Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Goldman Sachs taking heavy media fire

Indictments forthcoming for high crimes and treason?

“The first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it's everywhere. The world's most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money. In fact, the history of the recent financial crisis, which doubles as a history of the rapid decline and fall of the suddenly swindled dry American empire, reads like a Who's Who of Goldman Sachs graduates.”
This is the opening to “The Great American Bubble Machine,” Matt Taibbi’s brilliant exposé in the July issue of Rolling Stone. Taibbi swiftly explains how Goldman Sachs has engineered every major market manipulation since the Great Depression, from stocks to the housing bubble to high gas prices. Thanks to the wonders of technology, you can also watch Taibbi explain how Goldman Sachs has been manipulating the world.
Almost simultaneously, analyst Max Keiser went off about the “financial terrorism” of Goldman Sachs on the BBC. In explaining how Goldman Sachs is stealing from every single person in America by manipulating the market, Keiser asks, “How is this any different from Osama Bin Laden?”
The answer to that question is none. For decades, the people running the worlds financial institutions, including Goldman Sachs, have started all the Wars on Earth, be they in Iraq or Vietnam or Europe. The people running the world’s financial institutions finance the political candidates, both Republican and Democrat, and the networks they campaign on, and then profit from the wars they engineer. The people running the world’s financial institutions, including Goldman Sachs, could have chosen to feed and clothe every single person in the world. By now, we could be enjoying world peace. To date, the bankers have instead decided to enjoy gaudy mansions and lifestyles, living off the hard work of sweatshop workers in the countries they have bankrupted. Be forewarned, the robber barons may let the dollar collapse, they have inflated it away, and you may want to invest in precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum, or a gold ETF.
You can keep drinking the Kool-Aid if you wish, but there will be consequences for America’s reckless spending of trillions created out of thin air. Start growing vegetables, forward this newsletter, and take to the streets with your Rand Paul clipboards, because real change – revolutionary change – is on the way. Just remember – violence begets violence. In the words of John Lennon – “All you need is love.”

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Interview with Mark NuYork

I had the chance to talk with hip-hop master Mark NuYork. You can buy his new single "We Made It" or check out "If You Could Understand."

Who do you respect in the rap game right now?

I respect artists like Lil' Wayne for his work ethic, Jay Z, I like newcomer Drake, gotta say Nas, Biggie, Pac, these guys help pave the way. Kanye West, Ludacris, and Common of course.

How do you perceive the opportunities for up-and-coming artists?

To answer this next question I see a lot of opportunities for new artists like myself, especially with the internet right now theres so much ways to get out, shout out to Soulja Boy he was smart to utilize the internet to get known.

Where are you from, and what was it like for you growing up?

Mark NuYork grew up in Brooklyn, New York, east Flatbush. It wasn't easy still not, currently I'm in Florida now.

You once said, "When I get paper, I'll become the hood's savior." How are you going to help people with your success?

One thing about achieving success is you never forget to give back. Not only where you come from but other countries as well, its so many unfortunate people out there. First off though is family my moms gotta get first.

Any questions I should have asked you?

You can let people know I'm thankful I'm around to see a black president. I am on facebook, myspace, youtube, also people can buy my music on either amazon or itunes. New album coming out soon don't have a date yet.

Thursday, August 6, 2009


I always want to share.

And when I share, I always end up with more.

Imagine that.

With this in mind, I want to share with you some of the greatest technologies that help make my life a joy on a daily basis.

The first is Television can not compare with this site, an endless selection of the most amazing videos in the world.

Secondly, is the death knell of newspapers. On a daily basis, users vote for the most pertinent and most fascinating stories from around the world, be they political, personal, or pictures that say more than a million words.

And finally, I have to share with you my newfound love of Indian culture.

The shakti mat which I use frequently always relieves the stress in my back, accrued from merciless games of basketball.

Indian spices helped me concoct a culinary delight tonight, a wonderful feast of squash, onion, cauliflower, carrot, potato, peanut, and green pepper cooked in olive oil, garam masala, cayenne pepper, turmeric powder, coriander powder, and cumin powder.

And where would I have learned to cook like this, were it not for the Krisna movement. When I first experienced Hare Krisna lunch on the UF campus, I was overjoyed.

I can not overstate the greatness of the vegetarian feasts they provide on a daily basis.

Hare Krisna.

Hare Bo.

Monday, August 3, 2009


Don't trust me.


I'm just a person, and people make mistakes.

If someone tells you something is the truth, you should ask, "Who's your source?"

Google everything, and triple-check, because while there a many different points of view, some people are well paid to deceive.

To that end, here is a list of places I frequent for reliable information.

Don't trust them either.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The New News

Thousands of scientists dispute the idea of man-made global warming. Their explanation? The sun is getting warmer.

In a related twist of fate, "green jobs" actually cost jobs.

In other enlightening government news, the government agreed to lie about 9/11 and some in Congress are pushing drugs for new mothers.

The truth movement is making a difference, which is why mainstream media is attempting to hijack it.

Back with more in a minute.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Mental Clutter by Glenn Campbell

Back in the early days of computers, every second of computing time was considered precious. On mainframes, users were billed for the CPU time their program used. Computing time was horrendously expensive, so people wrote their programs to use as little of it as possible. Each program was run in sequence (or "batched"), and when the computer got to your program (stored on punch cards or paper tape), it performed the task quickly then sent you the bill.

Today, computing is ridiculously cheap. Today's personal computers can do more that a multimillion dollar room-size computers a few decades ago, so no one thinks much about CPU usage. As long as your own computer has sufficient capacity for the task at hand (say, the word processing program I am using now), no one cares how efficient the program is or what empy processes are running in the background.

Unfortunately, the same oversupply of computing power does not apply to the human brain. If you think of the brain as a biological computer, its physical capacity hasn't changed in thousands of years. "CPU time" is still extraordinarily precious. Everything though you think takes time. You have think about things sequentially—first about one problem, then another—and at the end of the day, there are only a limited number of thinking units available to you. The physical machine also has a limited lifespan—longer that a typical PC but certainly not infinite.

In your own universe, your brain is the most expensive and valuable mainframe you have. Why, then, would you want to throw any of its capacity away?

People can be very efficient with their thinking time when they are focused on an important task, like writing a report or bringing an airplane in for a landing, but as soon as you give them the freedom to use their brain time as they wish, they seem intent on wasting it.

It is not a waste of brain to just sit and think, as long as the topics covered are important. Daydreaming is not necessarily a misuse of the brain's CPU time either, because that's often how you solve real-world problems. There is nothing wrong with staring into space and free-associating, because this is the way we process our past experiences and plan our future actions.

What is a waste of mental resources are all those millions of outside products and diversions that do nothing for us except soak up CPU time. Crossword puzzles and video games are prime examples. Vast swathes of brain time are absorbed by these devices with nothing to show for them in the end. Come to think of it, just about everything marketed as entertainment is a mental time waster of some kind. People are always seeking "stimulation" in their entertainment—that is, a high occupation of mental resources—but it isn't usually meaningful stimulation that contributes anything to their lives.

It seems as though most people want to waste their own brain capacity. They drink to avoid using it. They "party." They watch meaningless TV shows for hours every day. They have those iPod thingys stuck in their ears at all times so there's no possibility of any conscious thought intruding.

Perhaps this is the most destructive addiction of all: the addiction to thought avoidance.

This disease manifests itself as "boredom" whenever ones mental time isn't fully programmed. Boredom is like the smoker's craving for a cigarette or an alcoholic's lust for drink. As soon as most people have "nothing to do," they panic and try desperately to fill the mental space with something.

And it isn't just video games that fill the void. A voracious reader can be just as much an addict. Is he reading because of the real benefit he is getting from the content or because of the anxiety he feels whenever he sits alone without anything to process?

Why do people avoid their own thoughts? Perhaps it is because those thoughts keep leading them to unpleasant conclusions. If you feel, deep down, that you are worthless or have made mistakes you can't deal with, your unhindered thoughts are always going to lead you back there. If you keep your brain continuously occupied, then you never have to think those thoughts. When the amusements run out, though, that's when panic strikes and you look for something, anything, to keep the bad thoughts at bay.

If you care about doing something useful with your own mental capacity, you can't be swayed by boredom or panic. Instead, you must only do things with your brain time that make sense. Like CPU time on a mainframe, your "thought space" is something you need to protect and never waste. Like any other precious resource, it has to be carefully managed.

You can never tell your brain exactly what to think, but you can manage the environment in which it operates. If there is too much clutter in that environment, you're not going to get a lot of useful thinking done. If you are constantly being interrupted by outside stimuli, it is going to be difficult to accomplish much complex higher-level creativity. If you turn off the radio, remove the Bluetooth from your ear, turn of the laptop and withdraw temporarily from people, the quality of your thinking processes will probably improve.

Those are exactly the conditions that most people equate with "boredom," but if you are wise, you will learn how to work with boredom and make it your friend. Only by being comfortable with your own thoughts can you make the most of your brain capacity.

Friday, February 20, 2009

The illegitimacy of American government isn't permanent

We all know the American government does messed up things, like spying on protesters and labeling them terrorists.

By now, many of us know that the Federal Reserve is a private bank that is bankrupting America.

But what you may not know, is that our government is likely not the Republic we thought it was, but a corporate Empire that continually serves the rich and takes from the poor.

President Obama has proven that he too works for the establishment, and not the people.

At the rate we're going, dissent may soon be outlawed, the way it now is in Britain.

In the meantime, fight the power, but keep the faith.
If a man can invent this, we freedom fighters can turn this ship around.

After all, the power of our minds is unlimited.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Israel, Obama, and another cure for cancer

Welcome back Truth seekers!

Tony Farmer introduced me to the Gerson Institute today, which claims to cure cancer.

He also sent me this article which says flu vaccines can lead to Alzheimer's (I knew it! Well, not really, but I knew they were bad for you).

Ron Paul is trying to end the Federal Reserve. His archives on LewRockwell are a wealth, no, a national treasure of information.

Meanwhile, the Democrats might be on the attack against net neutrality, and's Glenn Greenwald says Obama failed his first test on civil liberties and accountability -- resoundingly and disgracefully.

When the army is slicing someone's genitals with a scalpel, there needs to be a public trial.

And finally, in honor of my friend Dan, here is a sampling of the real story on Israel.

Controversial Bestseller Shakes the Foundation of the Israeli State

What if the Palestinian Arabs who have lived for decades under the heel of the modern Israeli state are in fact descended from the very same "children of Israel" described in the Old Testament?

And what if most modern Israelis aren't descended from the ancient Israelites at all, but are actually a mix of Europeans, North Africans and others who didn't "return" to the scrap of land we now call Israel and establish a new state following the attempt to exterminate them during World War II, but came in and forcefully displaced people whose ancestors had lived there for millennia?

Israel is destroying the Palestinian food supply, bombing schools, and arresting their own citizens for protesting.

Israel is the aggressor.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

The Renovation of

Welcome friends! is now updated in all sections, with new contributors (including this article on marijuana curing cancer), new columns, new music, new front-page videos, and much more.

Soon, I will even have t-shirts designed by artist Phil Fung up for sale!

I will continue to update the site weekly with the most relevant news and videos.

In cleaning up the site, I had to cut some articles. I don't want to forever relegate my friends' work to the memory hole, so I will post them here:

Double Dose of Kummer
Two Bad Ass Columns - 9/6/07
By Chris Kummer

Michael Vick, Barry Bonds, and other behavioral anomalies
Sports - 8/28/07
By Max Wolson

DB (Denver Broncos)
Sports - 8/23/07
By T. Lilly

The folly of serious

By The Andrew Meyer

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