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Barstow, CA

Pisgah Crater

Thanks for the link. He's been right on target with many other findings. Had me a little worried there.  (Jul 27, 2011 | post #3)

Needles, CA

Pisgah Crater

Has anyone heard anything on the local news about what is spewing from Pisgah Crater as of July 23? http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=kiCZK jWZkx4&feature =player_embedded#a t=114  (Jul 26, 2011 | post #1)

Barstow, CA

Pisgah Crater

Has anyone heard anything on the local news about what is spewing out of Pisgah Crater as of July 23? http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=kiCZK jWZkx4&feature =player_embedded#a t=114  (Jul 26, 2011 | post #1)

Mayfield, KY

Church of Christ

http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=EQLD5 9fK_Iw What do you think of this? Honestly does it raise some questions for anyone?  (Aug 25, 2010 | post #26)

Mayfield, KY

Request Denied for mosque

Do you all not see that you are being blindsided by our own government? How ironic that all of the hoopla about mosques just started within the last few weeks and started in New York... Where the twin towers were taken down. #1 creates angry mobs of people who hate muslims because of 9/11 when apparently it was.... oh yeah Al Quida. #2 Iran is working hard to get their first atomic power plant up and running, but dammit our government wants control over that part of the planet for the oil reserves. #3Russia comes to Iran's aid and supplies them with the much needed nuclear fuel to get the Bushehr plant up and running while we are all here having shit fits about mosques. #3 Our government is keeping us busy while they gather their plans for an attack on Iran because Israel did not attack before the Russians got the fuel there this last weekend. So get ready folks, while you are all squabbling about a mosque, which is exactly what your upstanding government officials want you to do, your son's and daughter's, father's and mother's, etc, etc, etc, are being prepared for an all out war with Iran. Why do you think we are still in Afghanistan? It's been 9 years. Either our military really sucks or they're not coming home for a while.... a long while. So be good, stay pissed off long enough to get the war started, because the gov needs your backup and approval when they strike, and they'll get it because you are pissed about the mosques and those horrible muslims. Such good Christians. Judge not lest ye be judged. Sorry to break the news to ya.. but this shit IS in your back yard.  (Aug 24, 2010 | post #49)

Mayfield, KY

Request Denied for mosque

Food for thought... Good Luck http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=EQLD5 9fK_Iw  (Aug 24, 2010 | post #46)

Mayfield, KY

Request Denied for mosque

LOL! Have you forgotten where the bible originated? Hmmmm.... the middle east. What a surprise that scripture is in there.  (Aug 24, 2010 | post #43)

Mayfield, KY

Empowerment — Not Fear

“… Financiers were, in reality, no more than bookies in Brooks Brothers clothing.” The Trends Journal • Summer 2010 Empowerment — Not Fear With every passing quarter, Empire America diggs its own grave deeper. A conspiracy theorist might make a case that evil forces bent upon America’s demise are deliberately pursuing policies to that end. But since I am not a conspiracy theorist, I am forced to conclude that the spectrum of destructive acts-in-progress is the handiwork of the power-mad and greed-driven interested only in themselves and therefore either blind or indifferent to the consequences of their actions. This issue of the Trends Journal® may appear to be America-centric, but since the US is, by far, the dominant economic and military Superpower, its demise and the subsequent power vacuum created by it will be so dramatic that virtually noplace on earth will be immune to its effects. The purpose of the Trends Journal® is to alert, inform, instruct and empower our readers. This issue is focused mainly on macro financial and military trends and how they are being (and will continue to be) manipulated. Our intention is to enable our readers to recognize the Grand Scam, navigate through it and not be victimized by it – the sure fate of those who smoke the “optimism opium” pushed by media shills for their power-mad and greed-driven masters. In essence, this Trends Journal® is a lesson in Close Combat martial arts: attack the attacker. Action is faster than reaction. The same holds true for the future. You, our readers, know the future is coming. Attack it before it attacks you! We consider Trends Journal® subscribers to be members of the select “20 Percent Party” — that slice of the public that shows itself capable of questioning authority and thinking independently. The Renaissance that is poised to follow the fall of Empire America — and the attendant global chaos — will happen only if there is a resurgence of the human spirit and a rediscovery of its divine purpose. Prepare! Take action! Spread the word! Gerald Celente Publisher www.trendsresearch .com  (Jul 26, 2010 | post #1)

Mayfield, KY

Fight Washington Curruption

I completely agree with your input about voting. I think we need to make a clean sweep of the greedy uncaring Senators and other culprits in Washington that are ruining America and our right to life, liberty and the right to pursue happiness... how many are now doing that????? Here's a quote I can't get out of my head: "Who, other than government, could pull off such a stunt — issuing IOUs to be paid when convenient? Taxpayers and borrowers who are unable to meet their obligations lose houses, have paychecks garnished and assets seized. Students, saddled with massive loans (often $100,000 or more), earning meager wages or unemployed — and prevented from declaring bankruptcy by the prolender federal law — become indentured servants." “… Financiers were, in reality, no more than bookies in Brooks Brothers clothing.” The Trends Journal • Summer 2010 Empowerment — Not Fear With every passing quarter, Empire America diggs its own grave deeper. A conspiracy theorist might make a case that evil forces bent upon America’s demise are deliberately pursuing policies to that end. But since I am not a conspiracy theorist, I am forced to conclude that the spectrum of destructive acts-in-progress is the handiwork of the power-mad and greed-driven interested only in themselves and therefore either blind or indifferent to the consequences of their actions. This issue of the Trends Journal® may appear to be America-centric, but since the US is, by far, the dominant economic and military Superpower, its demise and the subsequent power vacuum created by it will be so dramatic that virtually noplace on earth will be immune to its effects. The purpose of the Trends Journal® is to alert, inform, instruct and empower our readers. This issue is focused mainly on macro financial and military trends and how they are being (and will continue to be) manipulated. Our intention is to enable our readers to recognize the Grand Scam, navigate through it and not be victimized by it – the sure fate of those who smoke the “optimism opium” pushed by media shills for their power-mad and greed-driven masters. In essence, this Trends Journal® is a lesson in Close Combat martial arts: attack the attacker. Action is faster than reaction. The same holds true for the future. You, our readers, know the future is coming. Attack it before it attacks you! We consider Trends Journal® subscribers to be members of the select “20 Percent Party” — that slice of the public that shows itself capable of questioning authority and thinking independently. The Renaissance that is poised to follow the fall of Empire America — and the attendant global chaos — will happen only if there is a resurgence of the human spirit and a rediscovery of its divine purpose. Prepare! Take action! Spread the word! Gerald Celente Publisher Trends Journal www.trendsresearch .com  (Jul 26, 2010 | post #5)

Mayfield, KY

Fight Washington Curruption

Hillbilly, Thanks for at least reading the post. Seems there are not enough people here are reading such a complicated post. LOL  (Jul 22, 2010 | post #3)

Mayfield, KY

Store In Mayfield

LOL Where? Surely not anywhere in Mayfield. Bringing in new stores would bring new jobs. How many fast food places do we really need here? It would nice to have something else to do than eat...  (Jul 17, 2010 | post #31)

Mayfield, KY

Store In Mayfield

Sadly TRUE...  (Jul 17, 2010 | post #30)

US News

A Word About Our Media from Gerald Celente, Trends Resear...

Got this today from the Trends Research Institute. It's well worth reading. For more info check out their website: http://www.trendsr esearch.com/index. htm KINGSTON, NY 14 July 2010 — Regardless of topic, not a day goes by without a headline story that uses language that confuses, camouflages, misrepresents, downplays, plays up or otherwise manipulates the subject to support an unspoken agenda. To stay on-trend it is essential to recognize the “weasel words.” These may take the form of a single word, phrase, or a seemingly innocent descriptive paragraph. It is never obvious, nor does it look like propaganda. The weasel words slither by the conscious mind, unperceived, and register only as afterthoughts, throw-a-ways, or conditionals. Here’s an example from yesterday’s news: Bloomberg —Trade Deficit in U.S. Unexpectedly Widened in May. Certainly this headline, to the casual reader, seems straightforward and informative. However, just one word in this very short headline carries a concealed message: “Unexpectedly.” Unexpected by whom? The expectant economists who did not expect it to widen? What about all those individuals who expected the trade deficit to widen? The underlying, unstated assumption is that if their stable of “accredited” authorities did not expect the trade deficit to widen, no one did. If this headline was an isolated instance, this kind of semantic micro-analysis might be dismissed as nit-picking. But when it is the rule rather than the exception, this single word reveals an on-going reliance, particularly by media and government, on a limited number of “experts” whose lack of expertise is revealed in the following headlines: * Orders to US Factories Fall More Than Forecast * Jobless Claims in US Unexpectedly Increased * US Consumer Confidence Declines More Than Estimated * Existing Home Sales Unexpectedly Fell Add to this list the convenient cop-outs, “No One Saw It Coming” and “Worse Than Anticipated” that experts commonly resort to when they didn’t see it coming and/or failed to anticipate developments. This drumbeat of excuses for missed calls and mistaken forecasts covers up the “experts” personal failings while creating the false impression: since they, the experts, were unable to see into the future, no one else could either. The elitism and arrogance concealed within the language was inadvertently expressed by Paul Krugman, economist of record for the self-anointed “paper of record,” The New York Times. “As recently as two years ago, anyone predicting the current [economic] state of affairs (not only is unemployment disastrously high, but most forecasts say that it will stay very high for years) would have been dismissed as a crazy alarmist. Now that the nightmare has become reality …,” Krugman wrote on July 12th. Implicit in Krugman’s words is that no one predicted “the current state of affairs.” As a ranking member of the exclusive “Harvard/Princeton /Yale White Shoe Boy Club, Krugman speaks for his fraternity. Anyone outside it is, a priori, excluded from consideration. What this means is that the White Shoe Boyz stranglehold on the mass media prevents opinion other than their own from being widely aired. Trend Lesson: The purpose of this Trend Alert® is not to show that Celente was right and Krugman & Co. were wrong. Rather it is to provide important lessons and warnings that reach beyond economics. 1. Always take a moment to parse language that may, at first blush, appear dispassionate and informative to uncover its subtle propaganda content. 2. Don’t ever let your guard down. Develop a healthy distrust of “experts” and for what universally passes as authoritative analysis. 3. Don’t be intimidated. If you smell smoke, head for the exit even if they call you a "crazy alarmist." Never forget the voice of authority that told the people fleeing the burning World Trade Center, “The fire in the North Tower is under control – go back to your offices.”  (Jul 15, 2010 | post #1)

Mayfield, KY

Fight Washington Curruption

Over the last two years, corporations and lobbyists have been working overtime to block progressive change in Washington. We've seen insurance companies work to water down health reform; bailed-out bankers lobby to keep bonuses; and now BP is spending more than $30,000 per day to avoid responsibility for the disaster it caused.1 That's what democracy looks like when too many politicians forget to do the people's business. But now we have a way to change that. By making candidates commit to the "Fight Washington Corruption" pledge, we can make sure that, this year, the legislators we elect are ready to work for us. Making government work for people, again, is going to take a huge grassroots effort. Members of Congress won't stop listening to lobbyists and corporate interests until they see a huge groundswell of support for reform. Can you sign the pledge to show Rep. Whitfield that his constituents want politics that put people over corporations? Then ask everyone you know to sign too. http://pol.moveon. org/sfd/ratify/loc al/?id=21638-81961 91-IsfVGux&t=3  (Jul 15, 2010 | post #1)