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Anomalous Herald News / Re: Swine Flu and Pig Poo Flu Hysteria
« Last post by ArniK on October 30, 2014, 07:26:53 AM »
It's funny how a couple starts to think similarly over time.  When we first heard this nurse whine my wife and I said at the same time, "Tough shit!"
The Hidden Invitation / Re: apollo17
« Last post by Keith on October 30, 2014, 06:32:15 AM »
I must've missed your registration, try to reregister and I'll get you in

Anomalous Herald News / Re: Swine Flu and Pig Poo Flu Hysteria
« Last post by Keith on October 30, 2014, 06:26:35 AM »
take a three week vacation silly  :cow:

I guess Typhoid Mary was a role model to her
We don't care that you don't feel like you're infected

the idiocy of some people astounds me.
Anomalous Herald News / Re: Swine Flu and Pig Poo Flu Hysteria
« Last post by Vianova on October 30, 2014, 01:09:13 AM »
Whining nurse Hickox causing trouble in Maine over her quarantine

State of Maine, nurse who went to Africa at odds over Ebola quarantine

Maine health commissioner Mary Mayhew
said late Wednesday afternoon that,
even as it continues talks with Hickox's representatives,
the state is in the process of filing a court order
to require the nurse to abide by a 21-day quarantine.

Mayhew cited concerns about Hickox's hands-on role in dealing with Ebola patients,
as well as "concerns about the lack of reliability
and the lack of trustworthiness
in the information that has been received."

Asked what she'd tell Hickox, Mayhew said,
"We have been pleading for common sense,
for an appreciation for the risks that exists."

The health commissioner said she "did not understand"
why Hickox is challenging what she calls a "common-sense approach"
of staying home for three weeks.

"(This is) a reasonable request to ensure -- out of an abundance of caution --
that we are protecting the people of this state," Mayhew said.

Yet Hickox thinks the U.S. Constitution and science are on her side.
And, because of that, she has no intention of staying put.
"I am completely healthy and symptom-free,"
Hickox said Wednesday night from her front lawn, alongside her boyfriend.
"I am frustrated by (the) intention ... to file legal action against me. :whip:

The selfish bitch .... 3 weeks .... only 3 weeks of common sense,
do it just as a good faith gesture to your fellow man.

Anomalous Herald News / Re: WWIII ?
« Last post by Vianova on October 30, 2014, 12:57:35 AM »
The Soros article is interesting, though quite belabored.

This quote from Soros exposes Mid East intrigue ,
highlighted in black

“Putin may then revert to the smaller victory that would still be within his reach:
he could open by force a land route from Russia to Crimea and Transnistria before winter.

he could simply sit back and await the economic and financial collapse of Ukraine.

I suspect that he may be holding out the prospect
of a grand bargain in which Russia
would help the United States against ISIS—
for instance by not supplying to Syria the S300 missiles it has promised,
thus in effect preserving US air domination—

and Russia would be allowed to have its way in the “near abroad,”
as many of the nations adjoining Russia are called.
What is worse, President Obama may accept such a deal.

This part seems most likely with Putin and Ukraine:
simply sit back and await the economic and financial collapse of Ukraine.

Why is the US is holding back on eliminating Assad ... ?

Without the Russian air defense systems, the Syrians are sitting ducks.
So just take him out.

This does not appear to be on the table in "US strategy" .....

Some kind of understanding perhaps does exist with Obama and Putin on the Ukraine. ..
like, Putin is the Taiga Bear of the Ukraine, NATO or no NATO

Russia helps keep Syria's MiG-29s flying

and dated Aug 2014
Russia cancels Syrian S-300 deal
Russia will recycle the S-300 system that was once earmarked for Syria

The Syrians must have some S300 capabilities hidden....
or ... has Putin thrown Assad under the bus ? ....  :hmm2:

It's a PLOT! / Re: The 9/11 Commission Report: A 571-Page Lie
« Last post by Bigfoot73 on October 29, 2014, 10:40:57 PM »
According to the above, Silverstein already had insurance for Building 7

Yes, but for terrorism? Or controlled demolition?

Placing Silverstein within the knowledge-of-explosives-planted-in-the-building crowd implies that he was one of the Players.

Not necessarily, if there were charges already installed when the WTC was built then he would have been made privy to that secret when he took custody of it. Whether those charges were installed with the intention of bringing the towers etc. down when they became old and unsafe or whether they were intended to bring them down safely as damage limitation in the event of anything endangering them is unclear, but someone  in control had to know about them in order for them to be detonated.
It wasn't necessary for the destruction of evidence of the various financial scams for the towers to be completely destroyed, and Flight 93 was supposed to have taken out the FBI and Securities and Exchanges Commission offices in WTC7 to obliterate the evidence in them.
Yes a lot of people knew 7 was coming down, possibly because Silverstein had told someone earlier in the day and maybe because a lot of them such as Mayor Giuliani, the FBI and the CIA were expecting Flight 93.
The plot was not against Silverstein's interests, his knowledge of it would not necessarily have been against the plotters' interests but nor would it have been necessarily of any benefit to them to have had him know. After all, what made the incident look so damned suspicious right from the start if not the total collapse of two buildings built to withstand the impact of a 747 followed by the collapse of one not hit by anything? If it was just three planes ( assuming Flight 93 was supposed to hit WTC7) and some fires which have been fortuitously forgotten about anyway then the official story would have looked so much more credible.
Besides which, why would he have aroused suspicion with the terrorism insurance when he would have been eligible for the same generous compensation the firms with offices in the towers and the victims' families got  If he was a player couldn't he just have kept his head down, sat back and waited for the claim form to drop through the mailbox?

Can't get much more direct than that...

No, not direct at all.
Anomalous Herald News / Re: WWIII ?
« Last post by Wook on October 29, 2014, 09:28:58 PM »
The Crisis in U.S.-Israel Relations Is Officially Here

The Obama administration's anger is "red-hot" over Israel's settlement policies, and the Netanyahu government openly expresses contempt for Obama's understanding of the Middle East. Profound changes in the relationship may be coming.
The other day I was talking to a senior Obama administration official about the foreign leader who seems to frustrate the White House and the State Department the most. “The thing about Bibi is, he’s a chickenshit,” this official said, referring to the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, by his nickname.

This comment is representative of the gloves-off manner in which American and Israeli officials now talk about each other behind closed doors, and is yet another sign that relations between the Obama and Netanyahu governments have moved toward a full-blown crisis. The relationship between these two administrations— dual guarantors of the putatively “unbreakable” bond between the U.S. and Israel—is now the worst it's ever been, and it stands to get significantly worse after the November midterm elections. By next year, the Obama administration may actually withdraw diplomatic cover for Israel at the United Nations, but even before that, both sides are expecting a showdown over Iran, should an agreement be reached about the future of its nuclear program.

The fault for this breakdown in relations can be assigned in good part to the junior partner in the relationship, Netanyahu, and in particular, to the behavior of his cabinet. Netanyahu has told several people I’ve spoken to in recent days that he has “written off” the Obama administration, and plans to speak directly to Congress and to the American people should an Iran nuclear deal be reached. For their part, Obama administration officials express, in the words of one official, a “red-hot anger” at Netanyahu for pursuing settlement policies on the West Bank, and building policies in Jerusalem, that they believe have fatally undermined Secretary of State John Kerry’s peace process.

this won't work out well for Obama right before election.
Anomalous Herald News / Re: WWIII ?
« Last post by goshawks on October 29, 2014, 05:19:12 PM »
October 29, 2014     by Joseph P. Farrell
Mr. George Soros has weighed in on the growing implications of the Ukrainian mess – which he helped foster – for Europe. And this has to be truly read to comprehend the depth to which the current western finance elite has boxed itself into its own Matrix reality:

Wake Up, Europe
But secondly, note that the real concern being voiced here is the need to keep NATO alive, and through it, the EU, thereby admitting in yet another backhanded fashion what many Europeans already suspect, namely, that their national sovereignty and even cultural identity is under threat by the EU, and that the EU is, in turn, nothing but a front for NATO and American-Wall Street interests. It is also worth noting that Mr. Soros conveniently glosses over – once again by omission – that solemn assurances were given to Mr. Gorbachev during the final days of the Soviet Union, that NATO would not be expanded eastward. Indeed, some could argue that this expansion has itself destabilized the region, leading to the current mess. And Mr. Soros, by his own admissions, has, like many other billionaire busybodies, contributed to the mess.
In short, Mr. Soros, if no one now believes your carefully stated concerns, you have only yourself to blame.
It's a PLOT! / Re: The 9/11 Commission Report: A 571-Page Lie
« Last post by goshawks on October 29, 2014, 04:09:38 PM »
Had [Silverstein] known of the plot surely he would have bought cover for Building 7 too, rather than leaving it until the afternoon of 9.11 when Jeffrey Scott Schapiro for Fox and several police and fire department officers watched while he phoned his insurers, just prior to him telling them to "pull it".
Consider the facts:
    The fires in WTC 7 were not evenly distributed, so a perfect collapse was impossible.
    Heavy duty explosives were in the building.
    Silverstein spoke to his insurance carrier about demolishing the building.
    Silverstein said to the fire department commander "the smartest thing to do is pull it."
    Firefighters withdrawing from the area stated the building was going to "blow up".
    News media outlets had foreknowledge of the collapse.
    An explosion can be heard prior to the building's penthouse collapse.
    Cutter charges can be heard immediately before the collapse.
    The building collapsed perfectly into its footprint at freefall speed.
    (My italics)
According to the above, Silverstein already had insurance for Building 7. He was simply 'covering his bases' by calling his insurance carrier. Placing Silverstein within the knowledge-of-explosives-planted-in-the-building crowd implies that he was one of the Players. Can't get much more direct than that...
Anomalous Herald News / Re: ZECHARIA SITCHIN
« Last post by goshawks on October 29, 2014, 03:07:44 PM »
Here is my detailed review of  "The Shining Ones: An Account of the Development of Early Civilizations Through the Direct Assistance of Powers incarnated on Earth from the Materio-Spiritual Planes of the Astral and Causal Regions" by Christian & Barbara Joy O'Brien. It is quasi-Sitchin in viewpoint, although the Anunnaki are seen in an 'up' rather than 'out' mode - coming from higher planes rather than another planet. It draws from the same Sumerian cuneiform tablet and "Book of Enoch" sources that Sitchin used, but with the O'Briens' own back-to-basics translations. He is a civil engineer and surveyor who actually is credited with discovering one of the ancient Sumerian cities. He walked on it, as a 'tell', prior to excavations. Wow. (The book was very interesting. I gave it 5 stars.)
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