new year. My guess is, that the constant Television advertising by our "Central Intelligence" Agency, apparently in need of new suckers for extremely dangerous work, have more than a little to do with our CIA's need for clearly disposable agents to fill our needs in that mortal environment. If you were of a certain age, as I am, you could sense that the next step in spreading the war, the NEXT escalation, could be the decisive one. Beware though, that a tour of duty in Afghanistan could very well be your death sentence: Before Vietnam, when I served as the Intelligence Operations Officer of our 4th US Armored Division in Goeppingen, Germany, my boss, who was almost a second father to me, warned against working for our CIA: "This is NOT James Bond. Should you decide to serve with the "Agency", the East German Police will definitely find you, and you will spend the rest of your life in a rat-infested jail. I can also assure you that the CIA is not going to spend any time or effort in trying to get you out!!"
Please click on my headline to read the full story by Tom Engelhardt on The Smirking Chimp!


The "Urge to Surge"

Just as 2011 begins, prepare yourself for more foolish decisions by Obama. It seems that so-called "leaders" in the Obama administration and "senior American military commanders have consumed too much new year "cheer" immediately after the new millenium began! They slipped information to the New York Times reporters Mark Mazzetti and Dexter Filkins, about secret planning to increase pressure in the Pakistani tribal borderlands, as well as the Pakistani government, and military via cross-border raids by US Special Forces in the new year. In the front-page story, those two reporters produced, you could practically taste the chagrin of the military that their war was against - well, you name it: terrorists, guerrillas, former Islamic fundamentalist allies, Afghan and Pakistani nationalists, and who knows who else. You could practically reach out and be seared by their anger at the Pakistanis for continuing to take American dollars by the billions, while playing their own game, rather than the American one in their region. As a combat veteran of Vietnam, I can clearly see the end of our Afghanistan adventure coming: Top military leaders narrowly escaping enemy forces from a tower in Kabul, while a few remaining American troops die to assure the timely departure of our bureaucrats and other idiotic morons, including OUR CIA, which should have predicted this disaster, based on their superb "Intelligence"!! May I hope that President Obama, who is responsible for this catastrophe, is the last man on the helicopter, and finally becomes an unsung hero, while he goes down with his sinking ship!!


Ron Kovic: "Raise Your Voices, Protest, Stop These Wars"

Ron Kovic was a United States Marine Corps infantry sergeant who was shot and paralyzed from the mid-chest down on January 20, 1968, during his second tour of duty in Vietnam. He has lived with the wounds of that war for over 40 years. At this stage of his life, he desperately wants as many soldiers and civilians to join him, to begin a critical new phase in the growing anti-war movement. Many of our soldiers have already served multiple deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan, and have been "coming home" for almost 10 years. Those who served have begun to question that service live with the physical and emotional scars of war, and live with these wounds every day, feeling their weight and pain every morning. You have walked and wheeled through the streets of our country, while watching stare at us, as they wonder why! Since we are the reminders of the exorbitant cost of our service, we must struggle every day to make others understand, yet endure for the sake of others. Like many Americans who served in Vietnam, and those now serving in Afghanistan and Iraq, and who had believed the lies of our politicians, Ron Kovic believed the lies of our government. It is time to deflate these misunderstandings, and join the rest of our world.

A Tale of Two Cities = A Tale of One Country??!!

Over many years, "A Tale of Two Cities", written in 1859 by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris, poignantly depicts the plight of the French peasantry, demoralized by the French aristocracy in the years leading up to the revolution, the corresponding brutality demonstrated by the revolutionaries toward the former aristocrats in the early years of the revolution, as well as many unflattering social parallels with life in London during the same period. My history teachers in Canada and the United States pointed out that history always repeats itself, since our human race is too foolish to learn the important lessons of past historical mistakes. At four in the morning on New Year's Day 2011, a group of young Afghan peace makers and their much older US colleagues huddled around a laptop computer in Kabul, to begin a 24-hour conversation with people from all over the world. They called the project: "Dear Afghanistan", and their important work may well be the first of a kind. The effort consisted of an entire day of Skyped-in phone calls, emails, Facebook and Twitter posts, with the goals of providing an opportunity for world citizens to learn about Afghanistan first-hand from experts - people trying to live their lives in a war zone; provide moral support for the members of Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (AYPV), and begin linking conversations among a global, below-the-radar network of veteran peace activists, determined that the war in this country can, and MUST be ended absent of military force.


Obama's Dismal Two-Year Economic Report Card

Judged by the financial condition of the majority of our American population, Obama deserves merely a failing grade, propping up the already wealthy, and failing to aid those who were barely making ends meet. Though the S&P 500 index is up 50% since Obama took office, unemployment remains higher than it was when he entered the White House, while home foreclosures continue to mount, to the detriment of borrowers and entire neighborhoods. Health insurance companies have responded to his "health care reform bill" by raising premiums, and the financial system's largest banks continue to prosper in the wake of a multi-trillion dollar bailout with no strings attached to share their subsidization with the rest of American citizens. To top it all off, as he approaches the 'midpoint' of his 'first', and likely last term, Obama bowed to the pressure of the Republican Party, and extended tax cuts for the richest Americans in order to also to be able to extend them for everyone else more sorely in need. Obama's economic policies have been continuations of his predecessor's, as in the case of taxes and bank bailouts, or bills so watered down to appease corporations, notably banks and insurance companies. In the process, he continues to alienate his supporters (individual voters), not the companies which funded his candidacy, leaving their economy in shambles! His tax plan, especially designed for the rich, adds another $1 trillion to the record United States deficit, $700 billion of which would be the cost of extending tax breaks to the wealthiest 2 percent of the country, the rest going to jobless benefits, necessary to help those victims of of the wider economic problems, but not complemented with a job-creation program!
And then there are those continuing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan!!!!!


Bombs Make No Moral Distinctions Where They Fall!

In a documentary on a Danish NATO unit in Afghanistan, real bullets whizzing past one of the bravest directors of photography in the world, real soldiers falling wounded, one with a Wilfred Owen pallour of death on his face, but he survives. Others don't. After storming a Taliban position, the Danes find at least three Afghans, apparently still alive. After a crack of gunfire, they are all dead. "We eliminated them in the most humane way possible," one of the Danes says right there on the soundtrack. The words "war crimes", recalling my experiences in Vietnam, are in my mind. When Robert Fisk stumbles out into the cold afternoon to walk back to his hotel behind the 19th century "Kunsthalle", there are shrapnel gashes along the red stone walls, deep wounds in the brickwork of the school next door, a slash in the basement window casing, but most of the houses in Dresden, including those of the wonderful Red Cross nurses, who served us noodle soup in the Dresden Haptbahnhof, where we were greeted by friendly faces after our train survived the American fighter planes, deep in the dense forests halfway between our home in Breslau, and Dresden.