I've given this a once-over and it looks about right. I've seen all this stuff before, so I can recommend this video.
This is what decent humanity is up against.
The stage photos, the rubble series, the beer series, and the holding-eyeglasses series are courtesy of Gregg Matthews, Orlando. All others by Chris King.
Clicking the thumbnail will show a 300dpi version.
Generally, the staged photos were taken in the olden days, around 2004. I have not aged at all, so you may regard these to be an accurate representation of what my big fat pot belly does not look like.
When the Government Man decides to stab his fat, dirty fingers at things and initiate non-linearity, you may use these in your newspaper or on your TV show if you like.
ALERT: 13.3 ppm of COREXIT found INLAND, near Florida border — Chemist says tests show “toxic solvent” 2-butoxyethanol that “RUPTURES red blood cells” (VIDEO & PHOTOS)
Bob Naman is the analytical chemist who performed the tests featured in WKRG’s broadcast. He was interviewed by Washington’s Blog for an August 24 report. Highlights include:
- Naman found 2-butoxyethanol in the Cotton Bayou sample. [Ingredient in 'discontinued' Corexit 9527.]
- Naman said found no propylene glycol, the main ingredient of Corexit 9500.
- Naman said he went to Dauphin Island, Alabama last night and while there observed many 250-500 gallon barrels which were labeled Corexit 9527. Naman took pictures that he will soon be sharing.
- Naman said he saw men applying the Corexit 9527 while he was in Dauphin Island and also in Bayou La Batre, Alabama.
- Naman said the Corexit 9527 is being haphazardly sprayed at night and is impacting beach sands in a highly concentrated form.
Scientists oppose the use of dispersant chemicals in the Gulf of Mexico, MSNBC, July 16, 2010:
Corexit 9527A contains 2-BTE (2-butoxyethanol), a toxic solvent that ruptures red blood cells, causing hemolysis (bleeding) and liver and kidney damage (Johanson and Bowman, 1991, Nalco, 2010). Both Corexit dispersants contain petroleum solvents that mix with the crude oil mass and move through it, thus increasing the uptake of oil by organisms (NRC, 2005, Nalco, 2010).
So: We're detecting Corexit 9527 inland. Corexit 9527 is known to cause rupturing of red blood cells. Corexit 9527 is "discontinued." Does that imply that it's somehow illegal, or is it just an older version of Corexit?
Do you understand that, contrary to the orders of the EPA, BP is just spraying this stuff all over the place? Do you understand that the nation is under what appears to be deliberate chemical attack, disguised as an oil cleanup operation? Do you see how convenient the bungled oil drilling was?
This Corexit is extremely toxic.
A Cadillac CTS-V. Here are the specs as I have personally designed them: http://www.cadillac.com/tools/byo/byoCustomizeVehicle.do?region&zipCode=05101®ion=40&pvc=5141&brand=cts-v&year=2010&zipCode=05101&isMultiCounty=false®ion=40
It's totally tricked out with all the options. Polished wheels, 6.2 liter 556 horsepower V8 engine, sueded steering wheel, sunroof, automatic transmission, wood trim, Recaro performance seating, exterior color Thunder Gray ChromaFlair, interior color ebony.
Also have some aftermarket auto modifier add those cool hydraulic shocks just like in that video I showed you. And have a license plate made up with some random numbers on it, registered with Christopher King.
Please stop by a stationery store and pick up a sympathy card for the prosecution. Have everyone sign it, and sign my name for me.
On the inside, write a little note:
"Please accept our condolences on the loss of your brainchildren in that untimely accident of losing jurisdiction. So long, suckers."
Let us recap:
Bankers jumped inside captured exoskelet-- er, I mean, parade of idiocy jurisdiction United States and tricked it out with things like those fancy hydraulics that our Latino friends use to pimp their rides, and they put on those wheels that spin backward when you're at a stop light.
But what really happened with their lovingly constructed kook law is that they created a legal no man's land for their chief tormentor, Christopher King.
Just one problem: It is not theoretically possible to prove jurisdiction inside a legal no man's land. They delivered to me a true principality, known as Christopher King. It truly can be equated with one of those sovereign Indian nations, the new-and-improved part being that Christopher King is not territorially specific; obviously, that bubble of immunity travels wherever I may go.
Christopher King is now an offensive weapon. Conduct yourselves accordingly.
I want you to devise some means of legally proving sovereignty. I suggest that we open a casino.
Please contact a casino operator (someone reputable; I don't want any organized criminals) and ask him if he might like to run a test bed of a half dozen slot machines in Vermont. (I do not actually care for gambling. I think the people have far better things to do than to gamble away their money.) Or perhaps this casino operator can run some poker tables.
I think I will have to charter the corporation that runs the operation. Then I will contract out the operation to the casino operator.
Figure out the legal approach to this. Then find a casino operator.
I am going to use my new offensive weapon to bring economic pressure to bear until that jurisdiction bends to my will on all matters.
There is to be law in this land one way or another.
Do this please. I want a test bed running within a couple of months.
"Looooove the kook law..."
The nation has been attacked on many fronts, including environmentally and economically. There are powers who are using the monetary system for force multiplication.
The economic problems in this country stem not from some lack of "demand," as the term of art is, but from a lack of money. I know it sounds simplistic, but what I really mean to say is that there is a lack of a medium of exchange in circulation. Obviously, the demand on both sides of the seller/purchaser equation cannot be satisfied without a medium of exchange.
In short, we suffer not a demand problem, but a demand satisfaction problem. No one has any money.
I advise the state governments to get out in front of things by hammering out among themselves a new national currency. This will be a sovereign currency, unlike the privately owned and issued Federal Reserve Note, your nation's dependence on which has only impoverished you. You have been paying a private consortium of banks for the privilege of using their currency, which they have been using as a means of stealing economic energy from the nation for their own purposes through the subtle form of theft known as "inflation," which is the result of fractional reserve lending. Talk to Ron Paul. He knows the scoop on this.
There may be some federal law against the states reaching accords among themselves outside Congress. Oh well; no one's following the law anyway.
There is a very good chance that the national government will completely collapse within the next two years. If that is the case, you will want to have a new national currency all ready to be deployed.
--that is my one-size-fits-all legal defense on any matter: "Sit down and shut up and let me do your job."
And then when your son asks what you did when the Orcs took over the place, you can beam with pride and say, "I was a hero, Timmy! I saved the day! I sat down and shut my face whenever Chris saw fit to pull a fire alarm or throw a rock through someone's window. My main contribution to the effort was that I didn't immediately wet my pants. Back in those days I ran with the big dogs! Woof woof!"
The United States said Wednesday it was "deeply concerned" about reports of mass rape in Democratic Republic of Congo, and would work with the local government and the United Nations to bring the culprits to justice.
"The United States is deeply concerned by reports of the mass rape of women and children... by the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda... and elements of the Mai Mai, community-based militia groups in eastern Congo," US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a statement.
"This horrific attack is yet another example of how sexual violence undermines efforts to achieve and maintain stability in areas torn by conflict but striving for peace," she added.
Maj Gen Taguba, who retired in January 2007, said he supported the President’s decision, adding: “These pictures show torture, abuse, rape and every indecency.
The latest photographs relate to 400 cases of alleged abuse between 2001 and 2005 in Abu Ghraib and six other prisons. Mr Obama said the individuals involved had been “identified, and appropriate actions” taken.
Maj Gen Taguba’s internal inquiry into the abuse at Abu Ghraib, included sworn statements by 13 detainees, which, he said in the report, he found “credible based on the clarity of their statements and supporting evidence provided by other witnesses.”
Among the graphic statements, which were later released under US freedom of information laws, is that of Kasim Mehaddi Hilas in which he says: “I saw [name of a translator] ******* a kid, his age would be about 15 to 18 years. The kid was hurting very bad and they covered all the doors with sheets. Then when I heard screaming I climbed the door because on top it wasn’t covered and I saw [name] who was wearing the military uniform, putting his **** in the little kid’s ***…. and the female soldier was taking pictures.”
Shut up, you animals. At no time should a United States officer speak among his betters.
Van-mounted body scanners coming to a street near you?
US law enforcement agencies are among the customers of a Massachusetts-based company that is selling full-body scanners to be mounted inside vans and used on streets, says a report from Forbes.
American Science & Engineering, based in Billerica, Mass., told Forbes blogger Andy Greenberg that it has sold more than 500 "Z Backscatter Vans," mobile x-ray scanning units that can be used to detect bombs, contraband and smuggled people inside nearby cars.
The company says its largest customer by far is the US military, which has purchased the machines to search for car bombs and other threats in war zones. But AS&E's vice president of marketing, Joe Reiss, said US law enforcement agencies have also bought the machines "to search for vehicle-based bombs in the US," Greenberg reports.
Is it for the terriss? Is the world such a dangerous place that we need to permit the police to search your vehicle whenever they want, without a warrant?
Do you see what you lose when you don't have the courage to discuss certain issues? --like how Larry Silverstein's little urban renewal project somehow mushroomed into asshole searches and stormtroopers kicking in your door?
"Daddy, Jimmy told me that there were no asshole searches when you were a boy. When the bad men flew planes into the Twin Towers and then dismantled lawful government and took over the place like orcs, how come you didn't do anything?"
"Well, Timmy, that's easy! It's because Daddy's a big pussy! I didn't want to jeopardize my pension. Who needs that kind of trouble? --We'll let comedians do all the work. And then little bitches like me can punch Chris in the face at every turn, and obstruct the collection of his five quadrillion dollars in ticket receipts."
Here are some titles I'm kicking around. You can vote and tell me which you prefer:
In the event that I spend some time cooling my heels, I want you to keep an eye on a few things.
So observe all tripwires.
Assange, however, quickly laid the blame on the Pentagon. He stated that he had been warned by Australian intelligence to be on guard against “honey traps”—the time-honored ploys that intelligence services use to lure a target into a sexual encounter with someone who then uses the encounter to damage the target’s reputation. Earlier today, however, Assange reversed course on these charges, telling the Sydney Morning Herald, “We don’t have direct evidence that this is coming from a U.S. or other intelligence service, but we can have some suspicions about who will benefit, but without direct evidence I won’t be making direct allegations.”
The Pentagon quickly denounced the charges as “absurd.” But there is no doubt that the Pentagon is seeking to gain from them in its information war with WikiLeaks: when the case first emerged, the accusations were aggressively spread by the Pentagon via Twitter.
As I wrote in “WikiLeaks: The National-Security State Strikes Back,” a highly classified Army Counterintelligence Center 32-page memorandum noted that to eliminate the threat presented by WikiLeaks, the United States would have to strike not simply servers and databases, but against the individuals who were critical to the operation of WikiLeaks. It repeatedly identifies Assange as a target, describes the leaks as criminal acts and advocates “successful prosecutions” to “destroy the center of gravity” of WikiLeaks. The suspicions raised by Assange are thus hardly unwarranted—they match the Pentagon’s own plan to take WikiLeaks out of action. However, there is as yet no direct evidence for the claim that the accusations leveled at Assange were the work of some intelligence service, and even if there were, Assange has plenty of governments anxious to shut him down aside from the United States. But as this incident makes clear, the war on WikiLeaks will be fought with unconventional tools and those following the story are advised to accept nothing at face value.
Here is the aforementioned, leaked, classified document wherein the Army discusses how to deal with Wikileaks: http://file.wikileaks.org/file/us-intel-wikileaks.pdf
So the moral of the story is that if the Pentagon was not behind this particular "rape" charge incident, they will be bringing something similar in the future. (And for any who do not know, here's the boiled-down story: Two women, both of whom were "raped" by Julian Assange, both attend the same lecture given by Mister Assange --because, of course, rape victims usually wish to see their attackers, you know. So these two women happened to meet each other by chance at that lecture, and they got started talking, and they just happened to broach the topic of rape and, lo, it turns out that they were both raped by none other than Mister Assange. How often does such an unlikely chain of events occur?)
We are witnessing skirmishes in an information war, with Wikileaks on one side (and, I will remind you, Wikileaks does not torture and kill and poison the earth with depleted uranium,) and on the other side we have the American War Machine (that tortures and kills and generally ruins every last decent thing in this world.)
One, I can tell you who the good guy here is and, two, I can predict who will win this information war.
Regarding my recent stink tweets, I do not mean to leave my audience with the idea that I was personally disrespecting Mister Obama. So on a man-to-man level, I don't want anyone to think that there's some throwdown that he needs to step up to.
On a legal level --because I know that there are overachievers who want me out of the picture at any cost-- I will remind us all that you can't threaten the president because there isn't one right now.
I want that legal malfunction in the executive branch corrected so that this nation has a properly functioning government. And I want those 9-11 criminals arrested.
You got to break a few eggs to make an omelette. I apologize for ringing those legal bells. It had to be done.
And on a show level --and we're all adults here; we all know we're in my show and we all know that I claim certain licenses, and we all extend them to me-- we all, in our hearts, understand that I intend no harm and that any such "threat" is not real.
This nation is going to be fixed and we are all going to fix it, and we are going to fix it no matter the amount of kicking and screaming.
Just bear with me.
Perhaps you've been privy to my living room discussion with my audience over the past few hours: It appears that I will die of loneliness and isolation if I do not improve my situation.
The United States is a dead nation. It lacks an economy, it lacks a functioning government and legal system, the southeastern quadrant of the nation is now uninhabitable, and it is not legally possible for me to work, buy food, or have friends.
I used to think that I would go down with the ship, fighting for my culture.
But there is no culture to defend. And I will die of loneliness before the ship goes down.
So it makes sense that I should leave this country.
If there are any foreign nations who might value a person possessing my various skills, and if someone could see fit to putting me up until I can find gainful employment, I would appreciate an invitation to relocate to your nation.
I prefer a cool climate. I'm thinking some northern nation, like Switzerland. It has a functioning, moral government and a robust culture. Or perhaps Russia. That nation is on the ascendant.
There is nothing to keep me in this land. I have no money, no home, and no means of supporting myself.
I want to be out of this collapsed, dead nation within one month. It is a self-preservation issue. I do not fear the legal system of that assclown government --the one that managed to lose jurisdiction over all matters regarding me. I fear losing the will to live.
The United States is a toxic land. I have to leave this wasteland. The nation is dead and cannot be revived.
So what say ye?
Remind our Israeli friends that making their nation disappear would be a very simple matter. (And no one would miss it.)
All stays quiet as long as all stays quiet. They have my word.
Locate and remove those nukes. Israeli assistance in this matter will go far in placating my demand for my pound of flesh. Intransigence on this point plays poorly for them on the world stage.
It is necessary to my objectives that any continuing action against Russia be immediately terminated. You know what weapons I'm talking about. You are poisoning the earth. You are being distracted by visions of near-term gains.
Cease strumming that weapon.
Locate all black CIA torture sites. Draw up plans to liberate any captives and to dispense with their captors by whatever convenient means. Do this regardless of national borders.
You will bring honor upon the nation henceforth. Your days of bringing only disrepute are now over.
I pronounce you to be inactive.
You are dead, and I killed you. Don't fight it. It's for the best --I know best.
The more well behaved among you will have positions. You will be taken care of.
Allied Military Elements: Observe all tripwires.
If you want to follow along and watch me drag my balls all over that dead, bled-out, assclown jurisdiction, you can follow me at twitter user SmellyOlTerriss.
It should be great fun to watch that dead, stinking, ineffectual nothing try to get on its feet.
I'm pretty sure it's dead. Watch me kick it in the guts again and again and again.