Thursday, September 29, 2005

Senate Confirms Roberts As Chief Justice ("Luke... thank you... my... son...")

[Ed note: imagine there was a perfectly benign picture of Judge Roberts here Satanically smiling his ass off, that - after trying a few times, someone clearly doesn't want me to juxtapose with not-nice things to say. It's in the Yahoo link anyway and will be in all the papers, and at least they let me post another pic at the bottom...]

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Supreme Court Chief Justice nominee John Roberts smiles during questioning before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in this Sept. 14, 2005 file photo. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak-File)


FLASHBACK - Monday, September 12, 2005


Come rule by my side,
Lie through your teeth,
So we know you'll ride...

We got big plans for ya,
Big scams for ya,
Pretty-boy ploy,
Got big fans for ya,

Don't worry my little Nazi,
It'll be All Right,
And when you lay your head to sleep,
The Press Corpse will fight,

They move in silence at night,
Work in mysterious ways,
CNN is CIA's,
With Fox callin' plays..."


Yahoo! News

Senate Confirms Roberts As Chief Justice

By JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press Writer 15 minutes ago

WASHINGTON - John Glover Roberts Jr. won confirmation as the 17th chief justice of the United States Thursday, overwhelmingly approved by the Senate as the jurist to lead the Supreme Court through turbulent social issues for generations to come.

The Senate voted 78-22 to confirm Roberts — a 50-year-old U.S. Appeals judge from the Washington suburb of Chevy Chase, Md. — as the successor to the late William H. Rehnquist, who died earlier this month.

All of the Senate's majority Republicans, and about half of the Democrats, voted for Roberts.

Underscoring the rarity of a chief justice's confirmation, senators answered the roll by standing one by one at their desks as their names were called, instead of voting and leaving the chamber.

Roberts is the first new Supreme Court justice since 1994. Before becoming a federal judge, Roberts was one of the nation's best appellate lawyers, arguing 39 cases — many in front of the same eight justices he will now lead as chief justice.

He won 25 of those cases.

Roberts watched the Senate vote on television from the White House's Roosevelt Room.

He and his wife Jane, were to have lunch with President Bush and first lady Laura Bush, followed by a swearing-in ceremony with the president at the White House, so Roberts could take his seat in time for the new court session Monday. Justice John Paul Stevens was administering the oath.

Under Roberts, justices will tackle issues like assisted suicide, campaign finance law and abortion this year, with questions about religion, same-sex marriage, the government's war on terrorism and human cloning looming in the future.

"With the confirmation of John Roberts, the Supreme Court will embark upon a new era in its history, the Roberts era," said Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., whose 55 GOP members unanimously voted for the multimillionaire judge. "And for many years to come, long after many of us have left public service, the Roberts court will be deliberating on some of the most difficult and fundamental questions of U.S. law."

Twenty-two Democrats opposed Roberts, saying he could turn out to be as conservative as justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court anchors on the right.

"At the end of the day, I have too many unanswered questions about the nominee to justify confirming him to this lifetime seat," said Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada.

Anti-abortion and abortion rights activists both have their hopes pinned on Roberts, a former government lawyer in the Reagan and first Bush administrations. While Roberts is solidly conservative and his wife, Jane, volunteers for Feminists for Life, both sides were eager to see how he will vote on abortion cases.

Roberts told senators during his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings that past Supreme Court rulings carry weight, including the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in 1973. He also said he agreed with the 1965 Supreme Court ruling in Griswold v. Connecticut that established the right of privacy in the sale and use of contraceptives.

But he tempered that by saying Supreme Court justices can overturn rulings.

During four days of sometimes testy questioning by Democrats, Roberts refused to hint how he would rule on cases.

"If the Constitution says that the little guy should win, then the little guy's going to win in the court before me," Roberts told senators. "But if the Constitution says that the big guy should win, well then the big guy's going to win because my obligation is to the Constitution."

Over and over, he has assured lawmakers his rulings would be guided by his understanding of the facts of cases, the law and the Constitution, not by his personal views. "My faith and my religious beliefs do not play a role," said Roberts, who is Catholic.

Roberts' confirmation brings the number of Catholics on the court to a historic high of four. The Roman Catholic Church strongly opposes abortion.

Democrats, even as they complained about his Reagan-era opinions and the White House's refusal to release his paperwork from the George H.W. Bush administration, acknowledged his brilliance and judicial demeanor.

"I've taken him at his word that he does not have an ideological agenda and he will be his own man as chief justice ," said Sen. Patrick Leahy (news, bio, voting record) of Vermont, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary.

Republicans showered praise on Roberts, and said the justices on the court like him too. "There have already been indications from members of the court about their liking the fact that Judge Roberts is going to be the new chief justice," said Judiciary Committee chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., who shepherded the nomination out of his committee on a 13-5 vote.

Roberts has the potential of leading the Supreme Court for decades. Not since John Marshall, confirmed in 1801 at 45, has there been a younger chief justice.

Roberts also will hold a record of sorts — nominated to succeed two different Supreme Court justices within seven weeks. Bush originally named him to succeed retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor in July. Rehnquist's death led to the second nomination on Sept. 6, and Roberts now will be confirmed as chief justice while O'Connor remains on the court until the president selects a new replacement.

Democrats already were warning the White House not to nominate a conservative ideologue to replace O'Connor. Bush was expected to announce the nominee soon.

"While this nomination did not warrant an attempt to block the nominee on the floor of the Senate, the next one might," Sen. Charles Schumer (news, bio, voting record), D-N.Y., said.

Roberts is married to lawyer Jane Sullivan Roberts, and has two adopted children, ages 4 and 5.

He grew up in Long Beach, Ind., working summers in the same steel mill where his father was an electrical engineer. After graduating with honors from Harvard University — both as an undergraduate and in law school — he clerked for Rehnquist on the Supreme Court.


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BONUS: Where the Bohemians Bush their craziest ideas...

"It's Bo-homo-ing Grove...
It's the Right's Stag Party!

It's Bo-homo-ing Grove...
It's the Reich Stag Party!"

[Ed note: why the hell would "Kyle" make this up? Why would he tell anybody about it? What - he didn't get a raise so now he's looking to get a bullet?]

Bohemian Grove Employee Blows the Whistle on Inside Events

Infowars | September 29 2005
By Steve Watson & Alex Jones

Yesterday Alex Jones was joined on air by a guest who worked inside Bohemian Grove and got up close and personal with the macabre rituals of the elite and their homosexual tendencies. These new revelations have been heard nowhere else.

"Kyle" has worked at the Grove for their Spring Jinx for the "neophytes", the newcomers or outsiders, and for the official fifteen day Summer encampment festival.


More information about Alex Jones' Infiltration of the Bohemian Grove members click here for the full interview

The Grove is a private 2,700 acre redwood retreat on the Russian River in Sonoma County, California. Described as the "Greatest Men's Party on Earth," the members of the Bohemian Club and international elites have been gathering in their redwoods for over 100 years. Regular visitors include the Bushes, Henry Kissinger, Colin Powell, Newt Gingrich, whilst past luminaries have included Former Presidents Regan and Nixon, together BEFORE they had even taken office..

The most famous ritual that occurs at the Grove every year is the Symbolic Pagan Worship of Molech–the ‘god’ of Child Sacrifice. A bound effigy is burned in a "Cremation of Care" ceremony under a 40ft Stone Owl. Remember that political figureheads from around the world attend this sacrifice ceremony. German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt wrote of his fondness for the Grove ceremonies in his Biography "Men and Power". If your neighbours were doing this in their back yard wouldn't you be slightly concerned? These people are making decisions that have global repercussions.

The Camp at the Grove is riddled with imagery of death, sacrifice, skulls and Owls, as is the Club's Headquarters in San Francisco.


This all sounds bizarre and incredible, you couldn't make it up. Yet we have seen again and again how elite figures are obsessed with these kinds of activities. We have a full archive and Alex has infiltrated and made a full length feature film on the occult rituals that take place on an annual basis at the elite hideaway at the Bohemian Grove.

There are many offshoots of the Bohemian Club, The most famous US branch is the "Brotherhood of Death" known as Skull and Bones, members of which include Both Bushes and recent Democratic nominee John kerry.

In the past members have bragged about how far reaching plans are hatched and policies set within the grove, such as the Star Wars defense initiative and the Manhattan Project.

"Kyle" went on record as saying he witnessed Colin Powell, Justice Clarance Thomas, Governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson all in attendance at this year's encampment.

The most honored guests reside in one of 119 camps known as Mandalay and rarely venture down to the dining circle of the Grove. Even other Grove members are not allowed to go near this camp without an invitation.

"Kyle" entered the Grove, without knowing anyone else in there, after an interview at the Grove in April. Immediately he took the chance to sneak around by driving in beyond the security gate which was at the time unattended. At this point the security was not overwhelming as there were no luminaries inside.

"Kyle" then described driving up to the lake area and getting a close up view of the 40ft Stone Owl.

Upon returning to begin work at the annual "Spring Jinx" "Kyle" witnessed the extensive use of biometric scanning equipment. Employees now have to hand scan to gain entry and to leave the Grove. It seems that security has been stepped up since Alex Jones infiltrated over five years ago. The members are able to forego this scanning and simply have ID cards.

Alex snook in through the undergrowth before the main entrance to the grove. "Kyle" stated that there are now motion sensors all over that area to prevent any new would-be intruders.

"Kyle" described how the employees at the Grove are segregated in separate areas and have to wear different color coded badges.

He then went on to describe how as one of the younger men in there, he was approached numerous times by men in their 50s, 60s and 70s and asked if he "slept around".


We have previously exposed how members of the grove have both male and female prostitutes and even gay porn stars flown in for the Summer camp. Former President Richard Nixon is on record questioning the activities at the Grove, making reference to the debase, decadent attitude as well as the homosexual activity there.

"Kyle" went on to reveal how as well as containing lots of Satanic themed imagery, the Grove is also very Pagan in nature. There is a large statue of the Godess Diana, the main Circle is named Diana, there are buses named Diana, Old Druid and hamadryad (From Greek/Roman mythology - A wood nymph who lives only as long as the tree of which she is the spirit lives or a King Cobra) which is one of the high priests in the Cremation of Care ceremony.

Cremation Of Care Ceremony

"Kyle" described how he managed to find the building in which garb for the main Cremation of Care ceremony was housed. He filmed inside with his small camera with two hands but was so on edge that you can see he is physically shaking.

"Kyle" described how he saw multiple "effigies" for use in the Cremation of Care Ceremony in addition to the one inside the Hollow Stone Owl. There is a body that they drive in on a hearse, one that is rowed across the lake by the grim reaper and a third that is burned in the Molech Owl.

He also described how prior to the ceremony he managed to get inside the Owl and witnessed electrical equipment presumably for use during the ceremony for fireworks or to light the fire and burn the effigy.

According to "Kyle" the Cremation of Care ceremony has altered only slightly since Alex caught it on video. There were some new effects and a different voice over for "care". Previously the voice had been reported as Walter Kronkite, yet "Kyle" reported that Kronkite, one of the "Hillbillies" along with the Bushes was there but was not in good health.

"Kyle" has managed to get around five hours of video and 50 photos in the Grove with the use of a pen camera. This footage will be included in a re-release of Alex's Dark Secrets Inside Bohemian Grove. The first showing of this will be at the Downtown Alamo Drafthouse in Austin on the 9th of October, with a follow up the day after.


[Ed note: imagine a crazy b&w picture of their ancient cult rituals here...]

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To be honest, these days I just play music in my head or wander around singing or rapping softly, and roll strapped with the lil' 192 MB Samsung Yepp "bling" around my neck that I bought a couple of years ago. It has a mic to record thoughts - the most important feature for me (I've heard iPod's don't), and just yesterday, as I noticed the familiar "fear" in peoples faces at the happy confidence I display, I mumbled the "Canary In A Coalmine" lyrics into it that I just blogged.

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Don't just wait to get blunted and break out the same 50 words you always say over a beat like a dumbass shell-game; that's cool and I can do it too, but carry around a notebook and recording device, and when you see it: spit some "real" shit in "real" time...

And yeah, Hilary is attacking the internet too, in fact, they all will soon, this is what "they" want to do in a general sense in destroying the last bastion of disseminating free speech widely.

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I talked with an Afghani hotdog guy the other day who used to be a Persian poet in India, and he said he didn't use the internet because it makes you an anti-social zombie.

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If you like Michael Jackson, maybe you need 2 hours, and the 2 minits on local TV will just mess you up.

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Ain't no peace possible unless we have peace of mind, so it's no surprise the fascists are fighting us before we figure it out: these guys don't rest, and while we rely on habits based on good values, they evolve evil faster to dominate...

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Blogger Black Krishna said...

Oh yeah, the MP3 voice-recorder is not just for spontaneous lyrics, it's for how you said them.

Melody is soul.

The way you say something musically is just as important - if not moreso, than what you are saying. If you want to make a song that's a Number One Hit for months worldwide inviting 3 billion chix to lick your balls, then you'd better make sure you say it well.

(See: "Candy Shop" by 50 Cent.)

Today, rappers are getting much better at how to say it, and much worse at what to say.

This paradox sucks, and is drawing battle-lines where KRS-One is battling Nelly for no Goddamn good reason. Y'all can make music that makes people happy, and y'all can still be a revolutionary in endorsing freedom without spitting hardcore knowledge and facts on every track.

(See: Bob Marley.)

I carry my big balls in my big backpack, and much like Kanye, refuse to accept the paradigm of "either you're with us, or you're with the terrorists destroying hip hop!"

The more rules you have to this shit the more limitations you'll have creatively, and that means you'll max out your potential hella-fast.

I've seen it: 'nuff niggas is burned out by just being themselves.

Only they're not being themselves, they're being the cartoon they drew and feel they are forced to continue selling without being able to grow, like evolving and expressing yourself as a human being is somehow "selling out". You got your old style, you can spit your old shit or make new shit just like it, but if you can't flex you're gonna be hella-vexed...

(See: Jay-Z in Fade to Black saying in his natural high-pitched voice: "Aye! See what y'all are doing? Now these young rappers are afraid to be they'selves!")


Ensuring that you can capture the "real" at the right moment is better than just feeling the beat, and they're not mutually exclusive. I do both: I'll jump on a track and spit some shit; I'll take a beat home and write some shit; I'll wander around and think of some shit... whatever man, there ain't no rules to the shit, and whatever's hot I'll drop.

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Later, as I was cruising thru Scarlemworld, I picked up my notebook to look at the lyrics:

And the melody had disappeared.

I saw I'd written:

"You know I hate, to see,
Uncle Tom's Grabbin',
You know I can't,
Just let it be...

You know I hate, to see,
You, backstabbin',
This isn't how,
It's meant to be..."

But I couldn't remember how I'd sung them.

It came back to me later, but I was terrified for a second that I'd lost it, only to remember I had it down in a tiny lil' .wav file I could find that captured my crusty mouth spittin' the raw-shit that had just bubbled in my brain.

It ain't just singing, it's "flow", and you know how important that is.

G'wan den young rappa-Jedi's, this O.G.'s flippin' the tools to rule for free, so do what you Obi-Wanna, just do it better... :)


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