Saturday, 17 August 2013

POST 86

Hello Folks.  We live in this world of illusion and form and of course until we do not, now that is an obvious statement and a bit contrite.  So one might think well why write about emptiness and all that 'ghastly emptiness, so called spiritual guff' (guff came from the Scottish bad smell, now means foolish notions) and now go into the 'solid' world or realm of so named conspiracy or terror events.
Two faced
Until we have the binaural brain, which is growing and will end the 'internal mind war between logic and creativity' or rather creativity born out of logic alone, see Post 10 and scroll down to Steve Judd quote, and I have blogged way back about the synthesis that ensues when the brain becomes binaural or whole. Until then it is obvious we have great suffering caused by war and power struggles, which we have within ourselves.  The so called evil and so called good.
I suppose I choose what I term good, to me I base this on my meditative experiences which leave me whole, fulfilled, loving and wish to share, care, respect property, people, nature and myself.
Then there are those who seemingly are in opposition to the latter. 
This would seem to be judgemental and yes I suppose it is. I do speak out, write and feel this to be in contradiction to what I feel as would those who disagree with my contention. 
We live in duality when in this Earth frame and we make decisions. Maybe I fool myself when I say I make Life decisions from meditation, from the quietness in me, and so called world decisions based on my training in science, qi gong, logic and reason which apply to when I drove a car, performed Kung Fu played soccer and so forth. So from my deepest feelings I write about conspiracies because they feel to me to disclose the pain that exposes dishonour to humanity and divinity, nature and the love I feel for the whole. 

New Investigation Alleges US Military, Monsanto Targeting GMO Activists and Independent Scientists 

http://wakeup-world.com/2013/07/29/new-investigation-alleges-us-military-monsanto-targeting-gmo-activists-and-independent-scientists/  (full article in link).
Danke Schon , Vielen Dunk, Feelen Dunk Suddeutsche Zeitung

Horror Of US Depleted
Uranium In Iraq Threatens World American Use Of DU is "A crime against humanity which may, in
the eyes of historians, rank with the worst atrocities of all time."
US Iraq Military Vets "are on DU death row, waiting to die."
This is in Libya above.
This sickens me to the core. What beasts could do this in Iraq.
Sickens me and reminds me of some deadly vaccines.
What is DU?
  • Depleted Uranium is a waste product of the nuclear enrichment process.
  • After natural uranium has been ‘enriched’ to concentrate the isotope U235 for use in nuclear fuel or nuclear weapons, what remains is DU.
  • The process produces about 7 times more DU than enriched uranium.
Despite claims that DU is much less radioactive than natural uranium, it actually emits about 75% as much radioactivity.1 It is very dense and when it strikes armour it burns (it is ‘pyrophoric’).2 As a waste product, it is stockpiled by nuclear states, which then have an interest in finding uses for it.
DU is used as the ‘penetrator’ – a long dart at the core of the weapon – in armour piercing tank rounds and bullets. It is usually alloyed with another metal. When DU munitions strike a hard target the penetrator sheds around 20% of its mass, creating a fine dust of DU, burning at extremely high temperatures.3
This dust can spread 400 metres from the site immediately after an impact.4 It can be resuspended by human activity, or by the wind, and has been reported to have travelled twenty-five miles on air currents.5 The heat of the DU impact and secondary fires means that much of the dust produced is ceramic, and can remain in the lungs for years if inhaled.6
Who uses it?
At least 18 countries are known to have DU in their arsenals:
  • UK
  • US
  • France
  • Russia
  • China
  • Greece
  • Turkey
  • Thailand
  • Taiwan
  • Israel
  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
  • Kuwait
  • Saudi Arabia
  • India
  • Belarus
  • Pakistan
  • Oman
Most of these countries were sold DU by the US, although the UK, France and Pakistan developed it independently.
Only the US and the UK are known to have fired it in warfare. It was used in the 1991 Gulf War, in the 2003 Iraq War, and also in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 1990s and during the NATO war with Serbia in 1999. While its use has been claimed in a number of other conflicts, this has not been confirmed.7
Health Problems
  • DU is both chemically toxic and radioactive. In laboratory tests it damages human cells, causing DNA mutations and other carcinogenic effects.8
  • Reports of increased rates of cancer and birth defects have consistently followed DU usage.
  • Representatives from both the Serbian and Iraqi governments have linked its use with health problems amongst civilians.9
  • Many veterans remain convinced DU is responsible for health problems they have experienced since combat
 It is so sick and offensive I thought twice about posting this.  The videos above, especially the children yet I know I am but one of many who have reported this since wars in Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Oh for heavens sake are the hearts of the military people and Bilderbugs, Monsanto so callous, so drained of basic humanity, it would seem so. As Darth Vader said in the Star wars Film, Alec Guinness the Actor playing Obi Wan "Ben " Kenobi to his disciple Luke Sky Walker about his Father Darth Vader ' he is more machine than man' so are those who do these atrocities.  More metal and hard steel. Cold, without mercy or decency, degrading what it is to be human.
Darth Vader. Seems to me the Industrial Military Complex and its cohorts are like this. Looking through clouded and bitter eyes, monstrous and glorying in their technical prowess and power lust. The twisted minds of the scientists who are indulging in this glory to technological mayhem.  
Darth Vader says to his son Luke Skywalker ' you do not know the power of the dark side' 'the Emperor says to Luke ' give into your anger'  Its like saying give in to your lust, give up your dignity, your moral compass, become a monster(not an animal they are graceful and do what nature bodes them). The dark side once it grabs you, there is very little that is within the bounds of human decency it will smash down.
Luke does feel there is 'good' in his Father and it is buried deep down. Hopefully as Darth says to Luke when he is dying ' help me take this mask off so that I may see you with my own eyes' hopefully the mask will be ripped off those war mongers and seeming Western Benign Dictators who accuse others of dastardly deeds, torture, rape and plunder and in denial and hypocrisy perpetrate the very things they condemn.   Two faced as above video and the famous quote from the USA films about the terrible 'red skin Indians'( my heart bleeds for the atrocities done to them and the rape of their people,the land and calling them red skins, how insulting and undignified) when a famous chief says 'white man speaks with forked tongue'.

And all your buddies.
Americans' email and online chats can be monitored without authorization by any National Security Agency analyst using a computer program known as "XKeyscore," according to NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who shared the information with the Guardian in a story published Wednesday.
XKeyscore is described by the NSA in training materials as its "widest reaching" means of gathering information from the Internet, according to the Guardian. Using the program, "analysts can also search by name, telephone number, IP address, keywords, the language in which the Internet activity was conducted or the type of browser used."
NSA analysts "can also use XKeyscore and other NSA systems to obtain ongoing 'real-time' interception of an individual's Internet activity," the Guardian said.
The NSA documents contend that by the year 2008, 300 terrorists had been captured using information gathered with XKeyscore, the newspaper said.
At a press briefing Wednesday, White House spokesman Jay Carney said that "some of the claims made in that article are false."
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., and ranking member Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Md., released a joint statement saying "The latest in the parade of classified leaks published today is without context and provides a completely inaccurate picture of the program."
XKeyscore, they said, "does not target American citizens. Further, the program referenced in the story is not used for indiscriminate monitoring of the Internet, as many falsely believe. Rather, the program is simply a tool used by our intelligence analysts to better understand foreign intelligence, including terrorist targets overseas."
Snowden referenced XKeyscore, although not by name, in June, when his first interviews with the British newspaper were published. In a Guardian video interview, Snowden said, "I, sitting at my desk, certainly had the authorities to wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant, to a federal judge, to even the president if I had a personal email."
Nor is this the first public mention of XKeyscore. Earlier this month, German intelligence agencies said the NSA gave them XKeyscore to use, according to documents seen by Der Spiegel reporters, with the program meant to "expand their ability to support NSA as we jointly prosecute CT [counter-terrorism] targets."
XKeyscore was also described earlier this year in "Deep State: Inside the Government Secrecy Industry," a book by Marc Ambinder and D.B. Grady published earlier this year.
"At Fort Meade, a program called XKeyscore processes all signals before they are shunted off to various 'production lines' that deal with specific issues," the authors wrote.
David Brown, who wrote "Deep State" using D.B. Grady as a pen name, told NBC News that what is "surprising everybody" with the XKeyscore information is "just how easily low-level analysts can access the data. The impediments that are supposed to be there really aren't."
"I like to think of it as plumbing," he said. "The pipes come in through XKeyscore, which then diverts the data through different channels, because there's just an awful lot of data."
Another NSA tool, called DNI Presenter, the Guardian said, lets an analyst who uses XKeyscore "read the content of Facebook chats or private messages," as well as the content of stored emails. Facebook declined to comment to NBC News about the report.
The amount of information gathered using XKeyscore is "staggeringly large," the newspaper said. "One NSA report from 2007 estimated that there were 850 billion 'call events' collected and stored in the NSA databases, and close to 150 billion Internet records. Each day, the document says, 1-2b billion records were added."
The Guardian said the XKeyscore training materials shared by Snowden show how easy it is for analysts to use it "and other systems to mine enormous agency databases by filling in a simple on-screen form giving only a broad justification for the search. The request is not reviewed by a court or any NSA personnel before it is processed."
If that claim is true, it may conflict with U.S. legal requirements for performing digital surveillance of Americans, that the NSA obtain a warrant first from the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court.
"As we've explained, and the intelligence community has explained, allegations of widespread, unchecked analyst access to NSA collection data are false," said White House spokesman Carney.
"Access to all of NSA's analytic tools is limited to only those personnel who require access for their assigned tasks," he continued. "And there are multiple technical, manual and supervisory checks and balances within the system to prevent those who don't have access from achieving that access."
'Straightforward answers'
The Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday held a hearing on the oversight of FISA surveillance programs, which may have something to do with the timing of the Guardian's story. Also underway Wednesday was the annual Black Hat hackers' conference in Las Vegas, where Gen. Keith Alexander, head of the NSA, spoke to a somewhat hostile crowd.
"The assumption is that people are out there just wheeling and dealing, and nothing could be further from the truth," he said in a speech there Wednesday. "We have tremendous oversight in these programs … You know that we can audit the actions of our people 100 percent in this case, and we do that."
Congressmen Rogers and Ruppersberger echoed Alexander's remarks, saying the Guardian story "also once again ignores the legal constraints, comprehensive training, and layers of oversight built into all NSA programs. Every search on the program by an NSA analyst is fully auditable to ensure it is done within the law."
But at the Senate hearing in Washington, D.C., Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. and chairman of the committee said, "We need straightforward answers. I'm concerned we're not getting them.
"I think the patience of the American people is beginning to wear thin, but what has to be of more concern in a democracy is the trust of the American people is wearing thin."
Also on Wednesday, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper released declassified documents relating to the government’s collection of Americans' telephone data, one of the first disclosures by Snowden in June.
Jameel Jaffer, the American Civil Liberties Union's deputy legal director, said in a statement that the Guardian's "latest revelations make clear that the government's surveillance activities are far more extensive and intrusive than previously understood, and they underscore that the surveillance laws are in desperate need of reform."
Meanwhile, Snowden remains in Russia, where he has spent more than a month in the transit zone of Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, as he seeks temporary asylum there. Courtesy of  
 Well,well, well what can you say it gets more convoluted with every twist and turn, and dear Bradley gets banged up for life. What was that saying 'In a Dictatorship it becomes a crime to tell the truth'  Shame on all dictators wherever you are. 
Dear Friends to live a life and not be ashamed not because of outright indignation or guilt, or denial is a life indeed and worthy of merit.
Take good care of your lovely selves. Geoff
Breaking News 

WikiLeaks: Bradley Manning apologises for hurting US

Bradley Manning, the US soldier convicted of handing thousands of classified files to WikiLeaks, apologised for the first time yesterday and admitted his actions "hurt the United States".

The 25-year-old read a brief statement before a military judge who will next week decide whether to sentence him to a full 90 years in prison following his conviction on espionage charges.
The young soldier's apology capped a day of dramatic testimony where the court was shown a photograph of Manning cross-dressing and heard how his illiterate Welsh mother tried to commit suicide when he was a teenager.
Speaking in a quick, nervous voice, Manning said: "I’m sorry that my actions hurt people. I’m sorry that they hurt the United States."
He apologised for "the unintended consequences" of his decision to give around 700,000 military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks, the largest intelligence leak in American history.
The question of whether the leak caused actual harm has been the subject of fierce debate, with the government saying it damaged national security while Manning's defenders claim it merely embarrassed American diplomats.
You know I still feel Bradley Manning is a hero, and to apologise shows his decency----its more than the USA has done for maiming Iraq babies with DU weapons and their own soldiers, for spying on the whole world and for corrupting countries by the CIA operatives who undermine third world countries and the middle east with bribery, seduction and ruthless covert activities.
For Killing millions of people in needless wars, and recently reported women and children in Drone attacks.  You are a decent person Bradley and you showed this in your apology and the dirty helicopter killing of the innocent which you exposed.  You have a moral compass and human decency.  
8 mins of dynamite.  Will Smith's comments at the end need to be listened too intensely.
You will hear a clip of a pop song at the end of this very serious clip above and it says 'and something has died in me ' or some such words. Yes we need the dreadful ego murderous programmes to die. Unfortunately all decency has died with the so called elite and those lesser level servants, the cringing administrators who haven't the courage or moral decency to be an Assange, Manning or Snowden.

Chinese zoo angers visitors by passing off hairy Tibetan mastiff dog as lion

It seems to me some governments are saying nice cuddly panda, teddy bear things and they are disguised as venomous predators. Is David Icke right about the serpents.  Maybe not physically but these are not serpents doing their natural thing, these are monstrous genetically altered politicians, bankers, doctors, scientists at the leading edge who like the Incredible Hulk have their brains seriously manipulated by some grotesque source. 
Somewhere, somehow some alien(not necessarily ET) malignancy has got into them and they are mind zapped by the most appalling malady, self denial and are psychopaths and socio-paths, devoid of feeling and wholly predatory by nature--- and that nature is lust, power, dictatorship to the nth degree. Heaven help the innocent. 
http://www.naturalnews.com/036112_sociopaths_cults_influence.html  
To be innocent and have wisdom with discernment, that is a gift.
May gifts come your way in abundance.
Geoff 

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