Thursday, June 22, 2006

Dwayne Wade and Angeline Jolie are wikkid, and Jim Tucker's been following the Bilderbergers for 30 years: he has seen your past... and your future...

Props due to young Mr. Wade for leading the Miami Heat to their first NBA Championship in their 18 year franchise history, and getting Shaq and Alonzo their much coveted fourth and first rings respectively:

Bravo gents! :-)

I only saw Game 6 in it's entirety while catching snippets and highlights of the others, and I've gotta say - it seemed practically in the bag.

To wit: young Mr. Wade was by far the best player on the floor, a young man among boys, and it seemed to me he could get his numbers whenever the heck he wanted to. I was amazed at how effortlessly he creates enough space to do whatever he wanted, and basically saves energy for driving by shooting comfortable mid-range jumpers at will. He's kind of like Paul Pierce with way-way-more speed (hence the Shaqname: "Flash") and way-way-more hops.

I met him once a few months ago at an event where Shaq and a few other Heaters were making an appearance, and found myself absolutely star-struck by his presence: he was cool, calm, collected, nice, and chilled as all hell. That was weird for me, as I ain't usually into swingin' off the jocks of cats younger than me, but hey, I thought he was the best player in the NBA, and the NBA Finals proved it - "Yo, 'Melo and Bronnie, it's catching up time! :)

When we got a pic together, he coolly threw up a sideways peace sign in my direction, while all I could do was point to him with a goofy smile, essentially saying:

"Zoinks! Ohmigod! Ohmigod! Ohmigod! This is Dwayne Frikkin' Wade! I'm standing here taking a picture with DWAYNE FRIKKIN' WADE!!!"

And, as a lifelong NBA fan who wants to say "I Love This Game!", and hates the societally suicidal jaded cynicism that too often makes us freely crap on whatever whenever... well, frankly that was frikkin' wikkid.

Here, see?

I caught much of Angelina Jolie's 2 hour appearance on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" show the other night, she discussed "Her Mission and Motherhood", and I'm very, very, very impressed with what she's up to.

Incidentally, I usually have a song or two downloaded per day for free off my music site, but oddly enough, that evening 4 copies of my song "Angelina Jolie" were downloaded, as well as a copy of "Why Can't I Find Aishwarya Rai?" That was kind of neat and a nifty coincidence, but they're also - as a doom-and-gloom prophet - two of my funnest songs, so if you want to check them out and grab copies, go to:

Back to Angie, sweet-sweet flawless Angie.


She got more coverage of the plight of Africa on one show (with highlights repeated the next day too) than CNN's probably done all year, and she was calm and composed and compassionate and sincere and frikkin' gorgeous. And, once again, I'm in love. She's also hip to more than she knows, but she's carefully navigating the best possible solutions she can engineer based on the personality she's cultivated - kind of like Cher shilling for "helmet safety" of U.S. soldiers in Iraq - who gonna knock the hustle?

Celebs gotta be careful these days: they're often accused of not knowing what they're talking about, which is utter crap.

Most celebrities and their handlers know the flack they'll catch for speaking truth to power (and all of power's multitude of media enablers), and if you actually listen to what they say and look at what they do, you'll find that if they're speaking with a purpose then they've inevitably done their homework: whether you agree or disagree with their position or not.

The only time I can recall a celebrity being so completely off-base that their political statements were utterly ridiculous - though forgiveable in some ways for their spontaneity - was Britney Spears in "Fahrenheit 9/11", when she said:

"I think we should just trust our President."

And yet, surprise-surprise, almost no mainstream flack...

With the logical skills justifying "inaction" far more developed than the ones justifying "action" - hence all the "haters" innovators claim said they "couldn't do it" - she makes simple and elegant arguments completely obliterating our collective-conscious impotence, and betwixt her brains and her looks she's the Viagra of the Save The World Movement.

Worship her?

Hell yeah.

She's putting the entire "self-help" industry bitches and their shameless self-indulgence sales-pitches to shame, and helping us realize that masturbating to Oprah, Deepak Chopra, and/or Chanted Chakras isn't what we should be up to. Nor is it effective, hence the same sad souls approaching us every few weeks with their latest'n'greatest schemes for self-improvement.

When I walk into a house and see a bookshelf filled with "self-help" books, all I can think of is: wasn't any of them supposed to "work"?

F--k yo' stress levels.

F--k yo' rat race.

F--k you.

There's cats in Africa that would kill to do "life" in prison.

"Three meals a day AND a roof???"

"Wow... now that's life!!!"

And now, I cede the floor to Mr. Tucker.

He's been predicting the future for 30 years by prying into the inner-working of "The Money Masters" at The Bilderberg Group meetings, so if you want to know what they're up to - and it WILL affect every single human being on earth, read on MacDuff, read on...

FYI, if you want to see why I keep calling them "The Money Masters" in quotes, it's because I'm referring to a documentary on the history of money and who's presently in control of it. It's part of the collection of bomb-ass flickage on my music site's main page, and here's where you can find it...

* The Money Masters *

(The U.S. Federal Reserve is privately owned by a few big banks - which are in turn owned by a few old money families. Seriously. For example, it's in the phonebook's "white" pages and not the "blue" government pages. The whole central banking system is also one big lie, and the control and abuse of the planet's resources is managed by it. The history of fractional reserve banking is a joke in allowing banks to lie without recourse, and manipulate markets to engineer a crisis whenever they want. There's probably no gold left in Fort Knox either - they stopped doing their legally mandated audits years ago. Plus, plus, plus...)


American Free Press /

Big Surprises at Bilderberg

James P. Tucker Jr / American Free Press | June 21 2006

Bilderberg expects interest rates to rise and many Americans to lose their homes in the months ahead. Meanwhile, they hope they can pressure President Bush to refrain from an all-out invasion of Iran while maintaining oil prices at their current record-high levels of about $70 a barrel.

Timothy Geithner, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, predicted rising interest rates and difficulties for families that have obtained adjustable rate mortgages, or “variable” interest rates. Many are likely to lose their homes as rising home mortgage rates add hundreds of dollars to their monthly payments, he said. While most listened solemnly and some expressed concern, one was heard to say, “stupid Americans deserve their fate.”

Many Americans, especially young families, have been buying expensive homes at low but “variable” interest rates. Others have been paying just the interest owed on their homes and not the principal. They are the most vulnerable, Geithner said. Some have paid little or nothing down. Some institutions “lend” buyers the down payment.

When home construction peaks and prices start downward, many will find they owe more on their home than it is worth in the marketplace. They will also find their mortgage—even “interest-only” payments—are unaffordable.

The banks will get the homes back and sell them again.

Again, the term “stupid Americans” was heard among clucks of sympathy or silent indifference. According to one source, no concern was expressed by Allan Hubbard, assistant to President Bush for economic policy.

European Bilderbergers said they would have no part in an invasion of Iran, something Bush says is an “option on the table.” Although NATO is helping by adding 9,000 troops in Afghanistan, expect no help if Iran is invaded, they said. “We will not help you fight a war for Israel,” one said.

Several noted that Israel has had nuclear weapons since at least 1963 and has never signed on to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, so no international inspections are conducted. It was the late George Ball, a charter member of Bilderberg who was No. 2 man in the State Department under presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, who first revealed that Israel has nuclear weapons.

“Is it not reasonable that Iran would need such a deterrence against Israel?” an unidentified Bilderberger was heard saying. “If you invade Iran, Israel is your only ally and good luck.” One suggested that “surgical strikes”—but no land invasion—may be tolerated but others said they would be ineffective.

Listeners to this dialogue included Eival Gildy of Israel, head of “coordination and strategy in the office of the prime minister,” and Ziad Abu Amr, member of the Palestinian Legislative Council, president of the Palestinian Council on Foreign Relations and professor of political science at Birzeit University. Ahmad Chalabi, former deputy prime minister of Iraq and one of the key sources of disinformation about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, was also present.

William Luti, special assistant to Bush for defense policy, and Richard Perle, former high Defense Department official and still a close adviser to Bush, responded that the United States is simply trying to stop the spread of nuclear weapons and make the world “safe.” But, said one European: “How ‘safe’ do you think the world will be if you invade Iran and Iran responds by firing missiles on your ally, Israel? Israel will nuke Iran in response and you will have your ‘proliferation.’”

Robert Zoellick, deputy secretary of state, said it would be necessary to keep the invasion “option” to pressure Iran into agreeing to abandon its nuclear weapons program.

“You’re wrong,” the European answered. “Iran simply refuses to be bullied by the United States. Save us a lot of trouble and forget about invading Iran.” The Americans remained silent.

Bilderberg’s mood was described as “uneasy” when it came to the issue of oil, a discussion followed closely by such oil-rich participants as banker David Rockefeller, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and Franco Bernabe, vice chairman of Rothschild Europe.

The “Latin American problem” mixed the issue of oil with Bilderberg’s scheme to expand NAFTA throughout the Western Hemisphere and have it evolve into an “American Union” patterned after the European Union. Hugo Chavez, head of Venezuela, is not only raising taxes on the extraction of oil from his country, he is trying to establish a trade coalition with neighboring nations that would block the expansion of NAFTA by creating the Free Trade Area of the Americas.

Bilderberg’s consensus seemed to be to not force higher oil prices at the moment, but be content with the immense profits enjoyed now.

Chavez’s barrier to NAFTA expansion leaves them moody because establishing an “American Union” is a critical step toward Bilderberg’s goal of establishing the United Nations as a world government.



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