Archive for May, 2010

Obama, nuclear disarmament and the support of moderate Arab states by Nahum Barnea

May 30, 2010

Nahum Barnea (Hebrew: נחום ברנע‎) (born 1944) is an Israeli journalist who writes for Yedioth Ahronoth and Ha’Ayin HaShevi’it. He won the Israel Prize in 2007.,7340,L-3896032,00.html

A UN committee in New York made an embarrassing decision, which challenges Israel’s nuclear ambiguity. The Obama Administration sacrificed the immediate Israeli interest on the altar of two matters that are more important in its view: Firstly, nuclear disarmament. Obama adopted the idea, which was actually born in the American Right. Secondly, the support of moderate Arab states, headed by Egypt.

Egypt has trouble accepting something that others possess and it does not. For years, it has engaged in an international campaign against Israeli nukes. There is no contradiction between its struggle against Israel’s nuclear program and its objection to Iranian nukes: It views both as a threat to its security and status.

Israel sustains two blows here: Instead of concern over Iran’s nuclear armament prompting international institutions to close ranks with Israel, it merely worsens our isolation. It would be nice to think that the condemnations of Israel are lip service aimed at serving as cover for harsh, effective measures against Iran. Yet for the time being it doesn’t look like that.



Rethink Gaza policy


The UN decision, in the manner it was drafted, left Netanyahu no choice but to issue a counter-statement. The Turkish-Hamas flotilla also left Israel with one choice only: Trying to hinder it.

Yet when he goes to bed at night, somewhere in Canada, the prime minister would do well to think not only about today and tomorrow, but rather, about two days from now. Perhaps it is time to end the nuclear ambiguity. What was perhaps good for deterring enemies that plot to take over Israel with tanks may not deter an enemy that plots to eliminate Israel with missiles. Israel’s nukes apparently don’t scare Iran. The question is whether they scare anyone in the current-day Middle East.

The Gaza question also begs further thinking. The Gaza blockade has failed apparently. It did not prevent rockets and other weapons from being transferred into the Strip. It did not weaken Hamas. Yet it did present Israel’s security establishment in a ridiculous light. Nobody was able to explain why cilantro, or up until recently clothes, were considered a security threat banned from the Strip.

And if the prime minister is not falling asleep, he can also think about what he’ll be telling President Obama in their upcoming meeting in Washington. Obama will want to get something ahead of his meeting with Mahmoud Abbas. Nice words won’t do.

It appears that everything converges towards autumn – September, October, or November: The Iranian question, Mitchell’s mediation efforts, the settlement freeze, elections in the US, the domestic political pressures, Barak’s timeline, and possibly an indictment against Lieberman.


Time has a strange quality in the Middle East:

When things happen, when we see initiative, when there’s action – time stands still.

On the other hand, when nothing happens, time flies.

The summer had not yet started, yet we already see autumn, with the clouds and wailing winds.

Indeed, the prime minister has plenty to think about in his bed, somewhere in Canada.

 November 22, 2009 — Clinton interviewed by Political journalist Nahum Barnea on Saban Forum, Israel

A very different story of Mary Magdalene

May 22, 2010

 Newly discovered painting that Cayce mentioned:

See a photo of this painting along with this article. Da Vinci’s Mary Magdalene has reddish hair and fair skin with a slight olive tone (see Cayce reading below, noting that she was a beautiful blend of Jewish and Grecian parents). In Da Vinci’s portrait, Mary is in a red dress or cape. It was common practice to paint her with bare breasts and often holding a skull. Da Vinci reveals the breasts but removes the skull.

Here’s Edgar Cayce’s reading on her appearance.

“Q: Please describe the personal appearance of the body [of Mary Magdalene] at that time.

“A: This is well drawn by Da Vinci, as well as in that by Blum [Blaum?] – The Magdalene. A body five feet four inches (5’4”) in height, weight a hundred and twenty-one (121) pounds in the general. Hair almost red. The eyes were blue. The features were those impelled both from the Grecian and Jewish ancestry.” (295-8)

According to Cayce’s readings, the soul that was Mary Magdalene (#295 in the Cayce files) began her incarnations in this world as the princess Amliea in Atlantis, with a talent for maintaining the life force in physical bodies through magnetic treatments, presumably using the famed Atlantean crystal. In one case, she actually purified a friend’s body of possession-like influences. As a result of being highborn and talented, she experienced the pomp and ceremony that came with such. But according to the Sleeping Prophet’s reading, she did not handle the recognition well, becoming discontented with the people to the point that she began acting against them and their ways, taking names and holding grudges. She had the magic within her to channel the higher forces into the Earth realms yet a personality that tended toward contention and strife against any who opposed her.

In her second major incarnation, men were now ruling, unlike Atlantean times when women ruled. She was the temple musician Islta in Egypt during the time of the high priest Ra Ta (an incarnation of Edgar Cayce’s soul). When the high priest was banished for his misdeeds, she counseled Pharaoh to reinstate the priest for the sake of the higher good for all. Once Ra Ta was restored, she continued her temple musician duties, which again allowed her to channel the Creative Forces to improve the vibrations in human bodies and minds. The sleeping Cayce said that many of her compositions will be recovered when the “yet uncovered” pyramids are found.
In the Egyptian incarnation, she developed a distrust of men. Also, her sense of discontent with this world and most people increased.

The next significant incarnation was as Mary Magdalene. Cayce’s reading of the Akashic Record says that she did indeed become a courtesan in the Roman courts and a harlot among the men of her people. Cayce’s readings also identify her as the Mary who was the sister of Martha and Lazarus and the woman who, caught in adultery and condemned to be stoned, was let go by Jesus’ statement: “Let him who is without sin cast the first stone.”

Cayce says that she was 22 when Jesus raised her brother from the tomb, causing many changes within her. Cayce goes on to explain that she and others found it strange to share life with her recently deceased brother, who once again lived among them. When she was 23, the readings state that “Christ cleansed her from seven devils: avarice, hate, self-indulgence, and those of the kindred selfishnesses; hopelessness and blas-phemy.”

She joined with Mary, the mother of Jesus, in the disciple John’s household, which also included Elois (sister of the Mary that was the mother of John and James). There were also many visits from several of the dis-ciples. Sadly, Martha, Lazarus, and James “the Lesser” (John’s brother) had all been killed in the first wave of Roman crackdowns on followers of Jesus Christ. Cayce’s readings say that the officials felt that Lazarus had to be killed because he was a walking reminder of Christ’s miracles.

Cayce says that, like her brother, Mary Magdalene became a kind of “monument, as a memorial, to the activity of the Christ life upon the life of a soul” in this world because she had been a “sinner” and was purified and energized to a new way of thinking and acting. Her presence was a blessing to many, including Romans who had known her before and after the cleansing.

This little household lived in John’s summer home on Lake Gennesaret, but the increasing crackdowns forced them to move north to Ephesus, and there they remained until their deaths.

When asked if Mary Magdalene had been Jesus’ lover, Cayce clearly replied that she had not. Jesus wanted to be, and was, “her savior,” not her lover. But this lover idea is sure selling a lot of books and resulted in a major motion picture.

The idea of that the progeny of Mary Magdalene and Jesus are living today fits nicely within our grow-ing interest in the genetic code and its impact on future generations. Blood lines have always been a fascination for humans. But, as exciting as it may be to think that Jesus’s heirs may be living quietly in Europe, it is not true according to Cayce’s reading of the Akashic records.

After her life as Mary Magdalene, her next major incarnation picked up on her royal birth in Atlantis. This time she was the daughter of the last of the Louises, Louis XVI of France. Again she was facing mounting contention from the people ruled by her family. When Louis resigned and the rebellion began, she escaped the fate of the rest of her family by fleeing with great stealth to Austria and changing her name to Marie Augusta.

In her soul’s next incarnation, she joined with Edgar Cayce’s little band of visionaries to help build the Association for Research and Enlightenment. Her name was Mildred Davis. Her special healing talents were once again apparent, as the “sleeping” Cayce selected her to be among the seven initial members of the Glad Helpers Prayer Group. Edgar Cayce once had a dream about her in which she announced to everyone in the group that she was going to foretell what the next Cayce reading would say!

In this incarnation, the readings said that she needed to overcome her mistrust of men and her conten-tious spirit against people with different opinions. He also encouraged her to hold on to her deep understanding of the importance of not condemning self, which Jesus planted in her when he said, “Neither do I condemn thee.”

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Edgar Cayce’s more than fourteen thousand readings contain several that prophesy major physical changes to our planet. And many of these were not the suspected Halaliel readings that some feel may be inaccurate, because they were given around the time that Cayce lost his center, during the Great Depression, and his state of mind was not the best.


 13th Floor Elevators, Easter Everywhere

A Hidden Agenda

May 17, 2010


Maurice Strong with You Know Who,2933,592805,00.html

BECK: All right. Before we went to the break I was telling you about Maurice Strong. I want to show you his resume over here.

Now, this is — this is all about the new America Power Act, it’s cap-and-trade, climate bill. Here’s his picture.

He is currently an advisor to China. He was the godfather of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. He is a key player in the U.N., the World Bank and the Earth Council. He was once on the board of the now defunct Commission on Global Governance. Hmm!

I guess you get a lot of experience to be able to write those, you know, those novels when you do all of those things because you’re right there. Anyway, he pushed to get $600 billion sent to the developing world as reparations for a century of industrial development and environmental degradation. Hmm! So, take it from the rich. Got it?

He also was in business with Al Gore while Al Gore was in the Senate. He worked with him on environmental issues. On Earth Day, 1995, vice president then, Al Gore, visits Strong’s green technology company and then later he helps steer $33 million in taxpayer money — your money — to the Molten Metal Technology Company, which is interesting because that money was a — government hand-outs was the only source of income for this company.

And when the government started to say, OK, you know, I don’t think we’re going to pay you anymore. It folded. We stopped sending them money when it was apparent that Molten Metal didn’t actually do anything.

Oh, by the way, Strong cashed out his stocks at the peak, just before they made the announcement on a Sunday that the government cheese was drying up. He made $15 million. Everybody else lost money.

He’s extremely well-connected. He is very powerful. I mean, he’s with World Bank and everybody else. He’s not just some guy. This is a big fish we’re bringing into the boat.

Tell me you knew Maurice Strong. Had you ever heard of him? This guy is really powerful and rich. George Soros we knew. Did you know this guy before we exposed him? How about this guy? Do you know who they are?

I think — one of my producers that shall remain unnamed when we found the stuff that we’re on today cried. Could be wrong if you who are unnamed, but I don’t think so, because she realized what we’re dealing with here and who we’re dealing with. It’s not good stuff.

They’ll leave the illusions in place until the “E” word arrives — an emergency. An emergency. Gosh, there’s no emergency that can happen, huh? Like 20 percent unemployment, dollar collapsing, Greece and all of Europe on fire and chaos?

What happens when the emergency arrives? Germany is bailing them out now. And now, the IMF is saying to Greece what they can and cannot do. Where is their freedom?

They are being told now who they can hire and fire. They’ll look over all the budgets. Excuse me? That is the perfect socialist union.
How is it working out for you now, Greece?

The American power act has nothing to do with American power, unless it means redistribution of America’s power from the American people to the global elite. Find out all you can. Maurice Strong, send it now.

Maurice Strong

Maurice Strong is a board member of the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX). He is a former Secretary General of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and a leading architect of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, an international agreement that set binding greenhouse gas (GHG)-reduction targets for 37 industrialized countries.

In 1995 Strong headed a Massachusetts-based company called Molten Metal Technology, Inc. (MMTI), which claimed to have invented a process for recycling metals from waste but had failed to demonstrate that the technology could work on a commercial scale. Another MMTI leader was Peter Knight, the firm’s registered lobbyist and Al Gore’s former top Senate aide. On “Earth Day” in April 1995, Gore traveled to MMTI’s headquarters and praised the firm for its environmentally responsible work. At that time, MMTI had already received more than $25 million in U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) research-and-development grants. And although the company had no other sources of revenue, Gore’s laudatory speech caused its stock value to soar to $35 per share.

But in March 1996, MMTI’s corporate officers learned that the DOE was planning to drastically cut back its funding in the near future. Between March and October 1996, seven MMTI officers—including Maurice Strong—quietly sold off $15.3 million in personal shares in the company, whose per-share value continued to hover around $35. Then on October 20, MMTI issued a press release announcing, for the first time, that its DOE subsidies would be scaled back dramatically. The next day, MMTI’s stock plunged by 49%, and it eventually dwindled to a mere $5 per share. In early 1997, stockholders filed an insider-trading class action suit against MMTI and its officers. The suit closely resembled a previous insider-trading lawsuit in which Maurice Strong had also been involved.

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In The Capitalist Welfare State, Lund University economist Andreas Bergh explains how Sweden has managed to increase economic productivity despite its large public sector.

Bergh says that despite popular mythology, Sweden is not a socialist success story but instead owes its economic growth to the lowered tax rates and deregulation of the early 1990s, which allowed innovation and investment to flourish. Bergh also discusses how Sweden’s national voucher program revitalized the country’s educational system and warns that Americans who are hoping to emulate Swedish success by growing the public sector are learning the wrong lessons from Sweden.

Produced by Ted Balaker and Daniel B. Klein; filmed by Jonathan Liberman and Henrik Devell; edited by Zach Weissmueller; with special thanks to Niclas Berggren, Martin Borgs, Nils Karlson, and the Ratio Institute .

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That’s what the war of love is for

May 14, 2010

The American Power Act Is a Global Power Grab,2933,592785,00.html


At the time by the U.N. secretary general for the Earth Summit. He’s now one of the directors — board of directors of CCX.

This is what he said:

“What if a small group of these word leaders were to conclude that the principal risk to the earth comes from their actions, the actions of rich countries?

And in order to save the planet the group decides isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse?

Isn’t that it our responsible to bring this all about?”

Now, I want to be very clear here because we talked to the reporter that did this interview in 1990 up in Canada, and I want to be very clear.

He was fantasizing about the plot of a novel he was thinking about writing.

Yes. I want to show you the list of novels that Maurice Strong has written before 1990. Here it is. None. None. Again, he’s never written a novel.

But — but this is 1990. And he had this great — because that sounds like a great plot, doesn’t it? How many has he written since? None. None. Wow! Wow! That’s — hmm. You know what? He’s been busy.

He’s got this great novel idea, but he hasn’t had time to do it because he’s involved in collapsing the global economies into the hands of a global government.

Isn’t that interesting? It’s almost like his book — hmm. Maybe it’s performance art.

This isn’t about CO2. It’s not about the planet. You know what this is about?

This is about the evil rich people in the world, namely you, because remember, you’re the wealthiest 10 percent in the world.

I think you might be in the wealthiest 1 percent in the world.

This is about the evil rich countries — in other words, you. That’s what this is about.

The guy’s name is Maurice Strong. It goes without saying he’s a socialist. He’s also Canadian.

I want to show — they don’t necessarily go hand in hand. I know a lot of great Canadians.

I want to show you his resume and then I need your help.

All the President’s Men,2933,592905,00.html


There’s a threat, a small group of people that believe there’s a threat to the Earth, and the rich countries are the problem, OK? And they got to collapse the system.

We already know what they’re doing. They’re spending money — billions of dollars globally, globally.

You and I know the Greece thing is not going to work. The market knows the Greece thing is not going to work. Why would we spend $1 trillion? Why?

Why is Fannie and Freddie? Why does Fannie and Freddie have an open door to spending? Nobody even asks us anymore. They can spend whatever they want. Why?

Let’s go to redistribution of wealth. Here’s Andy Stern. He’s now on Obama’s board of fiscal advisors.

Listen to what he says about redistribution of wealth.

STERN: The government has a major opportunity to distribute wealth, through the EITC, through tax policies, through minimum wages, through living wages.

The government has a role in distributing wealth or social benefits like Medicare, Medicaid, children’s health insurance.

There are opportunities in America to share better in the wealth, to rebalance the power.

And unions and government are part of the solution.

Workers of the world unite. OK? Understand that we’re not talking about giving — taking my money and giving it to the poor here in America.

We are talking about taking — this is a group of people that believe in global government.

He himself says, “Workers of the world unite.”

So, it’s not just taking the rich man’s money and giving it to somebody poor here in America, we’re all the richest 10 percent in the world.

If you live here, we all are the richest 10 percent.

How about Obama himself? What does he say about it?

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: It’s not that I want to punish your success. I just want to make sure that everybody who is behind you, that they’ve got a chance for success, too.

Everybody’s so pinched that business is bad for everybody and I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.

One of the — I think — the tragedies of the civil rights movement was because the civil rights movement became so court-focused

I think that there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing, and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalition of power through which you bring about redistributive change.

And, in some ways, we still suffer from that.

Explain that. If you think we’re going to keep America as it is, explain just that quote.

With all the things you’ve seen, explain it. Have your friends explain it now.

OK. So, now, let’s go to the science czar, John Holdren.

You remember, he wants the sterilants in drinking water, you know, in case. And that was just academic.

This guy — what did he say of distribution of wealth?


I think, ultimately, the rate of growth of material consumption is going to have to come down and there’s going to have to be a degree of redistribution of how much we consume in terms of energy and material resources in order to leave room for people who are poor to become more prosperous.

OK. So we have to downgrade.

Now, let’s go to Maurice Strong again — talking about collapsing the economy.

I’ll show you what he wants and the end of this story next.





Joel Rogers

  • Founder of the New Party, COWS, the Apollo Alliance, Green For All, Emerald Cities
  • Original mastermind of “the green economy”

    Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX)

  • Describes itself as “North America’s only cap-and-trade system for all six greenhouse gases”
  • Received startup grants totaling $1.1 million from the Joyce Foundation in 2001-02, when Barack Obama sat on the foundation’s board
  • Closely tied to Al Gore’s company, Generation Investment Management
  • A key Chicago Climate Exchange board member is Maurice Strong, who has a history of insider-trading transgressions.


    Moody Blues A Question of Balance

    1. Question

    High flyin’ bird

    May 10, 2010


    ‘There’s a high flyin’ bird, flying way up in the sky,

    And I wonder if she looks down, as she goes on by?

    Well, she’s flying so freely in the sky.

    Lord, look at me here, I’m rooted like a tree here,

    Got those sit-down, can’t cry Oh Lord, gonna die blues.

    Now the sun it comes up and lights up the day,

    And when he gets tired, Lord, he goes on down his way,

    To the east and to the west, He meets God every day.

    Lord, look at me here, I’m rooted like a tree here,

    Got those sit-down, can’t cry Oh Lord, gonna die blues.

    Now I had a woman Lord, she lived down by the mine,

    She ain’t never seen the sun, Oh Lord, never stopped crying.

    Then one day my woman up and died, Lord, she up and died now.

    Oh Lord, she up and died now.

    She wanted to die, And the only way to fly is die, die, die.

    There’s a high flyin’ bird, flying way up in the sky,

    And I wonder if she looks down as she goes on by?

    Well, she’s flying so freely in the sky.

    Lord, look at me here, I’m rooted like a tree here,

    Got those sit-down, can’t cry, Oh, Lord, gonna die blues.’

    1. High Flyin’ Bird
    2. Runnin’ ‘Round This World
    3. That’s Alright
    4. In the Morning
    5. J.P.P. McStep B. Blues
    6. Go to Her
    7. Up or Down
    8. Mexico
    9. Have You Seen the Saucers



    May 6, 2010


    Solo voy con mi pena
    Sola va mi condena
    Correr es mi destino
    Para burlar la ley
    Perdido en el corazn
    De la grande Babylon
    Me dicen el clandestino
    Por no llevar papel

    Pa’ una ciudad del norte
    Yo me fui a trabajar
    Mi vida la dej
    Entre Ceuta y Gibraltar
    Soy una raya en el mar
    Fantasma en la ciudad
    Mi vida va prohibida
    Dice la autoridad

    Solo voy con mi pena
    Sola va mi condena
    Correr es mi destino
    Por no llevar papel
    Perdido en el corazn
    De la grande Babylon
    Me dicen el clandestino
    Yo soy el quiebra ley

    Mano Negra clandestina
    Peruano clandestino
    Africano clandestino
    Marijuana illegal

    Solo voy con mi pena
    Sola va mi condena
    Correr es mi destino
    Para burlar la ley
    Perdido en el corazn
    De la grande Babylon
    Me dicen el clandestino
    Por no llevar papel

    Argelino, Clandestino!
    Nigeriano, Clandestino!
    Boliviano, Clandestino!
    Mano Negra, Ilegal!

    Alone I go with my sorrow
    Alone goes my sentence
    To run is my destiny
    To escape the law
    Lost in the heart of the great Babylon
    They call me
    For not having any papers

    To a city of the north
    I went to work
    I left my life
    Between Ceuta and
    I’m a line in the sea
    A ghost in the city
    My life is forbidden
    So says the authority

    Alone I go with my sorrow
    Alone goes my sentence
    To run is my destiny
    For having no papers
    Lost in the heart
    Of the great Babylon
    They call me clandestine
    I’m the lawbreaker

    Black Hand clandestine
    Peruvian clandestine
    African clandestine
    Marihuana illegal

    Alone I go with my sorrow
    Alone goes my sentence
    To run is my destiny
    To escape the law
    Lost in the heart of the great Babylon
    They call me
    For not having any papers

    Algerian, Clandestine
    Nigerian, Clandestine
    Bolivian, Clandestine
    Black Hand, Illegal

    Newt Gingrich on immigration,2933,592282,00.html

    VAN SUSTEREN: Mr. Speaker, so many issues on our plate tonight, but let me start first right down in Arizona with immigration. What would you do?

    GINGRICH: I would pass a comprehensive national immigration bill. I would control the border. I’d make English the official language of government. I would make very clear that we are pro-legal immigration.

    I would have a legal guest worker program that was outsourced to American Express, Visa or Mastercard so you didn’t have the kind of fraud you’d have with the federal bureaucracy.

    I’d be very tough on American employers because you wouldn’t have anybody being working illegally if you didn’t have employers who are hiring them illegally.

    So I think there is a program — what I wouldn’t do is blame the people of Arizona, who are frightened, who see their federal government failing totally, and who have had casualties, literally, a local rancher killed, policeman killed, serious problems. So the answer is not Arizona, the answer is Washington.

    And the federal government should do its job.

    VAN SUSTEREN: All right, why won’t the federal government do its job? Because it’s not like this problem just arose about a week or two weeks ago. People have been talking about immigration at least going — I mean, as far back as President Reagan. Everyone’s been talking about securing the borders, doing all this stuff.

    But we’ve got zero done or almost zero.

    GINGRICH: No, you’re exactly right. When President Reagan signed the Simpson-Mazzoli immigration bill, which ended up giving amnesty to three million, he wrote in his diary that he signed the bill because we had to get control of the border. We had to have a guest worker program.

    And we had to make sure employers did not hire illegally.

    All three of those promises failed. And I think you have to put blame on both parties for refusing to take seriously the challenges we’re faced with.

    You didn’t have, under Republicans, any real effort to control the border, and you don’t have under Democrats any real effort to control the border. What Arizona is telling us is that this problem is now serious enough that we need to confront it, deal with it.

    I would hope, as a rare break from his normal practice, that the president would be willing to be genuinely bipartisan and insist on listening to everybody, but hammer out a bill, which means, by the way, the labor unions have to accept a large guest worker program and a large 401B visa program, both of which the labor unions have opposed.

    And it means that the right has to accept some path not to citizenship but to legality for people who are in the United States. I think this will be a very contentious issue, but I think it’s got to be done in a way which brings people together and not ignored any longer.

    The answer is not to attack Arizona. The answer is to solve the problem in Washington.

    VAN SUSTEREN: All right, now, there’s no secret who’s running the government now. The Democratic Party has the White House, the House and the Senate. So do you — they’ve got all the authority to sort of drive this engine.

    Do you see anything coming out of any of those three entities to show a serious commitment to resolving the illegal immigration problem?

    GINGRICH: No. What we’ve seen so far has been a cynical and deliberately political effort to turn the immigration debate into an effort to isolate Republicans from Latinos. It has been totally calculated. It’s been signaled for the last two months.

    And it is, frankly, fairly, I think, disgusting and inappropriate to see the Democrats try use this issue. This is a serious national problem, and it’s a problem we ought to address and solve. It has to start with controlling the border, but it has to include a lot more than that, and I think we need a comprehensive program.

    VAN SUSTEREN: All right, just to be fair, when the Republican Party had the White House under President Bush 43, did you see serious commitment to immigration reform, illegal immigration reform?

    GINGRICH: Well, look, I mean, in all — in all fairness, while I disagreed with the bill, John McCain and Edward Kennedy did produce a bill. The president did hold a press conference in the Rose Garden. But bill collapsed because it was essentially out of touch with the reality of the American people. And the same thing will happen again.

    There’s a rumor that the Democrats may try to pass a bill that gives amnesty to 10 million people and allows them to register as citizens and vote simultaneously. That kind of a bill will shatter the Democratic Party even more than it’s already been hurt by big government and big health care and big deficits.

    If that’s the direction they go in, they’ll get nothing done.

    John McCain on immigration

    Reference: McCain-Kennedy Immigration Reform Bill; Bill S.1639 ; vote number 2007-235 on Jun 28, 2007

    Proponents recommend voting YES because:If we do not legislate now, we will not legislate later this year when our calendar is crowded with Iraq and appropriations bills. We are then an election year, and it will be pushed over to 2009. Circumstances will not be better then, they will be worse.

    A vote against cloture is a vote to kill the bill. A Senator may vote for cloture and then express himself in opposition to the bill by voting against the bill.

    Opponents recommend voting NO because:If this bill becomes law, we will see only a 13% reduction in illegal immigration into America, and in the next 20 years we will have another 8.7 million illegals in our country. How can that be reformed? I submit this would be a disaster.

    The Congressional telephone systems have shut down because of the mass phone calls Congress is receiving. A decent respect for the views of the American people says let’s stop here now. Let’s go back to the drawing board and come up with a bill that will work.

    The American people get it, and they do have common sense and wisdom on this issue. They know repeating the fundamental mistakes of the 1986 bill, joining a big amnesty with inadequate enforcement, will cause the problem to grow and not diminish. They know promising enforcement after 30 years of broken promises isn’t good enough.

    They know the so-called trigger is a joke because if the trigger is never pulled, the Z visas, the amnesty happens forever.

    11 dems voted no

    Dems did not want to hand bush a victory

    I heard an idiot on fox news this morning say this came

    From the wrong party

    What kind of !@#$ is that?!

    These people have blood on their hands

    Playing politics when lives and livelihoods are at stake

    Dumb asses and ingrates?

    I took a little heat yesterday for referring to the Hispanic Latino voting bloc as dumb asses and ingrates

    For not voting for McCain

    And that I was tired of their threats

    If you go to above link you will see 7 states which decided the 2008 election

    And if that particular voting bloc in those 7 states made the difference

    Then yes I think them dumb asses and ingrates

    For drinking Obama’s juice

    His words not mine



    May 2, 2010


    This brings us to one of the strangest concepts concerning soul relationships, that of “Twin Souls.” As we have already seen, a soul possesses both the male and female forces within itself prior to entering the duality of the Earth.

    As the soul enters the world it usually selects one of its two sexual natures and projects the unique characteristics of this sex while incarnate.

    As difficult as it may be to understand, the unmanifested sexual part of our soul can actually incarnate at the same time we do.

    In other words, our soul, which is much more complex than we have imagined, is capable of separating its dual sexual nature into two separate and distinct entities, one male and the other female, and each of these two entities can incarnate into the Earth at the same time in separate bodies that usually complement the present sex.

     That is to say that somewhere out there in the physical world is literally our other half – the other sexual aspect of our soul!

    Fortunately, there are some examples of this in the Cayce readings. One of the more notable is a group of four souls who, in their present incarnation, were husband, wife, eldest son and a female business associate who was also a very close friend of the family.

    The husband was told through Cayce readings that his present wife was his soul-mate and that his life would never have reached its fullest potential without her. However, it went on to say that the female business associate and close friend of the family was his “twin soul”; in other words, she was the other sexual half of his complete soul.

    Furthermore, his wife’s twin soul was their eldest son! I realize how bizarre all of this sounds, but the dynamics and dimensions of life are simply far greater than we imagine.

    Of course, not all examples are as closely knit as this example from the Cayce readings. Generally, the twin soul relationship is presently found among spouses, friends, occasionally as parent and child, and sometimes the twin soul isn’t even incarnate at the same time.

    However, there does seem to be a pattern that most twin soul relationships follow.

    In their early incarnations together they tend to be mates or at least seek a lover’s relationship with each other, while in later incarnations with each other they tend to seek less sexually involved relationships and more work-related activities together, especially when the work has a soul purpose.

    This could be due to the involution/evolution process where, in the early periods of the descent into materiality they tended to continue their self-seeking, self-satisfying pursuits; but on the ascent toward a return to spirituality they tended to seek more holistic purposes and relationships.

    That is not to say that all present sexual relationships are self-seeking. From the Cayce material we find healthy support for marriage and home, and all the natural sexual aspects that are a part of the union of two in love and mutual caring.

    Computer rendered voice reading an article found at

    The World’s Most Mysterious Man

    Edgar Cayce’s NDEs and revelations


    If you have ghosts, then you have everything!