Sunday, March 16, 2008

Rachel Corrie 1973-2003

Quote of the Day:
We should be inspired by people... who show that human beings can be kind, brave, generous beautiful, strong-even in the most difficult circumstances.
~ Rachel Corrie ~

Today is the fifth anniversary of Rachel Corrie's murder by a Zionist destruction team on bulldozers. She is one of thousands who have been killed in the terrorist, genocide campaign against the Palestinians.

Many people think that there is very little difference between one person and the next. We have the same red blood, the same need for food, water, shelter, the same feelings for friends, family. Rachel herself is quoted as saying: "We have got to understand that they dream our dreams and we dream theirs. We have got to understand that they are us. We are them." She was ten years old when she wrote this. Just too young to understand that there is real evil in this world. That all is not what it may seem. That we are not all alike.

Again, most people think that what Rachel was saying is true. We are taught by religions that even the meanest and most foul can be redeemed if they ask for forgiveness. God loves us and wants us to be happy. Forget that fact that for recorded history people have been killing each other. Statistically, there is a fifty-fifty chance that an improvement will take place, that people will learn from their mistakes.

Not on this earth. We are not all the same.

It has taken me over fifty years to understand that concept. Only by studying the psychological principles related to narcissism and psychopathy have I come to see that we are not all alike.

There is evil in this world. The kind of evil that kills without a thought. Evil without conscience, without feelings, incapable of empathy or compassion. Evil that only calculates and schemes how it can gain more power over others. And when it sees someone, anyone, blocking it's path, it will run them over the way we step on an ant.

This is what Rachel and her family and most others in the world do not understand. This is what everyone needs to learn. Only then will the deaths of the innocent like Rachel Corrie and the men, women and children of Palestine and the world not be in vain.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Online protest against censorship

Quote of the Day:

"As to the evil which results from censorship, it is impossible to measure it, because it is impossible to tell where it ends."
Jeremy Bentham ~

What's going on with the net tonight? When the BBC loaded it looked like hieroglyphs. After a few more tries it now says this: "Due to technical problems, we are displaying a simplified version of the BBC homepage."

Yahoo wouldn't load at all and neither would blogger. Maybe this isn't so unusual. When a site is really busy it can hang a bit, I think. I'm a trekkie not a techie. ; )
A bunch of other sites that usually load quickly were also very sloooow. Makes you wonder if the info on the SOTT lawsuit is having an effect on the PTB and the way they allow information to flow. Here is a shot of the Internet Traffic Report for 3-13-08. At the time, an online protest against censorship was in full swing.

This is the global average:

Pretty pathetic. Maybe the net is being scrubbed. It seems that Google is erasing most of the articles or at least placing them on distant pages away from the front of the search results. It certainly appears that the SOTT article is having reprecussions that TPTB are trying to handle.

ITM, check out this article on the BBC. The page finally loaded.

Virtual demos over net censorship

Thousands of people are taking part in "virtual protests" against countries accused of censoring the internet.

For its first Online Free Expression Day, media watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has created virtual versions of nine public spaces.

These areas where protests are not normally possible include Beijing's Tiananmen Square and Kim Il-Sung Square in the North Korean capital Pyongyang.

RSF says at least 62 cyber-dissidents are in jail around the world.

More than 2,600 websites, blogs, or forums were closed down or blocked last year, the group says.

'Internet enemies'

The RSF demonstrations are running for 24 hours, until 1000 GMT on 13 March. Several hours after they opened, more than 5,000 virtual dissidents were protesting online.

Users are invited to create an avatar, choose a message for a banner and take part in one of the demonstrations in Burma, China, Cuba, Egypt, Eritrea, North Korea, Tunisia, Turkmenistan and Vietnam.

This year, RSF has added Zimbabwe and Ethiopia to its list of "internet enemies".

The other countries blacklisted by the group are Belarus, Burma, China, Cuba, Egypt, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam.

"From now on, we will organise activities every 12 March to condemn cyber-censorship throughout the world," RSF said in a statement.

"A response of this kind is needed to the growing tendency to crack down on bloggers and to close websites."

One of the most targeted internet sites is the popular video-sharing website, YouTube, that has been blocked or banned in a number of countries including China, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Burma and Brazil.

The reasons for banning the site vary from country to country, but include government objections to religious and political material, foreign sites and pornography.

Anyone who still thinks that the net is totally free and never blocked needs to take a look at the facts.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Free Speech On Internet Under Threat

Quote of the Day:

"All censorships exist to prevent any one from challenging current conceptions and existing institutions. All progress is initiated by challenging current conceptions, and executed by supplanting existing institutions."

George Bernard Shaw ~

Challenging current perceptions and conceptions is the purpose of SOTT .
It really is news for people who think and leads to Better communication.

International lawsuit filed in Oregon threatens Internet forums and bloggers

First Amendment rights and free speech on the Internet are under threat as Internet news web site Signs of the Times ( today announced that its founder, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, a resident of France, is being sued in an Oregon court by 'Higher Balance Institute' (HBI), owned by Eric Pepin and based in Oregon.

HBI markets metaphysical products and claims to sell "the world's most advanced sixth sense meditation" program and a dietary supplement, "Magneurol6-S," that is guaranteed to make the consumer an "instant telepath." Pepin claims that users of his "psychic pill" find that "extended wireless phone use can cause discomfort." Consequently, they suggest "limiting the use of cell phones." is an international, user driven alternative news site with volunteer editorial staffing around the globe. Quantum Future Group, Inc.(QFG), a California non-profit created by mathematician-physicist, Arkadiusz Jadczyk and Laura Knight-Jadczyk to fund independent researchers engaged in collecting social and historical data for mathematical systems analysis, is also named in the suit as defendant despite the fact that QFG does not own, nor does it have any controlling interest in the site.

HBI alleges in the suit filed by Bullivant Houser Bailey, PC, Portland, that the operators of "published false and defamatory statements" regarding HBI and Eric Pepin on the SOTT Web site forum. Pepin is seeking approximately $4.5 million in damages.

The suit stems from information posted on the forums [1] where globally based forum participants uncovered and reposted public-domain information and newspaper records showing that Pepin had recently faced numerous sexual abuse charges in an Oregon court involving a child and former employee of HBI. A grand jury found enough evidence to indict Pepin who admitted in court to having sexual relations with his employees. According to The Oregonian newspaper[2] Judge Steven L. Price, who presided over the case, stated that it was "probable that the conduct alleged in all counts occurred," but that the absence of a date stamp on a video proving that the events occurred while the complainant was still a minor meant that the allegations could not be proven 'beyond a reasonable doubt'. Judge Price was therefore obligated to acquit.

In response to the HBI suit, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, founder of and named as a defendant, said "This is an attack on freedom of speech, plain and simple. The issues are concerned with - the pathology of power and conspiracies among those in power - are specifically targeted in the suit. A victory for Pepin, considering the international nature of this suit, would therefore set a dangerous precedent in US courts and carry serious implications for Internet freedom of speech and ultimately civil liberties everywhere." is requesting that all those with an interest in safeguarding Internet freedom of speech make an effort to ensure that this information reaches the widest audience possible.

For more information visit



About Founded in 2002, Signs of The Times ( is an alternative news research resource and news analysis site.

Sunday, March 09, 2008

Hit by a Brick?

Quote of the Day:

All in all it was just a brick in the wall.
All in all it was all just bricks in the wall.

~ Pink Floyd ~ The Wall ~

"Have you heard ..." This is the first stage in a game known to many children as 'telephone.' The information is exchanged and changed as it progresses from person to person. Reaching the end, having been mangled and manipulated along the way, it is no longer recognizable.

In the case of written reports, case files or documented testimony, 'have you heard' no longer applies. This is what makes Eric Pepin's suit against Sign of the Times - SOTT - so ridiculous. He says his pocketbook and reputation has been soured by a conversation on the SOTT forum. I think it is mainly his pocketbook and ego but you should go over and read the offending posts for your self.

At first this suit might look like a ploy for attention or attempt to increase traffic by Pepin. It is nothing of the sort. Indeed, it is a very serious threat to every single blogger, forum or writer on the net who dares to express an opinion. In the case of SOTT, the best objective news source on the net could be silenced.

It is, in fact, a threat to First Amendment rights.

Don't hide your head in the sand over this one. All it takes is one single precedent, just one brick, and the Wall will go up for everyone.


Saturday, March 08, 2008

Poetry of Life

Quote of the Day:
“The key to all strange things is in thy heart."

~ Countee Cullen ~ The Shroud of Color ~

It's been quite a long while since I've written here. During the year long sojourn, work in the compost continued. A huge glop of cold, wet muck was discovered and turned about for examination and integration. If anyone ever asked me for advice I would tell them one thing: "Learning is fun."

On that note, I'll just say that there has been a lot written on real, hard copy, old fashioned paper notebooks. Some of it is bound to turn up here. Take a look at Cullen's poem referenced above for a glimpse of what it might be about. Cullen wrote of the despair, depression and eventual courage connected to being a black man. His words, however, could describe almost anyone here on earth who longs to learn the Truth in a world governed by lies.

It's not about race, religion, gender, nationality, or any of the other tools used by the pathocrats to keep people in cages and divided by belief.

"Oh, I will match you yet," I cried, "to truth."


Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Just a Dog

Quote of the Day:

I wish you were here to get under foot,
I wish you were here to get in my way.
To call me from work, to call me to play,
I wish you were here again.
~ Holly Near ~

My little dog, Happy, died today. He had been sick on and off since spring of last year and had just been seen by the vet on Saturday. He was my friend and companion for ten years, traveled all over the country with me and had references for his good behavior. Everyone who ever met him liked him. He was a sweet creature and I'll miss him.

I am no stranger to death. Having worked in nursing for over thirty years I have seen death in many forms. Too much death, too much suffering and too many tears. In situations like these one tended to either become 'very professional' or loose their mind to depression. There were, however, plenty of times I went into the bathroom to cry. Maybe that helped me to maintain a certain equilibrium and not totally loose touch with the empathy that, in such situations, could lead to despair.

In the greater scheme of things the death of a dog, even if he was my friend, is nothing, nada, zip, ziltch, zero. It is not worth a nano of a nanoseconds worth of tears or grief. I'm very sad but when I look around at the world and see the death and destruction that is done in the name of a god, or patriotism, or any of the other lies used for killing, a dog's death is not such a big deal. Billions of people have, are and will suffer and die for the lies and paramoralisms perpetuated in this reality by it's masters the pathocrats. To them we are all just dogs.

It's been going on for centuries. You would think that any normal person with two functioning neurons would be able to see through the manipulation. But it's not that easy. Anyone born on this planet is tainted with it's programs and thought patterns from birth. We learn how to be what we think we are from someone else and never fully experience the joy of individuality or express ourselves openly and without fear.

One of the most important lessons of the compost is learning to be honest and not lie. So, in all honesty, I can say that I will miss my buddy and I'm thankful for his short presence in my life, the lessons we learned together and how he taught me to love and care. Belittling his death would be tantamount to erecting a fence and buffering the emotions of sorrow and lose, which was exactly what I did while nursing in hospital. So, I thank him for this little gift of grief and think it will be a good thing to honestly feel it, let it work on me and use it to strengthen the will to Work towards Truth.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Is Bush Responsible?

Quote of the Day:

"A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people."
~ John F. Kennedy ~

"When someone asked Kennedy, "What kind of a President will you be? Liberal or conservative?", he replied, "I hope to be responsible." Can the same be said about the "man" who sits in the White House today? How 'responsible' is he? Or perhaps, in reviewing the Kennedy Assassination, the question needs to be, "how responsible was his father, George H. W. Bush?

Have you ever heard or read the following facts?

- Although he does not recall when asked, George (Herbert Walker) Bush was in Dallas the day JFK was assassinated.

- Bush lies about the fact that he was a high-ranking CIA official at the time of JFK's death.

- Bush allowed the escape of a convicted terrorist from prison to go to work for him as an undercover CIA asset in Iran-Contra.

- Bush has released another convicted terrorist.

- Both these terrorists were present on Dealey Plaza on 11/22/1963.

- Both these terrorists were convicted for killing 73 people by blowing up an airliner.

- Bush is personal friends with a close associate of these convicted terrorists, who was also a participant in Iran Contra.

- Bush has taken a leading role as CIA official in structuring/organizing these terrorists in effective organizations.

Just go to the link Is the Bush family implicated in the assassination of John F. Kennedy?

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Tunnel Vision

Quote of the Day:

“All of us do not have equal talent, but all of us should have an equal opportunity to develop our talents.”
~ John F. Kennedy ~

Consider the state of the world and then go over to continue reading the series on Kennedy.

In her next article, The Gladiator: John Fitzgerald Kennedy Laura Knight-Jadczyk describes the historical background of the creation of the corporate states of america as outlined in the so called constitution, the 'saving grace" of the Bill of Rights and provides another excerpt from the book "Farewell America."

"Those who met for the Constitutional Convention were, and knew they were, the elite -- wealthy, educated and intellectual. They believed that others like them must continue to rule for their own protection. The public good was a secondary issue. (If it was an issue at all.) They meant to create a system in which this could be perpetuated, constitutionally, legally, and peacefully.

Adopting strictest rules of secrecy, they proceeded to create the American Constitution. M.L. Wilson wrote in Democracy Has Roots, that the Constitution was "a remarkable achievement in the avoidance of majority rule." It is not surprising that the ratification of this Constitution was popularly opposed. The conventioners promised to amend it at the first regular session of Congress. These promised amendments came to be known as the "Bill of Rights" and it is in these first ten amendments that Americans have their supposed "Constitutional Rights." A sobering thought when one considers that amendments have been repealed in the past.

But for the "Bill of Rights," hundreds of years of blood-letting for personal liberty would have been tossed on the trash heap by the new American Federal Government. This new "Constitutional" government, rapidly propagated the ideals of materialism and capitalism. And, in a process of unadulterated propaganda, these ideals have been inextricably linked with "democracy" as though the two were identical. The result of this has been a vast chasm between the "haves" and the "have-nots" which grows wider and deeper every day, while the former continue to dupe the latter into believing in and sacrificing their lives for that which does not exist and never did.

John Kennedy knew all of this. He was intelligent, well-educated, well-traveled, observant and, most of all, he had a heart; conscience. Let's take another look at a passage from Farewell America that recounts what happens to Empires that start on the path that was taken the day John Fitzgerald Kennedy died. Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it. On one, bright sunny day in Dallas Texas, 43 years ago, America was on the path to the top of the mountain and in less than a minute, everything changed; now, it is doomed to the abyss of despair."

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Camelot is Gone

Quote of the Day:

"A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on."
John F. Kennedy

They say there is nothing new under the sun, so sometimes it is hard to see from the perspective of past lessons. In that respect, history can be very instructive. And in this time and place of endless war, death, and destruction visiting an earlier era can assist us in seeing how far down into the chasm of chaos we have already decended.

I'm talking about a blog from Laura Knight-Jadczyk detailing from a historical perspective the crime of the century.

The first post in the series on John F. Kennedy is entitled "The Debris of History." In this article Knight-Jadczyk presents us with exerpts from the book "Farewell America" by the pseudonymous author, James Hepburn. Her own poignant thoughts on the assassination of Kennedy bear witness to what most US citizens have forgotten.

"With remarkable skill and insight, the book outlines the overall situation in America at the time, and describes the players and most probable conspirators involved in the horrific and brutal public execution of probably the best president America ever had. There are many reasons to think that George H.W. Bush was involved in the plot, and today, having placed his idiot son on the throne, the world is as far away from that world we could be living in had Kennedy lived, that it is like we all died back then, and now we have awakened in Hell.

They weren't satisfied to just kill Jack Kennedy; they went for his brother as well. And when John-John grew up and began to display the same characteristics of his father: decency, intellect, and a sense of obligation to help others, he had to die also. The situation actually has all the makings of an immortal myth: the good and noble Prince snatched from his cradle and replaced with the psychopathic offspring of an ogre.

I don't know if it is only me noticing these things, but it seems all the GOOD heroes are dead; and we notice that they all had three things in common: an ability to move the masses by their simple presence, a feeling of unity with all people regardless of nationality, ethnicity, or social status; and the most important of all, the thing that meant they had to die: they were totally opposed to War. Is it too "conspiracy minded" to point this out? To wonder how the human race has had such inexplicable bad luck to have lost all it's decent, anti-War heroes?

Well, anyway, we are left now to our own devices; or rather, at the mercy of the ravening, bloodthirsty wolves that took away from all of us the best hope we ever had: John Fitzgerald Kennedy, tearing him to bloody pieces right before our eyes.

And what did America do?

Nothing. And on the day that the American people allowed their president to die on the street, a victim of the filthiest examples of deviant humanity ever to take human form, and NOT rise up en masse to demand that the killers be brought to justice, that is the day America died."

Monday, September 18, 2006

"Another Anniversary"

Quote of the Day:

"The 20th century taught us how far unbridled evil can and will go when the world fails to confront it. It is time that we heed the lessons of the 20th century and stand up to these murderers. It is time that we end genocide in the 21st century."

~ Allyson Schwartz ~

"There’s another significant anniversary this week, but not one that’s attracted the sort of attention the 11 September commemorations have.
On the morning of Saturday, September 18th, 1982, reporters entering the Palestinian refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila near Beirut, Lebanon, were met with a ghastly sight. Piles of bodies littered the dusty streets of the camps, mass graves had been hastily constructed and buildings had been bulldozed over corpses. The slaughtered were old men, women, and children. A massacre had taken place here. The estimated death toll were in thousands."

So begins Sabbah's blog. It is another descripton of the death and destruction dealt out to humanity by the psychopathic Pathocrats.

This act was evil through and through. It is the same kind of evil that has killed so many all over the world. The massacre and genocide of the Armenians, the Chinese in Nanking, Cambodia, Rwanda, Ukraine under Stalin. the Balkans war, and the 65 million people slaughtered in WW2

And that is just in the last century. Go back a few years to the Irish Famine or a bit further to systematic killing of the Native populations during the invasion and conquest of both North and South America. Further than that, the Inquisition, Witch hunts, the crusades. There is no way to mention all of the atrocities which have been committed or count the numbers of the unknown dead throughout history.

This is an evil which has been walking and working the people of the earth for it's own advantage for hundreds, maybe thousands of years. It is called Ponerology. Propagated by Psychopaths, it orchestrates it's terrible plans through the Pathocracy.

Never heard of Ponerology? It is "The Scientific Study of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes" and behooves every single one of us to learn of this evil so that it can be identified and stopped. This does not mean more murder or death. It means we must educate ourselves. It is only after we learn to recognize how we are manipulated, how the truth is twisted and how easy it is for the Pathocrats to set one person against the other under the name of 'country' or 'religion' that real people everywhere will be able to stand up and marginalize these beings who have no empathy, no feelings and use ordinary people for power plays in a world fast approaching a point of no return.

I can honestly say that having read this book has opened my eyes to how this evil works and encourage you to read it to learn for yourself.

You can buy "Political Ponerology - The Scientific Study of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes" at this site.

Monday, September 04, 2006

Business is Blooming

Quotes of the Day:
"If you put garbage in a computer nothing comes out but garbage. But this garbage, having passed through a very expensive machine, is somehow ennobled and none dare criticize it."
~ Rory Bremner ~

Heres a good one for you. the Taliban have been accused of increasing the production of opium in southern Afganistan. A lot of people will believe this lie.

And ... it is a lie. So, how about a few facts?

According to this article the Taliban had banned the cultivation of poppies in 2000 and by 2001 had reduced opiun production by a whopping 91%.

Guess what happened? the US invaded in October of 2001 and in one years time the production increased under US rule from 185 tons to 3400 tons.

It helps to dig around in the research when working the compost pile. Leave it to the New York Times to spit out pathocratic lies every time. All the news thats fit to print? Geez, I wouldn't use it to wrap garbage.

Read the Signs.

Thursday, August 31, 2006

The F Word

Quote of the Day:

"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the merger of state and corporate power."
~ Benito Mussolini ~

Don't say that you didn't see this was coming. Goergie and his gang of killers have confiscated the word Fascist and are applying it Muslims. This is actually a natural reaction for them.

After committing a crime the Psychopath will always blame the victim.

The blogs have been calling the Bush Regime Fascist for years. Anyone with two functioning neurons can see that the USofA has slid down the tubes into one deep pit of denial. Now the dictionary is being changed and the 'land of the free' looks like it's going to bite the big cookie.

To see the original defination of fascism written by Benito go here. Then visit this site to see the defination of Bushism and how well Goergie and his gang fit the fascist mold.

Incidentally, the phrase 'bite the big cookie' was a phrase used by nurses a long time back when the word 'die' was not allowed in hospitals. Another one is 'bought the box'. See how conditioned we all are?

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

John Wayne Would Faint

Quote of the Day:

"He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; he who does not ask a question remains a fool forever."
~ Chinese Proverb ~

Looks like there are a few cracks forming in the once strongly cemented wall of blind belief surrounding the invasion and subsequent war on Iraq. The Marines can't find enough volunteers to return to fight in Iraq. MSNBC says, "This is the first time the Marines have had to use the involuntary recall since the early days of the Iraq combat."

Wow. What would John Wayne say?

The Marines have this image of being the guys who will do anything, go anywhere and sacrifice all for 'their country.' At least that's what the programming says. You remember don't you? Those war movies from the 40s , fifties, sixties etc, etc etc ad nauseum. Just another form of brain washing.

Wonder why the guys with guts don't want to go to Iraq?

Could it be news that the wonder weapon, Depleted Uranium, does not discriminate and invades ever body within it's reach causing untold harm through cancer, birth defects and other deadly maladies?

Could it be that they know the reason given by their CIC has admitted that the reason for the invasion of Iraq was a lie?

Could it be that they are reading the news at a site that can be trusted and have started asking questions?


Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Your Taxes at Work

JULY 30, 2006

Ten years after its first Qana Massacre in 1996 at the U.N. Base in Qana Village, "Israel" kills more than 63 Lebanese refugees including 42 children at the same Village.

Just the day before on July 29th, "Israel" rejected a request by the U.N. for a three-day Cease-fire in Lebanon to deliver humanitarian supplies and allow civilians to leave the war zone.

Five days ago on July 25th, the "israeli" air force deliberately bombed a U.N. base at Khiam Village in South Lebanon killing four United Nations observers. The victims were Nationals of Austria, Canada, China and Finland. The U.N. failed to condemn "Israel" for the killings due to the U.S. pressure.

Seven days ago on July 23rd, the "israeli" Army targeted two Lebanese Red Cross Ambulances in Qana Village. Five of the LRC volunteers and three patients were wounded in the attack.

Again and as expected, the U.N. failed to condemn "Israel" for the Qana Massacre due to the U.S. pressure. The U.N. expressed its "shock" for this Crime against Humanity. It is the maximum that the U.N. can say or do after being hijacked by USA.

The Innocent Lebanese Civilians were killed at Qana by using MK-84 Laser Guided Bombs (LGB) with BSU-37/B (Bomb Stabilization Units). These Bombs are Precision-Guided Munition (PGM) and were manufactured by the U.S. Company Raytheon for the U.S. Navy and Air Force.
The MK-84 LGB, which weights 2000 lbs (907 kg) and has 948 lbs (430 kg) explosive power, features accuracy, reliability and cost-effectiveness previously unobtainable in conventional weapons.

The Innocent Refugees were chased from Home to Home, destroying each Home they hid in, until they reached the edge of Qana Village where they were targeted around 1 o'clock after mid-night. The MK-84 Bombs were dropped by US-Made F16s warplanes and Laser-guided by US-Made Apache helicopters that followed the Civilians.

Experts think that there was also some sort of a Poisonous Gas involved in the Massacre because many of the bodies did not have injuries and the Victims appeared to have suffered an Instant Death.

The second Qana Massacre was designed as one of many Scenarios for an Exit Strategy to show the World that "Israel" was not Defeated but had to Quit the War due to a Series of "Grave Errors". Note that the "israeli" Aggression on Lebanon in 1996 was halted after the first Qana Massacre.