Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Still Looking

Looking for peace? Iraq is not the place. With friends like Israel and Saudi Arabia peace is not the goal. Tell it like it is Nahida. No need to hold back now.

If you were looking for a place to say the pledge of allegience while getting a cup of coffee, you are in luck.

"[People] know exactly what they’re supposed to do.”

When looking for judges who are not bought by corporate interests, don't look at the federal level.
Key provision of net-neutrality law struck down by court
Supreme Court hands Monsanto victory over farmers on GMO seed patents, ability to sue

Those still looking to boycott the major food corporations by buying organic brands may find it increasingly difficult.   The chart graphically focuses on the organic brands with ties to the top 100 food processors in North America.

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Perhaps looking to feed ourselves is one answer. 
Monsanto readies first-ever GMO wheat

The MSM doesn't want us to look at this.
Mainstream Media Blackout: Maine Second State to Pass GMO Labeling Law

Still looking for sanity in the psyops of Guantanamo and the "mastermind" of 9/11? You won't find it here.
Mastermind Of The Sept. 11 Attacks Wants To Convert His Captors

If you've been looking for a cure for insanity, John McCain and Lindsey Graham reinforce the notion that are are none.

Syria looking to get some help?
‘Egyptians to fight Syrian militants’

To look for an alternative media without infighting doesn't come easy. Scroll down to Oh, contentiousness… The oldest trick or trap in the books...divide and conquer

Are you looking forward to the Trans-Pacific Partnership? If you are then you must be a rich SOB looking for more and more.

If you are looking for gun control, here's one way.
Feds Tell Veteran He Will Lose 2nd Amendment Rights Because of PTSD

Looking where the money goes.
New Homeland Security headquarters costing extra billions
New US aircraft carrier plagued by problems
NSA toys  for the spy boys
Razing a homeless tent city
The 'war on drugs'

Looking for inflation to ease? Just change the calculations and all is well.

Looking back.
“We’re at War!” — And We Have Been Since 1776: The Years of American War-Making

Looking ahead. The White House will try and end the 'debate' after the 'snowjob.'  "Carry on, business as usual."
Panel Says Warrants No Burden as Obama Readies NSA Change
Obama Tells Public, 'Trust Me'
If You Want Obama to Rein In the NSA, You're About to Be Disappointed

Looking at the gloaters. What BDS?
Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga & More to Tour Israel in 2014

Look, up in the sky.....
The US Border Patrol 'Misplaced' the Records for 200 Predator Drone Flights

Looking at the herd lining up.
Record Numbers Line Up for Flu Shots as Media Hypes the Flu ‘Epidemic’

All these years we've been looking for Elie Wiesel to lapse into a coma. Or Abe Foxman to bust a gut.  Or John Hagee to finally Make Aliyah where he belongs with his fellow thieves and arsonists. One day.

Still looking for that darn plane. 'The chocolate Boeing that melted.' h/t to commenter at video.


  1. You Can't Get to Heaven on a Hellbound Train

    Thanks Kenny - I enjoyed that tune.

    1. Here's another old favorite with the same theme. I think we need to get off and walk rather than ride the hellbound train we're on.....

    2. My favorite Savoy Brown song:

      Kings of Boogie indeed!

      This was from their 4th album in 1969 when "Lonesome" Dave Peverett and Roger Earl (later of Foghat) were still in the group, but Chris Youlden was still the singer. They had Bill Bruford in the band for a couple of weeks in 1968 before replacing him with Earl. Earl still tours 70 dates a year with a Foghat sans founding members Lonesome Dave (dead from kidney cancer at 56) and Rod Price (dead from a heart attack at 57). Also check out the concert poster at the 3:12 mark from 1972 where Fleetwood Mac is the opening act for Savoy Brown! They must have been touring in support of either "Future Games" or "Bare Trees" with Bob Welch in the band, both great albums with "Future Games" being one of the best Mac albums ever.

      And I'm tired of being a fool
      And my mind going from hot to cool
      And tryin' to conform to others' ideas
      And someone else's rules

      And the life I live ain't mine
      I'm supposed to feel that's fine
      I didn't make the world I'm living in
      And I ain't gonna toe the line

      I'm tired of trying to be something I know ain't me
      I'm tired of living up to what people expect me to be
      You know that some people are different
      Now ain't that a crying shame
      Now wouldn't it be a real drag if we were all the same

      And I'm not going to try to please
      Eyes that just don't see
      If I get myself together
      You'll have the blues, not me

      I'm tired of trying to be something I know ain't me
      I'm tired of living up to what people expect me to be
      You know that some people are different
      Now ain't that a crying shame
      Now wouldn't it be a real drag if we were all the same

      And I'm not going to try to please
      Eyes that just don't see
      If I get myself together
      You'll have the blues, not me

      You'll have the blues, not me

      ~ Negentropic MK II

    3. Yeah, that is a great tune from a great underrated band.. I still have a couple of their old LP's 'Looking In' and 'Hellbound Train.'

      I saw the Bob Welch FM incarnation somewhere around the 1972 time you mentioned at Vanderbilt's football stadium. They were the headliner and somewhere about an hour into the set Vandy pulled the plug saying the neighbors were complaining about the noise. The crowd made a lot more noise booing and yelling but then everyone left.

      Around that same time Foghat was supposed to be the feature band at the fairgrounds but after opening acts Charlie Daniels and Bachman-Turner Overdrive played the announcer came on and said that Foghat refused to play because the crowd was too rowdy. No one believed that and there was almost a riot but when the cop reinforcements showed up the crowd scattered.

      Fun times!

    4. lol

      Why didn't they complain about the noise when they had their stupid football games on every Sunday? What was it past their bedtime?

      That stuff was before my time. I didn't start going to concerts until the mid 1980's, but I've always had a fascination for the best period of popular music in the history of the planet which was between 1965 and 1977. I'll take those 12 years over any other period even for American movies.

      I read somewhere that at L.A. stadium shows like Jethro Tull and Pink Floyd of the early 1970's the cops decided to go on a drug bust rampage and would arrest 500 or more people per show. Oh here, just found it:

      The CIA's war against the counterculture is the name of the article. Lots of interesting info there. It doesn't jibe with McGowan and Jan Irvin's theories that the CIA created the counterculture and the Grateful Dead too (lol, what blasphemy!). If they did, it certainly came back to bite them on the ass. I think what happens is that they push for some things to see what happens and then if it runs out of control, like the counterculture did, they have to do damage control. The best way is to offer the hippies so much money that they forget their ideals and start whoring themselves.

      ~ Negentropic MK III

    5. I'll go with your timeline and add that I've thought that around 73 real innovations were over and everything since has just been a variation of those times. Often degraded though.

      Actually the Vandy show I mentioned was an anomaly..In the 70's their free shows open to anyone, held on campus on the 'lawn' were as cool as anything in the country. An unannounced Grateful Dead show where 20,000 showed up and Muddy Waters with Gregg Allman were highlights. Never a problem and no police presence.

      Somewhere around 78 a local TV station went undercover to a big show and taped a lot of people smoking weed and having fun, making it a feature story. The next big show ushered in the police state. Cops everywhere and searching all going in.. The cops told those going through line that if they put all their alcohol and dope in the trash can they can enter but if searched and anything found they would be arrested. The trash cans at every line were full. Anyone who ran was caught and slammed against the wall or floor. It was surreal.

      I never went to another stadium, or arena show again and support that kind of repression.
      I've seen plenty of incredible music since in clubs and elsewhere without hassle and that's good enough for me.

    6. I rarely go to stadium shows anymore. Too expensive. Saw Peter Gabriel a few years ago and that was really great. The Roger Waters Pink Floyd the Wall show of a couple of years back was the best. The best P.A. I have ever heard. They had a giant ball of speakers hanging from the middle of the ceiling. The bass was just bottomless, sounded like it was echoing in the Grand Canyon, really loud but so clean it did not hurt your ears. Small club shows, if you like jazz or jazz-rock, you get to see a of great musicians work out in small rooms because that's the format they do it in, playing jazz-rock is like the jam-session workout routine for virtuosos, the other stuff isn't challenging enough: Simon Phillips, Vinnie Colaiuta, Bill Bruford (with his jazz group Earthworks), Terry Bozzio, Larry Coryell, Billy Cobham, Stanley Clarke, Joe Zawinul, John McLaughlin, Allan Holdsworth, Gong, Dixie Dregs, Brand X, Kevin Eubanks, Ian Wallace (ex-King Crimson, Bob Dylan & Don Henley's tour drummer, died from cancer a few years ago), etc., I've seen all these people and many more in small clubs holding no more than 50 to a hundred-&-fifty people, simply because Americans don't like jazz. They couldn't survive touring in the U.S. When these same guys go to Europe they play to 500 to a thousand people a night and more than that in Eastern Europe. On the plus side, you won't have to run into a "Slut Tsunami" at a Jazz club like you would at the dance clubs and parties:


      Zappa would have liked this song.

      ~ Negentropic MK IV

  2. Vast Stretches Of Impoverished Appalachia Look Like They Have Been Through A War

    At the end of the article is a Christians United For Israel ad which I see on just about every site which has advertising: "For Zion's Sake We Will Not Keep Silent. Israel needs your help. You need the facts to defend Israel. Get your FREE Israel eBook to learn the facts."

    I guess the CUFI folks are too busy counting the money from deluded donors to care about helping America.

    I would like to see some ads saying something like "For The World's Sake We Will Not Keep Silent. The World needs your help. You need the facts to defend the World against Jewish tyranny" with a link to a blogroll of informative sites.

  3. That was a good article, better than the slant on it a few days ago at a local site. The comments were better there also.

    I've been all over Appalachia, especially east TN and one time took an extended road trip through the deepest back roads one might ever see in eastern KY. The poverty is an eye opener but the hills are also very beautiful. Pills and meth seem to be a common theme there these days.

    I didn't see the CUFI ad on my end. You must have clicked on their site lately and now you are getting targeted ads.

    On the subject of ads, I watched the Keiser Report today, I like to watch Max but if I had any money I wouldn't trust him with it. He had a guy on there and they talked about how the payback to google, microsoft, yahoo, etc for allowing back doors was that the NSA engaged in 'click fraud' and generated possibly billions of fake ad clicks which increased the ad revenue. It sounds reasonable and hides the payoff. I've often wondered who clicks on ads, I know I don't and most people I know don't. Fake generated NSA clicks would explain a lot.

    Here's the show.

    1. Thanks for posting the Keiser Report. I don't go there directly but have seen a few when imbedded. Interesting that he has stopped the silver campaign to kill JPM. Now he wants to talk bitcoin. I was always on the fence about bitcoin. I didn't know enough about it. But the references in mainstream media is just too much. If the powers want to bury something it won't even exist. And if you watch "Almost Human" (JJ Abrams production) it is the currency of the future at least in 2048. So me thinks bitcoin is controlled by the same "people" who control everything else. Sure if you got in on it early and convert out now you made out big time, but you are also on the list of early adopters. I am on a few lists but not that one. When I first started hearing about bitcoin I thought the extreme advocacy that some people took was some kind of pump and dump operation but now I think it was just peons hired by the people running this world.

      I haven't had a chance to click through all your links but it looks like there is some good information there. Thanks.


    2. Keiser is entertaining and often bluntly says things very similar to what we do but I don't exactly trust him or bitcoin. I agree that bitcoin is most likely a banker backed program with social engineering potential.

    3. I did go to the CUFI site recently, so I'm targeted for their hasbara ads. Ha! I hope it backfires on them and gets them plenty of negative comments on the sites where their targets go.

  4. There's nothing to look at, at the Pentagon or anywhere else on 9-11. IF they had wanted to show you a plane-shaped hole at the Pentagon, THEY WOULD HAVE, on faked video, just like at the WTC & EVERYONE in the alternative media would have believed there was a plane, until the video-analysis came in on the internet & proved it fake, at which point, a small percentage able to overcome psychological blocks and cognitive dissonance would dissent from the already small percentage of "official story" dissenter plane-huggers, not enough to cause big problems.

    That's what people have to understand. The public has this illusion that just because the neighbor down the street has a kid working for channel 4, the press is "on their side," always checking real-events vs. the depiction of these events on that organ of enemy-propaganda, fully-controlled mainstream media, to make sure that the reality and the depiction match, that the events REALLY happened.

    Nothing can be further from the truth. Even assuming a certain percentage of reporters of "integrity" willing to challenge both outside and self-censorship, nobody is able to double-check a damn thing about any major "event" unless the military quarantining the area allow it. And if you cannot check something out, you certainly will have a hard time taking photographs or video from a mile away. However, it's a fairly easy task for the perps to give THE IMPRESSION that the media is doing "its job" by pre-manufacturing ALL or MOST of the photos & videos needed for the ENTIRE PSYOP, doctoring them as needed. Who do they have to worry about? No access = No images. If some reporters claim they were not allowed access and "it's not fair," who will air their complaints? The perps can always point to the pre-manufactured images & "amateur" videos and say "who says nobody had access? Look at all these! "

    That's why there is no reason to think WTC 7 was brought down in the afternoon as reported & depicted on video, & it follows logically, that the supposed mistake of the BBC reporting it beforehand was scripted & the "mistake" of Silverstein admitting to have "pulled" it on TV was also scripted.That was done on purpose to make sure the public keeps trusting the media & especially the authenticity of the images transmitted, without which the "news" would be mere words mistrusted & without much visceral impact.

    So how could it be possible to block-out an event as "huge" as 9-11, basically the demolition of 9 buildings in lower Manhattan, from "thousands" of roving reporters, right?


    Hey, maybe the soldiers of an invading army are on "our side" as well! After all, few of their grunts would want to kill you or our grunts if not for doing their "duty," don't you think? Well, what else is the mainstream media (& a big chunk of the alternative) but the most invasive of armies? The most invasive of armies with millions of foot-soldier "reporters," invading the psyches of billions 24 hours a day.

    Silverstein "screwing up,"? No, that was planned all along to do exactly what it did, restore the faith of millions of semi-dissenters in enemy-propaganda by mistaking it for one scored by our side. Both Silverstein & BBC-reporter "took-one-for-the-team," knowing fully well they would never face prosecution. Forget prosecution, Silverstein didn't even have to worry about not collecting ALL his insurance money.

    As Hitler made very clear in his analysis of the main technique of his enemies, it's the boldness of the "Big Lie" & its impudence that makes it impregnable, not the integrity of its structural elements.

    Simon Shack's WTC7 Study:

    ~ Negentropic MK I

  5. We are slowly forging our way into the Spanish speaking community. I am getting links there, it is hard translating it all though. I just reply rock on when they leave a link.