Michael E. Salla — The next window for disclosure



Mr. Salla talked about the Washington Post’s recent series of articles on US government secrecy, and suggested that classified UFO technology is being handed over to corporations, taking it out of citizen oversight. He commented that Stephen Hawking’s recent pronouncement that we should be wary of making contact with aliens was a positive development in that it turned the subject into a legitimate scientific debate. Salla believes the next window for govt. disclosure will be after the 2010 elections, and it may take the initial form of something far from Earth, such as related to exoplanets or a SETI signal, rather than a direct admission of ET visitations to our planet.

Washington Post report supports accounts of military personnel keeping UFO secrets from commanders.



According to a 22 year veteran of the U.S. Army, he was regularly called away for above Top Secret (i.e., compartmented programs) assignments involving the recovery of UFO crashes or artifacts. Clifford Stone claimed that he was instructed not to reveal anything to his regular army commander about his special training and/or assignments involving UFO technology and extraterrestrial life.


Another serviceman who was secretly trained and instructed not to disclose anything to his regular military commander is Dan Sherman. Sherman served for 12 years in the US Air Force. Alongside his regular military training as an electronic intelligence (ELINT) analyst, Sherman was secretly trained to be an “intuitive communicator” – someone trained to conduct telepathic communications. The Above Top Secret or compartmented program was called Project Preserve Destiny (PPD).  When Sherman was subsequently assigned to the NSA, he worked on a specially designed computer where he could perform both his normal ELINT work, and also work as an intuitive communicator when required with a group of extraterrestrials. The individuals responsible for Sherman’s training and subsequent covert work within the NSA were officers with the rank of Captain who would not operate through the normal chain of military command either within the USAF or within the NSA. The responsible organization appeared to be a parallel system that operated through but was not part of the NSA. He worked on PPD for almost three years.

The problem of personnel being ordered to keep secrets from commanders extends to the highest ranks of the military.

See also:


• earthtransformation.com
• exopolitics.org
• exopoliticsinstitute.org
• galacticdiplomacy.com
• Exposing U.S. Government Policies on Extraterrestrial Life
• Exopolitics: Political Implications Of The Extraterrestrial Presence
• The Hero’s Journey: Toward a Second American Century


Pioneer in the development of ‘Exopolitics’, Michael Salla discussed disclosure, secrecy, and changes in the way science and religion views ET contacts.

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126 Responses to “Michael E. Salla — The next window for disclosure”

  1. blessedistruth Says:

    Victor Davis Hanson

    July 28, 2010

    Obama’s Real Problem

    Why the president’s poll numbers have declined.



    Obama’s poll numbers are falling for three reasons clear to any amateur student of politics.

    First, the voters in 2008 did not vote for liberal change, but for change from the costly and lengthy Bush wars, deficits, spending policies, and immigration proposals.

    Second, after ramming through his health-care bill without either bipartisan support or public approval, Obama is polling badly on just about every hot-button issue.

    The electorate simply does not want cap-and-trade, amnesty, more deficits, and higher taxes.

    Rather, it prefers to produce more oil and gas, and more hydroelectric and nuclear power; it wants to follow the Arizona immigration model; it wants to cut spending; and it wants to balance the budget.

    Third, the problem is not that Obama is insufficiently attuned to race, but that he is perceived (fairly or unfairly) to be obsessed with it.

    Obama can choose to be a successful triangulating Clinton, or he can insist on being a failed ideological Carter.

    As the November election draws closer, those bad and worse choices will become even clearer to the president and his liberal supporters.

  2. blessedistruth Says:



    Exopolitical Comment # 34

    Covert Use of Exotic Weapons, Intelligence Leaks and Eschatology: An Exopolitical Perspective


    I have recently read an important article concerning two main factions within the military-intelligence community and their respective approaches to exotic technologies and extraterrestrial (ET) related issues

    (see: Vince Johnson, “The Aviary, the Aquarium, and Eschatology”, Close Encounter Chronicles Vol 1:1).

    The article suggests that these two groups of ‘insiders’ are divided over their respective approaches to ETs, use of psychotronic weapons, eschatological issues, and ethical orientation.

    The article suggests that there exists a group within the military-intelligence community that is devoted to the development and use of psychotronic weapons systems.

    Also described as ‘non-lethal’ weapons, these are used in ways that resemble the technological equivalent of ‘black magic’.

    According to this debate between insiders in the covert world, this exotic use of psychotronic weapons is very destabilizing to the planetary system and contributes to an eschatological event known as the End Times and/or the Second Coming.

    Articles concerning Planet X, 2012, etc., are eschatological in that there is looming an ‘eschaton’ (destructive/transformative global event) that will profoundly affect all life on the planet, either through global destruction or global transformation.

    On the other hand, there are those within the intelligence community, especially the CIA who are leaking information about this possible eschatological event and use of exotic technologies in order to apparently prepare humanity for the destruction/transformation that lies ahead.

    The link between the ‘eschaton’ and use of exotic technologies such as psychotronic weapons is allegedly something that is leaked by ‘friendly’ insiders within the intelligence community.

    Furthermore, the targeting of extraterrestrial ships by aggressive military elements is also something that is leaked by ‘friendly’ insiders within the intelligence community in order to bring about a change in this covert policy.

    Consequently, those commenting on the relationship between these two groups of insiders describe the conflict in terms of a struggle between dark and light in the covert world.


    “the eschatological event”

    I haven’t the faintest idea, if memory serves, Dan Burisch testimony supports this.

    And Dr Greer has warned of this.

    Well, you can’t trust all humans.

    And apparently you can’t trust all ETs either.

    This is why I warn my Christian friends NOT to long for the Second Coming too much.

    In God’s time.

  3. blessedistruth Says:

    But if anything will convince humans to fear BigGovernment, this will.

    I fear Global Government and Multi National Corporations.

    Decentralize power.

    Smaller is better.

    So why do so many who favor disclosure support Obama?

    Can we even trust our military any longer when even top brass are being kept in the dark?

    We’re fixated on small conspiracies like Obama’s eligibility, when there are much bigger fish to fry.

  4. blessedistruth Says:

    Forgive me for lacking faith in my government.

    But my government cannot help me.

    It would appear the only ones who can help me are benevolent extraterrestrials.

    Some would call them angels.


  5. blessedistruth Says:

    BTW, I’m not pushing this book.

    And I don’t doubt for one iota that something is happening to these people.

    The same mistake they all make.

    They think they’re special when this is happening to a big chunk of humanity.

    It’s probably a good thing that I did study hermeneutics.

    It’s virtually impossible to discern what these people actually experienced with their interpretation of said experiences.

    And the conclusions they’ve reached.

    And that goes for Burisch, too.

  6. blessedistruth Says:

    You know, I’ve never posted this.

    Maybe I should.


  7. blessedistruth Says:

    Good stuff. All over, again.













  8. blessedistruth Says:


    Bm E Bm

    Jesus’ blood never faild me yet,

    E A

    Never failed me yet,

    D C#7 F#m

    Jesus’ blood never failed me yet.

    B E Bm E

    This one thing I know, that he loves me so.


  9. blessedistruth Says:

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    46% — 54%

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  12. blessedistruth Says:

    July 29, 2010

    Voters See Cutting Spending and Deficits as Good for the Economy, Political Class Disagrees

    Support for Mexican Border Fence Up to 68%

    Illinois Governor: Brady (R) 44%, Quinn (D) 37%

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  13. blessedistruth Says:

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid

    Rasmussen Reports 7/27 – 7/27 750 LV 45 43 Reid +2

    PPP (D) 7/16 – 7/18 630 RV 48 46 Reid +2


    Sharron Angle (R)

    Harry Reid (D)

    Some other candidate

    Not sure

    (How can this 11% be persuaded to vote for Angle?)

  14. blessedistruth Says:


    According to Real Clear Politics, these are the 32 most important races. Of course, this list may get longer or shorter as November approaches. I know I’ll be working on AZ races and neighboring states.

    Working against Dems I probably would have voted for in the past.

    But the main thing in 2010 is to fire Nancy Pelosi.

    And to end one-party rule.

    Toss Up (31)

    AL2: Bright (D)

    AR1: Open (D)

    AZ5: Mitchell (D)
    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    CA11: McNerney (D)

    FL2: Boyd (D)
    FL22: Klein (D)
    FL24: Kosmas (D)
    FL8: Grayson (D)

    IN9: Hill (D)

    MA10: Delahunt (D)

    MI1: Open (D)

    MO4: Skelton (D)

    NM1: Heinrich (D)

    NY1: Bishop (D)
    NY13: McMahon (D)
    NY19: Hall (D)
    NY23: Owens (D)
    NY24: Arcuri (D)

    OH13: Sutton (D)
    OH18: Space (D)

    PA12: Open (D)
    PA3: Dahlkemper (D)
    PA8: Murphy (D)

    SC5: Spratt (D)

    VA11: Connolly (D)
    VA2: Nye (D)
    VA9: Boucher (D)

    WA3: Open (D)

    WI7: Open (D)

    WV1: Open (D)

    Toss Up (1)

    IL10: Open (R)

  15. blessedistruth Says:

    AZ5: Mitchell (D)
    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    Given the judge’s ruling in AZ yesterday, perhaps these two races got a little easier for Repub candidates?

  16. blessedistruth Says:


    A poll conducted by the Tarrance Group and paid for by the Paton campaign, gave Paton a 45 percent approval rating, while Giffords had 44 percent.

  17. blessedistruth Says:


    Giffords’ possible challenger

    Jonathan Paton, who must first win the Republican primary, voted for SB1070 in the Arizona Legislature.

    “Giffords has ignored the border and done nothing,” says Paton campaign manager Daniel Scarpinto.

    He says that Paton will make illegal immigration and border security the number one issue of the fall campaign.

    If he does get to run against her in November, it will be a contest not just based on issues.

    When they were much younger, Paton and Gifford once dated.

    Now they are implacable political foes.


  18. blessedistruth Says:


    Mitchell v Ward

    Jim Ward: SB 1070 Ruling is a Disappointment


    Today’s court decision should refocus Arizona’s CD-5 voters on the need to replace Harry Mitchell with a Congressman who will take the necessary action to close our border to all illegal immigration.

  19. blessedistruth Says:


    96 Days to Decide: Republicans Eye Arizona House Seat Once Held by Hayworth


    “I think Congressman Mitchell’s response is consistent with his chronic performance of not being able to come out on a position before (House Speaker) Nancy Pelosi tells him how to respond,” said Jim Ward, a top Republican contender in the Arizona House race.

    “I think you’re about to find that (Democrats) are going to lose three congressional seats here in Arizona, particularly because of the national reaction to the Arizona immigration law,” said David Schweikert, Ward’s main opposition in the GOP primary.

    Five Arizona seats are held by Democrats in the U.S. House.

    While Mitchell’s reticence to get political may seem above the fray to some, his opponents say Mitchell’s middle-of-the-road approach won’t sustain him in this fiercely anti-incumbent atmosphere.

    “Cearly, Harry Mitchell has done next to nothing to fill out government’s basic responsibility,” said Ward, a former vice president of Lucas Films who launched the original marketing campaign for golf star Tiger Woods.

    According to a July 25 Arizona Republic/WestGroup Research poll,

    61 percent of registered voters in Arizona support SB 1070,

    which prior to being struck down gave state and local law enforcement the authority to request someone’s immigration status when he or she is stopped for another violation.

    (After Repub primary we’ll know who will be running against Dem Mitchell.)

  20. blessedistruth Says:

    “With past rulings supporting Arizona’s employer sanctions law, the courts have made it clear states have the inherent power to enforce the laws of this country. I am confident that the courts will back the provisions in SB 1070 temporarily blocked by Judge Bolton,”

    — State. Sen. Russell Pearce, R-Mesa.

  21. blessedistruth Says:


    The state’s appeal will deal only with Bolton’s injunction, which stopped four provisions of the law.

    There still are seven lawsuits whose arguments on the law’s constitutionality await litigation.

    Those include the one by the federal government that prompted Wednesday’s ruling.

    Legal experts said the state’s appeal likely will go before a three-judge panel in what traditionally has been labeled the most liberal appellate court in the country.

    However, the 9th Circuit previously upheld Arizona’s employer-sanctions law, which cracks down on businesses that hire illegal immigrants.

    That case is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

    A ruling by the three-member appellate panel could be appealed to a larger group of justices in the 9th Circuit, according to Carissa Byrne Hessick, an Arizona State University law professor.

    She said that is rare in most appeals courts, but the 9th Circuit has been more willing to do it.

    Such a ruling could then be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    Marc Miller, a criminal-law professor at the University of Arizona, and Julie Pace, a Valley immigration attorney, said there are other options that could resolve the battle over the state’s immigration law.

    They include:

    • The Arizona Legislature modifying the law to appease the federal government’s concerns.

    • Brewer and the Obama administration settling the lawsuit and working together on immigration reform.

    • Having some other state outside the 9th Circuit pass an immigration law that is upheld in a different appellate circuit.

    That would force the U.S. Supreme Court to make a ruling that is applied throughout the country.

    Attorneys involved in the seven suits challenging the Arizona law said they expect a lengthy battle.

    Brian Bergin is an attorney representing Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever, who is a defendant in one of the suits.

    Bergin said the timing of when Bolton may hear arguments in the six lawsuits before her remains up in the air.

    A seventh case is before U.S. District Judge Neil Wake.

    Bergin said some of the various cases could be put on hold while any preliminary injunctions are appealed.

    Or all the cases could be consolidated into one big case.

    Bolton could even grant motions to dismiss some of the cases.

    “In terms of the lifespan of a lawsuit, these are in their infancy,” Bergin said.

  22. blessedistruth Says:


    Stakeholders react

    Brewer said Bolton’s order was not entirely a surprise, given some of the questions that the judge asked during last week’s court proceedings.

    Sen. Russell Pearce, a Mesa Republican and author of Senate Bill 1070, downplayed the significance of the judge’s order Wednesday, noting that it was just a temporary injunction and that

    *** she allowed the portion of the bill that requires agencies to enforce federal immigration law to the fullest extent to remain in place ***

    “As of Thursday, the handcuffs come off of law enforcement,” Pearce said.

    “This says clearly that we can enforce federal law and we cannot be impeded.”

    Pearce believes the case will ultimately make its way to the Supreme Court, and he predicted a win for Arizona.

    “We will appeal this immediately and we will win on appeal,” he said.

    “This will be to the Supreme Court eventually, and I expect a 5-4 decision in our favor, perhaps even 6-3.”

    Rep. John Kavanagh, one of the co-sponsors of the bill, had a less optimistic view of the ruling, calling Bolton’s ruling “very disappointing,” saying that she “went to the meat of the law.”

    “The decision is very disappointing,” Kavanagh said.

    “Those were major parts of the law that helped us battle illegal immigration.

    I assume that we will immediately appeal to the 9th Circuit (Court of Appeals).”

    Kavanagh said that the state remained committed to defending the law and seeing it enacted.

    “This is only the start of the legal battle.”

    Brian Bergin, the attorney representing Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever as a defendant in one of the lawsuits, said he appreciated the fact that Bolton didn’t prevent SB 1070 in its entirety from becoming law.

    “But the court did enter an injunction prohibiting the enforcement of what we consider to be some of the act’s more important provisions,” he said.

    Bolton has not yet issued an order in Dever’s case, but Bergin said he expects it to be similar to the one she has issued.

    He said he still has to talk to Dever but he expects they would appeal.

  23. blessedistruth Says:

    Arpaio the target of a million-dollar assassination contract by a Mexican drug cartel

    SB1070 protesters, police face off in PHX


    Several hundred people, waving U.S. and Mexican flags, gathered outside the headquarters of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who has been tough on illegal immigration.

    The Sheriff’s office said it expected a sit-in at which about 25 people would commit acts of civil obedience.

    It said organizers were planning a “Day of Non-compliance — Jailhouse Rock” to disrupt jail operations and bookings.

    “Not going to happen,” said Arpaio.

    “These irresponsible individuals who plan to create so much congestion around the jail that we cannot accept prisoners will end up being prisoners themselves.

    My deputies will arrest them and put them in pink underwear, count on it.”

    As a security measure, Arpaio said he would put the 1,400 inmates at the Fourth Avenue Jail under 24-hour lockdown at 9 a.m. Thursday.

    He cancelled public visitation and said only legal visits would be permitted.

    The Sheriff’s Office also said that extra security was ordered for Arpaio after federal investigators told him he again is the target of a million-dollar assassination contract by a Mexican drug cartel.

    SB1070 took effect at midnight Wednesday although it was stripped of several provisions by U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton, ruling on a challenge filed by the U.S. Justice Department.

  24. blessedistruth Says:

    An Abominable Decision [Mark R. Levin]



    First, the court states correctly that the sort of constitutional challenge brought here — a facial challenge — is the most difficult challenge to mount successfully.

    It requires that the plaintiff (here the federal government) must demonstrate that the law can never be applied in a constitutional fashion.

    The test cannot be met with hypothetical arguments — yet that is exactly what the court relies on in its ruling:

    the assertion that the AZ law will impose an impermissible burden on law enforcement, which is to determine the legal status of a person detained pursuant to the AZ law on the reasonable suspicion that the person is in the country illegally.

    *** The court does not provide any empirical basis to support its conclusion. ***

    It’s pure supposition.

    (Way above my head!)

    (But I have heard more than one talking head say that the judge’s ruling NOT based on merits. So in terms of constitutionality of SB1070, that hasn’t been determined yet?)

  25. blessedistruth Says:

    Arizona Governor Jan Brewer says the restrictions could be temporary while the court resolves the issues.

    “This is an injunction, they haven’t heard the merits of the bill.

    This is just an injunction, a temporary injunction,” Ms Brewer said.

  26. blessedistruth Says:

    The injunction is preliminary and does not guarantee that the administration will prevail in its effort over the next several months to have the entire law declared unconstitutional.

    But preliminary injunctions must meet a high legal standard, and Bolton specified that the government “is likely to succeed on the merits” of much of its argument.

    (I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.)

  27. blessedistruth Says:

    “the Justice Department is likely to succeed on the merits” ???

    *** it’s also language the judge has to use, in order to issue the injunction ***


    Clearly, at this stage, there are no winners and losers.

    Those who view the temporary injunction as a death blow don’t really understand what it’s all about.

    It is still possible this law could find its way into the books as is.

    The monkey wrench in the plan, from a 1070 supporters stance, is the language in the ruling which notes the “irreparable harm,” which will result if the law goes into effect.

    Judge Susan Bolton also notes the Justice Department is likely to succeed on the merits arguing that certain provisions are pre-empted by federal law.

    That’s a serious clue into her thinking, but one of the lawyers who argued these cases told me,

    *** it’s also language the judge has to use, in order to issue the injunction ***

    In other words, Bolton could still rule in the state’s favor, but it’s not likely.

    Meantime, good luck to the state in filing an appeal with the 9th circuit court of appeals in San Francisco.

    Often criticized as the most liberal court in the U.S., it has the highest percentage of judges appointed by Democrats.

    The court famously ruled the “under God” phrase in the pledge of allegiance violated the establishment clause in the Constitution (prohibiting the establishment of a national religion).

    The ruling was later overturned by the Supreme Court.

    So what’s next?

    A long slog toward a showdown in front of “the 9.”

    It’ll make this week look like a little skirmish.

  28. blessedistruth Says:

    Joel Pollak For Congress


    Joining Guy today will be the Republican candidate trying to unseat the very liberal Jan Schakowsky in Illinois, Joel Pollak.

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  29. blessedistruth Says:

    Obama polls continue to melt during Recovery Summer


    The economy is draining his popularity more and more every day.

    The Reuters poll suggests it is his weakest issue, and voters are gloomier about America’s direction than they were last summer.

    That’s not an unreasonable assessment.

    Though the U.S. economy is expanding, the annual growth rate is probably now closer to 2 percent than 3 percent

    — not enough to chip away much at the 9.5 percent unemployment rate before the elections come around.

    A change of control in Congress might seem a harbinger of gridlock next year.

    The dark scenario would involve battles as Republicans try to repeal parts of recent healthcare and financial sector legislation.

    But with greater numbers, the GOP might in fact feel more secure and thus more willing to haggle

    — as it did during Bill Clinton’s presidency.

    Hashing out compromises would, however, also require Obama to shift toward the Republicans on key issues like taxes and regulation.

    Doing so would be a much better option than spending his next two years defending the sweeping reforms passed in his first two.

    (Repubs have to win back House first. Not a foregone conclusion.)

  30. blessedistruth Says:

    Zandi and Blinder make a weak case for Big Government


    And what about the opportunity cost?

    All those hundreds of billions which could have been “spent” on long-term cuts in corporate and capital gains taxes that would have made America more competitive and boost growth.

    Even a tax holiday (as suggested by Art Laffer) would have been a more effective approach.


    Instead unemployment is headed back to 10 percent and GDP growth is sliding back toward 2 percent.

  31. blessedistruth Says:


  32. blessedistruth Says:

    Hawaii Ombudsman’s Office: Online research of requesters is acceptable



  33. blessedistruth Says:




    Testimony Sought of “Custodian of Records” AND Production of all records relating to President

    Decision to be made by Army Major General

    Washington, D.C., July 29, 2010.


  34. blessedistruth Says:

    Retired Army Major General Jerry Ralph Curry appeared on the Talk to Solomon Show and was questioned about Obama eligibility challenger LTC Terry Lakin and Obama’s eligibility.

    During this exchange MGEN Curry says that LTC Lakin is a very brave man but they will try to destroy him personally.

    He goes on to say we shouldn’t play games with Obama.

    The MGEN then says the House and Senate need to serve notice on Obama to clear up his eligibility or resign.



  35. blessedistruth Says:


    Guess what part of the Constitution goes next!

    Drastic change in works to revamp whole Electoral College


  36. blessedistruth Says:

    butterdezillion, they’re talking about you!


    starting here:

    Dr. Conspiracy 28. Jul, 2010 at 7:26 pm

    Butterdezillion’s theory, being passed on by nc1, is that the State of Hawaii has an opinion letter about how to deny things in such a way as not to disclose whether the thing being denied exists or not.

    Because the Department of Health didn’t use what Butterdezillion considered an equivalent of this formula


    (“forgot to say please” or in this case:

    “[the] records that would be responsive to the request, if any, are exempt from disclosure pursuant to sections 92F-13(3) and (4)”)

    their denial became an informative denial.

    The central tenet of the Office of Information Practices (OIP) letter is that the agency should give the same reply whether they have the record or not.

    To my knowledge the birthers have not shown that the Hawaii Department of Health replies that they cannot release the information in one case, and that they have no information in another.


    Don Draper 28. Jul, 2010 at 8:44 pm

    Apparently, BZ has requested and is entitled to see BO’s certificate number in his index data.

    Why won’t HDoH confirm the certificate number on the 1961 COLB?


    VR-1 Birth index (p 21 on retention schedule)

    VDR-1 Delayed BC Index (p. 22 on retention schedule)

    VDR-6 COHB Index (p 23 on retention schedule)

    VDR-10 Index to certificates of foreign birth (p 19 on retention schedule)

    I’ve enclosed the retention schedules so you can see what I’m talking about.

    There should be either original copies or microfilms.

    Since these are from 1961 they would not be computerized.

    I’m asking for electronic copies of the original or microfilmed records, including everything that was authorized for public release before UIPA was passed in 1988

    (name, birth date, and certificate number – which were public since at least 1977; see p. 11 of OIP Opinion Letter 90-23 )

    since UIPA was not intended to close any previously-authorized disclosures (see Opinion Letter 90-04 (page 6 ) .

    Any other information may be redacted if its disclosure was not authorized before 1988 and an exemption to disclosure applies)

    (Me: Scroll down for more at above ObamaConspiracy link.)

  37. blessedistruth Says:

    Kingston endorses Deal for governor

    Savannah Republican urges Johnson supporters to back his former congressional colleague for governor




    To: luckybogey

    Congressman Deal wrote Obama and asked for a certified copy of Obama’s birth certificate because many of his constituents expressed doubt Obama was born in the U.S.

    Obama didn’t respond.

    5 posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 8:22:33 AM by SvenMagnussen (Almost Famous!)

  38. blessedistruth Says:

    Inside a Radical Manifesto



    How do you successfully convince America that they need a revolution?

    Their solution:

    “First by creating a pervasive politicization and second by relating everything to the most militant and advanced struggles going on so that they influence and set the pace for a lot more people.”

    Make everything political and create or relate it to a crisis. And, of course, this is a standard tactic of politicians today. Beat up America.

    Say it’s worse than it really is. Equate the capitalist system and our challenges to the worst the world has to offer.

    Have we seen that today?


    SEN. RICHARD DURBIN, D – ILL.: This must have happened by Nazis, soviets in their gulags or some mad regime — Pol Pot or others — that had no consideration for human beings.

    NEW YORK CITY MAYOR BLOOMBERG: Terrorists kill people. Weapons of mass destruction have the potential to kill an enormous numbers of people,

    Global warming in the long term has the potential to kill everybody.

    ANDY STERN, FORMER SEIU PRESIDENT: America is not clearly going to be the dominant economic superpower in the long run.


    The radicals of the Weather Underground knew that they still had an uphill battle.

    Luckily, they also felt that they were smarter than everyone else and they could understand the masses and their petty motivations:

    “Much of this category gets some relative privileges — i.e. benefits — from imperialism, which constitute some material basis for being racist or pro-imperialist.”

    So people are their stupid or bigots. They’re talking about you. You’re just not enlightened.

    You can’t see the correct path — so they try to avoid change and then you become racist and ignorant. Or, to put it another way:


    PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: You go to a lot of small towns in Pennsylvania, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing’s replaced it.

    And they’ve gone through the Clinton administration and Bush administration and each successful administration has said that somehow these communities are going to regenerate and they have not.

    It’s not surprising then they get bitter and they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people that aren’t like them or anti-immigrant stuff or you know anti-trade sentiments.


    What the ignorant masses don’t understand is while they’re clinging to their silly traditions, the truth is that their wealth isn’t really their wealth.

    In a truly progressive society their wealth belongs to the world.

  39. blessedistruth Says:

  40. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Barrasso has been out there every week with his second opinions on ObamaCare.

  41. blessedistruth Says:

    Obamacare Remodels American Health Care After Failed British System

    As America moves towards big government health care, Britain forced to restrict care

    July 28, 2010


  42. blessedistruth Says:

    We should have remodeled American health care after successful Swiss system.


  43. blessedistruth Says:

  44. blessedistruth Says:

  45. blessedistruth Says:

    I love Senator Gregg! Doesn’t he remind you of “Scarecrow” in Wizard of Oz?

    I love Scarecrow, too!

  46. blessedistruth Says:

    What would Republicans do for the economy? An interview with Rep. Paul Ryan.



    But to just push you on this one more time, even under the best circumstances, that will take a long time.

    What Congress produces won’t be what’s in your white papers.

    So best-case scenario:

    Replacing them takes awhile, and there’s going to be natural uncertainty as banks, for instance, now have to wait to see what the new rules will be on them.

    And so what do you do in the interim to unlock this capital?


    If Nancy Pelosi came to me and said I’ve been wrong, you’re right, what do you want to do immediately, we could put caps on spending, maybe make a good dent on future spending through the [fiscal] commission, and extend the tax cuts two years.

    That, in and of itself, would really help the economy.

    (Ezra will probably trash Rep Paul Ryan’s ideas in the future. Still, glad to see Paul Ryan interviewed anywhere.)

  47. blessedistruth Says:

    Esquivel is considered one of the foremost exponents of a style of late 1950s-early 1960s quirky instrumental pop that became known (in retrospect) as “Space Age Bachelor Pad Music”.


  48. blessedistruth Says:

    Former Extraterrestrial Exposure Law proves Extraterrestrials live among us


    In the Exopolitics Journal, Dr. Michael E. Salla documents that,

    “In 1969, NASA passed a federal regulation dealing with ‘Extra-terrestrial Exposure’.

    The Extraterrestrial Exposure law, offers a legal precedent for the detention and indefinite imprisonment of any individual who comes into contact with extraterrestrials.”

    The existence of such law at any time, is a basic acknowledgement that government interests are aware that Extraterrestrials have come into contact with the human population of Earth.


    Private citizens can be denied their constitutional rights despite the imputation that such laws or regulations prohibiting unauthorized contact with extraterrestrials had been withdrawn and placed on reserve status.

    Dr. Salla documents discreet testimonies of different contactees and whistleblowers which suggest that extraterrestrial visitors who are virtually indistinguishable from humans are living among us.

    These extraterrestrial visitors appear to have very attractive physical characteristics, extraterrestrial females being described as among the most beautiful women that male observers have witnessed.

    The documented extraterrestrials go to great trouble in learning the indigenous language of the culture they are immersed in, learning how to drive and navigate on highways systems, and taking innocuous jobs over several years.

    Dr. Salla indicates that, extraterrestrials visitors are monitored and even taken into custody before being released which he says, suggests that a vast covert monitoring system is in place.

    Some Extraterrestrials living among us appear to be operating in a manner similar to a celestial peace corps where they try to blend in.

    They presumably wish to learn about Earth culture and behaviour; and to, perhaps, assist in passing on information to selected individuals.

    The fact that these extraterrestrials are monitored rather than immediately taken into permanent custody suggests that decisions have been taken by responsible government agencies to tolerate such an extraterrestrials presence.

    However, it appears that other human-looking Extraterrestrials living among us, are a part of an apparent alliance of Manipulative Extraterrestrials, which seeks to help facilitate the organized control and exploitation of Earth.

    Such human-looking Manipulative Extraterrestrials and their controlled human minions have been linked by various Exopolitics groups to a currently being initiated totalitarian “New World Order” agenda.

    (Truth stranger than fiction?)

  49. blessedistruth Says:

    Extraterrestrials Among Us

    Michael E. Salla, Ph.D.

    Exopolitics Journal 1:4 (October 2006).


  50. blessedistruth Says:

    I thought I had read that Lt Col Stevens had passed. Not sure.

    Regular Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Wendelle C. Stevens


    Some of this stuff is so far-fetched. But what could be more far-fetched than believing that we are being visited by extraterrestrials?!










  51. blessedistruth Says:


    “In December 1953, the Joint Chiefs of Staff issued Army-Navy-Air Force publication 146 that made the unauthorized release of information concerning UFOs a crime under the Espionage Act, punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.”

  52. blessedistruth Says:

    “no police official or elected official can tell the police officer that you cannot enforce immigration laws,”

    MyFox Phoenix

    Sheriff Joe

  53. blessedistruth Says:

    Mexican Drug Cartel Allegedly Puts a Price on Arizona Sheriff’s Head

    $1M offered for Arpaio, $1K to join cartel


  54. blessedistruth Says:

    47% — 53%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  55. blessedistruth Says:

    July 30, 2010

    Voters Remain Divided Over Kagan Confirmation, But 87% Say It’s Likely

    Washington Senate: Murray (D) 49% Rossi (R) 47%

    Pennsylvania Senate: Toomey (R) 45%, Sestak (D) 39%

    Rasmussen Reports

  56. blessedistruth Says:

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid LVRJ/Mason-Dixon Reid 43, Angle 42 Reid +1

    Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist Quinnipiac Crist 39, Rubio 33, Meek 13 Crist +6

    Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Greene vs. Crist Quinnipiac Crist 37, Rubio 32, Greene 17 Crist +5

    Pennsylvania Senate – Sestak vs. Toomey Rasmussen Reports Toomey 45, Sestak 39 Toomey +6

    Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray Rasmussen Reports Murray 49, Rossi 47 Murray +2

    Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink vs. Chiles Quinnipiac Scott 29, Sink 27, Chiles 14 Scott +2

    Florida Governor – McCollum vs. Sink vs. Chiles Quinnipiac Sink 26, McCollum 27, Chiles 14 McCollum +1

    Michigan Governor – Republican Primary EPIC-MRA Hoekstra 23, Snyder 26, Cox 24, Bouchard 10 Snyder +2

    Nevada Governor – Sandoval vs. Reid Rasmussen Reports Sandoval 50, Reid 40 Sandoval +10

    Real Clear Politics

  57. blessedistruth Says:

    I sure would like to see more polling done on House races.

    That’s where the action is in 2010.

  58. blessedistruth Says:

    Maxine Waters (God Help Us!)

    “They responded to a video that was done by the enemy, the same enemy that just killed the ACORN,” Waters said during the panel discussion, referring to conservative activist Andrew Breitbart, who initially posted the edited video on his website.

    Jul 28, 2010 FOXNews

  59. blessedistruth Says:

    Understanding the Health Care System


    As Dan Mitchell points out, real health care reform would have just two parties to most transactions: buyer and seller.


    There are two other things I’d like to see. One is that health insurance should not be linked to your job.

    Under both the current system and Obamacare, if you lose your job, you lose your insurance at exactly the time you need it most.

    This can be done by treating employer-provided insurance exactly the same as individual insurance in the tax code.

    Employer-provided insurance is currently given special treatment.

    Real reform would also fundamentally change the way we use health insurance.

    The purpose of insurance is to insure against unexpected risks. Your annual physical does not fit that description.

    Having insurers pay for routine, expected expenses is like using your auto insurance to pay for a tank of gas and a car wash.

    No wonder premiums are so high. Health insurance isn’t really insurance.

    It’s pre-paying for your health care.

    And it also has one whopper of a principal-agent problem that explains a large portion of why health costs are so shockingly high.


    (Repubs need to win back House before ObamaCare can be changed or improved. And even then it will be difficult until Obama no longer president.)

  60. blessedistruth Says:

    Eligibility challenger: Bring on the evidence

    Officer who refused orders from Obama chain of command seeking birth records


  61. blessedistruth Says:

    Who knows?!

    The Untold Story: Elena Kagan has been running interference on Obama eligibility hearings


  62. blessedistruth Says:

    kadhi courts = sharia courts


    Even some conservative American groups are weighing in on the Muslim courts issue ahead of the vote.

    “This is a government-sponsored Islamic law system,” said Jordan Sekulow, the director of international operations at the Center for Law and Justice.

    It was founded by U.S. evangelical Pat Robertson and has recently opened a branch in Kenya.

    Press releases sent by the organization describe Sekulow as “heavily involved in grass-roots efforts with Christian organizations in opposition to the Kadhi courts.”

    Sekulow says public funds should be directed to reforming Kenya’s secular courts instead, where cases that can be resolved within a month in the Kadhi courts can wait years for a judgment.

  63. blessedistruth Says:

    Charge: U.S. promoting abortion in Kenya


    Smith, R.-N.J., has based his charge of illegal activity by the Obama administration on the Siljander Amendment, which Congress has adopted annually stating that “no foreign assistance funds may be used to lobby for or against abortion.”

    Smith, citing USAID information that $23 million has been expended in Kenya to fund nonprofit organizations promoting voter turnout, has waged his allegation of illegality since mid-July, including a July 21 news conference and written statement.

    To date, Smith’s allegations have resulted in the U.S. Embassy in Kenya suspending funding to nine of as many as 200 recipient organizations.

    Smith has noted that one of the groups — which helped draft the broadened abortion language — has ties to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

    The nine organizations “may be only a tip of the iceberg,” Smith asserted at the July 21 news conference.

  64. blessedistruth Says:

    The second-quarter GDP report and the 2010 midterms


    This Cook Political Report forecast certainly seems realistic, if not a bit cautious:

    The Cook Political Report’s current outlook is for a 32 to 42 seat net gain for Republicans.

    Currently there are 255 Democratic and 178 Republican House members and two vacant seats, one formerly held by a Democrat and one by a Republican.

    Republicans need to net 39 seats to reach a bare majority of 218 seats.

    (I read they need to net 40 seats.)

    The Cook Political Report’s current outlook is for a 5 to 7 seat net gain for Republicans.

    Currently there are 57 Democrats, two independents that caucus with Democrats, and 41 Republican Senators.

  65. blessedistruth Says:

    David Brooks vs. Paul Ryan


    The “risk shift” argument is a phony one.

    Unsustainable social insurance programs means risk has already been shifted onto American taxpayers.

    The only question now is how to structure that risk.

    *** And the only way to restructure entitlement programs so they don’t bankrupt America or saddle it with sky-high taxes is a plan like that advocated by Ryan. ***


  66. blessedistruth Says:


    IHS Global: “The implication is that growth in Q3 will be slower than in Q2.” And that report comes out the Friday before Election Day

  67. blessedistruth Says:

    “agents of white monopoly capital” ???

    The Names Have Changed But the Philosophy Is the Same


    And from the founder of black liberation theology, James Cone:


    JAMES CONE, FOUNDER, BLACK LIBERATION THEOLOGY: Well, if you’re identifying with the victim, you not only want to feel good about that, you also have to pay back what you took.

    You just don’t say, “Please forgive me now.”

    The only way in which your repentance, your forgiveness can be — can be authentic, your reception of it can be authentic, your repentance can be authentic, is that you give back what you took.

    And white people took a lot from black people.


    Liberation theology is less of a religion than an anti-capitalist political philosophy.

    The Weather Underground made it very clear that you cannot separate these two viewpoints.

    They criticized “so-called black capitalists who are promoted by the power structure to seem independent but are really agents of white monopoly capital.”

    (Man, this guy really is into guilt trips. No, thank you very much.)

    What does that mean?

    Do I need to say more than Clarence Thomas, Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell?

  68. blessedistruth Says:

  69. blessedistruth Says:

    Brewer: 1070 may need ‘tweaking’


    Brewer didn’t elaborate last night on what kinds of “tweaks” might gain the Legislature’s support — or pass Constitutional muster.

    But it’s worth keeping an eye on as the legal case wears on and lawmakers return to regular session in January.

  70. blessedistruth Says:

    07-29-2010 11:03 AM #13

    Defender of Liberty

    I am glad to hear that Arizona is considering a counter suit.

    They can definitely prove their case that the federal government is not enforcing the law and that is causing material damages to Arizona.

    *** We have a county here in Virginia (Prince William County) that has almost the exact same law and it has been in effect for a couple of years. ***

    In short it has worked.

    There is a push to get our general assembly (state congress) to pass a similar law state wide.

    The best part is our Commonwealth’s Attorney, Ken Cuccinelli, has already taken the feds to court over Obamacare and I’m positive he’d dig right into a fight like Brewer is doing.

    More states joining this effort would really help I think.

  71. blessedistruth Says:


    VAN SUSTEREN: I imagine you were quite disappointed, I mean, because, you know, when we spoke on July 22nd (INAUDIBLE) you thought would you win.

    And I think you pretty much — you know, it pretty much really went — didn’t go your way.

    BREWER: Well, you know, we were. We were. I was disappointed. You know, I was very, very hopeful.

    But knowing when we left court that — we knew that she had some concerns.

    But we thought that, you know, maybe they — she would rule in our favor.

    Bottom line is, is that, you know, Greta, you’re a lawyer, I’m not, but you have five lawyers in a room, you’re going to get five different opinions, generally speaking.

    We have a wonderful…

    VAN SUSTEREN: Probably six.


    BREWER: Right! We have a wonderful law team, you know, put together, and people from outside the state and lawyers inside the state, say we’ve got a very solid case.

    So you know, they got their injunction, but we have a — we still have a long ways to go.

    And if need be, we can — like I say, we can tweak it and move forward.

    And you know, I said yesterday, you know, you know, if they’re not going to —

    *** if the feds aren’t going to do their job, well, then, I’m up to suing the feds to make them do their job! ***

    I mean, they sued Arizona, you know, we can sue them back!

    I mean, they’re not — they’re not enforcing the laws!


    Obama not enforcing federal law.

    Obama not protecting Arizonans.

    Obama not protecting Arizonans’ private property.

    Can AZ sue feds?

    Can Arizonans sue feds?

  72. blessedistruth Says:




    Thursday’s operation, dubbed “Operation 1070” will be the 17th such crime suppression/illegal immigration operation by the Sheriff since March 2008.

    In the sixteen previous operations, nearly 1000 violators of the law have been arrested, a full 60% of whom were later determined to be illegal immigrants.

    In addition to those statistics, Sheriff’s ICE trained officers in the jails have investigated over 331,000 men and women as they were booked into jail and 36,000 of those were determined to be here illegally.

    Immigration holds were placed on all 36,000 making them subject to deportation after their sentences are adjudicated.

    As for Thursday’s operation, Arpaio says he will be most interested to witness the arrest numbers.

    Previous operation always resulted in arrests, but Thursday’s operation may be different, he says, because SB1070 may already be seeing the effects of being a deterrent.

    “Local law enforcement may find that we don’t come across the numbers of illegal aliens we usually do in operations such as this because many have left the area,” Arpaio says.

    Source: Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office


    Obama could secure AZ border if he wanted to.

    Obama could determine which illegal immigrants are dangerous and deport them if he wanted to.

    We could then find a way for other illegal immigrants to stay that doesn’t involve automatic and immediate citizenship and voting rights.

    There are a lot of good ideas out there.

    Instead, Obama is willing to sacrifice Arizonans’ safety in order to get what he really wants.

    Which are grateful ex-illegals he believes will go to the polls and vote for Dems.

  73. blessedistruth Says:

    Haven’t posted this album in awhile. Fun for a Friday!













  74. blessedistruth Says:

    Joe Sarno plays the soundtrack to my life and inspires me.

    1. La Boheme – Charles Aznavour

    2. Jaures- Jacques Brel

    3. Onde Anda Voce – Vinicius De Moraes

    4. Baudelaire – Serge Gainsbourg

    5. La Peau Douce – Georges Delerue

    6. Coracão Vagabundo – Gal Costa & Caetano Veloso

    7. Young Girl Blues – Donovan

    8. Back Street Girl – The Rolling Stones

    9. Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour- Francoise Hardy

    10. Master Song – Leonard Cohen

    11. Sooner Or Later (One Of Us Must Know) – Bob Dylan

    12. Juliet Of the Spirits – Nino Rota













  75. blessedistruth Says:

    BTW, I’m not talking about this Joe Sarno.

  76. blessedistruth Says:


    Does anyone else have a voice like his?

    Reminds me of a stringed instrument, in the lower range.



  77. blessedistruth Says:

    I love my shirt!


  78. blessedistruth Says:

    44% — 56%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    “Total Approve” down 3 points in one day from 47 to 44!

    Wonder if that has anything to do with ruling on AZ immigration law.

  79. rosettasister Says:

    July 31, 2010

    32% in Illinois Say Blagojevich Is About As Ethical As Most Politicians

    Oklahoma Senate: Coburn (R) 65%, Rogers (D) 31%

    65% in Alabama Support Offshore Oil Drilling, 59% Favor Deepwater Drilling


    I would love to know how Ras Reports goes about deciding which races and which issues to poll.

    Cause some of them are pretty weird!

  80. blessedistruth Says:


    To: Polarik

    I remember our senator, Jon Kyl, saying that snopes had debunked the fact that BO was born in Kenya. Silly, fool.

    98 posted on 07/30/2010 1:07:04 PM PDT by azishot (I can see November from my house!)


    To: azishot

    I actually made a reminder this week to contact him and ask him about that April 2008 story. I also have a not to contact Vitter of Lousiana and tell him he absolutely has standing to sue Obama and everyone connected with this overthrow of the U.S Government

    99 posted on 07/30/2010 8:33:46 PM PDT by Polarik


    Memo to all Repub candidates:

    Do not touch “birther” issue with a ten-foot pole.

    But don’t be a birther basher, either.

  81. blessedistruth Says:

    Dave 31. Jul, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    Taitz has just posted Stanley Ann Dunham’s passport application, which somebody got through a FOIA request. How’s your FOIA request coming along?

    Found at ObamaConspiracy

  82. blessedistruth Says:

    FOIA Release: Stanley Ann Dunham’s Passort Applications


    Posted on | July 31, 2010






  83. blessedistruth Says:

    Kenya’s No camp paints Eldoret Red

    Their de facto leader William Ruto


    Meanwhile Eldoret Catholic bishop Cornelius Korir has called on Christians in the country to pray that the country rejects the proposed constitution, essentially voting for life.

    Bishop Korir asked Christians to think first as Christians by rejecting anything that was contrary to their faith.

    He was speaking at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Eldoret during a mass to celebrate the closing of the year of priests which was attended by priests and nuns from the diocese.

    The church has opposed the proposed new law saying the clause on right to life opens a window for people to conduct abortions on demand.

    The bishop however called for a peaceful referendum saying the country should not go up in flames following the outcome of the vote.

  84. blessedistruth Says:

    Joseph Farah is founder, editor and CEO of WND and a nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate.

    Upping the ante on eligibility


    I commend to everyone interested in this question the New York Times best-selling book, “Manchurian President,” by Aaron Klein and Brenda Elliott.

    This is hardly the first time I have mentioned this book, which I helped publish and helped title.

    It’s a masterful, well-documented account of Obama’s extremist ties, but it’s much more than that.

    In fact, it is the first best-selling book in America to include a full chapter on the eligibility question – but, I suspect, not the last.

    What are the conclusions of this carefully crafted examination of the issue?

    Was Obama born in Hawaii? It doesn’t matter, say the authors.

    If the president is telling the truth about who his parents were, he is, for all intents and purposes, ineligible to serve under the Constitution and legal precedents.

    I agree – with one caveat.

    Since I don’t believe anything Obama says, I still want to see that birth certificate.

    I don’t accept that Barack Obama Sr. and Stanley Ann Dunham are necessarily his birth parents.

    (Wow! That’s pretty far-fetched!)

    The historical record is pretty thin there, too.

    Why should we accept such an assertion at face value when practically everything Obama has told us about his life story has proven to be untrue?

    Nevertheless, it is certainly an intriguing piece of research by Klein and Elliott – a forgotten chapter in an extraordinarily well-received book.

    And if you are following this story of eligibility and cover-up the way I am, you will want to get it and share it with everyone you know.

    It should add new pressure to the public’s demand for the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth about who this guy in the White House really is.

    As for me, I still very much want to see that birth certificate.

    I am more convinced than ever that, when we see it, there will be a lot of very surprised Americans.

    (But Mr. Adams has said it doesn’t exist.)

    (Tim Adams, a former senior elections clerk for Honolulu, has said there “definitely” are problems with Obama’s Hawaii birth story.

    “As of the time I was in Hawaii working in the elections office we had many people who were asking about the eligibility of Senator Obama to be president. I was told at the time there is no long-form birth record, which would have been the case if President Obama was born in [a] hospital in Honolulu. There is no such form in Hawaii,” he said.)

    I’m not sure what it’s going to reveal, but there is almost certainly some shocking information in there that will change our perceptions about the man in the White House.

    “some shocking information” ?

    perhaps, but not necessarily info which makes him ineligible.

  85. blessedistruth Says:

    Congressman Paul Ryan highlights his Roadmap for America’s Future at the Brooking Institution on July 22, 2010.

  86. blessedistruth Says:

    MSNBC Audience Gets Rare Econ Lesson From Professor Ryan


    RYAN: No, no. You have to understand, Chris, 75 percent of those people who pay that tax rate are small businesses who file as individuals, not corporations.

    That’s the problem with this economic argument, Chris, is when you think you’re just taxing rich people like Bill Gates, what you’re end up doing is you`re hitting successful small businesses.

    When we tax our employers more than our foreign competitors tax theirs, they get our jobs and we lose in global competition.

    So, we ought to be keeping our eye in economic growth and job creation, what`s necessary to do, and that means low tax rates on businesses and small businesses in certainty.

    We have a whole new tax on certainty that’s hurting economic growth.

    *** We need to give taxpayers certainty that they’re not going to have a huge wave of tax increases in 2011 and then another in 2013. ***

  87. blessedistruth Says:

    Maybe I was hearing things this morning, but I was listening to the Business Block on Fox News this morning.

    I thought I heard someone say that Obama and Dems trying to pass law that would make it ILLEGAL to cut taxes on wealthiest Americans!!!

    Are the Dems trying to foment civil strife?!

    If it’s not White against Black, it’s White against Brown or Haves v Have Nots!

    In my next lifetime, I’m going to be Red or Yellow.

    Geez Louise!

  88. blessedistruth Says:

    NbC 31. Jul, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    Some interesting notes:

    in the first 4 pages of the FOIA release, page 4 shows Barack Hussein Obama (Soebarkah) crossed out as “amend to exclude/include children”. This should lay to rest the idea that Barack had been adopted. However what does the annotation mean? A nick name?

    Nor is there any evidence that Dunham became an Indonesian citizen.

    So far it lays to rest some myths and raises one interesting question: Who/what is Soebarkah(sp)?

    Found at ObamaConspiracy


    Me: “This should lay to rest the idea that Barack had been adopted.”

    I don’t know, Berg has made a convincing case that Lolo adopted Barack.

  89. blessedistruth Says:

    What a great song!

    The Pied Pipers in their 1951 formation (left to right: Chuck Lowry, Louanne Hogan, Clark Yocum and Hal Hopper) in a musical short (known back then as “Snader Telescriptions”) filmed in 1951 by Louis D. Snader. Words and music by Johnny Mercer.

    Dream, when you’re feelin’ blue
    Dream, that’s the thing to do
    Dream, while the smoke rings rise in the air
    You’ll find your share of memories there
    So dream, when the day is through
    Dream, and they might come true
    Things never are as bad as they seem
    So dream, dream, dream!

    They were accompanied by the Ernie Felice Quartet:

    Accordion – Ernie Felice
    Clarinet – Dick Anderson
    Bass – Rolly Bundock
    Guitar – Dick Fisher

  90. blessedistruth Says:

    Some of Stanley Ann (Dunham) Obama Soetoro’s Passport Application Records Are Released due to Strunk FOIA Filing


  91. blessedistruth Says:

    misha 31. Jul, 2010 at 7:01 pm

    BatGuano: so stanley ann did NOT have a passport before 1965 ? correct ?

    That’s why I surmise. Anyone?


    BatGuano 31. Jul, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    misha: Anyone?

    sven ?


    That’s an inside joke and pretty funny.

    “sven” would be svenmagnussen who has many other pseudonyms.

  92. blessedistruth Says:

    Dr Conspiracy is still going on about:

    … the US Department of State said:

    To the extent this paragraph alleges that Lolo Soetoro is or ever was President Obama’s father by birth or adoption, that allegation is denied.


    Denying an allegation doesn’t mean very much.

    But I did guess this would happen, I mean as far as them “denying” that these records exist.

  93. blessedistruth Says:


    To: rolling_stone

    I’m afraid to go on the site because my computer has had a lot of troubles after I’ve visited Taitz’s sites in the past, and I can’t afford to have my computer go nuts right now.

    Are you saying that they claim they don’t have anything earlier than 1965?

    Wouldn’t that be convenient.

    I suppose those records are the same place as the original birth index for 1961, the Index to Foreign Births, Index to Delayed Birth Certificates, Index to Certificates of Hawaiian Birth, and a certain individual’s birth certificate: the Interpol Office in New York City (I suspect) – the one place in this country that Obama has made sure cannot be searched by law enforcement.

    All those records are similarly claimed as “missing”/destroyed – all of which are required to be permanently retained so if they have been destroyed they were ILLEGALLY destroyed.

    Is there any way the information on Orly’s site could be imported to Free Republic?

    I hate being a wimp but I know what my husband would do to me if he has to redo my computer again.

    579 posted on 07/31/2010 12:53:13 PM PDT by butterdezillion (.)


    To: butterdezillion

    The us state dept in response to a FOIA in November 2008 says they found six documents responsive to the request and enclosed them.

    Then they say

    “We did not locate a 1965 passport application referenced in an application for amendment of passport that is included in the released documents. Many passport applications and other non-vital records from that period were destroyed during the 1980’s in accordance with guidance from the General Services Administration.

    So they don’t say for sure they were destroyed, just they can’t find them..but the rest of her file is intact?

    Methinks someone pulled her earlier records not that they were destroyed.

    Why destroy only earlier records and not the one referring to 1965?

    They would have been in the same file..

    They took more than a year and a half to come up with this.

    I was sitting on the fence, but now I am inclined to believe Obama may well have been born in Kenya,

    there is no logical or reasonable explanation fot the time delay then failure to provide these records that are of National Interest.

    Where there is smoke there is fire.

    For all you Obots, this is not good news for you it appears to be a massive coverup.

    Go ahead explain how just some records are lost or destroyed and while you are at it explain the tooth fairy.

    If Obamas mama did not apply for a passport in 1959/60/61 they would have found her 1965 application showing it was her first application.

    If a passport was issued July 1960, it would be valid for 3 years and on renewal valid for another 2 years to July 1965.

    She could have also gotten a passport in 1961 and not renewed it gotten a new one in 1965.

    It stinks to High Heaven

    581 posted on 07/31/2010 2:03:04 PM PDT by rolling_stone

  94. blessedistruth Says:

    Below is an email I sent to an ASU professor and his reply.

    I wanted to post this before I forgot.

    It has to do with three areas where I think Repubs need to set the record straight.

    1. Bush v Obama deficits and debt

    2. Bush v Obama in terms of jobs created (or destroyed)

    3. Our diminishing private sector

    My email had to do with this last one.

    See comment below this one.

  95. blessedistruth Says:

    To william.boyes@asu.edu

    Good day, professor.

    I was hoping you could point me in the right direction.

    Recently, the following was attributed to you:

    “William Boyes, an economics professor at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, estimates that the government now owns or controls businesses that generate about one-third of U.S. economic activity. With the passage of the health care bill, which makes up about 18 percent of the economy, government’s involvement in the private sector has eclipsed the 50 percent threshold.”

    And you wrote here:

    May 26, 2010


    3. Data released recently show that

    the private sector accounted for only 42 percent of income;
    the public sector accounted for 58 percent.
    The Obamacare is a takeover of about 1/6 of the economy.
    The student loan program is now totally a government industry.
    The financial regulation bills mking their way through Congress is a government takover of another 1/6 of the economy.


    “the government now owns or controls businesses that generate about (what percent) of U.S. economic activity”

    I’m interested in

    what percent the government owns
    what percent the government controls
    what percent still in private hands


    I found data for China in 2003:

    “value added by firm ownership” China 2003


    Table 1 Page 277


    Private Sector 59.2
    Public Sector 40.8


    I’m looking for same data for United States, other countries to compare and contrast. And I want to make sure I’m not comparing apples with oranges.

    Thank you, professor. I would appreciate any and all help in this matter.

    I can’t find what I’m looking for because I don’t know the proper term(s).



  96. blessedistruth Says:


    William Boyes

    Thanks for contacting me. I would like to see your research when you finish.

    Since you reliedon the OECD “value added” definitions for China, why don’t you use those for other countries?

    Then you would be comparing apples to apples.

    The problem I have with those data is that they don’t provide any measure of the influence of the state on private sector transactions .

    It is really not very useful to claim that China’s state only affects about 40 % of total GDP.

    But, good measures are difficult if not impossible to come by.

    The statements of mine you refer to were taken from back of the envelope calculations using

    spending as % of GDP,

    Cost of compliance to federal regulations as reported by Cato’s regulation,

    the growth of Federal Regulations as measured by the Federal Register,


    the size of the auto companies, health sector, and financial sector in the US economy.

    I know this probably is not very helpful for what you want to do.

    Sorry about that and good luck.

    William J Boyes

    Director of Office of Economic Education

    Professor of Economics

    Arizona State University

  97. blessedistruth Says:

    I’ll be posting more on this later.

    I did study a lot of economics at undergrad level, but my master’s is in education.

    So it’s slow going.

    I wonder what percentage of Americans already believe that Obama is a Socialist or at least leans in that direction.

    Given how important it is that Repubs win back the House in November, I believe it’s crucial that Americans understand how much property is in private hands compared with previous presidents and eras.

  98. blessedistruth Says:

    Rasmussen Obama Approval


    44% — 55%


    50% — 49%

    So Obama down 6 points in one year. That sounds about right.

    And could make all the difference in November.

  99. blessedistruth Says:

    August 1, 2010

    56% in New York Favor Repeal of Health Care Bill

    44% Expect A Tax Increase Under Obama

    65% Say New Sources of Energy More Important Than Conservation


    The NY HC poll surprises me.

    But I’ll bet if you asked this same group if they were willing to subsidize universal coverage, a majority would say yes.

    Maybe they’re spooked by skyrocketing HC costs under RomneyCare.

    We need SwissCare, not ObamaCare.

  100. blessedistruth Says:

    It would seem Reid Jr trying to distance himself from his Daddy not working.

    Nevada Governor – Sandoval vs. Reid LVRJ/Mason-Dixon Sandoval 50, Reid 31 Sandoval +19

  101. blessedistruth Says:

    Colorado Senate – Democratic Primary Denver Post/SurveyUSA Romanoff 48, Bennet 45 Romanoff +3

    Colorado Senate – Republican Primary Denver Post/SurveyUSA Buck 50, Norton 41 Buck +9

    Colorado Senate – Buck vs. Romanoff Denver Post/SurveyUSA Buck 44, Romanoff 44 Tie

  102. blessedistruth Says:

    Kentucky Senate – Paul vs. Conway SurveyUSA Paul 51, Conway 43 Paul +8

  103. blessedistruth Says:

    Polarik New YouTube

    OBAMA’S BORDER TROUBLES (The “Death Blow” to Obama’s COLB fraud)

    (Quoting Polarik)


    After two years of scientific testing and evaluation, you will now discover HOW and WHY that UGLY, GRAYISH-GREEN BORDER on Obama’s COLB FORGERY was actually made.

    This is the same BORDER that even Obama supporters found to be “Fishy,” “Suspicious,” “Unrealistic,” and “Something a ‘decent Forger’ would never do.”

    On the contrary, the FORGER who made this BORDER was devilishly clever.

    He or she fabricated a border that not a single person has ever discerned or duplicated – that is, until I took the time to uncover the crime.

    HERE, and only HERE, will you see and receive, STEP-BY-STEP instructions on how to recreate this BOGUS BORDER.

    In the process, you will also learn the reasons WHY IT WAS MADE THIS WAY – and WHY NO SCANNER ON EARTH COULD EVER MAKE THIS BORDER.

    This is the 4th and final installment in the set of instructional videos on how to accurately and faithfully recreate the Obama COLB forgery.

  104. blessedistruth Says:


    To: AlexW

    I don’t care about where he was born, either. Fraud is fraud.

    39 posted on Sunday, August 01, 2010 9:40:05 AM by Polarik

  105. blessedistruth Says:

    Nothing new here.

    Best-seller: Even Hawaii birth won’t make Obama legitimate

    If his parental claims are true, they could not confer ‘natural born citizenship,’ say authors


    But this list is fascinating!

    Among the many finds of “The Manchurian President”:


    A coalition of extremists, including a founder of William Ayers’ Weather Underground domestic-terrorist organization, helped craft Obama’s “stimulus” bill;


    Obama’s health-care policy, masked by moderate populist rhetoric, was pushed along and partially crafted by extremists, some of whom reveal in their own words that their principal aim is to achieve corporate socialist goals and a vast increase in government powers;


    Extremists are among Obama’s “czars” and other top advisers. New information links top advisers Axelrod and Valerie Jarrett to communist activists. The book uncovers correspondence in which a communist confesses to mentoring and educating Axelrod and helping the top Obama aide to secure his first job. Obama then later worked with the same communist, the book finds;


    Copious research reveals more about Obama’s deep ties to Ayers, uncovering for the first time where and how Obama first met Ayers – and it is much earlier than previously believed;


    Important aspects of Obama’s carefully covered-up college years, with new details of his student career at Occidental College and later at Columbia University, are revealed;


    Obama’s early years, including his previously overlooked early childhood ties to a radical, far-left church, are documented;


    Obama’s associations with the Nation of Islam, Black Liberation Theology and black political extremists are also revealed, with extensive new information on the subjects;


    Obama’s deep ties to ACORN, which are much more extensive than previously documented elsewhere, are covered. The book also crucially describes how a socialist-led, ACORN-affiliated union helped facilitate Obama’s political career and now exerts major influence in the White House.

  106. blessedistruth Says:

    Balance of Power

    If Americans are troubled by any or all of the above, then they should really think about voting Repub in November.

    To counter Obama’s power and regain a semblance of balance.

    Even if it’s for the first time.

    I never voted Repub until 2004.

  107. blessedistruth Says:

    It’s getting harder and harder to post some of these links.

    I know bloggers can’t be held responsible for what some of their commenters post.

    And I’ve seen some of the comments at Democratic Underground.

    They’re just as bad if not worse.

    What truly upsets me, besides just how mean-spirited extremists can be, is this.

    Say you have someone who voted Dem in 2008 who just might be persuaded to vote Repub in 2010.

    They’ve heard about eligibility questions, but never really paid much attention.

    Until today, they do a search, click on a link, scroll down to comments.

    And bam, really offensive words are staring them right in the face.

    They probably conclude these “birthers” really are disgusting and move on.

    Another opportunity lost.

    Having said all that, there’s a debate going on about whether or not Obama was adopted. And if so, did he lose his U.S. citizenship.

    And if so, what is his current status and does it meet eligibility requirements.

    Did Lolo adopt Barack?


    Stanley Ann Dunham Obama Soetoro-Passport Application: what is Obama and the Government hiding?

    August 1st, 2010

    Some of Stanley Ann (Dunham) Obama Soetoro’s Passport Application Records Are Released due to Strunk FOIA Filing

    UPDATED passport file analysis and comments …


    “When the original and complete birth records file for Obama going back to and including Aug 1961 and all subsequent amendments are released, it will likely be very damning to Obama’s self created nativity narrative and other stories of his early life.

    Children legally adopted at age 5 and under have their new citizenship governed by the international Hague Convention Treaty on adopting children of which the USA is a signatory.

    That is likely why Obama alludes to his being age 6 when those Indonesian records are discussed in regards to when his step-father “adopted” him and saying that the adoption occurred in Indonesia.

    I think that story is more false direction and misinformation type data put out by Obama to throw one off the true trail.”

    (And pls disregard the disgusting comments.)

    (Unless Obama decides to run again in 2012, none of this really matters.)

  108. blessedistruth Says:

    BTW if you do have an interest, you can find more here:


  109. blessedistruth Says:


    To: lucysmom

    The part of Indonesian law that provides that a child under five adopted by an Indonesian father is an Indonesian citizen is automatic. Unlike other provisions, it does not require that the child take any action to renounce some other citizenship.

    You are right that little Barry’s status under the Indonesian statutes did not terminate his US citizenship. It is not easy for a minor to affirmatively renounce US citizenship. And he was not required to do so under that Indonesian provision.

    However, US law at the time Barack was in college provided that if an ADULT takes certain actions respect to establishing citizenship in another country (for example, obtaining a passport), then he loses US citizenship.

    Did Barack, after turning 18, make an affirmative application to renew his Indonesian passport? That would appear sufficient under US law to cause him AT THAT TIME to lose his US citizenship, without the US state department necessarily even knowing about it.

    123 posted on 08/01/2010 12:47:05 AM PDT by SirJohnBarleycorn
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    To: SirJohnBarleycorn

    IIRC the Haugue agreement did not allow for joint citizenship if one country was not in agreement. At the time BO was in Indonesia, their regime did not allow joint/dual citizenship.

    128 posted on 08/01/2010 1:05:23 AM PDT by hoosiermama (ONLY DEAD FISH GO WITH THE FLOW…….I am swimming with Sarahcudah! Sarah has read the tealeaves.)
    [ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 123 | View Replies | Report Abuse ]

    To: SirJohnBarleycorn

    For what it’s worth, Sir John, this has been my gut feeling all along: That regardless of where he was born, the real clincher is that as an adult he might have tried to use Indonesian citizenship as a door-opener for obtaining benefits of some kind, most likely at Columbia University. Your avenue of investigation most surely needs further exploration.

    139 posted on 08/01/2010 5:09:57 AM PDT by Genoa (Titus 2:13)
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    To: SirJohnBarleycorn

    Did Barack, after turning 18, make an affirmative application to renew his Indonesian passport? That would appear sufficient under US law to cause him AT THAT TIME to lose his US citizenship, without the US state department necessarily even knowing about it.

    That assumes he was adopted and had Indonesian citizenship to begin with.

    160 posted on 08/01/2010 8:25:45 AM PDT by lucysmom (Trolling since 2001.)

  110. blessedistruth Says:

    Q+A – Contentious issues in Kenya’s referendum



    Opposition to the Muslim kadhi courts has brought together Christian clergy and some politicians to oppose the proposed constitution.

    The kadhi courts deal with matters of marriage, divorce and inheritance among Muslims.

    The referendum has heightened differences between Kenya’s Muslims and its Christian churches, which have criticised the draft constitution for including the kadhi courts, saying it would give power to religious courts in a secular nation.

    The religious tensions coincide with security concerns in the region with authorities on high alert against Muslim insurgents in neighbouring Somalia.

    Al Shabaab, a Somali rebel group which professes loyalty to al Qaeda, claimed responsibility for two bomb attacks in Uganda which increased concerns about Shabaab’s ability to carry out more attacks in the region and beyond.

    Kenya’s constitution has provided for kadhi courts since 1963, with the courts serving the mainly coastal Muslim population, but the east African country’s secular High Court has jurisdiction over civil and criminal matters.

    A kadhi court verdict can be appealed at the High Court.

    The constitution proposes to widen the sphere of the kadhi courts beyond Coast Province, meaning their jurisdiction would expand across the nation and their scope would increase.

    Kenya’s population of about 40 million is about 45 percent Protestant, 33 percent Roman Catholic and 10 percent Muslim, the rest following indigenous faiths or other beliefs.


    kadhi courts = sharia courts

    Ten Reasons to Vote NO



    If the draft is passed as it is, then there will be two classes of people in Kenya: Kenyans and Muslims.

    This is because Muslims are exempted from the Bill of Rights by Article 24 (4).

    All Kenyans should be equal before the law.


    The landmark ruling by the High Court on 24th May 2010 said that inclusion of Kadhi’s Courts in the Constitution is discriminatory, illegal and unconstitutional!

    In disregard of this ruling, the draft in Articles 169 and 170 entrenches them.

    The Kadhi’s Courts are an internal dispute resolution mechanism for Muslims, and therefore they should not be in the constitution.

    The High Court also said that the government should not use tax payers’ money to maintain the Kadhi’s Courts or pay their salaries.

    If the Kadhi’s Courts are not constitutional in the current constitution, why should they be put in the new constitution?

  111. blessedistruth Says:

    Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe presented new witness testimony in the Rendlesham Forest UFO case, and discussed anomalous lights photographed near crop circles, and an update on honey bee deaths.

    First hour guest, Peter Davenport, the Director of the Natl. UFO Reporting Center, shared updates.

  112. blessedistruth Says:

    More Like This:


  113. blessedistruth Says:

    I like “Kansas58” — commenting on how Repub candidates should answer “birther” questions


    To: 2ndDivisionVet

    There is no, real “media” anymore.

    Curiosity and doubt used to be ingrained, in every “journalist” -—

    Now, the political correctness in the newsroom has castrated any real “investigative journalism” -—

    Unless the target is a conservative, of course!

    8 posted on Sunday, August 01, 2010 8:37:22 PM by Kansas58


    To: crazydad


    You can not expect a politician to go out on a limb, on this one.

    Yes, I have serious doubts concerning Obama and I am sure Obama has lied, repeatedly, about his past.

    However, this is NOT the hill we want all of our conservative candidates to die on, is it?

    10 posted on Sunday, August 01, 2010 8:40:45 PM by Kansas58

  114. blessedistruth Says:

    Oops! Obama mama passport ‘destroyed’

    State Dept. claims records gone for Stanley Ann Dunham prior to 1968

    Posted: August 01, 2010

    By Jerome R. Corsi


  115. blessedistruth Says:

    Interesting article

    “Personally, I believe Obama’s birthplace is indeed Hawaii. But now that his home is in the White House, his heart-place becomes the pivotal question.”


    Obama does seem to have a curious interest in Kenyan politics, spending (possibly illegally) $23 million of U.S. funds to promote a new Kenyan constitution which is both pro-abortion and pro-Sharia.

    Tea Partiers only dream that Obama would take such an interest in the Constitution he swore to uphold.

  116. blessedistruth Says:

    “I believe the top priority of our political life is to restore respect for the existence and authority of the Creator, God and to rebuild the moral conscience and character of the American people on the basis of that respect; For God, Liberty and the Constitution.”

    Alan Keyes


  117. blessedistruth Says:

    Good source for recent stanley ann and lolo foia stuff


  118. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

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  119. blessedistruth Says:

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  120. blessedistruth Says:

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  122. blessedistruth Says:

    Commenting over here this morning.


  123. blessedistruth Says:

    Started commenting over here this morning:


  124. blessedistruth Says:

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  126. Outfitter1 Says:

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