Friday, September 28, 2007
That project, known as Secure Flight, will take watchlist screening out of the hands of airlines, by having the airlines send PNR data to the government ahead of each flight. While earlier versions included plans to rate passenger's threat level using data purchased from private companies, DHS now proposes only to compare data in the PNR against names on the watchlist, which largely disarmed civil libertarians' opposition to the program.
That's changed for Scannell now, who sees Secure Flight as just another version of ATS.
"They want people to get permission to travel," Scannell said. "They already instituted it for leaving and entering the country and now they want to do it to visit your Aunt Patty in Cleveland."
... wow, Stalin would be proud of them, just like in russia ...
"We now have a younger generation and middle-age generation who are going to think about national politics through the Bush-Clinton prism," said Princeton University political historian Julian Zelizer, 37, whose first chance to vote for president was 1988, the year the first President Bush was elected. And as for the question of fatigue, Zelizer added: "It's not just that we've heard their names a lot, but we've had a lot of problems with their names."
And now, if Hillary Clinton were to be elected and re-elected, the nation could go 28 years in a row with the same two families governing the country. Add the elder Bush's terms as vice president, and that would be 36 years straight with a Bush or Clinton in the White House.
Already, for 116 million Americans, there has never been a time when there wasn't a Bush or Clinton in the White House, either as president or vice president.
... we are waiting for the date of incoronation of the emperor of the amerikas to be determined ...
... not sure if the pope may be holding the cerimony LOL ...
... there is a lack of new emperors in the west, since Napoleon ...
Thursday, September 27, 2007
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Monday, September 24, 2007
Friday, September 21, 2007
from google search: antelope cobbler murder
An "Honest Man" Resigns
... from the tragic kidnaping and murder of former Premier Aldo Moro. ... to an Italian Premier code-named "Antelope Cobbler" in Lockheed memorandums. ...
"Hillary Clinton: I'm not a lesbian"
even if she was, so what ?
congratulations to the press and the tabloids, this seems really the best campaign subject to discuss while the titanic is sinking
to them the honorary oscar for best choice of national problem
... look at this, and feel "more superior", you are not the first, "deja dit et deja vu" ...
"The Nazi Weapons Law of 1938 replaced a Law on Firearms and Ammunition of April 13, 1928. The 1928 law was enacted by a center-right, freely elected German government that wanted to curb "gang activity," violent street fights between Nazi party and Communist party thugs. All firearm owners and their firearms had to be registered. Sound familiar? "Gun control" did not save democracy in Germany. It helped to make sure that the toughest criminals, the Nazis, prevailed."
Gun control breakthrough as six killed in mass shooting
(or, how to use this pretext to pass further racist legislation california-like,
where non-citizens can not buy guns, but "superior" american criminal can,
this is the concept of "freedom" of the kristian koalition klan world)
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
In "The Soul of A Man," director Wim Wenders looks at the dramatic tension in the blues between the sacred and the profane by exploring the music and lives of three of his favorite blues artists: Skip James, Blind Willie Johnson and J. B. Lenoir.
The Case For Dennis Kucinich
"That's a refreshing bit of honesty in a campaign filled with political hot air. Imagine if we had a president who leveled with us instead of lying to us all the time. Imagine a president who told us the hard truths instead of insulting our intelligence. Imagine a country where every kid could go to college, every American had health insurance, every woman had control of her own body, every gay person had equal rights and every senior citizen could retire without fear of poverty."
presidential elections 2008
" "I ask the citizens of Orem: How many of you would like to have your great-grandmother taken from her home with bruises and blood and placed in handcuffs for failing to water her lawn?" attorney Gloria Allred said. "Let's bring sanity back to law enforcement," she said."
... welcome to amerika ...
"The police already had him pinned on the ground. There was no need to use a Taser. I think police enjoy using their Tasers a little too much. It seems they are used for punishing people on the spot. If they do this in a room full of people, can you imagine what they do in private? "
BDSM enforcement, J.D.Hoover and Torquemada would be proud of them, LOLOLOLOL
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
"At this point, we don't have anything punitive that we have proposed," she said. But she said she could envision a day when "you have to show proof to your employer that you're insured as a part of the job interview — like when your kid goes to school and has to show proof of vaccination."
"The centerpiece of her plan is a so-called "individual mandate," requiring everyone to have health insurance the way most states require drivers to purchase auto insurance."
... if you don't they may decide to use the "illuminati" plan, and suspend your breathing priviledges with the cooperation of Dr. Kavorkian, performing for you euthanasia, practice widelly supported by the american theory of eugenetics ... LOLOLOLOL
... why use any other country as a model for a medical system ... earn a profit and the insurance lobby support speculating on people lifes ...
... well, there is probably some truth, on the conflict of interest, forced by the "unformal" pressure of the hosting country ...
... a really functional UN would probably need to be in a really "non alligned" Country, with proven levels of human right sensibility, with no "skeletons in the closet" and without any "blamishes" of human right abuse in their history, like Iceland, or Norway, places that do not wage wars and revolutions on their own, and consequentially don't have any vested interest in interfering with the operations of the UN ...
... that would make neither of US or Venezuela, and many more in the list, elegible ...
Monday, September 17, 2007
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Gates rejects Greenspan claim war is about oil
... now here is the historical dilemma ...
... easy to start but hard to end ...
... how to concile the votes of the ones concerned with human rights ...
... with the votes of the ones concerned with oil profits ...
... double double, toils and trouble (Shakespeare) ...
Saturday, September 15, 2007
Saturday, September 08, 2007
Depression more damaging than some chronic illnesses
let's see, racism plus highest murder rate in any "western" countries, plus eugenetics plus "profitable" unaffordable health system, plus "liberalized" human organ market
how can somebody NOT get depressed in this country ?
maybe have a lobotomy ?
Friday, September 07, 2007
THE COMING STOCK MARKET CRASH: AUGUST 14, 2009.
How do I know this? By spending years watching how the stock market indexes respond to the movements of the planets, especially at times of sudden, large movements.
... wow, even the astrologysts think so, LOL ...
It’s Official: The Crash of the U.S. Economy has begun
Among those poised to profit from the crash is the Carlyle Group, the equity fund that includes the Bush family and other high-profile investors with insider government connections. A January 2007 memorandum to company managers from founding partner William E. Conway, Jr., recently appeared which stated that, when the current “liquidity environment”—i.e., cheap credit—ends, “the buying opportunity will be a once in a lifetime chance.”
The fact that the crash is now being announced by the Post shows that it is a done deal. The Bilderbergers, or whomever it is that the Post reports to, have decided. It lets everyone know loud and clear that it’s time to batten down the hatches, run for cover, lay in two years of canned food, shield your assets, whatever.
Those left holding the bag will be the ordinary people whose assets are loaded with debt, such as tens of millions of mortgagees, millions of young people with student loans that can never be written off due to the “reformed” 2005 bankruptcy law, or vast numbers of workers with 401(k)s or other pension plans that are locked into the stock market.
In other words, it sounds eerily like 2000-2002 except maybe on a much larger scale. Then it was “only” the tenth worse bear market in history, but over a trillion dollars in wealth simply vanished. What makes today’s instance seem particularly unfair is that the preceding recovery that is now ending—the “jobless” one—was so anemic.
Sunday, September 02, 2007
FAA, controllers fight over air safety
bean counters logic applied to safety, or "the ones that threw away the bucks to save the nikels"
would be not nice to have one controller for each flight ?
maybe airlines should solve this problem on their own
have an ATC controller in every plane,
and requalify controllers as dual role navigators
... just joking ...
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