Log in

The Order of the Pretzel

Recent Entries

You are viewing the most recent 22 entries.

5th March 2008

Americans are asking for Political Asylum...Why don't we hear about it?     

There is no country in the world that understands propaganda more than the United States. Billions are spent at the Pentagon on what you hear and repeat. The mainstream news is a psychotronic parade as the democrats bumble and the reporters comment as though they are on the Bush administration payroll. 

The truth is not reported. The public responds as a story of importance makes breaking news only to see it squashed in the next 72 hours. Americans are asking for political asylum and you are not hearing about it. 

The government is torturing American citizens who are Whistleblowers-  myspace Darren Gelbard, youtube Monarch Katherine Moore, and DIA Topoff to see electronic warfare torturing a U.S. citizen in 2007. Or, for those of you who think these victims are conspiracy theorists, there are the ADS military tests on youtube, 60 Minutes, and CNN. People being hit out of thin air by a ray beam. For real!

Weapons that can harm or kill you from a distance, without leaving marks if the operator so desires, are being used on people in their homes. There are interviews with U.S. citizens who are victims and with a Baghdad surgeon in which he states there are bodies in Iraq he and his team of ten Doctors have seen that are being killed by..."No bullets, no shots..arms cut straight off...we don't know what kind of weapon it is." A Baghdad Orchestra player also stated he saw bodies where..."Only the face was burned, no eyes..and the teeth. The rest of the body was untouched.

The Washington Post released an article called Mind Games in which the victims of psychotronics and V2K described what it was like to have someone mentally and physically torture you using communications and electronic warfare from a distance. And Russia is trying to ban Space weapons after Congress changed the bill that would have banned psychotronics years ago. This is the most dangerous game. Weapons that no individual can defend themselves against. Weapons that manipulate people and that torture and can kill you in your home with no warning from a distance.
Current Location: United States

27th August 2006

portia12:34pm: Chimp-O-Matic

Refresh him for continuous fun. I have him on my Google home page.
Current Mood: amused

7th September 2005

poorwhiteboy4:53pm: Wanna See him gone?

Take the image from this site and plaster it on every telephone/light pole in your city. We did it last weekend, most of them were gone in a few days, but we are going to put up 1000 this weekend instead of 600.

Have them wake up the next day to see how many people don't want him around!

15th February 2005

thespis_mellie2:11pm: Funny anti-Bush game.
It includes lots of stuff we probably already know and is a bit 'woohoo Kerry'. It's fun though, and if you die it lets you continue from where you left off, so it's low-stress. Oh, and definitely check out each characters' 'special moves' -- they're hilarious.

It doesn't take ages to play; it took me less than an hour (and I had to 'continue' twice because all my characters died).

Current Mood: amused

4th February 2005

thespis_mellie11:30pm: Yeah, I know the community is dying...
Thanks to the folks who keep posting. Between work, school, etc. I've been psycho busy, so I'm sorry it's been quiet here.


That said, here's some excellent news!

New York legalises same-sex marriageCollapse )

From Newsday
Current Mood: happy

27th December 2004

blackrat9:27pm: Bushism - from Dec. 15, 2004
"...And we will continue to make it clear to both Syria and Iran that -- as will other nations in our coalition, including our friend, the Italians, that meddling in the internal affairs of Iraq is not in their interest."
-- Leave the meddling to us... White House, Dec. 15, 2004
idreamofshoebox2:07pm: This is brilliant!! Im Ros, and Im British, but very against the American Bush Administration. My obsessions--Harry Potter, cryptology, hacking, and anime/manga. I am honoured to be a part of such a hysterical community with such a noble cause.


16th November 2004

mad_jester2:39pm: Good day, eh?

Just joined today. Thought I'd say hi. Yeah, I'm Canadian, but Dubya's idiocy has a pretty massive impact on our lives up here too, and my own loathing for Cowboy George knows no limits.

So yeah. Here's me.

10th September 2004

nomadfox9:29pm: nicked from the B3ta collective
Current Mood: apathetic

9th September 2004

nomadfox7:01pm: Nicked from tart_kitten
Florida is ready for 2004!
Current Mood: amused

29th August 2004

hoshi_kyre3:37pm: Monday night, as a silent protest of current policies/administration, people in NY City are being asked to quietly light up the sky. The rest of us are asked to join. Turn on your lights -- house lights facing the street should be on all night. An easy task and one that could be powerful, So, for what it's worth, my lights will be on.

Check out the website: www.lightupthesky.org

1st August 2004

fille_allemande4:50am: Fool me once...
I just wrote this in my journal. It's my little rant for today with comedic bits. ^__^ A must read for any fellow anti-Bush person. http://www.livejournal.com/users/fille_allemande/2606.html
Current Mood: awake

17th July 2004

bekkypk12:11pm: 4 things I have learnt from the New scientist magazine this week ;

1.The US has halved the money they were to send to the Global fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.

2.The bush administration is distorting scientific data, preventing opposing scientists from holding key positions, and telling panels to ignore certain pieces of evidence that they don't like.

3.US delegates at the AIDS conferance was cut down from 236 to just 50 as a "cost saving measure"

4.The plans to ban BSE-infected meat from being fed to cattle in the US have been postphoned, possibly until after the elections.

Now, I look at things with an open mind, and obviously it's possible that New scientist is a bit bias because of the opinions of the people who read it (i.e. me)
So i was just wondering what people thought about these? At this point i think i should mention that all these articles were on pages 3-5 of the current New scientist (#2456, 17th july 2004)
I should also point out that being as how i'm from the uk and not the us, i don't know how your government works, so forgive me if i'm placing blame on him for things that they wouldn't trust him with ;)
Current Mood: curious

19th June 2004

bekkypk6:48pm: http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/328/7454/1458

Wonder if they've thought to screen the infiltrator of the plan...

11th June 2004

dyrecorn3:13pm: LOL

24th May 2004

espressobean1:21am: I have an interview on Wednesday at the activism group for the Democratic National Committee. Not because I wholeheartedly support that ideals of the Democratic party, or Kerry as an acceptable choice for president, but because the theme this summer is "Defeat Bush."

If G. W. Bush gets reinstated, there will be two bills passed for a draft in June of 2005 for all people between the ages of 18-26, regardless of college involvement (underclassmen will go after the end of their semester, and seniors at the end of their senior year.) Opposition to the draft is likely to be more vicious than that of Vietnam.

States like Utah, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and California are much more Bush-supportive than Kerry-supportive, not to mention almost every other state in the union. Looking at Washington, DC, though, the percentage of voters that support Bush is thirteen. Bizarre, huh?

I'm not glorifying John Kerry by any means. I don't necessarily consider him suitable for a presidential role. However, it doesn't take much to be suitable for a replacement for G. W. Bush, and if Kerry is in office, at least the future of America won't die in war.

There is a difference between being unpatriotic and supporting something nonsensical.

14th April 2004

slockwoo12:52pm: a PROJECT for the March for Women's Lives
This is a crafty project so if your crafty feel free to help, if not perhaps you can help by spreading the word to someone who is-----

March for Women's Lives ~~ DC ~~ 4/25/04

For the march, I will be knitting millions of purple and gold (lemon yellow) wrist bands. These are the colors of the march and also the colors that were on the flags in the 'Iron Jawed Angels' HBO original movie on Alice Paul. I have people all over the country joining me for this project, some crocheting and some weaving.

How cool will it be to see a crowd of women and men raising their fists clad with a purple and gold feminist wrist bands? -YEAH!!

If you want to join me in my efforts, you can follow the pattern in the Stitch 'n Bitch book, just change the colors. or you can email me (airingoutthevulva at hotmail dot com). I can certainly use crafting help to make a million.

To get the bands to the march, you can either bring them with you, send them with a friend or email me about shipping.

I'm using CHEAP yarn for this project.

It is a great way to contribute to the cause if you cannot attend the March.

For more info on the March go to www.marchforwomen.org

Current Mood: optimistic

30th March 2004

dyrecorn6:43pm: Interesting Flash Vid
I came across today...

Current Mood: scared
Powered by LiveJournal.com