Saturday, June 28, 2008

In re: Barack Obama and John McCain

Now that the primary season has produced the presumptive candidates of the two major parties; one has to deliberate over the folly of the ritualism of these persons and the culture.

The emperor has no clothes…

The barbaric conditions that have persisted over the last 21 years has no agenda with either figure. The economy is being wrecked along with a despoiled environment. Monetarism has debased the American dollar to the point where it has been displaced by the Euro. America has flourished when it genuinely was a true leader.

In contrast a true electoral fraud is ongoing today in Zimbabwe courtesy of the despot Robert Mugabe who has no shame in laying bare an ole school power play to retain power.

The American culture and human species has a great lesson to learn in the exploitative marginalization tactics that are being used to oppress and alienate one and the collective from spiritual and civil justice.

The American presidency is probably within a decade or two from being exposed as a system of charlatans who sold their citizens down the river.

I genuinely enjoy pointing out that I am one day senior in age to Barack Obama being born August 3, 1961 in Roswell, New Mexico. At the present the myth is more important than the person.

The two candidates are most surely investing time in vetting their vice-presidential candidates and raising funds.

I personally have two choices as spiritual survivalist. Externally one can find a defensible spot and hunker down and wait for aid or attempt to walk out or fight. Since I have no access to real courts (I have made over 26 federal suits that would have stopped this event.), the rational use of legal documents in a historical context is and was a correct territorial decision.

I do not see how any real transparent legal venue could vindicate any sworn duty bound official who was correctly brought before the court.

Hare Krishna

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Friday, June 13, 2008

Walk that Walk...

Tim Russert of Meet the Press has died. Long revered and disdained for what could be pointed questioning this leader in news journalism is now dead. Recently I remember him for sharp questioning of Rudi Giulani and Ron Paul during the primaries. The lack of direct commentary of the last twenty one years of usurapation will burst this icon’s legacy. Conditions here now in Westwood California are horrific with chemical conatmination.
NBC News and MSNBC
updated 2 minutes ago

WASHINGTON - Tim Russert, NBC News’ Washington bureau chief and the moderator of “Meet the Press,” died Friday after being stricken at the bureau, NBC News said Friday. He was 58.

Russert was recording voiceovers for Sunday’s “Meet the Press” program when he collapsed, the network said.

He had recently returned from Italy, where his family was celebrating the graduation of ---Russert’s son, Luke, from Boston College.

Russert was best known as host of “Meet the Press,” which he took over in December 1991. Now in its 60th year, “Meet the Press” is the longest-running program in the history of television.

But he was also a vice president of NBC News and head of its overall Washington operations, a nearly round-the-clock presence on NBC and MSNBC on election nights.

He was “one of the premier political journalists and analysts of his time,” Tom Brokaw, the former longtime anchor of “NBC Nightly News,” said in announcing Russert’s death. “This news division will not be the same without his strong, clear voice.”

In 2008, Time Magazine named Russert him one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Timothy John Russert Jr. was born in Buffalo, N.Y., on May 7, 1950. He was a graduate of Canisius High School, John Carroll University and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He was a member of the bar in New York and the District of Columbia.

Senate staffer before entering journalism-After graduating from law school, Russert went into politics as a staff operative. In 1976, he worked on the Senate campaign of Daniel Patrick Moynihan, D-N.Y., and in 1982, he worked on Mario Cuomo’s campaign for governor of New York.

Russert joined NBC News in 1984. In April 1985, he supervised the live broadcasts of NBC’s TODAY show from Rome, negotiating and arranging an appearance by Pope John Paul II, a first for American television. In 1986 and 1987, Russert led NBC News’ weeklong broadcasts from South America, Australia and China.

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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

History in Retrospect

A review of the last twenty-one years since the 200th Anniversary of the United States which would be June 17, 1987 reveals Homeland Security as the most important issue. Within this I would place human rights which is not exclusive to a just and righteous government and state.
Herein it is easy to discern that the last four presidents are in fact irrationalist:

  1. Ronald Reagan
  2. George H.W. Bush
  3. William Clinton
  4. George W. Bush
These four individuals are part of what is a clear Perfect Dictator. This system regardless of whether the Democrats or the Republicans win is tyrannical in not recognizing a de facto totalitarian police state run out of LAPD CA. Electronic surveillance is rampant, chemical assault attacks humans and natural species alike. Environmentalists and corporate business concerns are equal frauds and charlatans.
Al Gore is a HOAX as a environmentalists. He as his presidential predecessors lacks the courage to step forward and do the right thing.
The United States is on the verge of witnessing Barack Obama be the first African American to win the presidential nomination of a major political party. His mantra of change rings hollow. By being a ritualistic player of the game he claims to be changing, he too, becomes a player.
California has witnessed Hollywood Arnold Schwarzenegger emerge as an outsider as governor only to be another insider.
Hillary Clinton is no more than a Raul Castro, or continuity to protect a purge than a genuine figure on universal healthcare.
John McCain the presumptive Republican candidate has lost hi wartime courage. I believe he has a small advantage over Barack Obama but he is also an insider an not a maverick on the side of Justice, Liberty, and Freedom.
The Homeland and Civilization remain unprotected.

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