You don't hear much about them any more, the Rutherford Institute, but they've been around a long time (lead by John Whitehead). On this video he makes some points worthy of remembering:
We should not forget that the problems we are experiencing right now in America, i.e. problems of militarization of the police in consort with other local and regional authorities, the problems with the virtual disappearance of the sanctity of a man's home, problems with the total disregard of individual rights by those supposedly 'in authority' (and the fact that these violations are usually overlooked by corrupt judges beholden to 'the establishment' for their position and power)... these problems aren't new to our country.
Remember the causes of the American Revolution? Many of the aforementioned problems are the exact same thing our forefathers revolted against. It was citizen against citizen... with guns...people killed...people died.... but it was for the higher good of defending liberty.
No doubt Mel Gibson's portrayal of the reluctant patriot in his movie, "The Patriot", was the reality for many of that time. Although it is well known by anybody who studies history that the American Revolution (i.e. the first one) was only fought actively by probably less than 20% of the people of the country at that time... that's the way things like this go. Most people are just spectators. But....
What is also true is that in every revolution, there's lots of people who are swept up in it suddenly and/or with at first realizing it. In fact, most of the great leaders of social change (i.e. the 'good guys' and the 'bad guys') came from very ordinary backgrounds.
You know, as I read the first couple of paragraphs of this story, it reminds me that almost NOTHING these people do can bear close scrutiny. Virtually everything they've ever done (as I've commented before) had some sort of ulterior motive to it. They are almost totally incapable of doing anything good.
You'll find very few people more articulate than Mychal Massie on the conservative landscape today. He chooses and uses words very carefully. In this brief statement, he's totally correct. America needs God.
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Another really interesting video from Andy....sorta in a 'stream of consciousness' monologue, but.... I've done just barely enough travel to know that he knows what he's talking about. I especially liked the point that he made (whether he realizes it or not) that there's a LOT of people (people with money usually) who THINK they're world travelers but, honestly, they don't know shit about what the world is really about. Andy does.
As the eclipse plunges the UK and other places into darkness this Friday, two other rare if less spectacular celestial events will be taking place, too: a Supermoon and the Spring equinox.
You watch... something of world shaking significance is going to happen during the period referred to in this article. God doesn't speak the a 'general audience' often but when He does.... he's knows how to get our attention.
It often brings tears to my eyes when I see stories like the successful people in this video about the economic miracle of Chile.... especially about the lady who started (with her family) the loom and weaving business. There's little more gratifying (other than dancing with the right girl and the right music) in life than seeing people with 'hope' and happiness.
Chile is also a very, very interesting subject in itself. I frequently curate article by Simon Black, the owner of www.sovereignman.com. He's very big on Chile and how great the climate for entrepreneurs is down there. I'd really like to see it.... and still might someday (before the Rapture). I also noticed some pictures of some pretty girls in the video (I'd been under the impression that Chile didn't have that many).
Whenever I land in Bangkok, I instantly feel the buzz. This is a city that’s alive, unlike any other in the world.
Commerce is everywhere and sometimes it feels that the whole city is one big marketplace.
Bangkok is known across the world for its exhilara
I almost don't know how to take this news. I always used to like Bangkok but I've heard so much bad press about it lately, especially the crime situation, that I pretty much written it off. I suppose like so many things it all depends on whether you're making enough money to live 'above' the bad part.
I think this theory about the real location of the 2nd Jewish Temple makes perfect sense. It's easy to believe that Satin would want as many people as possible to be deceived but it also should be easy to understand that not everybody would be expected to be receptive to the real truth. Even the Jews can't really be expected to know the real location because they didn't even recognize the real Christ. So why would they be expected to be any smarter about the location of the destroyed temple?
Diagnosed with autism at a young age, Jonny Hickey was a young child who struggled with anxiety and many other issues. In fact, his trouble adapting to society and others outside of his familiar circle caused emotional taxation on the whole family.
This could be another Ferguson incident. And it should be if this Melendez pig is allowed to stay on the force. I personally think it's about time for some 'people's courts' to start 'handling' these kinds of incidents.... considering that we no longer have a legal system we can trust. In this case, the key will be to see what the results of the investigation are and what, if anything, the city does about it.
I think I heard that this guy, Sam Kinison, died. I've seen him before, on video, and I think he's really a good comedian. There's a lot of good material in this video but I also know that there's a lot of planning that goes into a comedy routine and I like they way he took 'marriage' (always something people can laugh about) and combined it with something off-the-wall, (fucking dead people). You'll see how it turns out at the end.
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This guy Andy, AKA: The HoboTraveler, really has a life philosophy that he's comfortable with. My friend Mac Klepper, many years ago, did too. And I think I share some of Andy and Mac's philosophy too.
I got this video off of libertycrier.com, which by the way is an excellent alternative news source. It, and infowars.com are my top two sources of good, alternative news.
Anyway, this video of marijuana cells eating cancer cells makes perfect sense it me. I've always felt that marijuana was 'ok' and I fully believe that it has a lot of good uses.
In my book, we'd have a lot happier world if more people smoked 'grass' and less people drank booze. I'm convinced that the only reason marijuana isn't legal is because the 'big money' already owns the liquor industry and they don't want competition from a common weed.
Tito Paris Morna PVV live performance-Tito Paris Morna PVV Live.VOB.ff
I was trying to find a video of people dancing to the Cape Verdean music style known as Morna. Still haven't found it but I did encounter this video, which I saw somewhere else a year or so. I probably blogged it then but of course I have no idea where it went. It might even have been on my Posterous blog where I lost all that content with Posterous shut down.
Anyway, it's music that really qualifies as beautiful.
Sunken treasure is biggest ancient coin discovery in Israel's history, archaeologists say
Interesting. We'll never realize how much rich, ancient, history has been lost. Or how much is still out there, somewhere, just a few inches below the surface of the ground or in relatively shallow water.
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