31 October 2011

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange

set up Crystal Cathedral Ministries for failure Pedo idol worshippers object to real estate sale. Bwah hah haaaaaaah.

oo suicide

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bomb dc

http://www.reddit.com/r/trees/comments/lu3ei/want_to_know_why_the_white_house_petition_got_the/ The petition was turfed to the White House Drug Czar, Mr. Gil Kerlikowske. I wrote a reply to his office and in the midst of trying to figure out where I needed to send it, I came across this little nugget: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_of_National_Drug_Control_Policy#Anti-legalization_Policy Anti-legalization Policy By law, the drug czar must oppose any attempt to legalize the use (in any form) of illicit drugs.[12] According to the "Office of National Drug Control Policy Reauthorization Act of 1998" This man is BOUND BY LAW TO OPPOSE ANY EFFORTS TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA!!! That's right, our president just took a petition signed by 74,169 people to address the possibility of even merely discussing the legalization of the use of marijuana and handed it over to a man who would be breaking the law by discussing doing anything other than advocating for it's continued criminalization. Burn the swamp.

snake handling and evolution, jury nullification

Hensley himself, the founder of modern snake handling in the Appalachian Mountains, died from fatal snakebite in 1955.[3] In 1998, snake-handling evangelist John Wayne "Punkin" Brown died after being bitten by a timber rattler at the Rock House Holiness Church in rural northeastern Alabama The states of Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee have passed laws against the use of venomous snakes and/or other reptiles in a place that endangers the lives of others, or without a permit But: The practice is legal in the state of West Virginia. West VA, smokey mountains, idiot christians, take me home... Snake handling was made a felony punishable by death under Georgia law in 1941, following the death of a seven-year-old girl from a rattlesnake bite. However, the punishment was so severe that juries would refuse to convict, and the law was repealed in 1968

When people would try to talk with him about Zen, he would only laugh hysterically.

Feuerstein (1991: p. 69) lists Han-shan (fl. 9th century) the Taoist and Zen poet, herbalist and mountain recluse (who as a pointed aside, was held in such regard by the Dharma inspired poetic beatniks of the Beat Generation) as one of the crazy-wise: "Han-shan, the legendary Chinese adept with a Cheshire-cat grin, lived alone in the most desolate mountain areas gathering roots and herbs. When people would try to talk with him about Zen, he would only laugh hysterically."[7]

30 October 2011

Wm Penn is Haile Selassie

Adult baptism was a crime in the l6th century. Therefore, the Amish come from an impressive list of martyrs. They were put in sacks and thrown into rivers in Europe. There are no Amish left in Europe; The Amish were saved from extinction by William Penn who granted a haven from religious persecution in America.

29 October 2011


No electrical generators except for welding. No lightning rods.


Electricity is seen as a connection with the outside world and violates the Amish principle of separation from society. Electricity also promotes the use of household items, such as the television, that allow the outside, "English," values of sloth, luxury, and vanity to infiltrate the household. Clearly they need to get some photovoltaics and batteries and run some lights. Automobiles are not often used because they degrade the Gelassenheit principle of a small, close-knit community. The Amish fear, with good reason, that these modern transportation technologies will cause them to spread apart, much like most modern American families. Also, the Amish fear that the automobile will promote competition among themselves. They worry that the car will become a status symbol and promote vanity, which is in direct violation of the Gelassenheit value of modesty. The telephone is banned from the household because, much like the automobile, it promotes a separation of community. Instead of taking a carriage or walking to a friend's house, the Amish feel that they would be tempted to simply stay home and speak on the phone. In order to uphold Gelassenheit, many modern technologies have been banned from regular use. ... Just as children in mainstream society learn that breaking the law of a particular state is wrong, Amish children learn that breaking the law of the Ordnung is wrong. The Ordnung is not considered the law of God; instead, it is interpreted as a set of guidelines for living a Godly and pious life. ..... The Amish Church concluded that electricity could be used in very specific situations, but it had to be produced without access to outside power lines and the current [SIC] was limited to twelve volts or less. Batteries were acceptable as long as they provided a twelve-volt current [SIC]. Electric generators could only be used for welding, recharging batteries, and powering milk stirs. ... The reasoning behind the twelve volt system is that it limits what an individual can do with the electricity and acts as a preventative measure against potential abuses. Most worldly modern appliances, such as televisions, light bulbs, and hair dryers use 110 volt electricity, which will not operate under twelve volt current. Therefore, the Amish are "safe" from most modern amenities. The Amish lifestyle and tradition has changed very little as a result of the electricity allowances. (FAIL) ... According to my late father, Amish leaders decided, when electricity became commonplace before the middle of the 20th Century, that linking with electrical wire truly would constitute a counter-to-the-Bible, seamless connection, to be "yoked" with the "world" and "non-believers." They were convinced that this would violate the Bible's instruction not to be "conformed to the world." That decision, has of course, protected the Amish community from outside influences such as those brought into non-Amish homes via television, the internet, microwave ovens, etc. as well as from many other modern appliances and devices that Electrical appliances are conspicuously absent in all Old Order Amish homes. There are, of course, many appliances that the "world" operates via electricity that can be, and are, converted to run efficiently on natural gas by some Amish church groups. So far as the Amish are concerned, the word here is "natural" in that it is not man-made. However, most Old Order Amish families with whom the writer is acquainted still use coal or wood burning heating and cooking stoves and an "icebox" instead of a refrigerator. The Old Order Amish have become highly skilled at using natural methods of producing ice during winter and then storing it in straw and specially built sheds to make home made ice cream, a real favorite among the Amish, and for use in iceboxes during the long hot summers. Winter ice cutting "frolics" are a major social event among the Old Order Amish. I personally visited an Amish "ice shed" this past September which contained much more stored ice than would be needed to last until the coming winter freezes! In addition, most Amish families have windmills on their farms to generate wind power to pump water, run blacksmith tools, furniture making tools, etc. Many also creatively dam up creeks to generate water power for use in operating specific machinery. Again, wind and water power are acceptable to the Old Order because they are a natural, Godly source of power and not connected to man made power lines which generate "worldly" electricity. And, whether it is generating power or for whatever purpose, the Amish will always work with God's natural way, with nature, never against it! To them, generating power in this natural manner is "different" from the way the "world" generates its power and is thus not "conforming" to the ways of the "world!

military integration

When Napoleon Bonaparte became emperor of France in 1799, the Amish, who still lived in Alsace, were granted equal rights with Catholics. In return for equality under the law, Napoleon insisted that the Amish serve in his army CF with negroes, women, homosexuals.... http://www.shawcreekgeneralstore.com/amish_article1.htm

28 October 2011

Quitting Empire

Former S.C. Treasurer Thomas Ravenel has renounced his American citizenship and is leaving the United States to live in a country where he “can be free.” The 49-year-old real estate developer made the announcement Friday morning after his lawyer informed him that he would never be able to own a firearm as a result of his 2007 conviction on federal drug charges. “Because I’m a convicted felon, I can never possess a firearm,” Ravenel wrote on his Facebook page. “Even if I’m in a home where there’s a gun or even just a single bullet the govt. would construe that as constructive possession according to legal counsel which would guarantee me 15 years in federal prison without parole. After carefully weighing my options and not wanting to put my freedom in jeopardy every time I visit my family or friends I’ve decided to renounce my American citizenship and live where I can be free.” Ravenel said that he would “keep a house (in America) and maintain investments,” but that he would do so as a non-citizen. Ravenel – a longtime friend and former client of our founding editor, Will Folks – resigned as State Treasurer in July 2007 after being indicted on federal drug charges. In September of that year, he pleaded guilty to ”conspiring to buy and distribute less than 100 grams of cocaine” and served ten months in a federal prison. Since he completed his sentence, Ravenel has been an outspoken critic of America’s failed “War on Drugs.” He’s also published guest columns here on FITS related to other issues – including the need to cut military spending. In subsequent Facebook postings, Ravenel elaborated on his decision – and preemptively addressed his critics. “After what I’ve done for this country, paying millions in taxes and creating thousands of jobs I don’t feel I owe it anything especially after it destroyed my reputation, confiscated my wealth and took my freedom,” Ravenel wrote. “No, let someone else fix these problems. In fact, don’t even fix them. Americans like locking everybody up. Have at it America.” It’s hard to argue with those sentiments. After all, Ravenel’s “crime” of recreational drug use is something that we believe all Americans should have the right to do – provided of course that in exercising that right they do not infringe on the rights of others. The federal government feels differently, though. In fact, America has spent more than $1 trillion fighting its failed “War on Drugs,” which in addition to doing nothing to stem drug use has also fueled the rise of the American police state. “This country does not respect individual liberty,” Ravenel added. “The early settlers to this country who sought freedom chose not to fight for it in the countries they left but seek it in a new land. That’s the course I’m taking. I’m voting with my feet as it were.” http://www.fitsnews.com/2011/10/28/thomas-ravenel-renounces-his-citizenship/

23 October 2011

Occupy Irvine

Visited Occupy Irvine (Alton & Harvard, at the "Civic Center") this morning. Took the beagle-headed jack terrier mutt thing. Giving newly adopted cat a break. Talked to a guy with an End the Fed sign. But he was a socialist. But we talked about fonts on signs, police, how the homeless were what the irvine police were worried about, Ron Paul, Kuchenic (ick), etc. It was amusing and the dog got to see another area.

21 October 2011

Quadafi Bloomberg

Asked about Occupy Wall Street on WOR Radio on Friday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the protesters' leaderless structure has made it difficult to negotiate with them. "It's a little bit complicated by there's nobody to work it out with," Bloomberg said. "You know, there just is not any one group, one ideology, one objective, one person to negotiate with." http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_WALL_STREET_PROTESTS_COMMUNITY?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2011-10-21-16-38-34 Whereas one can and should try and hang Bloomberg for unAmerican behavior under color of authority.

20 October 2011

Bomb DC

So NATO can bomb a dictator who does violence to his people. So, when do they start bombing DC? "Save us, Sarkozy!"

19 October 2011

Nuke DC, occupy iraq

DC does not enforce federal rights to own arms in calif. DC does not protect the borders or seek out the uninsured/unlicensed. But DC will shut down medical cannibis shops! ........ "Occupy This" is amusing. How about "Occupy Iraq" or "Occupy Afghanistan"??? Oh, been there, done that.

16 October 2011


“Is it wrong to respond to the killings of the civilians that you do with your drones, that shoot from the air and do not even have pilots?” asked Hajji Ahmad Farid, a mullah and a conservative member of Parliament from an insurgent-dominated area of Kapisa Province, near Kabul. “Think about why a man blows himself up: Some foreign soldiers go to his house and accuse him and tie his hands and dishonor him and search his wife and his daughters, and this poor man is just watching and can do nothing. “When a man has lost his dignity, he does not care about his shawl or his turban.”

As seen on TV !!!!!

The turban, like the traditional blanket or shawl worn by men and the chador worn by women, is practical as well as religious and cultural, he said. “You are covered to keep off the dust — and now the pollution,” he said. “If you are cold, you can wrap it around you for warmth, you can sit on it, you can use it to tie an animal, a sheep or a goat, and you can use the turban’s cap to carry water.” Can't you just see Billy Mays selling these things?

God is a software manager

As an example, he talked about butchers: “Even if their clothes are dirty with blood, they can pray and God will accept their prayers, but it’s kind of disrespectful. God likes beauty and organization, but he will accept your prayers,” Mr. Nafee said.

enlightened imams

Many clerics take a more contemplative view. Faith transcends costume, and a man can pray in any outfit as long as the prayer comes from the heart, but it is an honor to God to dress properly, said Abdul Raouf Nafee, the mullah at the Herati mosque in central Kabul. Personally clothes are a distraction. Also, my weight varies, and american clothes don't accomodate that. Indian Saris do, but they're completely culturally inappropriate for me.

the decline of society

“My father, my grandfather, my great-grandfather, my prophet wore a turban, and that’s why I wear it,” said an older man, looking irritable at the question, adding: “Who brought these turban bombers and turban searchers? You did,” he said angrily, referring to Westerners, which many Afghans feel are agents of the decline of the society.

Viet nam

So... How do you say "vietnam" in Ugandan?

Pentagon looking for work

Pentagon looking for work -Uganda KAMPALA, Oct 16 – Uganda and its neighbours hailed Saturday a US offer to send combat troops to help battle a brutal regional rebel force whose leaders are international war-crimes fugitives.

Afghan TSA

On the back streets of Kabul’s central bazaar, where the turbans are sold neatly folded, thin as a pamphlet and wrapped in torn pages from old glossy magazines, many turban wearers are so angry about the situation that they blame the Americans. Before their arrival, intrusive searches were unknown.

14 October 2011


The ENTIRE reason we invented :-) hiv was to accelerate the african population problem.

13 October 2011

>>Sometimes, levels vary drastically within a few feet. Residents who doubt the
accuracy of the government's monitoring are performing their own tests. Even if
the little hot spots pose no health risk, the search for them reflects a
nationwide concern.



An untracked hot spot after a reactor failure is not a "no health risk"
situation, potentially.

Are your fluid dynamics so good that a lens of gas could not propogate and
settle on otherwise "distant" or "unaffected" surfaces?

What makes you think so? Just curious, and open to evidence
of course.


Personally I figure plague will reduce energy consumption, as
war, famine, and birth control haven't really cut it.


Folks in Hiroshima vs. Folks in Tenn. Who is more macho?
Depending on size:
eat hump bark



Lick snot. Lick your butt.

God DAMN I need a cat or two.

10 October 2011


Demos 68

Burning man

Shay's Rebellion

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Monday that he’ll allow the Wall Street protesters to stay indefinitely, provided they abide by the law, marking his strongest statement to date on the city’s willingness to let demonstrators occupy a park in Lower Manhattan.

so this bastard tries to exert control by "allowing"
citizens to assemble.

hang him high.
Selfish pigs. Do you think the Iraqis, Afghanis, Yemmenis, Somalis, Kosovars, Libyans whine about jobs?


09 October 2011

“It’s not our intention to punish anyone, but our obligation is to enforce what the constitution requires,”

Not surprisingly, the author of this abomination
is a pissant little west texas judge