Thursday, September 10, 2009


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Bomb Threat Forces Evacuation of DC TEA Party Planners

September 11, 2009 4:50 PM

On the eve of what organizers call a 'Big Ol' TEA Party', the Washington, D.C., offices of FreedomWorks were evacuated by DC Metro police on Friday afternoon after the conservative organization reported to authorities at 3:42 pm ET that it had received a bomb threat.

At 4:48 pm ET, the organization put out a Twitter message saying that it turned out to be a false alarm but the organization is not happy about the disruption.

My colleague, ABC News' Teddy Davis has the story:

Tens of thousands of anti-big government activists are expected in Washington on Saturday as part of a "March on Washington" being organized by FreedomWorks, a conservative group headed by former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, R-Texas.

A FreedomWorks staffer told ABC News that the organization's offices at 601 Pennsylvania Avenue were evacuated on Friday afternoon by DC Metro Police because of a bomb scare.

DC Metro police has confirmed to ABC News' Jason Ryan that the DC Metro police had, indeed, evacuated the organization's offices after being told by the organization that it had received a bomb threat.

The threat came when a man called the FreedomWorks main line and told the organization's female receptionist: "I put a bomb in your building, bitch."

The FreedomWorks staffer who spoke with ABC News said that the organization has received multiple threats but that for some reason, the DC Metro police thought that this one was credible enough to evacuate the building.

The FreedomWorks staffer did not fear for his safety but worried that it was an effort to disrupt the organization's ability to round up activists in advance of tomorrow's "March on Washington" which is expected to bring tens of thousands of activists to the nation's capital.

The FreedomWorks staffers says that 50 volunteers were forced to leave the office where they were making calls encouraging people to come to tomorrow's event.



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Potomac River Scare: Coast Guard 'Shots' During 9/11 Memorial


Coast Guard to review training exercise on Potomac

Oops another 9/11 preplanned exercise goes wrong...
Coast Guard: 'Routine' training exercise on Potomac...
Departures from National Airport halted after TV report...
TALE OF THE TAPE: CNN broadcasts audio of Coast Guard 'speaking to suspicious boat'...
VIDEO...
'Bang, bang, bang'...
White House slams CNN...
Gibbs Lectures: 'Check before reporting'...



Washington Times - Joseph Weber - ‎3 hours ago‎
"We will conduct a top-to-bottom review," Vice Adm. John P. Currier, said at a press conference outside an Coast Guard station in Washington, DC "We will ...
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SONIC WEAPONS USED IN IRAQ POSITIONED AT CONGRESSIONAL TOWNHALL MEETINGS..



September 11, 2009 (San Diego) – “Long-range acoustic devices [LRADs] for crowd control can be extremely dangerous. These are used in Iraq to control insurgents. They can cause serious and lasting harm to humans…We want to know WHY our Sheriff Dept has this weapon,” Sal Magallanez of San Diego-based Liberty One Radio said in an e-mail sent to East County Magazine, prompting a joint investigation.

The device was stationed by San Diego County Sheriff deputies at a recent town hall forum hosted by Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-San Diego) in Spring Valley and at a subsequent town hall with Congressman Darrell Issa (R-San Diego). The Davis Rally drew an estimated 1,300-1,500 people, including vocal conservative and liberal protest groups.

SHERIFF GORE AIMS FOR A BIG GOAL: MAKE SAN DIEGO THE SAFEST MAJOR COUNTY IN AMERIKA..



A public records search conducted by East County Magazine has confirmed that the device is an LRAD 500-x manufactured by San Diego-based American Technology Corporation (ATC). Capable of use as an effective loudspeaker, the LRAD also has the ability to emit a deafening tone aimed at incapacitating and dispersing a crowd without use of lethal force.

“It’s very concerning,” Kevin Keenan, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, said. “ It is fine for the Sheriff’s Department to have new less-than-lethal weapons, but for their interactions with individuals these still-dangerous weapons need to be used only as substitutes for firearms. They can’t be used as just another tool on the tool belt. As we’ve seen with tasers and pepper spray, these types of weapons are being used to subdue people even though they pose the risk of serious physical harm.”

He added, “Even more concerning is having these weapons for public order policing. I can imagine no situation, or am not aware of any situation that’s ever happened in San Diego County or is likely to happen that would justify using these weapons for public order policing to control a crowd. The main effect of having those weapons at public events is to chill people and chill free speech and free association.”

LRADs were developed by ATC at the request of the U.S. Navy after the attack on the U.S.S. Cole as a means of dissuading hostile invaders. ATC founder Elwood "Woody" Norris is a pioneer in sound technology who has also been instrumental in development of ultra-sound and ground penetrating radar.

Cruise ship Captain Michael Groves successfully repelled pirates off the Somali coast using non-lethal weapons including an LRAD. Groves has since filed suit against Carnival Cruise Line, claiming he suffered permanent hearing loss as a result, the BBC has reported. Navy News describes the LRAD as "louder than a jet engine" and helpfully explains that it overwhelms its targets with "sound so loud they hear it inside their heads."

ATC initially sold LRADs primarily to the U.S. military, but has since sold products internationally and domestically. The company and its representatives have not limited sales to military, maritime and law enforcement personnel, however. Local lifeguards and even Liberty One Radio are among potential customers to whom ATC’s sales force has attempted to peddle LRADs.

Liberty One Radio host Mike Copass, a former Democratic Congressional candidate who ran against Davis, tried to interview the Sheriff’s officer who appeared to be in charge of the device, which was mounted on a Rhino all-terrain vehicle. But Magallanez said the official “acted as if he didn’t know what it was.”

East County Magazine contacted Lieutenant Anthony Ray at the Lemon Grove sheriff substation. “I was the incident commander,” said Ray, who confirmed that the device was an LRAD but was not sure of the model. “It’s a really loud speaker,” he said, adding that the device is used to assure that announcements can be heard over the din of a crowd. “We’ll often use a helicopter, but this is something portable,” he explained. The device has also been present at a sand-castle building competition in Imperial Beach and could be deployed at any large event locally, since the Sheriff’s office is sometimes subcontracted by other cities within San Diego County to provide security.

Asked if he was aware that the device had a deterrent capability that includes a directed sound loud enough to cause hearing loss, he replied, “You mean like they use in Iraq? I can’t imagine we’d do that, because it would hurt our own people at the same time…I can’t believe that we would use the kind of thing on a crowd that the military does,” he said, adding that the deputy on the Rhino was not wearing protective earphones. “There were deputies right in front, too,” he observed, but added that he would have to “go home and look this up on Google” to learn more.

In an interview last week with newly appointed Sheriff Bill Gore, formerly the Undersheriff, East County Magazine posed the following questions about LRADs.

ECM: Crowd control has been in the news with the Francine Busby pepper spray incident. Now some have expressed concern after spotting long-range acoustical devices (LRADs) at Congressional members Susan Davis and Darrell Issa town hall forums on healthcare. We understand these devices can be used as loudspeakers, to avoid need for a helicopter to address large crowds—

GORE: That’s not the primary purpose.

ECM: They’re also called sonic cannons, capable of directing a deterrent sound. They’ve been used in IRAQ on insurgents and to repel pirates.

GORE: That’s a precaution in case you need it.

ECM: LRADs can cause permanent hearing loss and other health problems. What make and model LRAD do you have, what are the guidelines for when these may be used, what training is provided, and how can you assure that your deputies and innocent bystanders won’t be hurt?

GORE: Our deputies have the required training.

He indicated that he did not consider LRAD technology to be a non-lethal weapon, such as tasers and pepper spray, then deferred other questions on this topic pending results of a public records request submitted by ECM.

However, Defense Update, a British defense contracting publication, lists LRADs as “non-lethal directed energy weapons. The publication states: “LRAD works like a highly directional, high power megaphone, able to blast sounds (such as crowd-dispersal instructions in Arabic) in a narrow beam and with great clarity at a deafening 150 decibels (50 times the human threshold of pain). LRAD can also create deafening noises which can incapacitate people within 300 meters by “firing” short bursts of intense acoustic energy.”

An article from Atomic Scientists at describes the device’s “ear-piercing siren” and confirms it has been used by U.S. Marines in Fallujah. The device has also been used by New York City Police for crowd control during the Republican National Convention. A technology article at GovPro.com states that the LRAD system “transmits powerful deterrent tones, by which piercing sound can cause pain, nausea, disorientation and possibly even hearing damage.”

Our records search confirmed that the Sheriff’s Deparment purchased an LRAD 500-X and on-site training instruction for $37,500 on July 21, 2008 supplied by the Lorimar Group, which signed an LRAD reseller agreement with ATC in 2006. In responses to questions asking whether the deterrent sound feature has been deployed locally or whether any complaints of harm have been received, the Sheriff’s office responded that no such records are available.

The manufacturer’s specifications indicate that “The superior voice intelligibility and clarity of LRAD 500X provides a directional audio beam that can communicate with 100% intelligibility over 88 dB of background noise beyond 300 meters and capable of communicating over 2000 meters away in a benign environment. LRAD 500X operators have the ability to issue clear, authoritative verbal commands, followed with powerful deterrent tones to enhance response capabilities.” Moreover, the spec sheet indicates the device has a frequenty range of +/- 5dB over a 500 to 5kHz range, with a maximum volume of 148dB at 1 meter continuous and over 95 dB at 300 meters.

Ironically, the devices positioned at healthcare reform rallies hosted by Congressional members Susan Davis and Darrell Issa have the potential to cause serious health harm if its sonic crowd control feature is deployed, one medical professional informed East county Magazine. Dr. Mike Copass Sr. (father of radio personality Mike Copass) confirmed that "148 db, the max sound of the 500x ATC LRAD, will damage/destroy human hearing and damage, potentially, the brain."

That detail hasn't deterred sales. ATC media and industrial relations representative Robert Putnam informed Liberty One Media that “Business is looking really good.” He said thousands of LRAD models have been sold worldwide, hundreds have been sold in California, and that two or three units have been sold within San Diego County, but declined to release agency names.

At least one use of an LRAD deterrent sound system used against a civilian crowd of demonstrators by riot police in the former Soviet-block nation of Georgia has been recorded on video.

In an interview with East County Magazine, Putman initially denied that the Sheriff’s office had been sold an LRAD made by ATC. But when informed that Sheriff’s documents confirm the purchase, he said the company uses distributors—raising the question of how many more devices have been sold—and to whom. “ATC has 95% of the LRAD market which we helped create. Before, there was really no acoustic hailing and warning device,” he added.

Putnam objected to the term “sonic cannon”, responding, “It’s not a sound cannon. It gets their attention and hopefully gets them to comply.”

He also denied that the company’s LRADs can cause hearing problems or other health concerns. “No, not true,” he said. “You’d have to be in close proximity for several minutes in order to have any damage at all. If you willingly stand in that beam for an extended situation, then that’s your choice. There’s no way a large crowd would stay.” He said the company provides hands-on training to customers and has not had any lawsuits filed over damaged related to LRADs. The company is now offering a hand-held model, he added, which costs about $5,000 and can emit noise levels up to 135 dB. The device can also be adapted to have a high-powered light, infrared night vision, or the ability to translate commands into a foreign language.

Bullhorns are ineffective in large crowds, carrying only 20-25 yards and suffering distortion, he said. “With our LRAD, you are good to up to three kilometers. The 500-x is good for about a kilometer or a kilometer and a half.” Activation of the deterrent tone is a function of the volume control, not a separate switch, he confirmed. “But they are also highly directional, so people operating them don’t get anywhere near.”

He defended use of the technology as a non-lethal way to provide warnings and to prevent innocent people from being harmed, such as fishermen who venture too close to a military vessel, international border, or nuclear station. “The whole point is to save lives,” he said. “If you’re a bad guy and keep coming, or wear protective headgear and keep coming, then you know they are not there innocently and you ratchet up the response.”

He also revealed potential new domestic uses for the LRAD technology. “We are also excited to save wildlife,” Putnam said. “We are working on trial tests to clear birds out of runways because when a jet is taking off or landing, that’s when it is most vulnerable to a bird strike.” Such technology could potentially save passenger and crew lives as well. He also predicts the technology could be useful to prevent bird deaths from drinking tainted water at mining tailing ponds or flying into wind turbine blades at wind farms, as well as preventing damage to solar panels from bird defecations. Birds would not suffer damage unless exposed to the deterrent signal tone for several minutes, added.

Seattle Weekly has warned that an LRAD device could be “an extremely attractive implement of torture in the wrong hands—or an equally alluring engine of light terrorism in others. Imagine how easily a miscreant could trash any sort of outdoor gathering.”

That concern raises troubling questions about just how closely ATC screens potential buyers of its long-range acoustical devices.

San Diego Life Guard Mike Russell told Liberty One Radio that life guards were approached by ATC about purchasing an LRAD unit similar to the LRAD-500x seen at the Susan Davis rally. An ATC sales represented “tried to sell it to the Lifeguard service for focused warnings in the middle of crowds or in the water,” he recalled, adding that the equipment was not purchased due to the high cost.

Asked by East County Magazine whether the sales rep disclosed the unit’s weapons capacity, Russell replied, “I was just told that it could be used “like an audio laser-beam” to speak to an individual or small group up to 300 yards away, without disturbing the people all along the beach. This seemed like great potential, people entering ripc urrents, or even in rip currents, could be communicated with, without disturbing the rest of the beach with the traditional loud speakers.” He added, “I wasn’t informed about any dangers to hearing, but I was just listening to the sales pitch guy indirectly…Perhaps the senior staff were informed.” A call to a senior lifeguard official was not returned by press deadline.

Liberty One Media (a politically progressive media outlet currently posting podcasts online while raising funds to purchase a broadcast station) sent an e-mail to ATC inquiring about purchasing an LRAD for use at concerts. The manufacturer sent sales literature, including a technical specification sheet, without warning about potential weapons usage—or inquiring about backgrounds of those seeking to purchase the product.

The ACLU's local director voiced serious concerns over ATC's efforts to market acoustic weapons to lifeguards and radio stations. “I think it’s inappropriate for commercial or private use, “ Keenan concluded. “There should be laws restricting it to law enforcement or military purposes.”

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Iran, Brazil can play major roles in new world order: FM

Xinhua - ‎Sep 10, 2009‎
TEHRAN, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- Iran's foreign minister said Iran and Brazil can play major roles in new world order, the official IRNA news agency reported ...

World system moves towards new order: Singapore official

Xinhua - ‎Sep 10, 2009‎
Speaking here at a forum dinner, She said that three trends have already begun to take shape towards a new world order, namely rebalancing of the global ...

A year after financial crisis, a new world order emerges

MiamiHerald.com - Kevin G. Hall - ‎Sep 8, 2009‎
WASHINGTON -- One year after the near collapse of the global financial system, this much is clear: The financial world as we knew it is ...

How About a Public Option for a New World Order?

Student Operated Press - ‎Sep 9, 2009‎
By SOP newswire2 The charges of irregularities in the Afghan and Iranian elections have raised the broader issue of how frequently international observers ...

'Social Media Dad' Sees an iPhone-Powered New World Order

AdAge.com - Pete Blackshaw - ‎Sep 9, 2009‎
Mind you, I'm not alluding to Bob Garfield's "Chaos Scenario" (a provocative read, by the way) but, rather, to what I learned about the all-devices-in-one ...

Financial News: New World Order Beckons For Bank Chiefs

Wall Street Journal - Vivek Ahuja, Harry Wilson - ‎Sep 3, 2009‎
Two of Europe's most senior executives at banks that have managed to avoid taking state support during the ...

A “New World Order” May NOT Be Good For Real Estate Industry

Real Estate News | BiggerPockets.com - ‎Sep 9, 2009‎
An article out of the McClatchy Newspapers group caught my eye today…in particular some numbers that may not bode well for a robust real estate industry ...

Asia rebound after crisis points to new order

AFP - ‎Sep 10, 2009‎
"As Asian economies recover, a new world order in which Asia emerges relatively stronger is likely," Charan wrote in the Straits Times newspaper. ...

Rebuilding the world after the second world war

guardian.co.uk - ‎9 hours ago‎
... attitudes that had helped to produce the war, and to build a new world order... that would prevent such a catastrophe from ever happening again.

9/11 World Trade Center Collapse: Kerosene Fire, Controlled ...

The People's Voice - Robert Singer - ‎14 hours ago‎
Griffin's major project at present is in fact, “to develop a theology for a New World Order.” [8] Dr. Griffin, like Jones, lectures frequently at ...
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Tupac vs. The Illuminati: Hmmmm … Is There More Behind This?

The late Tupac Shakur was always one to speak his mind, even if it put his life in danger. This statement, many feel, led to his downfall and subsequent passing.

During his time in the limelight, Pac rapped and discussed topics such as his own death regularly, called out names of predominant street figures, and spoke extensively about the "Illuminati."

This Illuminati is a long-rumored secret society who is said to control governments and countries behind a curtain without the general population knowing. Could this group be behind the rapper's killing?

In searching Google, I've read several theories that about Pac being targeted by the Illuminati because of his influence and because he couldn't be controled. While a theory like this sounds crazy, it's widely discussed on the internet.

Here's an interesting three-part video series on YouTube, which features Tupac exposing the Illuminati, explaining why he named one of his last albums Makaveli: The Don Killuminati and its meaning, and several other conspiracy theories.

Killuminati : Tupac Exposing The Illuminati, Pt. 1


Killuminati : Tupac Exposing The Illuminati, Pt. 2


Killuminati : Tupac Exposing The Illuminati, Pt. 3


Sound off in the comments below. Tell us your thoughts, opinions ... and discuss this theory.

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Dark Days Loom Ahead in The Secret World

Funcom has taken the wraps off of The Secret World, an modern-day MMOG that posits the question: What if every myth, conspiracy theory and urban legend was true?

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We've known about Funcom's alternate-reality MMORPG (that may or may not be connected to cult classic adventure The Longest Journey) for a while now, but it wasn't until last weekend at PAX that the game was formally unveiled. While it's certainly way too early to pass any sort of judgment on the game, what little we've seen is looking pretty darn cool.

The game doesn't take place in a foreign world like Norrath or Azeroth, but rather in our very own world in the present day - just a world where every little bit of mythology and legend is true. From the official website:

Imagine if every myth, conspiracy theory and urban legend was true. Imagine if your worst nightmare came to life. Imagine a world where vampires hunt for mortal blood in dingy London nightclubs, where werewolves lurk in the sewers beneath Seoul, and where the undead prey on the living in the shadows of New York City. This is the premise for «The Secret World», Funcom's upcoming massively multiplayer online game set in the modern day real world.

Player characters will be able to "throw themselves" into the bustling nightlives of some of the world's biggest urban areas, and shop for fiery katanas and powerful automatic rifles alongside shopping for the most stylish new outfits (presumably). Beyond shopping, though, they'll also be able to join secret societies like the Illuminati, the Dragon and the Templars (the three revealed thus far) in order to, uh, mess some creatures of myth and legend up.

From the screenshots we've seen thus far, it's got a pretty cool visual style, and let's face it: Any game that lets you take on a golem made from what looks like the concrete remnants of presumably a bridge or other building, is a game that earns points in my book.

Funcom has an office down here in Durham, North Carolina - otherwise known as The Escapist home turf - so who knows? We might just drop by and see if we can get some dirt on this very unique-looking MMORPG sometime soon. Stay tuned.

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New Novel Examines Alien Conspiracies and Parallel Dimensions



SAN ANTONIO, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- In his new science-fiction novel,
"Rainmaker" (published by AuthorHouse), author Stephen Kuehn tells a
captivating story of Earth's hopeful journey toward survival. The struggles,
controversies and catastrophes in this journey to save mankind test even the
strongest of heroes. Kuehn writes:

From a distance Axis City was an improbable display of intelligent
order--civilization in a desolate place most folks considered to be
uninhabitable. Its streets were arranged in neat rows, many of which
were lined with trees, all in the midst of an unforgiving wasteland
that stalked it borders like a pack of starved coyotes--desperate and
inevitable. That was the impression, anyway. Of all people, Drake
knew this impression of civility was only a mirage...another trick of
the desert.


In Earth's ancient past, visitors from another star system placed seven stones
in the earth to channel the planet's psychic energy. Like most of Earth's
cosmic history, the reason for doing this has long since been forgotten, but
the legend remains. The tales of the earth stones and their immense psychic
powers still fascinate mankind thousands of years after the civilization that
created them has moved on. It is rumored that the fourth of the seven stones,
known as the heart stone, resides along a desolate lay-line running from
coastal Mexico to the heart of North America.

Over the centuries, many have searched for the stones, collecting clues and
continuing their endless search by process of elimination. The fourth stone is
said to grant the possessor with the ability to transform thoughts into
reality; it is no surprise that this is a highly coveted prize among Earth's
more ambitious factions. The Illuminati, eternal in their thirst for conquest,
and the ultra-secretive Reptilians are the front-runners in the pursuit of
this singular relic. Their tireless search for this stone that the locals call
"Rainmaker" is a smoke screen of secrecy, where the best secrets are held by
those who are no longer alive to repeat them. Kuehn explains his impetus for
writing "Rainmaker":

I like a good adventure. I had a roommate that rented from me a few
years ago and she was a conspiracy theorist of the highest order.
Illuminati, reptilian shape-shifters have infiltrated the world
governments, meditation can create reality, and all of that. She had
bookshelves full of books and videos about these topics. After a few
months of hearing about time-loops and alternate realities, I had a
pretty good idea what I was going to write next.


About the Author:

Stephen Kuehn was born in St. Louis in 1970. Since then, he has traveled
throughout the United States and around the world, making his current home
deep in the heart of Texas. Over the years he has worked as a writer, editor,
kitchen manager, fitness trainer, artist, college tutor, disc jockey and farm
hand.

AuthorHouse is the premier book publisher for emerging, self-published
authors. For more information, please visit http://www.authorhouse.com.

EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact:
Kristy Ketterman
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+1-812-349-0624, kketterman@authorhouse.com
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Matt Bellamy's lizard theory moan

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has complained that journalists are more interested in his views on a conspiracy theory about lizards rather than his political ideals.

The singer, who has an interest in conspiracy theories - such as that some world leaders are related to a secret race of reptiles - but doesn't necessarily believe in them, said he was tired of reporters not taking his political views seriously.

Referring to a recent interview in a prestigious music magazine, Matt said: "The thing is, I was talking to them about other stuff that's much more interesting and serious; constitutional reform, how we should change the way we vote for the Prime Minister and that sort of thing - but no, they're more interested in lizards."


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The Theory is Now a Conspiracy And Facts Don’t Lie

By JB Williams Thursday, September 10, 2009

Though we live in an era when all undesirable facts are often blindly labeled “conspiracy theories” by political operatives with an agenda at risk, a very real conspiracy unfolds every now and then.

While it is indeed true that not all theories are actual conspiracies, like when Hillary Clinton developed an imaginary “right-wing conspiracy” out to get her husband, when in fact, the semen stained dress provided all the necessary (but unfriendly) facts and a perfectly logical explanation for all of those nasty rumors – it is also true that some conspiracies are much more than just crackpot theory.

To be a bonafide conspiracy, two or more individuals must knowingly conspire, plot or plan an evil, unlawful, treacherous, or surreptitious act. In politics or law, an agreement by two or more persons to commit a crime, fraud, or other wrongful act, is a “conspiracy.” Not in theory, but in reality.

Such is the case today!

A political national committee, the Chair of the Party convention, the Secretary of the Party, Party offices in each of fifty states, and maybe many – many more, have knowingly and wantonly defrauded the American election system and more than 300 million American citizens.

They plotted and planned an act of evil, unlawful, treacherous fraud in a blind quest for unbridled political power, and they hoped that you would never catch it. They almost got away with it too…

They snuck it past fifty state election commissions, congress, the US Supreme Court and Justice Department, the Federal Elections Commission and countless members of the Electoral College nationwide. Not a single member of the, as Limbaugh says, “drive-by media” caught it either, or if they did, they decided to become complicit for their own political reasons.

But as is always the case with liars, cheats and thieves, they slip up – make a silly mistake – overplay their hand – leave evidence lying around that they had forgotten about. And as with all chronic liars, they eventually get caught in their own web of lies.

Then, one day, someone stumbles into that evidence, and the house of cards comes crashing down around them. It’s almost poetic…

The Mistake

Aware of the fact that Barack Hussein Obama does NOT meet Article II – Section I constitutional requirements for the office of President, what well-seasoned professional politician would be stupid enough to sign their name and stake their personal career upon certifying Obama as eligible?

Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates are nominated at their respective Party Conventions.

Believe it or not, each Party is assigned the duty of vetting and certifying the legal eligibility of their own candidates. I know, like asking the fox to guard the henhouse, right. But hey, we are talking about a country which still thinks there is a separation of powers between the High Court and the Executive branch, which seats that court by way of political appointment, confirmed by congress, which wants a piece of the judge and expects a few political favors too.

The Evidence

In this case, the Democrat Party was responsible for vetting and certifying Barack Hussein Obama as legally eligible to seek the Oval Office. The U.S. Constitution has only three very specific requirements for the job. The proper legal text used on the DNC Party “Official Certification of Nomination” document reads as follows, and I quote;

“THIS IS TO CERTIFY that at the National Convention of the Democrat Party of the United States of America, held in Denver, Colorado on August 25 though 28, 2008, the following were duly nominated as candidates of said Party for President and Vice President of the United States respectively and that the following candidates for President and Vice President of the United States are legally qualified to serve under the provisions of the United States Constitution.”


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Yes, I know…. there is a typo in there. Not my typo, it belongs to whoever prepared the official document at the DNC. Did you catch it?

The document is signed by Chair of the DNC Convention and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, DNC Secretary Alice Travis Germond and Colorado Notary of Public Shalifa A. Williamson. It is dated August 28, 2008.

However, this document was never delivered to a single state DNC Office for state certification, and it was therefore, never presented to any state Election Commission as certification of these candidates, although I do have a copy of this notarized document myself.

Instead, a very similar document was delivered to fifty state DNC offices, which those offices certified to each of fifty state Election Commissions, who then date-stamped the document and stuck it in a file cabinet, and proceeded to place these “certified” candidates on the ballot.

The “Official Certification of Nomination” that was presented by the DNC in all fifty states for the 2008 Presidential election, in which Barack Hussein Obama became the new President of the United States, was almost identical, and it too was signed by Chair of the DNC Convention and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, DNC Secretary Alice Travis Germond and Notary of Public Shalifa A. Williamson, dated August 28, 2008.

But this version of the document was missing the following text, and I quote;

“- and that the following candidates for President and Vice President of the United States are legally qualified to serve under the provisions of the United States Constitution.”

The legal certification text on the DNC certified nomination document used for the DNC ticket was limited to, and I quote;

“THIS IS TO CERTIFY that at the National Convention of the Democrat Party of the United States of America, held in Denver, Colorado on August 25 though 28, 2008, the following were duly nominated as candidates of said Party for President and Vice President of the United States respectively:

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Oops, another typo? The reference to Obama’s constitutional eligibility was missing… An accidental omission?

The text certifying that Barack Hussein Obama was “legally qualified to serve under the provisions of the United States Constitution” had been removed from the document sent to the states. And yes, I have a copy of this version of the DNC Official Certification of Nomination letter too!

In fact, this version is in Election Commission files of all fifty state Election Commission offices, state DNC headquarters, complete with date stamps, matching signatures, even the same Notary of Public authentication, and absent the constitutional text.

Just in case you are wondering, the answer is yes. This version also includes the same typo present in the version not submitted by the DNC, but including the constitutional text, which means both documents have the same place of origin.

The individual at DNC headquarters who prepared this very important document was not only a poor typist… they were sloppy enough to leave both versions of the signed documents lying around.

Now this is the stuff real conspiracies are made of!

The Implications

Please, allow me to connect the dots here…

  • The DNC drafted, signed and notarized TWO slightly different versions of their Official Certification of Nomination documents, not one.
  • One of those documents had complete legal language, and one of them was missing the text concerning the constitutional eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama.
  • The version which is absent any certification of constitutional standing for the office of President is the version that was filed with every state in the country, and the one used by the DNC to elect Barack Obama President.

Oh, there is one more important document in this story.

The RNC “Official Certification of Nomination” for John McCain and Sarah Palin reads, and I quote:

“We do hereby certify that a national convention of Delegates representing the Republican Party of the United States, duly held and convened in the city of Saint Paul, State of Minnesota, on September 4, 2008, the following person, meeting the constitutional requirements for the Office of President of the United States, and the following person, meeting the constitutional requirements for the Office of Vice President of the Unites States, were nominated for such offices to be filled at the ensuing general election, November 4, 2008, viz;”

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The certification of constitutional eligibility is there in the RNC Certification of Nomination presented to the state Election Commissions. It’s there in the document which the DNC had prepared, signed and notarized, but did NOT deliver to the states.

But it is NOT there in the DNC Certification of Nomination that the DNC used to certify and elect Barack Hussein Obama President and Joseph Biden Vice President of the United States of America.

Last, the fact that TWO DNC Certifications exist, both signed, dated and notarized by the same individuals on the same day, means that a very real conspiracy to commit election fraud was underway, and since it took until six months after the election to uncover it, the conspiracy was indeed successful.

Are you still wondering why Barack Obama has spent nearly $1.5 million in taxpayer’s funds to race Department of Justice lawyers around the country to stop all cases questioning Obama’s eligibility before discovery can force Obama to open up his top secret life?

Now I realize that leftists, I mean liberals, no “progressives” – don’t like getting all bogged down in minutia and nit-picky details like the Constitution, but this is actually very serious business here. We are talking about the top-down leadership of the ruling political Party knowingly and wantonly defrauding voters by way of playing monkey business with fraudulent election documents.

As Al Gore once said, the debate is OVER!

There is no honest debate on the matter anymore. Obama is NOT a constitutional president, which is to say, we do NOT have a constitutional federal administration at present and every anti-American policy of the last six months is also, BINGO! – Unconstitutional!

What is still in question however – does any court in America have the backbone to do what must be done? – And what do the American people do, if not one court in the nation has that kind of constitutional backbone today?

Obama’s DOJ has thus far been successful in blocking the people’s access to the courts by claiming that no American citizen, including another presidential candidate, has “proper standing” to demand proof of Obama’s constitutional eligibility for the office he fraudulently holds.

To be very clear, the RNC nomination form filed with the states certifies that John McCain met all constitutional requirements for the Office of President. But the DNC nomination form filed with the states is absent any such language.

I know what I conclude from these facts, but what do you conclude from these facts?

More importantly, what will a court of law conclude? Will they ever even agree to hear the evidence?

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ANAK Krakatau: The Father, The Son and The Tongues of Fire -- Part Three

The Mahabarata chronicles the events and epics of the Bhārata dynasty and offers genealogical listings of mortals mingling with gods and goddesses often producing offspring which are held in demi-god status. The Ramayana is a second Sanskrit epic, the history of Lord RAMA, the King, the Perfect Man, and his lifelong escapades with his faithful servant, HANUMAN, the monkey god and his monkey army against the Demon King, Ravanna. Having swept through Lanka during a daring rescue, Hanuman is said to have burned the fortress of Ravanna with the third part of his tail. Heavily influenced by Indonesian culture, contemporary author Arthur C. Clarke published Rendevous with Rama, a futuristic novel which named its alien starship, RAMA, designed to track near-earth objects following an asteroid collision in Italy on September 11, 2077. An earlier fascination with the Indonesia and a fictional volcano Krakan and the “child of Krakan” is reflected in another composition, Songs of a Distant Earth... The hour is late, the data evaluated, the conclusions will be unmistakable. But what will be the trigger? What event, in this PANORAMA of possible mechanisms will light the fuse? The evidence was once speculative to this author and contributors. It is no longer. An ancient hate has spawned the seething catalyst. Technology has provided the method of discovery. It has a name and it has a number.
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912 Project send off to D.C. Raw Footage


The Largest Mass Revolt in History on Washington has begun...Last night Mr. Obama poked fun and belittled the those true Patriots that were at the Tea Parties. The plans now to get to Washington DC on 9-12. is complete
The 9.12 Project Network sent off those to be a part of History tonight and I was there to record it. I captured Chris Mcully's interview with the local News 15 Channel
who is the groups Chairman.
http://www.meetup.com/FortWayne912/
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