Saturday, November 04, 2006

Real-EYEZ: "A Meat Packers Take on Fast Food Nation" (You-Tuuuuube!!!)

Added October 27, 2006

From: wantlieswiththat

Provided By: Fast Food Nation Website

The movie even leaves a meat packer upset by what happens.


"Ugh. The Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger at McDonald's is really good though. And I like the Whopper Jr. with cheese better than the Whopper because of a better condiments and cheese to meat ratio. Mmm. Ugh."

Anyway, I'm hungry and I'm outta here, and all I'm asking you to do is watch and tell people about "TerrorStorm: A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism".

Now really, is that so difficult? ;-)

Peace, (NOW!!!)



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P.S. Stewart and Colbert show us daily that they're lying and trying to dumb us down, to find out why and Save The World, please Google for "TerrorStorm: A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism", "America: Freedom to Fascism" and "". Also, check the newswires at "" and "" -- and pass this info on to everybody -- NOW!!!

PRESIDENT: Thomas Jefferson 1816 "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered."

BANKER: Mayer Amschel Rothschild 1828 "Allow me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who writes the laws."


BONUS: The bits'n'pieces broken down into bits'n'pieces, and if you look, people with nothing better to do than Save The World have strewn bits'n'pieces of these bits'n'pieces everywhere...

- Alex Jones Videos and Clips -

BONUSER: THE Google conversation. I said, THE Google conversation. (That's my Stewie impression.) This includes "synthesis", potentially the best tool we almost have to mobilize mass grassroots action, but for right now the new-fashioned ways work just fine. It lasts for 13 minutes and starts at 77 min 36 sec into the .mp3, enjoy... :-)

October 26, 2006: Former high-level intelligence officer Robert Steele runs an open source intelligence website at to help Save The World. He's also's top non-fiction book-reviewer (over 700) who gave Webster G. (Unit!) Tarpley's book "9/11: Synthetic Terror - Made in U.S.A." the best review he'd ever given; said it was the first to completely bring him around to 9/11 being the most important cover-up in the World that absolutely needs to be exposed for us to survive; and said that it was "the best approach to truth he'd ever seen." That's why I'm a Tarpologist. He was also on the Alex Jones show, and their Google discussion in particular is extremely memorable...

or the direct mp3 mirrors are here:

The interview is archived at this link:

and mirrored here:

BONUSERER: The elite are stealing the World's water, and the Jigga-man's trying to get 'em jugs of it. That's right. The elite are stealing the World's water, and the Jigga-man's trying to get 'em jugs of it.

("Hova! Hova! Hova! Hova!")

Oh yeah, he nice like that, and hell I could use a Bentley and a Beyonce myself. Me ridin' on 24"s in my drop-top usually means on an 18-speeder, but hey, my ass nice like that, and y'all won't catch me ridin' dirty. Anyway, from BK to BK I've broken down a little somethin' somethin' about him, y'all can chiggidy-check yourself...

Thursday, August 24, 2006

JAY-Z: "I was meeting with Bill Gates last week...He told me about what the world's going to look like in five years, and I got scared."

Jay-Z to Dramatize World Water Crisis in MTV Video Diary

NEW YORK, New York, August 11, 2006 (EN) - "Most young people are unaware" of the world's water crisis, but if they knew about the "staggering numbers" of people affected by lack of clean water, they would be moved to act, Def Jam President and CEO Jay-Z said at United Nations Headquarters in New York on Wednesday.

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan welcomed the help of the internationally known recording star and MTV President Christina Norman in raising public awareness of water scarcity through a new global initiative.

"Most of us take water for granted," the secretary-general said, "but, for more than a billion people who lack access to safe drinking water, this is an inconceivable dream."

Nearly two million children die every year because of unclean water and poor sanitation - far more than the casualties from violent conflicts, UN records show.

(Continued... unless we stop it.)



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