Monthly Archives: January 2007

Sex Subliminals From National Geographic

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

I’ve written a brief summary that won’t take much time to read, but it should be read because it might help you to gain a better understanding of subliminals being used and how the powers that be are bombarding you with this in as many ways as they can.Subliminal messages fascinate me. Not just because of their occult nature or by the fact it is another realm supressed by those with the power to do so. When i rarely sit in front of the T.V I’m always looking for hidden symbology of Freemasons or the Illuminati. Subliminals tend to be harder to spot simply because they are designed with the main goal of not giving your concious mind a chance to notice them and critically think about exactly what you are seeing. It’s worth remembering that our brains record enourmous amounts of data so if you don’t register it, it’s worked! The suggestion has gone straight into your unconcious mind. Just like that they have manipulated you a little bit more.

Subliminal messages are interesting because when you crack them and see them for what they are, they expose those that have worked so hard to embed these messages deep into our minds. It certainly makes me wonder how their minds work.

The piece i am talking about now was taken from a National Geographic program about the dangers of crystal meth. It’s a worrying association to make between that of sex drive and dangerous drugs. What you are going to see is a creation of someone working at National Geographic and most likely under specific instruction from his or her managers to create these sexually explicit subliminal messages. This should raise alarm bells to all those that watch TV……

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Moonie & Bush – The Ties That Bind


January 29, 2007 — Moon & Bush. Yesterday, a front organization for Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church, the Universal Peace Federation, held a joint “Ambassadors for Peace National Forum” at the Sheraton National Hotel in Arlington, Virginia with another Moon front operation, United Press International Foundation, and, more interestingly, an organization founded by George H. W. Bush, the Points of Light Foundation. The joint conference is yet another example of the close ties between the Bush family and the Korean organized crime chieftain, self-anointed “Messiah,” and convicted U.S. tax cheat.

The links between these tax-free foundations is also another example of the misuse of the tax code by right-wing political organizations using the cover of religion. The Honorary Chairman of the Points of Light Foundation is George H. W. Bush. Other board members include Neil Bush, Chairman and CEO of Ignite! Inc.; Andrew Card, former chief of staff for George W. Bush; former Bush Sr. Health and Human Services Secretary Louis Sullivan; and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, a 2008 GOP presidential candidate.

Corporate sponsors for the Points of Light Foundation include IBM, Wachovia, Home Depot, Walt Disney Company, Federated Department Stores, KPMG, Time Warner, General Mills, Verizon, J C Penney, and Reader’s Digest.

The ties that bind: King Moon, Queen Moon, and Poppy Bush.

This is a busy week for the Religious Right in Washington. Thursday, Feb. 1, is the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton Hotel. The prayer breakfast is sponsored by the Fellowship Foundation, a contrivance established in the 1930s by a pro-Nazi immigrant from Norway named Abraham Vereide. It is now run by Douglas Coe, a confidant of Vereide. Hillary Clinton, in her biography, called Coe her “spiritual adviser.” George W. Bush and Laura Bush are scheduled to attend the National Prayer Breakfast along with Republican and Democratic members of Congress, foreign ambassadors, governors, and representatives of more than 100 foreign governments.

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More Than 500 Israelis Seek Asylum In Canada

Alex Dobrota, Mark MacKinnon – Globe and Mail, May 27, 2007

Canada is granting residency to growing numbers of Israeli asylum seekers, including ethnic Russians, ultra-orthodox Jews and political dissidents who say they are victims of political or religious persecution in Israel.

This is upsetting Israeli authorities and members of the Jewish community in Canada. They say the refugee claimants are smearing the image of the Middle Eastern state as one that offers a haven to persecuted Jews the world over.

“It upsets people in Israel because immigrant absorption in Israel is a key value,” said Ofir Gendelman, a spokesman for the Israeli embassy in Ottawa. “We’re very hurt when we hear of these claims.”

Israel’s ambassador to Ottawa has recently called the claims “bogus” and urged officials here not to accept Israeli asylum seekers. Mr. Gendelman stressed that Israel is a democratic state with human-rights institutions that serve all of its citizens.

But in many cases, Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board has disagreed.

More than 500 Israelis applied for refugee status in Canada last year, up from 253 in 2000. The acceptance rate rose from 5 per cent to 31 per cent in 2005 and 18 per cent last year, when IRB accepted 45 claims — an implicit recognition that these individuals suffered persecution in a state that could not protect their rights.

“In terms of refugee determination, the [questions are]: does the person have a well-founded fear of persecution, is there no other in-country flight alternative, and is there state protection available?” IRB spokeswoman Melissa Anderson said.

The recent spike in numbers has put Israel in the top 10 countries ranked by the number refugee applications in Canada, along with Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Nigeria and Sri Lanka.

IRB officials are hard pressed to explain the increase in numbers.

Some observers have suggested that the surge in hostilities between Israel and the Palestinians is creating a climate where political dissidence and religious difference is less welcomed.

“Israel is a state that perceives itself as under siege,” said William Sloan, a Montreal lawyer for many ultra-orthodox Jews who say they have been persecuted in Israel. Many ultra-orthodox Jews have publicly disagreed with many of Israel’s policies, including its stand on the conflict with Palestinians.

“Anyone within the walls who tries to break that unity when you’re under siege is not well viewed.”

Shimon Fogel, of the Canada-Israel Committee, said these refugee claimants sometimes draw contempt from established Jewish community members in Canada. Mr. Fogel qualified the claimants as opportunistic migrants seeking a shortcut into Canada’s immigration system.

A notorious case soon to be heard by IRB involves the son of a Yemeni rabbi critical of Israeli authorities, who was jailed during the 1990s after an armed standoff.

Emanuel Meshulam came to Canada in 2005, claiming persecution at the hands of the Israeli police and the spy agency Mossad.

His father, Rabbi Uzi Meshulam, had accused Israel’s European-dominated authorities of abducting hundreds of Yemeni children. The infants were separated from their parents during their chaotic immigration to Israel in the late 1940s.

The disappearance itself stirred much controversy, fuelling allegations that European Jews look down on Jews from Arab countries. Mr. Meshulam’s charges were invalidated in several state investigations.

But in 1994, his armed followers demanded a fresh inquiry. After a standoff, Israeli forces stormed his compound, killing one of his devotees. Since then, Emanuel Meshulam says he was constantly followed by police and at one point threatened at gunpoint by Mossad agents.

“They threatened to take my children away,” he said through a translator.

Other refugees are believed to be Russian-speaking citizens of the former Soviet Union, a group that forms something of an economic underclass, often working in jobs that fall far below their skill levels.

Some refugee applicants are also believed to be Arab-Israelis, many of whom complain of outright racism in Israel since the beginning of the second intifada.

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