Monday, July 28, 2008

This is the Moment...

The month of July will be remembered in human rights history for several reasons. Serbian strongman Radovan Karadzic was finally detained in Belgrade. This psychologist turned alternative healer has been deemed culpable for the Srebrenica Massacre of 1995. Over 8,000 Muslim men and youths were systematically killed in Bosnia.

International International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) Presiding Judge Theodor Meron stating:
By seeking to eliminate a part of the Bosnian Muslims [Bosniaks], the Bosnian Serb forces committed genocide. They targeted for extinction the forty thousand Bosnian Muslims living in Srebrenica, a group which was emblematic of the Bosnian Muslims in general. They stripped all the male Muslim prisoners, military and civilian, elderly and young, of their personal belongings and identification, and deliberately and methodically killed them solely on the basis of their identity.[9]

Here in Westwood, California where I have been since May 9, 2008 a very severe scorched earth campaign is underway against me. This lead by a cell of Gay Militants that are attempting to avenge LGBT history. I am a practicing Gaudiya Vaishnava ritvik devotee of His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. Needless to say I am spiritual conservative heterosexual. This Gay Militancy wishes for me to front their abuses by supporting Barack Obama and the Democratic Party. I do not support Obama o John McCain, or any other political leader.

The surface water in all the major lakes is chemically contaminated. Food in stores is contaminated from factories and shipped around me. I am chemically contaminated as all the clothing I can touch has been sprayed by the police and agents. A very serious epistemological attack has been made to poison all that I can see, hear, taste, smell, and touch. This has been ongoing since June 17, 1987 the 200th birthday of the United States Constitution.

I am exactly one day senior in age to Barack Obama being born August 3, 1961 in Roswell New Mexico.

Barack is living in a bubble that is parallel to the isolation of myself that has created the world’s most successful censorship. Barack Obama is a strawman as a leader. The Brandenburg Gate has been a backdrop to the famous and the infamous.

Now is the time to expose the infamous.

I will follow from excerpts of Barack Obama’s speech. There is no doubt that Obama is breaking both United States Federal Law as he is a sworn official and International Law.
I have slowly matured. People will clamor for tyranny. Slobodan Milosevic won his election by suffrage as did Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, William Clinton, and George W. Bush.

Now is the time to expose the infamous.

"A World That Stands as One"
As Prepared For Delivery Berlin, Germany July 24th, 2008

…“This is the moment when we must defeat terror and dry up the well of extremism that supports it. This threat is real and we cannot shrink from our responsibility to combat it. If we could create NATO to face down the Soviet Union, we can join in a new and global partnership to dismantle the networks that have struck in Madrid and Amman; in London and Bali; in Washington and New York. If we could win a battle of ideas against the communists, we can stand with the vast majority of Muslims who reject the extremism that leads to hate instead of hope.”

…“And on the twenty-fourth of June, 1948, the Communists chose to blockade the western part of the city. They cut off food and supplies to more than two million Germans in an effort to extinguish the last flame of freedom in Berlin. The size of our forces was no match for the much larger Soviet Army. And yet retreat would have allowed Communism to march across Europe. Where the last war had ended, another World War could have easily begun. All that stood in the way was Berlin. And that’s when the airlift began – when the largest and most unlikely rescue in history brought food and hope to the people of this city.”

…“People of Berlin – people of the world – this is our moment. This is our time.”

…People of Berlin – and people of the world – the scale of our challenge is great. The road ahead will be long. But I come before you to say that we are heirs to a struggle for freedom. We are a people of improbable hope. With an eye toward the future, with resolve in our hearts, let us remember this history, and answer our destiny, and remake the world once again.”

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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

On the Death of Tony Snow

The death of White House press secretary Tony Snow demonstrates the lack of and legitimacy and focus in the presidency and journalism. For an individual who suffered from colon cancer Snow demonstrated a very cavalier character in regards tothose challenged by genetics and the environment.

I am beginning to be more candid in my analysis as Mr. Snow can be. This nation is suffering from a brutal chemical assault that the White House regardless if the Republicans or the Democrats are in power refuse to recognize.

The water in California is contaminated and this is in areas that are affected by wildfires as Lassen and Plumas Counties.
If someone were to comment on my ultimate fate hopefully I will do such here, much to the chagrin of so-called journalism.
David Nollmeyer
Westwood CA

The Sunday talk-show hosts paid tribute this morning to one of their own: Tony Snow, the first moderator of "Fox News Sunday," who died of colon cancer on Saturday.
Snow hosted the program -- the first news show on the Fox television network -- for seven years, from 1996 to 2003. He then turned his attention to "Weekend Live with Tony Snow" on Fox News Channel and "Tony Snow Live" on Fox News Radio before being named White House press secretary in April 2006.

He served President Bush until stepping down in September 2007, citing his desire to ensure that his family was financially secure. Most recently, he was a commentator on CNN.

On CBS' "Face the Nation," former Republican National Committee chair Ed Gillespie recalled Snow as "one of the good guys." ...

"He was so good at what he did, whether it was as a commentator, as a newsman, as an editorial writer, as a press secretary or as a speechwriter, because he cared deeply about the- issues," Gillespie said. "And he was always positive and upbeat and optimistic, and people resonated -- that resonated with people."

On CNN, Gloria Borger of US News & World Report told Wolf Blitzer of "Late Edition" that Snow "could disagree with you without being disagreeable. ... So smart, so engaging. And one of his talents was listening. That's why he was such a good host of the Sunday show. He was such a good listener. And he was able to respond to you by just taking apart your argument. And he did it so well, but always with a generous nature."

"He had a real sense in the debate and the exchange," said CNN's Jessica Yellin, who covered the White House during Snow's tenure as press secretary. "He came in at a time when the press was enormously frustrated, feeling cut out and he really engaged everybody. He didn't always give you the answer.

"He was very good at changing the topic. But I'll tell you one thing, the minute he came, people started to expand their vocabulary. They would walk out of that press briefing room asking, 'What did that word mean?' and they'd look it up. He raised everyone's game."


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