Friday, December 28, 2007
A lot has happened since this time. The advanced TM-Sidhi program is now also known as Invincible Defense Technology in military circles. I am the Executive Director at the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS). We advocate the use of Invincible Defense Technology by the military to prevent terrorism and war. We have an impressive group of military-related experts at CAMS including retired generals and a former military aide to President Ronald W. Reagan and President George H. Bush."
Some fairly "Heavy Shit" yall!!
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
"Throughout our history and through the enforcement of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, Congress said they would oversee the provisions of 1868 (Fort Laramie Treaty), but they failed to do so. Some minor provisions were kept, but overall the treaty was not honored. Because if the treaty was honored, we would not have this colonial catastrophe of alcoholism, drug abuse and poverty and we wouldn't have the overall high incarceration rate of the male and female in the prison populations. This leads to our children being taking away by Social Services which puts our children out of balance from learning the traditional lifeway."
In the face of the colonial apartheid conditions imposed on Lakota people, the withdrawal from the U.S. Treaties is necessary. These conditions have been devastating:
Lakota men have a life expectancy of less than 44 years, lowest of any country in the World (excluding AIDS) including Haiti.
Lakota death rate is the highest in the United States.
The Lakota infant mortality rate is 300% more than the U.S. Average.
Teenage suicide rate is 150% higher than the U.S national average for this group.
- DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
More than half the Reservation's adults battle addiction and disease.
Alcoholism affects 8 in 10 families.
Indian children incarceration rate 40% higher than whites.
In South Dakota, 21 percent of state prisoners were Native.
Indians have the second largest state prison incarceration rate in the nation.
The Tuberculosis rate on Lakota reservations is approx 800% higher than the U.S national average.
Cervical cancer is 500% higher than the U.S national average.
The rate of diabetes is 800% higher than the U.S national average.
Federal Commodity Food Program provides high sugar foods that kill Native people through diabetes and heart disease.
Median income is approximately $2,600 to $3,500 per year.
97% of our Lakota people live below the poverty line.
Many families cannot afford heating oil, wood or propane and many residents use ovens to heat their homes.
Elderly die each winter from hypothermia (freezing).
1/3 of the homes lack basic clean water and sewage while 40% lack electricty.
60% of Reservation families have no telephone.
60% of housing is infected with potentially fatal black molds.
There is an estimated average of 17 people living in each family home (may only have two to three rooms). Some homes, built for 6 to 8 people, have up to 30 people living in them.
Unemployment rates on our reservations is 85% or higher.
- THREATENED CULTURE
Only 14% of the Lakota population can speak Lakota language.
The language is not being shared inter-generationally, today, the average Lakota speaker is 65 years old.
Our Lakota language is an Endangered Language, on the verge of extinction.
A stunning historical moment!! All Blessings to the Lakota, more to come soon...
Friday, December 14, 2007
It is mutating in a million places while you try and crush one tiny expression of its wilderness.
You are and always will be the children of this wilderness no matter how far into the stars you travel or how many walls you build around yourself and call real.
Why fight yourself?
Stop hurting your mother and your little brothers and sisters and grow the fuck up.
You are an animal that has evolved the neccesary neurophysiology to comprehend the world in a way not possible with the bioelectric hardware your swimming crawling and slithering kinfolk possess, you didnt create that hardware and you never will be able to so fucking recognize the realism.
Lifeforce will not be tamed.
This message is brought to you by reality.
Thursday, December 13, 2007
"We attacked crime immediately, but we knew it would take time to show results. Reducing the number of crimes would not be enough: people had to see improvement. We had to get people to feel safe.
That's how the idea for addressing the squeegee man problem appeared. There were men who would wander up to a car stopped in traffic, spray the windshield, & wipe it down. After the unsolicited "cleaning," the man would request payment.
My belief was that treating small crimes was a way to establish lawful, civil behavior & a feeling of safety. The police chief said we lacked a legal basis to move them as long as they were not threatening drivers or demanding money. I said, how about that they are jaywalking. When they stepped off the curb they violated the law.
Then, in giving them tickets, you could investigate whether there were outstanding warrants & so on.
In under a month, we reduced the problem dramatically. New Yorkers loved it & so did all the visitors who brought money into the city"
Source: Leadership, autobiography by Rudolph Giuliani, p. 41-43 Oct 1, 2002
This is such a classic bait and switch move, yeah its all those guys rubbing a dirty rag on your window that are a threat to your safety, not our maniac police department, crazy ass cabdrivers, or the entrenched paramilitary virus that is todays modern mafia, but fucking homeless people!!
If you vote for this guy you deserve what you get you faux neo-con idiots!
Learn the art of critical thinking, there is absolutely no substitute!!
Here in Washington State we have had some people unafraid and aware enough to actually voice their opinion in a cohesive way against the constant shipments of troops and equipment flowing through Ft Lewis and McChord bases to and from Iraq.
Their idea is simple: by demonstrating in front of the port facilities in Olympia and Tacoma at key times they would slow down the shipments of Stryker vehicles and other supplies enough that other supply routes would have to be used. A bit optimistic Ill admit but fairly benign and completely peaceful.
What do you think the response of the local police was? Citizen integrity awards for all the responsible concerned citizens? Nope rubber bullets and teargas.
Dont forget who works for who officers, I understand doing your job, there are things at my job I dont like doing, that I do because its easier to do them than to come under scrutiny. But there has to be a time where a person takes responsibility for their values also. If it was me that time would come right about when I was asked to fire weapons("lethal" or not) on unarmed citizens obeying the founders of their countries wishes by peacefully gathering to proclaim a public wrongdoing.
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
My blog doesnt have a very wide range of fonts but even a lot of the cooler modern fonts are based off of graff designs. I personally think that graff has been influenced by body art, however that gets me into a chicken/egg quandary I wont try to further elucidate. Which do you think came first?
Friday, December 7, 2007
If you have any questions Ill answer them here or here.
Thursday, December 6, 2007
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
"Afrika Bambaataa is one of the three main originators of break-beat deejaying, and is respectfully known as the "Grandfather" and "Godfather" of Hip Hop Culture as well as The Father of The Electro Funk Sound. Through his co-opting of the street gang the Black Spades into the music and culture-oriented Zulu Nation, he is responsible for spreading rap and hip-hop culture throughout the world. He has consistently made records nationally and internationally, every one to two years, spanning the 1980's into the next Millennium 2000.
Due to his early use of drum machines and computer sounds, Bam (as he is affectionately known) was instrumental in changing the way R&B and other forms of Black music were recorded. His creation of Electro Funk, beginning with his piece "Planet Rock," helped fuel the development of other musical genres such as Freestyle or Latin Freestyle, Miami Bass,Electronica, House, Hip House, and early Techno."
Read much much much more over at http://www.zulunation.com/
Hip-hop's debt to Bam is hard to overstate, He is the Godfather of Hip-hop in a historical/cultural sense that outstrips all other claimants for that title, yes even Tupac.
Peace to All the Gods and the Zulu Nation
The music for this was done by some Outershpongolians , who make a very beautiful racket quite consistently. So far I havent been able to dig up much on James Post who is responsible for the visual component of this, but be assured this isnt the last youve heard from me!!
While Im at it, heres a couple sweet recent links:
Onbeyond Metamedia-NEW MEDIA FUTURE CULTURE WILL DEPEND ON THE QUALITY OF ITS DESIGN. ENGAGING AND INTELLIGENT IDEAS MIXED WITH INTUITIVE AND INSIGHTFUL CONSULTATION. FROM TOPSOIL TO TECHNOLOGY, MULTIMEDIA INTEGRATED WHOLE SYSTEMS WILL BE THE FUTURE SHAPE. FROM EMAIL TO ECOVILLAGES, COMMUNICATION NETWORKS TO PUBLISHING:
DESIGN IS LIFE.
Ode Magazine-interesting site that refers to itself as the online community for intelligent optimists! Which avoids being an oxymoron when looked at in the long-term evolutionary sense! =)