Thursday, July 15, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: What Can Canadian Human Beings Do That's Worth Doing In Canada? - July 15, 2010


July 15, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening hosted by Black Krishna

What Can Canadian Human Beings Do That's Worth Doing In Canada?

Featuring: Bonnie Faulkner, Alex Jones, Webster Tarpley, Chris the Construction Worker


This episode: when tons of people have seen tons of people do tons of stuff to let tons of people know tons of truth about how our world is run and what's really happening, how come tons of people still ask "What can you do?" like they haven't seen tons of examples tons of times? Is that a question that adults in danger should just rhetorically ask? With kids around? What's up with the great big global recession recovery re-collapse takedown thingy anyway? Have the bad guys done this before?

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Mind Over Matters.

Gerald Celente CKLN Rude Awakening hosted by Black Krishna

[Ed -- One 20 minute YouTube clip of a radio show uploaded with one simple image by multi-millionaire genious trends forecaster Gerald Celente. It probably took him 5 minutes. It's been viewed over 7000 times by people who learned something they wouldn't have; or learned something they want to know better. Thanks. That was worth the 5 minutes to him and many others. Anybody with a computer and Windows Media Maker can do this in 5 minutes with any show, or add background music to add "Ooomph!" to what's being said to give people the stones to handle it, or add more images or video to create a narrative. Whatever, it's not like in the 21st Century we don't have enough tools to "communicate" with each other, so we may as well try to say better stuff, especially stuff that stops worse stuff from happening by consistently revealing what it is and might be to people who don't know to make sure we're all perpetually prepared to reject it.]


Don’t panic – eco fees will break bad buying habits and save public cash

Wayne Roberts | NOW Magazine | July 15, 2010

Every time I see a shopper at the checkout counter stuff an armful of food into a purse or briefcase, I’m reminded how willing we are to put ourselves out to save the 5 cent tax on plastic bags and cheerfully do the right thing. Now we’re being asked to put out some more. (Ed -- have you ever smacked a dog on the nose with a newspaper? Guess it hurts eh?)

The Planifesto: 2009 Survival Strategy

[Ed -- from the "Obamacide" album package: Bottled: 2009 -- Best Before Date: 2012]

FREE DOWNLOAD: Obamacide by Black Krishna

Jake Paine | HipHopDX | April 06, 2009

Activist, radio journalist and emcee Black Krishna [click to read] has offered HipHopDX the chance to premier his exclusive new collection of songs, entitled Obamacide: The Album. Based in Toronto, Canada, the social and poltical-minded man, who also goes by "BK," said the following of his Barack Obama Administration-inspired work. "What Obama supporters want to believe in is great; it's the same thing as nearly everyone who wants peace and prosperity, but there were and are people behind the scenes who influence decisions that we have to know about, including the political "system" that Obama is currently President of. All we have to do to stop the global recession and move forward is to see who's behind it, or who's getting money when we're not supposed to, which is not right." [Click Here] to download.

Black Krishna: Politics As (Un)usual

Jake Paine | HipHopDX | February 15, 2008

Right now, there is a lot of politics - politics in Hip Hop, politics in American and politics of business. Regardless of how much dialog is going on, it's very hard to get the truth. You know it when you hear it, it often stings, or causes a reaction. One man who legions of radio listeners, art fans and political supporters believe to be speaking this kind of truth is Toronto's Black Krishna.

A Handful Among Hundreds Of Random E-Blasts and Blogs With A Variety Of Names And Styles Saying The Same Thing: Do Stuff Or Die, Fast or Slow.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006 - Plan BK: The Solutions - Amnesty Intellectual: Searching for Heroes, Villains, and Webster G. (Unit!) Tarpley.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006 - Plan BK: The Solutions - Give the Guys and Girls with Guns Gifts! :-)

Friday, November 10, 2006 - Plan BK: The Solutions - You Don't Have A "Right" To Your "Opinion".

Hey Folks,

You don't have a "Right" to your "Opinion".

You have options.

You do have a "Right" to your "Rights".

That's an option the Democrats and media [Ed 2010 -- etc.] are hoping you forget.

Action candidate has plan to save Canada [Ed -- written for Dr. Andrew Moulden for MP]

Posted By Election Media Release Unedited [Ed -- online in .pdf form too in The North Bay Nugget]

The Shot Is The Pandemic Part 1/2: Swine Flu Vaccines and The CBC

Vijay Sarma: Stopping The North American Union 1/4

Original source materials for this journey that explain the whole thing:

Kicking it in a kurtha

Vijay Sarma | Toronto Star | August 20, 2004

Some clothes make the man, but clearly the sports jersey doesn't cut it in Toronto's bar scene, says Black Krishna.

[Ed -- it was "Vijay Sarma" in the original print with a 4" x 8" picture of my head and online version, and yeah, I miss that guy too.]

Tupacumentary: Living How You Want To Live

Vijay Sarma | | November 28, 2003

[Ed -- it was "Vijay Sarma" in the original and reprinted widely online worldwide as many fans liked it, this guy was even nice enough to review it.]

Tupac Shakur: Going Above and Beyond "Thug Life"

Rory Geraghty | Associate Content | July 10, 2006

More Than What Meets the Eye

"Here's a hidden fact: you want to be like Tupac. Not like Mike. Not like Shaq. Like Tupac." Freelance writer Vijay Sarma begins his essay, entitled "Tupacumentary: Living How You Want To Live" with this statement. With a title like that, this essay seems like it could be a self-help guide.

Already Home - Jay-Z feat Kid Cudi


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