Archive for May, 2010

Kevin Costner’s Investment In Oil Cleaning Machine Comes to Fruition Just In Time

For the second time on Coast to Coast AM, a caller mentioned “Kevin Cosnter’s oil cleaning machine” or “oil machine”. I had forgotten to look it up the first time I heard of it, but did so this time, and I’m amazed. The pics are linked to a video on the device:

Gulf spill puts oil in Kevin Costner’s machine
by NewsCore 5/20/2010/12:55 P.M.

KEVIN Costner has been given the go ahead to fulfill another dream – using his own machine to help clean up the massive BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

BP has approved a test of Costners Ocean Therapy device to help the company clean up the Gulf after its Deepwater Horizon drill rig exploded and began spewing oil into the water, officials said.

The machine – described as a processing device that separates oil from water – was first developed by scientists hired by Costner following the 1989 Exxon-Valdez oil spill off the coast of Alaska.

“The machines are basically sophisticated centrifuge devices that can handle a huge volume of water and separate at unprecedented rates,” Ocean Therapy Solutions CEO John Houghtaling said.

“They were developed from older centrifuge technology.

“Normal centrifuge machines are very slow and sensitive to different ratios of oil to water mixtures at intake. ”

Costner has been funding a team of scientists for the past 15 years to develop a technology that could be used for massive oil spills.

The Acad[e]my Award-winner could not be reached for comment, but told reporters last week that he wanted to help.

“Years before I got involved, oil spills came and I would wonder why we couldn’t clean this up,” he said. – Source

More info: Kevin Costner may hold key to oil spill cleanup

Video: Kevin Costner Helps To Fight Spill

Does It Work? – Kevin Costner’s Oil-Cleaning Machine by Ian Yarett

Kevin Costner oil spill idea to be tested by BP officials (with video)

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Related post: Reports of multiple seabed leaks/vents/gushers in the Gulf of Mexico 7/7/2010 video

Catholicism and the CIA and the South American Dirty Wars

I still haven’t found any evidence, at least not strong evidence, that the Freemasons heavily influenced the CIA during the South American Dirty Wars, but I did find out that it’s head during that time, was a Catholic

Christianity, Nanotechnology, and Artificial Life: Is there a Controversy?

In answer to the title, I know of none, but I do remember reading a few absurd comments from a Catholic Bishop and from P. Obama saying people off all fields should meet to discuss it. I’m talking about this because I’ve noticed that ever since the “artificial” DNA was created and injected into some bacterial life form, that people have been coming to my journal looking to see if there has been any controversy about it from Christians. It doesn’t bother me to know that artificial life could be created, because Revelation/The Apocalypse already says that Satan would create life himself:

Then I saw another beast rising out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb and it spoke like a dragon: It exercises all the authority of the first beast in its presence, and makes the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose mortal wound was healed. It performs great signs, even making fire come down from heaven to earth in front of people, and by the signs that it is allowed to work in the presence of the beast it deceives those who dwell on earth, telling them to make an image for the beast that was wounded by the sword and yet lived. And it was allowed to give breath to the image of the beast, so that the image of the beast might even speak and might cause those who would not worship the image of the beast to be slain. Also it causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to be marked on the right hand or the forehead, so that no one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name. This calls for wisdom: let the one who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and his number is 666. – Revelation 13:11-18

To me, it’s another clear sign that we are in the end last half of the last days.

Catholics and Love and a Memorable Memorial Day

About twenty minutes ago, I was walking outside to work on my netbook, and a group of teens walked past me as I walked, and a female said to me, “Jesus loves you” and I thought I heard another one of them say something like, “You shouldn’t make fun of… [people?].” But as I walked past them it began to bother me and I was curious about them since I’d never seen them before. So I turned around to ask the one who spoke to me if she and her apparent boyfriend were Christians. They said yes, and I think the boyfriend then said, “Catholics” at that point, but they did acknowledge they were. And I asked if they had evidence that God loves everyone. And the boyfriend to my disappointment (but at the same time I was happy he new Scripture) quoted John 3:16. The girlfriend asked me what was wrong either before or after I tried to tell them gently that the Bible uses metaphors another one of their group, a female, with a beautiful face, came up to me, as the one who first spoke to me said, asked if I wanted to pray about something. But then a few seconds later said that she had to “jump her ex boyfriend” and replied, “jump” thinking of sex, but it occurred to me that wasn’t what she meant since she said “ex boyfriend”. would talk to me later. I then followed them and the rest of their group and soon her boyfriend began arguing with the ex, who turned out to be his brother, who was very different looking, as he was white, and the current boyfriend was plainly was Latin, though not the stereotypical looking type. I recorded some of the arguing which later turned to fighting. Stupid me I didn’t turn it on when I first started talking to them. I don’t plan on showing the video anyways, except a long time after, because the police around here are corrupt, and I want nothing to do with them unless it’s to sue them. But I tell this story because it adds to what I’ve previously said about Catholics. I’m not being direct in case they read this – don’t want to offend with sharp words. There’s a little more to the story, but not important.

I’m pretty tormented ever since I saw, some hours ago during the day, a very, very beautiful woman, with an ugly man, and she glanced at me intently twice, but I didn’t get a clear look at her face as I wanted to, since she was very beautiful even from a distance. I hope to see her again.

MMA fighter Jarrod Wyatt allegedly ripped out heart of training partner Taylor Powell

by Nick Klopsis

A California judge upheld charges of murder against a mixed martial arts fighter on Friday after the man allegedly cut the victim’s heart out of his chest. Mixed martial arts fighter Jarrod Wyatt, 26, was reportedly under the influence of psychedelic drugs when witnesses said he and his sparring partner, Taylor Powell, became preoccupied with the notion that the end of the world was near and that there would be a final struggle between God and the devil, the Times-Standard reports. Del Norte County Police Sgt. Elwood Lee, who responded to the incident early March 21, said that Wyatt told him at the scene that he saw the devil in Powell’s face and that “‘Satan was in that dude.'” He allegedly cut an 18-inch hole in Powell’s chest, removed his heart, cut his tongue off and removed a majority of Powell’s face. Lee also said that Wyatt admitted he had cooked the body parts in a wood stove at the Klamath residence because he thought that Powell was still alive and that he needed to “stop the devil.” “At one point,” Lee said in court, “[Wyatt] asked if we were God, or if we were God coming to save him.” Detective Ed Fleshman, who testified that he spoke with Wyatt in a holding cell later that morning, said that Wyatt told him that he, Powell and two other friends had drunk hallucinogenic mushroom tea prior to the incident. When one friend, Justin Davis, tried to leave the scene, Wyatt reportedly tried to stop him, saying that a tidal wave was coming. Davis left to go to nearby Crescent City but returned later to get his dog, when he saw a struggle ensuing in the living room and proceeded to call 911. – More here

Similar story: Self-described Christian and Eagle Scout murdered his friend and roommate Larry Hooper

mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days.
People will be in love with themselves, lovers of money,
boastful, proud, abusive… without love, unforgiving…
without self-control, brutal…

2 Timothy 3:1-3

Abovetopsecret, Lying Atheists and Skeptics, Mel’s Hole and Screams from Hell

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Would have published this about 2 P.M. or earlier, but was really exhausted and had to sleep.

A fake news article headline says, “Researchers record the screams of the damned”

Early in the morning George Knapp had on Mark Allin, the corporate officer responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the corporation and for operations management of “The Above Network” ( and and the co-creator of both sites. Mark is one of the men responsible for the discrimination of Christians in both websites, having them banned if they post Bible verses or speak against liberals or promote Christianity or creationism (despite the token forum sections set up for such talk). The corporation is meant to destroy all major religions, as his words, moderators and certain stories he features sometimes show. For example he made a nonsensical attack against all major religions when Knapp was interviewing, by saying that he (Mark) didn’t know why governments were hiding (and lying about) the fact that aliens and UFOs exist (after having given out the typical guesses as to why) being that “the major religions no longer control government”, or he said something almost exactly like that. In other words, “the major religions are against the truth, so I don’t know why non-religious people who now control the government won’t tell the truth”. That statement is a contradiction, besides being bigoted as it’s not based on truth itself and is libel against Christians who obey God and do good by doing so and that good ends up helping bigoted, vain, hypocritical liars like Mark to survive and live well. It’s also an absurd statement being that many people in governments all over the world are religious, which shows that Mark is an ignoramus and forgetful of the very obvious. It contradicts itself in that what he said implies that non-religious people are truth and beneficial, and so they shouldn’t be lying to or hiding helpful information from the world: they can’t be truth and hindering liars at the same time. It’s also a contradiction in that it makes out all religious people to be mere liars and people who only hide beneficial knowledge, but if that were true, they would all be dead and would not have formed governments let alone any family units that benefited anyone or which helped produce facts. No governments would have been formed being that the first people known to have existed were all religious (and therefore according to Mark, the opposite of orderly), and if you don’t believe that the fist humans were religious, archaeological logical evidence of all the first civilizations shows that they were entirely or mostly religious. The U.S. government also started out partially based on Christianity, and slowly became secular. In other words Mark implied that order and truth came from chaos, disorder, from liars and truth-hiders: but as we can see, liars and truth-hiders cannot maintain order on their own, they need the help of honest and beneficial people in order to do so, or have the appearance of doing so (and it sure wasn’t atheists or secularists who were secretly stabilizing the governments of the world for thousands of years). Because of people like Mark however, especially people who teach that the universe had it’s sole origin in a chaotic beginning and that chaos/randomness is a real “law of physics/nature” that affects everything, it doesn’t sound like a contradiction to them to say “disorder produced order”. If that is the case for you, consider this contradictory statement: “The liar is a truthful person” or this one, “those who hide the truth are people who show the truth”, or “those who promote disorder are people who promote what leads to order”.

Now some may argue that Mark was merely generalizing, but from the actions he allows on ATS, which is the endless banning of Christians and constant vilification of Christians (especially fundamentalists of any religion – and fundamentalists to them are basically, “people who teach that only one God exists and that he wants his will to be followed regardless of anyone elses will, and that God is perfect and wants you to be perfect too, and will punish you if you aren’t). And people like Mark (and many of them are atheists) always leave out that Christians or Muslims show any love. It’s also noteworthy that Mark said “major religions” which would include Buddhism, even though it’s atheistic, and so some might say that Mark isn’t an atheist and therefore very biased as I and other Christians might imagine, however, if Mark were the type who didn’t want to immediately offend, but to try and persuade people to go to his website to make a profit off them and continually by making converts of them to humanistic atheism, then it would have been logical for him to hide his hateful focus on Christians, Muslims and Hindus by making a more generalized statement, which in the minds of many, sounds more fair (and not a bias/hateful attitude due to pride) and therefore less offensive.

Mark, who makes himself out to be an knowledgeable of religion and conspiracies and mysteries also showed his vanity and carelessness when a caller that morning asked if Mark

had ever heard of the recording of screams from Hell made by a Russian researcher. Mark and Knapp said they didn’t know anything about it, but Mark said he had heard of “Mel’s Hole” and that it had been a popular topic when Art Bell was the main host of C2C A.M., and that Art was friends with Mel, and that Mel had made recordings of sounds in the hole and it probably had to do with the hole. Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong. It’s been shown for a long time now, more than a year, that “Mel’s Hole” and the screams from Hell were hoaxes. Even on ATS, one alien-believing member “AlienS” credit thieved off and on the same day “ladyspiritguide” plagiarized AlienS and AlienS plagiarized (owned by the Darwinist couple Barbara and David Mikkelson) and Barbara and David apparently credit-thieved off (credit-thieving and plagiarism is something common among non-fundamentalist Christians, and no surprise Darwinists are being that Darwin credit-thieved off Edward Blyth).

The article I linked to as a reference (which I wouldn’t have done for a main reference if I had found another source I found years ago) itself has lies in it, claiming that a man named “Red Elk” claimed no native American ancestry, even though it’s clearly stated on Coast to Coast AM that he had (long before the Mel’s Hole skeptoid article was published). The skeptoid article also makes the absurd claim that,

These [Coast to Coast] episodes [in which hoaxes were accepted as fact by Art Bell and George Noory] show that Coast to Coast AM will gladly give a platform to any caller, with any story, no matter how preposterous, even those made up on the spur of the moment with no documentation or verification. Now, there’s nothing wrong with doing that and I don’t think it’s a fair criticism; after all it’s a show about weird stuff and they make no representation that everything (or anything) they broadcast is true.

Besides the obviously false claim that in order to have “weird” and strange material you most embrace any story that comes your way and that there’s nothing wrong with lying or assuming, it’s not true that C2C AM allows anyone on – as I’ve shown, it avoids fundamentalist Christians and usually belittles and vilifies them, and I don’t remember in my years of listening one Muslim guest.

Something I just realized after having typed all of the above info: George Knapp had expressed his disgust for skeptics while interviewing Mark, but Mark never once mentioned Bill Irvine, the CEO of Above Networks, and participating member of ATS, under the user name, “Skeptic Overlord”.

Poor Gary Coleman: from bad to worse

May 29, 2010 2 comments

I wondered if Gary Coleman was an atheist, being that his life was terrible. I found out that he had an ongoing kidney disease, and “was always sick“. While looking for info I found out that he may have become a Mormon in his last days, a sad thing if true, being that according to Scripture a person who came close to being saved will be much worse off than one who didn’t, and worse off than those who didn’t know Scripture, in other words, God’s will. Hopefully he saw past the deception of any Mormon’s who mislead him and figured out the truth, which may explain why he was said to be sharing “the gospel” and not “the story of Jospeh Smith” or “testimony of the LDS”.

What’s Wrong With Noory?

Late last night and early in the morning I listened like I usually do, to C2C AM and noticed George fumbling his words and making salivary sounds while he read the news, and he sounded a little nervous right after doing so two or three times. It reminded me of two posts made in 2009, one on the demonic site ATS and another called Coast Gab, which asked if he was suffering from dementia. And on the previous show, which I also wrote about, George lost his temper with Hoagland three times, the first when he repeated Hoagland by saying, “email”, the second by scolding Hoagland for talking over Zubrin, the third when he, in a pretentious way, told Zubrin he’d have the opportunity to talk alone.

BP Gulf Oil Leak Is Claimed to Have Stopped

BP succeeds in stopping oil flow – at least for now

from Reuters (more graphical information can
be found if you click this picture)

Energy giant BP’s risky “top kill” of its ruptured Deepwater Horizon well appears to have stopped the flow of oil and gas off the Louisiana coast, but new data released on Thursday showed the Gulf of Mexico leak is already the worst in US history.

Moving to ensure there is never a repeat of the disaster, President Barack Obama was clamping down on the oil industry, putting on hold deepwater oil exploration and drilling for six months.

He denied on Thursday that his administration’s response to the leak had been slow, saying the entire government was focused on stopping the spill.

“The United States government has always been in charge of making sure that the response is appropriate,” Obama said at a press conference.

Coast Guard chief Thad Allen, who is co-ordinating the US government’s battle against spill, said the “top-kill” manoeuvre begun on Wednesday had stopped the gush of oil from the mile-deep well.

But he cautioned it was still too early to declare victory as BP pumps heavy drilling liquids, dubbed mud, into the fractured wellhead, before sealing it with concrete.

The work is being carried out by remote-controlled robotic submarines, 1.6 kilometres below the surface.

“They’ve been able to stabilize the wellhead, they’re pumping mud down it. They’ve stopped the hydrocarbons from coming up,” Allen told local radio WWL First News.

This was the first good news for BP in the five weeks since Deepwater Horizon exploded and sank on April 20, killing 11 workers.

But government scientists confirmed fears that the Gulf of Mexico spill is set to be the worst in US history, saying oil was flowing out at a rate up to four times higher than previously thought.

Unveiling new data, they said the oil had been gushing from the burst pipe at a rate of between 12,000 to 19,000 barrels a day. The previous estimate was 5,000 barrels a day. – Source

Here is a slideshow of the Gulf leak from

Here is a video showing where the oil will eventually go “in the world”.

Pictures of the oil on Louisiana’s shores.

Earlier news:

Crews to set fire to oil leaking in Gulf of Mexico
by Kevin McGill and Cain Burdeau

NEW ORLEANS — Crews geared up to set fire to oil leaking from the site of an exploded drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, a last-ditch effort to get rid of it before it reaches environmentally sensitive marshlands on the coast.

A 500-foot boom will be used to corral several thousand gallons of the thickest oil on the surface, which will then be towed to a more remote area, set on fire, and allowed to burn for about an hour, the Coast Guard said. Such burns will continue throughout the day if they are working.

It was unclear what would be used to set the oil on fire and how far from shore it would burn. The slick was about 20 miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi River.

About 42,000 gallons of oil a day are leaking into the Gulf from the blown-out well where the Deepwater Horizon exploded and sank last week. Eleven workers are missing and presumed dead. The cause of the explosion has not been determined.

Greg Pollock, head of the oil spill division of the Texas General Land Office, which is providing equipment for crews in the Gulf, said he is not aware of a similar burn ever being done off the U.S. coast. The last time crews with his agency used fire booms to burn oil was a 1995 spill on the San Jacinto River.

“When you can get oil ignited, it is an absolutely effective way of getting rid of a huge percentage of the oil,” he said. “I can’t overstate how important it is to get the oil off the surface of the water.”

He said the oil will likely be ignited using jelled gasoline and lit rags soaked in oil. What’s left afterward is something he described as a kind of hardened tar ball that can be removed from the water with nets or skimmers.

“I would say there is little threat to the environment because it won’t coat an animal, and because all the volatiles have been consumed if it gets on a shore it can be simply picked up,” he said.

Authorities also said they expect no impact on sea turtles and marine mammals in the burn area.

A graphic posted by authorities fighting the slick shows it covering an area about 100 miles long and 45 miles across at its widest point.

Louisiana State Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Robert Barham told a legislative committee Wednesday morning that National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration projections show a “high probability” oil could reach the Pass a Loutre wildlife management area Friday night, Breton Sound on Saturday and the Chandeleur Islands on Sunday.

The decision to burn some of the oil comes as the Coast Guard and industry cleanup crews run out of other options to get rid of it.

Crews operating submersible robots have been trying without success to activate a shut-off device that would halt the flow of oil on the sea bottom 5,000 feet below.

Rig operator BP Plc. says work will begin as early as Thursday to drill a relief well to relieve pressure at the blowout site, but that could take months.

Another option is a dome-like device to cover oil rising to the surface and pump it to container vessels, but that will take two weeks to put in place, BP said.

Winds and currents in the Gulf have helped crews in recent days as they try to contain the leak. The immediate threat to sandy beaches in coastal Alabama and Mississippi has lessened. But the spill has moved steadily toward the mouth of the Mississippi River, home to hundreds of species of wildlife and near some rich oyster grounds.

The cost of disaster continues to rise and could easily top $1 billion.

Industry officials say replacing the Deepwater Horizon, owned by Transocean Ltd. and operated by BP, would cost up to $700 million. BP has said its costs for containing the spill are running at $6 million a day. The company said it will spend $100 million to drill the relief well. The Coast Guard has not yet reported its expenses.

Associated Press Writer Melinda Deslatte in Baton Rouge contributed to this report.

George Noory Gets Mad On the C2C NASA Show and Another Stupid Darwinist Wastes the Audience’s Time

May 27, 2010 1 comment

Wow, George went unprofessional on Richard C. Hoagland a few minutes ago (for glory-hogging, which he always does, and which I had planned on writing about months ago), but it was immature: George should have corrected Richard during the break, not chastised him before millions of people.

On the first part of the show George had on a naive Darwinist, a grand poobah of some kind, who endorsed putting solar panels out in space (talk about “primitive”) to beam energy back on earth instead of using wires. It’s ridiculous because even if you beamed the energy to earth you would need wires to get it around or a another wireless transmission system (which he didn’t bring up). Further, there are better ways to get energy then to put breakable objects up in space that would clutter future space travel if there was any and pollute it with debri as other debri broke the panels into pieces – no one on the show mentioned any cleaning robots to put in space, which would have to go up with the solar panels to protect them and get rid of any debri they left over.

He also thought that to do this “solar beaming” would eliminate wars over oil for energy, which just his ignorance further, as oil isn’t simply used for energy, but is used to make all kinds of products, including lubricants.

Clean nuclear generators are a much better alternative to launching, at the cost of billions of dollars of fuel and electronics, thousands to millions of solar panels or mirrors up into space (unless the U.S. Government outs its antigravity technology, which no doubt to me it will never do).

2:44 A.M. – Oh man: Hoagland apparently got jealous over George making Zubrin “NASA administrator” asking Zubrin if he could finish his answer to George. I was going to say that George “rubbed it in” after chastising Richard after I had first mentioned George chasting Richard, by saying he’d make Zubrin the “NASA administrator with a blank check” after the commercial break, but while I was typing the commercial break past, and George seemed to tone down what I thought he meant at first (which was to let Zubrin talk for a long time), so erased it. But Hoagland brought it up like a little kid to my surprise. Hoagland then brought up some information he had obtain from “an inside source”, but couldn’t find what he wanted to quote, and so George allowed Zubrin to talk, during which Hoagland interrupted to say, “Okay I found it”. Embarassing. At first I thought Hoagland was a narcissist, but now I think he’s just rude and arrogant.

2:49 A.M. – Zubrin just rebuked Hoagland for talking over him, for “talking for a long time”.

A Grand Poo-Bah is a person who holds a number of offices or who exhibits an inflated self-regard. The termis comes from Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado”, which debuted in 1885 and skewered the then-current rage in Britain for all things Japanese. Set in the fictional small Japanese town of Titipu, The Mikado tells the story of Ko-Ko, the Lord High Executioner, Yum-Yum, his fetching ward, and Nanki-Poo, a wandering minstrel who is actually the son of the Mikado (Emperor) in disguise. One of the other characters is Poo-Bah, who holds the exalted offices of Lord Chief Justice, Master of the Buckhounds and Groom of the Back Stairs, as well as the handy catchall post of Lord High Everything Else. Everything Else was such a brilliant summation of the self-important puffery of bureaucracy that “Poo-Bah” and its variant poobah immediately became a popular mocking synonym for someone who believes themself more important than anyone else, especially someone in high office. – Source

At about 3:25, Hoagland debated Zubrin on whether or not Phobos was artificial, and lightly chastised Zubrin for pre-judging whether it was or not and for not being willing to look at the “data” (evidence) for it being artificial, emphasizing that science was about data more than theory (yet Richard accepts the Big Bang-Darwinian evolution Origin of the Universe and Life Theory with ease and so probably considers Biblical creationism to be absurd being that the two teachings are directly opposed).

Update On Thomas Edison Coming Soon Maybe

About three days ago I went to what seemed to me to be an atheist bookstore, because in the science section was nothing about creationism, only books against it, but then again I think every non Xtian store is like that, except maybe new age ones. But I noticed a book on Edison, and knowing I didn’t have any evidence concerning his thoughts on Darwinism despite my last post on him (couldn’t even find any in, looked it up in the index, and… I was right:, he was biased in favor of it as the circumstantial evidence showed. I would have updated the information earlier but felt exhausted and got obsessed with various things. Still exhausted from the constant pain I’m in, so, I might not update it till tomorrow, when I’m in a better mood and not feelings extremely miserable as I usually feel.

Britain’s Government Bans Dr. Andrew Wakefield for Warning People Away from Vaccines

May 25, 2010 1 comment

Dr. Wakefield was a guest on the Alex Jones Show today. Here’s what Alex said about it on his website

Alex talks with Dr. Andrew Wakefield, the British former surgeon and researcher who was banned by the General Medical Council from practicing medicine in UK for his research and public statements linking the Measles-Mumps-Rubella vaccine to childhood autism. In November 2001 Wakefield became a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in recognition of his research publications. Dr. Wakefield is the author of Callous Disregard: Autism and Vaccines — The Truth Behind a Tragedy, available at the Infowars Store.

It may be that this doctor was banned from practicing medicine by the British government because in Britain, there are many more atheists (the “militant” kind) and Darwinist atheists, it general it seems, have deluded themselves into believing that beneficial vaccines resulted from teaching Darwinian evolution (or they are deliberately lying), and it’s the only “benefit” I’ve ever read of as a result of teaching Darwinism, and since Darwinism has little “evidence” for it that Darwinists and atheists

can point out (just look at Wikipedia’s ridiculous transitional fossil page), vaccines are like a sacred golden cow to them. Without being able to point out any benefits from teaching Darwinism, it would be even harder to use to justify their atheism and fight Christians off.

Just imagine if Darwinists accepted that Darwinism had no benefit as a result of being taught, in comparison to Christianity, which has obvious benefits and are easily seen by churches which donate and Christian charities that do the same (not talking about ones that hoard money like Catholic ones), and every time you asked a Darwinist what good it’s done to teach Darwinism, he could only be silent, something that would be even more painful if you then pointed out the endless drain on time and money and murderous disasters it causes. They obviously don’t want to have to admit they help to waste time and money and promoting death over life.

If you want to get Dr. Wakefield’s book off Amazon and not use Yahoo shopping cart technology, go here:

Related info:

Appearing for the full four hours, former advertising executive Ed Haslam discussed how his investigation of the 1964 murder of a cancer researcher led him to a story which connects a massive contamination of the polio vaccine to our current cancer epidemic and even the JFK assassination. – More here

If you want to buy Ed’s book, go here:

Related posts:

Council of European Health Chief Believes Swine Flu Pandemic Was A Hoax

Don’t Take the Swine Flu Vaccine

H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine Insert Admits It Causes Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Vasculitis, Paralysis, Anaphylactic Shock And Death

Silence about vaccine deaths in media is due to the contracts with the vaccine manufacturers

CBS’ 60 Minutes: 300 death claims from 1976 swine flu vaccine

Deaths By Vaccination

Another Deaths by Vaccination website: (the mp3 on that site comes from this video:

Gardasil Victim Speaks Out After 2 Years

Betraying our Heroes, Gulf War Syndrome – Anthrax Vaccine

Gulf War Syndrome-Killing Our Own

Government Report Finally Admits Gulf War Illness is Real
(and that one in every four Gulf War verteran suffers from GWS)

Steve Quayle On the Alex Jones Show Again

May 25, 2010 1 comment

I listened to Steve Quayle on the Alex Jones podcast today, and noticed he didn’t once say “Okay” like he often does on Coast to Coast. Maybe he read my comment about it, or his pretty wife saw my post and told him to stop, or maybe it’s a style he reserves to annoy the audience of C2C. I don’t remember what Alex and Steve were going on about (on and on and on), because as usual, Alex and Steve were talking like a volcano had just exploded and the lava was about to cover the planet, which wears me out knowing nothing like that is true.

Both Steve and Alex are big on defending yourself with guns to protect yourself from violent acts against yourself, and are friends with such people, if you didn’t know already. Such an attitude isn’t compatible with Christianity ever since Jesus and Paul taught to obey whatever government is over you, and this is further evidence that Alex and and Steve are not saved Christians.

Here’s a related topic to whether or not you should obey a government over you that is evil. It seems to teach you shouldn’t obey a government that works against Christianity, that is “evil” in the mind of a Christian, however Jesus said not to resist an evil man, and he meant any, But obviously he didn’t mean obey evil commands since the Old and New Testaments teach to obey God over anyone else. The Christians who lived under the Roman Empire, which was very evil in God’s eyes, obeyed it, including Paul, so no one can say you shouldn’t obey a corrupt government. And consider that if you shouldn’t, then should children obey evil parents? Paul also told slaves to obey their masters and wives to obey their husbands, even if they were not saved. But that article seems to teach not to obey a government that a Christian personally perceives as evil, or that is highly imperfect, and that’s not true as I pointed out, and besides that, there is no perfect government except the one headed directly by God.

New Survey On Catholics Further Shows They Are Hypocrites: Catholics and Abortion

Here is more proof that Catholics are false Christians, from an article with a nutty liberal title (nutty because the authors make looking for a church sound like something unimportant and wasteful like shopping for necessary things at a mall, and as if there was never any oh so bad “polarization” in the world, and the authors’ pretentious use of the word “polarizing”):

How church shopping is polarizing the country
by Naomi Cahn and June Carbone, Special to CNN

The difference in viewpoints between traditionalists and modernists has dramatic effects on the culture wars, June Carbone and Naomi Cahn say.

Editor’s Note: June Carbone and Naomi Cahn are law professors and authors of the recent book “Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture”.

A report this month on who gets abortions showed some surprising results: Catholic women are about as likely as any other woman to terminate a pregnancy. Then again, the striking thing about American Catholics is that they look almost exactly like the average American.

According to the Pew Research Center, for example, Catholics supported Obama in the 2008 election by 1 percentage point more than the general public. Even when it comes to abortion, which the Catholic Church strongly opposes, American Catholics are only 2 percent more likely than the general public to favor making it illegal. – More here

The authors say this is surprising (which is typical of narcissists to speak for everyone), but it’s not surprising to people who aren’t ignorant about religion and don’t fall back on making cheap shots in their hatred of studying the truth, like the authors, it’s not surprising to true Christians who know the difference between right and wrong, know what Catholics are like, and not surprising to Catholics who associate with many other Catholics, because they know how hypocritical they can be, and how big a surprising can it be when the Catholic cult is always having trouble with child-abusers and drunkard members and crime in general? Common sense.


The City Government of Los Angeles is Hypocritical and Very Corrupt

Epic Corruption and the Whistle-blower
Cassandra Anderson

The U.S. Supreme Court will be holding a private conference hearing on Friday, April 23rd 2010, to determine whether to hold a full court hearing on corruption charges within the Los Angeles County government for illegally imprisoning attorney Richard Fine. A rally to acknowledge the U.S. Supreme Court hearing will be held at the L.A. Superior Court building at 8 am Tuesday April 20th, by supporters of Richard Fine’s release from illegal imprisonment. Mainstream media has avoided any mention of this epic corruption scandal, despite its significance, and now it is on its way to the the Supreme Court.

Richard Fine, who holds a PhD in international law and served as an anti-trust prosecutor at the Department of Justice in Washington D.C., has been in jail in the L.A. County Jail for over a year in solitary confinement. He never had a trial, there has been no conviction, nor any sentence to keep him there. Sheriff LeRoy Baca claims he does not know why Fine is in jail, yet he keeps him there and failed to answer Fine’s Writ of Habeas Corpus. Baca refused to allow a filmed interview with Fine until Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit on behalf of Full Disclosure Network, and then, out of the blue, he “changed his mind” and granted a filmed interview with them!

Fine believes he is imprisoned because of political reasons:

1. Fine exposed L.A. Superior Court judges of taking illegal money from the County, in violation of the California State Constitution.

2. The County Supervisors were using public tax money to pay off the Superior Court judges.

3. The Superior Court Judges decided cases in favor of the County (Fine reports that since 2005 to present, only 3 people have won cases against the County as a result of the bribes).

4. The California State Legislature have given the judges and County Supervisors immunity from prosecution for their actions and misappropriation of taxpayer money.

5. The judges have tried to get Mr. Fine disbarred from the California State Bar as a result of the lawsuit he filed on behalf of the taxpayers who were denied “due process”.

6. Superior Court Judge David Yaffe (accused judge) failed to recuse himself and sent Fine to prison. He also failed to cite any precedent (denying Fine “due process”).

7. L.A. County Sheriff LeRoy Baca illegally imprisoned Fine, and Fine is in jail today.

8. Fine should have been released within 5 days, according to the law.

Sheriff LeRoy Baca was subject to term limits, but prior to his last election, he filed a lawsuit to get out from under term limits. The Superior Court judge ruled in his favor (surprise!). Term limits are a prevention against corruption. The lawsuit was approved by the County Supervisors who paid for it with the taxpayers’ money; the taxpayers had previously voted in term limits, but it was overturned for Sheriff Baca. Sheriff LeRoy Baca is up for re-election June 8, 2010. No one is running against him. He makes $268,000 a year in this position.

In this interview, Fine tells us that the special interests behind the County Supervisors are the real estate developers, who gave money to Supervisor Antonovich and Supervisor Knabe, who were then disallowed from voting on a related Environmental Impact Report that Fine submitted in a real estate development case. They voted illegally in favor of the developers.

This is how our government is usurped by criminals and corruption within the system. – Source, with an excellent auto-playing video

Ex-lawyer jailed 14 months, but not charged with a crime
by Abbie Boudreau, Emily Probst and Dana Rosenblatt, CNN Special Investigations Unit
5/24/2010 10:17 A.M. EDT

Los Angeles, California (CNN) — Once a dapper Beverly Hills attorney known for his bow tie, Richard Fine has been held in solitary confinement at Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail for 14 months, even though he’s never been charged with a crime.

Fine, a 70-year- old taxpayer’s advocate who once worked for the Department of Justice, is being held for contempt of court.

Superior Court Judge David Yaffe found Fine in contempt after he refused to turn over financial documents and answer questions when ordered to pay an opposing party’s attorney’s fees, according to court documents.

Fine says his contempt order masks the real reason why he’s in jail. He claims he’s a political prisoner.

“I ended up here because I did the one thing no other lawyer in California is willing to do. I took on the corruption of the courts,” Fine said in a jailhouse interview with CNN.

More details on the Special Investigations Unit’s blog

For the last decade, Fine has filed appeal after appeal against Los Angeles County’s Superior Court judges. He says the judges each accept what he calls yearly “bribes” from the county worth $57,000. That’s on top of a $178,789 annual salary, paid by the state. The county calls the extra payments “supplemental benefits” — a way to attract and retain quality judges in a high-cost city.

While the practice of paying supplemental benefits is common in California, most high-cost cities elsewhere don’t hand out these kinds of benefits. Judges in Miami, Chicago and Boston receive no extra county dollars.

Judges in Los Angeles County not only have the highest state salaries in the nation, they also get tens of thousands of dollars in county benefits. These payments, Fine says, mean judges are unlikely to rule against the county when it is involved in a lawsuit.

In the last two fiscal years, Los Angeles County won all but one of the nine trials that went before a judge, according to Steven Estabrook, the county’s litigation cost manager.

“The reason I’m here is the retaliation of the judges,” Fine says. “They figured they’re going to throw me in jail and that way they feel that they can stop me.”

Fine’s decade-long crusade against the judges eventually led to his disbarment last year. Joe Carlucci was the lead prosecutor for the California State Bar. Carlucci says whenever Fine lost a case, he would appeal and argue the judges were corrupt. – More here with video

What hypocrites the city government of Los Angeles are and those who approve of them, who recently denounced the government of Arizona and who are trying to punish them by withholding the sacred god Money from Arizona.

“Do not judge, or you too will be judged: For with the same way you judge others shall you will be judged, and with the measure you use shall you be measured. Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” – Matthew 7:1-5

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