zondag 31 augustus 2014


Red Ice Radio - Jon Rappoport - Hour 1 -
 The Surveillance State & War on the Individual


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Could Al Qaeda hack into your car and crash it? http://youtu.be/JdVuSXSWExY

donderdag 18 juli 2013


I believe in the existence of unicorns, (and in many more entities and “tendencies to exist”). But most of all, I believe in unicorns.

Why? I never saw a real one, but a long, long time ago, I was about 12 years old, I had gotten permission to visit and use the “Big Library”, for adults only, when I first was confronted by this mystery animal. The building is gone now and so are the many books that were kept there, too.

In the dusty and narrow alleyways one could wander for hours. And this is what I did. History, Geography, exotic locations and the wonders of nature, were my favorite subjects.

One Wednesday afternoon I layed my hands on a big book, richly illustrated , which told the story of the unicorn, who was still alive and kicking. Where? In Kenya!

The book, with a picture of a unicorn on the cover, told the story of an old book, that was recently discovered, which described a strategy to find the mysterious white horse. Or better, the animal would find YOU, if you were worthy.

As a novice, the daring had to undergo a kind of initiation-rite. Quite dangerous, because it meant a close confrontation with lions and elephant. The book described the journey of a German antropologist, who had made it all the way. The book was full of pictures of elephants and a lion-pack. The author got realy close to these wild animals. He was helped by a anoyting oil, the recipee was in the book.

But the last part of the book was the most impressive. Lots of pictures of unicorns in their natural habitat, wearing small blue flowers on their head. There even was a picture of a unicorn charg a lion.

The book was gone, when I searched for it, a couple of years later. But I still am convinced, that the pictures were authentic. No way, that it was faked and manipulated .

Do unicorns exist? Yes!


SiTU MONKEY MEMO: daily update
Take good care of yourself.
Irrationality is in the air.
People get distracted or extremely focussed. Especially in trafic and large crowds.
Brainmasters create the reality we have dreamed of. The word will become flesh.
Be aware, that you see “things”, other people don't see. Most humans are blinded and kept that way. Still these things (anomalies, voices/music, shadows, ufos and angelic entities), interfere with our life.
We are ruled by aliens.
What do I mean by that.
Cruelty, torture, abuse, murder, wars and rumours of wars, polluting, medical and social experiments (Jonestown) are unknown in the animal kingdom, we are part of (Noah's Ark).
These attitudes are alien to us and leed to suffering and death.
No animal kills itself. They do.


Control suggests automatic, robot-like behavior directed by an outside source. This is operational within all the military forces on this planet, for ages. The result is (groups of)people, who do exactly as told. Human norms are redefined (to kill for the cause) and possitively rewarded (medals, money, status). Technology and drugs are used to imprint the behavioral responses.

Extreme, but effective. A global phenomena.

But mindcontrol is much more than this.

To control the masses and target certain individuals “multi-wave systems” are used. They beam all kinds of frequencies and radiation, to interfere and get into the mindframe of human beings. The result is pessimism, hearing voices, burning sensations, stupid behavior, apathy, feelings of helplessness and loss of hope and joy. All of these systems are running 24/7. Mainly in the USA, but the imposing (communication)metal-towers are appearing everywhere. I can see one from my window.

We have to realise, that when these “Brain Invaders” have global coverage; mankind is doomed to slavery.
Second Coming [Sheik Imran Hossein]
The Rise Of The Anti-christ And The Second Coming [Sheik Imran Hossein] [Video]
Verarmd uranium: weinig bekend gevaar in Irak
Verarmd uranium: weinig bekend gevaar in Irak - Buitenland - Reformatorisch Dagblad

Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory
 - Brain Invaders -
Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory - Brain Invaders - Season 3 Episode 7 [Video]
Prince Harry: I've killed Taliban insurgents

The Yakuza in Japan has links that extend as far back as 400 years to Edo era. But their days of protecting the weak against the strong are long gone. Today, the Yakuza is a mighty and entrenched criminal network with nearly 80,000 members operating in 22 crime syndicates, and raking in billions of dollars a year. And Japan's law enforcement wants to wipe them out once and for all.
101 East: Battling the Yakuza http://youtu.be/ZWrSqQ4lvjw
jan. 2013: US military lifts ban on women in combat
 US defense secretary Leon Panetta has decided to lift a ban on women serving in combat.


Advertising makes you want to believe, that your life sucks and that the only remedy is to go shopping.
India's population to overtake China by 2028: UN

10 toekomstige toepassingen van drones

Drones staan vooral bekend om hun vernietigende karakter maar ze hebben ook vele positieve toepassingen. Zo kunnen deze onbemande vliegtuigjes slachtoffers van natuurrampen zoeken, misdadigers opsporen en op tornado’s jagen.
Drones kunnen niet alleen voor militaire doeleinden ingezet worden. De toepassingen zijn eindeloos. © Reuters
Eten bezorgen

De Britse tak van de pizzaketen Domino’s lanceerde een publiciteitsstunt waarin pizza’s geleverd worden met drones. De Domicopter brengt twee grote pizza’s in een straal van vier mijl op tien minuten bij je thuis. De Britse regering beperkt evenwel het commerciële gebruik van drones. Het is in Groot-Brittannië illegaal om te vliegen met drones binnen een bewoond gebied van 150 meter.

Drinken bezorgen
In Zuid-Afrika kunnen bezoekers van het Oppi Koppi muziekfestival in augustus hun blikje bier laten leveren via drones. U bestelt met uw gsm een fris blikje bier. Daarna brengen de drones via een parachute het pintje bij de juiste bezoeker. De drones vliegen met behulp van een GPS-systeem. Of het systeem echt werkt, zal nog moeten blijken.

Jagen op tornado’s Drones kunnen in het midden van een storm komen zonder dat mensen hun leven op het spel zetten. De NASA begon onlangs met een experiment van drie jaar waarbij drones worden gebruikt om op orkanen te jagen. Het experiment heeft een prijskaartje van dertig miljoen dollar.

De drones van de NASA kunnen dertig uur vliegen en meer dan 17.000 kilometer afleggen. De NASA hoopt door de drones de weersvoorspellingen te verbeteren en daardoor levens te redden.

zaterdag 30 augustus 2014

Flying Human Like Creatures Seen Worldwide
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama has said American leadership was never more necessary in the world than now and there is no competition to it from countries like China and Russia.

"The truth of the matter is that the world has always been messy. In part, we're just noticing now because of social media and our capacity to see in intimate detail the hardships that people are going through," Obama said at a Democratic Party fund raiser in New York.

"The good news is that American leadership has never been more necessary, and there's really no competition out there for the ideas and the values that can create the sort of order that we need in this world," he said, adding that countries like China and Russia are nowhere near the US.
The 18 most innovative cities on earth
Bangalore, is known as the Silicon Valley of India, with a tech sector that brings in $17 billion in revenue a year. 
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The 18 most innovative cities on earth

Cities might be humanity's greatest invention — if you listen to Harvard economist Ed Glaeser, author of "Triumph of the City."

"So much of what humankind has achieved over the past three millennia has come out of the remarkable collaborative creations that come out of cities," he said in an interview. "We are a social species. We come out of the womb with the ability to sop up information from people around us. It's almost our defining characteristic as creatures. And cities play to that strength."

Indeed, many modern metros are pushing the limits of industry, design, and urban planning, while rethinking the way people live and work.

With that in mind, we assembled a list of the 18 most innovative cities in the world, using a range of metrics from patents per capita to skyscraper height.

1. Singapore has the best infrastructure in the world, including an airport complete with a butterfly garden, rooftop pool, movie theaters, hotels, spas, showers, and even a four-story slide.

2. Amsterdam is the most bike-friendly city in the world, with a full 38% of all trips in the city made by bicycle.

3. Bangalore, is known as the Silicon Valley of India, with a tech sector that brings in $17 billion in revenue a year. Venture capital has noticed, investing $300 million in venture funding in 2012.

4. London, England, has the most economic opportunity of any city in the world, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers. One key is that London is a gateway to the world, with its six international airports.

5. Helsinki, Finland, makes the list for a super innovative transit system — one that will soon have "a real-time marketplace for customers to choose among transport providers and piece together the fastest or cheapest way of getting where they need to go."

6. Hong Kong is easily the most vertically aggressive city in the world. Asia's financial capital has 1,268 skyscrapers, more than twice that of any other city.

7. San Jose, California, might be the most forward-thinking city on the planet, with a staggering 5,066 patents per million residents.

8. Vienna, Austria, makes the list for consistently having the highest quality of life in the world, thanks to excellent public transit, renowned museums, more international congresses than any other city, and inventing filtered coffee. It also enjoy some of the finest urban planning, with substandard housing amounting to less than 9% of the city's total.

9. Copenhagen, Denmark, boasts some of the most efficient nationalized healthcare on Earth, with both maternity and paternity leave.

10. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is leading the way in becoming a "smart city." For instance, it lets residents use smartphones to alert the city to infrastructure issues.

11. Medellin, Colombia, was once one of the world's most violent places, but the South American city is now a case study in urban revival. One example: Clever city planning, including the use of gondolas and escalators, has cut hours-long commute times to minutes.

12. Cape Town, South Africa, makes it easy to get off fossil fuels, like by making solar water heaters available to citizens.

13. Vancouver, Canada, has set a mission to become the greenest city in the world by 2020, which has already lead to a 20% decrease in water consumption. Plus, 41% of people walk or bike to get around.

14. Santiago, Chile, has lower corruption rates than anywhere else in South America and is launching initiatives like Startup Chile, making it one of the most entrepreneur-friendly cities in the world.

15. Dubai, UAE, features strikingly innovative architecture, like the 160-story-tall Burj Khalifa, the tallest building on earth.

16. Tokyo, Japan, launched the world's first cap and trade system in 2010 and now has 1,100 participating facilities.

17. Munich, Germany, set an initiative to become totally energy sustainable by 2025 — and it's 37% of the way there.

18. Seoul, South Korea, has made inroads in becoming one of the world's top "smart" cities. For example, it's introducing GPS to the city's 25,000 taxi cabs — providing real-time traffic information.
Dear friends,

As a new round of violence kicks off in Israel-Palestine and more children are killed, it's time to take definitive non-violent action to end this nightmare. Our governments and companies have continued to aid, trade and invest in the violence, but we can help stop it if we call on Dutch pension fund ABP together with other key businesses to pull out their investments aiding injustice and violence -- add your voice now:

As a new round of violence kicks off in Israel-Palestine and more children are killed, it's not enough just to call for another ceasefire. It’s time to take definitive non-violent action to end this decades long nightmare.

Our governments have failed -- while they have talked peace and passed UN resolutions, they and our companies have continued to aid, trade and invest in the violence. The only way to stop this hellish cycle of Israel confiscating Palestinian lands, daily collective punishment of innocent Palestinian families, Hamas firing rockets, and Israel bombing Gaza is to make the economic cost of this conflict too high to bear.

We know it works -- when pension fund PGGM and two other Dutch companies withdrew their investments from initiatives that finance activities in Israel’s illegal settlements, citing legal concerns, it caused a political storm in Israel. But Dutch pension fund ABP is one of the world’s biggest, and it still invests in three of the same Israeli banks that PGGM did. If enough of us raise the alarm we could get ABP to uphold the law and pull out.

This may not feel like a direct way to stop the current killing, but history tells us that raising the financial cost of oppression can pave a path to peace. Click to call on ABP and 5 other key businesses to pull out -- If we all take smart action now and turn up the heat, they could withdraw, the Israeli economy will take a hit, and we can turn the calculation of the extremists politically profiting from this hell upside down:


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How Bilderberg Works: An Institutional Analysis http://youtu.be/3HmmsiG_XkY

Red Ice Radio - Felice Vinci & William Mullen - Baltic Origins of Homer's Epic Tales



The huge and complex problems of today's generation often install doubt and fear that everything is futile. Yet by analyzing how the power of our media, schooling and parenting have molded us, we can start to comprehend what we must adjust - our generation and our culture. Studies show that the average family spends around four hours a day in front of the TV... Internet and video games are not included. A huge portion of our lives we spend sitting in front of a screen... and guess what is shaping us?
Targeting an age group of adolescents, their most important sector of the population, corporations propel themselves exclusively on the desire of our generation for material goods, resulting in creation of a never-ending pile of products which will be advertised, consumed and eventually disposed of. What about the consequences this may have on our planet? But with this ever-expanding consumption of goods, how too can this influence the integrity of our generation?