Saturday, March 19, 2011

The perpetual 'full moon madness of man.'

So much madness, so little time .....

What It Is, What It Means

Supermoon - March 19, 2011

Not much we can do about the moon and whatever effects it may have on the earth. It even effects our mental states ... anyone else have problems sleeping during these full moon phases?

But surely there must be something we can do about what we could call the perpetual 'full moon madness of man.'

Nuclear power has always been seen as 'madness,' hasn't it? We discussed it awhile, went along with what those with money and power were doing and then it was back to our regular TV shows. Nuclear, in all of its forms, was one of the elitist dreams for control. It was about centralized electrical power to the people at an ever increasing price. Trap the public into it with no economically viable alternative. Profits always trump safety when those who rule can get by with it. The "Manhattan Project" for the good of humanity never came. Still, some have

What's with this story of who installed the security system at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant? If you haven't heard, Haaretz tells us it was the Israeli company Magna BSP that is based in Dimona. One speculation is that it might have been part of an Israeli intel operation aimed at demonstrating the power of USA/Germany/ Israel’s stuxnet computer virus.... We don't know yet. Maybe to send a message to Japan to get with the nwo program or to set back a competitor? Maybe it was just an accident waiting to happen that got a nudge from earth changes?

One might think that with Japan's technology prowess they could have supplied their own
security cameras at their nuke plants but no, it was outsourced to Israel.

Given that Israeli firms were in charge of security at
the airports on 9/11, at the Amsterdam airport where they let the 'underwear' bomber get on without a passport, Russia's Domodedovo Airport 24th January 2011 when bombs blew off, Amdocs putting 'backdoor' spying software into most of the phone systems in the U.S., Jonathan Pollard and the multitude of other Israeli spies arrested but most let go, etc. etc., one might assume that those in charge of sensitive areas would think twice about Israeli security.

No, apparently there's so few who have the 'expertise' of the Israelis that we give them the run of the house.
An Israeli company, Magal Security Systems-owned in part by the government of Israel-is in charge of security for the most sensitive nuclear power and weapons storage facilities in the United States.

Not only does Magal provide security for American nuclear facilities, but it also does likewise for most major nuclear facilities in Western Europe and Asia. In addition, the Israeli firm also provides security for Chicago's O'Hare Airport and, for the last fifteen years, has kept watch on the Queen of England's famed Buckingham Palace in London. What's more, Magal provides security for 90% of the American prisons that utilize electronic systems. Magal brags that its other clients around the globe include: borders, airports, industrial sites, communication centers, military installations, correctional facilities, government agencies, VIP estates and residences, commercial buildings and storage yards.{
Magal has installations at thousands of sites worldwide. They hide the specifics. Click here for a reference list of customers. Again, think 'backdoor.'

Then there's still all of this madness of HAARP talk. 'Use it or lose it' comes to mind.

About all the speculation about man-made quakes. There are reports of animals reacting to the Japan quake hours beforehand from as far away as California: dogs, cats, birds, fish, etc. just as elephants took off for higher ground in Thailand before the Sumatra quake. Unless animals are mind readers, including the lowly earthworm, I don't believe they could sense man-made activity prior to the quakes....

Another part of the madness here lately was the predictive programming of $5 a gallon gas. We were media inundated with this idea of paying more beginning in late Dec. 2010. Almost a month before the protests in Egypt began and before things heated up in Tunisia. With the worldwide economy in a tailspin, demand could not account for gas price increases. It would have to be 'events.' Programing us to accept the spike in oil costs and all of the related price increases helps to keep us in line. It does seem that some people were very good at anticipating 'events.'

Qaddafi has certainly played his role in keeping the oil prices high. Just as planned or are all sides winging it as they go?

Obama's getting tough now, putting on a real warmongering face. He has issued a
"non-negotiable ultimatum" for Qaddafi to accept an immediate ceasefire, pull back from Libyan rebel strongholds and permit humanitarian assistance – or face the full onslaught of UN-endorsed air strikes.

Sending in the bombs should be worth at least an additional 50 cents a gallon increase, you think?

I don't know if Obama will be allowed to serve a second term or if he is to be 'sacrificed' to another designated winner. I do know that unless things change very quickly the madness of having to gain the favor of Israel and their sycophants in order to be their puppet will continue. Sarah Palin is making her obligatory trip to Israel. Maybe they'll give her a new U.S. Zionist pin to wear?

So much madness, so little time .....

Japanese friends and colleagues report massive shortages of basic staples and disaster supplies in Japan. If you know anyone in the greater Tokyo area and the northeast coast, small parcels -- to avoid customs problems -- are appreciated. Money is not what is primarily needed right now since money is fairly useless when there is nothing to buy.

The following are what are in short supply or not available:

Ramen-type noodles, rice, tea bags, powdered soup packets or bouillon cubes, powdered milk, beef or other types of jerky, water filters, Pampers, facial masks, crackers, batteries (AA and AAA), canned corn beef, toilet paper, rubber gloves, crackers....