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Interview with Alfred Webre: Exopolitics

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Exopolitics Interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre

Interview by Graham Simms, The Gazette (Halifax, Nova Scotia), University Newspaper, Vancouver, BC

QUESTION: HOW COULD ADVANCED non-terrestrial contact assist us out of our “petroleum-nuclear planetary coffin” and aid us in leading a sustainable society? Where do you see us in, say 11 years [by 2012] and 50 years [by 2050]?

Answer: The essence of exopolitics is that our relationships depend on our interaction. Right now, our official human culture denies the existence of the ecology of intelligent civilizations that surround us in space and among the interactive Universe dimensions. There is not very far that we can get with that kind of denial. We are a sort of autistic civilization, insistent on the fact that we alone are alive. That autism is artificial. It is the result of a ruling network of terrestrial elites who have kept humanity ignorant of the existence of non-terrestrial civilizations for at least the past half-century, since the end of World War II. The autism may also be the result of an information blackout imposed by lower-order non-terrestrials.

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04/03/2009 at 9:55 pm

Crisis? What Crisis?

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By Christopher Ketcham

Singing the Gospel at Crapola’s End

MORE GOOD NEWS IN CRISIS from down the block here in Brooklyn: The realty office that I could almost spit on from my stoop has shut its doors, boarded up the classy windows, sent its half-breed parasites home, no more to feed on the entrails of rent control. Praise be to the realtors out of a job – may they find real work suited to their minds, dealing heroin to children or pulling the wings off flies for re-sale. Good times, I tell you, and the rents falling fast, the bubble-brain-time popping. On the same stretch of street in Brooklyn, the boutiques with their sale signs like epitaph, spray-painted in the colors of the rainbow, desperate-looking, like the owners were fainting as they painted. Jeans for $319 now at 50 percent – a bargain, I’m to understand. Read the rest of this entry »

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04/03/2009 at 9:39 pm

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Hail to the Spleef!

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Did George Washington smoke pot?

By Harvey Wasserman

Did George Washington raise hemp? Did he smoke it? Was he gay? The easy answers are definitely, probably, and maybe. The questions arise with pre-publication of the shocking satire Passions of the Patriots by “Thomas Paine,” which opens with Le General in the hemp-filled embrace of his beloved Marquis de Lafayette.

As Washington’s February 22 birthday approaches, his personal habits say much about today’s America. Like virtually every Revolutionary farmer, the Father of Our Country grew prodigious quantities of hemp. It was (is) a profitable cash crop, easy to grow, with scant demands for cultivation, watering or fertilizing. As a hardy perennial, it needs no year-after-year replanting, nor pesticides or herbicides.

Early American farmers used cannabis for cloth, rope, sails, paper and much more. At various times its cultivation has been mandatory. Kansas was virtually carpeted with it during World War Two. In today’s conversion to a Solartopian economy, the cellulose of its stems and leaves, and the oil from its seeds, could be essential for green ethanol and bio-diesel fuels.

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Written by aurick

04/03/2009 at 5:00 pm

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Economic Downturn

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by Mike Quinsey           2012 Chronicles                             23 Feb 2009

HAVE PATIENCE, as you are only just beginning to see the knock-on effects of the collapse that is bringing down the economy worldwide. With such happenings there are also the first movements towards a new way of overcoming your problems. Rather than try to restore the old systems, the opportunity arises to set your sights upon new ones that are more fair and beneficial to all people. Hitherto, you have been seriously let down by those very people who you trusted to look after your lives.

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Written by aurick

04/03/2009 at 2:57 pm

9/11: Why the official account cannot be true

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The Destruction of the World Trade Center: 9/11:
Why the official account cannot be true

by David Ray Griffin   Authorized Version (with references & notes)

In The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 (2004), I summarized dozens of facts and reports that cast doubt on the official story about 9/11. Then in The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions (2005), I discussed the way these various facts and reports were treated by the 9/11 Commission, namely, by distorting or simply omitting them. I have also taken this big-picture approach, with its cumulative argument, in my previous essays and lectures on 9/11 (Griffin, 2005b and 2005d).[1] This approach, which shows every aspect of the official story to be problematic, provides the most effective challenge to the official story.

But this way of presenting the evidence has one great limitation, especially when used in lectures and essays: It means that the treatment of every particular issue must be quite brief, hence superficial. People can thereby be led to suspect that a more thorough treatment of any particular issue might show the official story to be plausible after all.

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Written by aurick

04/03/2009 at 2:14 pm

“Which do you want first?”

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http://www.moneyasdebt.net/

I WOULD PREFER SOME honest financial journalism for starters.
The monetary system we operate is a debt based, fiat, Fractional Reserve Banking System. In that system money is created out of thin air at the point when a new debt is written which is then spent into the general money supply. Similarly, when the debt is repaid by extracting it from the general money supply, the money is destroyed, disappearing into the black hole from whence it came.

During the term of the debt (loan) it is repaid with interest. However, only the capital was created out of thin air, the interest was not created at all. Therefore, to enable the debtor to pay back the principal plus interest he must take some of someone else’s capital from the general money supply to do that. For there to be enough money in the general money supply to remove more than you put in there must be an ever-increasing number of new loanees adding their newly-created capital to the pot.


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Written by aurick

04/03/2009 at 1:49 pm