Monday, February 07, 2011

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: Freedom Dreams and Info War Means vs. Orwellian Schemes and Venomous Vaccines - February 7, 2011


February 7, 2011

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening:

Freedom Dreams and Info War Means vs. Orwellian Schemes and Venomous Vaccines

Featuring: Alan Watt, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, Alex Jones, David Icke, Henry Kissinger, Chet Singh

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This episode: why did think tanks Chatham House and the CFR fail miserably in their goal of "preventing future wars"? Why is Rothschild banking not blamed more for being "at the centre of the world's financial markets for over 200 years"? Can we do primary source research on the new world order? Read military industrial complex predictions in the paper? Watch them on TV? How do we inform people so they don't protest without knowing what to ask for? Can we share info for better health to start?

CKLN Radio's Rude Awakening Morning Show is hosted by Black Krishna, aka BK, aka Vijay Sarma, aka Vij, on Mondays and Thursdays from 6 - 7 am EST on CKLN 88.1 FM, Rogers Cable 947 and online. Public domain mp3's to use, share or re-post are available after 8 am at, and Please visit - - or contact - - or - - or - 647-855-4744 -- Thanks! :)


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Manifesto's Hip Hop Town Hall

Manifesto is organizing a Town Hall meeting to present the community with the facts about the CRTC decision and host discussions about what can still be done to keep CKLN on the air. We can save the station, we do have options available but we need the support of our listeners and the community at large to really make a difference.

Hip Hop Town Hall Meeting
Feb 9th, 2011, 6:00PM - 9:30PM
Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Room 309

CRTC delays usage cap on small Internet providers

Von Finckenstein said his agency is not infallible and should be given the opportunity to reviews its decisions


Welcome to Rothschild

Rothschild has been at the centre of the world's financial markets for over 200 years. Today, it provides Global Financial Advisory, Corporate Banking and Private Banking & Trust services to governments, corporations and individuals worldwide.

It is organised globally so that clients can obtain the advice and services they require wherever it suits them. Through 49 offices in 36 countries, from the Americas through Europe to Australia, clients can access Rothschild ideas and expertise. It ranks amongst the world's largest privately-owned banks.

Chatham House History

Chatham HouseIn 1919 British and American delegates to the Paris Peace Conference, under the leadership of Lionel Curtis, conceived the idea of an Anglo-American Institute of foreign affairs to study international problems with a view to preventing future wars. In the event, the British Institute of International Affairs was founded separately in London in July 1920 and received its Royal Charter in 1926 to become The Royal Institute of International Affairs. The American delegates developed the Council on Foreign Relations in New York as a sister institute. Both are now among the world's leading international affairs think-tanks.

Think tank - Wikipedia

A think tank (or policy institute) is an organization that conducts research and engages in advocacy in areas such as social policy, political strategy, economy, science or technology issues, industrial or business policies, or military advice.[1] Many think tanks are non-profit organizations, which some countries such as the United States and Canada provide with tax exempt status. Other think tanks are funded by governments, advocacy groups, or businesses, or derive revenue from consulting or research work related to their projects.[2]

Revolution, flashmobs, and brain chips. A grim vision of the future

Richard Norton-Taylor | The Guardian | April 9, 2007

Information chips implanted in the brain. Electromagnetic pulse weapons. The middle classes becoming revolutionary, taking on the role of Marx's proletariat. The population of countries in the Middle East increasing by 132%, while Europe's drops as fertility falls. "Flashmobs" - groups rapidly mobilised by criminal gangs or terrorists groups.

This is the world in 30 years' time envisaged by a Ministry of Defence team responsible for painting a picture of the "future strategic context" likely to face Britain's armed forces. It includes an "analysis of the key risks and shocks". Rear Admiral Chris Parry, head of the MoD's Development, Concepts & Doctrine Centre which drew up the report, describes the assessments as "probability-based, rather than predictive".

Canada's military peers into future, and it's scary

Alan Woods | Toronto Star | October 17, 2009

In the worst-case scenarios, oil prices quadruple, drones patrol the skies, global wars spill into cities

OTTAWA - The war between India and Pakistan spills over into Toronto's immigrant suburbs. A terrorist sleeper cell poisons Montreal's water system. Mandatory military service is enacted for young and new Canadians.

While the Armed Forces constantly project scenarios for which to train, these hypothetical situations are rarely publicized. Although they appear far-fetched, the military is obliged to prepare for the worst, or risk being unready in the event of a catastrophe.

A 10-year forecast completed for the air force lays out likely trends in areas such as oil prices and aviation technologies, but also a series of "strategic shocks" – unpredictable events that could throw the best-laid plans off course.

David Icke speaking on the Alex Jones Show about the Egypt and the Middle East Agenda

Debit cards to replace welfare cheques?

Daniel Dale | Toronto Star | February 7, 2011

Toronto has taken a first step toward replacing welfare cheques with reloadable electronic cards similar to debit cards, a move that would allow thousands of welfare recipients to avoid payday lenders’ high cheque-cashing fees.

Ontario to launch $1 million blitz to explain soaring energy costs

Robert Benzie | Toronto Star | February 7, 2011

OTTAWA—Premier Dalton McGuinty is hitting Ontarians where they live to explain rising energy prices and what’s being done to help.

Queen’s Park is distributing a six-page pamphlet this week to every household in Ontario as part of a public-relations blitz to tout the new 10 per cent discount on electricity.

The Star obtained an advance copy of the leaflet, which is costing about $1 million to mail out.

“What we’re trying to convey is why we’re doing this,” McGuinty said late Saturday after a 40-minute speech to 300 Liberals at the party’s pre-election policy conference here.

The unaffordable city: how did Toronto get so !@#$%&* expensive—and is it worth it?

Jason McBride | Toronto Life Magazine | February 2, 2011

Middle-class life isn’t what it used to be. Thanks to a heated real estate market, a strong dollar, new taxes and stagnating incomes, Toronto has become, improbably, one of the world’s most expensive cities. Is it worth it?

Alan Watt's Cutting Through The Matrix Radio Show on RBN:

Austerity: Talk of the Greens Gives Bad Dreams

Why not a metered Internet?

Iain Marlow | Globe and Mail | February 7, 2011

More than half of Canadians surveyed last summer thought their Internet plans were unlimited – a veritable buffet of bandwidth, with all the high-definition video streaming and file-transferring they could consume.

How wrong they were. More than 90 per cent of the country’s plans are finite, with set limits and stinging charges for going over. The vast majority of people in that poll by Solutions Research Group had never even heard of the concept of paying for Internet based on how much they used. ...

... But consider the incredible week that just was: On Monday, growing consumer uproar over the regulator’s move on Internet pricing forced Industry Minister Tony Clement to announce he’ll examine the matter; then, on Tuesday, the Prime Minister tweeted that he wanted a formal review of it; on Thursday, the CRTC’s chairman was hauled out of a crucial set of hearings to appear before a committee of hostile MPs to discuss it; and on Friday, none other than celebrity blogger Perez Hilton chimed in on the state of Canada’s Internet with: “Yikes!!”

At the root of the circus this issue has become, though, is one simple question:

Should Canadians’ Internet use, like hydro or water, be metered?


TweetPsych lists creates a psychological profile of any public Twitter account and compares it to the thousands already in the database. This identifies those traits that are used more or less frequently by the user analyzed.

Inane Conversations: The Power of Talking About Nothing

Kari Henly | Huffington Post | Feruary 6, 2011

This post is dedicated to my "coffee girls." For the past eight years, I have met with the same group of women at a local bagel joint on Thursday mornings. Having met when our children were in the same preschool, we have seen each other through divorces, job changes, my stress having twins, and the like. Our time together is so sacred that we rearrange our lives to make it work and physically miss each other when we have to skip a few weeks. Guess what we talk about? Nothing in particular. Nevertheless, it is a community that I cherish deeply. Do any of you have a simliar experience?

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

Respected as one of the country's most knowledgeable and outspoken physicians regarding the impact of vaccines on health, Dr. Tenpenny is an outspoken advocate for free choice in healthcare, including the right to refuse vaccination. As an internationally known speaker, she is highly sought after for her ability to present scientifically sound information regarding vaccination hazard and warnings that are rarely portrayed by conventional medicine. Most importantly, she offers hope through her unique treatments offered at Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center for those who have been vaccine-injured. Dr. Tenpenny is also an expert on women's breast health and the use of iodine for disease.

Pick something you're passionate about and get involved.

Even when you work at it, staying informed and getting involved can be a chore. To make things easier, I have pulled together my choices for causes to consider.

Bread and Circus on Superbowl Sunday

Dr. Susan Rubin | February 6, 2011

The phrase “bread and circus” was used by a Roman writer to deplore the declining heroism of Romans after the Roman Republic ceased to exist. The government kept the Roman populace happy by distributing free food and staging huge spectacles.

When I see Jersey Shore, the Kardashians and NFL Football on TV with tons of advertisements for food that is not really food, I wonder if we are watching the decline of American civilization.

Record crowd expected for Super Bowl

Green Bay Press-Gazette | January 27, 2011

The NFL is expecting a record crowd for the first Super Bowl at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, according to the Associated Press.

... Plus, get this, about 5,000 people paid $200 each to be in an area outside the stadium watching on big-screen TVs.

CD Review: Chet Singh, Recessionary Revolutionaries

Jah Works | December 7, 2010

Perhaps revolution itself is in a recession these days. There are so many significant problems requiring revolutionary solutions, but it’s difficult to demonstrate that great strides are being made with any regularity or promise of lasting success. Not that intelligent, concerned, talented people aren’t involving themselves in the struggle. It’s just that the issues are so numerous and complex, and that the forces for the ultimately destructive status quo are so entrenched. Or so it seems to some of us.



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