Friday, February 26, 2010

easily the most educational (bit)vid i found in 3 years

somewhere in the middle of a comment string

10 comments i posted here this morn

piet said...

land, circa miskno territory, except the indians did it with lightbeams instead of chemicals, passing to target through crystal erected on a far away hillside sacred medicine wheel ground.
Tuesday, February 09, 2010
When The US Poisoned An Entire French Community With Hallucinogens
piglipstick's headline (he is given to write very little other than link text, much like Rowan)

French Government Queries U.S. State Dept. about LSD Attack, Prompted by New Book Release --

"Prompted by a new book release, the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research has received a confidential inquiry from the office of Erard Corbin de Mangoux, head of the French intelligence agency, Directorate General for External Security (DGSE), concerning a recent account of American government complicity in a mysterious 1951 incident of mass insanity in France. The DGSE is the French counterpart of the CIA.

quite a few posts later he still has insanity on his mind and actually writes a few lines about it too:

Capitalism Goes Short On It's Own Death -

It's the sad truth that when people profit on bad things happening, rest assured that we'll see them occur. Here's positive proof capitalism is total insanity.
Guess who will be tapped to cover unlimited losses?

Citi plans crisis derivatives -

"Credit specialists at Citi are considering launching the first derivatives intended to pay out in the event of a financial crisis"

too bad this blog misses out on comment cult... 'florishmentation'

Here he is quoting some body but it might as well be me talking about him ... and i would add: better switch from bullets to bits, easier to carry and they travel quicker, more powerful than monies, gods and golds:
He believes that universal gun ownership was advocated by the Framers of the Constitution as an antidote to a "monopoly of force" bythe government as well as criminals.
February 26, 2010 12:55 AM

piet said...

about that last post of yours, read material and then neoteny .... then those few lines about the kahalian eggings on' (early marriages, demographic incontinence, foetus/alien connection), then Robert Friedman on Mafiya. Voila, mysteries on till well into the future solved.
February 26, 2010 12:59 AM

piet said...
BRILL!!!! Great diggin my drewsyness
February 26, 2010 1:29 AM

piet said...

i am the 355th viewer and i have to say allie ally, as one lover of trees (and folkalley) to another, this is easily the most educational vid i found in 3 years worth of occasional searching. I used to be a full time commentariat of the peace of bust variety, now i have rationed connectivity but i hope my judgment will act as a measure to treasure filter for at least my fans who seem to be lagging so much at the mo that my 13.000 volumes have no placement other than storage and no readers, let alone standing. Between you and Scotland has a lot going for it.... except i expect the 'flood-feed' i feared would visit holland once again may drift in yalls directions .. rather than my books.

first channel response
February 26, 2010 1:44 AM

piet said...

check out iraq for sale
rock for sale poetry

when are we gonna hear your voice then eh????

sooner than mine prolly rite?
February 26, 2010 2:07 AM

piet said...

Making folk a threat again!
February 26, 2010 2:09 AM

piet said...

wv on above: crfacket ... i think i need to launch a word verifier career
February 26, 2010 2:12 AM

piet said...
Privatizing Iraq - The IMF and the Economic Invasion

By: Ryan Harvey, October 2006

via the lyrics page AND from behind the 'lyrics link' (not from 'iraq for sale' though), can't find it here:
February 26, 2010 2:16 AM

piet said...

fresh, for howard zinn

We're standing on the shoulders of people
Who sat, and stood, and fought
And sacrificed their lives at times
So that we'd be better off
I'm talking bout ordinary people
Whose courage held them through
We need many Harriet Tubmans
And we need many Sojourner Truths

Ordinary Heroes

In the factories in Lawrence
And the mines in Trinidad
Grew a spirit of resistance
That spread across the nation
And lit a fire that burned so bright
That it still gives people hope
We need many Big Bill Haywoods
And we need many Mother Jones'

Ordinary Heroes

Great changes don't come about
From some mystical twist of luck
They're the fruits of people sweating and stressing
And never giving up
It takes a lot of hard work and commitment
To lift every voice and sing
We need many Ella Bakers
And we need many Martin Luther Kings

Ordinary Heroes

We're standing on the shoulders of people
Who fought with life and limb
And passed along their trials and errors
To future generations
And the stories that we pass along
Will be the force that draws us in
We need many Woody Guthries
And we need many Howard Zinns

Ordinary Heroes
February 26, 2010 2:17 AM

piet said...
54Mb album
February 26, 2010 2:21 AM


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