Monday, August 29, 2011


Crazy video about Deep Underground Military Bases (D.U.M.B.)
Someone is building a post-modern day noah's ark. The american taxpayer is footin the bill, but we ain't invited.
Thanks Dutchsinse.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

World Revolution Update

0% is a pretty good rate.
That sounds a lot like socialism for the rich indeed.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Man dies during attempted copper theft

This is what it's come to.
A 21-year-old Woodland, N.J., man was electrocuted while attempting to steal copper wiring from a vacant Bucks County building shortly before midnight Aug. 16.

Patrick D. Dembrowski was dead when officers arrived at the former METCO Manufacturing building at County Line Road and Titus Avenue in Warrington, police said Wednesday.

Dembrowski, an employee with an auto auction facility in Mansfield, N.J., used a set of bolt cutters to get past the lock of a chain-link fence marked with a “high voltage” sign to get to an outdoor generator, police said.

He then attempted to cut into a piece of copper wiring inside the generator. A female companion called 911 when volts of electricity started coursing through Dembrowski’s body. When officers arrived, he was dead, police said.

Warrington Lt. Joseph Knox said that copper theft is very common and that Dembrowski’s death should be a warning to others that this type of illegal activity is dangerous. The incident remains under investigation.

Steve Jobs

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Anonymous posts pic of Linton Johnson's...Johnson

While the BART board was coming up with a protocol for when to deny its customers their ability to communicate freely, Anonymous posted a picture of BART spokesman Linton Johnson exposing his wiener while in the embrace of a shirtless man.
I debated whether or not to post the actual pic, but wth, I'm clearly not a principled professional journalist anyway, so here it is.

My deepest apologies.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

"They are all over the place"

This may be a little nerdy, but if you sit through it, you'll learn that not only did HAARP apparently play a role in the magma pile spewing out radioactivity in Fukushima, but there are also apparently several HAARPs scattered throughout the world.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Don't let the door hit ya...

OUSD Police Chief Pete Sarna has retired from police work as he is being investigated for a racist tirade he went on in front of two subordinates.
Sarna, who is white, attended the charity golf tournament at the Sequoyah County Club in Oakland on July 18 with two other sergeants from his department, one who is African-American and one who is white. The white sergeant, who filed the complaint, is represented by San Francisco attorney Joe O'Sullivan.

Because the men were drinking alcohol during the Sequoyah event, an officer was called to drive the trio to their homes.

According to O'Sullivan, on the drive to Orinda, where the African-American sergeant lives, Sarna called the African-American sergeant a racial slur "several times, told him that he had no right to live in (the area) because he's African-American, although he didn't use that word, told him he should be hung in the town square because he's African-American ... told him that he would be the last African-American he'd ever hire."

O'Sullivan said Sarna later approached the African-American officer and told him "that thing that happened never happened." The names of the officers involved in the incident were not released.
-Inside Bay Area

Good riddance asshole.

STFU all hypocritical politicians

Max Keiser loses it in this clip from a recent Keiser Report, and though he's talking specifically about the hypocrisy from David Cameron's UK government, the same can be said about any politician who is trying to capitalize on the rise in lawlessness by advocating for a more repressive state (to secure the lawless and soul-less economic climate).
It's not rocket science. If there were true law and order in the world, there wouldn't be so much lawlessness. Duh.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

BART police union website hacked

Now we're talkin. Anonymous hacked into the MyBART website and released names and contact info of its customers on Sunday. That's how they usually roll, and it's a tactic that doesn't exactly win them a lot of public support. However, today, in the wake of a mildly annoying protest in San Francisco on Monday, they took the fight to the cops.
A hacker group broke into a BART police union website Wednesday and released names, home addresses, email addresses and personal passwords of 102 officers in the second cyberattack against the transit system in a week.

BART and the police union confirmed the attack and criticized it as jeopardizing the security of police officers, who guard their home addresses carefully.
-Inside Bay Area

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Forensics don't lie

The medical report from the first post-rape examination of Nafissatou Diallo apparently confirms that the former hotel worker was indeed raped/sodomized in a non-consensual kinda way by former IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
"Cause of the injuries: assault. Rape," the report said, according to the French translation in L'Express.

A lawyer representing the accuser said the report proves the attack occurred.
-Yahoo! News

Meanwhile, DSK is still out of jail and megarich, and Diallo's life is even worse off than it had been before she was raped.

Bay Area Billionaire wants to build floating libertarian countries

Pay Pal founder and early Facebook investor Peter Thiel has given $1.25 million to an initiative to create floating libertarian countries in international waters, according to a profile of the billionaire in Details magazine.

Thiel has been a big backer of the Seasteading Institute, which seeks to build sovereign nations on oil rig-like platforms to occupy waters beyond the reach of law-of-the-sea treaties. The idea is for these countries to start from scratch--free from the laws, regulations, and moral codes of any existing place. Details says the experiment would be "a kind of floating petri dish for implementing policies that libertarians, stymied by indifference at the voting booths, have been unable to advance: no welfare, looser building codes, no minimum wage, and few restrictions on weapons."
-Yahoo! News

Yay! Monkey knife fights are that much closer to reality now...

BART cuts cell phone service, then has to shut down stations due to protests

This week, Operation Empire State Rebellion has set its sites on San Francisco.
On Sunday, Anonymous hacked into the MyBART website and published the contact info of its customers. The group called for a protest at the SF Civic Center BART station, where BART police officers murdered a "wobbly drunk" homeless man after he threw a knife on July 3.
Two BART officers approached 45 year-old Charles Hill on the Civic Center platform and shot him dead within 23 seconds of their arrival. They did not claim to mistake their guns for tasers...because only an idiot would do that.
At least one witness has publicly stated that Hill was neither running away nor lunging at the officers. BART station video of the shooting shows an object (allegedly a knife) sliding along the ground past an officer's feet (after it was thrown against a train) as he fires his weapon. Several people are seen slowly walking away from the scene, clearly not fearing for their lives. However, they begin to hurry away once the police start shooting.

Allegedly, Hill had first thrown a bottle at the officers, although there is no video evidence. This naturally begs the question....if a "wobbly drunk" throws a bottle and then a knife at officers, is he still a threat? He had no weapons on him when he was shot, so how can the police claim "self-defense?" Why did they opt for guns instead of tasers?
Having any object tossed at you is certainly cause for alarm, but IMHO, it doesn't justify murder/manslaughter/death-related-to-an-officer-involved-shooting.
BART seems to think it does though, as neither officer has been disciplined. One of them has actually been hired by the FBI, who is obviously impressed with his police work (murdering a drunken homeless man within 23 seconds of encountering him).

Two weeks later, and just a few days after the SFPD murder of Kenneth Harding over transit fare evasion, a protest shutdown 3 BART stations in downtown San Francisco. Protestors held open the doors of a train, and one man attempted to climb on top of a train.
On August 11, another protest was called for at the Civic Center station. BART officials got wind of it, and shut off cell phone service in all of the downtown SF BART stations.
This was the same week that the UK government talked openly of cutting off internet service amidst nationwide rioting in response to the police murder of Mark Duggan.
The tactic by BART succeeded in thwarting the protest for that day, but it opened up a whole new can of worms for the transit agency.
Anonymous got involved, hacked the MyBART website, and called for a 3rd protest on Monday, August 15. That protest only temporarily closed down several stations, but passengers were frustrated by the lack of communication from BART about where and when service would be restored.
For the better part of two hours, passengers were allowed to disembark trains and stations, but were not allowed to enter them, forcing commuters to seek other ways home. Some sat on the steps down to the BART stations, simply waiting out the chaos. Others walked from station to station, chasing rumors — many originating from BART officials themselves — that they had reopened.
-SF Examiner

Cell phone service was not interrupted this time.

Here's a great video of BART mouthpiece Linton Johnson defending HIS decision to cut off cell phone service on August 11...even though he initially denied that BART had done it, and then blamed subordinates for the decision once it became clear that BART was responsible.

You can't really get more spineless than that.

Both the ACLU and the Electronic Frontier Foundation announced today that they have backed off from threatened legal action against BART over the denial of service.

OUSD schools chief went on racist tirade in front of three subordinates

Oakland Unified School District Police Chief Pete Sarna has been placed on administrative leave while the district investigates a complaint that he repeatedly used a racial slur and threatened to kill a black subordinate while driving home from a nonschool sponsored charity event last month.
After a golf tournament, the 4 officers drove home together, and Sarna went off on a racist rant against one of the officers in the car, a black sergeant. Sarna told the subordinate that he should be lynched in the town square, and the meltdown was so horrendous that one of the two other officers filed the complaint.
Sarna was a lieutenant in the Oakland Police Department when he was tapped by then Attorney General Jerry Brown in December 2007 to become deputy director of the state Department of Justice Division of Law Enforcement, where he commanded a 1,300-strong force. But Sarna resigned in August 2007 after he crashed his state vehicle in Walnut Creek and was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Sarna's father, Peter Sarna, Sr., was a former captain in the Oakland Police department.
-Inside Bay Area

As the saying goes, "the bad apple doesn't fall far from the tree."

OUSD police are already under fire for the assassination of Raheim Brown, who was shot 5 times (twice in the head) because his car smelled like marijuana and he was trying to hotwire it during a high school dance.
Tamisha Stewart, the only civilian witness to the killing, who was in a car with Brown outside Skyline High, spoke for the first time publicly about the event. The screwdriver Brown was accused of using as a weapon, according to Stewart, was being used in an attempt to hotwire the car, and it “never left the ignition.”

While hotwiring a car might be cause for police attention, it is not cause for five bullets, including two to the head. Stewart added, “There was nothing that Raheim did that he deserved to die.” According to statements at the press conference, after Brown was killed, Stewart was beaten badly and jailed for almost a week.
-SF Bay View

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Our fleet is so much bigger than yours

So a week after China debuted it's very first aircraft carrier ever, the United States sent one of its own carriers to the coast of Vietnam, where leaders from that country got a ride and an airshow. This was the second visit in as many years for the USS George Washington.
Apparently the two countries are over that whole 'war' thing.
China claims nearly all of the South China Sea, which the U.S. has said it has a national interest in making sure freedom of navigation continues in an area home to vital shipping lanes.

Vietnam, the Philippines and several other Asian nations also stake claims to all or part of areas of the sea believed to be potentially rich in national resources. Both counties have looked to the U.S. following recent blow-ups with China over their oil exploration activities. Beijing denies it has interfered, but Hanoi and Manila have accused the communist giant of overstepping its bounds.

Hanoi has reacted sharply, holding live-fire drills in the South China Sea and allowing rare protests to be held for more than two months.

The carrier arrived from Thailand, where it had partied.
George Washington's mission is to ensure security and stability in the 7th Fleet AOR and to be in position to work with our allies and regional partners to respond to any crisis across the operational spectrum as directed.
-Commander, US 7th Fleet

Saturday, August 13, 2011

New Zealand backs Philippines on Spratly issue

About that $30 billion in US military aid to the Philippines...
Money can apparently buy you love.
After 'dialoging' with their counterparts in Manila earlier this month, the New Zealand Department of Defense has publicly backed their new BFFs on the issue of how to deal with territorial disputes in the Spratly region.
On Friday, the New Zealand Department of Defense has said that it is necessary for claimant countries to abide by the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and adhere to the 2002 ASEAN-China Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea.
The New Zealand government also agreed during a recent meeting with Filipino defense officials that the Spratly claimants—the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Brunei, Malaysia and Taiwan—should abide by the code of conduct they had signed in 2002 about settling territorial dispute peacefully, the defense department said in a statement.

The UNCLOS sets a country’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ)—an area where it has a right to explore for and exploit natural resources while allowing freedom of navigation and overflight to others— at 200 nautical miles from its coastline.

The Philippines has tussled with China over certain isles and reefs in the vicinity of the Spratly chain that fall within what Manila considers its EEZ as well as Beijing’s “nine-dash-line” claims over the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea).

NMA cartoon on London riots

Complete with Benny Hill, Sex Pistols, and The Smiths references...

World War III

"This is a war. This is world war III. This is the new war using financial derivaties, and the objective is to preserve the speculative rates given to the Wall street bankers of 0%."

The Trojan soldiers are exploding out of their horse.
Max Keiser breaks down how the hedge funds, investment banks, and ratings agencies have conspired to fill sovereign balance sheets with toxic derivatives that they are now trying to bring out of the "shadow banking system" and into the open. The derivatives bubble is bigger than it has ever been in history, and the bankstas know where the bodies are buried...and they're squeezing.
Keiser suggests that London rioters should be hired by the "plunderers" on Wall Street.
According to Mike Ruppert, they are.

Friday, August 12, 2011

OPD wishes somebody would

A recent study by Robert Washaw has found that Oakland police officers drew their guns and pointed them at individuals who did not present a threat 28 percent of the time.
Warshaw is the federal monitor assigned to oversee the Oakland Police Department in the wake of the Riders federal corruption case. He looked at reports of 80 incidents in which 215 officers had drawn their guns between Jan. 1 and March this year.
Officers are escalating their use of force with no information that supports their belief a person is armed, using a tactic that could quickly prove deadly while bypassing less dangerous methods, such as drawing a stun gun or using a hands-on technique.

"In a few instances," Warshaw wrote, "it seemed that the only offense that a subject 'committed' was running from the police. While it is reasonable to assume that someone may be running because (he or she) is wanted or guilty of an offense, running is not, in and of itself, against the law; and it does not serve as justification for pointing a firearm."
-Inside Bay Area

And right on cue, Oakland Police shot an unarmed homeless man last night in el Fruitvale.

World Revolution Update

"Historical" events happenin over in the UK.
Cameron also said he's considering banning individuals from social media if they are suspected of plotting criminal activity. Many young people in the melees were seen communicating by BlackBerry mobile e-mail and smartphone devices.

"Free flow of information can be used for good, but it can also be used for ill," Cameron said. "And when people are using social media for violence we need to stop them.

"So we are working with the police, the intelligence services and industry to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these Web sites and services when we know they are plotting violence, disorder and criminality," he said.

He later told reporters Home Secretary Theresa May would hold meetings with Facebook, Twitter and BlackBerry maker Research in Motion to discuss their responsibilities to prevent future incidents.

Interestingly enough, transit authorities in the Bay Area thwarted a planned protest by cutting off cell phone service at several BART stations yesterday.

Friday, August 5, 2011

NMA cartoon on crash of the Dow

World Revolution Update

"The whole system will collapse"

Mark Faber tells CNBC that the global economy needs a reboot.
"The next time we have a global economic crisis, it will be much worse than 2008. Before this happens there will be money printing and there will be war. The whole system will collapse," he said. "That's why I'm advising people that they have to think it through. In a total collapse you don't want to own government bonds and cash."

US credit downgraded to AA+

S&P downgraded the US credit rating today. For the first time in history.
The three main credit agencies, which also include Moody's Investor Service and Fitch, had warned that the country faced a downgrade if the government didn't sufficiently cut spending.
They didn't.
S&P said that in addition to the downgrade, it is issuing a negative outlook, meaning that there was a chance it will lower the rating further within the next two years. It said such a downgrade to AA would occur if the agency sees smaller reductions in spending than Congress and the administration have agreed to make, higher interest rates or new fiscal pressures during this period.
-Associated Press

And it was just sick the way they trotted out the woman who got shot in the head to cast the last vote on the debt bomb delay deal.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Dormant volcanoes coming back to life?

So I've been following this guy DutchSinse for a coupla months now (ever since the birth certificate fiasco), and he seems to be onto something pretty huge right now.
On Friday, he posted this video, which shows a major uptick in volcanic activity in California and Nevada.

On Sunday, he discovered similar activity (unexplained plumes coming out of formerly inactive volcanoes) in Oregon as well.
He claimed over the weekend that he was receiving photographic evidence of geothermal activity at some of these sites, but was waiting for video confirmation of an actual plume.
Yesterday, he posted this video evidence of a volcanic plume in Baja California del Sur.

Needless to say, coupled with a coinciding increase in earthquake activity throughout the globe, this situation deserves monitoring.