Thursday, September 11, 2008

Jake Kotze: Starmummy, Mystical Nrs & Scarlet Dragon


Starmummy

An excellent new synchromystic video collaboration between Jake Kotze and Jim Sanders from Nosis. Featuring 9/11, 11:11, 2K, the Galactic Center, & more. Starring Robin Tunney as Isis.


Rob Bryanton: Jake Kotze And Mystical Numbers

Rob Bryanton from Imagining the 10th dimension talks about Jake's work, Kabbalah, numerology, synchronicity and more, and finishes with a funky piano song called Blind Faith.

And check out Scarlet Dragon, the latest huge post at the Blob!

The 9/11 Coincidence Mountain Megapost has been updated too

911 "Coincidences" or Synchronicities?


911 "Coincidences" or Synchronicities?

Here's a vid that includes some more interesting 9/11 syncs I wasn't aware of yet.
The post's tags are just possibilities.

Thanks Daily Behemoth.

Legal Drugs


Legal Drugs

Significant New Information Details CIA Criminal Culpability in Allowing the 9/11 Attacks

Palo Alto Publishing will hold a press conference on September 11, 2008, at 9 AM at the National Press Club at 529 14th St. NW, Washington D.C., to detail new information revealed since the release of the 9/11 Commission Report. Entirely sourced from government reports, court documents, and the account of FBI Agent Ali Soufan, this analysis, never before fully detailed, shows that CIA officers, working through liaisons at FBI Headquarters, had repeatedly and criminally obstructed investigations that could have prevented the attacks on 9/11.
Read full Reuters article

Nader Supports New 9/11 Investigation

Nader Supports New 9/11 Investigation
Independent presidential candidate says he supports 9/11 truth movement

Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader pledged support for a new investigation into the events of 9/11 Monday, commenting that the 9/11 Commission was "flawed, right from the get go".


Ralph Nader supports 9/11 truth & opposes Blackwater

Nader was questioned by members of We Are Change Ohio at a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio earlier this week.

Asked if he supported the 9/11 Truth Movement and the efforts of activists and victims' families to expose the lies surrounding the attacks, Nader responded;

"I was there when they were collecting signatures in the audience and I supported it." Nader commented, referring to We are Change's activities at the meeting.

"The 9/11 Commission, first of all, it took the members of the great families to push the administration even to have an inquiry, can you imagine an attack like that and the government didn't even want to have an inquiry?" stated Nader.
"And second, the ground rules for the 9/11 Commission were that they weren't going to name names, or hold anybody responsible, that's a real investigation," he added with irony.

"So right from the get go it was flawed and there needs to be another one, and the best place to have it is New York City." Nader concluded.

Read full article here

Ron Paul: Reject Obama & McCain


Ron Paul: Reject Obama & McCain!

AP article. Paul: Reject the major parties, go for a third

It's absolutely ridiculous that voting for someone who actually might change something is considered a wasted vote...

An Open Letter to Barack Obama: Symbolism Alone Will Not Bring Change

An Open Letter to Barack Obama
Symbolism Alone Will Not Bring Change
By LEONARD PELTIER

I have watched with keen interest and renewed hope as your campaign has mobilized millions of Americans behind your message of changing a political system that serves a small economic elite at the expense of the peoples of the United States and the world. Your election as president of the United States, where slaves and Indians were long considered less than human under the law, will undoubtedly constitute a historic moment in race relations in the United States.

Yet symbolism alone will not bring about change. Our young people, black and Native alike, suffer from police brutality and racial profiling, underfunded schools, and discrimination in employment and housing. I sincerely hope your campaign will inspire some hope among our youth to struggle for a better future. I am, however, concerned that your recent statement on the Sean Bell verdict, in which the New York police officers who fired 50 shots at a young man on the eve of his wedding were acquitted of criminal charges, displays a rather myopic view of the law. Until the law is harnessed to protect the victims of state violence and racism, it will serve as an instrument of repression, just as the slave codes functioned to sustain and legitimize an inhuman institution.

As I can testify from experience, the legal institutions of this nation are far from racial and political neutrality. When judges align with the repressive actions and policies of the executive branch, injustice is rationalized and cloaked in judicial platitudes. As you may know, I have now served more than three decades of my life as a political prisoner of the federal government for a crime I did not commit. I have served more time than the maximum sentence under the guidelines under which I was sentenced, yet my parole is continually denied (on the rare occasions when I am afforded a hearing) because I refuse to falsely confess. Amnesty International, South African Bishop Desmond Tutu, the Dalai Lama of Tibet, my Guatemalan sister Rigoberta Menchu, and many of your friends and supporters have recognized me as a political prisoner and called for my immediate release. Millions of people around the world view me as a symbol of injustice against the indigenous peoples of this land, and I have no doubt that I will go down in history as one of a long line of victims of U.S. government repression, along with Sacco and Vanzetti, the Haymarket Square martyrs, Eugene Debs, Bill Haywood, and others targeted by for their political beliefs. But neither I nor my people can afford to wait for history to rectify the crimes of the past.

As a member of the American Indian Movement, I came to the Pine Ridge Oglala reservation to defend the traditional people there from human rights violations carried out by tribal police and goon squads backed by the FBI and the highest offices of the federal government. Our symbolic occupation of Wounded Knee in 1973 inspired Indians across the Americas to struggle for their freedom and treaty rights, but it was also met by a fierce federal siege and a wave of violent repression on Pine Ridge. In 1974, AIM leader Russell Means campaigned for tribal chairman while being tried by the federal government for his role at Wounded Knee. Although Means was barred from the reservation by decree of the U.S.-client regime of Richard Wilson, he won the popular vote, only to be denied office by extensive vote fraud and control of the electoral mechanisms. Wilson's goons proceeded to shoot up pro-Means villages such as Wanblee and terrorize traditional supporters throughout the reservation, killing at least 60 people between 1973 and 1975.

It is long past time for a congressional investigation to examine the degree of federal complicity in the violent counterinsurgency that followed the occupation of Wounded Knee. The tragic shootout that led to the deaths of two FBI agents and one Native man also led not only to my false conviction, but also the termination of the Church Committee, which was investigating abuses by federal intelligence and law enforcement agents, before it could hold hearings on FBI infiltration of AIM. Despite decades of attempts by my attorneys to obtain government documents related to my case, the FBI continues to withhold thousands of documents that might tend to exonerate me or reveal compromising evidence of judicial collusion with the prosecution.

I truly believe the truth will set me free, but it will also signify a symbolic break from America's undeclared war on indigenous peoples. I hope and pray that you possess the courage and integrity to seek out the truth and the wisdom to recognize the inherent right of all peoples to self-determination, as acknowledged by the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. While your statements on federal Indian policy sound promising, your vision of "one America" has an ominous ring for Native peoples struggling to define their own national visions. If freed from colonial constraints and external intervention, indigenous nations might well serve as functioning models of the freedom and democracy to which the United States aspires.

Yours in the struggle.

Until freedom is won,

Leonard Peltier

Bonus: "Lipstick on a Pig." lol

9/11 The Day World Consciousness Changed




9/11 and the Global Consciousness Project (GCP)

"The emotional focus of millions of people on a single event like 9/11 may form a global consciousness." Global Cosnciousness Project
So, a ritual to induce a paranoid fear of muslim terrorists or a masonic stargate ritual, or both?
From Esoteric Agenda: Waco and the Oklahoma City Bombing happened on April 19th: a Pagan holiday where human sacrifice is made by fire. 9/11 happened on the Mayan Date of 6 Emochs: representing Large Scale Change. The Afghanistan attack started on the Mayan Date of 6k: representing Balancing...


Here is 9/11 Truth Protest footage from Brussels 2 years ago to show that the international community supports the American people in their quest for truth and justice.

9/11 Truth: Demonstration in Brussels, Belgium (Sep 2007)