Agenda 21

Agenda 21

 

Those who follow Glenn Beck might be aware that Tuesday marks the release of his latest book, “Agenda 21,” the suspenseful and perhaps sobering tale of a futuristic America in which a UN-led program spawned an authoritarian state where individuals are stripped of all personal rights and freedoms.
Oddly, Beck’s novel is not simply a work of fiction, but based on an actual program created by the United Nations by the very same name — “Agenda 21″ — which, according to the UN’s own website, is a “comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations system, governments and major groups, in every area in which human impacts on the environment.”
In so many words, the United Nations seeks to co-opt, via individual governments, and eventually, a “one-world government,” privately held land under the auspices of ensuring its “sustainability.” Worse still, the UN’s Agenda 21 has even laid out plans for “depopulation” or rather, “population control.” If it sounds like something out of George Orwell’s 1984, that is because Agenda 21′s tenets are eerily in line with the demented alternate reality Orwell himself had imagined while scribing the pages of his famed novel.
“Sustainable development” is the catch-phrase Beck urged his Monday evening viewers to be leery of.
Where one can live and what land should be designated for would, under fully-realized Agenda 21 plan, be controlled by the United Nations and a future one-world government. Consider the following section from the UN website on Agenda 21′s plan for “promoting sustainable human settlement development.” Emphasis added:
 
 
The overall human settlement objective is to improve the social, economic and environmental quality of human settlements and the living and working environments of all people, in particular the urban and rural poor. Such improvement should be based on technical cooperation activities, partnerships among the public, private and community sectors and participation in the decision-making process by community groups and special interest groups such as women, indigenous people, the elderly and the disabled.These approaches should form the core principles of national settlement strategies. In developing these strategies, countries will need to set priorities among the eight programme areas in this chapter in accordance with their national plans and objectives, taking fully into account their social and cultural capabilities. Furthermore, countries should make appropriate provision to monitor the impact of their strategies on marginalized and disenfranchised groups, with particular reference to the needs of women.
7.5. The programme areas included in this chapter are:
(a) Providing adequate shelter for all;
(b) Improving human settlement management;
(c) Promoting sustainable land-use planning and management;
(d) Promoting the integrated provision of environmental infrastructure: water, sanitation, drainage and solid-waste management;
(e) Promoting sustainable energy and transport systems in human settlements;
(f) Promoting human settlement planning and management in disaster-prone areas;
(g) Promoting sustainable construction industry activities;
(h) Promoting human resource development and capacity-building for human settlement development.
 
Watch below as Beck explains exactly what Agenda 21 is and how everyday Americans are already experiencing its implementation, perhaps without even realizing it. The videos that follow feature Agenda 21 experts — even one self-proclaimed “liberal democrat” — delving deeper into this sinister-sounding agenda. They discuss how the program has slipped under the radar, working its way into everyday life slowly but surely, and what the outcomes of full implementation would be.
 
 
For a comprehensive review of Agenda 21, please view TheBlaze Magazine’s feature story here.
“Wildly liberal” Democrat, Rosa Koire:
 
Vince Flynn, author of “The Last Man,” also joined Beck on the program to discuss Agenda 21 and how both of their novels have taken real life events and woven them into fictional tales. Beck noted that he will be criticized for the fact that his book on Agenda 21 is fictional, but that the subject matter is, nonetheless, very real.  What’s more, “it’s what the left does with every single movie you’ve ever seen,” Beck noted astutely.
 

Agenda 21 Is Being Rammed Down The Throats Of Local Communities All Over America

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Michael Snyder
Economic Collapse
December 24, 2012
Have you ever heard of Agenda 21?  If not, don’t feel bad, because most Americans haven’t.  It is essentially a blueprint for a “sustainable world” that was introduced at the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992.  Since then, it has been adopted by more than 200 countries and it has been modified and updated at other UN environmental summits.  The philosophy behind Agenda 21 is that our environmental problems are the number one problem that we are facing, and that those problems are being caused by human activity.  Therefore, according to Agenda 21 human activity needs to be tightly monitored, regulated and controlled for the greater good.  Individual liberties and freedoms must be sacrificed for the good of the planet.  If you are thinking that this sounds like it is exactly the opposite of what our founding fathers intended when they established this nation, you would be on the right track.  Those that promote the philosophy underlying Agenda 21 believe that human activity must be “managed” and that letting people make their own decisions is “destructive” and “dangerous”.  Sadly, the principles behind Agenda 21 are being rammed down the throats of local communities all over America, and most of the people living in those communities don’t even realize it.
So how is this being done?  Well, after Agenda 21 was adopted, an international organization known as the “International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives” (ICLEI) was established to help implement the goals of Agenda 21 in local communities.  One thing that they learned very quickly was that the “Agenda 21″ label was a red flag for a lot of people.  It tended to create quite a bit of opposition on the local level.
As they try to implement their goals, they very rarely use the term “Agenda 21″ anymore.  Instead, they use much more harmless sounding labels such as “smart growth”, “comprehensive land use planning” and especially “sustainable development”.
So just because something does not carry the Agenda 21 label does not mean that it is not promoting the goals of Agenda 21.
The goals of Agenda 21 are not only being implemented in the United States.  This is a massive worldwide effort that is being coordinated by the United Nations.  An article that was posted on RedState.com discussed some of the history of Agenda 21…
In simplified terms, Agenda 21 is a master blueprint, or guidelines, for constructing “sustainable” communities. Agenda 21 was put forth by the UN’s Commission on Sustainable Development, and was adopted by over 200 countries (signed into “soft law” by George Bush Sr.) at the United Nations Rio Conference in 1992. In 1994 the President’s Council for Sustainable Development was created via Executive Order by Bill Clinton to begin coordinating efforts at the Federal level to make the US Agenda 21 compliant.
The same year that Bill Clinton established the President’s Council for Sustainable Development, the International Code Council was also created.
The International Code Council has developed a large number of “international codes” which are intended to replace existing building codes all over the United States.  The following is a list of these codes from Wikipedia
  • International Building Code
  • International Residential Code
  • International Fire Code
  • International Plumbing Code
  • International Mechanical Code
  • International Fuel Gas Code
  • International Energy Conservation Code
  • ICC Performance Code
  • International Wildland Urban Interface Code
  • International Existing Building Code
  • International Property Maintenance Code
  • International Private Sewage Disposal Code
  • International Zoning Code
  • International Green Construction Code
These codes are very long and exceedingly boring, and those that write them know that hardly anyone will ever read them.
And for the most part, they contain a lot of things that are contained in existing building codes or that are common sense.
But a lot of poison has also been inserted into these codes.  If you read them carefully, the influence of Agenda 21 is painfully obvious.
Unfortunately, even most of the local politicians that are adopting these codes don’t take the time to read them.  Most of them just assume that they are “updating” their existing building codes.
So what often happens is that there will be fights in local communities between citizens that are concerned about the encroachment of Agenda 21 and local politicians who regard such talk as nonsense.  The following is an example of what is happening all over the nation
Summit Hill Borough Council last night unanimously adopted the “2012 edition of the International Property Maintenance Code,” but not before some audience members expressed vehement opposition to it.
An overflow crowd of 34 people attended the meeting, with some there to specifically voice their displeasure.
Sandy Dellicker, a borough resident, said she was against using an “international” maintenance code, arguing that it falls under the plan of Agenda 21 of the United Nations; an agenda for the 21st Century.
She said, “UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is the action plan to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, all energy, and all human beings in the world.”
“This is not a conspiracy theory,” she told the council. “This is for real.”
She said the International Property Maintenance Code had been adopted in Montgomery County, but the county “has already gotten rid of it” because of its dictatorial direction.
“This is not what Summit Hill and the United States is about,” she said.
Council members pooh-poohed her assessment. “In my opinion, the International Property Maintenance Code is to protect citizens,” said Council President Michael Kokinda.

It would be great if these codes were just about public safety.  But that is simply not the case.  Sadly, these codes are often used to fine or even imprison homeowners that haven’t done anything wrong.  Sometimes “code violations” are even used as justification to legally steal property from law-abiding homeowners.  A post on the Freedom Reigns Radio blog detailed some of the things that are often done in the name of “code enforcement”…
1) The ‘Code Official’ – anybody the jurisdiction calls – a ‘Code Official’ – is the sole interpreter – no due process – Gestapo!

2) Every day an offense occurs is a separate mandatory misdemeanor – $555/day and/or a month in jail in Charleston, W.Va. They can fine you out of your home and jail you at their whim!
3) Anything the ‘Code Official’ says is not in good working condition – sticky window, dented or plugged gutter, torn window screen – whatever he says is not in good working order – hundreds of dollars of fines per day and/or jail time – usually a month – for every day the offense occurs.
4) Any unsanitary condition – whatever the ‘Code Official’ says is an ‘unsanitary condition’ – empty pop cans – puddles – dog droppings on your property – same deal – same fines and/or jail time – every day.

5) Any plant that the ‘Code Official’ says is a ‘noxious weed’ – same deal – same fines and/or jail time – every day. He can steal raw land.
6) He can fine you out of your home and jail you with no due process. Any court proceedings are window dressing as there is no remedy associated with this ‘code.’
7) It can be ‘adopted’ – just by an ‘administrative decree.’
WITHOUT COURT ACTION OR NOTICE THE CODE OFFICIAL CAN:
1) Enter your house whenever he – the sole interpreter – deems reasonable.
2) Prevent you from entering your house.
3) Tear your house down with your stuff in it.
4) Bill you for the demolition.
5) Place a lien on it for fines and/or demolition charges – steal it.
6) And ‘best’ of all, no insurance I know of will cover your losses.

You’re left w/a house and your ‘stuff’ in a landfill – and any remaining unpaid mortgage, any remaining fines, any remaining taxes, and any remaining demolition charges after they steal your property
These codes restrict what homeowners can do with their own properties in thousands of different ways.  If you rebel against one of the codes, the penalties can be extremely harsh.
And there is often “selective enforcement” of these codes.  That means that they will leave most people alone but they will come down really hard on people that they do not like.  You could even end up with a SWAT team on your doorstep.
 
 
Just ask some of the people who have been through this kind of thing.
Even if you have your mortgage completely paid off, that doesn’t mean that you really “own” your property.  If you don’t pay your taxes and obey the “codes”, you could lose your property very rapidly.
The philosophy behind all of this is the same philosophy behind Agenda 21.  The elite believe that you cannot be trusted to do the “right thing” with your own property and that your activity must be “managed” for the greater good.  They believe that by controlling you and restricting your liberties that they are “saving the planet”.
Unfortunately, you can probably expect this to get a whole lot worse in the years ahead.  Our society is shifting from one that cherishes individual liberties and freedoms to one that is fully embracing collectivism.  So our politicians will likely be making even more of our decisions for us as the years move forward.
Do any of you out there have any “code violation horror stories” to share?  If so, please share them with us by posting a comment below…

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bottom line Fema will set up Agenda 21 in your area if a natural disaster happens, the will say they lost your permit, find all copies of documents related to your property does not matter if you own it or not and they will fine you…
 
 
 
 

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  1. you will be fined until you loose your property, if you have lost your job they know all information about you, medical records, religion everything… They will find a loop hole to expose you and take away your land…

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  2. Please stop all this nonsense, fight against global warming a wast of time and a lie to the people, fight against aids, cancer, ms, you name the organization all to separate the people from the real issues just like your political parties all part of a master plan to deceive you, whites against black, muslims against Americans another separation of agenda’s to fool us, this is a tree limb of the deceptions and plans they have to take your house, control you life, control your medical, total enslavement and Untied Nations Control. If we tried to impeach Obama right now he would declare war on America with the United Nations this is fact…Obama and all of the president after JFK have been heavily planning slavery of all nations and Government control all financed by the Rothschild, the International bankers, Globalists Oil, and Pharma corporations

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  3. Focus on things like stopping chemtrails, agenda 21, pepa, sopa, fisa, get rid of all liars in office including Obama impeach all that lead to money of the Rothschild and Globalists…

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Fracking Louisiana

The oil and gas industry is entrenched in southern Louisiana — and it is taking a horrific toll. In early August, a “frack-out” occurred in Louisiana’s Assumption Parish, where an underground cavern used to produce raw material for the petrochemical industry collapsed, freeing oil and gas from underground wells. Geologists can only compare the resulting disaster to the drilling technique known as fracking: vast quantities of subterranean liquid forced its way to the surface, cracking apart underground rock and causing the earth to open up under the Bayou Corne, where a delicate swamp forest was swallowed up by a giant toxic sinkhole. The sinkhole has since grown to eight acres — the size of six football fields — and prompted hundreds of people to evacuate. It has boggled geologists, who say the disaster is unprecedented: as Truthout’s Mike Ludwig quoted one expert, “Nobody in the world has ever faced a situation like this that we’re grappling with.”

Scientists are investigating whether the state-ordered removal of crude and natural gas through hydraulic fracturing of the failed storage cavern in the Napoleonville Salt Dome might be connected to recent earthquakes in the Bayou Corne sinkhole area.

Up to five earthquakes have been recordedin the Bayou Corn sinkhole disaster area since Oct. 16. The quakes have occurred at the northwest corner of the Napoleonville Salt Dome in northern Assumption Parish, according to officials and earthquake researchers Friday, who are looking into whether a frack-type process is causing increased seismic activity over the past week.

“It’s as big as we’ve had recently,” seismologist Dr. Stephen Horton said about Tuesday’s quake.

Horton is a researcher with the University of Memphis Center for Earthquake Research and Information that is contracted by USGS to research the New Madrid Fault and the Bayou Corns disaster.

(See: Sinkhole quake jolts further than Bayou Corne)

Cautioning that there is no link so far, John Boudreaux, director of the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness director John Boudreaux said Friday that the team of scientists working with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) on theBayou Corne sinkhole disaster is investigating the possible link between Texas Brine’s removing crude and natural gas from its failed cavern and the recent earthquakes.

The state Office of Conservation ordered Texas Brine to pump brine into the cavern to push out the crude, similar but not the same as fracking.

Under orders, last week, Texas Brine began extracting the natural gas and oil out of its cavern that has seeped into it from below it.

Dr. Gary Hecox explained Tuesday evening to about 100 residents who gathered for a briefing in Pierre Part that a frack-out had occurred.

At the meeting, Hecox also explained a fracking event had occurred at the dome.

The outer edge of the Napoleonville Dome, not just the breached cavern in it, has collapsed due to what he called a “frack-out,” Hecox said. He explained it was “just like fracking.”

See: Sinkhole salt dome outer edge collapsed, fracked

Earth flowed into Texas Brine’s formerly plugged and abandoned cavern, squeezing brine inside the cavern enough to raise its pressure, so a “frack out,” a blow-out of the cavern extended to the surface, Hecox explained.

A “frack-out” occurs when hydraulic pressure increases enough to crack the underground formations that then become channels to release the pressure, Hecox has explained.

The frack-out brought up brine, oil and natural gas from natural formations along Napoleonville Salt Dome’s edge, into the overlying water aquifer, and to the surface, according to Hecox.

Hecox also said that compacted earth movement into the cavern created instability that led to the sinkhole. That was before Texas Brine was ordered to “frack.”

The 1-mile by 3-mile dome houses over 50 caverns and wells. Texas Brine leases its salt dome site from Occidental Chemical Corp.

The disaster has resulted in government declared state of emergency and a mandatory evacuation that continues to be extended month after month.

The sinkhole Scientific Workgroup has eight theories regarding what has caused the disaster, according to its official update Friday:

“1. Salt Dome moving – natural migration of gas
2. Failed cement casing in OXY #3 well
3. Cavity Failure
4. Salt / Caprock falling from top of the cavern (Natural or Man-made (including penetration into sediments by cavern))
5. Gas storage cavern connections, communications by fractures
6. Low permeability seepage of gas into OXY #3 (source unknown)
7. Regional Tectonic activity (movement on growth faults)
8. A combination of above events”

Sinkhole Censorship

A citizen reporter under the name Idahopicker is gaining Internet popularity with his video presentations in which he contends officials are not being transparent about the sinkhole disaster and operations there.

“There are some specific reasons that they’re not telling you why they are watching these locations,” he says, pointing to locations of the USGS six monitors on the map.

Since uploading his latest video, Detailed: LA Sink Hole / Salt Dome [Collapsing] Explained, Idahopicker has had 1,452 views of it. This is one of at least eleven videos he has posted on YouTube since the sinkhole disaster began on Aug. 3.

The latest video documents government charts, maps and graphs, including seismic helicorder graphs. Idahopicker says the quakes are registering 3-4 on the Richter scale and highlights loss of integrity west of the sinkhole.

(Watch on this page “DETAILED: LA Sink Hole / Salt Dome Calapsing Explained” YouTube by Idahopicker.)

The Advocate reports “fears that additional subsidence events or sinkholes could occur away from the existing sinkhole between Bayou Corne and Grand Bayou and south of La. 70 South,” as this reported indicated earlier this week.

Tuesday evening, Hecox told some 100 residents in Pierre Part that weakening areas of earth around the sinkhole’s rim are moving west. He said that this conforms with the theories that the sinkhole could grow much larger and other sinkholes could form.

(See: Homeland Security worries La. sinkhole irreparably damaged, more sinkholes)

Hecox said it is more likely that the existing sinkhole would increase in size, rather than other sinkholes developing there.

Idahopicker highlights government text indicating another “Leaking water well site” near the LaBarre et.al. well in the Napoleonville Salt Dome, west of the sinkhole, where one of six USGS monitors has been strategically placed.

Water is running down into the salt there, according to government data, as Idahopicker highlights. It is near there that the helicorder La 09 has frequently shown seismic activity, including this past week when the jolts were recorded and felt by locals.

“These are the worst charts I’ve seen,” Idahopicker says, showing a Sept. 24 USGS helicorder graph.

Hecox says scientists could not know what was is actually happening in the collapsed dome zone until seismic surveying work is complete. Additional early-warning seismic devices have been ordered.

Horton, the seismologist, said the present quakes are no reason for concern and do not appear to indicate that they are leading to any major geological developments, such as the formation of another sinkhole.

“It doesn’t mean it’s leading to something big or a bigger earthquake. It may be part of a cycle, as these things progress,” he told the Advocate, referring to a cycle of quakes that had occurred from June until the sinkhole developed, but then suddenly halted.

Concerned citizens expressing outrage that national news media is not covering the sinkhole disaster better are turning to citizen reporters, such as on Examiner.com and on YouTube channels.

Adding to citizenry speculation about a media blackout, Idahopicker citizen reporter has documented that YouTube has deleted some of his videos. One of those deleted had 1170 views.

“It had 1170 views and then they chopped it,” Idahopicker says. “YouTube kicked it.

Documenting the YouTube message for viewers to see, he says, “There’s absolutely nothing in here that is inappropriate. It says, ‘Content is inappropriate.’”

“Now they’ve started on my channel. They’ve been doing this on other channels and now they’ve started on mine,” he says.

The deleted video was titled, “25 SEPT. Louisiana sinkhole (2) 3’ gas pipes CAVED / SALT DOME is caving in.”

“Content is inappropriate” because you are actually posting pertinent & informative details,” a commenter says.

“Yes sir, I have 2 missing in my ‘LA brine pool’ playlist too,” k9griffin9’s channel owner says in a comment.

In a related oil and gas cover up news story this week about the “White House hiding bags of dead Gulf of Mexico sea animals in garbage bags,” New Orleans-based environmental attorney Stuart Smith highlights in his popular blog how officials cover up and cannot be trusted.

“Yet again, there’s proof that BP — and perhaps more importantly, the federal government — went to great lengths to keep the American people from seeing, let alone knowing about, the worst wildlife devastation from the Deepwater Horizon spill,” Smith stated Friday.

Like citizens who distrust the government and have called for independent monitoring and investigating the sinkhole, Smith says there is ample evidence the same is needed in the BP wrecked Macondo well investigation.

“There needs to be ongoing, aggressive and independent monitoring of what’s really happening at the Deepwater Horizon site,” Smith says.

“It would need to be a body with the unsullied reputation of the National Academy of Sciences. Because God knows we can’t trust the usual suspects.”

Geologists and engineers are now facing problems they’ve never had to deal with simultaneously: a sinkhole, plus a widespread leak of both oil and natural gas. No clear roadmap for recovery exists for Bayou Corne, and evacuees still do not know when they will be able to return to their homes.

Texas Brine, the drilling and storage company connected with the incident (the company drew brine from a salt cavern underneath the bayou), hasn’t faced much blowback. In fact, Texas Brine initially blamed its cavern’s collapse on recent earthquakes – not on its own activities. However, officials say Texas Brine’s collapsed cavern is actually to blame for the earthquakes (as well as for the sinkhole)!

Despite the disaster’s historic proportions, mainstream media have barely batted an eye, aside from a few initial reports in August. Truthout’s Ludwig was one of the only journalists to visit the evacuation zone near the sinkhole and interview evacuees. He produced an in-depth feature exposing the disaster and its implications for the rest of the country.

In the coming months, we plan to follow up on the cleanup effort and the lives of the people who are waiting to go home, and to zero in on more ground-level stories in other locations. As the unconventional oil and gas drilling rapidly industrializes rural areas across the nation, the lessons of Bayou Corne will be crucial to draw upon. The full story of America’s current oil and gas rush cannot be told without the voices of the people living in areas impacted by the industry. That’s why Truthout will soon be taking a “fracking road trip” to the areas hardest hit by drilling, to learn more about how that practice is uniting and dividing families, friends and neighbors, who must make tough choices about the future of their communities when the fossil fuel companies come knocking at their doors.

between fracking and chemtrails depopulation is high in Louisiana selling our land to china, while Louisiana residents are being poisoned at alarming rates. By giant Oil Companies and Rothschild Zionists Banksters or some may say the Federal Reserve and all the Wall Street Hooligans who choose Money over God, Profits over our environment.

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What are the Symptoms of Barium, Aluminum, Lead, Arsenic, Mercury, and other chemicals on America,  Exposure and why is the Federal Reserve and Wall Street Bankers spraying the United Nations, Louisiana and all Us States.

The symptoms of barium exposure typically depend on which barium compound the individual was exposed to. Barium sulfates, as stated earlier, do not dissolve well in water, so the body can quickly expel them without facing any real health concerns. But other barium compounds are not so easily forgiving. For instance, barium acetate is highly poisonous to humans and can ultimately be fatal in high doses.

The most common symptoms of mild barium exposure include:

  • Muscle Fatigue or Weakness
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Increased or Decreased Blood Pressure
  • Numbness of the Face
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders:

Extended exposure to high levels of barium has been found to cause changes in heart rhythm, kidney problems, significant weight loss, paralysis and death. Currently, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the EPA and the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) have not classified barium as a carcinogenic agent.

How Do I Test Myself for Barium Exposure?

Medical specialists can perform tests on the body’s tissues and fluids to determine the level of barium in the body. Barium levels in the body can be measured through bone, blood, feces or urine samples. However, there are no current tests available for measuring the level of barium exposure or the length of time someone has been exposed to the element.

What can mercury do to a person? 

A sudden high exposure to mercury vapor inhaled into the lung causes headaches, cough, chest pain, and difficulty breathing. It may also cause soreness of the mouth, loss of teeth, nausea, and diarrhea. It may lead to permanent lung scarring. A very high exposure to mercury can damage your kidneys.

Long-term exposure to mercury can cause effects which develop gradually. It may cause shaking of the hands, eyelids, lips, tongue, or jaw. It may cause headaches, trouble sleeping, personality change, memory loss, irritability, indecisiveness and loss of intelligence. It can also cause skin rash, sores in the mouth, or sore and swollen gums. Many of these symptoms go away when the exposure to mercury stops. Your body gets rid of mercury through urine.

Prolonged exposure to manganese may lead to manganese poisoning, a condition known as manganism. You should be concerned about this disease if you are a welder because you may have been exposed to high levels of manganese through welding rod fumes, which contain various toxic metals. (See Manganese in Welding Fumes).

Manganism looks similar to Parkinson’s disease. Patients with either disease exhibit a fixed gaze, tremors, body rigidness, and slowed movement (bradykinesia). Welders exposed to manganese are more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease than the rest of the population, especially at an early age.

Clinical Stages of Manganese Poisoning

Doctors recognize three stages of manganism or manganese poisoning (Int J Occup Environ Health. 2003 Apr–Jun; 9(2): 153–63). In the first stage, patients are exhausted, apathetic, and weak, and may get headaches. The patient’s problems may easily be confused with depression and other illnesses. Some researchers believe that this early stage is reversible. If you are a welder who has been experiencing these early symptoms, you should remove yourself from the source of manganese exposure.

The second stage involves short–term memory loss, impaired judgment, slurred speech, and sometimes even hallucinations. “Manganese madness” was the term used to describe the compulsive, strange behavior of workers in the manganese mines (J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1999; 37(2): 293–307).

Signs of the last stage include involuntary muscle movements; tremors; poor coordination; a mask–like, rigid face; and a staggering, strutting gait. This final stage is irreversible and may lead to complete disability. Removing a patient from manganese exposure at this point does not seem to be helpful. In one study, the disease progressed over a 10–year period even after patients were no longer exposed to manganese (Neurology. 1998 Mar; 50(3): 698–700).

The symptoms of manganism may appear anywhere from several months to several years after a patient’s initial contact with manganese (Int J Toxicol. 2003 Sep–Oct;22(5):393–401). If you have been exposed to manganese, it is important to have regular medical checkups and to let your doctor know about your work history. See Diagnosing Manganism for further details.

 

Chemtrails Toxic Levels of Antimony

How can antimony affect my health?
Exposure to antimony at high levels can result in a
variety of adverse health effects.
Breathing high levels for a long time can irritate your
eyes and lungs and can cause heart and lung problems,
stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach ulcers.
In short-term studies, animals that breathed very high
levels of antimony died. Animals that breathed high levels

 

How might I be exposed to antimony?
o Because antimony is found naturally in the environment,
the general population is exposed to low levels of it
every day, primarily in food, drinking water, and air.
o It may be found in air near industries that process or
release it, such as smelters, coal-fired plants, and refuse
incinerators.
o In polluted areas containing high levels of antimony, it
may be found in the air, water, and soil.
o Workers in industries that process it or use antimony ore
may be exposed to higher levels.

 

 

 

 

The World is Now Demanding Answers and Accountability…

As an introduction to this article, we will first cover information to familiarize the uninformed readers as to the core facts and information so that a more complete understanding is possible, given this complex issue.

recent report by CBS Atlanta detailed how some local citizens are outraged that such “crimes against humanity” are being carried out right before our eyes in secret.

In the report Sen. Johnny Isakson was interviewed on the subject of chemtrails saying quote:

“That is a theory that some people have, but there is no evidence this is happening. This is not happening.”

It looks as if members of the government’s upper echelon and even members of the Senate will go to extreme lengths to suppress this vital information from reaching the American people.

Not to mention they signed off on the multi-billion dollar per year budgets in an economic crisis, with little to no transparency to the public.

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In regards to aerosol spraying into the earth’s atmosphere, a recent update to data assembled by The Carnicom Institute reveals the chemicals used and their respective levels of concentration. The toxic levels that are being used in these aerosols goes beyond shocking – it would appear that these levels are indeed criminal by EPA Standards.

Chemtrails and Antimony Compounds

Exposure to antimony occurs in the workplace or from skin contact with soil at hazardous waste sites. Breathing high levels of antimony for a long time can irritate the eyes and lungs, and can cause problems with the lungs, heart, and stomach. This chemical has been found in at least 403 of 1,416 National Priorities List sites identified by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Antimony is a silvery-white metal that is found in the earth’s crust. Antimony ores are mined and then mixed with other metals to form antimony alloys or combined with oxygen to form antimony oxide.

Little antimony is currently mined in the United States. It is brought into this country from other countries for processing. However, there are companies in the United States that produce antimony as a by-product of smelting lead and other metals.

What is antimony?
Antimony is a silvery-white metal that is found in the earth’s crust. Antimony ores are mined and then mixed with other metals to form antimony alloys or combined with oxygen to form antimony oxide.

Little antimony is currently mined in the United States. It is brought into this country from other countries for processing. However, there are companies in the United States that produce antimony as a by-product of smelting lead and other metals.

Antimony isn’t used alone because it breaks easily, but when mixed into alloys, it is used in lead storage batteries, solder, sheet and pipe metal, bearings, castings, and pewter. Antimony oxide is added to textiles and plastics to prevent them from catching fire. It is also used in paints, ceramics, and fireworks, and as enamels for plastics, metal, and glass.

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What happens to antimony when it enters the environment?
Antimony is released to the environment from natural sources and from industry.
In the air, antimony is attached to very small particles that may stay in the air for many days.
Most antimony ends up in soil, where it attaches strongly to particles that contain iron, manganese, or aluminum.
Antimony is found at low levels in some rivers, lakes, and streams.
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How might I be exposed to antimony?
Because antimony is found naturally in the environment, the general population is exposed to low levels of it every day, primarily in food, drinking water, and air.
It may be found in air near industries that process or release it, such as smelters, coal-fired plants, and refuse incinerators.
In polluted areas containing high levels of antimony, it may be found in the air, water, and soil.
Workers in industries that process it or use antimony ore may be exposed to higher levels.
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How can antimony affect my health?
Exposure to antimony at high levels can result in a variety of adverse health effects.

Breathing high levels for a long time can irritate your eyes and lungs and can cause heart and lung problems, stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach ulcers.

In short-term studies, animals that breathed very high levels of antimony died. Animals that breathed high levels had lung, heart, liver, and kidney damage. In long-term studies, animals that breathed very low levels of antimony had eye irritation, hair loss, lung damage, and heart problems. Problems with fertility were also noted. In animal studies, problems with fertility have been seen when rats breathed very high levels of antimony for a few months.

Ingesting large doses of antimony can cause vomiting. We don’t know what other effects may be caused by ingesting it. Long-term animal studies have reported liver damage and blood changes when animals ingested antimony. Antimony can irritate the skin if it is left on it.

Antimony can have beneficial effects when used for medical reasons. It has been used as a medicine to treat people infected with parasites.

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How likely is antimony to cause cancer?
The Department of Health and Human Services, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have not classified antimony as to its human carcinogenicity.

Lung cancer has been observed in some studies of rats that breathed high levels of antimony. No human studies are available. We don’t know whether antimony will cause cancer in people.

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Is there a medical test to show whether I’ve been exposed to antimony?
Tests are available to measure antimony levels in the body. Antimony can be measured in the urine, feces, and blood for several days after exposure. However, these tests cannot tell you how much antimony you have been exposed to or whether you will experience any health effects. Some tests are not usually performed in most doctors’ offices and may require special equipment to conduct them.

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Has the federal government made recommendations to protect human health?
The EPA allows 0.006 parts of antimony per million parts of drinking water (0.006 ppm). The EPA requires that discharges or spills into the environment of 5,000 pounds or more of antimony be reported.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has set an occupational exposure limit of 0.5 milligrams of antimony per cubic meter of air (0.5 mg/m³) for an 8-hour workday, 40-hour workweek.

The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) currently recommend the same guidelines for the workplace as OSHA.

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Glossary
Carcinogenicity: Ability to cause cancer.

CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service.

Ingestion: Taking food or drink into your body.

Long-term: Lasting one year or more.

Milligram (mg): One thousandth of a gram.

Parasite: An organism living in or on another organism.

ppm: Parts per million.

Short-term: Lasting 14 days or less.

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References
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). 1992. Toxicological Profile for antimony. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service.

Antimony isn’t used alone because it breaks easily, but when mixed into alloys, it is used in lead storage batteries, solder, sheet and pipe metal, bearings, castings, and pewter. Antimony oxide is added to textiles and plastics to prevent them from catching fire. It is also used in paints, ceramics, and fireworks, and as enamels for plastics, metal, and glass.

Everyone is exposed to low levels of antimony in the environment. Acute (short-term) exposure to antimony by inhalation in humans results in effects on the skin and eyes. Respiratory effects, such as inflammation of the lungs, chronic bronchitis, and chronic emphysema, are the primary effects noted from chronic (long-term) exposure to antimony in humans via inhalation. Human studies are inconclusive regarding antimony exposure and cancer, while animal studies have reported lung tumors in rats exposed to antimony trioxide via inhalation. EPA has not classified antimony for carcinogenicity.
Uses
Antimony is alloyed with other metals such as lead to increase its hardness and strength; its primary use is in antimonial lead, which is used in grid metal for lead acid storage batteries. (1)
Other uses of antimony alloys are for solder, sheet and pipe, bearing metals, castings, and type metal. (1)
Antimony oxides (primarily antimony trioxide) are used as fire retardants for plastics, textiles, rubber, adhesives, pigments, and paper. (1)
Sources and Potential Exposure
Antimony is found at very low levels throughout the environment. (1)
The concentration of antimony in ambient air ranges from less than 1 nanogram per cubic meter (ng/m3) (0.000001 milligram per cubic meter [mg/m3]) to about 170 ng/m3 (0.000170 mg/m3). However, near factories that convert antimony ores into metal, or make antimony oxide, concentrations may be greater than 1,000 ng/m3 (0.01 mg/m3). (1)
Soil usually contains very low concentrations of antimony (less than 1 part per million [ppm]). However, higher concentrations have been detected at hazardous waste sites and at antimony-processing sites. (1)
Food contains small amounts of antimony: the average concentration of antimony in meats, vegetables, and seafood is 0.2 to 1.1 parts per billion (ppb). (1)
People who work in industries that process antimony ore and metal, or make antimony oxide, may be exposed to antimony by breathing dust or by skin contact. (1)
Assessing Personal Exposure
Antimony can be measured in the urine, feces, and blood. (1)
Health Hazard Information
Acute Effects:
The only effects reported from acute exposure to antimony by inhalation in humans are effects on the skin and eyes. Skin effects consist of a condition known as antimony spots, which is a rash consisting of pustules around sweat and sebaceous glands, while effects on the eye include ocular conjunctivitis. Oral exposure to antimony in humans has resulted in gastrointestinal effects. (1,2)
Animal studies have reported effects on the lungs, cardiovascular system, and liver from acute exposure to high levels of antimony by inhalation. (1)
Antimony is considered to have high acute toxicity based on short-term oral tests in rats, mice, and guinea pigs. (3)
Chronic Effects (Noncancer):
The primary effects from chronic exposure to antimony in humans are respiratory effects that include antimony pneumoconiosis (inflammation of the lungs due to irritation caused by the inhalation of dust), alterations in pulmonary function, chronic bronchitis, chronic emphysema, inactive tuberculosis, pleural adhesions, and irritation. (1,2)
Other effects noted in humans chronically exposed to antimony by inhalation are cardiovascular effects (increased blood pressure, altered EKG readings and heart muscle damage) and gastrointestinal disorders. (1,2)
Animal studies have reported effects on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems and kidney from chronic inhalation exposure. Oral animal studies have reported effects on the blood, liver, central nervous system (CNS), and gastrointestinal effects. (1)
A National Toxicology Program (NTP) 14-day drinking water study of potassium antimony tartrate reported an increase in relative liver and kidney weights in the high dose group (females only). A 13-week intraperitoneal injection study, also by the NTP, reported inflammation and/or fibrosis of the liver in mice dosed with potassium antimony tartrate. (6)
EPA has not established a Reference Concentration (RfC) for antimony. However, EPA has established an RfC of 0.0002 milligrams per cubic meter (mg/m3) for antimony trioxide based on respiratory effects in rats. The RfC is an estimate (with uncertainty spanning perhaps an order of magnitude) of a continuous inhalation exposure to the human population (including sensitive subgroups) that is likely to be without appreciable risk of deleterious noncancer effects during a lifetime. It is not a direct estimator of risk but rather a reference point to gauge the potential effects. At exposures increasingly greater than the RfC, the potential for adverse health effects increases. Lifetime exposure above the RfC does not imply that an adverse health effect would necessarily occur. (4)
EPA has medium confidence in the study on which the RfC was based because it uses an adequate number of animals but it is not a chronic, lifetime study; medium confidence in the database because no adequate developmental or reproductive studies are available; and, consequently, low confidence in the RfC. (4)
The Reference Dose (RfD) for antimony is 0.0004 milligrams per kilogram body weight per day (mg/kg/d) based on longevity, blood glucose, and cholesterol in rats. (5)
EPA has low confidence in the study on which the RfD was based because only one species was used, only one dose level was used, no no-observed-adverse-effect level (NOAEL) was determined, and gross pathology and histopathology were not well described; low confidence in the database due to lack of adequate oral exposure investigations; and, consequently, low confidence in the RfD. (5)
Reproductive/Developmental Effects:
An increased incidence of spontaneous abortions, as compared with a control group, was reported in women working at an antimony plant. Disturbances in the menstrual cycle were reported in women exposed to various antimony compounds in a metallurgical plant. However, the study that reported these findings was unclear about concurrent exposure to other chemicals, nor did it provide the characteristics of the controls used. (1,2)
Animal studies have reported a decrease in the number of offspring born to rats exposed to antimony prior to conception and throughout gestation. Reproductive effects, including metaplasia in the uterus and disturbances in the ovum-maturing process, were reported in a rat study, following inhalation exposure. (1)
Cancer Risk:
In one human study, inhalation exposure to antimony did not affect the incidence of cancer in workers employed for 9 to 31 years. (1)
Lung tumors have been observed in rats exposed to antimony trioxide by inhalation. (1,2,4)
EPA has not classified antimony for carcinogenicity.
Physical Properties
Antimony is a silvery-white metal that is found in the earth’s crust. Antimony ores are mined and then either changed to antimony metal or combined with oxygen to form antimony oxide. (1)
Antimony trioxide is a white powder that is very slightly soluble in water. (1)
Antimony metal is a very brittle, moderately hard metal. (1)
The chemical symbol for antimony is Sb, and it has an atomic weight of 121.75 g/mol. (1)
The chemical formula for antimony trioxide is O3Sb2, and its molecular weight is 291.50 g/mol. (1)

Obama Bush Fact Sheet

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Among other things since becoming president, Barack Obama has:
  • 20,000 Airstrikes in the President’s First Term Cause Death and Destruction From Iraq to Somalia.
  • Signed the NDAA into law – making it legal to assassinate Americans w/o charge or trial.
  • Initiated, and personally oversees a ‘Secret Kill List’.
  • Waged war on Libya without congressional approval.
  • Started a covert, drone war in Yemen.
  • Escalated the proxy war in Somalia.
  • Escalated the CIA drone war in Pakistan.
  • Maintained a presence in Iraq even after “ending” the war.
  • Sharply escalated the war in Afghanistan.
  • Secretly deployed US special forces to 75 countries.
Here’s a partial history of Obama’s dealings – listed (roughly) chronologically, most recent first:
News after Obama was elected to a second term
 
 
  • White House: Drone Killings ‘Ethical and Wise’(READ).
  • US responds to Israeli attack on Syria by warning Syria (READ).
  • Obama’s nomination of Mary Jo White for SEC chief reveals the president still isn’t serious about cracking down on big banks (READ).
  • Obama Inaugural Speech: US to Maintain Global Military Presence (READ).
  • The Untouchables: How the Obama Administration Protected Wall Street from Prosecutions (READ).
  • MLK: I have a dream.  Obama: I have a drone(READ).
  • The Pipeline President: Obama’s Keystone XL (READ).
  • Three Ways Obama Carried Bush’s Tyrannical Torch, in Just One Week – Warrantless wiretapping of American citizens, Indefinite detention without charge or trial, Targeted killings of suspects by drone, without any pretense of due process (even if they are US citizens) remains none of the American people’s business (READ).
  • Obama signs 2013 NDAA – blocking closure of Gitmo (READ).
  • Amy Goodman: Obama’s New Year’s Resolution: Protect the Status Quo – a number of bills were signed into law by President Barack Obama that renew some of the worst excesses of the Bush years (READ).
  • The Obama Administration deported more than 400,000 undocumented immigrants in the 2012 fiscal year, the most in the nation’s history (READ).
  • Announced on Christmas eve: The U.S. will be sending Army brigades into as many as 35 African nations in early 2013 (READ).
  • Obama Administration Snubs Risk, Set to OK ‘Frankenfish’ (READ).
  • The US is going to “substantially increase its military presence in the Philippines, increasing the number of troops, aircraft and ships which routinely rotate through the country,” – a reason given: to “serve The Philippines when struggling against natural disasters.” (READ).
  • Obama’s Deficit Proposal: Cut Social Security Benefits (READ).
  • Remember All the Children, Mr. President. Remember the 35 children who died in Gaza this month from Israeli bombardments (with your approval and U.S. weapons).  Remember the 168 children who have been killed by US drone attacks in Pakistan since 2006.  Remember the 231 children killed in Afghanistan in the first 6 months of this year (READ).
  • Barack Obama’s tears for the children of Newtown are in stark contrast to his silence over the children murdered by his drones (READ).
  • Obama sends 400 troops to Syrian border (READ).
  • Obama grants unprecedented powers for warrantless surveillance. The rules now allow the little-known National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) to examine the government files of U.S. citizens for possible criminal behavior, even if there is no reason to suspect them. Now, NCTC can copy entire government databases—flight records, casino-employee lists, the names of Americans hosting foreign-exchange students and many others. The agency has new authority to keep data about innocent U.S. citizens for up to five years, and to analyze it for suspicious patterns of behavior. Previously, both were prohibited (READ).
  • Obamacare Architect Leaves White House for Pharmaceutical Industry Job (READ).
  • US to leave 10,000 troops in Afghanistan past 2014 (READ).
  • Obama ‘drone-warfare rulebook’ condemned by human rights groups (READ).
  • Obama says he is “fully supportive” of Israel’s attack on Gaza. “There is no country on Earth that would tolerate missiles raining down on from outside its borders” (We wonder if Obama applies this logic to Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and Afghanistan where the U.S. is raining down missiles on those countries) (READ).
  • Obama Administration: Hamas to Blame for Gaza Violence.  Says Israel ‘has the right to defend itself’ (but makes no mention of Palestinians having the same right) (READ).
  • Obama-appointed Afghanistan commander supports troops there past 2014 (READ).
  • U.S. expands counterterrorism assistance in Cambodia in spite of human rights concerns (READ).
  • Julian Assange: Reelected Obama a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’.  “All of the activities against WikiLeaks by the United States have occurred under an Obama administration.” (READ).

News prior to Obama being elected to a second term
  • 4 More Drones! Robot Attacks Are on Deck for Obama’s Next Term (READ).
  • Obama and Civil Liberties: The Prospect of Four More Years (READ).
  • US-backed regime in Bahrain bans all protests.  Obama continues to support the brutal Bahraini dictatorship, valuing ruthless control of the Persian Gulf over democracy (READ).
  • UN Official: Aspects of US Drone Program Clearly ‘War Crimes’ (read). (Which makes Obama a war criminal.)
  • Obama Moves to Make the ‘War on Terror’ Permanent.  Complete with a newly coined, creepy Orwellian euphemism – ‘disposition matrix’ – the administration institutionalizes the most extremist powers a government can claim (read).
  • U.S. Begins Talks to Extend Troop Presence in Afghanistan Beyond 2014 (read).
  • Obama implements additional Iran sanctions (read).
  • Electronic monitoring by Justice Department on the rise under Obama, ACLU says (read).
  • At UN, Obama Falsely Claims America Sides With Democratic Change in Mid East (read).
  • New Stanford/NYU Study Documents the Civilian Terror from Obama’s Drones (read). ‘Counterproductive’ drone war “terrorizes” civilians in Pakistan. The drone war has given rise to “anxiety and psychological trauma among civilian communities”.
  • Obama wins right to indefinitely detain Americans under NDAA (read).
  • Obama administration to spend an estimated $350 billion on nuclear weapon upgrades (read). (But the US doesn’t acknowledge its hypocrisy in sanctioning & threatening Iran for pursuing nuclear energy).
  • AIPAC thanks Obama for ‘steadfast support’ (read).
  • Obama Admin Appeals Overruling of Indefinite Detention Under NDAA (read).
  • Rahm Emanuel: President Obama supports me against striking teachers in Chicago (read).
  • Obama has kept his promise to not prosecute CIA torturers, leaving them unaccountable (read).
  • Suspected U.S. drone strike kills civilians in Yemen, officials say (read).
  • Obama Gives Shell Green Light to Start Risky Arctic Drilling (read).
  • Obama sends 200 Marines to Guatemala to fight drug trafficking (read).
  • Obama authorized covert support for Syrian rebels, sources say (read).
  • Obama signs law increasing aid to Israel day before Romney trip to Holy Land (read).
  • Obama in Yemen: Killing Civilians, Bolstering Dictatorship, and Bombing in Secret (read).
  • Obama signs executive order giving himself control of all communication systems in America (read).
  • U.S. beefs up Persian Gulf forces (read).
    Lesser of Two Evils Contest Winners

    Thanks to everyone who submitted slogans and voted for the best way to respond when someone says, “I’m going to vote for Obama because he’s the lesser of two evils.”  As voted by you, here are the winners of the contest.

    • If you vote for either man you vote for more war
    • Voting for the lesser of two evils may be acceptable to you, but it’s not to the people around the world who are being bombed by Obama
    • Obama 2012 – Four More Wars!
  • U.S. eyes return to some Southeast Asia military bases (in Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines) (read).
  • Obama Ignored CIA Report Against Afghan Escalation (read).
  • Under Obama, the export of American arms to countries around the world — even those actively repressing their own citizens — is booming. The United States is the world’s top provider of major conventional weapons (read).
  • C.I.A. Said to Aid in Steering Arms to Syrian Opposition (read).
  • Drone strikes threaten 50 years of international law, says UN rapporteur (read).
  • Obama asserts presidential powers he once spoke critically of (read).
  • Obama administration rejects FOIA requests from NYT, ACLU for “targeted killing” papers (read).
  • Ex-CIA Official Slams Obama’s ‘Indiscriminate’ Use of Drones (read).
  • What’s behind Obama’s new military base in Chile? (read).
    The U.S. is NOT leaving Iraq or Afghanistan, as Obama claims
    Feb. 7, 2012 – The CIA is expected to maintain a large clandestine presence in Iraq and Afghanistan long after the departure of conventional U.S. troops as part of a plan by the Obama administration to rely on a combination of spies and Special Operations forces to protect U.S. interests in the two longtime war zones, U.S. officials said (read).
  • Jeremy Scahill Says Obama Strikes In Yemen Constitute ‘Murder’ (read).
  • “As shown through his stepped-up drone campaign, Barack Obama has become George W. Bush on steroids.” (read).
  • Obama order set off wave of cyberattacks against Iran (read).
  • Obama Personally Oversees ‘Secret Kill List’: NYT (read).  Obama and Drone Warfare: Will Americans Speak Out? (read).
  • Obama OKs Proliferation of US “Hunter-Killer” Drone Technology – Administration plans to arm Italy’s fleet of Reaper drones (read).
  • Obama touts American exceptionalism, ‘end of wars’ in Air Force graduation speech (read).
  • Top Obama Officials, Secretive Process Create ‘Assassination List’ – President Obama’s counter-terrorism chief has “seized the lead” in secretly determining who will die by US drone (read).
  • Obama’s ‘Poverty-Relieving’ Plan for Africa a Profit Boon for Giant Agribusiness (read).
  • Obama has opened three new military bases in Honduras (read).
  • Ex-CIA Interrogator: Obama’s War on Terror Is Less Ethical Than Bush’s. “We don’t capture anybody any more… [Obama’s] default option… has been to … take no prisoners…How could it be more ethical to kill people rather than capture them?” (read).
  • Jeremy Scahill: US Has Become ‘Nation of Assassins’ (read).
  • The Drone-Happy President: Obama Escalates in Yemen – Again.  Obama allows the CIA and the military to fire even when the identity of those who could be killed is not known (read).
  • Obama Administration Again Proposes Polar Bear Extinction Plan – New Rule Echoes Bush Plan Ignoring Polar Bears’ Plight (read).
  • The Obama administration has already launched six times as many drone strikes as the Bush administration in Pakistan alone, killing hundreds of innocent people and devastating families (read).
  • Strip-Searches: Obama Wants You to Bend Over (Or Squat) and Spread ‘Em  (read).
  • Air Force ramps up drone war. New documents reveal plans to more than quadruple Reaper missions by 2016  (read).
  • Obama Signs “Fraud-Friendly” JOBS Act into Law.  Economist: Bill will bring fraud, destroy jobs (read).  Why Obama’s JOBS Act Couldn’t Suck Worse (read).
  • U.S. draws up plans for nuclear drones (read).
  • Our government is watching us more. New guidelines permit the federal counterterrorism investigators to collect, search and store data about Americans who are not suspected of terrorism, or anything (read).
  • U.S. joins effort to equip and pay ‘rebels’ in Syria (read).
  • Drone strikes in Yemen soar as U.S. stokes ‘secret war’ – America has dramatically stepped up its “secret war” in Yemen with the U.S. ordering dozens of drone attacks on al-Qaida hotspots, which have also killed scores of civilians (read).
  • Obama to fast-track segment of Keystone pipeline, other energy projects (read); Native Americans Forced to Protest from ‘Cage’ (read).
  • Bush’s “Total Information Awareness” data mining program revived by the Obama administration (read).
  • Obama signs Executive Order allowing for control over all US resources (read).  Related: “Obama’s Creepy Executive Order: Permanent War Economy” (read).
  • Obama signs anti-protest trespass bill into law (read).
  • Obama administration moves to aid Syrian opposition (read).
  • Obama’s Attorney General says U.S. can assassinate American citizens abroad (without being charged with anything or given a trial)(read).
  • White House helps pay for NYPD Muslim surveillance (read).
  • US drones circle over the Philippines. A United States-supported airstrike that destroyed with causalities an Abu Sayyaf hideout on the remote island of Jolo in the southern Philippines represented the first known use of the unmanned aerial assault craft in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) counter-insurgency operations against terrorism-linked rebel groups (read).
  • Obama sees single-candidate election in Yemen as ‘model’ for Middle East (read).
  • Obama: U.S. in ‘lockstep’ with Israel on Iran (read).
  • U.S. drones targeting rescuers and mourners in Pakistan; Obama indirectly admits that U.S. strikes have killed civilians by claiming the drone campaign a “targeted, focused effort” that “has not caused a huge number of civilian casualties”. . . . (read).
  • We’re #47! After Occupy Journalist Arrests, US Plummets in Global Press Freedom Rankings (read).
  • Yemen dictator allowed into the U.S.  A day after he was granted immunity by the Yemeni parliament, Yemen’s presumably-departing dictator of 33 years, Ali Abdullah Saleh is on his way to the U.S. for treatment (read).  (Comparing Yemen’s Saleh to Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi: Saleh killed his own people – people who peacefully protest his tyrannical reign. Gadhafi killed his own people – people who violently rose up against him. Saleh gets to enter the U.S. Gadhafi got murdered – SPFP)
  • 10 reasons the U.S. is no longer the land of the free (read).
  • Has Obama taken Bush’s ‘preemption’ strategy to another level? (read).
  • Obama sending 5 US military officers to South Sudan (read).
  • The White House has declared the government of South Sudan eligible to receive weapons and defense assistance from the U.S. The announcement came amid an outbreak of violence between two South Sudanese tribes that may have left thousands dead and some 50,000 people needing aid (read).
  • The White House has declared the government of South Sudan eligible to receive weapons and defense assistance from the U.S. The announcement came amid an outbreak of violence between two South Sudanese tribes that may have left thousands dead and some 50,000 people needing aid (read).
  • President Obama Signs the NDAA Indefinite Detention Bill Into Law.  The statute contains a sweeping worldwide indefinite detention provision.  “President Obama’s action today is a blight on his legacy because he will forever be known as the president who signed indefinite detention without charge or trial into law,” said Anthony D. Romero, ACLU executive director (read).
  • Weapon’s proliferation: In same week $30 billion weapon deal with Saudi Arabia is finalized, Pentagon reaches $3.5 billion weapon deal with UAE(read).
  • White House rejects calls for oversight on drone killings (read).
  • TSA spreading its wings beyond airports (read).
  • The Obama administration has decided in principle to allow the embattled president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, to enter the United States for medical treatment (read).
  • National Defense Authorization Act – By signing the ‘anti-terror’ bill the president could end up being worse than his Republican predecessor on civil liberties (read).
  • The Zenith of Civil Libertarian Anger at President Obama (read).
  • Secrecy defines Obama’s drone war (read).
  • Obama asks Iran to return downed U.S. surveillance drone (read).  Stealth drone highlights tougher U.S. strategy on Iran (read).
  • Obama Promises to Label GMOs (read).
  • Inside Romania’s secret CIA prison (read).
  • Obama: U.S. to expand military in Australia (read); 2,500 US Marines to be stationed in Australia (read).
  • Obama Administration Delays Keystone Pipeline Decision to After Election (read).
  • Obama’s Offshore Oil Plan a Disaster for Wildlife, Climate (read).
  • Palestine Wins UNESCO Membership… And Obama Withdraws (read).
  • Obama’s new war in Uganda (read).
  • Obama’s proposal would gut Freedom of Information Act (read).
  • As troops pull out of Iraq, Obama plans more combat forces elsewhere in the Middle East (read).
  • The U.S. will maintain a presence in Iraq even after “ending” of war (read).
  • New Obama Foreclosure Plan Helps Banks At Taxpayers’ Expense (read).
  • US Troop Deaths in Afghan War Under Obama Now Twice That Under Bush (read).
  • Obama sends 100 US combat troops to Uganda to help fight ‘rebels’ (read).
  • Obama vows to seek ‘toughest’ Iran sanctions to punish Iranian officials whom he accused of complicity in an alleged plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to the United States (read).
  • Obama Waives Penalties on Countries That Employ Child Soldiers – Again! (read).
  • U.S. drone strike in Yemen kills U.S.-born Anwar al-Awlaki.  The lethal strike marked the first known case in which the Obama administration tracked down and killed a U.S. citizen. The raid also killed a second American, Samir Khan. (read).  With the assassination of Anwar al-Awlaki, the due-process-free assassination of U.S. citizens is now reality (read).
  • Obama accommodates Turkey’s request for drone aircraft in fight against Kurdish separatists (read).
  • Photos & videos of Bin Laden’s killing should not be released because they would reveal military and intelligence secrets and could lead to violence against U.S. personnel, the Obama administration argued (read).
  • Obama quietly renews U.S. embargo on Cuba (read).
  • U.S. drones attack in souther Somalia (read).
  • Obama secretly sold bunker-busting bombs to Israel: report (read).
  • US Resumes Arms Sales to Bahrain.  Less than three months after including Bahrain on a list of human rights offenders requiring the United Nations’ attention, the Obama administration seems to have changed its mind (read).
  • Obama silent as U.S. murders Troy Davis (read).
  • Peace Prize-Winner Obama Savages Somalia (read).
  • U.S. assembling secret drone bases in Africa, Arabian Peninsula, officials say(read).
  • “Obama cozies up to Uzbekistan dictator” – lobbies congress to sell more military equipment to one of the world’s most repressive leaders (read).
  • U.S. to build new massive prison in Bagram, Afghanistan (read).
  • New American Ally in Somalia: ‘Butcher’ Warlord (read). (Also check out Jeremy Scahill’s extensive piece on U.S. history in Somalia).
  • The United States reserves the right to pursue terrorists unilaterally in other countries, White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan said in a speech at Harvard Law School (read).
  • The Obama administration has significantly increased the frequency of drone strikes and other air attacks against the al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemenin recent months amid rising concern about political collapse there (read).
  • Obama Pushes NAFTA Style Trade Policy Despite 2008 Promise (watch).
  • Obama said that if the Palestinians try to achieve statehood in the UN Security Council, the US will oppose the proposal (read).
  • Obama abandoned a contentious new air pollution rule, buoying business interests that had lobbied heavily against it, angering environmentalists and rejecting the advice of his top environmental regulators (read).  Related: Obama asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to withdraw a plan to limit smog pollution that was projected to prevent as many as 12,000 premature deaths from heart and lung complications (read).
  • US kills 30 in airstrikes on Yemen (read).
  • Jeremy Scahill: What’s happening in Libya is essentially a “NATO enforced regime change” and that President Obama is “implementing the Bush domino agenda in the Middle East” (watch).
  • Obama Goes All Out For Dirty Banker Deal (read).
  • A secret war in 120 countries: Somewhere on this planet an American commando is carrying out a mission. Now, say that 70 times and you’re done … for the day. (read).
  • Progressives Complain Obama’s Debt Deal ‘Trades People’s Livelihoods for the Votes of a Few Unappeasable Right-Wing Radicals’ (read).
  • Rep. Luis Gutierrez Arrested Outside White House Protesting Record Deportations Under Obama’s Watch (read).
  • Obama exploits the tragedy in Norway
    “It’s a reminder that the entire international community has a stake in preventing this kind of terror from occurring,” Obama said prior to learning the identity of the assailant, clearly trying to justify his military strikes in 6 Muslim nations.  No doubt Obama was later stunned, if not disappointed, that the person responsible for the killings in Norway was a non-Arab Christian, and not a ‘Muslim terrorist’.
  • Obama’s escalating war in Yemen – As its government teeters, the impoverished and chaotic Gulf nation is the focus of a U.S. bombing campaign (read).
  • Obama’s approval ratings across the Arab World are 10% or less, according to a Zogby study of about 4,000 people (read).
  • CIA Exhales: 99 Out of 101 Torture Cases Dropped (read).
  • U.S. millions fund world’s newest army, South Sudan, despite worries of its human rights abuses, including killings, most recently in April when hundreds of civilians were killed or wounded by the U.S. ally (read).
  • The Obama administration is expanding its drone war to Somalia, which makes six countries where the United States is using drones to conduct lethal attacks: Somalia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Iraq and Yemen (read).  Also, the US is supplying drone aircrafts to Uganda and Burundi to help them fight in Somalia (read).
  • Obama Admin Warns of “Fines and Incarceration” if U.S. Citizens Set Sail with Gaza Aid Flotilla (read).
  • “Yet tonight, we take comfort in knowing that the tide of war is receding,” Obama trumpeted in his speech announcing his plan to withdraw some U.S. troops in Afghanistan (read).  (Given that George W. Bush had about half as many troops in Afghanistan as Obama will after the withdrawals, this claim is disingenuous.  But what takes Obama’s assertion to the level of Orwellian, is that he makes this claim while he has started new wars in Libya and Yemen, has escalated drone strikes in Pakistan, has ramped up the U.S. proxy war in Somalia, and has begun funding the new army in South Sudan.)
  • Just prior to Obama’s speech on withdrawing some troops from Afghanistan, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $14.2 million contract to a Turkish company to construct an eight-building barracks complex for 12,000 troops at Bagram Air Field.  Completion date is scheduled for fall of 2013 (read).
  • Former CIA Director Hayden: Obama follows in Bush’s footsteps on War Powers (read) in Libya.  In a campaign marked by stinging criticism of President George W. Bush’s alleged executive excess, then-candidate Obama wrote: “The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.”  Yet Obama is now claiming authority to bomb Libya.
  • Obama overruled 2 top lawyers on War Power in Libya (read).
  • Dennis Kucinich, Ron Paul and eight other congress members file lawsuit against Obama for taking military action in Libya without first seeking congressional approval, an apparent violation of the 1973 War Powers Resolution (read).
  • Noam Chomsky: “Both Bush and Obama are terrified of the Arab spring. And there is a very sensible reason for that. They don’t want democracies in the Arab world. If Arab public opinion had any influence on policy, the US and Britain would be tossed out of the Middle East. That’s why they are terrified of democracies in the region” (read).
  • Whistleblowers Suffer More than Ever Under Obama (read).
  • Obama’s support of the repressive monarchy of Bahrain:  The Obama administration approved $200M in military sales to Bahrain in run-up to violent crackdown (read).  Bahrain crown prince meets with Obama in DC – Officials reaffirm the strong US commitment to Bahrain (read).
  • Chicago Tribune editorial writer: Obama and the pursuit of endless war – starting new fights and prolonging the old ones (read).
  • FBI to Expand Domestic Surveillance Powers as Details Emerge of Its Spy Campaign Targeting Activists.  The F.B.I. is giving its agents new leeway to infiltrate organizations, search household trash, use surveillance teams and search databases in domestic investigations. FBI agents will now be able investigate people and organizations “proactively” without firm evidence for suspecting criminal or terrorist activity (watch/read).
  • As chaos engulfs Yemen, the U.S. is diabolically intensifying a secret campaign of airstrikes, according tothe New York Times.
  • Report: Over 2,600 Activists Arrested in US Protests since Obama took office (read).
  • In 2007, then-Senator Obama said: “If American workers are being denied their right to organize and collectively bargain when I’m in the White House, I will put on a comfortable pair of shoes myself, I will walk on that picket line with you as President of the United States of America. Because workers deserve to know that somebody is standing in their corner.”…  In 2011, President Obama did not find his shoes to join the massive protests in Wisconsin (read).
  • Pentagon to consider cyber attacks an act of war (read).
  • Obama signs Patriot Act extension into law (read).
  • White House: No need for congressional approval for Libya (read).
  • Obama administration praises Israel for its restraint after it kills 20 on the “Nakba” (read).
 
  • Obama to AIPAC, May 2011: “So make no mistake, we will maintain Israel’s qualitative military edge” (read).
 

May 2011 – Obama’s hypocritical speech on the Middle East
“The United States opposes the use of violence and repression against the people of the region” claimed Obama, while simultaneously dropping bombs on the people of Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Libya.
Read statement from ANSWER coalition Director Brian Becker (Read)

  • U.S. kills Bin Laden hours after NATO killed Gadhafi’s son and 3 grandchildren (read).
It’s moments like these that some people expected Barack Obama to act differently than George W. Bush or John McCain 

After killing Bin Laden, Obama could have claimed victory and announced that the wars would come to an immediate end.  Instead, he’s doing what Bush or McCain would have done:  Continue the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen; pronounce that Bin Laden’s death justifies all the wars; repeat the lie that 9/11 was the start of the war; and declare that the ‘war on terror’ must continue.
  • Obama administration refuses to accept the Palestinian unity deal which brought Hamas and Fatah together (read).
  • Obama approves of armed Predator drone strikes in Libya (read).
  • WikiLeaks: Obama administration tried to stymie U.N. probe of possible Israeli war crimes in Gaza (read).
  • “Don’t Punish the Poor” Economist Jeffrey Sachs Slams Obama-GOP Budget Deal (read).
  • Obama’s military action in Libya contradicts his words from 2007: “The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation” (read)
  • Obama Administration Approves Fourth Gulf Deepwater Drilling Permit (read)
  • Obama Defends Detention Conditions for Bradley Manning (read)
  • Obama Approves Indefinite Detention Without Trial (read)
  • America’s secret plan to arm Libya’s rebels: Obama asks Saudis to airlift weapons into Benghazi (read). (This is the same Saudi Arabia who in the same week declared all protests illegal).
  • Obama honors George H.W. Bush with Medal of Freedom.  “We celebrate an extraordinary life of service and of sacrifice” (read).
  • Obama’s $3.7 Trillion Budget Calls for Military Spending Increases and Deep Cuts to Social Service Programs (read).  Obama Budget Proposal: Cuts To Target Working Poor, Middle Class & Students (read).
  • Obama heaps praise on Ronald Reagan: Reagan advanced “the cause of freedom, democracy and security around the world”(read), and Reagan was a man with a “unique ability to inspire others to greatness” (read).
  • The Obama administration has publicly confirmed it is continuing the Bush-era policy of opposing the return of Haiti’s ousted former president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was overthrown in a 2004 U.S.-backed coup (read).
  • Obama Eyeing Internet ID for Americans (read).
  • The Obama administration is telling federal agencies to take aggressive new steps to prevent more WikiLeaksembarrassments (read).
  • Obama Gives ‘Lump of Coal’ to Polar Bears (read).
  • Obama administration readies indefinite detention order for Guantanamo detainees (read).
  • Big Brother gets bigger under Obama.  The FBI is building a database with the names and certain personal information, such as employment history, of thousands of U.S. citizens and residents whom a local police officer or a fellow citizen believed to be acting suspiciously (read).
  • Obama Flip-Flop: FCC Vote Could End Net Neutrality (read).
  • Obama’s VP Joe Biden likens WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to a “high-tech terrorist” (read).
  • Obama calls WikiLeaks “deplorable” (read).
  • Expansion of Anti-Terrorism Law Will Target Activists (read).
  • Obama reaches agreement with congressional Republicans to extend Bush’s tax-cuts for the wealthy (read).
  • The Obama administration has abandoned its effort to persuade Israel to renew a settlement construction freeze (read).
  • Obama administration orders government workers not to read WikiLeaks cables – even from home (read).
  • Obama and GOPers Worked Together to Kill Bush Torture Probe (read).
  • The Obama administration launched a full-bloodied assault on Wikileaks (read).
  • Obama proposes salary freeze for 2 million federal workers – excluding those in the military (read)  [NOTE: Obama said the salary freeze would save $28 billion over 5 years — that amount is about what the U.S. spends on war every 2 weeks.]
  • Obama stands by controversial air security screening methods – says body scans and pat-downs necessary (read).
  • White House Says Child Soldiers Are O.K., if They Fight Terrorists (read).
  • Obama Administration Claims Unchecked Authority to Kill Americans Outside Combat Zones (read).
  • The US is building a $12 billion super military base on the Pacific island of Guam.  Another $200 million will go for upgrades to U.S. base in Diego Garcia (read).
  • U.N. votes 187-2 to end Cuba trade embargo – U.S. and Israel lone dissenting votes (read).
  • WikiLeaks Docs Raise Questions of Obama Policies — Despite Obama’s public commitment to eschew torture, U.S. forces turned detainees over to Iraqi forces even after signs of abuse (read).
  • Obama administration pushing for wider role of CIA in Pakistan – efforts rebuffed by Islamabad (read).
  • Obama administration to sell $60 billion worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia (read).  The sale, which is the largest overseas deal in U.S. history, is part of a strategy spearheaded by the George W. Bush administration and expanded by President Barack Obama (read).
  • Obama administration lifts deepwater drilling moratorium (read).
  • Report: White House squelched reports of BP oil spill estimates (read).
  • Obama endorses new film “Waiting for Superman” which attacks teacher’s unions and promotes charter schools (read).
  • A UN probe said there was clear evidence to back prosecutions against Israel for killing and torture when its troops stormed a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May.  The vote was 30-1, with the U.S. as the lone dissenter (read).
  • Obama’s government attacks dissent.  As the Obama administration escalates its undeclared wars in Pakistan and Yemen under the guise of protecting freedom and democracy, the administration is simultaneously escalating its attack on activists in the US who exercise their First Amendment rights.  St. Pete for Peace stands in solidarity with activists in Chicago and Minneapolis whose homes were raided by the FBI (read).  This is particularly troubling but sadly just the latest attempt by the government to silence dissent: 
    • The Obama administration is drawing up legislation to make it easier for US intelligence services to eavesdrop on the Internet, such as social networking websites like Facebook, messaging software like Skype and email transmitters like BlackBerry (read).
    •  The Progressive Magazine’s Matthew Rothschild revealed that a recent FBI report shows the ease in which political protesters are labeled as “terrorists” (read)
    • A report that the Pentagon’s spy unit has begun rebuilding the controversial TALON database that was shut down three years ago after it was used to monitor US peace activists (read).
    • The ACLU recently reported that the Obama administration is permanently enshrining into law many of George W. Bush’s most controversial policies (read). (And of course, there have been no attempts to repeal the Patriot Act.)
  • Bush’s Rendition Program Remains Unchecked (read).
  • Secret Assault on Terrorism Widens on Two Continents.  In roughly a dozen countries — from the deserts of North Africa, to the mountains of Pakistan, to former Soviet republics — the United States has significantly increased military and intelligence operations (read).
  • The Obama administration is deporting record numbers of illegal immigrants and auditing hundreds of businesses that hire undocumented workers(read).
  • Obama lifts ban on Indonesian Special Forces Kopassus, despite their brutal human rights record (read).
  • Obama sends 46 Navy warships, 7,000 marines to Costa Rica (read).
  • White House Enacts Rules Inhibiting Media From Covering Oil Spill (read).
  • Former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya accused the United States of being behind the 2009 coup that ousted him (read).
  • US Ignores Calls for End to Gaza Siege.  The Obama administration is refusing to join international calls for a complete end to the Israeli siege of the Gaza Strip (read).
  • The Pentagon’s spy unit has begun rebuilding a controversial database that was shut down three years ago after it was found to have been used to monitor US peace activists (read).
  • Obama Administration Keeping Blackwater Armed and Dangerous in Afghanistan – another $120M contract awarded (read).
  • With Rumored Manhunt for Wikileaks Founder and Arrest of Alleged Leaker of Video Showing Iraq Killings, Obama Admin Escalates Crackdown on Whistleblowers of Classified Information (read).
  • With a strong push from the Obama administration, the United Nations Security Council voted to impose a fourth round of sanctions on Iran (read).
  • Obama Administration Might Hold Non-Afghan Detainees at Bagram Indefinitely — Administration Should Not Re-Create Gitmo, Says ACLU (read).
  • Obama secretly deploys US special forces to 75 countries across world (read).  The dramatic expansion in the use of special forces go far beyond the covert missions authorized by George W. Bush.  Countries include Iran, Georgia, Ukraine, Bolivia, Paraguay, Ecuador, Peru, Yemen, Pakistan and the Philippines.
  • In the days since President Obama announced a moratorium on permits for drilling new offshore oil wells, at least seven new permits for various types of drilling and five environmental waivers have been granted (read).
  • James Carville on Obama’s response to the Gulf oil spill: He is risking everything with ‘go along with BP strategy’ (read).
  • U.S. troops executing prisoners in Afghanistan: Seymour Hersh (read).
  • Obama gives CIA authority to expand strikes by unmanned aerial vehicles in Pakistan (read).
  • Government Exempted BP from Environmental Review (read).
  • An amendment to increase Congressional oversight of the Federal Reserve failed following pressure from the White House (read).
  • Obama approves targeted assassination of an American citizen (read).
  • Obama signs law allowing weapons in National Parks (read).
  • Obama: Drill, Baby, Drill.  Obama to open offshore areas to oil drilling  — In June 2008, then-Sen. Obama told reporters in Jacksonville, Florida, “when I’m president, I intend to keep in place the moratorium here in Florida and around the country that prevents oil companies from drilling off Florida’s coasts” (read).  Obama said offshore oil drilling is “not risky” (read).
  • Obama: 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan by summer 2010 (will bring total to about 100,000) (read).
  • US-backed Indonesian armed forces, who carried out a series of assassinations of civilian activists in late 2009, are slated for renewed aid by the Obama administration (read).
  • US-Backed Somali Troops Prepare Major Offensive (read).
  • Obama signs Patriot Act extension without reforms (read).
  • Obama unveils plans to build new nuclear power plants (read).
  • School bombing exposes Obama’s secret war inside Pakistan (read).
  • Obama administration raises stakes on Iran by sending in ships and missiles (read).
  • Obama administration steps up arms sales to Persian Gulf allies (read)
  • Obama seeking $44 billion increase in military budget – including $5b for nuclear arsenal (read).
  • 15 killed in US drone strike in northwest Pakistan (read).
  • Blackwater in Pakistan: Gates confirms (read).
  • U.S. Moves Missiles And Troops To Russian Border (read).
  • France accuses US of  ‘occupying’ Haiti as troops flood in (read).
  • Obama Ordered U.S. Military Strike on Yemen (read).
  • Conservative praise for Obama’s Nobel speech. “If Bush had said these things the world would be filled with violent denunciations… when Obama says them, people purr. That is fine by me.” (read).
  • Obama signs military bases agreement with Colombia (read).
  • Obama Seeks PATRIOT ACT Extensions (read).
  • Administration Seeks to Keep Terror Watch-List Data Secret –As of last Sept., the list included 1.1 million names and aliases corresponding to 400,000 individuals (read).
  • “[Afghanistan] is not a war of choice, this is a war of necessity. Those who attacked America on 9/11 are plotting to do so again. If left unchecked, the Taliban insurgency will mean an even larger safe haven from which al-Qaeda would plot to kill more Americans. So this is not only a war worth fighting. This is fundamental to the defense of our people.” (read).
  • Obama administration asks Supreme Court to block release of torture photos (read).
  • Obama’s Military Is Spying on US Peace Groups, by Amy Goodman (read).
  • The Obama administration has declined requests from U.N. human rights investigators for information on secret prisons and for private interviews with inmates at the U.S. military detention center at Guantanamo Bay (read).
  • Obama announced the nomination of Robert Hormats, a vice chairman of Goldman Sachs International, to a top economic position at the State Department (read).
  • Senior Obama Official Backs Cheney and CIA, Says Concealment of Assassin Program Legal (read).
  • Some Guantanamo Bay Detainees May Be Held Indefinitely (without prosecution) (read).  Also, military tribunals at Gitmo resume (read).
  • Obama Goes to Bat for Bush Wiretap Program (read).
  • Obama Slides Further Down Bush’s Hill on Indefinite Detention (read).
  • About Face: Obama to Proceed with Bush-Era Cybersecurity Plan (read).
  • Obama Administration Backs Bush White House on Cheney Interview (read).
  • Obama administration seeks to quash suit by 9/11 families (read).
  • In his May, 2009 speech in Cairo, Egypt, Obama denounced retaliation and force in discussing how Palestinians should respond to Israel.  Given that Obama’s government sells weapons to Israel, has escalated violence in Afghanistan and has increased the number of drone attacks in Pakistan, his request of Palestinians is void of any credibility.  Obama also proudly proclaimed that US troops would be out of Iraq by 2012 (as if three more years is acceptable), and he again did not mention how many mercenaries would remain, and of course, he didn’t discuss US military bases in Iraq.
  • Obama OK’s Mountaintop Removal. With the election of Barack Obama, environmentalists expected to see the end of the “Appalachian apocalypse” — their name for exposing coal deposits by blowing the tops off of whole mountains. But in recent weeks, the Obama administration has quietly decided to open the way for at least two dozen more “mountaintop removal” projects. (read).
  • Obama embraces Bush’s immigration policy.  In recent days, for example, the administration has announced it will expand a $1.1 billion program begun under President George W. Bush to check the immigration status of virtually all people booked into local jails over the next four years. Obama will continue a “zero-tolerance” program that charges and jails any illegal immigrant caught crossing parts of the U.S.-Mexico border. And the administration will resume construction of a $8 billion “virtual” fence of tower-mounted sensors and cameras along the border (read).
  • Obama pledges to keep U.S. ‘dominance’:  We will maintain Americas military dominance and keep you the finest fighting force the world has ever seen. (read).
  • Obama administration sides with Bush, Cheney and Rove in the case of outed CIA agent Valerie Plame (read).
  • Obama to Keep Israel’s Nuclear Secrets (read).
  • Obama Endorses Indefinite Detention Without Trial for Some. President Obama acknowledged publicly for the first time yesterday that some detainees at Guantanamo Bay may have to be held without trial indefinitely, siding with conservative national security advocates (read).
  • Obama does U-turn on Guantanamo Bay terror trials – will restart military tribunals for a small number of Guantanamo detainees, reviving a Bush-era trial system he once assailed as flawed(read).
  • Little Known Military Thug Squad Still Brutalizing Prisoners at Gitmo Under Obama (read).
  • Afghan President Hamid Karzai called on the U.S. to halt air strikes in his country (read).  Unfortunately, the Obama administration rejected Karzai’s demand and said that U.S. airstrikes will continue (read)
  • Obama renews U.S. sanctions on Syria (read).
  • Photographs of prisoner abuse which Barack Obama is attempting to censor include images of apparent rape and sexual abuse (read).
  • McCain backs Obama (read).
  • Obama pledges to protect CIA torture operatives (read).
  • President Obama is asking Congress for $83.4 billion in funding for the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan. The request marks a complete reversal for Obama from two years ago, when he voted against war funding as a senator under former President George W. Bush (read).
  • Obama Administration Embraces Bush Position on Warrantless Wiretapping and Secrecy (read).
  • Replace “Afghanistan” with “Iraq” and Obama sounds like Bush .  Barack Obama made an impassioned plea to Americas allies to send more troops toAfghanistan, warning that failure to do so would leave Europe vulnerable to more terrorist atrocities (read).
  • Obama quietly gave Blackwater $70 million in February, despite Iraq saying it doesn’t want the company there (read).
  • President Barack Obama declared today that the United States will maintain our military dominance. We will have the strongest armed forces in the history of the world. And we will do whatever it takes to sustain our technological advantage and to invest in the capabilities that we need to protect our interests and to defeat and deter any conventional enemy. (read).
  • Obama extends sanctions against Iran for one year, saying it continues to pose a threat to US national security (read).
  • Even though Obama has repeatedly pledged to ban congressional earmarks, his Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel has 16 such projects, worth about $8.5 million, in the bill the Senate is considering (read).
  • Suspend Military Aid to Israel, Amnesty Urges Obama after Detailing US Weapons Used in Gaza (read).
  • Obama backs Bush: No rights for Bagram prisoners (read).
  • Obama Sides With Bush: Tries to Kill E-Mail Case (read).
  • Obama Expands Missile Strikes Inside Pakistan (read).
  • Obama Lets CIA Keep Controversial Renditions Tool (read)
  • Obama lawyers set to defend Yoo (read).
  • Obama Energy Secretary Nominee: Coal, Nuclear an ‘Important Part’ of Power Mix (read).
  • Obama picks Raytheon VP as deputy defense secretary (read).
  • Obama attends neo-conservative dinner party with William Kristol, David Brooks, among others (read); but refuses to meet with Hamas or to criticize Israel for Gaza attacks (read).
  • “His task, will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period, when really a New World Order can be created.  Its a great opportunity it isn’t’t a crisis.  He (Obama) has appointed an extraordinarily capable group (of advisers and staff) in both foreign and economic fields” ~  Henry Kissinger  (YouTube)
  • Obama Wants Bush Pentagon Appointees to Stay (read).
  • Cheney lauds Obama’s choice of national security team (read).
  • Obama choice of evangelical pastor to give invocation at his inauguration has gay rights groups angry (read).
  • Obama’s Pro-Nuclear Pick for Energy Secretary Steven Chu has a keen interest in energy efficiency and solar power and other clean forms of renewable energy, Chu is a staunch advocate of nuclear power (read).
  • Obama’s Dept. of Ag. choice Vilsac is pro-GMO.
  • Campaign Promises on Ending the War in Iraq Now Muted by Reality
    “I said that I would remove our combat troops from Iraq in 16 months, with the understanding that it might be necessary – likely to be necessary – to maintain a residual force to provide potential training, logistical support, to protect our civilians in Iraq,” Mr. Obama said this week as he introduced his national security team (read).
  • Barack Obama’s kettle of hawks
    The absence of a solid anti-war voice on Obama’s national security team means that US foreign policy isn’t going to change – “What does it say that, with 130 members of the House and 23 in the Senate who voted against the war, Obama chooses to hire Democrats who made the same judgment as Bush and McCain?”   Neoconservative leader and former McCain campaign staffer Max Boot summed it up best. “I am gobsmacked by these appointments, most of which could just as easily have come from a President McCain,” (Jeremy Scahill, 12/1/08).
  • Karl Rove praises Obama’s economic team – “Thanksgiving Cheer From Obama – He’s assembled a first-rate economic team” (read).
  • “Hawks For Hillary” The New Republic: Why Are Conservatives Praising Obama’s Pick For Secretary Of State? Newt Gingrich, Iraq war architect Richard Perle (read)
  • Gov. Janet Napolitano of Arizona is reportedly set to be offered the position of Homeland Security secretary. She is a two-term governor, as well as a former US attorney and state attorney general for Arizona. She was the first governor to call for National Guard troops to secure the US-Mexico border (read).
  • President-elect Obama is also expected to tap billionaire Penny Pritzker to serve as Commerce secretary. Pritzker is a longtime friend of Obama’s and served as his national finance chair. Pritzker was involved in running and overseeing the Illinois-based Superior Bank, which collapsed in 2001. The bank has been described as being at the forefront of turning sub prime loans into securities, the risky practice at the heart of the financial crisis(read).
  • Obama sends Madeleine Albright to represent him at the G20 summit.  Albright is the person who, when told that a half million Iraqi children had died due to sanctions, said “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price–we think the price is worth it.” (read).
  • Obama continued the fear-mongering that pushes this country into multiple wars when he told 60 Minutes: “I think it’s important to get a national security team in place because transition periods are potentially times of vulnerability to a terrorist attack,” (read).
  • Obama reportedly to keep Robert Gates as Secretary of Defense (read).
  • University of Chicago economist Austan Goolsbee will be U.S. President-elect Barack Obama’s choice to lead the White House economic team(read).
  • Obama wants embattled U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman to remain in the Senate Democratic caucus (read), and fellow democrats follow and allow Lieberman to keep a key chairmanship (read)
  • Obama vowed to shut down Guantanamo – this is good news, and maybe something a John McCain presidency wouldn’t have done.  But what is Obama going to do with those held without charge at Guantanamo? And what about torture centers at Bagram and Diego Garcia?  And will he shut down the School of the Americas torture training center in Ft. Benning, Georgia?  And what about the torture American prisoners face in US jails?
  • Chomsky on Obama appointments
    “Obama’s choices to [run his economic team] were Robert Rubin and Larry Summers from the Clinton–Secretaries of Treasury under Clinton. They are among the people who are substantially responsible for the crisis. One leading economist, one of the few economists who has been right all along in predicting whats happening, Dean Baker, pointed out that selecting them is like selecting Osama Bin Laden to run the war on terror.” (read orlisten to the entire speech). 
  • Obama supports $700 billion bailout of toxic financial institutions. (Sep ’08)
  • Barack Obama has now declared — to Bill O’Reilly on Fox News, no less — that Bush’s “surge” in Iraq has “succeeded beyond our wildest dreams.” He also proclaimed his “absolute” belief in the “War on Terror,” and said “we have to go after them” (in Pakistan and Afghanistan). (WATCH or READ)
  • As riot police were assaulting and arresting innocent activists outside the Democratic convention, Joe Biden was inside saying “Barack will put more cops on the street” (Aug ’08)
  • Georgia/Russia: Obama sides with Georgia – position similar to Bush and McCain. (Aug ’08)
  • Would keep a residual force (possibly 60,000-80,000) in Iraq after 2010 to train military personnel, provide security for U.S. interests and thwart terrorist threats. (Jul ’08)
  • “A nuclear Iran would pose a grave threat and the world must prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon,” “Iranians need to understand that whether it’s the Bush administration or the Obama administration, this is a paramount concern to the United States,”  (Jul ’08)
  • Wants 10,000 more troops for Afghanistan. (Jul ’08)
  • Making sure Iran does not have the capability to build a nuclear weapon would be “a number one priority” in an Obama presidency…. Iran policy must “combine much tougher threats of economic sanctions with direct diplomacy,” (Jul ’08)
  • Supports legislation granting legal immunity to telecommunications companies that cooperated with the Bush administration’s program of wiretapping without warrants. (Jul ’08)
  • Wants to expand faith-based programs. (Jul ’08)

9/28/08  St. Pete for Peace statement on Obama following the first Presidential debate

Dear friends of peace,

The presidential debate on Friday night confirmed our previous statements about Barack Obama – he is not an antiwar candidate.  St. Pete for Peace, in the strongest terms, condemns Obama’s positions on Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Russia, Venezuela, and Iraq, among others.  Like John McCain, Obama is pro-military and pro-empire.  And just like the Republican Party, the Democrats are not representing the people, as further evidenced by the Democrats who pushed at least as hard as the Republicans for the $700 billion Wall Street bailout.

Some people believe Obama is just making pro-war statements to get elected, but if that were true, how do you know he’s not also being deceitful about the things he says in which you agree?  And if he’s saying things now just to get elected, how do you know he wouldn’t say those things to get re-elected?  Some say that an Obama presidency would mean that their antiwar voice has a chance of being heard.  How can this be true if he’s not listening to your voice now when he’s trying to get your vote?

“But he’s better than McCain” is the reason many give for their support of Obama.  Yes, that’s true.  But, if somebody knocked on your door and said, “You can either give me your children, or you can give me every dollar you earn for the rest of your life” what would you say?  You would say “neither” and shut the door.  It’s time to shut the door on the Republicans and Democrats until they start representing the people.  Of course, John McCain and the Republicans are dangerous and should not be in power, but acceptance of the “lesser of two evils” philosophy is one reason we continue to be stuck with two evils.

So, what do we do?  Well, if you support the Democrats and Obama, then at least demand they start representing you, or abandon the party.  This is not a call to join some other party – election politics should be just one small part of participating in your country’s affairs.  This is a call to consciousness.  What you do once every four years pales in comparison to what you do every day.

Peace

  • Voted in favor of $162 billion more for Iraq & Afghanistan wars. (Jun ’08)
  • At his first stop after winning the primaries, Obama wore a U.S/Israeli flag lapel pin at AIPAC. (Jun ’08) 
  • Neoconservative leader William Kristol said: “Obama’s not for pulling troops back from our forward positions around the world, with the exception of Iraq. Obama and McCain don’t actually differ, at least on paper, even on Iran”  (Jun ’08)
  • Reverses his pledge and opts out of public financing. (Jun ’08)
  • “But as president of the United States, I would be willing to lead tough and principled diplomacy with the appropriate Iranian leader at a time and place of my choosing if and only if it can advance the interests of the United States.” (Jun ’08)
  • “I have said repeatedly that I think that the death penalty should be applied in very narrow circumstances for the most egregious of crimes,” (Jun ’08)
  • Supports a military ‘surge’ in Afghanistan. (May ’08)
  • “I will maintain the embargo (on Cuba). It provides us with … leverage…”  “Never, in my lifetime, have the people of Cuba known freedom. Never, in the lives of two generations of Cubans, have the people of Cuba known democracy.”  (May ’08; also, read Fidel Castro’s response)
  • Obama Exposed: Facts about Obama from the African People’s Solidarity Committee
  • “I think that when you look back at George H.W. Bush’s foreign policy, it was a wise foreign policy. In how we executed the Gulf War, how we managed the transition out of the Cold War, I think it’s an example of how we can get bipartisan agreement.” (Apr ’08)
  • Would “take no options off the table when it comes to preventing [Iran] from using nuclear weapons or obtaining nuclear weapons, and that would include any threats directed at Israel or any of our allies in the region.” (Apr ’08)
  • “The truth is that my foreign policy is actually a return to the traditional bipartisan realistic policy of George Bush’s father, of John F. Kennedy, of, in someways, Ronald Reagan.” (Mar ’08)
  • Said the 2008 violence in Gaza was the result of Hamas’ decision to launch rocket attacks on Israeli civilians (Mar ’08)
  • Said the US should not meet with (the democratically elected) Hamas leadership (Mar ’08)
  • Would not rule out using mercenaries (private military companies) like Blackwater in Iraq. (Feb ’08)
  • Said that US troops should be “relieved of the burden of policing someone else’s civil war,” and that Iraqis need “to take responsibility for their own future.” (Jan ’08)
  • He skipped the vote on Attorney General Michael Mukasey. (Nov ’07)
  • “It is important to have tough sanctions on Iran, particularly on the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, which supports terrorism,” (Oct ’07)
  • Voted to expand NAFTA to Peru. (Oct ’07) 
  • Would not pledge to have all troops out of Iraq by the end of his first-term. (Sep ’07)
  • Was “a strong supporter of the war in Afghanistan”. (Aug ’07)
  • “I strongly support the expansion of our ground forces by adding 65,000 soldiers to the Army and 27,000 Marines.” (Apr ’07)
  • “We lead the world in battling immediate evils and promoting the ultimate good,” said Obama. “We must lead by building a 21st-century military… to advance the security of all people.” (Apr ’07)
  • “No President should ever hesitate to use force unilaterally if necessary to protect ourselves and our vital interests when we are attacked or imminently threatened.” (Apr ’07)
  • Said the United States must be willing to strike al Qaeda targets inside Pakistan. (Apr ’07)
  • “[W]e must preserve our total commitment to our unique defense relationship with Israel by fully funding military assistance and … related missile defense programs, he said. This would help Israel maintain its military edge and deter and repel attacks from as far as Tehran and as close as Gaza.” (Mar ’07)
  • Voted for Robert Gates (of the Iran-Contra scandal) to be Defense Secretary. (Dec ’06)
  • “[L]aunching some missile strikes into Iran is not the optimal position for us to be in given the ongoing war in Iraq. On the other hand, having a radical Muslim theocracy in possession of nuclear weapons is worse. So I guess my instinct would be to err on not having those weapons in the possession of the ruling clerics of Iran.” (Oct ’06)
  • Voted for building a fence along the U.S./Mexican border. (Sep ’06)
  • Said the government must crack down on employers who hire ‘illegal immigrants’. (Sep ’06)
  • Supported Israel’s war against Lebanon. (Aug ’06)
  • Voted for Patriot Act II. (Mar ’06)
  • Voted for Bush’s 2005 energy bill which sent billions of dollars in subsidies to oil companies. (Jun ’05)
  • Voted to allow credit card companies to raise interest rates to over 30%. (Mar ’05)
  • “Military strikes on Pakistan should not be ruled out if violent Islamic extremists were to take over” (Sep ’04)
  • “[T]he big question is going to be, if Iran is resistant to these pressures [to stop its nuclear program], including economic sanctions, which I hope will be imposed if they do not cooperate, at what point . . . if any, are we going to take military action?” (Sep ’04)
  • “There’s not much of a difference between my position and George Bush’s position” on Iraq. (Jul ’04)
  • Said it was time “to end the embargo with Cuba” because it had “utterly failed in the effort to overthrow Castro.” (Jan ’04)
  • Two weeks after the Iraq war started he said, we “absolutely want to make sure that the troops have sufficient support to be able to win.” (Mar ’03)
  • “I am not opposed to all wars, I’m opposed to dumb wars.” (Oct ’02)
 
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Obama Fact Sheet a Hitler like term

 
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    Among other things since becoming president, Barack Obama has:
    • 20,000 Airstrikes in the President’s First Term Cause Death and Destruction From Iraq to Somalia.
    • Signed the NDAA into law – making it legal to assassinate Americans w/o charge or trial.
    • Initiated, and personally oversees a ‘Secret Kill List’.
    • Waged war on Libya without congressional approval.
    • Started a covert, drone war in Yemen.
    • Escalated the proxy war in Somalia.
    • Escalated the CIA drone war in Pakistan.
    • Maintained a presence in Iraq even after “ending” the war.
    • Sharply escalated the war in Afghanistan.
    • Secretly deployed US special forces to 75 countries.
    Here’s a partial history of Obama’s dealings – listed (roughly) chronologically, most recent first:
    News after Obama was elected to a second term
     

Evergreen Air

 

 

Evergreen Air is a CIA front company for chemtrail operations within the US, based out of Marana Air Park near Tucson Arizona and McMinville Oregon, near Portland.

A major missing piece of a grand conspiracy has been targeted by a drunk pilot. In a small town 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean in Oregon is the center of a major global operation. At a bar in McMinnville, Oregon, an inebriated pilot attempted to impress one of the pretty ladies with tales of his secret mission.

The pilot’s pathetic attempt to portray himself as a Sean Connery or Daniel Craig caused him to (ante up) his importance and spill the secrets of the CIA’s asset Evergreen International Aviation.

The slurred revelations confirmed suspicions that Evergreen (International Aviation) is part of the major crap dump on the planet. Chemtrails made up aluminum, barium and other ingredients contribute to respiratory ills and change the acidity of the soil.

Evergreen works from over a 100 bases and employees 4,500 people. Delford Smith privately owns the company. They admittedly “perform” for the CIA.

Evergreen was given a no contest bid that gave them all the facilities in Marana, Arizona that previously belonged to CIA’s Air America (Pinal Air Park, Arizona).

The security at the Pinal site is said to be as severe as that of Area 51. It is run as a military base where one lost pilot got an armed escort immediately off the operational base. The 10 year pilot said it was nothing like anything he has ever seen.

Evergreen International Aviation brags of their planes that have 7 times the capacity of other fire fighters. One can carry 20,000 galleons. Firefighting … Right … and next we will be told the chem trails are to prevent global warming as millions more are advancing to an early death.

Evergreen International Aviation has exemptions from the law that are advertised on their web site. They can fly anywhere and not stay on a designated route. Has CFR members paved the way? People like Philip Lader and John Wheeler III … they were in a position to do just that.

Evergreen’s public relations (propaganda) spokesman is handled by WPP run by Council on Foreign Relations member Philip Lader. He worked under the present head of the CIA … Leon Panetta as White House deputy of staff under Bill Clinton.

Philip Lader is an “inside” authority on international affairs and business. He is the non-executive Chairman of WPP Group, Senior Adviser to Morgan Stanley International, and a board member for think-tank RAND Corporation. He is also a trustee of UC Rusal (largest aluminum company in the world) the British Museum and St. Paul’s Cathedral Foundation. Ambassador Lader has addressed trans-Atlantic audiences from the U.N.’s General Assembly Hall to state chambers of commerce and local world affairs councils, is a member of Rockefeller’s Council on Foreign Relations.

Philip Lader (CFR) is a key player driving toward world government. In addition to running the Public Relations for Evergreen International Aviation … Lader is a director of UC Rusal, the largest Aluminum producer in the world located in Moscow, Sweden, Italy, and Australia. Nathaniel Rothschild is a big investor.

Eugenic operation of Chemtrails has had the assistance of Mitre a non-profit Corporation that manages the Federal Aviation Administration, Homeland Security, and IRS. (1) The IRS is part of the Federal Reserve which is a major transmission belt driving the conspiracy.

Philip Lader’s fellow Council on Foreign Relations member John P Wheeler III was recently dumped into a land fill in Wilmington, Delaware. Wheeler III was a consultant to Mitre the non profit corporation with jurisdictional advice over the Federal Aviation Administration’s flight patterns.

Was John P. Wheeler III to sentimental for the killing underway? And got murdered by the Company?

The CIA is the enforcement arm of the Council on Foreign Relations

Mitre is conveniently located in McLean,Virginia home of the CIA.

Thanks to the drunken pilot and his loose lips … the Free People of the world can focus on the criminals who are poisoning our air and our water.

Facebook Stock Scam

If you have been watching TV or reading the blogs the big news has been around the facebook IPO scandal. Facebook recently went public and many people are angry over the fact that the stock has dropped in the last week. The stock started out at 38 dollars, and dropped down the 31 dollars in the first 3 days. With many people in panic, billions has been lost and many people are looking for answers as to why this happened. I knew from the beginning that shorting that stock was the only way of investing into facebooks IPO. But the question is why did i know that, while hedge fund managers who were overseeing 100 million dollars didn’t? All of those questions are going to be answered plus more so stick around.

Insiders In, Outsiders Out

If you have ever been to a nightclub, you would know that security stands outside waiting to let people in the door. The only people who get in are those who look good, and have swag. Facebook’s IPO was no different because the only people who could invest when it was in the 20$ range were the insiders. To be able to invest into facebook before the public got a chance at it, many banks would only let you invest unless you had 500k. The bar was set so high that only those who have money were able to have a quick payday with facebook. When google became public and had an IPO of 85$, it went up to 100$ within the first day. Everybody was able to get in on google since it was a what we call in the investing world a dutch auction. This means that a public offering auction structure in which the price of the offering is set after taking in all bids and determining the highest price at which the total offering can be sold. In this type of auction, investors place a bid for the amount they are willing to buy in terms of quantity and price.

Facebook is Shady

While i have a facebook myself, i don’t trust the company to do the right thing. That’s one of the reasons why i wont upload any of my photos to facebook, and give them any of my personal information. I knew from facebook’s history they would try some shady stuff when it came to the IPO. Mark Zuckerberg sold most of his shares right as the stock opened at around 37 dollars. Right after the public rushed in and took the loss while facebook and the insiders laughed all the way to the bank. Another red flag were the people signing off on the IPO were Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley. To think of a gang of a worse people who have been involved in more fraud then these 2 companies doesn’t cross my mind.

Lessons To Be Taken Away

You always have to be weary when an IPO comes out if your investing into stocks. Personally i don’t invest into stocks, but for those that do need to be cautious of anything like this. A safer way to invest has always been passive income, so look towards that rather then betting on a capital gains returns.

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