Thursday, October 30, 2014

Imminent False Flag?

...Anyway his email reads:
“They are planning to wipe out an entire town in the USA with a dirty nuke and blame it on “the enemy”.
“Scheduled for November.
“There’s a train running through the town.
“From the hillside you can see the train station and nearby a clock tower.
“It’s an old town divorced from the mainstream. It is innocent in most respects.
“Israel, UK and US are planning this as their next false flag.
“The nuke is on the train.
“This is what I see.
“I’m sorry I don’t have more info.
“Get it out there if we want to prevent it.
“Regards … “
Finally, it goes without saying that the corporate media will not be publicising this until after it happens, if it happens, and then only steeped in disinformation. So, if whatever our friend has sensed transpires, you’ll hear about it increasingly on the web, maybe before it even happens.
Stay tuned…


Halloween always reminds me of my short lived college career.

This one guy from Texas started drinking whiskey pretty early on Halloween.

There were several of us in his dorm room when his mom called.

We were all listening to his end of the conversation, seeing if he could hold it together and not sound too

 messed up.

He did a great job, that is until he tried to say happy Halloween.


Man, we just fell about the place.

It wouldn't have been that funny to us but we'd been hanging on his every word, expecting him to screw up

 and we thought he had it made, then he messes up right at the last second.

So Happyween everyone!


Patriot Act power now overwhelmingly used in drug investigations - not terrorist investigations
Civil libertarian critics warned that the federal government already had this power for national security investigations. The Patriot Act provision was far too broad and would almost certainly become a common tactic in cases that have nothing to do with national security.

But this was all immediately after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and there was little patience for civil libertarians.
The massive Patriot Act of course passed overwhelmingly, including the sneak-and-peek provision, despite the fact that only a handful of members of Congress had actually read it. (Not to mention the public.)

More than a decade later, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has published an analysis on use of the sneak-and-peek power. Just as critics predicted, it’s now a ubiquitous part of federal law enforcement.

More at blacklistednews 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Goodcop: Off-Duty Cop Finds $125,000 Cash in the Middle of the Road. Finds Owner, Returns it to Him

Contra Coasta, CA — A man’s life savings has been recovered after an off-duty California Highway Patrol sergeant found over $125,000 in cash in the middle of a Concord roadway.
A 20 year veteran with the California Highway Patrol, who wishes to remain anonymous, was driving in her personal vehicle Monday when she noticed drivers swerving to miss two objects in the middle of Concord Boulevard.
When the off-duty cop stopped to move the object she saw that it was two bank deposit bags. When she looked inside the bags she found $125,000 in cash.
Here is where the story gets interesting, she didn’t try to keep it for herself or bring it to the evidence locker or try and justify keeping the money for the department. The Concord police actually located the owner of the lost cash and returned it to him!

More at blacklistednews 

Injustice in OKC?

State Autopsy Finds Man Shot In Back 4 Times While Running From Police


Source: Jonathan Scott/NewsOk An Oklahoma medical examiner’s autopsy released Tuesday says Mark Salazar, 22, was shot six times in the back, leg and arm while running away from Oklahoma City police officers. Tuesday’s report appears to provide a different account of the shooting than that presented by Oklahoma City police after the event. Shortly after the incident, Oklahoma City police said Sgt. Ryan Stark, the dog’s handler, shot Salazar after unsuccessfully trying to separate Salazar from the dog. Kye died the next day after complications during surgery. According to the medical examiner’s report, Salazar was running away from Stark when he was shot a total of six times — four times in the back, once in his left arm and once in his left thigh.

The Salazar family is anxious for the police investigation to wrap up. They are preparing for news from the district attorney about how the law will label Salazar’s death.
District Attorney Greg Mashburn expects to make a decision in the next week about whether Sgt. Stark was justified in the shooting death of Mark Salazar.
So the OKC police are investigating an OKC police officer?
(Correction - Neighboring county police are investigating.)  
If that's the case, what can we expect?

"The shooting of the fleeing suspect six times in the back was completely justified."

Using the same logic, if a gang member shoots a police officer six times in the back, killing him, it should be investigated by fellow gang members.
(Correction - Neighboring county fellow gang members.)
And what would we expect the investigation to conclude?

" The shooting of the fleeing officer, six times in the back, was completely justified."

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Blinded by the Light ~ Manfred Mann's Earth Band

The other night Shelly and I were getting ready to go out to eat, my shoulder was hurting a little bit from putting on some locking lug nuts (real tight).

 I came out of the bedroom, into the kitchen, telling Shelly about how the lines from an old song popped into my head.

 "With a boulder on my shoulder feeling kind of older"

 Anyway about five minutes later we got in Shelly's car, started it up and that song was playing!

I shiteth you not.

Blog Archive