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“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live a life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”
 – Henry David Thoreau
“We don’t negotiate from a position of weakness as we are pulling our troops out,” Romney said. “We should not negotiate with the Taliban. We should defeat the Taliban.” ( Hell no, let’s continue a 10 year war for the banksters!)
Pentagon figures provided to the AP show it now costs about $104 million per month to move the supplies through a longer northern route, $87 million more a month than when the cargo moved through Pakistan. (More money when we are already broke. It really didn’t help to have the CIA make enemies in Pakistan. )
America’s relationship with Pakistan has been worsening throughout the past several months, taking a major hit early last year with the arrest of US “consulate employee” Raymond Davis on murder charges. (Making enemies where ever we go.)
A Taliban spokesman claimed credit . . . It is the second NATO helicopter lost this week; . . .
The poll, which was conducted by Rasmussen Reports, included 1,000 U.S. likely voters.(Who supports it, well the banks, the corporations, the politicians who’s sons never die in one, that’s who.)
It had to happen. Technology gets more efficient. What the TSA has in airports your local police department will have in vans: body scanners that operate at a distance.
Without any proof or reason, and no chance for appeal, the Environmental Protection Agency determined that a small single home lot was a “protected wetland.” (The EPA needs to go, along with the United Nations Agenda 21. In fact it is time for the UN to disappear completely, it was formed by the Rothschilds for the global elite to continue robbing us of wealth. )
Pentagon ‘prepared’: US set for Operation Iranian Freedom?
The US says it will attack Iran if it tries to block the Strait of Hormuz, a crucial route for regional oil transit. Tehran has threatened to stop traffic through the Strait in response to mounting pressure, including threats, sanctions and particularly an air strike on its nuclear facilities, which Israel and the US say are on the table.
(Ever closer to WWIII)
Bill for the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico could reach 20/25 billion dollars
The estimated level of settlement in the Morgan Stanley note is much higher than other analysts have predicted, and around double the amount BP has taken a provision for.

Gregoire Reacts to Leaked Hanford Waste ReportWashington Governor Chris Gregoire says construction on a waste treatment plant at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation must continue. . . .There’s also a newly leaked report that warns plutonium levels in Hanford tank waste could be much higher than previously thought. (They are going to put the waste in ‘safer glass logs’?)


Some of the shells may have been smuggled to the Sinai Peninsula and then transferred to terrorists inside Gaza. . . . . The Arabs apparently studied the security arrangements at the base and were able to sneak in and out undetected numerous times, taking a large number of shells with them each time. ( Great security!! This is a ‘False Flag’ in the making. They just put them in their pockets and smuggled them out. Anyone out there realize the weight and size of a tank shell?)
Maliki added that the announcement brought to 131 the number of countries “that recognize a Palestinian state along 1967 lines.” (Sooner or later the Illegal Jewish Settlers need to move back on the Israeli side of the 1967 line.)

 UK unemployment hits 2.69 million (8.4%) highest since January 1996
In Scotland, the number of people out of work rose by 19,000 to 231,000 over the three months to November, giving a jobless rate of 8.6%. In Wales, unemployment fell by 1,000 in the quarter to 130,000, giving a rate of 8.9%, while in Northern Ireland it fell by 7,000 to 59,000, giving a jobless rate of 6.8%.

It has now been revealed that data were not released from a Calgary Health Canada monitoring station detecting levels of radioactive iodine in rainwater well above the Canadian guideline for drinking water. This isotope was known to be released by the nuclear accident and also showed up in tests in Vancouver, Winnipeg and Ottawa. Lower levels of contamination resulted in a don’t-drink-rainwater advisory in Virginia.
After drilling a hole in the containment vessel of Fukushima reactor 2, Tepco cannot find the fuel.(There is an interesting comment by Jim Stone freelance journalist.)
Cesium 134 and 137 are measured from incineration ash in Tokyo, Iodine 131 is still measured at variety of the facilities.It can be seen both of the ash and the sludge.(And how much goes into the atmosphere? This has become the worst nuclear disaster the world has seen. Some believe Israel has a hand in this with the Stuxnet virus, afterall Japan had just accepted Palestinian statehood.)
Measurement of Iodine 131 suggest the possibility of recriticality of Fukushima, but it was measured more than cesium at this test. (Excellent charts.)
“If somebody intends to use force … it will be on their conscience. They will not receive any authority from the Security Council,” said Lavrov, who also emphasized that Russia and China oppose any sanctions against Syria
‘Enemy is on Wall Street, not in Iran’
Many, many times I have been asked about armed resistance to national tyranny, leaving no doubt that those who want this to occur are ready, prepared and anxious to do so. Still others are very angry, but unwilling to commit to anything other than their own arguments and a belly full of Budweiser loudmouth. Agenda warriors wave the flag for their pet peeve but are unwilling to use their real names for anything other than a “Facebook” entry. (Great article)


17 Reasons I Refuse to File an Income Tax Return
1. Accepting a commission in the USAF I solemnly swore an oath to God that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic and that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same (If you need more reasons
Read this online short book. This kind of goes with the quote at the beginning. )