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Bill Clinton’s Haitian ‘aid’ campaigning was all a big fraud

How many times did Bill Clinton pose himself as wanting to save the US made impoverished Haiti? I lost count. Well now a study shows it was all a big fraud, with most of the so called US aid to Haiti going to US companies, and only 1% of it to Haitians themselves! Yes, that's right. ...just 1%! And the study also found that the biggest recipient of U.S. aid after the earthquake was Chemonics International, a for-profit international development company based in Washington, D.C., that has more than 4,800 employees. These are US corporate creeps posing as international saviours alongside their co-partners, The Pentagon. See Study Finds Haiti Aid Largely Went to US Groups

The real reason why Mexico can’t hold an honest election

Mexican leftist candidate wants presidential election annulled ___The real reason why Mexico can't hold an honest election, is that the US government colludes, time after time, in rubber stamping its approval for allowing Mexican presidential candidates the US wants in top office to commit wholesale electoral fraud without any international protest or investigation. The US and its international allies simply turn a blind eye and deaf ear away from what Mexican superrich are doing to their own people, with support from US corporate and government elites.

Bank of America to Americans: “You gonna be our bitch”

Yes, our old friends who took a billion dollar gift from America, paid no taxes... Got us again. Seems they're going to make the consumers pay for regulations which prevented them from unannounced and hidden fees. The smug perfectly manicured bastard interviewed by NBC news said: "People should complain to their congressmen" because Congress told them they're not allowed to steal (sometimes not allowed) from us and thus they "lost" MONEY THE THIEVING BASTARDS DIDN'T ALREADY HAVE, IT WAS STILL OUR MONEY AND THEY WERE PROHIBITED FROM STEALING IT. Yes, by those calculations, anybody who buys a watchdog or installs a burglar alarm Owes The Burglars Compensation. The Smiling Smug with the hands that never touched a shovel said "Well, somebody's got to make up the cash, it's just going to have to be the Consumers" .. Like he ever gave two shits about the well being of consumers. Watch as they give out another billion in year end bonus payments, and sneer at us Mere Peasants who dare to believe we shouldn't be ripped off. And they wonder why people throw airplanes at their buildings. I put "Ron Paul 2012" in the tags just because so many Tea Bag Morons are looking for it and it'll show up in their google search.

Capitalism on the hoof: They’re selling air at chocolate prices.

Not the Homeland Security scam again, (they RENT the air, you don't get to keep it) but a Very Large Un-named Chocolate Company whose name rhymes with Smershey. They have a new version of a a product that rhymes with Lisses and you can see I'm milking this joke for all it's worth. Which, since it is a real product therefore not a real joke. But it's made with whipped chocolate meaning... lots of air to fill up that little tinfoil so they don't have to put in nearly as much chocolate and still make you feel good about paying a higher price. They suck. Not much more one can say about it. but I'm going to try. Seems some mini wars their parent corporation (BigPig Investments, Inc) has stirred up to make Nigeria pay the Oil Companies more money for the privilege of giving up Their Oil, has spilled over into Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana... In other words, Chocolate Prices go up. Somewhat of a bind for the investors who would have two excruciating choices: Sell the beach house or screw the customers. Since screwing the customers is the closest they ever get to having real sex the choice, while painful, had to be made and the customers get to buy air. They even have "air" in the name. It's kind of like this neighborhood I lived in in Ft Worth, Polytechnic Heights. Sounds really good right? Yeah, kind of like that. They can sell less product for more money, use Air in the name and make it sound like something other than a dumping ground for poor people.

Straight blogger confesses he’s lesbian

So a retired Air Force man has to fess up that he was "Paula Brooks," editor of the blog LEZ GET REAL. More critically, Bill Graber, 58, of Ohio, was a shill for fellow hoaxer Thomas MacMaster aka the Gay Girl In Demascus, whose wife Britta Froelicher has yet to be implicated directly, though she's a Syria scholar at a Neocon leaning institution, and as supposed activists, their talking points are concern trollishly generic. With Graber unmasked, LezGetReal is being handed off to alternating erstwhile shill "Linda Carbonell", who says she doesn't use her married name La Victoire lest she jeopardize her husband's job with the government. "Victory?" Hello? Commenters are all LOL because LezGetReal still won't get a real lesbian for an editor, and tittering because Graber and MacMaster flirted online, unknowingly middle-aged-man-on-man. Heehee, yeah, I don't think so. MSM interviewers ponder that no one appeared to intend harm, but aren't they missing a wooded Virginia campus for the trees? If psy ops programs were indeed coordinating trolls, what do you think the motley crew would look like? No doubt you've encountered your share already, a drearily uncreative bunch, frequently on the fringe of the military, with their fingers in many pies, the gay issue being not so distantly DoD-related.   "Paula Brooks" was one of the smelly loose ends of the Tom MacMaster Amina Arraf hoax, so I'm glad that someone smoked Graber out. But on the other hand I'm not. I intended, with the title of this post, to lampoon the now repeated twist of lesbian bloggers turning out to be straight men. To get attention now, you'd have to be a straight blogger who is discovered to really be a lesbian. But then no one meant to bring this kind of attention to themselves, you'd think. Maybe you'd be wrong. The worst element of this fraudulent blogger meme, is the seed of mistrust which increasingly poisons the internet. The only edge the established media had on the blogosphere was an inherent credibility, the indoctrination that if something is in print, it must be true. Though MSM journalism has been losing ground to the superior investigative output of the internet, hoaxes such as this work in their favor. Although it's been fun to unmask these frauds, and seek credit for the collar, the more attention paid to the story, the more eroded becomes the public trust. Yes, we've proven that the net will find you out, or more precisely CAN find you out. But what's our success rate? It feels like 100%, but that counts only the identities we question. There's no telling how many frauds remain undetected. And worse, internet sleuths are slashing away at the very anonymity they cherish. To be a credible voice now, you have to be completely out, you have to show your papers basically. Who celebrates that? We may think we've embarrassed MacMaster and Graber and Froelicher and La Victoire, but if they are indeed intelligence spoilers, they can go right back underground and on to the

Given the recent city council and Chamber of Commerce funding

And endorsement... How, for instance, does Steve Bach afford signs plastered all over town the very minute he announces his candidacy? Princess Lisa Czeladtko, Jim Leigh? Supposedly non-politicians, right? "Business" men and women, right? Seems mighty coincidental. Also that they're part of a so-called "isolationist" political party, or "strict nationalist" and whatever other bullshit way they want to describe their Überpatriotisch mask? But wait, sez ye, what would the Chambers of Commerce have to do with, say, foreign governments including the (GASP!) British Crown financing the Republican and Tea Party candidates, especially since the Tea Party claim to be Revolutionaries, eh? Celebrating the casting off of the Throne and the Crown Governors? OH... THOSE "grass roots" Corporate Astroturf "patriots". There's what, Emirates chipping in bread to the Campaign Slush Funds of the ones who manipulate the Racist Freaks? The anti-Muslim racists who think that Turkey is about to take over the world? Or Iran, or China, or Russia, or Mexican Migrant Workers or whoever their so-called preachers tell them the New AntiChrist is this week? Hmmmmm... All those bright shiny professional looking signs, hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on campaigns for political offices which pay less than that for the entire term? Like Monty Brewster, character portrayed by Richard Pryor said "it's because they'll be able to steal it back---with interest". Now, the Chambers of Commerce were confronted with this when they were spending billions of dollars buying a Brand New Tame Congress... Now, we KNOW why the Chamber of Congress would want to control government in America, it would be a perfect springboard for Korporate Diktatorship like Scott Walker in WI or Rick GoodHair in Texas, spending Public Funds to enforce slave wages and other economic giveaways for their Corporate Sponsors. The cops, prosecutors and judges needed to keep filing RICO charges against unions, the penitentiaries, the wars to seize assets from other nations, those cost a lot of money and the Chambers of Commerce are getting them delivered for a song. And massive tax breaks too. So it's easy to see why THEY would want to buy an election. Preferably with somebody elses money. But what, what what would the Emir of Kuwait or the Queen of England want to buy an "american" election for? Ending a sentence a preposition with. Twice. The Chambers of Commerce said that even though Foreign Princes clearly violates every principle of the Constitution and it's THE single most "Commonly Consensual Original Intent" of the so-called Founding Fathers who their TeaBag Moron Minions worship as though they were gods.... that the princes and kings and queens and other foreign governing agents giving them more money than they get from American sources doesn't mean anything because they, knowing that it's illegal to use such funds for campaign contributions, bribery and other forms of lobbying, use those Foreign Funds for operating expenses and only spend the American Bread for campaigns, lobbying and other forms of bribery. Let's say I've got two jobs. Hasn't happened in a while but.. But one paycheck goes to

Remember Fred Thompson and his Little Red Pickup?

The one that he had somebody deliver to a short driving distance from his rallies, so he could pretend to be "jes plain folks"? He's doing Bankster Commercials. Yep. Working for an investment group, who are hawking a "reverse mortgage". While being a Republican and therefore supporting their loud cries for the Government to cut off any loan guarantees, he smoothly lies to the people and says it's a Government Backed Guarantee. What a hypocrite. Fits right in. If I had any doubts of whether the now-privatized program is unsound, that settled the doubt. Why it sounded fishy before, first, it's not really backed by any actual cash. And it was always administered through the private investment bankers. Like AIG who had to be bailed out because they're just such wonderful stewards of other peoples money. Then there's the idea that while their customers are walking over the grass, and the grass ain't walkin' over them, they can't be evicted. The ones whose Social Security and Health Care are on the chopping block, in a charge led by... the banksters and their new spokesfreak. Gentle Readers, if you're already invested in this, whenever the Banker comes around to visit, don't eat or drink any gifts he brings.

QuiBids internet racketeers threaten Not My Tribe with scam legal letter

Game On QuiBids. We received a letter today from an Oklahoma law firm, on behalf of "QuiBids LLC," apparently the preeminent of "penny auction site" confidence scams, who took exception to our earlier look-see into their rip-off operation. Frankly, I assumed our cries of foul were latecomers, while someone more responsible was ringing the OK attorney general. As QuiBids has the temerity to threaten "whatever action is necessary," I'll make the call personally. As it is I already feel duped for reprinting the letter below, because it reads like typical QuiBids fake advertorials. Name-dropping Better Business Bureau, Chamber of Commerce, yada yada. And of course: "Sadly, the same cannot be said about some of QuiBids' competitors," the we're-not-like-the-other-con-artists routine. The phoniest passage pretends that QuiBids "was forced to file suit against another online penny auction site for its unlawful activities." HAHAHA. Unlawful activities are prosecuted by the state, you flunkies. As you'll learn presently. Actually I am 100% certain that charges are already filed, and this aggressive PR is a smokescreen. I'll post all ensuing developments. By the way, consumers can contact BBBs to register complaints, but a business membership does not imply endorsement. Same with the Chamber of Commerce. And WHO considers the chamber any kind of arbiter of ethical business practice? That mindset comes from someone who didn't stray beyond the business school building. Hohoho. Who does QuiBids take us for? Their marks? To be clear, QuiBids and the "penny auction" ilk are neither auctions, nor gambling sites. Whether or not they deploy shill bidders or mischievous software, the QuiBids money-for-nothing scheme is fraud. A penny auction website pretends to offer "dibs" to the last customer who puts money in the pot, and proceeds to collect "bid" payments for a virtually unlimited time span, until the last desperate player decides he's lost enough. Whether or not the victim is entitled to purchase the item at full retail price, as a consolation, does not mitigate the fact that they were duped. Look no further than QuiBids' own protestations. QuiBids differentiates itself from "the other penny auction sites" which it asserts without a hint of irony, are inherently guilty. Oh do go on, QuiBids, expound for us on the illegality of your competitors... Add to the fraudulent transaction, the deceptive methods used to promote QuiBids. And now, contriving a legal threat to fain legitimacy. McAfee &Taft appears to be a significant law firm, why does this letter read like a QuiBids promotional blurb? We need to forward this to the partners McAfee and Taft themselves, to show them the sophomore crap being circulated under their letterhead. At the risk of simply spreading the Quibids PR drivel, here it is. McAFEE & TAFT A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION 10TH FLOOR - TWO LEADERSHIP SQUARE 21 NORTH ROBINSON - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73102-7103 (405) 235-9621 - FAX (405) 235-0439 www.mcafeetaft.com Ryan L. Lobato Attorney at Law September 3, 2010 VIA EMAIL AND CERTIFIED MAIL RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED Eric Verlo editorial @ notmytribe.com Not My Tribe 29 E. Bijou, Room 222 Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Re: Trademark Infringement Mr. Verlo: We represent QuiBids, L.L.C. ("QuiBids") in intellectual

Scam auction site Swipebids poses French celebrity Melissa Theuriau as generic newsperson all over the web

Penny auction scammers know their audience. Stupid Americans aren't going to recognize one phony news reporter over another, even if it's French anchorwoman Melissa Theuriau. Imagine if Lisa Hartman's misnamed image popped up in embedded advertorials.   Not only are fake "penny auction" news pages posing the A-list celebrity as a generic TV spokesperson, but ads have been placed across the internet, on authentic media like MSNBC. Certainly the banner ad managers of MSM websites know that Theuriau is not shilling for penny auction scammers.

Pueblo Bank “refuses to take Bailout money” explained

What they don't tell you in the commercial, with the president of the bank loudly saying tough-talking anti-"socialist" trash... is that the money they're refusing to "take" is not money targeted to the bank itself, but the people whose mortgages are owned by the bank. The bottom line is that the money is specifically Targeted, "earmarked" to people the Banker considers not worthy of the title human, he would prefer the terms "deadbeat" or "Loan thief" to describe those at the bottom of the heap, those taken in by the slick-dick advertising promoted by, among others, officials of his bank. "Why didn't they read the anywhere between 8 and 21 page documents, mostly single spaced small-type sentences and paragraphs filled with phrases like "party of the second part agrees to indemnify party of the first part"? in the 25 minutes alloted to the sales pitch? OUR HIGHLY EXPERIENCED HIGH PRESSURE SALES AGENTS WHO HAVE DECADES OF TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE IN HANDLING COMPLEX FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS DON'T SIGN ANYTHING WITHOUT READING IT COMPLETELY FIRST AND CONSULTING LAWYERS AND ACCOUNTANTS ON ANY ISSUE THEY FIND QUESTIONABLE! So why do these Peasants who have been held in wage-slavery for their entire lives without any hope of ever learning about Financial Instruments not be prepared and bring THEIR accountants and legal representatives, like we do? Let them eat Cake!" Yes, How DARE those Peasants ever dream of a better life, even though the bulk of Capitalist Propaganda is geared to telling them if they just work harder, longer hours, save more of their dwindling-in-value but seldom increased Minimum Wage to buy lots of stock in corporate enterprises, like those born to wealth did, they too could increase their wealth the same way those born to wealth did, minus of course the Work and Scrimping and Watching Their Families starve, die from lack of health care and forced to live in substandard Slum housing? Slumlords like Douglas Bruce are especially vicious with that line of attack. Also not very zealous of his own stance of Tort Limitations when it comes to TENANTS who owe money to their Lords of the Land. The slumlords, like the "freedom loving" banker will sic their Tame Pet Police and Judiciary on the poorest of the poor to recover whatever the Richest of the Rich consider to be their own just and due payments.

Scriptmatix “penny auctions” such as Quibids are less scams than pure fraud

Shell games tempt only the gullible, don't they? So long as YOU don't fall for them, what's a little income redistribution among wretches? That's an attitude shared only by the uninitiated. So-called internet "penny auctions" exploit human vulnerability like trust and avarice, leaving victims to blame their own stupidity or greed. You may shrug off getting burned as a lesson learned, but all confidence tricks count on that. Websites like Quibids and Scriptmatix's PennyAuction are neither novel discount methods, adventure shopping, gambling scenarios or lotteries. They are con games that lead you to believe you are getting something for your money, until you don't. Just because YOU can figure it out -from an objective distance- doesn't mean Quibids is not patently dishonest. US laws governing fraud are enforced by local statutes, but common law is enough to define this internet scam as representation of falsehood with the intent to profit. Whether or not the auctions use shill bidders, or fail to honor unprofitable outcomes, as have been accused by disgruntled victims, the websites are misrepresentations. The former are obvious illegal practices. The latter is fraud. Or are we so cynical that we accept this kind of scam as merely "predatory capitalism?" Wikipedia defines fraud in layman's terms: 1. a representation of an existing fact; 2. its materiality; 3. its falsity; 4. the speaker's knowledge of its falsity; 5. the speaker's intent that it shall be acted upon by the plaintiff; 6. plaintiff's ignorance of its falsity; 7. plaintiff's reliance on the truth of the representation; 8. plaintiff's right to rely upon it; and 9. consequent damages suffered by plaintiff. In particular this scam begin with what's known as the advance-fee fraud except this buy-in is ongoing and lasts until a mark is tapped-out. Quibids and ilk call themselves "penny auctions" as if there is such a thing. Onlooker suspicions are assuaged by the inherent implication that if a business scam has a name, it must not be a crime. Are penny auctions a veritable thing, besides the self-defined new crook on the block? Well, yes, but. The "penny auctions" of yesteryear had nothing to do with these pay-to-play auction schemes where bidders buy vouchers for the privilege to ante into a bidding pool. Penny auction refers to the Depression era strategy of sabotaging farm liquidation auctions by forcing the auctioneer to accept bids in increments of one penny. Aided by cooperative neighbors, bankruptcy victims were able to grind their creditor's actions to a halt, for a time, because collusion was itself unlawful. Obviously this is a far cry from the neo penny auctions which require customers to buy "bids" with which to place dibs on a desired item, increasing its auction price by a penny each time and prolonging the bidding for another fixed period. On Quibids, price and time increments can vary between auction items to confuse watchers trying to do the math. As an average, a bidder might pay 60 cents each time he wants to put his name on the desired item, raise its price a penny, and extend the auction expiration by another ten

Is Walmart trademark “Price Rollback” nostalgic for better shopping days?

What is a Walmart "price ROLLBACK" but a way to take credit for sale pricing present and past? You generate goodwill for deals you're advertising, and buttress customer loyalty for savings you offered in bygone times, whether you did or not. Do "rollbacks" recall fond bargain-hunting nostalgia or are they marketer-conjured false memories? By implication likewise, where are the price rollups? Will Walmart's idiot customer base ever hold the covert price tag markups against the evil retail giant? Is "rollback" really a trademarked synonym for the usual markdown? Here's what I really want to know: is the veracity of Walmart's claim to legacy values enforceable? Wonder Bread didn't build bodies 24 ways, if Walmart whatzits didn't sell for $1.53, ever, then they can't say it. Fire sale, liquidating, dumping is acceptable.

Putting Doug Bruce petitions on the run

WESTSIDE, COLORADO SPRINGS- A signature gatherer pushing Doug Bruce petitions was doing miserably well outside the Uintah King Soopers today, but I was able to interrupt for the quarter hour I could spare. Give him your 15-cents worth when you come for groceries. He'll run, watch: As you go in, and when you come out, take a few minutes to intervene as this guy collects signatures to lower municipal taxes. These kind of measures are why the bathrooms remain locked in our city parks, and why the city and county have had to cut back on services. But the signature collectors won't tell you who's behind their petitions. Nor have they any answers about the ramifications of their proposed legislation. Unfortunately this guy is otherwise very good at drawing people in. In the photograph above, note that he has three clipboards distributed, and he's trying for a fourth, notice two customers have pen in hand. Ask him if Doug Bruce is behind these petitions. He told me he didn't know. I knew, so I told him, and I occasioned to help him inform others as he approached westside residents. When the name "Doug Bruce" is mentioned, people smile and steer clear. This guy kept his distance sooner than entertain a discussion. You need only stand by the door to ward him off. Obviously I couldn't do that forever. He resumed as soon as I left. When I came back from the car with my camera, he saw me coming, gathered his clipboards and split. Now it was no surprise to me that he wouldn't want to be documented doing what he was, but an impartial observer might wonder, what was his hurry? This guy took off on a dead run and reconsidered only when he realized I followed straight after and was overtaking him. He ran from me so fast I wished I'd recorded the scene in video. Well, next time.

Boy in the Striped Propaganda-jamas

What's wrong with imagining that a German youngster could traverse a maximum security perimeter to charm readers with his innocent observations, for example, mistaking dirty excrement- encrusted forced-laborer uniforms for striped pajamas? And more, sneak under the wire, to suffer and thereby confirm, the inmates' inhuman fate? This year's International Holocaust Remembrance Day, April 20, arrived with a new tale to beguile the kiddies: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. The photograph above depicts a concentration camp inmate killed between rows of barbed wire. At the Dachau Memorial its caption pronounces: "Suicide," conjecturing that this inmate chose to rush the fence and be shot by guards sooner than endure any further brutalities. While the scene amplifies the savagery of the camps, it also puts to the lie the poetic liberties which imagine that camp inmates could linger in the no-man's land between fences, or that likewise nearby locals could approach to within even hailing distance of the prisoners. Angel at the Fence, Herman Rosenblat's purported camp memoir, was debunked because the author asserted that he met his wife during the war, across the fence of a concentration camp, and that she saved his life pre-maritally, by throwing pieces of bread to him. Oprah called it the single greatest love story ever, but under scrutiny Rosenblat confessed his fabrication. Now he's determined it should be redistributed as fiction, because it's a magical tale that people still want to hear. Striped author John Boyne paints a similar scenario for younger readers, where two pre-adolescent boys meet on opposite sides of the fence of no less than Auschwitz. The German boy is fascinated by the other's pajamas. Cute? Like a boy in another hemisphere being intrigued at a slave laborer's dark black tan, or dirt under his fingernails? Eventually Boyne's young protagonist crawls under the wire to join his new Jewish friend, and they die together in the darkness of a gas chamber. Will this prove to be the ultimate aim of Holocaust Rememberers? To drag us all across an impassible divide, over a bridge that stretches credulity, by means of so false a memory that we suffer the Holocaust ourselves through a regression therapy assault on our psyche?

MC FogHorn Leghorn and the F’N MA

With record high foreclosures due to predatory lenders and sham mortgages, who's in favor of a taxpayer bailout to the Federal National Mortgage Assoc.? Or how about public monies to save the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation? No takers? The homeowners are still screwed, but the lenders need our help. They're shareholder owned, government sanctioned monopolies, and they need 25 billion. No sympathetic alms? Good thing both the FNMA and the FHLMC, appointed themselves the intentionally endearing nicknames Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to confuse our affections. It reminds me of a classmate who reinvented himself on the first day of college. When professors asked our names or applicable nicknames, this skinny pocket-protector wearer told the class he went by "Bear." And his unlikely reincarnation stuck. Thereafter "Bear" became that much less an engineering geek than his no more nerdier compatriots. Fannie and Freddie may sound like personable natural derivatives of their acronyms, but the Appalachian appellations are official. When I was confronted about having apparently misspelled the cutesy MAE, being the purported colloquial surname of the usurious giant, I found there was indeed a formal spelling. Really? For a phonetic abbreviation? Couldn't it just as easily be spelled with a Y? And why not Fanny with a Y, like Brice, Hackabout-Jones or the derriere? Too much impropriety for hillbillies? Do the letters FN resolve to "Fanny" more than to the more modern and infinitely appropriate Fucking? Where did MA become May? Why not Ma, like Ma Dalton? And wherever do you get Freddie from FHL? I see Foghorn Leghorn for the first initials. Leaving MC for Mack as of The Knife. The FNMA / FHLMC bonanza provides a textbook simple model of the capitalist stakeout of regulated/unregulated public finance: build a business, merge to create a monopoly, then loot funds to require a taxpayer bailout.

AIDS research has failed to find cause

"AIDS research has not failed because it never found a cure ... AIDS research has failed because it never found a cause"   Twenty four years and no cure, no cause, no answers. But billions of tax dollars to an established AID$ industry who refuse to look at the facts. More money has been spent on AIDS research than any other disease in the history of medicine, all with no results! Giving a weakened or compromised immune system a name, "AIDS", is trickery. Telling us it is caused by an old and harmless retrovirus is dishonest. But treating immunodeficiency, whatever is causing it, with toxic chemo ARV drugs, that destroy DNA and bone marrow, is criminal! It's time to get mad and get the word out and demand a reappraisal. Or accountability for the terror, stress, damage and destruction to many lives. FACTS: 1. HIv has never been isolated as a pure virus, direct from human blood or tissue nor have control groups been used who are HIv "positive" and HIv "negative". One must understand that HIv is a harmless passenger retrovirus, not a disease causing virus like HPV or HSV. (see 3 and 8.) 2. Isolation experiments, as recommended by the Perth Group and others, in the Presidential AIDS Advisory Panel Report of 2000, have never been done on control groups both with or without HIv. This is especially important since it is well known that thousands who test positive for antibodies for HIv remain healthy and thousands who have "AIDS" (by CDC definition) are not infected with HIv. 3. Kochs Postulates is and has been the widely accepted, time tested screen for determining whether an infectious germ or virus is causing disease. HIv fails all 4 (or 3 depending how you consider #4), of the postulates. A large effort must be undertaken to produce HIv in any quantities that are similar to disease causing virus. This is done by co-culturing HIv with leukemia cells in the lab (petri dish) or by adding growth stimulants. (See point 7 under "AIDS - Fact or Fraud".) 4. HIv was first studied/discovered by Luc Montagnier as LAV around 1979. Montagnier admitted in 1990 that his LAV was probably benign. Robert Gallo stole Luc Montagniers work in approx. 1983 when Montagnier shared it with him. Gallo then claimed it as his own. He and the NIH were sued by the French government. Montagnier worked for the Pasteur Institute of Science. He also shared in the royalties. (see 13) Luc Montagniers LAV stood for Lymphademopathy Associated Virus. Part of the Pasteur Inst. charges in the initial lawsuit against Gallo were for Gallos claim that HIv was infectious. Regardless virus as causation of any kind of cancer, including lymphoma, is long proved false in the 70's "Cancer Virus Program" through the Natl. Inst. of Cancer which is part of the NIH. 5. AIDS is nothing more than an acronym created by the CDC to create the categories of known diseases hypothesized as being "caused" by HIv. Suppression of the immune system however

Banking insider doing whose bidding?

A French bank claims it has been defrauded of $7 BILLION by an employee trading beneath the radar. "In the interest of transparency" Societe Generale is seeking to rectify its banking methods, but will not reveal the name of the rogue trader. Can you imagine a crime of any magnitude where those responsible are not immediately identified? Why would some white collar criminals rate indemnity? Up until now the Bank's "one lone trader" (redundant emphasis, theirs) had accumulated the fortune betting that the international markets would weaken. When the errant speculator reversed his forecast to wager that futures would look brighter, the economy didn't comply, and the losses exposed his schemes. While fingers are pointed at the mysterious "genius of fraud" and his unsanctioned profit motive, is anyone questioning whether his transactions were serving another purpose, to influence the movement of investments? Auction houses of lesser repute use phony bidders regularly to drive bids upward. When those stand-ins accidentally get stuck with the purchase, the item finds itself back on the block in short order. Needless to say the auctioneers keep the identity of those house traders close to the vest, or sooner than later those conspirators would become useless. Likewise, if suddenly confronted by hostile auction-goers, the plant could easily incriminate his bosses in the scheme.

Fuck the Vote in 2008

Americans have what options really? Rigged voting machines, gerrymandered voter rolls, election day harassment at the polls, and media misdirection.   If we could somehow count on an honest result, have we any real choices? Republicans are corporate wolves for the thieving Neocons, and Democrats are the same in sheep's clothing. Isn't the disguise wearing thin?

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