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Quotes by H.L. Mencken, famous columnist: "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed — and hence clamorous to be led to safety — by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." And, "The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false face for the urge to rule it."

We start with Mencken's quotes because they are so well known from the past, but yet still so relevant so many years later. His past insights to those whose lives are addicted to the seeking of power, or control, or fame, or money is still as valid today, as it was 70 years ago. Below are quotes from the powerful; the rich; the religious; the studious; the famous; the fanatics; and, the aspiring, all sharing a common theme of keeping "the populace alarmed" to further their own personal, selfish goals.

Once you read the below quotes, come back and re-read the previous paragraph. The threat to the world is not man-made global warming or climate change. The threat to the world, as is always the case, is a current group(s) of humans who want to impose their values and desires on others. The people below represent such a group, and they are not saints as individuals; in fact, quite the opposite, unfortunately.

Quote by Paul Watson, a founder of Greenpeace: "It doesn't matter what is true, it only matters what people believe is true."

Quote by Jim Sibbison, environmental journalist, former public relations official for the Environmental Protection Agency: "We routinely wrote scare stories...Our press reports were more or less true...We were out to whip the public into a frenzy about the environment."

Quote by Ottmar Edenhoffer, high level UN-IPCC official: "We redistribute de facto the world's wealth by climate policy...Basically it's a big mistake to discuss climate policy separately from the major themes of globalization...One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with environmental policy anymore."

Quote by Club of Rome: "In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill....All these dangers are caused by human intervention....and thus the “real enemy, then, is humanity itself....believe humanity requires a common motivation, namely a common adversary in order to realize world government. It does not matter if this common enemy is “a real one or….one invented for the purpose."

Quote by emeritus professor Daniel Botkin: "The only way to get our society to truly change is to frighten people with the possibility of a catastrophe."

Quote by David Suzuki, celebrity scientist, alarmist extraordinaire: 1990 quote: "More than any other time in history, the 1990s will be a turning point for human civilization."

Quote by David Suzuki, celebrity scientist, alarmist extraordinaire: 2011 quote: "Humanity is facing a challenge unlike any we’ve ever had to confront. We are in an unprecedented period of change."

Quote by Robert Stavins, the head of Harvard’s Environmental Economics program: "It’s unlikely that the U.S. is going to take serious action on climate change until there are observable, dramatic events, almost catastrophic in nature, that drive public opinion and drive the political process in that direction."

Quote by Al Gore, former U.S. vice president, and large CO2 producer: "I believe it is appropriate to have an over-representation of factual presentations on how dangerous it is, as a predicate for opening up the audience to listen to what the solutions are, and how hopeful it is that we are going to solve this crisis."

Quote by Stephen Schneider, Stanford Univ., environmentalist: "That, of course, entails getting loads of media coverage. So we have to offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements, and make little mention of any doubts we might have."

Quote by Sir John Houghton, pompous lead editor of first three IPCC reports: “If we want a good environmental policy in the future we’ll have to have a disaster.”

Quote from Monika Kopacz, atmospheric scientist: "It is no secret that a lot of climate-change research is subject to opinion, that climate models sometimes disagree even on the signs of the future changes (e.g. drier vs. wetter future climate). The problem is, only sensational exaggeration makes the kind of story that will get politicians’ — and readers’ — attention. So, yes, climate scientists might exaggerate, but in today’s world, this is the only way to assure any political action and thus more federal financing to reduce the scientific uncertainty."

Quote by Christine Stewart, former Canadian Environment Minister: “No matter if the science is all phoney, there are collateral environmental benefits.... climate change [provides] the greatest chance to bring about justice and equality in the world.”

Quote by Timoth Wirth, U.S./UN functionary, former elected Democrat Senator: “We’ve got to ride the global-warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing in terms of economic policy and environmental policy.”

Quote by Richard Benedik, former U.S./UN bureaucrat: "A global climate treaty must be implemented even if there is no scientific evidence to back the greenhouse effect."

Quote from the UN's Own "Agenda 21": "Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound reorientation of all human society, unlike anything the world has ever experienced a major shift in the priorities of both governments and individuals and an unprecedented redeployment of human and financial resources. This shift will demand that a concern for the environmental consequences of every human action be integrated into individual and collective decision-making at every level."

Quote by Maurice Strong, a billionaire elitist, primary power behind UN throne, and large CO2 producer: “Isn't the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn't it our responsibility to bring that about?”

Quote by Gus Hall, former leader of the Communist Party USA: "Human society cannot basically stop the destruction of the environment under capitalism. Socialism is the only structure that makes it possible."

Quote by Peter Berle, President of the National Audubon Society: "We reject the idea of private property."

Quote by Jack Trevors, Editor-in-Chief of Water, Air, & Soil Pollution: "The capitalistic systems of economy follow the one principal rule: the rule of profit making. All else must bow down to this rule…The current USA is an example of a failed capitalistic state in which essential long-term goals such as prevention of climate change and limitation of human population growth are subjugated to the short-term profit motive and the principle of economic growth."_

Quote by Judi Bari, an American environmentalist and labor leader, a feminist, and the principal organizer of Earth First!: "I think if we don't overthrow capitalism, we don't have a chance of saving the world ecologically,"

Quote by David Brower, a founder of the Sierra Club: "The goal now is a socialist, redistributionist society, which is nature's proper steward and society's only hope."

Quote by UN chief Ban Ki-moon: "Now it is the least developed world who are not responsible for this climate change phenomenon that bore the brunt of climate change consequences so it is morally and politically correct that the developed world who made this climate change be responsible by providing financial support and technological support to these people."

Quote by David Rockefeller, heir to billion dollar fortune: "We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis..."

Quote by Helen Caldicott, an Australian physician and a leading member of the Union of Concerned Scientists: "Free Enterprise really means rich people get richer. They have the freedom to exploit and psychologically rape their fellow human beings in the process...Capitalism is destroying the earth."

Quote by Judi Dench, famous UK actress: "The need for a global structure of control in the form of a world environment court is now more urgent than ever before."

Quote by Club of Rome: "A keen and anxious awareness is evolving to suggest that fundamental changes will have to take place in the world order and its power structures, in the distribution of wealth and income."

Quote by Mikhail Gorbachev, communist and former leader of U.S.S.R.: "The emerging 'environmentalization' of our civilization and the need for vigorous action in the interest of the entire global community will inevitably have multiple political consequences. Perhaps the most important of them will be a gradual change in the status of the United Nations. Inevitably, it must assume some aspects of a world government."

Quote by Gordon Brown, former British prime minister: "A New World Order is required to deal with the Climate Change crisis."

Quote by Club of Rome: "Now is the time to draw up a master plan for sustainable growth and world development based on global allocation of all resources and a new global economic system. Ten or twenty years from today it will probably be too late."

Quote by Lester Brown, founder of the Worldwatch Institute, and founder and president of the Earth Policy Institute: "Nations are in effect ceding portions of their sovereignty to the international community and beginning to create a new system of international environmental governance."

Quote by Dixy Lee Ray, former liberal Democrat governor of State of Washington, U.S.: "The objective, clearly enunciated by the leaders of UNCED, is to bring about a change in the present system of independent nations. The future is to be World Government with central planning by the United Nations. Fear of environmental crises - whether real or not - is expected to lead to – compliance”

Quote by UN's Commission on Global Governance: "The concept of national sovereignty has been immutable, indeed a sacred principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation."

Quote by David Shearman, an IPCC Assessor for 3rd and 4th climate change reports: "Government in the future will be based upon . . . a supreme office of the biosphere. The office will comprise specially trained philosopher/ecologists. These guardians will either rule themselves or advise an authoritarian government of policies based on their ecological training and philosophical sensitivities. These guardians will be specially trained for the task."

Quote by John Holdren, President Obama's science czar: “A massive campaign must be launched to restore a high-quality environment in North America and to de-develop the United States...De-development means bringing our economic system (especially patterns of consumption) into line with the realities of ecology and the global resource situation...Redistribution of wealth both within and among nations is absolutely essential, if a decent life is to be provided for every human being."

Quote by Al Gore, former U.S. vice president, mega-millionaire, and large CO2 producer: “Adopting a central organizing principle means embarking on an all-out effort to use every policy and program, every law and institution, to halt the destruction of the environment.”

Quote by Ban Ki-Moon, UN Secretary General: "A deal must include an equitable global governance structure. All countries must have a voice in how resources are deployed and managed."

Quote by EU Environment Commissioner Margot Wallstroem: "[Kyoto protocol] is not a simple environmental issue, where you can say scientists are not unanimous. This is about international relations, this is about the economy, about trying to create a level playing field for big businesses throughout the world. You have to understand what is at stake, and that is why it is serious,..."

Quote by Robert Muller, former UN Assistant Secretary General: “In my view, after fifty years of service in the United National system, I perceive the utmost urgency and absolute necessity for proper Earth government. There is no shadow of a doubt that the present political and economic systems are no longer appropriate and will lead to the end of life evolution on this planet. We must therefore absolutely and urgently look for new ways.”

Quote by Jacques Chirac, former French President: “For the first time, humanity is instituting a genuine instrument [Kyoto Protocol] of global governance,”..."By acting together, by building this unprecedented instrument, the first component of an authentic global governance, we are working for dialogue and peace.”

Quote by Earth Charter, an environmental organization: "Radical change from the current trajectory is not an option, but an absolute necessity. Fundamental economic, social and cultural changes that address the root causes of poverty and environmental degradation are required and they are required now."

Quote by Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, architect of the new Germanic masterplan, the 'Great Transformation': "Either the Earth System would undergo major phase transitions as a result of unchecked human pressure on nature’s capacities and resources or a “Great Transformation” towards global sustainability would be initiated in due course. Neither transitions nor transformations will be manageable without novel forms of global governance and markets..."

Quote by UN's Commission on Global Governance: "Regionalism must precede globalism. We foresee a seamless system of governance from local communities, individual states, regional unions and up through to the United Nations itself."

Quote by Al Gore, former U.S. vice president, mega-millionaire, and large CO2 producer: "We are close to a time when all of humankind will envision a global agenda that encompasses a kind of Global Marshall Plan to address the causes of poverty and suffering and environmental destruction all over the earth."

Quote by Barbara Stocking, chief executive of Oxfam in Britain: "Funding from rich countries to help the poor and vulnerable adapt to climate change is not even one percent of what is needed. This glaring injustice must be addressed at Copenhagen in December [2009]."

Quote by Emma Brindal, a climate justice campaigner coordinator for Friends of the Earth: “A climate change response must have at its heart a redistribution of wealth and resources.”

Quote by Michael Oppenheimer, major environmentalist: "The only hope for the world is to make sure there is not another United States. We can't let other countries have the same number of cars, the amount of industrialization, we have in the US. We have to stop these Third World countries right where they are."

Quote by Louis Proyect, Columbia University: “The answer to global warming is in the abolition of private property and production for human need. A socialist world would place an enormous priority on alternative energy sources. This is what ecologically-minded socialists have been exploring for quite some time now.”

Quote by Walden Bello, leftist and founding director of Focus on the Global South: "However it is achieved, a thorough reorganisation of production, consumption and distribution will be the end result of humanity's response to the climate emergency and the broader environmental crisis."

Quote by UK's Keith Farnish, environmental writer, philosopher and activist: "The only way to prevent global ecological collapse and thus ensure the survival of humanity is to rid the world of Industrial Civilization...Unloading essentially means the removal of an existing burden: for instance, removing grazing domesticated animals, razing cities to the ground, blowing up dams and switching off the greenhouse gas emissions machine."

Quote by James Lovelock, known as founder of 'Gaia' concept: "“I have a feeling that climate change may be an issue as severe as a war. It may be necessary to put democracy on hold for a while.”

Quote by Club of Rome: "Democracy is not a panacea. It cannot organize everything and it is unaware of its own limits. These facts must be faced squarely. Sacrilegious though this may sound, democracy is no longer well suited for the tasks ahead. The complexity and the technical nature of many of today’s problems do not always allow elected representatives to make competent decisions at the right time."

Quote by Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury: “We must support government coercion over enforcing international protocols and speed limits on motorways if we want the global economy not to collapse and millions, billions of people to die.”

Quote by Paula Snyder, an America promoter of green causes: "Greed is the enemy - the underlying problem is greed, and that leads into most of the problems with the ecological system and the political system...I wish I could make a total redistribution [of wealth]...Things are going to change. They have to."

Quote by Jeffery Sachs, Columbia University, Director of The Earth Institute: "Obama is already setting a new historic course by reorienting the economy from private consumption to public investments...free-market pundits bemoan the evident intention of Obama and team to 'tell us what kind of car to drive'. Yet that is exactly what they intend to do...and rightly so. Free-market ideology is an anachronism in an era of climate change."

Quote by René Dubos, French scientist, environmentalist, author of the maxim "Think globally, act locally": "Our salvation depends upon our ability to create a religion of nature."

Quote by Al Gore, former U.S. vice president, mega-millionaire, and large CO2 producer: "The fate of mankind, as well as religion, depends on the emergence of a new faith in the future. Armed with such a faith, we might find it possible to resanctify the earth."

Quote by Mikhail Gorbachev, communist and former leader of U.S.S.R.: "I envisage the principles of the Earth Charter to be a new form of the ten commandments. They lay the foundation for a sustainable global earth community."

Quote by Prabhath P., environmentalist and member of Intuition Network: "The spirit of our planet is stirring! The Consciousness of Goddess Earth is now rising against all odds, in spite of millennia of suppression, repression and oppression inflicted on Her by a hubristic and misguided humanity. The Earth is a living entity, a biological organism with psychic and spiritual dimensions."

Quote by Club of Rome: "The greatest hope for the Earth lies in religionists and scientists uniting to awaken the world to its near fatal predicament and then leading mankind out of the bewildering maze of international crises into the future Utopia of humanist hope."

Quote by David Suzuki, celebrity scientist, alarmist extraordinaire: “All life on Earth is our kin. And in an act of generosity, our relatives create the four sacred elements for us.”..."We have become a force of nature...Not long ago, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, drought, forest fires, even earthquakes and volcanic explosions were accepted as "natural disasters or "acts of God." But now, we have joined God, powerful enough to influence these events."

Quote by Robert Muller, former UN Assistant Secretary General: "Little by little a planetary prayer book is thus being composed by an increasingly united humanity seeking its oneness. Once again, but this time on a universal scale, humankind is seeking no less than its reunion with 'divine,' its transcendence into higher forms of life."

Quote by Maurice Strong, a wealthy elitist and primary power behind UN throne, and large CO2 producer: "It is the responsibility of each human being today to choose between the force of darkness and the force of light. We must therefore transform our attitudes, and adopt a renewed respect for the superior laws of Divine Nature."

Quote by Mikhail Gorbachev, communist and former leader of U.S.S.R.: "Nature is my god. To me, nature is sacred; trees are my temples and forests are my cathedrals."

Quote by Global Education Associates, an environmental education group: Their daily Earth pledge - "I pledge allegiance to the Earth and all its sacred parts. Its water, land and living things and all its human hearts."

Quote by Paul Ehrlich, professor, Stanford University: “Giving society cheap, abundant energy would be the equivalent of giving an idiot child a machine gun.”

Quote by Jeremy Rifkin, Greenhouse Crisis Foundation: “The prospect of cheap fusion energy is the worst thing that could happen to the planet.”

Quote by Paul Ehrlich, professor, Stanford University: "We contend that the position of the nuclear promoters is preposterous beyond the wildest imaginings of most nuclear opponents, primarily because one of the purported “benefits” of nuclear power, the availability of cheap and abundant energy, is in fact a liability."

Quote by Club of Rome: "The Earth has cancer and the cancer is Man."

Quote by John Davis, editor of Earth First! journal: "Human beings, as a species, have no more value than slugs."

Quote by Paul Ehrlich, professor, Stanford University: "A cancer is an uncontrolled multiplication of cells; the population explosion is an uncontrolled multiplication of people. We must shift our efforts from the treatment of the symptoms to the cutting out of the cancer."

Quote by John Holdren, President Obama's science czar: "There exists ample authority under which population growth could be regulated...It has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society."

Quote by Christopher Manes, a writer for Earth First! journal: "The extinction of the human species may not only be inevitable but a good thing."

Quote by Ted Turner, billionaire, founder of CNN and major UN donor, and large CO2 producer: “A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”

Quote by David Foreman, co-founder of Earth First!: “My three main goals would be to reduce human population to about 100 million worldwide, destroy the industrial infrastructure and see wilderness, with it’s full complement of species, returning throughout the world.”

Quote by David Brower, a founder of the Sierra Club: "Childbearing should be a punishable crime against society, unless the parents hold a government license. All potential parents should be required to use contraceptive chemicals, the government issuing antidotes to citizens chosen for childbearing."

Quote by Club of Rome: "...the resultant ideal sustainable population is hence more than 500 million people but less than one billion."

Quote by Susan Blakemore, a UK Guardian science journalist: "For the planet’s sake, I hope we have bird flu or some other thing that will reduce the population, because otherwise we’re doomed."

Quote by Paul Ehrlich, professor, Stanford University: "The addition of a temporary sterilant to staple food, or to the water supply. With limited distribution of antidote chemicals, perhaps by lottery".

Quote by Prince Philip, royal billionaire, married to Queen Elizabeth II, and large CO2 producer: "I don't claim to have any special interest in natural history, but as a boy I was made aware of the annual fluctuations in the number of game animals and the need to adjust the cull to the size of the surplus population."

Quote by Bill Gates, Microsoft billionaire, and large CO2 producer: "The world today has 6.8 billion people...that's headed up to about 9 billion. If we do a really great job on vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 to 15 percent."

Quote by Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, architect of the new Germanic masterplan, the 'Great Transformation': "When you imagine that if all these 9 billion people claim all these resources, then the earth will explode.”

Quote by Jacques Cousteau, mega-celebrity French scientist: "In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 per day."

Quote by UN Commission on Global Biodiversity Assessment: "A reasonable estimate for an industrialized world society at the present North American material standard of living would be 1 billion. At the more frugal European standard of living, 2 to 3 billion would be possible."

Quote by John Miller, a NOAA climate scientist: "I would be remiss, as a scientist who studied this, if I didn't mention the following two things: The first is that, most importantly, we need to do, as a society, in this country and globally, whatever we can to reduce population"....."Our whole economic system is based on growth, and growth of our population, and this economic madness has to end."

Quote by John Davis, editor of Earth First! journal: "I suspect that eradicating small pox was wrong. It played an important part in balancing ecosystems."

Quote by Prince Philip, royal billionaire, married to Queen Elizabeth II, and large CO2 producer: "If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to Earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels."

Quote by Ingrid Newkirk, a former PETA President: “The extinction of Homo Sapiens would mean survival for millions, if not billions, of Earth-dwelling species. Phasing out the human race will solve every problem on Earth - social and environmental.”

Quote by Ted Turner, billionaire, founder of CNN and major UN donor, and large CO2 producer: "There are too many people, that's why we have global warming. We have global warming because too many people are using too much stuff."

Quote by James Lovelock, known as founder of 'Gaia' concept: "The big threat to the planet is people: there are too many, doing too well economically and burning too much oil."

Quote by Nina Vsevolod Fedoroff, science advisor to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: “There are probably already too many people on the planet.”

Quote by Al Gore, former U.S. vice president, mega-millionaire, and large CO2 producer: "Third world nations are producing too many children too fast...it is time to ignore the controversy over family planning and cut out-of-control population growth..."

Quote by Susan Blakemore, a UK Guardian science journalist: "Finally, we might decide that civilization itself is worth preserving. In that case we have to work out what to save and which people would be needed in a drastically reduced population – weighing the value of scientists and musicians against that of politicians, for example."

Quote by David Foreman, co-founder of Earth First!: "We advocate biodiversity for biodiversity’s sake. It may take our extinction to set things straight."

Quote by Harry Reid, Democrat, U.S. Senate majority leader: "Coal makes us sick. Oil makes us sick. It's global warming. It's ruining our country. It's ruining our world."

Quote by Osama bin Laden, terrorist leader behind 9/11 plot & attacks: "In fact, the life of all mankind is in danger because of global warming resulting to a large degree from the emissions of the factories of the major corporations; yet despite that, the representative of these corporations in the White House insists on not observing the Kyoto accord, with the knowledge that the statistics speak of the death and displacement of millions of human beings because of global warming, especially in Africa."

Quote by Chris Folland of UK Meteorological Office: “The data don't matter. We're not basing our recommendations [for reductions in carbon dioxide emissions] upon the data. We're basing them upon the climate models.”

Quote by David Frame, climate modeler, Oxford University: “Rather than seeing models as describing literal truth, we ought to see them as convenient fictions which try to provide something useful.”

Quote by David Suzuki, celebrity scientist, alarmist extraordinaire: "What I would challenge you to do is to put a lot of effort into trying to see whether there's a legal way of throwing our so-called leaders into jail because what they're doing is a criminal act."

Quote by Amory Lovins, scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute: "Complex technology of any sort is an assault on human dignity. It would be little short of disastrous for us to discover a source of clean, cheap, abundant energy, because of what we might do with it."

Quote by David Graber, scientist U.S. Nat'l Park Services: "We have become a plague upon ourselves and upon the Earth. It is cosmically unlikely that the developed world will choose to end its orgy of fossil energy consumption, and the Third World its suicidal consumption of landscape. Until such time as Homo Sapiens should decide to rejoin nature, some of us can only hope for the right virus to come along.”

Quote by Eric Pianka, professor at University of Texas: Good terrorists would be taking [Ebola Roaston and Ebola Zaire] so that they had microbes they could let loose on the Earth that would kill 90 percent of people.

Quote by John Shuttleworth, founder of Mother Earth News magazine: "The only real good technology is no technology at all. Technology is taxation without representation, imposed by our elitist species (man) upon the rest of the natural world.”

Quote by Thomas Lovejoy, scientist, Smithsonian Institution: "The planet is about to break out with fever, indeed it may already have, and we [human beings] are the disease. We should be at war with ourselves and our lifestyles."

Quote by Maurice Strong, a wealthy elitist and primary power behind UN throne, and large CO2 producer: "Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class - involving high meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, air-conditioning, and suburban housing - are not sustainable."

Quote by Pentti Linkola, a Finnish ecological philosopher: “An ecocatastrophe is taking place on earth.....discipline, prohibition, enforcement and oppression are the only solution." "As for those “most responsible for the present economic growth and competition”, Linkola explains that they will be sent to the mountains for “re-education” in eco-gulags: “the sole glimmer of hope,” he declares, “lies in a centralised government and the tireless control of citizens.”

Quote by Bill Maher, supposedly a comedian, and large CO2 producer: “Failing to warn the citizens of a looming weapon of mass destruction- and that’s what global warming is- in order to protect oil company profits, well, that fits for me the definition of treason.”

Quote by James Hansen, prominent NASA climate scientist: "...chief executives of large fossil fuel companies to [should] be put on trial for high crimes against humanity and nature; [Hansen] accusing them of actively spreading doubt about global warming in the same way that tobacco companies blurred the links between smoking and cancer.

Quote by George Monbiot, a UK Guardian environmental journalist: "...every time someone dies as a result of floods in Bangladesh, an airline executive should be dragged out of his office and drowned."

Quote by Jill Singer, Australian green and "journalist": "I'm prepared to keep an open mind and propose another stunt for climate sceptics - put your strong views to the test by exposing yourselves to high concentrations of either carbon dioxide or some other colourless, odourless gas - say, carbon monoxide."

Quote by Ross Gelbsan, former journalist: “Not only do journalists not have a responsibility to report what skeptical scientists have to say about global warming. They have a responsibility not to report what these scientists say.”

Quote by Charles Alexander, Time Magazine science editor: “I would freely admit that on [global warming] we have crossed the boundary from news reporting to advocacy.”

Quote by David Roberts, journalist Grist Magazine: "When we've finally gotten serious about global warming, when the impacts are really hitting us and we're in a full worldwide scramble to minimize the damage, we should have war crimes trials for these bastards (global warming skeptics) -- some sort of climate Nuremberg.”

Quote by Steven Guilbeault, Canadian environemental journalist and Greenpeace member: "Global warming can mean colder, it can mean drier, it can mean wetter."

Quote by George Monbiot, a UK Guardian environmental journalist: "It is a campaign not for abundance but for austerity. It is a campaign not for more freedom but for less. Strangest of all, it is a campaign not just against other people, but against ourselves."

Quote by Ted Turner, billionaire, founder of CNN and major UN donor, and large CO2 producer: 'Global warming’ will kill most of us, and turn the rest of us into cannibals.”

Quote by David Foreman, co-founder of Earth First!: “We must make this an insecure and inhospitable place for capitalists and their projects. We must reclaim the roads and plowed land, halt dam construction, tear down existing dams, free shackled rivers and return to wilderness millions of acres of presently settled land.”

Quote by Maurice King, well known UK professor: "Global Sustainability requires the deliberate quest of poverty, reduced resource consumption and set levels of mortality control.”

Quote by Jerry Brown, California liberal Democrat politician: "It's not viable' for poverty stricken developing world to emulate prosperity of U.S."

Quote by Lord Stern elitist UK economist and promoter of UN climate/economic sanctions: "The US will increasingly see the risks of being left behind, and ten years from now they would have to start worrying about being shut out of markets because their production is dirty.”

Quote by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and large CO2 producer: "Large-scale hog producers are a greater threat to the United States and U.S. democracy than Osama bin Laden and his terrorist network."

Quote by Christian Anton Mayer, aka Carl Amery, German environmentalist and writer: ""We, in the green movement, aspire to a cultural model in which killing a forest will be considered more contemptible and more criminal than the sale of 6-year-old children to Asian brothels."*

Quote by David Foreman, co-founder of Earth First!: "I founded Friends of the Earth to make the Sierra Club look reasonable. Then I founded the Earth Island Institute to make Friends of the Earth seem reasonable."

Quote by Noel Brown, UN official: "Entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000. Coastal flooding and crop failures would create an exodus of "eco-refugees," threatening political chaos." (Editor: Yes, he meant the year 2000.)
#GlobalWarming #NewWorldOrder #UnitedNations H/T +M.L. McCarren​​​

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The man who raised a black power salute at the 1968 Olympic Games.

It has long been regarded as the greatest sporting snub in history - when Adolf Hitler stormed out of the Olympic Stadium in Berlin because Germany had been humiliated by a black man.
The moment was 1936 and an incredible American athlete called Jesse Owens had just run his way to the first of four gold medals in the 100 metres

Hitler, who had shaken hands the previous day with all the German Olympic winners, left the stadium furious that his Aryan supermen had been beaten by their supposed racial inferior.

Or so the story goes:

But now a veteran sports reporter in Germany has come forward to claim that, though Hitler did indeed leave the stadium after the race, it was not before shaking Owens' hand.

Siegfried Mischner, 83, claims that Owens carried around a photograph in his wallet of the Fuehrer doing just that
Owens, who felt the newspapers of the day reported 'unfairly' on Hitler's attitude towards him, tried to get Mischner and his journalist colleagues to change the accepted version of history in the 1960s.
Mischner claimed Owens showed him the photograph and told himThat was one of my most beautiful moments

Mischner said: 'It was taken behind the honour stand and so not captured by the world's press. But I saw it, I saw him shaking Hitler's hand.

'The predominating opinion in post-war Germany was that Hitler had ignored Owens.
'We therefore decided not to report on the photo. The consensus was that Hitler had to continue to be painted in a bad light in relation to Owens.'
Mischner, who went on to write a book about the 1936 Olympics, said other journalists were with him on the day that Owens produced the photo and they too did not report on it.

Snubbed: American sporting hero Jesse Owens taking gold at the Berlin Olympics in 1936 after Hitler claimed he had been humiliated by a 'sub-human'

'Owens was disappointed,' he said. 'He shook his head disapprovingly. The press then was very obedient. I can make no excuses, but no one wanted to be the one to make Hitler the monster look good.
'All my colleagues are dead, Owens is dead. I thought this was the last chance to set the record straight. I have no idea where the photo is or even if it exists still.'

Owens, who died in 1980, was the son of sharecroppers and won four track and field gold medals - the 100m, the long jump, the 200m and the relay race - at Berlin.

He insisted that he had not been snubbed by Hitler but made no reference to meeting him and shaking hands. 'He was probably made to buy into the myth as much as we were,' added Mischner.
Owens later said he was treated better in Germany than in America where blacks faced segregation.

However Nothing Had Changed In 1968 For African Americans:
An Iconic photo that was to lead to tragedy.
The White Australian Who Won The Gold Medal Supported Their Cause and Was Never Permitted to Take Part In Sports Again. This led to Alcoholism and he died Young. The Two Black Men were Pallbearers at his Funeral. They Found it Difficult to Find Work. One of their Wives Committed Suicide.

The man who raised a black power salute at the 1968 Olympic Games
When John Carlos raised his fist in a black power salute at the 1968 Olympics, it changed 20th-century history – and his own life – for ever. How does he feel about it now?

You're probably not familiar with the name John Carlos. But you almost certainly know his image. It's 1968 at the Mexico City Olympics and the medals are being hung round the necks of Tommie Smith (USA, gold), Peter Norman (Australia, silver) and Carlos (USA, bronze). As the Star-Spangled Banner begins to play, Smith and Carlos, two black Americans wearing black gloves, raise their fists in the black power salute. It is a symbol of resistance and defiance, seared into 20th-century history, that Carlos feels he was put on Earth to perform.

"In life, there's the beginning and the end," he says. "The beginning don't matter. The end don't matter. All that matters is what you do in between – whether you're prepared to do what it takes to make change. There has to be physical and material sacrifice. When all the dust settles and we're getting ready to play down for the ninth inning, the greatest reward is to know that you did your job when you were here on the planet."

Carlos's beginning was, to say the least, eventful. Raised by two involved, working parents, he learned to hustle with his friends in Harlem and fight his way out of and into trouble. As a teenager, he used to chase Malcolm X down the street after his speeches and fire questions at him. Carlos always knew he was good at sports and originally wanted to be an Olympic swimmer, until his father broke it to him that the training facilities he needed were in private clubs for whites and the wealthy. He used to steal food from freight trains with his friends and then run with it into Harlem and hand it out to the poor. When the police gave chase, he was often the only one who never got caught. Running came so naturally, he never thought of it as a skill.

That single moment on the podium cost Carlos dear. More than four decades later, you'll find him at his desk in a spacious portable building behind the basketball courts at Palm Springs High School in California, where he works as a counsellor. Among the family photographs on the wall are the vaguest allusions to his moment in history. Pictures of Malcolm X and African-American writer Zora Neale Hurston, the pledge of allegiance, which American schoolkids must say to the flag every day, and a small poster saying Go For Gold Olympics.

For all its challenges, Carlos loves his job. "Being a counsellor, you have to talk to the children as though you're talking to a thousand people," he says. "Sometimes you say, 'I love you' and they say, 'I don't want your love' and you say, 'Well, it's out there, so you're going to have to deal with it.' And I learn a lot from them, too."

Bald, tall, with a grey goatee, Carlos has glided into old age with a distinguished air and convivial manner, and more than a passing resemblance to the late activist and intellectual WEB DuBois.
"The first thing I thought was the shackles have been broken," Carlos says, casting his mind back to how he felt in that moment. "And they won't ever be able to put shackles on John Carlos again. Because what had been done couldn't be taken back. Materially, some of us in the incarceration system are still literally in shackles. The greatest problem is we are afraid to offend our oppressors.

"I had a moral obligation to step up. Morality was a far greater force than the rules and regulations they had. God told the angels that day, 'Take a step back – I'm gonna have to do this myself.'"

The image certainly captures that sense of momentary rebellion. But what it cannot do is evoke the human sense of emotional turmoil and individual resolve that made it possible, or the collective, global gasp in response to its audacity. In his book, The John Carlos Story, in the seconds between mounting the podium and the anthem playing, Carlos writes that his mind raced from the personal to the political and back again. Among other things, he reflected on his father's pained explanation for why he couldn't become an Olympic swimmer, the segregation and consequent impoverishment of Harlem, the exhortations of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X to "be true to yourself even when it hurts", and his family. The final thought before the band started playing was, "Damn, when this thing is done, it can't be taken back.

"I know that sounds like a lot of thoughts for just a few moments standing on a podium," he writes. "But honestly this was all zigzagging through my brain like lightning bolts."
Anticipating some kind of protest was afoot, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) had sent Jesse Owens to talk them out of it. (Owens's four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin themselves held great symbolic significance, given Hitler's belief in Aryan supremacy.) Carlos's mind was made up. When he and Smith struck their pose, Carlos feared the worst. Look at the picture and you'll see that while Smith's arm is raised long and erect, Carlos has his slightly bent at the elbow. "I wanted to make sure, in case someone rushed us, I could throw down a hammer punch," he writes. "We had just received so many threats leading up to that point, I refused to be defenceless at that moment of truth."

It was also a moment of silence. "You could have heard a frog piss on cotton. There's something awful about hearing 50,000 people go silent, like being in the eye of a hurricane."
And then came the storm. First boos. Then insults and worse. People throwing things and screaming racist abuse. "Niggers need to go back to Africa!" and, "I can't believe this is how you niggers treat us after we let you run in our games."

"The fire was all around me," Carlos recalls. The IOC president ordered Smith and Carlos to be suspended from the US team and the Olympic village. Time magazine showed the Olympic logo with the words Angrier, Nastier, Uglier, instead of Faster, Higher, Stronger. The LA Times accused them of engaging in a "Nazi-like salute".

Beyond the establishment, the resonance of the image could not be overstated. It was 1968; the black power movement had provided a post-civil rights rallying cry and the anti-Vietnam protests were gaining pace. That year, students throughout Europe, east and west, had been in revolt against war, tyranny and capitalism.

Martin Luther King had been assassinated and the US had been plunged into yet another year of race riots in its urban centres. Just a few months earlier, the Democratic party convention had been disrupted by a huge police riot against Vietnam protesters. A few weeks before the Games, scores of students and activists had been gunned down by authorities in Mexico City itself.

The sight of two black athletes in open rebellion on the international stage sent a message to both America and the world. At home, this brazen disdain for the tropes of American patriotism – flag and anthem – shifted dissidence from the periphery of American life to prime time television in a single gesture, while revealing what DuBois once termed the "essential twoness" of the black American condition. "An American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts, two unreconciled strivings; two warring ideals in one dark body, whose dogged strength alone keeps it from being torn asunder."

Globally, it was understood as an act of solidarity with all those fighting for greater equality, justice and human rights. Margaret Lambert, a Jewish high jumper who was forced, for show, to try out for the 1936 German Olympic team, even though she knew she would never be allowed to compete, said how delighted it made her feel. "When I saw those two guys with their fists up on the victory stand, it made my heart jump. It was beautiful."

As Carlos explains in his book, their gesture was supposed, among other things, to say: "Hey, world, the United States is not like you might think it is for blacks and other people of colour. Just because we have USA on our chest does not mean everything is peachy keen and we are living large."

Carlos understood, before he raised his fist that day, that once done, his act could not be taken back. What he could not have anticipated, at the age of 23, was what it would mean for his future. "I had no idea the moment on the medal stand would be frozen for all time. I had no idea what we'd face. I didn't know or appreciate, at that precise moment, that the entire trajectory of our young lives had just irrevocably changed."

During the Jim Crow era, life for even the most famous black sportsmen past their prime was tough. After his celebrated Olympic victory, Owens ran a dry-cleaning business, was a gas pump attendant, raced horses for money and eventually went bankrupt. "People say it was degrading for an Olympic champion to run against a horse," he said. "But what was I supposed to do? I had four gold medals, but you can't eat four gold medals."

Joe Louis, a world champion boxer on whose shoulders rested national pride when he fought German Max Schmeling shortly before the second world war, greeted visitors at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and went on quiz shows. And these were sporting figures who tried to keep in with the establishment. Carlos was still in his prime, but that single act of defiance ensured his marginalisation.
Paradoxically, the next year was the best of his career. In 1969, he equalled the 100 yard world record, won the American Athletics Union 220-yard dash and led San Jose State to its first National Collegiate Athletic Association championship.

The trouble was, in the years before lucrative sponsorship deals, running didn't pay and few would employ him. In the years immediately following his protest, he worked security at a nightclub and as a janitor. At one point he had to chop up his furniture so he could heat his house. The pressure started to bear down on his family. "When there's a lack of money, it brings contempt into the family," he says. Moreover, his wife was facing constant harassment from the press and his children were being told at school that their father was a traitor. The marriage collapsed.

He tried American football for a few seasons, starting in Philadelphia, then moving north to Toronto and Montreal. He is keen to emphasise that the one thing that never happened, despite claims to the contrary, is that he had his medal confiscated. It's at his mother's house. And while he does not cherish it as you'd expect an Olympian might, he's adamant that this part of the story is set straight. "The medal didn't mean shit to me. It doesn't mean anything now… The medal had no relevance. The one way it had relevance was that I earned it. So they never took my medal away from me. I'd earned it. They can't take it."

As time passed and the backlash subsided, Carlos was gradually invited back into the fold. He became involved as an outreach coordinator in the organising committee for the group bringing the Olympics to Los Angeles in 1984 and worked for the US Olympic Committee.

Did he worry, as the picture for which he was famous started to adorn T-shirts and posters, that his readmission into the Olympic world meant his radicalism was being co-opted and sanitised? "The image is still there," he says proudly. "It keeps getting wider. If you look at the images of the last century, there's nothing much like it out there. And 'the man' wasn't the one that kept this thing afloat for 43 years. The man was the same man whupping my arse. And the Olympics are part of my history. I'm not going to run away from that."

Carlos remains politically engaged. Late last year he addressed Occupy Wall Street protesters in New York. "It's the same fight as it was 43 years ago. We fought unemployment; for housing, education. It's the same thing as people are fighting for today."
He defends Barack Obama, who he believes has not been given a fair shake. "Mr Obama didn't get us where we are. He's trying to get us out. Someone fabricates shit to get us into wars, then makes ordinary Americans pay for them. Now someone else is trying to make it right. If George W Bush can have two terms to put this country into this mess, we should give Obama two to get us out of it."

But, unlike during the 1960s, today Carlos sees little hope of resistance emerging through sport, which is awash with too much money and drugs. "There wasn't a whole bunch of money out there back then," he says, "so just a few people were ever going to be shakers and bakers. But today, if an athlete doesn't have a view of their history before them, then they have a view of just that big cheque in front of them. It's not the responsibility of the oppressor to educate us. We have to educate ourselves and our own. That's the difference between Muhammad Ali and Michael Jordan.

Muhammad Ali will never die. He used his skill to say something about the social ills of society. Of course, he was an excellent boxer, but he got up and spoke on the issues. And because he spoke on the issues, he will never die. There will be someone else at some time who can do what Jordan could do. And then his name will just be pushed down in the mud. But they'll still be talking about Ali."

Eight years earlier, during a different phase of anti-racist activism in the US, a 17-year-old student, Franklin McCain, had gained his place in the history books when he sat at a Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, with three friends and refused to move until they were served. Many years later, McCain was philosophical about how that experience had affected him. "On the day that I sat at that counter, I had the most tremendous feeling of elation and celebration," he told me. "Nothing has ever come close. Not the birth of my first son, nor my marriage. And it was a cruel hoax, because people go through their whole lives and they don't get that to happen to them. And here it was being visited upon me as a 17-year-old. It was wonderful, and it was sad also, because I know that I will never have that again. I'm just sorry it was when I was 17."

Carlos has no such regrets. He's just glad he could be where he was to do what he felt he had to do. "I don't have any misgivings about it being frozen in time. It's a beacon for a lot of people around the world. So many people find inspiration in that portrait. That's what I was born for."
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Have you ever asked yourself how much do you really know about WWII? How much do you know about Jewish influence after WWI? Where does 6 million number come from? Was that the number of Jews allegedly killed by Third Reich, or was that actually the number of jobs created by NS party that helped Germany out of the Great Depression? Did you know that number 6 million is mentioned more that 200 times in Jewish history before Third Reich even began?

How much do you know about Jewish Bolshevism and Leon Trotsky? How much do you know about warmongers Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin? How much do you know about rape of 1.5 million German women by Red Army? How much do you know about Red Terror?

Did you know that more than ten-times the lives were taken by Allies' bombing of Dresden than all the victims that died (of mosty natural causes) in all work camps combined?

Did you know that National Socialism was infact a direct response to Jewish Communism that was destroying lives of countless innocent Germans (debt slavery, promotion of pedophilia, drugs, alcohol . . . basically destroying everything that was once 'sacred'). It was never about hatred towards other races and conquest. On the contrary, Adolf Hitler said many times publicly that he wants for his people to achieve highest standard of life/values, and he wishes that other people would do the same. Hitler was LOVED by his people. In Time Magazine he was even nominated as a man of the year 1938.

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Even though Hitler have sent plenty of letters/requests to Churchill asking for peace, at the end they were all denied.

So it began . . . In history books they want to portray Germany as the ultimate agressor, but just look at the countries that allied with Germany: Japan, Italy, etc. Agressors? I don't think so.

Jewish mafia has been perverting and destroying European culture and values since the fall of Rome. It's time for us to take a stand against destruction of our own 'racist culture', 'racist traditions' and 'racist history'. And the best way to do that is 1) point out atrocities being done by Allies and Zionists in WW2. If they hate us so much, they should stick to their stolen Palestine. We don't want them here in Europe!

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Also, general George Smith Patton was assassinated (most likely by CIA) soon after the war ended (21. dec 1945). Guess what? He knew too much.

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Dr. Sheikh Abdullah Yusuf Azzam. Palestinian. Assassinated on 24 November 1989 in Peshawar,
Pakistan, Aged 48.
Time Magazine wrote about him that ' he was the reviver of Jihad in the 20th Century'. Abdullah
Yusuf Azzam was born in the village of Ass-ba'ah Al-Hartiyeh, province of Jineen in the occupied
sacred land of Palestine in 1941 CE. He was brought up in a humble house where he was taught
Islam, and was fed with the love of Allah, His Messenger (SAW), those striving in the Way of Allah,
the righteous people and the desire for the Hereafter. Abdullah Azzam was a distinguished kid who
started propagating Islam at an early age. His peers knew him as a pious child. He showed signs of
excellence at an early age. His teachers recognized this while he was still at elementary school.
Sheikh Abdullah Azzam was known for his perseverance and serious nature ever since he was a small
boy. He received his early elementary and secondary education in his village, and continued his
education at the agricultural KhadorriCollege where he obtained a Diploma. Although he was the
youngest of his colleagues, he was the cleverest and the smartest. After he graduated fromKhadorri
College, he worked as a teacher in a village called Adder in South Jordan. Later he joined Sharia
College in Damascus University where he obtained a B.A. Degree in Shariah (Islamic Law) in 1966.
After the Jews captured the West Bank in 1967, Sheikh Abdullah Azzam decided to migrate to
Jordan, because he could not live under the Jews' occupation of Palestine. The sin of the Israeli tanks
rolling into the West Bank without any resistance made him even more determined to migrate in order
to learn the skills necessary to fight.
In the late 1960's he joined the Jihad against the Israeli occupation of Palestine from Jordan. Soon
after that, he went to Egypt and graduated with a Masters Degree in Shariah from the University of
Al-Azhar. In 1970 and after Jihad came to a halt by forcing PLO forces out of Jordan, he assumed the
position of teaching in the Jordanian University in Amman. In 1971 he was awarded a scholarship to
Al-Azhar University in Cairo from which he obtained a Ph.D Degree in Principles of Islamic
Jurisprudence (Usool-ul-Fiqh) in 1973. During his stay in Egypt he came to know the family of
Shaheed Sayyed Qutb.
Sheikh Abdullah Azzam spent a long time participating in the Jihad in Palestine. However, matters
there were not to his liking, for the people involved in the Jihad were far removed from Islam. He told
of how these people used to spend the nights playing cards and listening to music, under the illusion
that they were performing Jihad to liberate Palestine. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam mentioned that, out of
the thousands in the camp he was in, the number of people who offered their Salah in congregation
were so few that they could be counted on one hand. He tried to steer them towards Islam, but they
resisted his attempts. One day he rhetorically asked one of the 'Mujahideen' what the religion behind
the Palestinian revolution was, to which the man replied, quite clearly and bluntly, "This revolution
has no religion behind it." This was the last straw. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam left Palestine, and went to
Saudi Arabia to teach in the universities there.
When Sheikh Azzam realised that only by means of an organised force would the Ummah ever be
able to gain victory, then Jihad and the Gun became his pre-occupation and recreation. "Jihad and the
rifle alone: no negotiations, no conferences and no dialogues," he would say. Bypractising what he
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Dr. Sheikh Abdullah Yusuf Azzam. Palestinian. Assassinated on 24 November 1989 in Peshawar,
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Time Magazine wrote about him that ' he was the reviver of Jihad in the 20th Century'. Abdullah
Yusuf Azzam was born in the village of Ass-ba'ah Al-Hartiyeh, province of Jineen in the occupied
sacred land of Palestine in 1941 CE. He was brought up in a humble house where he was taught
Islam, and was fed with the love of Allah, His Messenger (SAW), those striving in the Way of Allah,
the righteous people and the desire for the Hereafter. Abdullah Azzam was a distinguished kid who
started propagating Islam at an early age. His peers knew him as a pious child. He showed signs of
excellence at an early age. His teachers recognized this while he was still at elementary school.
Sheikh Abdullah Azzam was known for his perseverance and serious nature ever since he was a small
boy. He received his early elementary and secondary education in his village, and continued his
education at the agricultural KhadorriCollege where he obtained a Diploma. Although he was the
youngest of his colleagues, he was the cleverest and the smartest. After he graduated fromKhadorri
College, he worked as a teacher in a village called Adder in South Jordan. Later he joined Sharia
College in Damascus University where he obtained a B.A. Degree in Shariah (Islamic Law) in 1966.
After the Jews captured the West Bank in 1967, Sheikh Abdullah Azzam decided to migrate to
Jordan, because he could not live under the Jews' occupation of Palestine. The sin of the Israeli tanks
rolling into the West Bank without any resistance made him even more determined to migrate in order
to learn the skills necessary to fight.
In the late 1960's he joined the Jihad against the Israeli occupation of Palestine from Jordan. Soon
after that, he went to Egypt and graduated with a Masters Degree in Shariah from the University of
Al-Azhar. In 1970 and after Jihad came to a halt by forcing PLO forces out of Jordan, he assumed the
position of teaching in the Jordanian University in Amman. In 1971 he was awarded a scholarship to
Al-Azhar University in Cairo from which he obtained a Ph.D Degree in Principles of Islamic
Jurisprudence (Usool-ul-Fiqh) in 1973. During his stay in Egypt he came to know the family of
Shaheed Sayyed Qutb.
Sheikh Abdullah Azzam spent a long time participating in the Jihad in Palestine. However, matters
there were not to his liking, for the people involved in the Jihad were far removed from Islam. He told
of how these people used to spend the nights playing cards and listening to music, under the illusion
that they were performing Jihad to liberate Palestine. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam mentioned that, out of
the thousands in the camp he was in, the number of people who offered their Salah in congregation
were so few that they could be counted on one hand. He tried to steer them towards Islam, but they
resisted his attempts. One day he rhetorically asked one of the 'Mujahideen' what the religion behind
the Palestinian revolution was, to which the man replied, quite clearly and bluntly, "This revolution
has no religion behind it." This was the last straw. Sheikh Abdullah Azzam left Palestine, and went to
Saudi Arabia to teach in the universities there.
When Sheikh Azzam realised that only by means of an organised force would the Ummah ever be
able to gain victory, then Jihad and the Gun became his pre-occupation and recreation. "Jihad and the
rifle alone: no negotiations, no conferences and no dialogues," he would say. Bypractising what he
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Often beginners ask us: Why should I use WordPress? Isn’t my old site good enough? Why do I need to switch to WordPress? If you’re asking these questions, then you’re at the right place. In this article, we have compiled a few reasons why you should use WordPress, in what ways you can use WordPress, and who is using WordPress.
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People often make the mistake of classifying WordPress as just a blogging platform. Although that used to be true in the past, WordPress has evolved through out the years into a versatile content management system (CMS). While you can still use WordPress to create a simple blog, now it also allows you to create fully functional websites and mobile applications.
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Often #beginners ask us: Why should I use #WordPress? Isn’t my old site good enough? Why do I need to switch to WordPress? If you’re asking these questions, then you’re at the right place. In this article, we have compiled a few reasons why you should use WordPress, in what ways you can use WordPress, and who is using WordPress.

People often make the mistake of classifying WordPress as just a blogging platform. Although that used to be true in the past, WordPress has evolved through out the years into a versatile content management system (CMS). While you can still use WordPress to create a simple blog, now it also allows you to create fully functional websites and mobile applications.
The best part about WordPress is that it’s easy to use and flexible enough for just about anything. That’s the main reason why WordPress has grown so much in popularity. According to a recent survey, WordPress powers 22.5% of all websites on the internet.
Due to it’s robust features, many of the top brands use WordPress to power their websites including but not limited to: Time Magazine, Google, Facebook, Sony, Disney, LinkedIn, The New York Times, CNN, eBay, and more.
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You should be writing something, but instead you are just sitting there, waiting for it to entertain you. You could even be the Time Magazine Person of the Year. Don't you have any sense of responsibility? How can you live with yourself? Think about all the times you've laughed heartily at some passing rejoinder in the forums, guffawed mightily at a clever turn of phrase on your talkpage, or even politely smiled at some article during your favorite Uncyclopedia program: HumorSearch. Don't you think you owe it to this wiki to put in at least a semblence of effort to return that favor? You should cease and desist all extraneous and benign activity and write an article.
OK, that was incredibly rude, mate. Firstly, I think you should be the one writing the article, seeing as you are the one that bloody gives a damn. Secondly, by caring about what I do with every second of my precious time spent on Uncyclopedia and forming an essay on what I should be doing, you have wasted more of the common people's time than I could ever imagine. Thirdly, how can you live with yourself? You think yourself funny, don't you? Well I don't. You are an idiot and have problems. Bugger off. And also, I don't see why you think so highly of yourself. If you really are what you think you are, then just write this article. Why do you think that this is a waste of time? Why do you simply refuse to write? Why are you so egocentric, looking up yourself in this wiki. Why, you? Egocentric? Come off it. You probably don't even know the meaning of the word, and besides, everyone but you seems to agree I am definitely not egocentric. Unlike someone I know. Yeah, you. You think you're so cool, starting an article, asking people why they aren't writing, and you just put people off. They read your opening words and think, "I ain't writing on this wiki. Don't want to end up like him." You see? You are just an annoying twit.
Have you ever considered the feelings of others and not yourself? You should go and scribble on your notebook and use some of your famed powers to go and kill your writer's block. You, wasting your time, not contributing. You are an idiot. But you! You have done nothing to help. Instead, you act like you are dumb, searching random things on this wiki. And why? Just because you have nothing to do! Do something.
You want to know the reason that you haven't seen any of my contributions? You know why I don't write your stupid article for you? It's because you keep filling up the article with your useless writing, not leaving any space. You are the one that is wasting your time, because you are contributing! Anyway, you know as well as I do, your contributions are just like you - crap, annoying, and irrelevant. If you were lucky enough to see some of my article writing skills, you would realize how useless you are. But I'd rather dip my crumpets in vinegar than perform at your whim, thank you very much.
Admit it. You are describing yourself to me, offloading the burden that has been bugging you all this while. You think you can hide whatever you know you are by describing someone else, me, as... you! Incredible. I have never come across such an infernally ignorant and rude person as you. And yes, I have seen your mediocre writing skills. Such as that one time when your article barely registered eleven units on the Unicyclopedia Board of Humor and Tourism's Page Ranking. And yet, my pitiful and useless way of writing has brought me twice as many glorious victories on the field of Unicyclopedia.
Sure You can go on and on and on about how you haven't seen any of the contributions made by you but you are just so god damn in love with yourself that all you can do is talk about you. Sure, maybe youre right about you but is it really you who should be calling those shots? Seriously, you haven't thought about what you might be doing when all it is you can do is talk about crumpets, vinegar, and fucking barbra streisand. Yeah, you didn't think I knew about that did you? be serious now. You knew about all the barbra, barbados, barbosol and...well...that cool knick knack that was 2.45 at the gift shop...still, it's up for you to decide. Surely you realise that by asking why I haven't seen your contributions, you have contributed to the site. Therefore, I have seen your contributions. You really should have seen that one coming, Einstein.
Oh, now you think you're clever, do you, you smarmy tosser? I said you hadn't seen any of my contributions, but in doing so I contributed. Wow. Aren't you smart! Well... no. You aren't. In case you hadn't realized, the only reason I'm contributing to this conversation is to defend myself from pointless and untrue accusations from yourself. Surely you realise that? See, if someone sees that I have edited an article, they are much more likely to read it, than if they saw you had written it. I am actually trying to help you get yourself some respect on this website and its accompanying weekly newsprint! Maybe if you weren't so argumentative and just in it for you, you would realise my actions here are all for your benefit. But, anyway, you had your chance. I'm off now, leaving this pitiful discussion to die its inevitable death. Death? This conversation will not die! Your articles are the ones that really suck. Honestly, you think you are helping me? Well, I think you are doing more harm than good. I've noticed people see you have edited the page and realize it will probably be just be as bad everything else you write, so they don't read it. You hear me? So please, actually, I would rather you didn't write any articles, if you are planning on writing the kind of rubbish you've already written.
OK, now this is just getting harsh. You are saying that I'm "rubbish"? What have I told you about strong words? I hate to say this to you, but you should just go jump off the London Bridge, and leave the article writing to us professionals.
So now you're agreeing with me! You're going to write an article!
No, I said that you shouldn't. Stop shoving your retched words in my mouth. You think it's all about you, don't you? You think you're so much better than everybody else! Guess what mister, screw you! Nobody fucking likes you! Just beat it, freak! Go bother someone else! I've had it with that pesky attitude of yours.
Hey! You're the one who's picking on a regular user from up on your high horse, your cocky, administrative horse. And unlike you, I've done things that actually matter in life, and managed it without stomping on other people in lower positions than me!
Yeah, sure. Like you've ever won something in your entire life. What's that I hear? Person of the Year? Yeah, you won that alright, just like Hitler and Stalin. You idolize them, don't you. Fucking megalomaniac. You must be really confused right now. You looked up this page expecting to find an article funny enough to distract you from your boring, pathetic, worthless excuse for a life. Boy, were you wrong. Why don't you just go somewhere else. Hit the random page tab or something. That's probably how you got here anyway.
Listen pal. Maybe you think you like ice cream. Truth is, you are an ice-cream.
Oh good. Now you must be really confused. But that's what you came here for. You should go. You should, really. You should seriously consider getting married. You see that yew tree there? You do? Good. She's your wife. Kiss her. Go on. Good. You should now feel the screen pressing against your mouth. Doesn't taste very nice, does it? Well, that's tough. You should have known what would happen to you after kissing an image of a yew tree, you n00b.
Unfortunately, we don't care. Nobody cares about you. Not even if famine comes upon you, if you become flammable, even if you misspelled "sense" as "sannse". Nobody cares about you. We know who you are. Yes, we do, stupid IP! Ha ha, see? I told you we know all about you ever since you joined Uncyclopedia. Now what, you are crying in panic. All your base are belong to us, you stupid IP, and we are coming to get you if you dare vandalise a thing here. We knew you would come to this page (you're self-obsessed like that), so we sent you a personal message. Don't just read this wiki, contribute to it as well! You gotta help us!
Plus, you suck. I mean, what kind of a user name is a stupid plain IP? Who in the world would think of such a name! IP! Only you, with all the time in the world to think up such a name. You're juvenile. You should go to jail. FOREVER. Yes, you should really try counting how many times "you" has been written on this page. You can't do this, can you ?
As a matter of fact, I can, but you're the one who wants to know how many there are, so I'll leave that job to you. Hint: there are two more now.

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"IS TRUMP MAN ENOUGH"  (with thank you notes and dates for documentation, Told You So Long ) 

Thank you "Rolling Stones Magazine" for keeping and rotating this post back into line on your page for your readers. This post is appropriate now more than ever Told You So poor Marco Rubio will never be the same as no one will ever forget. He will have to just recreate himself over and over until he can fool enough people that he is what he then thinks he has become, with an entirely new audience that has not heard of him as he is a carrier politician that is going to keep his mouth in gear in American politics for a long time to come. 

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"IS TRUMP MAN ENOUGH" 

Thank you "Rolling Stones Magazine" for keeping so many of my posts in line on your page for your readers. 

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"IS TRUMP MAN ENOUGH" 

Thank you "Rolling Stones Magazine" for picking up this post in line on your page and two others for your readers as your selectivity and high vetting standards exceeds NBC, CBS, and FOX. 

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"IS TRUMP MAN ENOUGH" 

Thank you "People Magazine" for picking up this post as it shows that these posts are not just circling the major news agencies but are trickling through he entire print world all the way form Rolling Stones to National Enquirer to Mother Jones to Mad Magazine to Playboy to Penthouse. 

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"IS TRUMP MAN ENOUGH" 

Thank you "Time Magazine" for picking up this post in line on you page for your readers. 

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Thank you "Donald Trump" for picking up this thank you noted post in line on your page. Its time to fight or die or kill or be killed because that is what the Republican party does and same with the Democrats and same with the New York News Media elite's. Are you man enough? There is a "Time Magazine" cover to match the bad taste cover of the past (Are You Woman Enough) with some 6 year old boy on a chair trying to breast feed. "IS TRUMP MAN ENOUGH" I hope that pisses you off, now get out there and fight. 
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Thank you Brandan XYZ for the + on this post. The XYZ is to help protect my 15 supporters from hacks trolls and intolerant future or present employers that would fire anyone for agreeing with any of my posts. I hope Donald Trump can follow through on his attempts to "Fire" the P.C. mind police of stupid. We will see his first step is to set up, hire the most effective internet social media team ever assembled in the new age of technology. If Obama can set one up and Trump can not figure this one out like John McCain that still can not use a computer well lets say he is just not with it enough to turn over the powers that be to the next generation as our system is dead in the past. Its like trying to run a modern system with horse and buggy drivers that cant read. John McCain what a looser. Ross Perot what a quitter. What will Trump be a Winner or a Looser. In the words of "Vince" Lombardi "Show me a good looser and I will show you a looser". Just like Sean Hannity has better shows when he is mad or pissed off (that is what Jason says) I hope Trump figures it out this is not a game and these people are playing keepsies. I hope Trump gets pissed off and does something and if he does not he is more than a total looser he is a poser. So put your big boy pants on Donald and hire a social media team this planet has never seen before or get out and stay out. 

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Thank you New York Times for keeping 3 of these base posts in line on your page along with 2 of my Donald Trump posts but 3 of the same base post says you really like this one. I know just a regular guy leading the news cycle and making all the paid professional high brow East coast intellectuals look stupid again and again. Its not my fault they do not know what is going on. Sorry for nailing on day one again and again and wrecking your business cycle as all the know it alls scroll the internet looking for confirmation they are with in the lines of what someone else thinks.  You are welcome I know some one else needs to tell you what you can and can not think because you do not believe in anything anymore or have never done anything yourself so you do not really know how anything works. Thank you for your patience with all the typos, since I am not being paid  for this I just bang these posts out as fast as I can, I only care to make my points, get in and get out. 

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Thank you "New York Times" for picking up this post in line on your page. You ether got it or you don't and they don't have it or get it.  Donald Trump has it and  gets it and everyone knows it. NBC can keep at its national disservice of identity politics to bad news sales model but most of all bad propaganda, bad psychology, bad business, bad attitude, bad thinking, bad ideas,  to marketing its corporate owners agenda of bad money. Donald Trump may be rich but he knows a parasitic scab picker when he sees one. There are all kinds of rich people some are good and some are bad news. 
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FINE AND TAX ARE DIFFERENT BUT FEDERAL AND STATE ARE NOT: 

Lucky for me I am wearing my Mickey Mouse America Classic shirt today for this news today. The best part about the new US Supreme Court is their new power to write legislation and rewrite cases before the court to make them work with their interpretations of the intent of the law makers regardless what words are used in the original drafting of the laws. What do I know I have only spent 20 years of my life arguing the connection between semantics and the functional intent of engineered  designs or actual products with the US Patent Office to determine what constitutes a new idea and what is not. Four issued US Patents later, eleven world patents, contributing to starting an entire global industry, participating in legal challenges in multiple jurisdictions of law from US Constitutional Law, to Napoleanic Law, to Queensland Law, to China Law what ever that is called, to Euro-law what ever that is called to multiple US Federal Law suits with a combined cost for everyone involved anywhere from a million to more. It just boggles the mind to contemplate that the US Supreme Court is now doing legislative work as political pundits of irrationalism. One of the three dissenting Judges is concerned that the public has lost faith in the legal system and the credibility of the high court its self. Yes, correct,  that is what has happened.  Any honest lawyer or judge will tell you there is no such thing as a slam dunk case any more. Its all a 50/50 role of the dice as you never know what is going to be the outcome of any court case. People can not conduct business in this kind  of environment legitimately as there is no legitimacy left so business will go one but in the rule of the jungle style of what ever you can get away with wins the day. Compliance to laws becomes a game of rule playing and paper shuffling not production as the profit center has shifted to management and litigation away from making, doing, building. There is more money in the tear down than the build up hence the great American deconstruction of the last 35 years. The last equity suck is now the currency its self the last of the American bubbles to depression bankrupsy, revolution and war. They call it the 500 year central banking war model. Anyhow its basically a high stakes rich mans sport of spinning the roulette wheel,  the worst odds game in town, every time, where she who has the most expensive lawyer usually wins. (rarely do I give in the new P.C. formate, the interchange of genders as exampled by  "rich mans sport" to "she who has the most expensive lawyer" which would be the client not the lawyer but in real life  some of my best lawyers have been women and the worst too,  I would have to say its not a gender thing but a respect thing for the good women in business and in law) The idea that "Sates Rights verses Federal Rights" one of the most pivotal concepts and most important issues of this American crossroads in time, that is not being debated in America today, is a legal concept that the US Supreme Court does not think caries much weight and is not all that important and was most likely just a typo in the bill or something.  (That is cynicism for those that can not tell, the "typo" reference )

So this Sunday night on the Bill Cunningham Show it is going to be an action packed night. I can see them now putting the issues on the board, 1) PTT, TPP, STD, DUM, WTF Bill all in the secret makings of the NWO for 6 years or more. 2) The President uses inflammatory and offensive language in his shock and anger tactics to stir national tensions of manipulative identity politics to divide, distract and fundamentally change America as a pattern, every time something is in the pipe line to his legacy of dysfunctional Un-Constituionality. 3) US Supreme Court does not know the difference between States Rights and Federal Rights and responsibilities of payment and more. 4) The Confederacy flag is used as a symbolic cause of insane murderous  rampage against innocent people in church. You know Mrs. Clinton may be right, "At this point what difference does it make". 

I will just go on record that in my opinion and history will prove this out looking back on this pivotal time in American politics and law that the four most dangerous, destructive, and corrupted  men in America( or as Donald Trump refereed to "them" the Republican Party Leadership of Fools and the Democrat Party and the Washington bureaucracy as incompetents, idiots and losers) during this administration are 1)John McCain Mr Keating 5 member S and L bail out bad judgment himself that can not even build a fence in 20 years, 2)Mitch McConnell the Republican man of the year that took home a 2.9 billion dollar earmakr to help end the Obama Care cost prohibitive madness to a medical surveillance state,3)John Boehner cant make an argument, cant do anything, sell out on everything, and 4) US Supreme Court Idiot John Roberts that thinks he can write legislation by fixing and rewriting cases before the court by changing one word from "Tax to Fine" while they all sit in open court and laugh that they are not going to read the case before the court before they declare it Constitutional and force a nation to obey,  because they think they should. Now we have a 6 to 3 descion on it. We may have lost country for 30 years or the rest of my life time. This is no longer the America that I was raised to believe in as a Constitutional rule of law nation. This is how Europe has gone for hundreds of years one way then the other back and forth as the rich keep getting richer and more corrupt. The US Constitution was basically written out of the abuses of Europe and now look what we are doing. This intellectual dishonesty is nothing more than a hypocrisy and coruption of power and control by megalomaniacs, narcissists, and sadists of the millennium in a blind abdication of reason and judgement but mostly the fundamental principles of our founding documents as a nation. 

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Thank you New York Times for reposting this post back in line on your page for your readers as this post was down for the last 5 days or so on your site. It posted off the bat but did not stick. Sorry your journalists cant nail it out the gate this way but you ether got it or you don't. In this case they just don't have what it takes to have an opinion from day one as they need at least a week or two to read what everyone else is saying then put a P.C. compromised  fluff piece only to find the op-ed public is now the market driver and reality check on dumb and dumber, as they think there arrogant East Coast Elitism  can endlessly milk the news cycle rather than nail it from the start. This internet is changing everything they do not get to write it and have the herd follow they are now the cows at the feeding trough of the internet trying to fit in to the consensus of mind rather than the trend setters of stupid. 

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Elitism is the belief or attitude that some individuals who form an elite—a select group of people with a certain ancestry, intrinsic quality or worth, high intellect, wealth, specialized training or experience, or other distinctive attributes—are those whose influence or authority is greater than that of others; whose views on a matter are to be taken more seriously or carry more weight; whose views or actions are more likely to be constructive to society as a whole; or whose extraordinary skills, abilities, or wisdom render them especially fit to govern.[1]

Alternatively, the term elitism may be used to describe a situation in which power is concentrated in the hands of a limited number of people. Oppositions of elitism include anti-elitism, egalitarianism, populism and political theory of pluralism. Elite theory is the sociological or political science analysis of elite influence in society: elite theorists regard pluralism as a utopian ideal.

Elitism also refers to situations in which an individual assumes special privileges and responsibilities in the hope that this arrangement will benefit humanity or themselves. Elitism is closely related to social class and what sociologists call social stratification. Members of the upper classes are sometimes known as the social elite. The term elitism is also sometimes used to denote situations in which a group of people claiming to possess high abilities or simply an in-group or cadre grant themselves extra privileges at the expense of others. This form of elitism may be described as discrimination.

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Thank you "New York Times" for picking up this post in line on your page again today for your readers. 

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Thank you "Donald Trump" for picking up this post in line on your page one day one as the next week of talk shows and news agencies will prove this post out. Once again Joe Carpenter leads the news cycle by cutting to the core of the issue, problem. If I were the New York Times I would have one of their head hunters find this guy and hire him to do their jobs. Only Donald Trump can summarize the Iraq problem Middle East problem in 4 words "there is no Iraq" that is the problem. Less is more. It is amazing how nothing focusses the mind like putting  your own money into a deal. That is the problem we have people in charge and in our courts that are playing with other peoples money and other peoples lives. It just makes for a different set of goals and they are not what is good for the public or the country most of the time. 
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Thank you Brandan XYZ for the + on this post. The XYZ is to help protect my 15 supporters from hacks trolls and intolerant future or present employers that would fire anyone for agreeing with any of my posts. I hope Donald Trump can follow through on his attempts to "Fire" the P.C. mind police of stupid. We will see his first step is to set up, hire the most effective internet social media team ever assembled in the new age of technology. If Obama can set one up and Trump can not figure this one out like John McCain that still can not use a computer well lets say he is just not with it enough to turn over the powers that be to the next generation as our system is dead in the past. Its like trying to run a modern system with horse and buggy drivers that cant read. John McCain what a looser. Ross Perot what a quitter. What will Trump be a Winner or a Looser. In the words of "Vince" Lombardi "Show me a good looser and I will show you a looser". Just like Sean Hannity has better shows when he is mad or pissed off (that is what Jason says) I hope Trump figures it out this is not a game and these people are playing keepsies. I hope Trump gets pissed off and does something and if he does not he is more than a total looser he is a poser. So put your big boy pants on Donald and hire a social media team this planet has never seen before or get out and stay out. 

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Thank you New York Times for keeping 3 of these base posts in line on your page along with 2 of my Donald Trump posts but 3 of the same base post says you really like this one. I know just a regular guy leading the news cycle and making all the paid professional high brow East coast intellectuals look stupid again and again. Its not my fault they do not know what is going on. Sorry for nailing on day one again and again and wrecking your business cycle as all the know it alls scroll the internet looking for confirmation they are with in the lines of what someone else thinks.  You are welcome I know some one else needs to tell you what you can and can not think because you do not believe in anything anymore or have never done anything yourself so you do not really know how anything works. Thank you for your patience with all the typos, since I am not being paid  for this I just bang these posts out as fast as I can, I only care to make my points, get in and get out. 

Joe Carpenter
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Thank you "New York Times" for picking up this post in line on your page. You ether got it or you don't and they don't have it or get it.  Donald Trump has it and  gets it and everyone knows it. NBC can keep at its national disservice of identity politics to bad news sales model but most of all bad propaganda, bad psychology, bad business, bad attitude, bad thinking, bad ideas,  to marketing its corporate owners agenda of bad money. Donald Trump may be rich but he knows a parasitic scab picker when he sees one. There are all kinds of rich people some are good and some are bad news. 
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FINE AND TAX ARE DIFFERENT BUT FEDERAL AND STATE ARE NOT: 

Lucky for me I am wearing my Mickey Mouse America Classic shirt today for this news today. The best part about the new US Supreme Court is their new power to write legislation and rewrite cases before the court to make them work with their interpretations of the intent of the law makers regardless what words are used in the original drafting of the laws. What do I know I have only spent 20 years of my life arguing the connection between semantics and the functional intent of engineered  designs or actual products with the US Patent Office to determine what constitutes a new idea and what is not. Four issued US Patents later, eleven world patents, contributing to starting an entire global industry, participating in legal challenges in multiple jurisdictions of law from US Constitutional Law, to Napoleanic Law, to Queensland Law, to China Law what ever that is called, to Euro-law what ever that is called to multiple US Federal Law suits with a combined cost for everyone involved anywhere from a million to more. It just boggles the mind to contemplate that the US Supreme Court is now doing legislative work as political pundits of irrationalism. One of the three dissenting Judges is concerned that the public has lost faith in the legal system and the credibility of the high court its self. Yes, correct,  that is what has happened.  Any honest lawyer or judge will tell you there is no such thing as a slam dunk case any more. Its all a 50/50 role of the dice as you never know what is going to be the outcome of any court case. People can not conduct business in this kind  of environment legitimately as there is no legitimacy left so business will go one but in the rule of the jungle style of what ever you can get away with wins the day. Compliance to laws becomes a game of rule playing and paper shuffling not production as the profit center has shifted to management and litigation away from making, doing, building. There is more money in the tear down than the build up hence the great American deconstruction of the last 35 years. The last equity suck is now the currency its self the last of the American bubbles to depression bankrupsy, revolution and war. They call it the 500 year central banking war model. Anyhow its basically a high stakes rich mans sport of spinning the roulette wheel,  the worst odds game in town, every time, where she who has the most expensive lawyer usually wins. (rarely do I give in the new P.C. formate, the interchange of genders as exampled by  "rich mans sport" to "she who has the most expensive lawyer" which would be the client not the lawyer but in real life  some of my best lawyers have been women and the worst too,  I would have to say its not a gender thing but a respect thing for the good women in business and in law) The idea that "Sates Rights verses Federal Rights" one of the most pivotal concepts and most important issues of this American crossroads in time, that is not being debated in America today, is a legal concept that the US Supreme Court does not think caries much weight and is not all that important and was most likely just a typo in the bill or something.  (That is cynicism for those that can not tell, the "typo" reference )

So this Sunday night on the Bill Cunningham Show it is going to be an action packed night. I can see them now putting the issues on the board, 1) PTT, TPP, STD, DUM, WTF Bill all in the secret makings of the NWO for 6 years or more. 2) The President uses inflammatory and offensive language in his shock and anger tactics to stir national tensions of manipulative identity politics to divide, distract and fundamentally change America as a pattern, every time something is in the pipe line to his legacy of dysfunctional Un-Constituionality. 3) US Supreme Court does not know the difference between States Rights and Federal Rights and responsibilities of payment and more. 4) The Confederacy flag is used as a symbolic cause of insane murderous  rampage against innocent people in church. You know Mrs. Clinton may be right, "At this point what difference does it make". 

I will just go on record that in my opinion and history will prove this out looking back on this pivotal time in American politics and law that the four most dangerous, destructive, and corrupted  men in America( or as Donald Trump refereed to "them" the Republican Party Leadership of Fools and the Democrat Party and the Washington bureaucracy as incompetents, idiots and losers) during this administration are 1)John McCain Mr Keating 5 member S and L bail out bad judgment himself that can not even build a fence in 20 years, 2)Mitch McConnell the Republican man of the year that took home a 2.9 billion dollar earmakr to help end the Obama Care cost prohibitive madness to a medical surveillance state,3)John Boehner cant make an argument, cant do anything, sell out on everything, and 4) US Supreme Court Idiot John Roberts that thinks he can write legislation by fixing and rewriting cases before the court by changing one word from "Tax to Fine" while they all sit in open court and laugh that they are not going to read the case before the court before they declare it Constitutional and force a nation to obey,  because they think they should. Now we have a 6 to 3 descion on it. We may have lost country for 30 years or the rest of my life time. This is no longer the America that I was raised to believe in as a Constitutional rule of law nation. This is how Europe has gone for hundreds of years one way then the other back and forth as the rich keep getting richer and more corrupt. The US Constitution was basically written out of the abuses of Europe and now look what we are doing. This intellectual dishonesty is nothing more than a hypocrisy and coruption of power and control by megalomaniacs, narcissists, and sadists of the millennium in a blind abdication of reason and judgement but mostly the fundamental principles of our founding documents as a nation. 

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Thank you New York Times for reposting this post back in line on your page for your readers as this post was down for the last 5 days or so on your site. It posted off the bat but did not stick. Sorry your journalists cant nail it out the gate this way but you ether got it or you don't. In this case they just don't have what it takes to have an opinion from day one as they need at least a week or two to read what everyone else is saying then put a P.C. compromised  fluff piece only to find the op-ed public is now the market driver and reality check on dumb and dumber, as they think there arrogant East Coast Elitism  can endlessly milk the news cycle rather than nail it from the start. This internet is changing everything they do not get to write it and have the herd follow they are now the cows at the feeding trough of the internet trying to fit in to the consensus of mind rather than the trend setters of stupid. 

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Elitism is the belief or attitude that some individuals who form an elite—a select group of people with a certain ancestry, intrinsic quality or worth, high intellect, wealth, specialized training or experience, or other distinctive attributes—are those whose influence or authority is greater than that of others; whose views on a matter are to be taken more seriously or carry more weight; whose views or actions are more likely to be constructive to society as a whole; or whose extraordinary skills, abilities, or wisdom render them especially fit to govern.[1]

Alternatively, the term elitism may be used to describe a situation in which power is concentrated in the hands of a limited number of people. Oppositions of elitism include anti-elitism, egalitarianism, populism and political theory of pluralism. Elite theory is the sociological or political science analysis of elite influence in society: elite theorists regard pluralism as a utopian ideal.

Elitism also refers to situations in which an individual assumes special privileges and responsibilities in the hope that this arrangement will benefit humanity or themselves. Elitism is closely related to social class and what sociologists call social stratification. Members of the upper classes are sometimes known as the social elite. The term elitism is also sometimes used to denote situations in which a group of people claiming to possess high abilities or simply an in-group or cadre grant themselves extra privileges at the expense of others. This form of elitism may be described as discrimination.

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Thank you "New York Times" for picking up this post in line on your page again today for your readers. 

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Thank you "Donald Trump" for picking up this post in line on your page one day one as the next week of talk shows and news agencies will prove this post out. Once again Joe Carpenter leads the news cycle by cutting to the core of the issue, problem. If I were the New York Times I would have one of their head hunters find this guy and hire him to do their jobs. Only Donald Trump can summarize the Iraq problem Middle East problem in 4 words "there is no Iraq" that is the problem. Less is more. It is amazing how nothing focusses the mind like putting  your own money into a deal. That is the problem we have people in charge and in our courts that are playing with other peoples money and other peoples lives. It just makes for a different set of goals and they are not what is good for the public or the country most of the time. 
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