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 Barack Hussein Allwellbama: War is Peace and Peace is War3 comments
picture11 Dec 2009 @ 13:26
After ClimateGate comes another major blow for the (religious) institution called 'Science': the Nobel Prize Award for a war apologist. [link]

How low can it get before the 'scientific community' wakes up and defends its own integrity?

As far as Afghanistan goes: see [link] and [link]

"In 2007, Afghanistan supplied 93% of the world's opium, according to the U.S. State Department. Illicit poppy production, meanwhile, brings $4 billion into Afghanistan, or more than half the country’s total economy of $7.5 billion, according to the United Nations Office of Drug Control (UNODC)."

Congrats to all the nations who help Obama to continue this scheme, including the Germans [link] who really should know better. Oh well...

On the bright side, there's sun out there, the first time in some weeks, maybe we'll have a bit of summer coming down to Brazil after all :)  More >

 Joachim di Fiore and Obama4 comments
picture17 Oct 2009 @ 16:21
Well, some time ago I mentioned the incredible, unlikely connection between Joachim di Fiore and Obama, as I gleaned out of the most strange book I've ever encountered and that I'm translating now.

I nearly mentioned it in my recent interview at Cafe Filosofico [link] when I talked about the impact of 'trinity' as ideology not only present in Comte's positivism but in modern politics at large...

Surprise, surprise, once more: 'reality' passed me by and I didn't even notice it until just now:

Here [link] we read the following:
The Vatican has dismissed as a heretic a mystical medieval monk apparently cited by Barack Obama as a moral authority and visionary.

According to Father Raniero Cantalamessa, preacher to the Pontifical Household, the US President referred in campaign speeches to Gioacchino da Fiore, or Joachim of Fiore, as a ''master of contemporary civilisation'' who had sought to create a better world. Drawing on the Book of Revelation, Gioacchino envisaged a "new age of the Holy Spirit" in which the Church hierarchy would cease to exist and Christians would unite with infidels in an "Order of the Just".
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Well, well, well, the circle is closing...  More >

 A Boy Named Sue and the False American Dream19 comments
picture8 Nov 2008 @ 16:06
Amidst concerns for the future of mankind, shortly after a nice little home-brewn monetary crisis, here comes the new American dream, revisited 2008: Barack Obama.

Fascinating to watch how the mass media switches from whining to hoping, worldwide, unisono, of course, with no major newspaper detracting. This alone should give you to think: how come? Where's the catch?

First of all, the actual politics is made by 545 people, see Merlin's wise words [link] !

Even more of concern should be Obama's team. Quote from [link] : "Obama's main overall image adviser and foreign policy adviser is Zbigniew Brzezinski, the co-founder of David Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission, and the mastermind of the disastrous Carter administration."

What about economy: (again quoted) "From Wikipedia: 'Austan D. Goolsbee is an economist and is currently the Robert P. Gwinn Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He is also a Research Fellow at the American Bar Foundation[1], Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and a member of the Panel of Economic Advisors to the Congressional Budget Office."

So, there you have it! Nothing NEW, in the contrary, America goes back to the time of Jimmy Carter, congratulations, good luck, folks!

Obama in short: new face, same old...

But enough of this negativity! Let's "think positive" for a moment! Let's go..

WHAT IF, yes, what if the idea that is supposedly behind the masterplan of our rulers were true? Meaning, that the interpretation of Kant's 'thesis-antithese-synthesis' were correct, which would, in the extreme, mean that 'war creates evolution of man' (or at least accelerates it)?

A bold move, which reminds me of:  More >