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How Everyone Alive Now on Earth … is Your Cousin

July 15, 2017


It is strange but verifiably true from our DNA that everyone alive has a common relative about 3,400 years ago. This makes us all cousins.  Think about it. With everyone alive being about 100th cousins, there are some shocking things you can claim that are completely true. A few examples: You and I are related […]

Louisiana congressman: ‘Kill them all’ 

June 5, 2017


Sometimes it’s embarrassing to be human. Not only are insane people supposedly killing indiscriminately in the name of a God in the year 2017, there are also people in positions of leadership who are responding with the same insane murderous thought virus. To Rep. Clay Higgins I say, we don’t kill all “suspects” who might do […]

F-16C fighter jet crashes in suburban Washington neighborhood 

April 6, 2017


It’s not every day that a modern $20 million dollar fighter jet crashes 200 yards from your home. Good thing, too.  Disclaimer: Despite the evacuations, I know of no serious danger to the area. Think responsibly. For those of you who enjoy occasional recreational paranoia, what follows is a dark look at possible concerns. The biggest may be depleted […]

Best uses for self-reliant autonomous army robots

March 5, 2017


My vision is for an army of robots to fix Fukushima and clean up the world. The army of robots part, at least, is underway. What would you command they do if you commanded a robot army? Robots occupying forward areas with weapons may still be a far-fetched thought, but India doesn’t want to be […]

Obama: Draft women into the military

December 3, 2016


The Obama administration has declared its support for requiring women to register for the military draft, a symbolic but significant shift that reflects the U.S. military’s evolution from a male-dominated force to one seeking to incorporate women at all levels.  President Barack Obama has been considering whether to adopt the position since last December, when […]

Jeb Bush: Pro Torture Candidate

August 14, 2015


  Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush refuses to rule out the US resuming the use of torture if he were to become president. Bush, who addressed the issue during a campaign stopover in Iowa on Thursday, says he doesn’t want to make ‘a definitive, blanket type of statement’ when it comes to torture. However, he says […]

Alex Jones: Memorial Day Is A Hoax

May 25, 2015


  Memorial Day commemorates soldiers killed in war. We are told that the war dead died for us and our freedom. US Marine General Smedley Butler challenged this view. He said that our soldiers died for the profits of the bankers, Wall Street, Standard Oil, and the United Fruit Company. Here is an excerpt from a […]

A Viet Nam War pilot who stopped a massacre

March 28, 2015


Just know this about the world: stop violence and you may be villified because many people are sleepwalkers. Thank you, Hugh, Glenn, and Laurence, and to everyone else working in whatever way you do to prevent wrongs and protect the stupid. We would be another extinct species if individuals didn’t do the right thing despite […]

2 wks of Military drills in Downtown LA

December 5, 2014


Residents in and around downtown Los Angeles could hear helicopters or other military aircraft over the coming days as Marines and sailors from Camp Pendleton train in preparation for a deployment. The training is part of a two-week military exercise that starts Friday and extends through Dec. 16 and involves about 2,400 members of the […]

John Lennon talks about the illuminati

November 17, 2014


John Lennon’s Interview, 6/6/1968 He was killed on December 8, 1980, New York City, NY

A map of human problems

June 21, 2014


I want something I can’t find on the net: a visual interactive map of human problems and where we are along the various paths to solutions. I want everyone to be able to interact with it, add to it, vote on it! We have all this information, so organize it! Who can help? Google? I […]

North and South Korea Ready for War

April 1, 2014


It only takes a few brain damaged fools to destroy us. Aim carefully… at your own self-hatred, or whatever twists your humanity to allow you to murder a relative. Explode, with your demonic brown doughnuts, whatever keeps you from having compassion. Worst use of a good beach.

Abandoning the people of Afghanistan?

March 14, 2014


Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford’s remarks to the Senate Armed Services Committee appeared intended to shape the White House’s deliberation over whether to leave behind a contingent for training and counterterrorism missions beyond 2014 or pull out entirely. … The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said Wednesday that al-Qaeda’s network in that country is in […]

Canada to pull out of Afghanistan

March 12, 2014


Canada’s military efforts in Afghanistan will end this month, with the withdrawal of the last 100 soldiers from Kabul, where they had been wrapping up training of Afghan National Security Forces. Canada’s involvement included efforts in diplomacy, education, women’s rights and even dam building. The five years of heavy combat cost the lives of 158 […]

Plans to Destroy the Earth’s Protective Radiation Belts

March 4, 2014


Since we’re coming up on the Fourth of July, and towns everywhere are preparing their better-than-ever fireworks spectaculars, we would like to offer this humbling bit of history. Back in the summer of 1962, the U.S. blew up a hydrogen bomb in outer space, some 250 miles above the Pacific Ocean. It was a weapons […]

Roswell, NM selected as drone training area

March 2, 2014


Pretty soon there will be something a little different flying about Roswell, and it doesn’t have anything to do with aliens. An international aerospace company has picked Roswell as a drone training ground. No, they’re not UFO’s, they’re UAV’s. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, in other words drones. And come summer unmanned drones will be flying the […]

Air Force aircraft returned from Vietnam is postwar source of Agent Orange contamination

February 26, 2014


From 1971-1982, Air Force reservists, who flew in 34 dioxin-contaminated aircraft used to spray Agent Orange and returned to the U.S. following discontinuation of the herbicide spraying operations in the Vietnam War, were exposed to greater levels of dioxin than previously acknowledged, according to a study published today in Environmental Research by senior author Jeanne […]

NSA Can Hack and Spy on Any iPhone Any Time

February 22, 2014


Everything you do on your iPhone may be open to NSA snooping thanks to a covert software the agency can install without user’s knowledge. Apparently the app, called Dropout Jeep, can remotely send all of your text messages, contacts and voicemails to the NSA, and can activate your iPhone’s camera or mic for real time […]

Industrial Band Bills DoJ For Using Its Music as a Torture Device

February 6, 2014


“What really bothers us is that they played our songs at an intolerable volume for hours on end” … Industrial band Skinny Puppy is billing the U.S. Justice Department after finding out their tunes were used as a means of torturing detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba. The band recently invoiced the […]

Submit your 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Nomination by February 1st!

January 31, 2014


You have only until February 2015 to submit your Nobel Peace Prize nomination for 2015. Nobel Peace Prize Nomination Directions 1) Leave a one line comment about peace at this web site: Doing this instantly confers upon you the title of Director of the World Peace Research Institute, allowing you, according to our understanding […]

Snowden Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize + How to Add Your Own Nomination

January 30, 2014


Saying that Edward Snowden has “contributed to a more stable and peaceful world order” by exposing U.S. surveillance practices and forcing a new debate over security and privacy, two Norwegian politicians nominated the former intelligence contractor for the Nobel Peace Prize Wednesday. If he were to win the award, Snowden, who gave a trove of […]

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. – April 4, 1967 – Beyond Vietnam: A Time To Break Silence [Full Speech]

January 20, 2014


There is so much great in this speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. calling for an end to the Vietnam War. I was moved by the phrase, “our proneness to adjust to injustice…” This speech was delivered a year to the day before he was assassinated. The King family and others believe that the assassination […]

Unknown Cloud Seen from Space Station

January 15, 2014


Unknown Cloud Seen from Space Station Added by Kimberly Ruble on October 13, 2013. This weekend, an astronaut from Italy, Luca Parmitano, put some very strange photographs upon his account at Twitter which had been taken from the International Space Station. They showed what appeared to be some sort of unknown cloud that was rising […]

Google Now a Military Contractor with BigDog Robot

December 18, 2013


▶ BigDog Overview (Updated March 2010) – YouTube. From privacy concerns to monopolies, some people have been growing increasingly concerned over some of Google’s business practices for years now. Wonder what those types think now the search giant owns a company that makes military robots. Yes, Google has splashed out and purchased Boston Dynamics, the […]

Kaliningrad: European fears over Russian missiles

December 17, 2013


European countries bordering Russia’s territory of Kaliningrad say they are worried at reports that Moscow has put nuclear-capable missiles there. Lithuania and Poland both issued statements of concern. Russia has not confirmed the report but insists it has every right to station missiles in its western-most region. Moscow has long threatened to move Iskander short-range […]

BREAKING: Federal Judge rules entire NSA data collection program unconstitutional – a violation of the 4th

December 17, 2013


Judge Leon of the DC District Court has held that the NSA’s bulk collection of telephony metadata violates the Fourth Amendment and has enjoined the entire program (stayed pending appeal). Judge Leon recognizes that his holding conflicts with the reasoning of other district courts, but he expresses confidence that he is correct and that James […]