Astana, Kazakhstan: Dream City?

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“I Came Over The Bridge With Them”, Taxi Cab Driver Admits Involvement In 9/11 Black Op? ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Woah.

Filed under: Africa, Agriculture, Asia, Bolivia, China, Corporations, Crime, Culture, East Asia, Economics, Europe, Film, Financial, Health, History, Humanity, Immigration, Israel, Journalism, Law, Media, Middle East, Military, North America, Palestine, Politics, Psychology, Russia, Science, South America, Technology, UK, World Affairs, , ,

David Icke At The Oxford Union

In this two-hour presentation at the world famous Oxford Union, David Icke encapsulates humanity’s current plight and how we can secure our freedom from the Hidden Hand behind global events.

Filed under: Culture, Humanity, Paranormal, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Science, UK, ,

Brother of Manchester City Owner, Prince Sheikh Issa bin Zayed al-Nayah, Implicated In Twenty Five Videos Of Torturing Arab Citizens

Video footage from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) shows Sheikh Issa bin Zayed al Nahyan, a member of the countrys royal family, torturing a man. He is the brother of the countrys crown prince, Sheikh Mohammed. The UAE Ministry of the Interior confirmed it was Sheikh Issa in the video but said the incidents depicted in the video tapes were not part of a pattern of behavior.
The handsome son of a gun above is Sheikh Issa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, brother of Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The Arab businessman is currently on the wrong end of an American lawsuit, filed by a former advisor who claims he was tortured. The basis of said lawsuit is a video, depicting Sheikh Issa torturing an Afghan merchant accused of cheating him.

In the video – a small portion of which you can see here – Sheikh Issa and his henchmen hit the Afghan with a plank, pour salt into his wounds, stick a cattle prod where the sun dont shine, set fire to his genitals with lighter fluid and run him over with a Mercedes SUV.

At one point in the video – which was filmed in 2005 – Sheikh Issa says: Get closer. Get closer. Get closer. Let his suffering show. ”

His brother should be thrown out of the UK, his assets stripped. We, and I’m sure I speak for most if not all UK citizens, do not want his kind or his money in our affairs.

Filed under: Crime, Culture, Humanity, Journalism, , ,

Francis Bacon Interviewed By Melvyn Bragg On The South Bank Show

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Esoteric Agenda, The Movie

Filed under: Culture, Film, Humanity,

Pirate Bay Raid CCTV Footage

http://www.desiapex.com/forums This is a compilation of the security cameras. It’s the full compilation of the security-tapes from when the police raided PRQ in search for The PirateBay. It’s edited to be somewhat time synced so that we can follow the movements of the officers from different angles. It’s not perfect, but it’s the overall picture that is important.

No ass-kicking or glass breaking. Eerily laid back raid on piratebay.org…

Filed under: Corporations, Crime, Culture, Europe, Financial, Technology, ,

Survivor of Incestual Satanic Cult, Vicki Polin, Talks To Oprah

Vicki Polin talks about her jewish satanic ritual abuse upbringing. This was filmed in 1989. This is more evidence that there is such a thing as satanic ritual abuse used to create DID, something the CIA has been doing for decades.

Vicki is currently the Executive Director of The Awareness Center, a Baltimore area sexual abuse help center.

VICKI POLIN’S WEB SITE: http://www.theawarenesscenter.org/exe…

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Sensationalism? Not so sure. As far as I’m aware Oprah Winfrey is fairly rigorous about vetting her stories. But I really couldn’t say. The ADL (Anti-defamation league) leapt all over this for some reason, at the time.

I’ve done quite a lot of research into this kind of thing (there is a dark underbelly of the journalistic internet that I don’t recommend unless you have the stomach for it). There are crazy stories out there (among the more often obvious fictions), dreadful events that haven’t reached the mainstream news: a complete history of humanity you’ll never hear unless you look for it. Some of these events have been covered up by governments, communities, the police, secret intelligence agencies; sometimes because they’ve been perpetrated by Monarchies or other “publicly sensitive” institutions or communities. Many authors claim that secret wings of the establishment have been or are involved. History is full of these tragic tales of inhumanity (though, one could argue, just what is it to be human?) and I see no reason why it shouldn’t continue to be rife today, especially among those fraternities to whom social seclusion – through means of private property, money, power, shared psychopathy or plain and simple geographic remoteness – and vindication from the justice system comes easily.

Filed under: Culture, Humanity, Israel, Journalism, Media, North America, Paranormal, Psychology, , , , ,

Before Music Dies, “The Most Important Film A Music Fan Will Ever See”

Narrated by Academy Award® Winner Forest Whitaker, BEFORE THE MUSIC DIES is an unsettling and inspiring look at today’s popular music industry featuring interviews and performances by Erykah Badu, Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews, Branford Marsalis, ?uestlove and a wide variety of others. The documentary film has built a passionate following as “the most important film a music fan will ever see” (XM Radio) by providing “a balanced overview of the state of the rock scene of America” (The Wall Street Journal) and adding “passion to the eternal debate about the industry” (The New York Times). Last year, BEFORE THE MUSIC DIES filmmakers Andrew Shapter and Joel Rasmussen walked away from traditional Hollywood distribution to instead pursue a large-scale grassroots release with B-Side Entertainment. Since its release in November 2006, the film has screened over 200 times in over 130 North American markets with hundreds of additional events anticipated worldwide during 2007. Use this site to learn more about the film, where you can see it, ways you can own it, and – most importantly – how you can get involved in sharing it with others.

“The music industry has abandoned musicians and fans.”

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The Case For A Creator, A Scientist And His Journey From Aethism To Faith

Description: This 60-minute program is a compelling adaptation of Lee Strobel’s personal journey from atheism to faith in God… a journey in search of the truth about intelligent design in the universe. During his academic years, Lee became convinced that God was outmoded, a belief that colored his ensuing career as an award-winning journalist at the Chicago Tribune . Science made the idea of a Creator irrelevant… or so Strobel thought. My road to atheism was paved by science… but, ironically, so was my later journey to God. Lee Strobel Has science discovered God? At the very least, it’s giving faith an immense boost as new findings emerge about the incredible complexity of life and our universe. In The Case for a Creator DVD, Strobel reexamines the theories that once led him away from God. Highlighted by spectacular computer animation, The Case for a Creator DVD is a remarkable film in which you’ll encounter the mind-stretching discoveries from cosmology, cellular biology, DNA research, astronomy, physics, and human consciousness. The Case for a Creator DVD is produced by Illustra Media, the same studio team that released The Privileged Planet, Unlocking the Mystery of Life , Where Does the Evidence Lead and The Prophecies of the Passion . More than 40 minutes of extra bonus features (not included; please upload if you have this!).

Personally, I’m agnostic. I think atheism is an absurd concept by its own definition: the Cartesian scientific method does not allow conclusions to be made from unknowns. I find the sometimes childish and offensive posturings of athiests (particularly on the net, stumbleupon.com is full of them for some reason [social engineering propaganda for “Generation i”, I wonder?]) boring and, frankly, a little scary. In my opinion, we need God. Without the unknown, without the temperment of its uncertainty, we are nothing but soft machines to be tinkered with by psychopathic Corporations and Ivy League Eugenicists. The existance of God is not an argument or a debate any more than a discussion about the existance of the Binomial Theorum. God is a sum of infinite parts, a timeless destination, a collective wonderment forever, most likely, beyond our understanding. And who is any one of us to decide boundaries to such a thing? You have to be technically insane.

Filed under: Culture, Humanity, Literature, Nature, Paranormal, Philosophy, Psychology, Science, , ,

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