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mural03t.jpgHere are a couple of the murals (there are fifteen) that are part of a very odd mural pictorial at the Denver airport. Maybe you’ve seen these in person?

The individual pieces are really grotesque and I can’t imagine why anyone would have these in a public place UNLESS there is some deeper meaning behind them. What do you think?

This site offers another insight into the murals with more pictures and another viewpoint.

Here’s another site where you can view largermural01t.jpg photos of the murals.

This site provides an in-depth interpretation of the murals and their symbolism (Masonic) and how they apply to the New World Order.

Another site looking into the murals along with letters sent to the Denver Airport.

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The acceptance and justification of U.S. police brutality these days is stunning, to say the least.

Now U.S. police forces – the Border Patrol – are lobbing tear gas and pepper spray over U.S./Mexico borders at the Mexican people. The Border Patrol says it’s justified because it protects them from rocks and broken bottles that are thrown at them. I say hogwash; it’s pure NWO police brutality.

Mexico criticizes US for firing tear gas across border

Saturday, 12 January 2008
Sun MediaMEXICO CITY – Mexico’s government criticized the U.S. Border Patrol for firing tear gas into Mexican territory, a new tactic that U.S. authorities say protects agents against rocks and other projectiles hurled at them from across the border.

U.S. agents fired three canisters of tear gas or pepper spray Friday into the Tijuana neighborhood of Colonia Libertad, the latest of several counterattacks in recent months, according to U.S. and Mexican authorities. Two canisters exploded, but no one was injured.

Mexico’s Foreign Relations Department said it would investigate the incidents, which it called “unnecessary, unacceptable and out of place.”

“The Mexican government fervently rejects these types of measure that affect Mexican nationals,” the department said in a statement, adding that it would seek to resolve the situation through dialogue.

James Jacques, a Border Patrol spokesman in San Diego, said U.S. authorities would welcome an opportunity to meet with Mexican counterparts “to stop the violence and make the border safer.”

The Border Patrol has defended the use of tear gas and other weapons, saying its agents are increasingly targeted from across the border with objects such as bottles, bricks and rocks – sometimes wrapped in cloth and lit on fire.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 12 January 2008 )

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By Dr. Ellen Hodgson Brown

Global Research, January 12, 2008
In the latest escalation of tensions with Iran, on January 5, 2008 five Iranian patrol boats surrounded three U.S. ships in the Strait of Hormuz, coming within a “threatening” 200 meters. A voice with a thick accent then said in English, “I am coming at you – you will explode in a couple of minutes.” The U.S. ships prepared to strike, when the patrol boats backed off. That is how the Pentagon told it, but Iranians have questioned where the threatening voice came from, and Pentagon officials have admitted that they could not confirm that it came directly from the Iranian crews involved. They have also admitted that the voice and the video film were recorded separately, adding to the mysterious circumstances. 1

Skeptical observers might think that the two countries were being goaded into World War III – either that, or that someone wanted to convince American viewers that Iran indeed remained a threat, despite a recent National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) finding that the country is not engaged in a nuclear weapons program as formerly alleged. Before President George W. Bush left for his Middle East visit on January 8, he told the Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot, “Part of the reason I’m going to the Middle East is to make it abundantly clear to nations in that part of the world that we view Iran as a threat, and that the NIE in no way lessens that threat.” 2 Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) said in a recent MSNBC news broadcast that there is still a “great possibility” of nuclear action against Iran. The target has just shifted from nuclear power plants to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, which has been declared a terrorist organization. Paul said, “[T]here are still quite a few neoconservatives who want to go after Iran under these unbelievable conditions.” 3

The question is, why? One popular theory holds that the push for war is all about oil; but many countries have oil, and we don’t normally invade them to get their assets. Why go to war for Iran’s oil when we can just buy it?

Continue reading the story here.

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Let’s see if I can think of all the areas but I’m sure I’ll miss something…

The Department of Homeland Security (the biggest misnomer there ever was) has U.S. citizens covered with:

  • closed circuit cameras installed at every corner,
  • turning satellites on the people,
  • people taking pictures of your front door,
  • people watching you as you walk around airports,
  • your neighbors spying on you,
  • wanting to biochip the hell out of you,
  • wanting your DNA and body fluids too,
  • accessing all your medical and dental records at any time for any reason,
  • carrying real weapons and tasers to kill and/or incapacitate you when you don’t respond the way that they desire you to respond,
  • and uprooting people from their homes to take their property in the name of the ‘war on terror,’ and ‘homeland security’.

Well, guess what!? Now they have LEXID! This is like a sci-fi novel or movie gone bad!!!

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LEXID is being touted as a Neighborhood Network Watch group’s best friend! The article is written to appeal to any dingleberry dumb enough to fall for it using such lame and seemingly innocuous introductions to LEXID like,

“Take the lobster. Here you have a crustacean with an amazingly miniscule brain, yet this creature is able to “see” through walls of dense water obscured by silt and sand…[…] This is some eye-opening stuff.”

The real intent is revealed in the last lines of the article in which the device is to “see directly through buildings and into businesses, people’s homes, and coverings that may conceal wireless routers as well as to allow a more precise locational awareness.” Talk about setting the real predators loose! Whoa boy!

So, if you think that you can escape from the camera, the satellite, your neighbor, the taser or the bullet, think again! LEXID WILL find you!

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map.jpgThe United States is now a code black country – no/to little statutory protection, no/to little privacy enforcement and an enforcer of identity cards, biometrics and heavy visual surveillance – according to Privacy International‘s recently released report. We ARE the police country that everyone feared would come about soon.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

  • No right to privacy in constitution, though search and seizure protections exist in 4th Amendment; case law on government searches has considered new technology
  • No comprehensive privacy law, many sectoral laws; though tort of privacy
  • FTC continues to give inadequate attention to privacy issues, though issued self-regulating privacy guidelines on advertising in 2007
  • State-level data breach legislation has proven to be useful in identifying faults in security
  • REAL-ID and biometric identification programs continue to spread without adequate oversight, research, and funding structures
  • Extensive data-sharing programs across federal government and with private sector
  • Spreading use of CCTV
  • Congress approved presidential program of spying on foreign communications over U.S. networks, e.g. Gmail, Hotmail, etc.; and now considering immunity for telephone companies, while government claims secrecy, thus barring any legal action
  • No data retention law as yet, but equally no data protection law
  • World leading in border surveillance, mandating trans-border data flows
  • Weak protections of financial and medical privacy; plans spread for ‘rings of steel’ around cities to monitor movements of individuals
  • Democratic safeguards tend to be strong but new Congress and political dynamics show that immigration and terrorism continue to leave politicians scared and without principle
  • Lack of action on data breach legislation on the federal level while REAL-ID is still compelled upon states has shown that states can make informed decisions
  • Recent news regarding FBI biometric database raises particular concerns as this could lead to the largest database of biometrics around the world that is not protected by strong privacy law

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by Allen L Roland

http://www.opednews.com

America ceased to be free when it replaced Democracy, responsibility and true freedom with security and then exported it to countries like Pakistan under the guise of Democracy thus beginning the slow descent to a plutocracy and total loss of freedom. Bhutto’s assassination is dramatic evidence of this : Allen L Roland

Make no mistake about it, Pakistan is far more valuable to the Cheney/Bush administration as a non democratic state under the dictatorship of Musharraf than a democratic state under the possible rule of the recently assassinated Benazir Bhutto.

And don’t rule out the role of the CIA in Bhutto’s death two months before her death, former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto sent an e-mail to her U.S. adviser and longtime friend, saying that if she were killed, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf would bear some of the blame. http://snipurl.com/1vy7r

And Musharraf never faced a serious demand from the Bush administration to protect Bhutto. http://www.middle-east-online-com/english/?id=23712

Witness the police abandoned Security Posts Before Bhutto was assassinated and here are two dramatic photographs from a video that captured the suspected assassin of Pakistan’s Benazir Bhutto as he aimed his pistol and fired ~ the most dramatic image clearly shows the hand of the assassin raised with a hand gun firing point-blank at Bhutto as she stood through the sun roof of the car leading her from a rally in Rawalpindi. Read – and see – the latest now on WND.com. http://wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE ID=59438

Nothing will stand in the way of the implementation of the Cheney/Bush neocon global agenda and certainly not a democratic and free Pakistan for the greatest enemy of the Cheney/Bush administration is the people’s will and the truth.

Look for the Cheney/Bush administration to soon move troops into Pakistan to protect their Nukes under the guise of the War on Terror while the Musharraf government blames Bhutto’s death on Al-Qaida.

Sir Edward Gibbon sums up the consequences for a nation when they substitute security for responsibility. In the end, more than they wanted freedom, they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life, and they lost it all ~ security, comfort, and freedom. When … the freedom they wished for was freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free.” Sir Edward Gibbon (1737-1794)

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Allen L Roland is a practicing psychotherapist, author and lecturer who also shares a daily political and social commentary on his weblog and website allenroland.com He also guest hosts a monthly national radio show TRUTHTALK on Conscious talk radio www.conscioustalk.net

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rfidfore.jpgI now read that Mexico will begin enforcing that all Central Americans must get an RFID-ID card. Of course, this is all part of the North American Union plan and the elitist’ desire to control the world and the people (its’ slaves) in it.

But as Brent Jessop points out in his article “The Envy of Stalin,” in part 2 of his three part series The North American Union ID, collection of information has already begun, all over the world, and at the rate that it is being collected we may as well just open our doors and allow them to install video cameras into all our rooms so as to make their work much easier…

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