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Its being said all over the world
"No Bush No USA No War"
In this video I dont know the words
but I understand the message

Click For Article On "HUGGING"
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In the south of India lives a woman who has dedicated her life to helping others through the simplest of gestures -- an embrace. She is said to have blessed and consoled more than 26 million people throughout the world.

In Malayalam, Amma's native language, the name Amma means "mother" -- an apt name for the woman revered as a holy being.
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BUSH FAMILY FORTUNE
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Bush Family Fortunes (2003)
Greg Palast
55 min 54 sec - posted on Google - Aug 31, 2006
www.gregpalast.com
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:::::   ALSO FROM GREG IN PORTLAND ORE   ::::

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Mr Palast in Portland 2007

White House Allows New Orleans Disaster

Jim Lockhart  - Taped this unreported story while Greg was in Portland on 4-24-07

This segment is about 24 minutes in length and addresses the Bush administration debacle and "neglect" in New Orleans.

Palast demonstrates, with documentation, how the problems which plagued New Orleans after Katrina made landfall were due to mismanagement and cronyism going back many years.


 

Greg Palast, Part Three, RealPlayer

Greg Palast, Part Three, MP3

Parts 1 & 2 are here on Indy Media  (non New Orleans topics)

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Darrell and Dennis 
2 Iraq Veterans
Speak up and about
"killing for the USA"
~discussing iraq~

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 New Release 1-23-07
 

Cool Slideshows

What Happened to those Emails ... Mr. Karl Rove?
                 Watch this YouTube short clip
              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtyI71YVAmo

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Peace Project "What Are you Doing For Peace?"
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JOE ANYBODY
 
 
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CHECK OUT THESE FRONTLINE FILMS
 

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IRAQ WAR  Costing $3,400 per second

Alex Jones Speaks Up

Listen To Rush tell War Protestter that he fears people like the caller worse than Al Qaeda.
 
And that youre "for Al Qaeda"
if you are against this war.

"I am the Decider"

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"I am the decider"

 
"Few men are willing to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, the wrath of society. Moral courage is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Yet it is the one essential, vital, quality for those who seek to change a world which yields most painfully to change."
- Robert F Kennedy

Sad Day In America .....Video
WATCH  **  THIS
Oct 17 2006

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Nation of Suckers 17 min video
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Click To Watch - "Nation of Suckers"

            raisingtheflag

                   click for "America From Freedom To Fascism " video trailer

 

 

THIS FILM IS NOW AVAILABLE  ONLINE

FREE IN FOUR PARTS 

http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/10/347453.shtml

ALL ABOUT THE US BANKING AND FEDERAL RESERVE

 


A 50 minute film

In the words of the anonymous filmmaker:

"I made 'Earth' about a year before 'We' and it is made up almost solely of images from news feeds set to the music of Trent Reznor.
It is a younger and slightly angrier work that is designed to snap many of the contradictions that exist between what might be understood from a diet of North American News media and that of paying attention to other more worldly sources that exist outside the continental U.S.
All the images were shot or broadcast over the month of June 2004 and it is an experimental news program that spans a month - as opposed to a day."


In mid August 2006, the original DVD arrived in the mail anonymously, as had the film 'We' did almost a year earlier.

I have remastered the film for the web, and will be distributing DVD copies also.

WATCH OR DOWNLOAD THE FILM HERE

Iraq For Sale
Contractors in Iraq

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CELL PHONES SPEAKERPHONE
UTILIZED FOR EAVESDROPPING
AND USED TO LISTEN-IN SECRETLY
INTO THE VICINITY OF CELL PHONE
 

FBI taps cell phone mic as eavesdropping tool

INFO WARS WEBSITES

PRESENTS THIS ARTICLE ON SPYING:

CNet | December 2, 2006
Declan McCullagh and Anne Broache

update: The FBI appears to have begun using a novel form of electronic surveillance in criminal investigations: remotely activating a mobile phone's microphone and using it to eavesdrop on nearby conversations.

The technique is called a "roving bug," and was approved by top U.S. Department of Justice officials for use against members of a New York organized crime family who were wary of conventional surveillance techniques such as tailing a suspect or wiretapping him.  MORE HERE --> http://www.infowars.com/articles/bb/cell_phones_fbi_taps_mic_for_eavesdropping_tool.htm

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MOTHER JONES
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1990 to 2003 Iraq War Timeline

" IMPEACH "

 

Cynthia McKinneys’

"Scathing indictment of George Bush

on the floor of the House" Edit Text

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Mr. Speaker:

I come before this body today as a proud American and as a servant of the American people, sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States.

Throughout my tenure, I’ve always tried to speak the truth. It’s that commitment that brings me here today.

We have a President who has misgoverned and a Congress that has refused to hold him accountable. It is a grave situation and I believe the stakes for our country are high.

No American is above the law, and if we allow a President to violate, at the most basic and fundamental level, the trust of the people and then continue to govern, without a process for holding him accountable, what does that say about our commitment to the truth? To the Constitution? To our democracy? The trust of the American people has been broken. And a process must be undertaken to repair this trust. This process must begin with honesty and accountability. ((keep reading speech))

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Copied by Joe Anybody from: http://www.truthring.org/?p=2944 

Read the full article and more from Cynthia on Joes Hero Page for her at:

 http://home.comcast.net/~sittingbythepool/HEROCYNTHIA.html

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USA OWNED GALLOWS

US owned the Gallows and the Noose that hanged Saddam
YouTube Video points out the political murder of Saddam has made him a martyr, now seen as more worthy than those who hanged him...and killed with a noose made in the USA.

Chuck Norris Interviews Rap Singer from Iraq
"THZ"
Listen to the rap star set the record straight
Watch these Fox News-Spinners
"Try to redirect the message from the story"

 
 
Signing Statements
 
 

What is a Signing Statement

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Watch This Video
On Manipulation of the Masses
This will explain how mass crowd control is being used.
This is 3 part series

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=8339

Crowd Control
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Just what is my job?
what is his job anyway?
JUST WHAT IS PRESIDENT BUSH'S JOB ANYWAY?

~ CHENEY GOTS A GUN ~

                     
Or

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Come on People Take a Stand
Protect The Buffallo

WATCH THIS
YOU HAVE BEEN TAPPED FOOL!
Bush Wiretapped You

CLICK  PICTURE

STOP THE WAR VIDEO

Watch This From Robert Cray
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Iraq War Music Video

THE WAR TAPES TRAILER

Iraq War Tapes
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"Something's In the Air/But It's Not on the Airwaves"
Watch the video

"anti-war"

60's style of video
Quicktime | Windows Media

Produced by Karen Kilroy & Chris Chandler   8 mins.

This is an 8-minute political music video about the media blackout on the peace & justice movement. During the taping, cast member Sarah Rolan, playing the part of a widowed war bride, received news  that her long-time friend, U.S. Marine reservist Lance Corporal Daniel "Nate" Deyarmin of Tallmadge, Ohio, had been killed during active duty in Iraq. This took place on Monday, August 4, 2005, and 13 other Ohio servicemen also died. 

The song was composed and performed by

Chris Chandler with David Roe

and is dedicated to Nate Deyarmin.

Red Beating Heart

 

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Listen to Frank Zappa Debate

 
1000 people come together in California to spell out the word
 IMPEACH
with their bodies in the sand
You can watch the video here

WATCH THIS
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Arundhati Roy
 
"THE GOD OF
SMALL THINGS"

IMPEACH THIS BUM
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THE Ben & Jerry's
ICE CREAM MAN
"Explains the U.S. Budget"
By using stacks of Cookies
Economics Explained

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You Say You Want a Revolution

Well, you know, it ain't gonna happen. Not here.

By Chuck Klosterman
http://www.esquire.com/features/articles/2006/061207_mfe_January_07_revolution.html

I do not want to overthrow the government. In case you misread that, I am going to type it again, this time more slowly: I. Do. Not. Want. To. Overthrow the government. I don't want black helicopters landing on the roof of my apartment building, and I don't want to be hunted by death squads through the jungles of Bolivia. I always pay my taxes. I think paying taxes is fun! If someone asks me if I enjoy the music of Rage Against the Machine, I usually say, "Oh, they were only okay." Whenever I see people using the metric system, I punch them in the pancreas.

However…

Something has been occupying my mind as of late, and I can't tell if this thought is reassuring or terrifying: I've been thinking about the possibility of revolution, or—more accurately—the impossibility of revolution. I've started wondering what would have to happen before the American populace would try to overthrow its own government, and how such a coup would play itself out. My conclusions are that a) nothing could make this happen, and b) no one would know what to do if it somehow did. The country is too large, its social systems are too complex, and its people are too complacent, too reasonable, and too confused. I've decided that the U. S. government is (for lack of a better, preexisting term) "unoverthrowable." And this would probably make a man like Patrick Henry profoundly depressed, were it not for the fact that he's been dead for 207 years.

"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants," wrote Thomas Jefferson, and his thoughts were far from unique: Almost all of the Founding Fathers were obsessed with the potential for insurgency on U. S. soil. "Future citizens will need muskets to assassinate their oppressive viceroys," James Madison might have hypothetically remarked during the intermission of a slave auction. "In fact, this is probably the second most important freedom any of us will be able to come up with. Somebody should write this shit down." Superficially, such preemptive legislation worked perfectly: There are now roughly two hundred million guns in America, and that's only counting the NBA's Eastern Conference. We have enough privately owned firepower to instantly kill a billion grizzly bears, plus a few dozen prostitutes. But it's hard to imagine these weapons employed in any kind of popular uprising, even if a majority of American adults unilaterally agreed that such an event was necessary. Whom would they presumably shoot? Probably no one, and possibly one another.

The central issue here, I suppose, is impetus: Americans are not particularly motivated to overthrow their government. But what if they were motivated? Would that even matter? In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, countless media whores criticized the government for not doing enough for the people of Louisiana. But let's imagine that the government had done even less; let's imagine that the president and most of Congress decided that New Orleans was a lost cause, barricaded all the roads into the city, and gave up. Let's pretend they made no attempts to relocate the survivors or deliver aid, and New Orleans was allowed to devolve into a rogue dystopia that was no longer recognized as part of the union. One assumes this would prompt cataclysmic outrage; it would be no different from the state-sponsored execution of random poor people, which seems like a revolt-worthy offense. Yet if such a nightmare scenario had actually happened, what could the average middle-class resident of Boise, Idaho (or anywhere else), have done? He'd lose faith in the democratic process, and he'd possibly update his blog. But that's about it. He has no options. He's twenty-two hundred miles from the ruins of Bourbon Street, he's twenty-four hundred miles from Washington, D. C., and he's got to be at work by 9:00 a.m., because he has a house (and he likes his house).

But—just for the sake of argument—let's assume this man still wants to push the envelope. Let's assume this patriot is beyond outraged. Maybe he just rented The Bourne Supremacy, and maybe he thinks the time for blogging has passed. Maybe he's ready to make some really bad choices for some really ethical principles. Maybe Neil Young's "Revolution Blues" comes on his iTunes, so he loads the .30-30 he just bought at Wal-Mart and walks into the street. What now? My aforementioned question remains unresolved: Whom, exactly, is this man supposed to shoot? A cop? The mayor of Boise? A FEMA employee? Whom would he be revolting against? Is it even possible for the modern man to know?

When trying to overthrow a regime, all those unanswerable questions matter. But then again, maybe they don't. I doubt most Americans would participate in a revolution, even if they understood (and supported) its cause completely. I was recently discussing this with a colleague of mine over lunch; we were trying to come up with conditions that could ignite a people's uprising we'd actively involve ourselves with. These possibilities ranged from "massive water shortage" (which could happen in India in the coming decade) to "political infiltration by flesh-eating panda zombies" (which happened in Nepal in 2005). My associate offered this scenario: "Suppose we had evidence that the federal government engineered 9/11," he said. "Suppose we had indisputable proof that we paid the Saudis to blow up the World Trade Center, and members from both political parties had signed off on it. And the day after this proof emerged, George W. Bush announced that he would give a speech at ground zero explaining why this decision was made. If this happened, I assume there would be a protest rally during his speech. And perhaps some people would start throwing rocks, and perhaps I'd be caught up in the frenzy, and perhaps I would start throwing rocks, too."

"So you would take part in the revolution's inception," I responded. "You would throw rocks at a corrupt president."

"Yes," he said. "Maybe. Or maybe not. Probably not. Who knows? I'm not really a rock-throwing kind of guy."

I'm not a rock-throwing kind of guy, either. Moreover, I assume the type of person who hurls rocks in public is not the type of person I would agree with about anything. Modernity has created a cosmic difference between intellect and action, even when both are driven by the same motives; as such, the only people qualified to lead a present-day revolution would never actually do so. Contemporary leaders are not rock-throwing guys. And this is a problem, because it's the rock throwers who get things done.

Here again, my feelings are mixed; maybe I shouldn't have used the word problem in my previous sentence. Perhaps I should have used the word luxury. I'm pretty sure there are numerous countries in this world where citizens dream of a society too rational to be influenced by rock throwers.¹ Security has a way of making philosophy irrelevant, and anyone who disagrees is either a liar or a tenured professor. But there's still something ominous about the reality of our sanctuary. It seems weird that this is the country and there's nothing we can do about it, beyond participating in the system that's already in place. It would not matter what the government did or to whom they did it—nobody knows how to change things in any meaningful way, and the only people who'd try are dangerous and insane. We have reached a point where the reinvention of America is impossible, even if that were what we wanted. Even if that were what everybody wanted.

You might think the government is corrupt, and you might be right. But I'm surprised it isn't worse. I'm surprised they don't shoot us in the street. It's not like we could do anything about it, except maybe die.

¹Although I can't be totally sure that this is true, as these are all countries I will never, ever fucking visit.

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