Friday, April 23, 2010

Blythe To Bishop Ca

Once again time has come to head north. There may be a serious Dust Bowl in formation in parts of the west. Blythe alone has temperatures over 115 F easily. Bishop may hit 100 but the wind is becoming very fierce.

There are a few pictures from Redrocks State Park that are interesting. They are followed by what is left of Owens Lake. The last are the mountains near Bishop.

The photos are from the Crest Bus Route.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Daryl Gates Dead at 83

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One of the most enigmatic performers as a police chief has died. Daryl Gates was head of LAPD during the advent of a Chemical Assault – Scorched Earth that also targeted then President Ronald Reagan in 1987. Gates will always be a controversial figure. What he understood about these events is now lost.

David Nollmeyer


Gates, who was chief of police in the United States' second-largest city from 1978 to 1992, died of cancer at his home in Newport Beach, California, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a brief statement.

As chief during the 1980s, Gates earned a reputation for dealing with gangs, drugs and street crime with a mix of tough, paramilitary force and innovation, establishing the first Special Weapons and Tactics, or SWAT, unit and deploying helicopters to help patrol the sprawling city.

But he came under fierce criticism after the violent March 3, 1991, arrest of Rodney King, a black parolee whose beating by Los Angeles police was captured on videotape and broadcast around the world as evidence of LAPD racism and brutality.

Four of the officers were put on trial for King's beating and their acquittal in April 1992 by an all-white jury touched off three days of the worst urban riots in modern U.S. history, leaving 53 people dead.

Gates, who was roundly criticized for attending a fund-raising dinner in the first hours of rioting, came under heavy pressure to resign and stepped down in June of that year.


Sunday, April 11, 2010

Open Letter To Sen. Feinstein D-CA


Dear Senator Feinstein,

It is clear that from the your legal behaviors as a sworn competent official, senior senator from California, that you are not making any legal remedy to my dilemma here in Blythe, California.

You have one of the longest political careers on record. Your final year of Mayor of San Francisco in 1988,  and your senate career 1993 in continuo places you oath office to uphold the Constitution of the United States in legal jeopardy.

Make no mistake that the Strategic Mission of this manifest Chemical Assault - Scorched Earth is Gay Marriage or Same Sex Marriage. You probably have the greatest deal of experience in LGBTi issues and are respected by these persons.

My life and you legal legacy has been attacked by Gay Militants run out of LAPD. Chief Beck is also being put on notice here but he is conservative and makes no headlines.

The officer(s) who struck then President Reagan on June 17, 1987 when I was in Dover, Delaware was (are) codenamed The Fly as in Lord of the Flies.

They are calling the current group Dodo as in Dodo bird.

The Lord of the Flies should be reviewed in lieu of what persons call Gang - Mob - Stalking. Stranded youths form a tribes on a desert island where the more noble youths are stalked and hunted down by the abnormal set.

I am the most stalked person to Barack Obama, Janet Napolitano, and your legal standing.

Barack Obama has recently made what will be gaff by pointing out the evils of slavery in omission from the recognition of Confederate History in Virginia. As seen Barack Obama should review Jim Crow history and the 14th Amendment (Due Process).

I am one day older than he is born August 3, 1961 in Roswell, New Mexico.

There was an Easter Day earthquake in San Luis, Mexico at 7.2 magnitude. The Colorado River was and has been despoiled through this earthquake and flows towards San Luis. This is Mary Bono’s Palm Spring R-45 District.

This was codenamed Radhanatha from 2007. This is a poison in the well tactic to attempt to implicate Radhanatha swami in the murder of a dissident Hare Krishna devotee in Los Angeles, Sulochana. Radhanatha swami has nothing to do with this Chemical Assault business.

I am an independent ritvik Prabhupadanuga, and my rights to practice my Vedic faith are violated to where the whole state, country, and a great cross section of the world’s population are credibly threatened.
I have also and still support Proposition 8 in California.

You as a female person have set many firsts. I am not a prolific writer, but I believe due to your span of service you have received the most complaints than Senator Joe Biden of Delaware.

You should consider beyond your personal  self and perform the legal duties to uphold my rights. I am strict heterosexual and far from being hostaged by LGBTi or opposite sex interests.

Thank you for your consideration.

David Nollmeyer
Blythe CA

Friday, April 09, 2010

History Repeats Itself…

Blythe CA - Ehrenberg AZ
Dateline 4-9-2010

War and History may be the final courts. Hence Power Reality. Obama proclaims he is a history buff. He has not applied any lessons from Rome to the United States. Nero fiddled while Rome burned. The Teutonic tribesmen demanded surrender numerous times from Augustine onward. Perhaps Rome fell when Commodious began to reign? Such conjectures are not closed arguments with proofs but have relevance. What does slavery mean? What does my persecution mean?

It means that I one day older than Obama. Someone has scripted a very accurate sibling rivalry under a Father Figure. I have designed my rebuttal to Gay Irrationalism - Gay Know Nothing with History in mind. He who controls History controls the world.

I am civil and have at least 26 federal suits as positive records.

I am by no means a megalomaniac. I do enjoy political philosophy and would like to continue living the full life of my cohort.

I will also state that I stand for my ritvik Prabhupadanuga faith in this confrontation over fulfilling my constitutional rights and that of the United States.


David 007

(CNN) -- Virginia's proclamation of Confederate History Month without any reference to slavery was unacceptable, President Obama said in an interview broadcast Friday.

"Well, you know, I'm a big history buff. And I think that understanding the history of the Confederacy and understanding the history of the Civil War is something that every American and every young American should be a part of," he told ABC in an interview taped Thursday.

"Now, I don't think you can understand the Confederacy and the Civil War unless you understand slavery. And so, I think that was a -- an unacceptable omission. I think the governor's now acknowledged that."

Obama was referring to Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, who apologized Wednesday for leaving out any reference to slavery in his recent proclamation designating April as Confederate History Month, calling it a "major omission."

McDonnell, a Republican, also said he would amend the proclamation.

ABC asked the nation's first African-American president to weigh in on the controversy.

"I think it's just a reminder that when we talk about issues like slavery that are so fraught with pain and emotion, that we'd better do so thinking through how this is going to affect a lot of people, and their sense of whether they're part of a commonwealth or part of our broader society."

McDonnell's written apology said, "The failure to include any reference to slavery was a mistake, and for that I apologize to any fellow Virginian who has been offended or disappointed."

"The abomination of slavery divided our nation, deprived people of their God-given inalienable rights, and led to the Civil War," the statement said. "Slavery was an evil, vicious and inhumane practice which degraded human beings to property, and it has left a stain on the soul of this state and nation."

The new language added to the proclamation says that "it is important for all Virginians to understand that the institution of slavery led to this war and was an evil and inhumane practice that deprived people of their God-given inalienable rights."

It adds that "all Virginians are thankful for its permanent eradication from our orders."

McDonnell's statement noted that while Virginia was home to the capital of the Confederacy, it was also the first state in the nation to elect an African-American governor, L. Douglas Wilder, whom McDonnell called "my friend."

In an interview with CNN on Wednesday, Wilder said McDonnell's apology and his introduction of additional proclamation language was "the right thing for him to have done."

"Most people recognize that slavery was the cause of the [Civil] war," Wilder said, noting that McDonnell had called him Wednesday. "The war was not a glorious thing in our past. It was something that we were able to withstand in terms of tearing the country apart. ... Thank God that war ended with the Confederacy losing."

Not all of Wilder's fellow Democrats were willing to forgive McDonnell so quickly Wednesday.

"He has a right to apologize," Virginia state Sen. Henry Marsh III, who is also African-American, told CNN on Wednesday. "But I don't accept that as a good answer, because this is a pattern of this governor.

"He says the wrong thing, he sends a signal to his base, and then he makes an apology," Marsh said. "It's a question of whether or not he's sincere or not."

McDonnell is the first Virginia governor in eight years to issue a proclamation declaring April as Confederate History Month.

Two previous Democratic administrations refused to do so.

"It is important for all Virginians to reflect upon our Commonwealth's shared history, to understand the sacrifices of the Confederate leaders, soldiers and citizens during the period of the Civil War, and to recognize how our history has led to our present," the proclamation reads in part.

Former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine, now the Democratic National Committee chairman, issued a statement Wednesday blasting the exclusion of slavery from the original proclamation.

"Governor McDonnell's decision to designate April as Confederate History Month without condemning, or even acknowledging, the pernicious stain of slavery or its role in the war disregards history, is insensitive to the extraordinary efforts of Americans to eliminate slavery and bind the nation's wounds, and offends millions of Americans of all races and in all parts of our nation," Kaine wrote.

"A failure to acknowledge the central role of slavery in the Confederacy and deeming insignificant the reprehensible transgression of moral standards of liberty and equality that slavery represented is simply not acceptable in the America of the 21st century," he continued.

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Open Letter to Governor Schwarzenegger

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David 007

David Nollmeyer Ehrenberg AZ

Dear Governor Schwarzenegger,

As your term of Governor transpires at the end of 2010, it is prudent that you deliberate the consequences of your stewardship of California. You have essentially promised to end the business as usual posture of Sacramento Politics but in reality this has only lead to a mismanagement of the state and a catastrophic loss to the people.

A Chemical Assault - Scorched Earth was imposed over my natural person and citizenship since June 17, 1987. The former directly attacks my life and other persons in the contaminated environment. Citizenship gives me the LEGAL RIGHT to confront the state. You are the sovereign chief executive of the State of California.

The Colorado River is chemically despoiled at the Blythe CA - Ehrenberg AZ crossing. This water flows south into Mexico who also has rights to this water.
On Easter Sunday, April 4, 2010, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck San Luis, Mexico. I was in Ehrenberg on this day. This does not excuse you as the prime suspect in the Chemical Attack is LAPD.

The Strategic Mission goal is same-sex marriage. I am Proposition 8 supporter. I am a ritvik Hare Krishna. LAPD has code named this Chemical Assault of the water supply Radhanatha. This is a poison in the well tactic to draw attention to the murder of Sulochana Prabhu in Los Angeles in 1986.
This will also affect President Barack Obama.

The other culture that will historically debilitate you and your estate is Gang - Mob - Stalkers. Your entire political career will defined by the Religious - Gender Biased Stalking ( I am Heterosexual) of my person. I am easily the most stalked person in the history of the United States and California to the prejudice of those persons who are the stalkers and those sworn officials who condone these acts of TORTURE.

The Homeland Security officers of the state are cowards in the line of fire as you are for not upholding the citizenship of the people. This is my person in particular and all other third parties in the collective.

The history of the corporation is also in jeopardy as these stalkers perform misdeeds as informants while at work.

You have not fulfilled your sworn duties as Governor of California.

Thank you for your consideration.

David Nollmeyer
Blythe CA - Ehrenberg AZ
April 6, 2010