Wednesday, January 31, 2007

OLBERBALLS: "You're gonna need a better screenplay." + Truth Videos Surge Into Google Top 100!






Olbermann Special Comment Fact Checking the President

Crooks & Liars | January 31, 2007

Flashback: Bush Speech Terror Claim Debunked A Year Ago

Keith Olbermann takes a look at Bush's claims about thwarted terrorists plots and fact checks them. Pray tell, what shall he ever find?


Olbermann: Upon his appointment, Sir Norman Bettison made one of the strangest comments of the year: "The threat of terrorism," he says, "is lurking out there like Jaws 2." Sir Norman did not exactly mine the richest ore for his analogy of warning. A critic once said of the flopping sequel to the classic film: "You're gonna need a better screenplay."




SOURCE FOR SOURCES - http://www.infowars.com/articles/bush/video_olbermann_fact_checking_the_president.htm







Truth Videos Surge Into Google Top 100; Terror Storm at Number 11

Prison Planet
Wednesday, January 31, 2007

A wave of 9/11 truth and other alternative documentaries have suddenly surged up the Google Video rankings, with three "conspiracy" videos in the top eleven alone, including Alex Jones' Terror Storm.

Loose Change is at number three and Aaron Russo's America From Freedom to Fascism at number four.

9/11 Mysteries sits at number fifteen.








Please send this link out to all your friends and e mail lists and help push Terror Storm even further up the charts.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7516705476148472744


Having so many activist documentaries in the higher echelons of the Google top 100 ensures that new people who have not previously encountered this kind of information will become exposed to the truth.
We can provide a fresh outreach to millions more around the world but only with your help. Please help circulate the Terror Storm link and the other great films via Google Video.

SOURCE FOR SOURCES - http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/january2007/310107truthvideos.htm







Peace by finally praising 15 freakin' films and a giant TV Network-Archive...

BK

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Google: Black Krishna

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|||+> STEWART AND COLBERT... show us our leaders are lying and trying to dumb us down, to find out why and help Save The World, please Google for "TerrorStorm: A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism", "America: Freedom to Fascism" and "SaveTheInternet.com". Also, check the websites below and pass it on!

::: INFOWARS.COM AND PRISONPLANET.COM :::

|||+> CSPAN... Webster G. Tarpley on 9/11 Truth vs. WWIII

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TARPOLOGY 101: LET'S GET IT - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sxf4EU0xI3s

|||+> INFOWARS.COM... Alex Jones on the Mercury in Vaccines

::: 11 mins :::

FREE HEALTHCARE - http://www.infowars.com/articles/science/vaccines_jones_on_mercury_in_vaccines.htm







Great news, our NWOwners may be over-playing their hand and waking people up. We've got to hit serious numbers for April 15th and July 4th, maybe a General Strike and March on Washington?

Could be huge, and if people hit back on tax day with many not paying and many more striking, perhaps they'll get the message that their newer "taxing" schemes will be rejected too...

I think we should to create more heroes and iconography out of the "truth" movement, much like what's been done with much of Alex Jones' work, and like what should be done with more of Paul and Steve's especially to appeal to younger audiences.

(I know Alex is still young, but he sure don't sound it... ;)

It would be so cool to have more funky-ass gear and symbolism (e.g. the Disinfo.com logo) make its way deeper into the hip hop, skater, rave, rock and other scenes and kick the Illuminati's ass a bit. I think some people who everyone likes should also be "Che'd" up a bit, or at least in reference to their specific work.

Personally, I'd rock me a "Tarpology 101: Let's Get It" shirt to pimp me some Webster Tarpley any day, that dood's a genius, as are many people who've been studying the big picture, and I feel no ways about bragging about their heroism like they're rock stars.

I mean c'mon, Oprah has a magazine with a big-ass picture of herself on the cover every freakin' month! ;P

The screenshots in TerrorStorm and other films could make or inspire creating some amazing images, and perhaps for patches (they're cheaper) for iron-on use for backpacks (daily exposure), t-shirts (once in a while) or whatever people want to do, while giving them the freedom to decide and low-cost to even hand them out.

Anyway, just some thoughts, this is dope...

Peace, (NOW!!!)
BK



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Thanks CIG,

I agree "constitution is good" and I'm glad you're putting it out there, with all the Orwellian simple-speak we're being fed that's a solid thought to keep hammering home to people who forget we have one.

Incidentally, the "Tarpology 101: Let's Get It" idea is based on one of the bigger selling hip hop albums of last year, Young Jeezy's "Thug Motivation 101: Let's Get It", and he's got a whole "movement" behind him of poor black kids looking for pride against prejudice.

Without getting too deep into the politics of hip hop imagery and attitudes (e.g. most stereotypes are at least subtly racist, and help "Katrina" be ignored here while Americans gave tons of money to "tsunami relief" over there), the bottom line is that most artists are encouraging their fans to rise above adversity, and the song by the same name has the hypnotic refrain: "Ayyy... You've got to believe... You've got to believe..." in it as well.

This dovetails perfectly with those in the fight who should believe they'll win; and those outside who should believe millions of people are worth listening to on any issue, let alone one where the suspects have proven criminally incompetent and even malicious.

I host radio shows on CKLN, and for Sundazed and Confused I just strung together a bunch of interview and speech clips (e.g. Alex Jones, Indira Singh, Malcolm X, etc.) interspersed with music from Gnarls Barkley, Bob Marley, Coldplay, No Doubt, Nas, Jimi Hendrix, 50 Cent, Marvin Gaye, New Order, Young Jeezy, The Doors and more.

People seemed to like it, and while I was planning on making a couple of minor edits (basically fading in and out the beginning and end) I have the whole thing on .mp3 here for anyone to download if they'd like. The show was supposed to be 2 hrs but the guys after me said they couldn't come in, so I went for 3 1/2 hrs and had a blast, I hope to break down the track listing shortly and do it again soon.

You've got to put in the whole link with the accurate spacing, enjoy as you'd like... :)


http://platinumdragon.ca/files/Sundazed and Confused on CKLN - Jan 28, 2007.mp3


Cheers,
BK