Saturday, February 05, 2011

Cancer Causus, Childrenified of the Corny, News vs. Olds, And Why We Get The Same Obvious Advice Every Day


Just a head's up, since the new world order is using "science" and "experts" to replace "religion" and "priests", we should see what they're up to before we start believing even the good advice we get. Especially when we've seen it before. A lot.

For example, staring at us in big bold letters was the headline "Three simple things to do to avoid cancer" from Yahoo Canada's main page, with a woman's hand with a yellow LiveStrong (Lance Armstrong's cancer cause) band and a finger raised.


After clicking on the article, it said one-third of people in the U.S., U.K. and Canada could cut their risk of getting cancer if "people ate healthier food, drank less alcohol and exercised more". Why is this still a news story? Don't we know this by now?

Cognitive dissonance may be caused by rejecting a familiar reality, so people might be tempted to say we need to be reminded more often. That may be true, but one could accomplish that with a "be healthy" prayer to themselves. This is not news.


Mainsteam corporate narratives often ignore new information in favour of the basics, leaving us stuck with them. Plus, health authorities frustration with our inability to handle the basics reinforces the idea that people are stupid and need guidance.

Since Big Cancer, the most profitable group of charities in the world, says about half of people in North America (etc.) are expected to get it, we'll either believe it was because we're stupid, or figure out it's because the new world order's into eugenics.


Billions of dollars have gone into curing cancer, and yet, all that the big global health authorities in this article can say is "eat better, drink less and exercise"? Is this really the best that 80 years of research and thousands of scientists can come up with?

Adults are being spoken to like children. So, even if one thinks they're not affected, people can find better info, and they don't care, the point is it's having an impact on the conditions wherever we live. Being talked to like children turns us into children.


Take a look at the article for yourself. All it says is people are too stupid to do simple things; so lots of us will get cancer; and giant global health authorities should handle it. This is the new world order planned rule over zombified slave masses in action.

Fortunately, we have the goods on the guys behind this. Unfortunately, it involves learning that they're not making mistakes, they're stone-cold eugenicist killers. At the top anyway. Fortunately, good precedents have been established in the info war.


Once lots of people simplify and share great info from great health websites like,, and others, plus stuff from sites like for the big picture, we can stop this instead of learning to accept it.

As long as people don't mind other people doing this where they live, it can be done. People need to get out and establish peaceful precedents before this gets uglier. Once enough people know, we can push our politicians to get all the toxins out too.


Keep in mind that it's getting harder to spend our way out of this, especially with the crazy combinations of wireless radiation, genetic engineering, chemtrails, poisons in our products and more. Buying "organic" is expensive and ultimately not enough.

People should try to use all options to live healthy, but if people still have to interact with other people, we'll all run into hardcore victims of the eugenics program soon. Everyone who's ever known has said to get the word out. It can beat this stuff too.


Nobody can say people didn't tell them if the people where they live tell them.

All it takes is calmly and consistently sharing good info where they live.

Below are better sources of info on cancer than recycled cliches.


Three simple things to do to avoid cancer

Yahoo Canada Main Page | February 5, 2011

Nearly half of breast, colon, stomach and prostate cancers wouldn't happen if people did this: study. Saves millions...

* Blood tests to know well
* Real cause of cancer
* Healthiest countries


Simple life changes could stop millions of cancers

Kate Kelland | Reuters / Yahoo News | February, 4, 2011

LONDON (Reuters) - About a third of all common cancers in the United States, China and Britain could be prevented each year if people ate healthier food, drank less alcohol and exercised more, health experts said on Friday.

Estimates from the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) suggest that making simple lifestyle changes could prevent some 40 percent of breast cancers alone in Britain and the United States, as well as tens of thousands of colon, stomach and prostate cancers.

"It is distressing that even in 2011, people are dying unnecessarily from cancers that could be prevented through maintaining a healthy weight, diet, physical activity and other lifestyle factors," Martin Wiseman, a WCRF medical and scientific adviser, said in statement.

In China, 620,000 cases, or 27 percent are preventable, the WCRF said, as are about 35 percent, or 340,000, in the United States and 37 percent in Britain. Healthier lifestyles could prevent 61,000 cancers in Brazil and 79,000 in Britain.

The WCRF findings are backed by World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations, which say regular exercise can prevent many diseases such as cancers, heart diseases and diabetes.

Cancer is a leading cause of death around the world and its incidence is rising. Each year around 12.7 million people discover they have cancer and 7.6 million people die from some form of the disease. There are about 200 known types of cancer.

According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), cancer will kill more than 13.2 million people a year by 2030, almost double the number it killed in 2008 -- and the vast majority of deaths will be in poorer countries.

In a separate statement, the Geneva-based WHO said low levels of physical activity are the main cause of an estimated 21 to 25 percent of breast and colon cancers, 27 percent of diabetes cases and 30 percent of heart disease cases worldwide.

Rachel Thompson, the WCRF's deputy head of science, said that while the message was simple -- that not smoking, eating good food and being a healthy weight can help ward off many cancers -- it was still a difficult one to get across.

"It's all very well us saying 'this is what you need to eat and this is how much physical activity you need to do', but we need to make it easier for people to make those changes," she said. "Everybody has a role in that -- from international organizations, to governments, to people themselves."

The WHO says adults should do at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week. This could be done by walking for 30 minutes five times per week or by cycling to work every day.

Peter Baldini, head of the World Lung Foundation, also called on all governments to introduce smoke-free laws and raise the price of cigarettes.

Tobacco kills millions of smokers every year, and tobacco-related lung cancers also kill hundreds of thousands of people who don't smoke but have been exposed to it second-hand.

"There isn't a magic bullet to cure all forms of cancer, but we have the opportunity and the obligation to protect people from developing cancer wherever possible," Baldini said.

(Additional reporting by Stephanie Nebehay in Geneva, editing by Matthew Jones)


July 28, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening hosted by Black Krishna

Communicating 2 Cancel Cancer in Communist Canada

Featuring: Charlotte Gerson, Mike Adams


This episode: how can we use our entertainment to give us energy for what we do instead of escaping from it? Why have cancer cures proven since the 1920's been suppressed for 90 years by the same banks and drug companies who tell us to "run for a cure"? How does a 70 year old man fight fake environmentalism for 30 years? How does an 87 year old woman fight fake pharmacide cures? Why are so many heads "bowed" texting all the time? When did emailed advice or inspiration from friends become "spam"?

CKLN's Rude Awakening Morning Show is hosted by Black Krishna (BK) Mondays to Thursdays from 6 - 7 am; as well as CKLN's Word of Mouth Mondays from 7 - 8 pm, on 88.1 FM, Rogers Cable 947 or online. Public domain mp3's to hear, use or share are available after 8 am at, and Please feel free to get in touch at with any questions, answers, suggestions, tips, news, stories, whistleblowers, music and more.




"Top Secret America": The Rest Of The Story

Chuck Baldwin | | July 27, 2010

The Monday, July 19, 2010, edition of The Washington Post featured an investigative report entitled âTop Secret America,â with the subtitle, âA hidden world, growing beyond control.â The report begins, âThe top-secret world the government created in response to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, has become so large, so unwieldy and so secretive that no one knows how much money it costs, how many people it employs, how many programs exist within it or exactly how many agencies do the same work. ..."

9/11: The Road to Tyranny (Trailer)

CKLN 88.1 FM's Word of Mouth Mondays: Professor Timothy Ball on Global Warming Gods, Myths, Maurice Strongs and Monsters - July 26, 2010

Music and emotion

Many scientific disciplines deal with the topic of music and emotions, including philosophy, musicology and psychology. The perspective presented here is mainly a psychological one, yet some theoretical and philosophical considerations will be made to clarify prevailing concepts about music and emotions and how they can be connected.

Michael Phelps Rocked Young Jeezy Inspired Playlist on His iPod Prior To Races: Why his playlist more than any singular item serves as the most important Phelps memorabilia

Juan | Highbrid Nation | August 25, 2008

... If you were like me you watched in anticipation every time dude entered the water cube with his warm up and his iPod on. But what exactly was he listening to. Phelps, a (commercial) hip hop head recently said it was Young Jeezy whose tracks âI Got What it Takesâ and âGo Gettaâ with R. Kelly provided the inspirational soundtrack that he bumped before every race at the Olympics in Beijing. âIt would be great if I could holler at Phelps,â Jeezy told the Atlanta Journal-Constitutionâs Peach Buzz column. âAnd itâs a compliment that the man found inspiration in the music I do for the streets over here, over there in Beijing.â

Spam is the use of electronic messaging systems (including most broadcast media, digital delivery systems) to send unsolicited bulk messages indiscriminately. While the most widely recognized form of spam is e-mail spam, the term is applied to similar abuses in other media: instant messaging spam, Usenet newsgroup spam, Web search engine spam, spam in blogs, wiki spam, online classified ads spam, mobile phone messaging spam, Internet forum spam, junk fax transmissions, social networking spam, television advertising and file sharing network spam.

Friend Spam Is The Worst Kind Of All

Michael Arrington | TechCrunch | February 20, 2008

Facebook announced a number of steps today to battle the growing problem of application spam â stuff that is sent from your Facebook friends asking you to try out new services. Generally, applications force users to send these invitations in order to get access to the more interesting features. The result can be dozens or hundreds of messages a day asking you to join some service that you really donât want to join. And if you do join it, you make the whole spam cycle continue.

The Secret To Life? Be Cool, Have Balls.

Black Krishna | January 02, 2005

Happy New Beerz! :) And... (urrp!), it's over. But, what better way to start the year than learning The Secret To Life? Yeah that's right, f--k Oprah, Chopra, and Phil, 'cause I got it right here:

Be Cool, Have Balls.

Socially active environment can cause cancer tumors to shrink and even disappear

S.L. Baker | | July 28, 2010

... The new study, published in the July 9th issues of the journal Cell found that when mice with cancer were given enriched living conditions and a boost in their social life, their tumors shrank -- and some of their cancers disappeared completely. That's powerful evidence, the scientists say, that social connections and an individual's mental state, play an important role in the way the body responds to malignancies. "Animals' interaction with the environment has a profound influence on the growth of cancer -- more than we knew was possible," Matthew During, who headed the study, said in a statement to the press.

Suzanne Somers speaks out against the conventional cancer industry: mammograms, chemotherapy vs. alternative cures

Mike Adams | | November 18, 2009

(NaturalNews) As the author of the New York Times bestseller, "Knockout: Interviews with doctors who are curing cancer," Suzanne Somers is making waves across the cancer industry. Her powerful, inspired message of informed hope is reaching millions of readers who are learning about the many safe, effective options for treating cancer that exist outside the realm of the conventional cancer industry (chemotherapy, surgery and radiation). Recently, Suzanne Somers spoke with NaturalNews editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, to share the inspiration for her new book Knockout. "People are just starving for some new information... for other options, for hope in [treating] cancer," she explained.

The full interview with Suzanne Somers is available as a downloadable MP3 file from

Mammograms cause breast cancer (and other cancer facts you probably never knew)

Dawn Prate | | August 15, 2005

... Is mammography an effective tool for detecting tumors? Some critics say no. In a Swedish study of 60,000 women, 70 percent of the mammographically detected tumors weren't tumors at all. These "false positives" aren't just financial and emotional strains, they may also lead to many unnecessary and invasive biopsies. In fact, 70 to 80 percent of all positive mammograms do not, upon biopsy, show any presence of cancer. ...

... Many critics of mammography cite the hazardous health effects of radiation. In 1976, the controversy over radiation and mammography reached a saturation point. At that time mammographic technology delivered five to 10 rads (radiation-absorbed doses) per screening, as compared to 1 rad in current screening methods. In women between the ages of 35 and 50, each rad of exposure increased the risk of breast cancer by one percent, according to Dr. Frank Rauscher, then-director of the NCI.

According to Russell L. Blaylock, MD, one estimate is that annual radiological breast exams increase the risk of breast cancer by two percent a year. So over 10 years the risk will have increased 20 percent. In the 1960s and 70s, women, even those who received 10 screenings a year, were never told the risk they faced from exposure. In the midst of the 1976 radiation debate, Kodak, a major manufacturer of mammography film, took out full-page ads in scientific journals entitled "About breast cancer and X-rays: A hopeful message from industry on a sober topic."

Health Ranger Report #87: Interview with Charlotte Gerson on reversing cancer

A fascinating interview with a legend of the self-healing anti-cancer industry. Contains many fascinating bits of information about the cancer industry and natural cancer remedies and cures.
Click here to listen now (MP3).

Gerson Institute / Cancer Curing Society

The Gerson Institute is a non-profit organization located in San Diego, California, dedicated to the alternative, non-toxic treatment of cancer and other disease, using the Gerson Therapy, a safe, natural treatment developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1920âs that uses organic foods, juicing, coffee enemas, detoxification and natural supplements to activate the bodyâs ability to heal itself. Over the past 60 years, thousands of people have used the Gerson Therapy to recover from so-called âincurableâ diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and arthritis.

Charlotte Gerson on Alternative Cancer Treatments #279

G. Edward Griffin - A World Without Cancer - The Story Of Vitamin B17

55:13 - 4 years ago

G. Edward Griffin marshals the evidence that cancer is a deficiency disease - like scurvy or pellagra - aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in modern man's diet. That substance is vitamin B17. In its purified form developed for cancer therapy, it is known as Laetrile.

... Why has orthodox medicine waged war against this non-drug approach? The author contends that the answer is to be found, not in science, but in politics â and is based upon the hidden economic and power agenda of those who dominate the medical establishment.

With billions of dollars spent each year on research, with other billions taken in on the sale of cancer-related drugs, and with fund-raising at an all-time high, there are now more people making a living from cancer than dying from it. If the solution should be found in a simple vitamin, this gigantic industry could be wiped out over night. The result is that the politics of cancer therapy is more complicated than the science.

RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story - Full Version

58:02 - December 6, 2009

For more info Learn about Rick Simpson, the man who rediscovered the cure for cancer and shared it with as many people as he could

... They say everything happens for a reason, so I will simply put my head down and continue forward. To anyone in Canada or the US requiring help, simply follow the information we provided at Almost anyone can produce this medicine without difficulty, if they follow the instructions. Again, I apologize to everyone for not returning. But as you can see, my hands are tied.

We are at the dawn of new age in medicine and a new day for mankind. Not only can hemp save the world, it can eliminate a great deal of human suffering and can even put an end to starvation. What are we waiting for? Join with me and let us put an end to this madness. It can only survive if we continue to sit on our backsides and do nothing. Stand up and be counted and let us give ourselves a chance to heal.

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FYI, these interviews can help us understand the world.



Friday, February 04, 2011

FLASHBACK: We're Watching The "Revolutions, Flashmobs and Brain Chips" Program Predicted In The Mainstream Media In 2007


Just a head's up, the new world order banksters and financiers and armies of think tanks keep a close eye on what's going on. Nobody in power stays there without doing this. And influencing it. They knew what would happen when the West moved nearly ALL manufacturing to China. They knew what would happen when they allowed countries to get trillions in debt. They know what's going to happen for the next 30 years. They published it in The Guardian, the NY Times of Europe, in 2007.

Four years later we can see it, so this is a worthwhile flashback, re-printed below a video with Alan Watt explaining it. It says the UK Ministry of Defence is planning to deal with "Revolutions, flashmobs and brain chips", among other crazy scenarios. Keep in mind they're not planning on stopping ANY of this, just planning for it. Similar articles were in U.S. and Canadian papers as part of NATO. We need to have a sense of history to understand where we are today or we'll be taught to accept this.

While 90% of people working anywhere are probably decent, we are given ways of thinking and talking by the people in charge that hit the information echo chamber and change our cultures. The situation in Egypt - and normalization of the previously unheard of (by most) Muslim Brotherhood - is part of the set up for the "Clash of Civilizations" (Samuel P. Huntington), one of several ways to think that we've been given to make it all seem "natural" as opposed to "new world order" pre-planning.

Anybody in the world can read this and predict the future, or at least quote what the trillon-dollar defence industry thinks, and they would know. That means the news is mostly like a serialized TV show, with many episodes in the can. When we talk about "Egypt" or "protests" or anything big, it's often meant to be as worthwhile as talking about "Jersey Shore". Except, it helps to change the way we all and advance the big agenda with fake dialectics that take us out of the game. Or, out of control.

People in our cultures are often absorbing propaganda too fast to think about it, so we learn what to quickly and safely repeat in social circles. One way to beat this is to have more pro-active and tangible goals where we live. By definition they beat the right things to say about the hot topic of the day. It's been proven forever, so it's only not in style now because the new world order wants to go for (us) broke and don't want us to stop them. That means more (new world) order out of chaos coming up.

Since the goal of all this is a vastly reduced and brain-chipped slave population, we should realize that practicing rationalizing and running out of the way will only lead to more until there's nowhere to go. They probably want us to practice feeling helpless until we get good at it. People can try to have a good time and ignore it, or they can try to have a good time and deal with it. As long as people where you live accept that other people are fighting for their future, more people should step up in the info war.

Everyone can finally see we're losing our freedoms. It's in the media all the time. Curiously, the logical end-result of this slide isn't discussed very much. Beyond the many new crisis, Canada's army thinks we might need a draft soon. While this goes on, we'll struggle to make the TV make sense, even if it costs us dollars. Our new ability to communicate (too) quickly is reducing our ability communicate well. We have options that we all need to work to normalize locally before this happens.


Alan Watt: Revolutions Flashmobs Brainchips

WhyTheFuQ | July 10, 2007 | 141 likes, 7 dislikes

My main negro Alan Watt breaks it down for y'all.


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".

The 90-page report comments on widely discussed issues such as the growing economic importance of India and China, the militarisation of space, and even what it calls "declining news quality" with the rise of "internet-enabled, citizen-journalists" and pressure to release stories "at the expense of facts". It includes other, some frightening, some reassuring, potential developments that are not so often discussed.

New weapons

An electromagnetic pulse will probably become operational by 2035 able to destroy all communications systems in a selected area or be used against a "world city" such as an international business service hub. The development of neutron weapons which destroy living organisms but not buildings "might make a weapon of choice for extreme ethnic cleansing in an increasingly populated world". The use of unmanned weapons platforms would enable the "application of lethal force without human intervention, raising consequential legal and ethical issues". The "explicit use" of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons and devices delivered by unmanned vehicles or missiles.


By 2035, an implantable "information chip" could be wired directly to the brain. A growing pervasiveness of information communications technology will enable states, terrorists or criminals, to mobilise "flashmobs", challenging security forces to match this potential agility coupled with an ability to concentrate forces quickly in a small area.


"The middle classes could become a revolutionary class, taking the role envisaged for the proletariat by Marx," says the report. The thesis is based on a growing gap between the middle classes and the super-rich on one hand and an urban under-class threatening social order: "The world's middle classes might unite, using access to knowledge, resources and skills to shape transnational processes in their own class interest". Marxism could also be revived, it says, because of global inequality. An increased trend towards moral relativism and pragmatic values will encourage people to seek the "sanctuary provided by more rigid belief systems, including religious orthodoxy and doctrinaire political ideologies, such as popularism and Marxism".

Pressures leading to social unrest

By 2010 more than 50% of the world's population will be living in urban rather than rural environments, leading to social deprivation and "new instability risks", and the growth of shanty towns. By 2035, that figure will rise to 60%. Migration will increase. Globalisation may lead to levels of international integration that effectively bring inter-state warfare to an end. But it may lead to "inter-communal conflict" - communities with shared interests transcending national boundaries and resorting to the use of violence.

Population and Resources

The global population is likely to grow to 8.5bn in 2035, with less developed countries accounting for 98% of that. Some 87% of people under the age of 25 live in the developing world. Demographic trends, which will exacerbate economic and social tensions, have serious implications for the environment - including the provision of clean water and other resources - and for international relations. The population of sub-Saharan Africa will increase over the period by 81%, and that of Middle Eastern countries by 132%.

The Middle East

The massive population growth will mean the Middle East, and to a lesser extent north Africa, will remain highly unstable, says the report. It singles out Saudi Arabia, the most lucrative market for British arms, with unemployment levels of 20% and a "youth bulge" in a state whose population has risen from 7 million to 27 million since 1980. "The expectations of growing numbers of young people [in the whole region] many of whom will be confronted by the prospect of endemic unemployment ... are unlikely to be met," says the report.

Islamic militancy

Resentment among young people in the face of unrepresentative regimes "will find outlets in political militancy, including radical political Islam whose concept of Umma, the global Islamic community, and resistance to capitalism may lie uneasily in an international system based on nation-states and global market forces", the report warns. The effects of such resentment will be expressed through the migration of youth populations and global communications, encouraging contacts between diaspora communities and their countries of origin.

Tension between the Islamic world and the west will remain, and may increasingly be targeted at China "whose new-found materialism, economic vibrancy, and institutionalised atheism, will be an anathema to orthodox Islam".


Iran will steadily grow in economic and demographic strength and its energy reserves and geographic location will give it substantial strategic leverage. However, its government could be transformed. "From the middle of the period," says the report, "the country, especially its high proportion of younger people, will want to benefit from increased access to globalisation and diversity, and it may be that Iran progressively, but unevenly, transforms...into a vibrant democracy."


Casualties and the amount of damage inflicted by terrorism will stay low compared to other forms of coercion and conflict. But acts of extreme violence, supported by elements within Islamist states, with media exploitation to maximise the impact of the "theatre of violence" will persist. A "terrorist coalition", the report says, including a wide range of reactionary and revolutionary rejectionists such as ultra-nationalists, religious groupings and even extreme environmentalists, might conduct a global campaign of greater intensity".

Climate change

There is "compelling evidence" to indicate that climate change is occurring and that the atmosphere will continue to warm at an unprecedented rate throughout the 21st century. It could lead to a reduction in north Atlantic salinity by increasing the freshwater runoff from the Arctic. This could affect the natural circulation of the north Atlantic by diminishing the warming effect of ocean currents on western Europe. "The drop in temperature might exceed that of the miniature ice age of the 17th and 18th centuries."


The Canadian Army Predicts The Future

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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.

The report predicts that oil prices will have doubled, tripled or quadrupled by 2019, unmanned attack aircraft will police the skies, and the Arctic will have become the zone of interest for the world's great powers.

A lethal, all-commando Canadian army may not stay in Kandahar, but it will be fighting terrorists in a geographic rainbow known as the "arc of instability" – a region stretching from western Africa, through the Middle East and into Southeast Asia.

"These areas have also traditionally served as potential safe havens for terrorists in developing, organizing and preparing for asymmetric attacks against the developed world," says the report, produced earlier this year by the Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre.

No more country-to-country wars for Canada. Instead, soldiers will face shadowy enemies in weak or failed states with little regard for civilian safety.

"It is projected that irregular challenges, asymmetrical warfare, low-intensity conflicts and insurgencies will be the most prevalent form of conflict until 2019."

The report also explicitly probes Canada's domestic fault lines – features like our shared border and trade ties with the United States or our large immigrant populations – and puts them up against some of the world's most volatile disputes to offer scenarios showing how a largely peaceful society could be torn apart.

They include:

The introduction of national military service for new Canadians in 2016 to tackle large immigration flows and a depleted military.

War between India and Pakistan that sparks clashes in B.C.'s Lower Mainland and Ontario suburbs where refugee and immigrant populations from the two countries have settled.

A Taliban sleeper cell poisons the Montreal water system, killing and sickening thousands. Hospitals are swamped, the U.S. border closes and tourism plummets.

A large-scale Canadian military deployment to Afghanistan in 2016 to ensure Canadian business has free access to protectionist U.S. markets.

The scenarios may seem improbable, but they all have some basis in reality: Canada's dependence on the U.S.; international terrorist ambitions; simmering conflict in South Asia; and a stagnant military.

A study by the University of Ottawa earlier this year looked at security threats to Canada in 2020 and came up with similar outcomes to those of the military.

In one, the Pakistani state collapses in 2016 and India moves in, appointing friendly politicians and establishing its own laws. Protests eventually give way to riots in "Little Toronto," where Indians and Pakistanis live side-by-side.

"Fundamentalist feelings have flared up, opening the door to terrorist organizations and the recruitment of new members," says the April study.

The military's scenarios may be conceivable, but there's no evidence they are likely to occur, said Paul Robinson, a University of Ottawa professor and former military intelligence officer who helped design the dystopian outcomes for the University of Ottawa study.

"Scenario building is never desperately scientific in the sense that you are engaging in fantasy, but you can engage in fantasy in a more solidly grounded basis," he said.

In his opinion, the air force's strategic shocks are less grounded in scientific method than in the politics of a military bureaucracy competing for money.

"I suspect it's in an air force report because it makes you scared, and if it makes you scared you'll spend more on defence," he said. "That's just my cynical view."

The air force report cites various Canadian and British military studies to come up with its forecasts, as well as an official Air Force Strategy paper and the "vision of the Chief of the Air Staff."

As for the flying wing of the Canadian Forces, the future lies in the North and high in the skies.

With climate change, melting Arctic ice and the possibility of up to 80 per cent of the global transportation market moving through Canadian waterways, the air force plans to better protect Canadian territory, deter unfriendly visitors and rescue those in trouble in the unforgiving territory.

Dwindling global fuel stocks, and unstable oil prices, also make it more likely that the pilots of the future will have two feet on the ground, controlling surveillance and attack drones by remote control. It's unlikely the air force will ever purchase another fighter jet to replace its CF-18s, the report says. "In the future, smaller, cheaper and expendable unmanned combat aerial vehicles ... will have unsurpassable advantages over manned platforms in both performance and costs."

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Those are the best nightmare scenarios they can come up with? :boring:

What about zombie-plagues, aliens or Mothra? :alarm:



Thursday, February 03, 2011

Orwellian-ggas: Positive Thinking vs. Positive Ignoring, Individualism vs. Globalism, Trust vs. Belief, Nature vs. New World Order


Just a head's up, there's lots of ways they're politically emasculating us, but with our freedom, education, wealth and access to communications technology, the problem isn't physical restraint, it's mental. We have to be careful not to miss the boat on this, once we get past a certain point where people learn to "love their servitude" as Alduous Huxley (Brave New World) predicted, we won't be able to turn it around.

In many ways, we're being taught to feel like we're in a literal prison and to randomly theorize and fantasize about the outside world to pass the time. Absent consistent control of our political system, or a desire for it, we argue more about all sorts of nonsense than we would otherwise. The big driver of togetherness used to be the need to work together to preserve and improve the welfare of the tribe. That's going.

Orwellian concepts like "Ignorance is strength!" are more subtle today, or they have an effect on us over time that we can't see easily. We're being taught to forget about actual "positive thinking", or seeing a problem and thinking we can solve it; to now "positive ignoring", or seeing a problem and thinking we can ignore it and be happy. There's no thinking involved at all. But, they still sell it as "positive thinking" anyway.

Individualism is also under attack, but not just to make us feel bad, it's also because the more we agree to think globally, like we're told to, the smaller we feel. Ironically (again), we think being part of big crowds or a global movement makes us happier. But, it just makes us feel less important and valued. People are happier in small companies or communities... not as 1 person in a global corporation of 7 billion.

This also makes us easier to control, or it's easier to control large groups of people than it is small groups, because in large groups we feel small. The more we go into this era of "globalization" the smaller we feel. We also like to "believe" whatever we want, but ironically (again!) that just destroys trust in people around you, including family and friends. If nobody can tell anybody what to do, nobody is worth anything.

People often think this is all "natural", but as Lenin said, humanity can go in many directions, but they must be taught to think the one they're going in is the only one. Our lack of trust means we often don't like learning from people just like us, just the "experts", though we all hear different experts and could simply trust each other and compare notes. Either way, we all have to figure out what's natural and what's not.

There's more to be said, but perhaps it's best to end on the idea of what makes us happy. Most guys want to feel their balls and most girls want a guy with balls. We're given lots of stuff that's supposed to make us happy, but we always crave more, so maybe there's a reason. Once we figure out how to deal with this pesky new world order problem in calm ways on a consistent basis, then we'll figure the rest out too.



What You Want To Believe In


SONG: F--k A Protest + MP3 and Lyrics

G20 Related: Why I Say, F--k A Protest, F--k You Gon' Do Before This?

V for Victory Campaign: You Are The Resistance

What You Want To Believe In - Posters and Flyers

Free Canadian Legal Vaccine Exemption Forms

Fluoride Risks - Montreal, Vancouver and Europe Don't Use It

The Corbett Report - Episode 165 - How to Talk to Others

How To Tell The Truth in the 21st Century

FYI, these interviews can help us understand the world.



The Lost Episodes on After G20 Martial Law, Before Elections, Between A Rock Star and a Hard Face in the New World Order


August 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening:

The Lost Episodes 102 - 113: After G20 Martial Law, Before Elections, Between A Rock Star and a Hard Face in the New World Order

Featuring: A variety of guests and ideas.

These episodes: after a busy summer in Toronto welcoming the traveling circus of tyranny that is the G20 Summit and martial law, what do people want from the election? What do people worldwide want and why aren't they getting it? Are radio shows snapshots of history? How much fun do we have living in the new world order? Enough to get in the mood to get out and have more? Can we use our inspiration for more than entertainment? What do people who've been working on this problem suggest we do?

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! :)


CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: The Lost Episodes - August 2010

After G20 Martial Law, Before Elections, Between A Rock Star and a Hard Face in the New World Order

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Full list of Lost Episode MP3's from 102 - 113:




Natural News with Mike Adams

Your Guide To Natural Living with Dr. Gary Null

Natural Solutions Foundation with Dr. Rima Laibow

Cellphone Biopro Radiation Reduction

The Food Is Horrible with MSG

Don't Chemtrail Me Bro!

The Other Side of AIDS

Education Failures Explained with Charlotte Iserbyt

National Health Federation

Canadians for Health Freedom

Legal Vaccine Exemption Forms

GMO Food - Seeds of Deception

Non-GMO Shopping Guide

Fluoride News, History and Risks

Soy Dangers - Estrogen Lowers Sperm Count and Causes Breast Cancer

Video: The Story of Cosmetics (8 mins)

Video: Vaccine Death Coverup Implodes Worldwide (8 mins)

Video: Dr. Russell Blaylock on Nutrition and Behavior, Aspartame, MSG (48 mins)




The International Forecaster with Bob Chapman

Trends Research Institute with Gerald Celente

Euro Pacific Capital with Peter Schiff

Institute for Study of Long Term Trends with Michael Hudson

Follow The Money with Max Keiser

Freedom Force International with G. Edward Griffin

Surviving The Cataclysm with Webster Tarpley


News & Culture


Infowars Media Centre with Alex Jones

Vigilant Citizen Celebrity Culture with Vigilant

We Are Change Activism with Luke Rudkowski

Conspiracy Culture Book and DVD Store with Patrick Whyte

Cutting Through The Matrix Analysis with Alan Watt

Explaining Feminism and Sex Relations with Dr. Henry Makow

The Truth About Porn Stars with Shelley Lubben

Gun Owners of America with Larry Pratt

Canadian Shooting Sports with Tony Bernardo

Police and Military Oathkeepers To Their Constitutions

Police and Military Against The New World Order with Jack McLamb


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CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: The Frontlines, Online, Offline, On The Streets Headlines, Or Electronic Breadlines - February 3, 2011


February 3, 2011

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening:

The Frontlines, Online, Offline, On The Streets Headlines, Or Electronic Breadlines

Featuring: John F. Kennedy, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Max Keiser, Alex Jones, Bob Marley, RT America, Mark Weisbrodt, Michael Coffman, Webster Griffin Tarpley, Tupac Shakur, Jamie Coren, William Francis Pepper, Adam Carolla, Seth MacFarlane, Myron Fagan

Show MP3 Download Link:


This episode: since prominent people have warned us about new world order since the 60's and millions since, why is it hard to deal with today? Can people try positive thinking instead of positive ignoring? Will we be trapped in debt in internet gulags? Why do charities, activists and NGO's avoid looking deeper into problems they try to solve? Why are people so focused on the fight for freedom in Egypt instead of false flag fear where they live? What's happening to our e-kids? Will adults notice?

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! :)


Please visit CKLN 88.1 FM Radio for details on how the save your community radio!

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Note: Sorry, the headphones weren't working so the voice levels are off, this show is a recommended listen in a quiet place.


The President and the Press: Address before the American Newspaper Publishers Association, April 27, 1961

"... For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence--on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations."

Farewell Address, Dwight D. Eisenhower, January 17, 1961

"... In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes."

The Illuminati and the Council on Foreign Relations, Myron Fagan, 1960's

Several members of the Alaska Legislature found Myron Fagan's expose in the 1960's on the Illuminati and Council on Foreign Relations to be of great importance and had their staff members make a transcript.

Cleon Skousen - Wikipedia

Skousen spoke of billionaire banker David Rockefeller as being one of the most powerful men in the world. Skousen criticized Rockefeller for praising Mao Zedong in a 1973 New York Times article, in which he stated that the communist leader was one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century.[30]

Big Sis Cites Staged Portland Terror Plot To Expand Domestic Spy Program

Paul Joseph Watson | | February 3, 2011

Homeland Security is gearing up to accelerate the roll out of its domestic spying program by teaming up with the Department of Justice to expand the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative, and in doing so cites the justification of the alleged plot to bomb a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland, a case of entrapment where the would-be bomber was groomed, set-up and even provided with a fake bomb by the FBI.

Harper, Obama expected to authorize sweeping overhaul of Canada-U.S. security

Les Whittington | Toronto Star | February 2, 2011

OTTAWA—After months of secret negotiations, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama are expected Friday to authorize the most sweeping overhaul of Canada-U.S. border and security cooperation in decades.

The agreement to be signed at a White House meeting will open the way to a bilateral pact with the potential to give Washington a much bigger say in Canada’s border security, immigration controls and information-sharing with American law agencies.

Tories and Liberals get grim rating in year-end poll

Jane Taber | Globe and Mail | December 17, 2010

Women are restless, young Canadian voters are searching for an alternative to the Tories and there is no majority government on the horizon, according to a new EKOS poll that puts Stephen Harper’s Conservatives 5.5 points ahead of Michael Ignatieff’s Liberals.

“Canadian federal politics is clearly in a rut,” pollster Frank Graves says.

Beloit Film Festival, "United We Fall", February 17, 2011

A film by Bryan Law and Dan Dicks “United We Fall” is a documentary about the North American Union that is being developed right now between Canada, the United States, and Mexico. For years this topic has been debated in the news and in political circles as being a possible future for North America. See for more.

World Crisis Radio with Webster Tarpley: Ad-Free Podcast

EGYPT: Violence Against Western Journalists On TV: Is It Real Or False Flag "Operation Ajax" Style Demonization?

Just a head's up, I saw these stories on Yahoo Canada's main page and they seem too good to be true for the plans of people who want to start World War Three. Stuff is definitely happening, but what they're making a big deal out can help us figure out possible propaganda.

Anderson Cooper's CIA Secret

Radar Online | October 27, 2008

[Note: This Radar Online article used to be longer with names quoted - Ed.]

Anderson Cooper has long traded on his biography, carving a niche for himself as the most human of news anchors. But there's one aspect of his past that the silver-haired CNN star has never made public: the months he spent training for a career with the Central Intelligence Agency.

They Know What Boys Want

“I wouldn’t mind if they said ‘Send me a picture of you.’ But it’s like the way they ask for it. Naked?” An after-school conversation with girls about sex and the Internet.

Alex Morris | New York Magazine | January 30, 2011

Her lips are full. She’s a pretty thing, and from the number of provocative images and Cristal’s pout in each of them, it appears that she knows it. In any case, whatever lingering self-doubts she may have had on the matter are surely dispelled by the comments: “VERY SEXY…..I LIKEY”; “god Damm Cristal! That’s some Booty you got there!”; “im smashing lol”; “OMG OMG OMG OMG CAN WE PLEASE GET MARRIED!!!”; “INBOX ME UR #”; “looking hella good ma”; “IM NOT GONNA LIE…………U R SEXY AS HELL.”.

Feminists Surprised their Daughters are Sluts

Dr. Henry Makow | December 27, 2010

In a recent article "Outraged Moms, Trashy Daughters" by Anne Kingston, (Macleans, Aug 16, 2010) mothers lament that their daughters now see "empowerment" in terms of pleasuring males.

While the feminist mothers saw power as financial independence and rejected female "objectification," their daughters accept the pornographic message of pop music and advertising. In the words of one mom, they "believe their purpose in life is to be sexual beings who please men."

"A blow job is like shaking hands," said another mom. "Their attitude is: 'We're emancipated, we're liberated, we're in control. They see [it] as power; I see it as giving their power away."

New currency for global casino-gulag announced

Max Keiser | January 19, 2011

While attention is focused on SDR’s as the new global currency replacing the US dollar, virtual dollars have steadily moved into position to transform the global economy as we know it. As bad as fractional reserve banking and fiat currencies are – Zynga’s virtual currencies are worse. There is no denominator to this currency at all. No fraction. Just demand.

Dr William F. Pepper on MLK Jr and the 9/11 Truth Movement

Perhaps the most valuable information transmitted by Pepper in this keynote address is the story of infiltration of the National Conference for New Politics in 1967, a movement designed to challenge the political status quo with an anti-war, anti-poverty agenda. Pepper describes how agents provacateurs positioned themselves within the nascent party and pushed through highly questionable unacceptable resolutions designed to divide the participants.

Bob Marley - Revolution (Lyrics)

"It takes a revolution (revolution), to make a solution; (doo-doo-doo-doo)
Too much confusion (aaa-aaah), so much frustration, eh!"

Toronto cop faces second G20 assault charge

The Metro Toronto | February 3, 2011

TORONTO - A Toronto police officer is facing a second assault charge related to G20 protests.

Toronto police say Const. Babak Andalib-Goortani, 30, was charged Tuesday with assault with a weapon.

It follows a complaint that a woman was hit with a baton near the Ontario legislature last June 26.

The legislature was designated as a protest area during the summit of world leaders in downtown Toronto.

SONG: F--k A Protest + MP3 and Lyrics

G20 Related: Why I Say, F--k A Protest, F--k You Gon' Do Before This?

V for Victory Campaign: You Are The Resistance

What You Want To Believe In - Posters and Flyers

The Corbett Report - Episode 165 - How to Talk to Others

How To Tell The Truth in the 21st Century

FYI, these interviews can help us understand the world.



Wednesday, February 02, 2011

EGYPT: Violence Against Western Journalists On TV: Is It Real Or False Flag "Operation Ajax" Style Demonization?


Just a head's up, I saw these stories on Yahoo Canada's main page and they seem too good to be true for the plans of people who want to start World War Three. Stuff is definitely happening, but what they're making a big deal out can help us figure out possible propaganda. CNN's Anderson Cooper and crew got beat up and survived with light scratches, though their female reporter was apparently almost stripped.

Plus, a Canadian cameraman apparently got severely beaten. Both incidents are blamed on supporters of embattled dictator Mubarak. One problem with relying on big "angry mob" situations to affect political change is they're easily manipulated, like the agent provocateurs (undercover cops, troops, mercs'n'spooks) at the G20 protests in Toronto burning and breaking stuff while crowds gave them cover fire.

General Sir Frank Kitson (b. 1926) was a British army officer who wrote the book (or a few) on creating gangs and counter-gangs to demonize the leaders of countries they were trying to destabliize. The CIA even proudly admitted they (with the Brits) paid people to run into the streets, shoot people and yell they were supporters of the leader of Iran in 1953. That's how he was overthrown with public support. It works.

What do people watching TV in the West think of Mubarak supporters after hearing that pretty boy CNN host, Vanderbilt heir and former spook-in-training (admittedly in college) Anderson Cooper was beaten up by Mubarak supporters, if that's indeed the case? There's no denying it's possible and Mubarak's a bad guy, but we forget we have our own bad guys when they point at someone else. (Saddam anyone?)

More info at the links below, like everyone who looks into anything, you just have to know what to look for to find it today. So far: the media's teaching us to riot, making themselves look like defenders of freedom, getting the left and right to fight, both celebrating and demonizing Arabs, setting up a bigger fight with "radical Islam" later, selling us the "international community" global governance role and more. Big stuff.

Keep in mind that everyone who's really looked into things, or they don't just say the media lies, they figure out why and look for the truth, say we have one option: the info war. Myron Fagan and Cleon Skousen said pass it on in the 1960's. So has everyone since. We saw what happened at the G20 protests in Toronto. So, we can see it happen on a larger scale at the recession riots... or we can fight the info war.


Just some quick Googling after this, people can always look for more info.

All declassified info and more evidence has been re-confirmed several times.

Good luck to the good people of Egypt, they're caught in a bit of a mess there.

However, once they figure out how the new world order works, they can resist it.

People should just fight the info war to avoid getting worse leaders than they had.

Hopefully things calm down soon - and - people everywhere avoid protest-rioting too.


Anderson Cooper details attack by angry Cairo mob

Alex Dobuzinskis | Reuters / Yahoo News | February 2, 2011

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - CNN's Anderson Cooper said he and his crew were punched and kicked in Cairo on Wednesday by supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, but that they escaped with just scratches as anti-government protests turned deadly.


Canadian cameraman severely beaten in Egypt: report

Mohammed Abed | AFP / Yahoo News | February 2, 2011

Egyptian soldiers on Wednesday saved a Radio-Canada cameraman covering protests at Cairo's Tahrir Square from being beaten to death by an angry mob, the Canadian public broadcaster reported.


Pro-Mubarak rioters hurl Molotov Cocktails at opposition

Jerusalem Post ( | February 2, 2011

About 500 people injured in recent round of clashes, says al-Arabiya; Egyptian museum goes up in flames; Gov’t supporters throw rocks at protesters from buildings, according to reports; gun shots heard at Tahrir square.


300 reported dead in Egypt protests

Haareetz | February 2, 2011

The U.N. human rights chief said on Tuesday she had unconfirmed reports that up to 300 people may have been killed and over 3,000 injured in the unrest that has engulfed Egypt for the past week.


1953 Iranian coup d'état - Operation Ajax

The Central Intelligence Agency pressured the weak monarch while bribing street thugs, clergy, politicians and Iranian army officers to take part in a propaganda campaign against Mosaddegh and his government.[10] At first, the coup appeared to be a failure when on the night of August 15–16, Imperial Guard Colonel Nematollah Nassiri was arrested while attempting to arrest Mosaddegh. The Shah fled the country the next day. On August 19, a pro-Shah mob, paid by the CIA, marched on Mosaddegh's residence.[11]

According to the CIA's declassified documents and records, some of the most feared mobsters in Tehran were hired by the CIA to stage pro-Shah riots on the 19th. Other CIA-paid men were brought into Tehran in buses and trucks, and took over the streets of the city.[12]


Anderson Cooper's CIA Secret

Radar Online | October 27, 2008

[Note: This Radar Online article used to be longer with names quoted - Ed.]

Anderson Cooper has long traded on his biography, carving a niche for himself as the most human of news anchors. But there's one aspect of his past that the silver-haired CNN star has never made public: the months he spent training for a career with the Central Intelligence Agency.

Following his sophomore and junior years at Yale—a well-known recruiting ground for the CIA—Cooper spent his summers interning at the agency's monolithic headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in a program for students interested in intelligence work. His involvement with the agency ended there, and he chose not to pursue a job with the agency after graduation, according to a CNN spokeswoman, who confirmed details of Cooper's CIA involvement to Radar.


Anderson Hays Vanderbilt Cooper - Wikipedia

Anderson Hays Vanderbilt Cooper was born on June 3, 1967,[1] the younger son of the writer Wyatt Emory Cooper and the artist, designer, writer, and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt, and is a great-great-great-grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt of the prominent Vanderbilt shipping and railroad fortune.[2]


General Frank Kitson - Wikipedia

His earlier published work on counter-gangs and measures of deception, including the use of defectors, continues to provoke strong opinions.


General Frank Kitson: Trail Blazing Fake Terrorism

Kurt Nimmo | August 3 2005

Ian Buckley, in an article appearing on the Truth Seeker website, makes mention of General Frank Kitson, a British officer “who first thought up the concept that was later used in the formation of Al Qaeda. He called it the ‘pseudo gang’—a state sponsored group used to advance an agenda, while discrediting the real opposition.


Frank Kitson, Low intensity operations: subversion, insurgency, peacekeepin (1971)

Reviewed by Dale Wharton, Montreal <>, 11 January 1966

... The foe, S&I, aims " overthrow those governing the country...or to force them to do things which they do not want to do. [S&I] can involve the use of political and economic pressure, strikes, protest marches, and propaganda, and...the use of small-scale violence for the purpose of coercing...members of the population into giving support" (p 3). Subversives stop with harassment, insurgents take up arms.


Myron Fagan - The Illuminati and the Council on Foreign Relations

Several members of the Alaska Legislature found Myron Fagan's expose in the 1960's on the Illuminati and Council on Foreign Relations to be of great importance and had their staff members make a transcript.


Cleon Skousen - Wikipedia

Skousen spoke of billionaire banker David Rockefeller as being one of the most powerful men in the world. Skousen criticized Rockefeller for praising Mao Zedong in a 1973 New York Times article, in which he stated that the communist leader was one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century.[30]


SONG: F--k A Protest + MP3 and Lyrics

G20 Related: Why I Say, F--k A Protest, F--k You Gon' Do Before This?

V for Victory Campaign: You Are The Resistance

What You Want To Believe In - Posters and Flyers

The Corbett Report - Episode 165 - How to Talk to Others

How To Tell The Truth in the 21st Century

FYI, these interviews can help us understand the world.



23 Public Speaking Secrets Gleaned from the Greats



I've been a fan of your blog for awhile, after stumbling upon it a few months ago. Thanks for the great content! We recently published an article "23 Public Speaking Secrets Gleaned from the Greats" that you may be interested in sharing with your readers.

For your convenience, here's the link:





Hi [redacted],

It's great to hear from you and thanks so much for the study, there's great tips in there to learn or be reminded and I'm posting it now. Please keep in touch with anything else and stay up! :-)




23 Public Speaking Secrets Gleaned from the Greats

February 1st, 2011

Whether you're giving a report in a college classroom, or delivering a speech to thousands, public speaking is an important skill to master. Everyone has their favorite tips, including picturing the audience naked, but no one says it better than great speakers themselves. Read on to find out how 23 great public speakers learned how to do such a great job.


1. Be persistent and practice: "All the great speakers were bad speakers at first." -Ralph Waldo Emerson

2. Know your purpose: "You shouldn't give a public speech unless you want to make something happen." -Tom Peters

3. Be a real person: "If you have enthusiasm and excitement, if you show your humanity up there, that's when the audience starts to warm up." -Richard LaGravenese

4. Believe in your message: "If you believe in something, you can talk about it. All my life I have been very, very shy. To get in front of a crowd drives me nuts, but I have a message to deliver." -Jack LaLanne

5. Offer a moving speech that sticks with your audience: "Have a unifying theme tethered to a powerful, inspirational story." -Ken Starr

6. Seek our your most difficult audience member: "Engage the lowest common denominator, someone with a negative attitude or who can't concentrate. If I can engage that person, everyone else with fall like a domino." -Erin Gruwell

7. Don't bore your audience with unnecessary data — deliver a simple message: "I speak at nursery schools; benefactors ask me to speak for Earth Day. It is invariably the most challenging presentation I ever give, but I force myself to do that because it really forces me to get down and think [about] the basic message and how can I communicate it as simply as possible." -Allen Hershkowitz

8. Speak for your audience, not yourself: "The single most important thing you can do is put yourself in other people's heads and hearts. I think about what they truly need, not what I want to talk about. Whatever size the group, whether five or 5,000 people, you have to at least try to imagine what each of those individuals are there for. -Tony Robbins

9. Use humor appropriately: "Never make any jokes in the morning. They're absolutely deadly. No one has gotten their full dose of caffeine." -Dick Rudder

10. Resist the urge to speed through, and get attention by speaking slowly.: "Slow down, especially at the beginning of a speech. You'll get the audience's attention by pausing." -Bob Kerrey

11. Consider how you can entertain your audience: "There is always risk with being funny and controversial that the audience will miss your message, but I think there is a better chance they'll hear it if you are entertaining." -Scott McNealy

12. Never underestimate the power of eye contact: "When I'm preaching, I'm not speaking to 800 people–I'm trying to speak to each person individually," he says. "I move from west to east, making contact with people for a second or two. If there's someone who seems disengaged, I'll keep coming back in hopes of reaching them. But you have to be very careful: If you're talking about, say, adultery, you don't want the person you are looking at thinking that you've found them out!" -Rev. Kieran Harrington

13. Warm up with one on one conversation first: "If you are the type that gets frightened or intimidated by speaking to large groups, it doesn't hurt to speak to a couple people in the audience before you start your speech." -Kate White

14. Always be prepared ahead of time: "I have the speech nailed two weeks before I have to give it. I don't go out with a written speech, but with eight to 10 line connectors [transitions between points I want to make]." -Glenn Rothman

15. Avoid using jargon, and never assume your audience knows your topic: "Too many speeches are either too dense or too dull, particularly in the corporate sphere. Use examples that include dialogue–two people talking to each other in their own spoken language. Don't assume your audience knows your topic. Never fall into jargon." -Floyd Abrams

16. Have a "front page news" message: "Step one: Literally write the headline you want a newspaper to carry as if your speech were going to make front-page news. If you can't, your message is too complicated, too boring or too vague to impress anyone. Step two: Be substantive. Make a strong prediction, take a controversial stand or deliver a keen insight–but back it up with facts and research. Step three: Be entertaining. Use anecdotes and self-deprecating humor to connect with the crowd. Step four: Don't speak too long. Even a good speech loses people after at most, 40 minutes." -Ari Fleischer

17. Dream about your speech at night: "The night before a speech, I go over my notes right before I go to sleep. There's almost something magical about it. You remember the words in a dreamlike state and it helps your brain absorb the material." -Sally Koslow

18. Remember to have soul in your speaking: "I believe that one always does himself and his audience an injustice when he speaks merely for the sake of speaking. I do not believe that one should speak unless, deep down in his heart, he feels convinced that he has a message to deliver. When one feels, from the bottom of his feet to the top of his head, that he has something to say that is going to help some individual or some cause, then let him say it; and in delivering his message I do not believe that many of the artificial rules of elocution can, under such circumstances, help him very much. Although there are certain things, such as pauses, breathing, and pitch of voice, that are very important, none of these can take the place of soul in an address. When I have an address to deliver, I like to forget all about the rules for the proper use of the English language, and all about rhetoric and that sort of thing, and I like to make the audience forget all about these things, too." -Booker T. Washington

19. Repeat yourself without sounding repetitive: "Say the same things over in different ways, especially when you are trying to sell something. When I would teach law, I did this as an educational tool, but it's also a sales tool. It will make an imprint that people will remember." -Judge Maria Lopez

20. Choose your words carefully: "Never say anything about yourself you do not want to come true." -Brian Tracy

21. Consider the unknown first: "A man does not know what he is saying until he knows what he is not saying." – G. K. Chesterton

22. Know that it's an honor to be asked to speak: "Compliment the audience. Every invitation to speak is a compliment and an honor to you, so you better recognize that starting off." -Dr. Robert H. Schuller

23. Mean what you say, and be careful not to overspeak: "Little said is soon amended. There is always time to add a word, never to withdraw one." -Baltasar Gracian



Please sign and pass on the petition: CKLN must remain on the airwaves!!!


Please sign and pass on the petition: CKLN must remain on the airwaves!!!




We the Toronto community are shocked at the recent revoking of CKLN 88.1FM's broadcasting license by the CRTC. CKLN is the heart of our community. It has represented a multitude of communities throughout its history, communities that have been traditionally marginalized and ignored by the mainstream media. It is a major player in the distribution of alternative news and information, and has been the genesis of hundreds of careers from local artists to music lovers, comedians to dancers.

CKLN is vital to our community, and without its presence on air we lose not only a rich history of our city, but future opportunities and culture - which ultimately enriches our city and nation, culturally and monetarily. While it is true that former mismanagement affected it's ability to broadcast at certain points in recent history, we, the listening audience, is confident that the current administration and board is able to handle the tasks at hand. That is, to fulfill their duties to the listeners and the CRTC without failing to live up to the standards set before them.

Please support CKLN. This petition is put together by a listener and former volunteer who has little stake in CKLN besides its continual presence in our city as a hub of growth, culture and community.

Please see for more information. This petition will be sent to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and the Canadian College Radio Association.


The Undersigned

1117 Signatures and counting!


CKLN board ‘not going to lie down’ after licence revoked

Ashante Infantry | Toronto Star | January 28, 2011

CKLN-FM’s “surprised” and “disappointed” board of directors called an emergency session Friday after the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission revoked its licence, citing a lack of quality control and numerous regulatory violations. ...

... While the decision, effective Feb. 12, passed by majority vote, one commissioner “firmly opposed” revoking CKLN’s licence, which would have come up for renewal in 2014.

Intermediate steps, such as a mandatory order, should have been taken before pulling the station off the air, Louise Poirier said.

She noted that none of the complainants requested the revocation of CKLN’s licence and added: “To my knowledge, and based on the research conducted . . . the commission has never revoked a licence without first issuing a mandatory order or reducing the licence term at the time of renewal.”

Nelson, credited with launching the first hip-hop radio show in Canada on CKLN in 1983, is the station’s longest serving member.

“I applied there on my first day as a student at Ryerson,” he recalled. Nelson said he feels “hurt” by the loss of broadcasting rights. The board he oversees was formed during the lockout to get the station back on track.

The station has one month to appeal the decision.

At a meeting on Friday night, the board was still undecided if it would appeal the decision or not, said Nelson. “We need more time to talk to lawyers... to see what they advise,” he said.

But the AGM, scheduled for Monday, will be held, he added.

“No one wants to quit, let me tell you,” Nelson said.




CRTC Decision on CKLN: Dissenting opinion of Commissioner Louise Poirier


FYI, this is the official CRTC decision link and the dissenting opinion starts 3/4 down the page. It might be good to look at for pointers on how to define our strategies for speaking about this and to use as a reference for communications with the media and public.

We can make sure most people know someone at the CRTC who was directly responsible for judging CKLN's status thought it was a mistake to revoke our licence for reasons that fall within the guidelines of the CRTC's mandate to regulate Canadian broadcasters.




CRTC: Dissenting opinion of Commissioner Louise Poirier

I am firmly opposed to the panel’s majority decision to revoke the licence for the campus radio station CKLN-FM Toronto, primarily because I am of the opinion that a mandatory order issued under section 12(2) of the Broadcasting Act should have been used as the first step for this station, which had had its licence renewed in 2007 for seven years and had never previously been in a situation of confirmed non-compliance.

It should be remembered that CKLN-FM is Toronto’s first campus radio station, that it was licensed by the Commission in 1983, and that since then it has always been given full licence renewals. Immediate revocation, without first applying any other regulatory measure, is clearly inconsistent with the Commission’s usual practice. No other licences have been revoked in this manner in recent Commission history.



Support CKLN 88.1 FM Radio Flyers and More - Before February 12th, 2011!


Support CKLN 88.1 FM Radio Flyers - Before February 12th, 2011!

Please visit CKLN 88.1 FM Radio for details!


Flyers and templates to help friends of CKLN Radio change the CRTC's decision to revoke the station's licence before the last scheduled broadcast date of February 12th, 2011. Click on "HTTP" in the top-left corner of this page to access the public domain MS PowerPoint files. People can print or pay to get them printed and ask to leave them at local stores for just 10 days, put them in mailboxes, leave them on cars if the weather lets up, etc.

These are four flyers per 8.5" x 11" page and can be printed (use "Scale to Fit Page" to keep the edges) in black and white for as little as 3-cents per page, then cut at Kinko's for $1 per cut. For just $20 you can print around 2000 flyers. If there's interest I can design more, or anyone can with the templates provided. For more sizes of poster and flyers templates (so that anybody can change the text and pictures to design their own), please visit:

UPDATE: There are now also two six per page flyers for download in MS PowerPoint and .PDF files, you can print 3000 for around $20 to share. Most Canadians won't mind taking a small 2" x 3" piece of paper if they're asked nicely, so we can keep them handy and share them when possible. With the recent CRTC decisions to allow consolidation of our media and metering of our internet, most Canadians might want to help save their community radio.


Good luck! :)




Sample Flyer Text (6 per page v2):


After 25 years on air in Toronto, CKLN 88.1 FM at Ryerson University had their licence revoked by the CRTC, despite raising over $50,000 from the people of Toronto in a recent fundraising drive, proving the community likes their community radio. Please help respectfully disagree with their decision by contacting your Federal MP’s and asking them to intervene, contacting the CRTC and asking them to reconsider, contacting the media with your thoughts and sharing the online petition. With our consolidating media and internet, it’s good for Canadians keep independent voices for alternative news, music and more. Please visit for more details. Thank you! :)


pass this pettition around.....there already 495 signatires on it in less than 24 hours....

(UPDATE: 1036 signatures so far!)

here is the link


Write your MP to save CKLN!

Tuesday, 01 February 2011 16:36

Here's a quick look-up by postal code for your local MP's name and email address:



Letter by Jack Layton supporting CKLN

Monday, 31 January 2011 00:00

This is a letter submitted by Jack Layton, MP, as written intervention in support of CKLN-FM at our recent hearing.


Thanks to everyone who has been calling in. If you want to express your support for CKLN, please send your comments to board .


Special three hour bcast on CKUT - Keep CKLN on the airwaves!

here at ckut we're shocked by the crtc decision to revoke ckln's license. we are dedicating three hours of air time to speak with ckln programmers, members and listeners, and campus/community folks across the country.

date: monday, february 7th, 12 noon to 3pm

contact: or 514 448 4041 x6788

we'd like to invite people to partake in pre-recorded interviews or speak live on the air about:

-the history of ckln

-your involvement in ckln

-CKLN's role in toronto

-your response to CRTC decision

-what can people do?

we are also looking for short audio clips from ckln that demonstrate what ckln is "all about".

ckut hosted a protest broadcast, monday, jan 31st from 2-3pm on our program, "Radio Is Dead?". you can listen here: