Monday, November 06, 2006

3D Cockroaches and Pan-Dimensional Gods

I believe that our consciousness goes somewhere when we die, I don't know where, and I don't need a church to feel that way, I'm not religious, but I'm what you call an Agnostic Theist, look it up, if our consciousness doesn't go anywhere when we die, then what's the point, I find it hard to believe that we are a freak accident of nature on the planet earth that revolves around the sun, which revolves around a supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy, which is accelerating still, towards the edge of universe and out from the mysterious center of the universe. Past the edge of the universe there is chaos, and right before it there are objects they say that are made of 11 dimensional matter, we are 3 dimensional, I am convinced that time is the fourth dimension and we can't perceive it cause we are only 3d, we know it's there and we all experience time differently, therefore it must be the fourth dimension, and I heard something clever that I'll get to in a minute. I believe that there are these beings of pan-dimensional matter, I don't know how many dimensions, maybe 4 maybe 11, I don't know. If they exist, they are the gods, or god. And if they exist, why do they not reveal themselves, this is why: Have you ever tried to explain yourself to a cockroach???? No, you haven't. And why not?? Because the cockroach wouldn't understand, it's like that with these beings, they are so much more advanced than us they can't reveal or explain themselves because even though they may not be evil, to them we are cockroaches and we can't understand in this lifetime...

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Goodbye Jasmyne

I will miss you, you have a beautiful heart, I'll never forget the day I met you in ninth grade health class and embarassed you, I didn't mean to, I just had a crush on you, I'll never forget the time we had together and I'll never forget what you mean to me and what I meant to you, you have made me appreciate life even more, and every day I will cherish now ten times more than before, goodbye to you, I love you and everyone who knew you well loved you in some way, thank you for the time you gave to me, and goodbye...


Monday, October 23, 2006

Suspension of Habeas Corpus, Hope You Like Black Bags

The new military commissions act now allows our fucking government to do some serious shit. Those of you who have seen V for Vendetta, well, guess what...Creedy and his black bags are now legal in the USA (United Suppression of Americans). I'm really freaked out by this, something has to be done, and if you have any decency whatsoever, you will read every inch of what's on this page because this is the most serious thing anyone has ever posted, I am not fucking joking, this is sick and fucking scary and it's that simple, the whole bill is 38 pages, here are the three that I found scariest and here is the link to the Military Commissions Act. This is not waiting to be voted on, it has fucking passed.

S. 3930
The authority to establish military commissions under chapter
47A of title 10, United States Code, as added by section 3(a),
may not be construed to alter or limit the authority of the President
under the Constitution of the United States and laws of the United
States to establish military commissions for areas declared to be
under martial law or in occupied territories should circumstances
so require.
‘‘§ 948b. Military commissions generally
‘‘(a) PURPOSE.—This chapter establishes procedures governing
the use of military commissions to try alien unlawful enemy combatants
engaged in hostilities against the United States for violations
of the law of war and other offenses triable by military commission.
CHAPTER.—The President is authorized to establish military
commissions under this chapter for offenses triable by military
commission as provided in this chapter.

‘‘§ 948c. Persons subject to military commissions
‘‘Any alien unlawful enemy combatant is subject to trial by
military commission under this chapter.

‘‘§ 948a. Definitions
‘‘In this chapter:
‘‘(1) UNLAWFUL ENEMY COMBATANT.—(A) The term ‘unlawful
enemy combatant’ means—
‘‘(i) a person who has engaged in hostilities or who
has purposefully and materially supported hostilities
against the United States or its co-belligerents who is
not a lawful enemy combatant (including a person who
is part of the Taliban, al Qaeda, or associated forces);
‘‘(ii) a person who, before, on, or after the date of
the enactment of the Military Commissions Act of 2006,
has been determined to be an unlawful enemy combatant
by a Combatant Status Review Tribunal or another competent
tribunal established under the authority of the
President or the Secretary of Defense.
‘‘(B) CO-BELLIGERENT.—In this paragraph, the term ‘cobelligerent’,
with respect to the United States, means any State
or armed force joining and directly engaged with the United
States in hostilities or directly supporting hostilities against
a common enemy.

(a) IN GENERAL.—No person may invoke the Geneva Conventions
or any protocols thereto in any habeas corpus or other civil
action or proceeding to which the United States, or a current
or former officer, employee, member of the Armed Forces, or other
agent of the United States is a party as a source of rights in
any court of the United States or its States or territories.
S. 3930—33

(A) As provided by the Constitution and by this section,
the President has the authority for the United States to
interpret the meaning and application of the Geneva
Conventions and to promulgate higher standards and
administrative regulations for violations of treaty obligations
which are not grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions.
(B) The President shall issue interpretations described
by subparagraph (A) by Executive Order published in the
Federal Register.
(C) Any Executive Order published under this paragraph
shall be authoritative (except as to grave breaches
of common Article 3) as a matter of United States law,
in the same manner as other administrative regulations.
(D) Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect
the constitutional functions and responsibilities of Congress
and the judicial branch of the United States.

‘‘(e)(1) No court, justice, or judge shall have jurisdiction to
hear or consider an application for a writ of habeas corpus filed
by or on behalf of an alien detained by the United States who
has been determined by the United States to have been properly
detained as an enemy combatant or is awaiting such determination.
‘‘(2) Except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3) of section
1005(e) of the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005 (10 U.S.C. 801
note), no court, justice, or judge shall have jurisdiction to hear
or consider any other action against the United States or its agents
relating to any aspect of the detention, transfer, treatment, trial,
or conditions of confinement of an alien who is or was detained
by the United States and has been determined by the United
States to have been properly detained as an enemy combatant
or is awaiting such determination.’’.

‘‘§ 950i. Execution of sentence; procedures for execution of
sentence of death
‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of Defense is authorized to
carry out a sentence imposed by a military commission under this
chapter in accordance with such procedures as the Secretary may
BY THE PRESIDENT.—If the sentence of a military commission under
this chapter extends to death, that part of the sentence providing
for death may not be executed until approved by the President.
In such a case, the President may commute, remit, or suspend
the sentence, or any part thereof, as he sees fit.
a military commission under this chapter extends to death, the
sentence may not be executed until there is a final judgment as
to the legality of the proceedings (and with respect to death,
approval under subsection (b)).

Tuesday, October 17, 2006


So, we started the war in Iraq cause Saddam had something to do with 9/11 right? And he had weapons of mass destruction right? Hmmm, turns out that it wasn't true, so tell me why have we murdered approximately 511,965 Iraqi's since 2003, the end of major operations in Iraq. How in the lamb of god can we justify what we have done out there, I'm ashamed right now. We need to get these sick murderous bastards out of office, they are disgusting. That's all I have to say, here's the article.

Updated Iraq Survey Affirms Earlier Mortality Estimates

As many as 654,965 more Iraqis may have died since hostilities began in Iraq in March 2003 than would have been expected under pre-war conditions, according to a survey conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Al Mustansiriya University in Baghdad. The deaths from all causes--violent and non-violent--are over and above the estimated 143,000 deaths per year that occurred from all causes prior to the March 2003 invasion.

The estimates were derived from a nationwide household survey of 1,849 households throughout Iraq conducted between May and July 2006. The results are consistent with the findings of an October 2004 study of Iraq mortality conducted by the Hopkins researchers. Also, the findings closely reflect the increased mortality trends reported by other organizations that utilized passive methods of counting mortality, such as counting bodies in morgues or deaths reported by the news media. The study is published in the October 12, 2006, online edition of the peer-reviewed scientific journal, The Lancet.

"As we found with our previous survey, the majority of deaths in Iraq are due to violence--although we also saw a small increase in deaths from non-violent causes, such as heart disease, cancer and chronic illness. Gunshots were the primary cause of violent deaths. To put these numbers in context, deaths are occurring in Iraq now at a rate more than three times that from before the invasion of March 2003," said Gilbert Burnham, MD, PhD, lead author of the study and co-director of the Bloomberg School's Center for Refugee and Disaster Response. "Our total estimate is much higher than other mortality estimates because we used a population-based, active method for collecting mortality information rather than passive methods that depend on counting bodies or tabulated media reports of violent deaths. Though the numbers differ, the trend in increasing numbers of deaths closely follows that measured by the U.S. Defense Department and the Iraq Body Count group."

Key points of the study include:

* Estimated 654,965 additional deaths in Iraq between March 2003 and July 2006
* Majority of the additional deaths (91.8 percent) caused by violence
* Males aged 15-44 years accounted for 59 percent of post-invasion violent deaths
* About half of the households surveyed were uncertain who was responsible for the death of a household member
* The proportion of deaths attributed to coalition forces diminished in 2006 to 26 percent. Between March 2003 and July 2006, households attributed 31 percent of deaths to the coalition
* Mortality data from the 2006 study reaffirms 2004 estimates by Hopkins researchers and mirrors upward trends measured by other organizations
* Researchers recommend establishment of an international body to calculate mortality and monitor health of people living in all regions affected by conflict

The mortality survey used well-established and scientifically proven methods for measuring mortality and disease in populations. These same survey methods were used to measure mortality during conflicts in the Congo, Kosovo, Sudan and other regions. For the Iraq study, data were collected from 47 randomly selected clusters of 40 households each. At each household selected, trained Iraqi surveyors collected data on the number of births and deaths that occurred in the household between January 1, 2002, and June 30, 2006. To be considered a household member, the deceased had to have lived in the home at least three months prior to death. When interviewers asked to see a death certificate at households reporting a death, it was presented in 92 percent of instances. The survey recorded 1,474 births and 629 deaths among 12,801 people surveyed. The data were then applied to the 26.1 million Iraqis living in the survey area.

While the survey collected information on the manner of death, the study did not examine the circumstances of the death, such as whether the deceased was actively involved in armed combat, terrorism, criminal activity or caught in the middle of the conflict. The study outlines other limitations of the survey method, including the hazards of collecting data during a conflict.

The results from the new study closely match the finding of the group's October 2004 mortality survey. The earlier study, also published in The Lancet, estimated over 100,000 additional deaths from all causes had occurred in Iraq from March 2003 to August 2004. When data from the new study were examined, it estimated 112,000 deaths for the same time period of the 2004 study. The new survey also found that the number of deaths attributed to coalition forces had declined in 2006, though overall households attributed 31 percent of deaths to the coalition. Responsibility could not be attributed in 45 percent of the violent deaths.

According to the researchers, the overall rate of mortality in Iraq since March 2003 is 13.3 deaths per 1,000 persons per year compared to 5.5 deaths per 1,000 persons per year prior to March 2003. This amounts to about 2.5 percent of Iraqi's population having died as a consequence of the war. To put the 654,000 deaths in context with other conflicts, the authors note that during the Vietnam War an estimated 3 million civilians died overall; the Congo conflict was responsible for 3.8 million deaths; and recent estimates are that 200,000 have died in Darfur over the past 31 months.

"Mortality after the 2003 invasion of Iraq: a cross-sectional cluster sample survey" was written by Gilbert Burnham, Riyadh Lafta, Shannon Doocy and Les Roberts.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Wish I Had More To Say Right Now, That's A Beautiful Beer Can Tower Though


Maybe I'm just lazy, but I needed to post something so I would definitely recommend consistently checking every day, the crazy shit I see on there lately has been blowing my fucking mind lately, I just can't believe the crazy shit that's been happening lately. And, besides this, do me a favor and post anything that you find in the next month, on, that is completely insane. This is how I'm going to figure out what to do with this site, I need to see who is still listening. NOW, OBEY DIRECTOR GENERAL!!!!!!(by the way, that beer can tower went almost all the way to the ceiling, empty beers, not full ones.)


Thursday, June 22, 2006

I Was Right, As Usual

Didn't I say something about this a while back, ummmm, yeah I did. Here it is, read it, go ahead, I dare you. I wasn't sure I believed it then, and now I'm sure that I don't believe it.

Monday, September 19, 2005
I guess we still don't really know

But here's some good information about the relations of intense hurricanes and current trends to or not to global warming. The conclusion that they come to here is interesting, "We conclude that global data indicate a 30-year trend toward more frequent intense tropical cyclones. This trend is not inconsistent with recent climate model simulations that a doubling of CO2 may increase the frequency of the most intense cyclones, although attribution of the 30-year trends to global warming would require a longer global data record and, especially a deeper understanding of the role of hurricanes in the general circulation of the atmosphere and ocean, even in the present climate state." For those of you that don't want to read the whole page, here is the other important part "When taken as a whole, the pattern appears to be better characterized as being dominated by active and inactive periods that oscillate through time, rather than being one that indicates a temporal trend. This characterization is one that does not fit so well with the concept that hurricanes are becoming more intense because of increases in atmospheric CO2." There is still not enough proof here, "While the impacts of the currently active hurricane period are being felt especially hard in the United States, there remains no scientific proof that human contributions to an enhanced greenhouse effect are the root cause."


Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Possibly Mortally Wounded, Or Perhaps Fatally Ill


Okay, so I haven't been updating much lately, I need some help from you guys so that I keep Illicit Darkness alive, for she has fallen ill. I need some help saving her, so if you would, find something you wanna talk about and post it, please, before it's too late.


Thursday, April 06, 2006

V (the Revolution), The Chancellor (GW Bush)!! So Here it is, V For Vendetta=A for Anarchy.


Okay, so, I thought that V For Vendetta was going to suck ass, but I decided to go see it simply because, well, I'm not really sure why. Although, subconsciously I would guess that it had to do with the V in the trailers.

Now I thought, at the time, that maybe I had been reading into this too much, but if you turn the V symbol upside down, and put a line through it, what is it now?
That's right folks it's an anarchy symbol, I have to say, anyone who has not seen this movie, needs to do so, those of you that are on the level will understand why this movie is so important, and to get you to do it, when I thought I was reading into it too much, I was very wrong. The political implications in this movie are absolutely phenomenal, I was in shock and awe by how much this movie could scare me if this were to happen in real life, and with the new federal ID's in 2008, we're well on our way to full government, or I should say dictatorial control. The movie reminded me of what Brazil would have been with a different ending. We gotta do something about this country before we amass the level of government that the world of Brazil and V for Vendetta has fallen prey to. See this fucking movie, asap...


Wednesday, January 25, 2006



This is a test, this is only a test.


Thursday, January 19, 2006

Jesus F[CBDG]CKING Christ, have I been dead?


Yeah, don't have much to say today, just wanted everyone to know I'm still alive, business as usual, I hope to begin ranting about politics again some time soon, until then, sit and spin


Friday, October 28, 2005

On Stephen Colbert


This guy is freakin hillarious, he tackles all of the issues that have been pissing me off and now I'm laughing about them, or maybe crying, I can't really tell which. I knew this show was gonna kick ass and it has massively exceeded my expectations, everyone should watch the Colbert Report (it's french bitch) every day, and check out the website here.


Saturday, October 22, 2005

Watching it burn

I have noticed, as I'm sure many of you have, that the world seems to be rearing up to voice extreme discontent at the environmental disregard we greasy monkeys seem to have. I don't know about any of you, but the rash of severe "natural" disasters over the past months seem to me a clear, pissed-right-off warning from whatever cosmic or natural force it is that keeps this earth spinning: "QUIT FUCKING WITH MY SHIT!"

It shouldn't surprise me that the automotive and petroleum industries have felt a bit of a squeeze, and have tried to pawn themselves off as "emission-reduced"or "enviro-(blank)", but the enormous push in television and print media has me a bit aghast. Not to mention that President Bush virtually flat denies the reality of global warming (as with most other realities) which doesn't exactly sell the dire situation the world is in to his leagues of gas-guzzling, aerosol spraying, cigarette-puffing followers. No, according to the Church of Dubya we are entitled to wrest from the loins of this earth whatever offspring might cozy up our existence. Never mind anybody else who might have to survive amongst the table scraps of our excesses. They'll figure it out. There's always been enough gas to go around. They'll be fine.

Folks, the world is screaming at us, and systematically killing us off. I say, rightly so. It has survived for thousands, no, millions of years. Ice ages. What makes anybody think that our unique brand of slash and burn has been going unnoticed, or that the world would support that behaviour long? What really pisses me off is that while I don't own a car, take rides from others as infrequently as possible, walk or take a trolley bus everywhere, DO NOT USE AEROSOL, do not buy products that I can't recycle, my line of decendants and myself will live to suffer punishments intended largely for others. Pricks.

Remember "Waterworld"? Kevin Costner? Webbed feet? Sure it's a movie, but how far off the truth do you think that environ was? How long do you think it took people to learn how to "recycle" their own urine? How many mouthfuls of warm piss do you think it took to get it right? The idea of reducing those who remain on the earth to that sort of level nauseates me. It's all too feasible.

Who has kept count of deaths from overly severe natural disasters? Hurricaine season in the south is well known, as are tsunami and earthquake seasons in Asia, yet every instance of these this year have been unprecedented. Bolts rattling, careening out of control - how bad can it get? Well, consider this: the level it's at has never been seen before. At this point, I don't think we even have a proper scale for "bad".

Everybody out of the pool.

Friday, October 21, 2005

419 Fraud

I found an interesting article on the Nigerian 419 Fraud scams, if you aren't familiar with these read the article anyway, it's an interview with a guy from Nigeria that used to participate in these scams, it's pretty f[CBDG]d up how complicated, yet simple these scams are, the article gets especially interesting toward the end of the last page when they start talking about the people stationed here in the US that get paid to threaten and watch the people that are the "victims" of these scams.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

I'm Too Frustrated I Need a Break


Maybe something like this would help me to relax.