Tuesday, October 31, 2006

While You Sleep II

In a stealth maneuver, President Bush has signed into law a provision which, according to Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont), will actually encourage the President to declare federal martial law (1). It does so by revising the Insurrection Act, a set of laws that limits the President's ability to deploy troops within the United States. The Insurrection Act (10 U.S.C.331 -335) has historically, along with the Posse Comitatus Act (18 U.S.C.1385), helped to enforce strict prohibitions on military involvement in domestic law enforcement. With one cloaked swipe of his pen, Bush is seeking to undo those prohibitions.

Public Law 109-364, or the "John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007" (H.R.5122) (2), which was signed by the commander in chief on October 17th, 2006, in a private Oval Office ceremony, allows the President to declare a "public emergency" and station troops anywhere in America and take control of state-based National Guard units without the consent of the governor or local authorities, in order to "suppress public disorder."

President Bush seized this unprecedented power on the very same day that he signed the equally odious Military Commissions Act of 2006. In a sense, the two laws complement one another. One allows for torture and detention abroad, while the other seeks to enforce acquiescence at home, preparing to order the military onto the streets of America. Remember, the term for putting an area under military law enforcement control is precise; the term is "martial law."

Section 1076 of the massive Authorization Act, which grants the Pentagon another $500-plus-billion for its ill-advised adventures, is entitled, "Use of the Armed Forces in Major Public Emergencies." Section 333, "Major public emergencies; interference with State and Federal law" states that "the President may employ the armed forces, including the National Guard in Federal service, to restore public order and enforce the laws of the United States when, as a result of a natural disaster, epidemic, or other serious public health emergency, terrorist attack or incident, or other condition in any State or possession of the United States, the President determines that domestic violence has occurred to such an extent that the constituted authorities of the State or possession are incapable of ("refuse" or "fail" in) maintaining public order, "in order to suppress, in any State, any insurrection, domestic violence, unlawful combination, or conspiracy."

For the current President, "enforcement of the laws to restore public order" means to commandeer guardsmen from any state, over the objections of local governmental, military and local police entities; ship them off to another state; conscript them in a law enforcement mode; and set them loose against "disorderly" citizenry - protesters, possibly, or those who object to forced vaccinations and quarantines in the event of a bio-terror event.

The law also facilitates militarized police round-ups and detention of protesters, so called "illegal aliens," "potential terrorists" and other "undesirables" for detention in facilities already contracted for and under construction by Halliburton. That's right. Under the cover of a trumped-up "immigration emergency" and the frenzied militarization of the southern border, detention camps are being constructed right under our noses, camps designed for anyone who resists the foreign and domestic agenda of the Bush administration.

Nestle Contractor Number 705

Occassionally I go back into my blog to check my old videos. So I found that this one too has been deleted. It shows a millionaire white guy cussing white people and praising illegal Mexicans who he pays $10 per hour at a chocolate plant. Google is responsible for this deletion. FUCK GOOGLE!!!!Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting

More Censorship

Mahmood's Den is a WORLD CLASS blog. Mahmood lives in Bahrain. He contributes mightily to world peace and understanding.

Well yesterday "His-Majesty-The-King" put the qua-eat-us on Mahmood and CENSORED Mahmood's Den.

MANAMA, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Bahrain has blocked several Web sites for violating a reporting ban in the case of a government adviser who was deported after alleging election irregularities.

Authorities imposed a ban on publishing information about the case of the adviser, British citizen Salah al-Bander, who was sacked and deported to Britain in September for what a minister said was an attempt to foment civil strife in the Gulf state.

The case, known as Bandergate, initially made headlines in the country which is due to hold parliamentary and municipal elections on Nov. 25. Officials say the reporting ban was imposed to ensure an impartial investigation.

“The information ministry has decided to close a number of Bahraini and foreign Web sites … These sites transgressed a legal decision prohibiting the discussion of the case of the accused Salah al-Bander,” Hassan Oun, director of press and publications at the ministry, said in a statement.

“The information ministry will refer the owners of these sites to the judges for not cooperating and complying with the law,” said the statement obtained by Reuters on Tuesday.

Among the blocked Web sites was popular Bahraini blog www.mahmood.tv which is often a forum for political debate and government criticism. It re-opened under www.alyousif.tv, with a photograph of site owner Mahmood al-Yousif wearing a gag.

“It’s unreasonable. Whether you like it or not, everybody is discussing the Bandergate issue,” Yousif told Reuters. “The main issue here is much bigger than Bandergate or registering Web sites. They’re trying to get us to rescind our public freedoms.”

An Information Ministry official, who declined to be named, said some sites were blocked because they did not register with the government. The official said the law requiring registration aimed to prevent misinformation and insults against the state.

Sectarian tensions often cast a shadow over politics in Bahrain, a U.S. ally which is ruled by Sunni Muslims but has a Shi’ite majority.

((Reporting by Mohammed Abbas; editing by Robert Woodward; +973-1752 4430; Fax + 973 17536194; Email: dubai.newsroom@reuters.com))

Check it out HERE: Mahmood's Den.

The New World Order is laying down control grids worldwide.

Friday, October 27, 2006

Google Is Still Evil

Once again Google, whose motto is "Don't Be Evil," is censoring a video to keep it off of the Google Top 100 Video list. Google is doing this in the same manner that Google used three times to keep Terrorstorm from climbing into the TOP TEN list. Google stops the hit counters, sets them back a few thousand, and sometimes even zeros them out. The three time that Google was caught doing this to Terrorstorm, Google said that this was "an accident." Of course, after this, Google did not restore the hit counters to their correct settings.

This time the video is America: Freedom to Fascism by award winning film maker Aaron Russo. I have linked it here for your viewing convenience.

Google has long been known to censor it's search engine in nations controlled by dictators. This includes assisting the Communist rulers of China to track down bloggers and imprison them for a decade because of the bloggers' posting freedom oriented material on the Internet. Now, Google is bringing censorship to America.

Google is evil. Once agin, here is what the head cock-suckers, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, look like:

So there you go again sheeple. Do NOT complain to Google! Do NOT watch this powerful video. Go to sleep. STAY asleep. Be good mindless "citizens" and watch the evening news.

Monday, October 23, 2006

USA Today

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

While You Sleep

AP | October 17, 2006

WASHINGTON - President Bush signed legislation Tuesday authorizing tough interrogation of terror suspects and smoothing the way for trials before military commissions, calling it a "vital tool" in the war against terrorism.

Bush's plan for treatment of the terror suspects became law just six weeks after he acknowledged that the
CIA had been secretly interrogating suspected terrorists overseas and pressed Congress to quickly give authority to try them in military commissions.

"With the bill I'm about to sign, the men our intelligence officials believe orchestrated the murder of nearly 3,000 innocent people will face justice," Bush said.

A coalition of religious groups staged a protest against the bill outside the White House, shouting "Bush is the terrorist" and "Torture is a crime." About 15 of the protesters, standing in a light rain, refused orders to move. Police arrested them one by one.

Among those the United States hopes to try are Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the accused mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, as well as Ramzi Binalshibh, an alleged would-be 9/11 hijacker, and Abu Zubaydah, who was believed to be a link between
Osama bin Laden and many al-Qaida cells.

"It is a rare occasion when a president can sign a bill that he knows will save American lives," Bush said. "I have that privilege this morning."

Bush signed the bill in the White House East Room, at a table with a sign positioned on the front that said "Protecting America." He said he signed it in memory of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks.

"We will answer brutal murder with patient justice," Bush said. "Those who kill the innocent will be held to account."

Among those in the audience were military officers, lawmakers who helped pass the bill and members of Bush's Cabinet.

He singled out for praise, among others, Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, who has come under sharp criticism in recent months as violence has soared in

The law protects detainees from blatant abuses during questioning — such as rape, torture and "cruel and inhuman" treatment — but does not require that any of them be granted legal counsel. Also, it specifically bars detainees from filing habeas corpus petitions challenging their detentions in federal courts. Bush said the process is "fair, lawful and necessary."

"The bill I sign today helps secure this country and it sends a clear message: This nation is patient and decent and fair and we will never back down from threats to our freedom," Bush said. "We are as determined today as we were on the morning of Sept. 12, 2001."

Many Democrats opposed the legislation because they said it eliminated rights of defendants considered fundamental to American values, such as a person's ability to go to court to protest their detention and the use of coerced testimony as evidence. Bush acknowledged that the law came amid dispute.

"Over the past few months, the debate over this bill has been heated and the questions raised can seem complex," he said. "Yet, with the distance of history, the questions will be narrowed and few. Did this generation of Americans take the threat seriously? And did we do what it takes to defeat that threat?"

The American Civil Liberties Union said the new law is "one of the worst civil liberties measures ever enacted in American history."

"The president can now, with the approval of Congress, indefinitely hold people without charge, take away protections against horrific abuse, put people on trial based on hearsay evidence, authorize trials that can sentence people to death based on testimony literally beaten out of witnesses, and slam shut the courthouse door for habeas petitions," said ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero.

"Nothing could be further from the American values we all hold in our hearts than the Military Commissions Act," he said.

The swift implementation of the law is a rare bit of good news for Bush as casualties mount in Iraq in daily violence. Lawmakers are increasingly calling for a change of strategy and political anxieties are jeopardizing Republican's chances of hanging onto control of Congress.

Bush needed the legislation because the Supreme Court in June said the administration's plan for trying detainees in military tribunals violated U.S. and international law.

The legislation, which sets the rules for court proceedings, applies to those selected by the military for prosecution and leaves mostly unaffected the majority of the 14,000 prisoners in U.S. custody, most of whom are in Iraq.

The Pentagon had previously selected 10 prisoners at Guantanamo Bay prison to be tried. Bush is expected also to try some or all the 14 suspects held by the CIA in secret prisons and recently transferred to military custody at Guantanamo.

The bill also eliminates some rights common in military and civilian courts. For example, the commission would be allowed to consider hearsay evidence so long as a judge determined it was reliable. Hearsay is barred from civilian courts.

The legislation also says the president can "interpret the meaning and application" of international standards for prisoner treatment, a provision intended to allow him to authorize aggressive interrogation methods that might otherwise be seen as illegal by international courts. White House press secretary Tony Snow said Bush would probably eventually issue an executive order that would describe his interpretation, but those documents are not usually made public and Snow did not reveal when it might be issued.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Say Cheese

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Google Is Evil

"Google's Top 100 Videos" is a popular feature on the Internet. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as "Google's Top 100 Videos." What IS on the Internet is "Google's Top 100 Censored Videos."

I can hear you sheeple now. Your accusatory voices echo in my brain: "How can Google censor videos? After all, it's in the fine print right there that they can set their own standards." Yes; well the fine print does not allow Google to commit deception and fraud. Deception and fraud are crimes. What deception and fraud?

Google zeroed the hit counter on the movie Terrorstorm when Terrorstorm entered the top 100 video list.

Google did this on all twenty-seven plus copies of this video present on Google. Google explained that this was a mistake that effected several videos in the top 100. In actuality, a cursory examination of the hit counters of ALL of the top 100 videos showed that this only effected Terrorstorm.

A week went by and Google pulled the same thing again with the video Terrorstorm when Terrorstorm once again entered the top 100 video list. Google got busted this time too. Google also tendered the same excuse explanation.

Now another week has gone by, Terrorstorm has arrived at number 93 on Google's Top 100 Videos, and Terrorstorm's hit counter is stuck at 78,504 for the last 48 hours. Google has once again been caught in cowardly trickery.

Google's motto is: "Don't Be Evil." Imagine that. I submit that this is the perfect motto for evil people to hide behind, especially lying bastards like Sergey Brin and Larry Page:

So there you go sheeple. Do NOT complain to Google! Do NOT watch this powerful video. Go to sleep. STAY asleep. Be good mindless "citizens" and watch the evening news.

Monday, October 09, 2006

CBS 57

Way out of the ordinary here, people: I caught the evening news on CBS. Normally I do NOT watch the evening news because it is usually government propaganda.

However, I was drunk at the bar.

CBS showed a national poll. The question was: "Do you believe that President Bush had advance knowledge of 911?" The American public answered back with 57% "Yes!" They could not say this on TV if it is not true...RIGHT?

What question should could they have asked?

Wendy's Training Video

You Tube still isn't embedding properly so here is the Link

White Chick Version(?)
"Mexi" Version(?)

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Real Life Cock Suckers

I was driving down Broadway today and I noticed television crews setting up in front of United States Congressman Ernest Istook’s campaign office. Congressman Istook is resigning his congressional seat and is running for governor of Oklahoma.

On April 19, 1995, a false flag United States government-sponsored terror operation destroyed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. 168 people were murdered at one time. Ernest Istook had advance knowledge of this and mouthed off about it later that day at the site of the bombing.

The Oklahoma City bombing is a story in itself. Just suffice for now that the local BATF and FBI and a fake county grand jury assisted in covering it up and pinning it on two lackeys known as Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols.

Ernest Istook, who wants to be governor of his pathetic state, had advanced knowledge of this. Yes, I am accusing him of being a terrorist; especially since his office attempts to cover the truth about this treacherous day. Actually, and in fact, Ernest Istook is an accessory and an accomplice to mass murder.

Now as I am driving by his financial whorehouse campaign headquarters I see the television crews setting up as the stoplight up ahead is turning red. As I stop, my place in line leaves me right abreast of the television crews. I cannot resist. I yell out, “Hey!” They look over. I shout, “Fuck Ernest Istook!” One of the crew bursts out laughing. I continue:”Fuck him!” About then the light turns green and I drive on.

Yet I am curious as to what the government controlled media is doing there. I make it home just as the local news is wrapping up this lead article so I am l left in the dark. I call a couple of television stations but they don’t answer the phone. I get on the Internet and find out that this is part of the sex scandal involving Mark Foley (Jeb Bush's buddy).

In the live interview here, Ernest Istook makes the following statement:

“I know the prevailing standard in journalism is not to disclose the identity and personal details about minors and victims in sexual crimes. Just because one irresponsible Internet blogger chose not to follow that standard does not make it right for others to disregard it.”

Istook then goes on to clarify that he is only concerned for the victim on his campaign staff as he wants to prevent this “victim” from any unnecessary embarrassment. Istook further says that the Congressional ethics Committee (read: child molesters and other perverts incorporated) should be the investigative body. Istook then refuses to answer a question from a reporter.

Three things come to mind.

One: I found out later that the page in question was 18 at the time of the "molestation" so Istook is lying when he says that he is protecting a minor. What Istook is really doing is spinning for the end of free speech; for common folk like me anyway.

Second is that Ernest Istook certainly showed a lack of concern for the victims of the exploding Murrah building by withholding his advanced knowledge of the event from those in the blast radius…basically everyone in downtown Oklahoma City. But that was not a sex crime.

The third is that Ernest Istook is now embroiled in a perverted sex scandal. I hope he chokes on his own cum. I should have circled the block and told him so on camera.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Rainbow Raiders

Check out this 10 minute video. It took place earlier this year.


Police Hunt Farting Dissident

Police in Poland have launched a nationwide hunt for a man who farted loudly when asked what he thought of the president.

Hubert Hoffman, 45, was charged with "contempt for the office of the head of state" for his actions after he was stopped by police in a routine check at a Warsaw railway station.

He complained that under President Lech Kaczynski and his twin brother Jaroslaw, the country was returning to a Communist style dictatorship.

When told to show more respect for the country's rulers, he farted loudly and was promptly arrested.

Hoffmann was arrested and released on bail but failed to turn up at a Warsaw court early this week to be tried, and the judge in the case rejected an appeal by defence lawyers to throw the charges out.

A court spokesman said: "Such a case of disrespect is taken very seriously."

Instead the court ordered the police to start a nationwide hunt for the man, and interpol have been alerted.

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