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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    When people came asking for help they were treated like Jews who died from torture, disease, and gas?

    Doesn't sound like hyperbole in the least bit Ax
    Conditions were probably slightly less intensive than that.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    Conditions were probably slightly less intensive than that.
    I know everyone compares everything to Hitler, but I think it's pretty devaluing to what people actually went through to say annoying crap like that. We went to FEMA for help and it was like a concentration camp makes me think that whoever said that doesn't know what the hell a concentration camp is and probably should not be in part of an actual article about the conditions. Sounds like poor journalism in my opinion. I have a neighbor who I love but is highly special needs. You wouldn't interview him about conditions at a place. Not that the guy interviewed was that way, but clearly he has no idea what the **** he is talking about. Sounds like the author was LOOKING for someone to help him make his point and at best he found someone. Not exactly something a good author would do.

    I just had to dig my car out of 9 inches of snow in my driveway...so I know exactly what it felt like to be a Japanese citizen in Nagasaki on Aug. 9th, 1945!

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    I know everyone compares everything to Hitler, but I think it's pretty devaluing to what people actually went through to say annoying crap like that. We went to FEMA for help and it was like a concentration camp makes me think that whoever said that doesn't know what the hell a concentration camp is and probably should not be in part of an actual article about the conditions. Sounds like poor journalism in my opinion. I have a neighbor who I love but is highly special needs. You wouldn't interview him about conditions at a place. Not that the guy interviewed was that way, but clearly he has no idea what the **** he is talking about. Sounds like the author was LOOKING for someone to help him make his point and at best he found someone. Not exactly something a good author would do.

    I just had to dig my car out of 9 inches of snow in my driveway...so I know exactly what it felt like to be a Japanese citizen in Nagasaki on Aug. 9th, 1945!

    They were comparing it to a concentration camp....not "Hitlers" camps.

    Its nothing to do with journalism, people get interviewed and have their say. Obviously, your going to get different opinions of the experience, and in journalism you will find bias to selectively find those to fit a certain criteria. Regardless, its still interviews from direct experiences....if you want to know the experience in more detail, this article was sourced from Reuters http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...8A90BV20121110

    I personally think that FEMA should be abolished anyways, anything federal is incompetent and overpriced. Funds should be allocated within the local community or state and contingency plans should be a responsibility of the local governments/people themselves.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    They were comparing it to a concentration camp....not "Hitlers" camps.

    Its nothing to do with journalism, people get interviewed and have their say. Obviously, your going to get different opinions of the experience, and in journalism you will find bias to selectively find those to fit a certain criteria. Regardless, its still interviews from direct experiences....if you want to know the experience in more detail, this article was sourced from Reuters http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...8A90BV20121110

    I personally think that FEMA should be abolished anyways, anything federal is incompetent and overpriced. Funds should be allocated within the local community or state and contingency plans should be a responsibility of the local governments/people themselves.
    Your thought on FEMA are absolutely fine, they are your opinion after all. What the author is doing is setting out to make sure a piece sounds exactly like how he wants it to sound. It's not even remotely objective nor does it try to be. It's so lazy that it doesn't even TRY to be objective. Even bad journalism often tries to sound like it doesn't have a huge agenda.

    There will come a time in America when panic grips the nation. There will be riots, violence, and bloodshed resulting from any number of plausible scenarios like the collapse of our economic and monetary systems.
    This right here is ****ty journalism. In fact I wouldn't even call it journalism. It sounds more like preaching. There MAY be a time in America when panic grips the nation. The author may be right. There may be a time in the future with riots, violence, and bloodshed. To speak of this as an absolute certainty is arrogant at best. If I wrote we will have an unspeakable flood that will kill millions in the future I wouldn't expect someone to take me seriously because at best all I'm doing is making a prediction.

    It's not journalism, it's an opinion piece disguised as journalism plain and simple. The conspiracy type parts about it don't even bother me in the least bit. The author did a really piss poor job and people should expect more from news sources than this attempt.

    This is not news and it should not masquerade as news. The "mainstream media" may be ****ty in many aspects as well and I won't argue that, but this right here is flat out BAD writing. It's an opinion piece put off as fake news Ax. I would expect news people to try and predict the future from time to time. I wouldn't expect them to come off like doomsday preachers saying the end is on the way.

    There will be a time when Kansas invades Nebraska. Kansans will use violence against the people of Nebraska. Bloodshed will ensue.

    I don't think this will happen, but writing it is exactly what the author did in that sentence. Shoddy work. I could probably agree with much of the piece if it wasn't written like it was by a paranoid schizophrenic.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    This right here is ****ty journalism. In fact I wouldn't even call it journalism. It sounds more like preaching. There MAY be a time in America when panic grips the nation. The author may be right. There may be a time in the future with riots, violence, and bloodshed. To speak of this as an absolute certainty is arrogant at best. If I wrote we will have an unspeakable flood that will kill millions in the future I wouldn't expect someone to take me seriously because at best all I'm doing is making a prediction.

    It's not journalism, it's an opinion piece disguised as journalism plain and simple. The conspiracy type parts about it don't even bother me in the least bit. The author did a really piss poor job and people should expect more from news sources than this attempt.

    This is not news and it should not masquerade as news. The "mainstream media" may be ****ty in many aspects as well and I won't argue that, but this right here is flat out BAD writing. It's an opinion piece put off as fake news Ax. I would expect news people to try and predict the future from time to time. I wouldn't expect them to come off like doomsday preachers saying the end is on the way.

    There will be a time when Kansas invades Nebraska. Kansans will use violence against the people of Nebraska. Bloodshed will ensue.

    I don't think this will happen, but writing it is exactly what the author did in that sentence. Shoddy work. I could probably agree with much of the piece if it wasn't written like it was by a paranoid schizophrenic.
    You picked and chose an opinion thrown in the article to discard the rest. Its ok the writer shows his opinion, but whats important is the rest of the content.

    The article brings awareness of the abusive goverment powers to arrest and detain Americans without due process which is a direct violation of the Bill of Rights. There will definitely be a time of chaos in America, its not a question of if but when. I personally have no clue when that will be, but it bothers me that people live day to day in total comfort and dont consider the possibilities in life. People dont especially consider the expanding police state powers our Federal Goverment has obtained over the last recent years with the incorporation of science and technology along with a series of unconstitutional laws.

    The way Boston was locked down in recent events over two stupid children should be alarming. People getting kicked out of their homes with large guns pointed at their faces and their private lives being ransacked.

    When the military has manuals on crushing domestic disturbances and kill Americans it bothers me. When our military is hiring interment specialists for domestic purposes it bothers me. When I meet people who are working at a camp specifically to prepare for a wave of mass chaos it bothers me. Thats why I post articles as I have done today and in the past. They may not be perfect, but much of the information people need to be aware about.
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  6. The Reuters article tells quite a different story. It's amazing what you can do when you take quotes out of context. That person that said that was unemployed. Here is the actual quote. "It's bad to say, but we honestly feel like we're in a concentration camp." Also from the article-

    The mini city has no cigarettes, no books, no magazines, no board games, no TVs, and no newspapers or radios. On Friday night, in front of the mess hall, which was serving fried chicken and out-of-the-box, just-add-water potatoes, a child was dancing and dancing — to nothing. "We're starting to lose it," said Decamp. "But we have nowhere else to go."
    Isn't it awful that this horrible evil government in a disaster couldn't give the people cigarettes, books, magazines, TV's, etc. Those mother****ing FEMA workers. Have they no heart? I guess all they did was give a place to people without houses to do things like eat. Where were the Xbox 360's? Where were the supermodels? See how horrible government is?! They pretty much JUST gave them food and shelter in the middle of a massive disaster. Such horror. Hell the Jews were the lucky ones AMIRITE?
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    You picked and chose an opinion thrown in the article to discard the rest. Its ok the writer shows his opinion, but whats important is the rest of the content.

    The article brings awareness of the abusive goverment powers to arrest and detain Americans without due process which is a direct violation of the Bill of Rights. There will definitely be a time of chaos in America, its not a question of if but when. I personally have no clue when that will be, but it bothers me that people live day to day in total comfort and dont consider the possibilities in life. People dont especially consider the expanding police state powers our Federal Goverment has obtained over the last recent years with the incorporation of science and technology along with a series of unconstitutional laws.

    The way Boston was locked down in recent events over two stupid children should be alarming. People getting kicked out of their homes with large guns pointed at their faces and their private lives being ransacked.

    When the military has manuals on crushing domestic disturbances and kill Americans it bothers me. When our military is hiring interment specialists for domestic purposes it bothers me. When I meet people who are working at a camp specifically to prepare for a wave of mass chaos it bothers me. Thats why I post articles as I have done today and in the past. They may not be perfect, but much of the information people need to be aware about.
    The problem is the good information you care about (and me, I don't worship the government either) is sprinkled in complete and absolute nonsense garbage Ax. You can't get rational people to listen to the good information if you surround it by so much irrational opinion. If the goal is to make people informed about what is going on an article like that is one of the poorest ways to do it.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    The Reuters article tells quite a different story. It's amazing what you can do when you take quotes out of context. That person that said that was unemployed. Here is the actual quote. "It's bad to say, but we honestly feel like we're in a concentration camp." Also from the article-



    Isn't it awful that this horrible evil government in a disaster couldn't give the people cigarettes, books, magazines, TV's, etc. Those mother****ing FEMA workers. Have they no heart? I guess all they did was give a place to people without houses to do things like eat. Where were the Xbox 360's? Where were the supermodels? See how horrible government is?! They pretty much JUST gave them food and shelter in the middle of a massive disaster. Such horror. Hell the Jews were the lucky ones AMIRITE?
    Well you have a point there, I was thinking the same thing I dont give a crap about peoples toxic habits, lol.

    I think its a good example to use in life that you cant depend on goverment to give you what you want. Its also an example that people want more than they need.

    You can get different stories and interpretations out of a single interview/experience.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    Well you have a point there, I was thinking the same thing I dont give a crap about peoples toxic habits, lol.

    I think its a good example to use in life that you cant depend on goverment to give you what you want. Its also an example that people want more than they need.

    You can get different stories out of a single interview/experience.
    No you can't depend on the government for everything, but the Reuters article tells A MUCH different story than the one you posted. And it seems like the Reuters articles goal was to inform while the Slavo article was to mislead.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    The problem is the good information you care about (and me, I don't worship the government either) is sprinkled in complete and absolute nonsense garbage Ax. You can't get rational people to listen to the good information if you surround it by so much irrational opinion. If the goal is to make people informed about what is going on an article like that is one of the poorest ways to do it.
    I just think we react differently to these types of articles, I dunno why. I dont think of them as fear mongering the end of the world like you do....and I dont mean that as in your point of interpretation is wrong, we are just different.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    I just think we react differently to these types of articles, I dunno why. I dont think of them as fear mongering the end of the world like you do....and I dont mean that as in your point of interpretation is wrong, we are just different.
    Maybe so. You see the scary in the articles (and I do to an extent), and I see the holy hell why would we think that X is going to lead to disaster? It's interesting to say the least.

    Some of the things in the Reuters article are sad, but I view them more as I wish the government could have helped those people a bit more in that disaster. You view it as one day the government will do exactly what they want to do to us. I may not be as scared of it as I should be, but at times I feel you may be more scared of it than you should.

    What the government did in the Reuters article doesn't sound that bad. It sounds like they tried hard to make a really bad situation a bit better for some people who needed help. It sounds as if at times it didn't go that well, but they weren't setting out to make it bad. They were trying to help people.
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    No you can't depend on the government for everything, but the Reuters article tells A MUCH different story than the one you posted. And it seems like the Reuters articles goal was to inform while the Slavo article was to mislead.
    They are two totally different articles, and Slavo referenced it with direct links. All he stated was that there are those who felt they were set up like concentration camps. Salvo was comparing a voluntary recent incident and what it may be like during a National Emergency when people were forced in large amounts to attend these camps. This is the reality of power the goverment has given itself and it needs to be taken away from them (and take them out of power too) and restoring the Bill of Rights.
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    Some of the things in the Reuters article are sad, but I view them more as I wish the government could have helped those people a bit more in that disaster. You view it as one day the government will do exactly what they want to do to us. I may not be as scared of it as I should be, but at times I feel you may be more scared of it than you should.

    What the government did in the Reuters article doesn't sound that bad. It sounds like they tried hard to make a really bad situation a bit better for some people who needed help. It sounds as if at times it didn't go that well, but they weren't setting out to make it bad. They were trying to help people.
    I may across as if I was scared, the way internet language comes off I certainly may appear scared. Im concerned yes. I live an awesome life and have way more than I deserve.

    I feel the more I focus on such large scale impossible to do anything about issues, the happier I am in personal life as I move away from my self-centeredness. I get more confident and expand my sense of fearlessness. Never in my life have I been less fearful of everyday problems as I am today, and I want to continue to build on that.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    I may across as if I was scared, the way internet language comes off I certainly may appear scared. Im concerned yes. I live an awesome life and have way more than I deserve.

    I feel the more I focus on such large scale impossible to do anything about issues, the happier I am in personal life as I move away from my self-centeredness. I get more confident and expand my sense of fearlessness. Never in my life have I been less fearful of everyday problems as I am today, and I want to continue to build on that.
    So you view it as trading fearfulness of everyday problems by focusing on the future? Or am I reading that wrong?

    I do agree with you in many respects about the size and scope of the government. I just happen to disagree with you about the "need" for panic on some of that stuff. Does it concern me how the government may act in a wide scale panic type situation? Yes. You know what else concerns me? Thinking how my fellow man would act in these situations. Neither of them seem likely enough to consistently dominate everyday thought. "What if" is a great question to ask...but it should not be asked 24 hours a day. I'm LESS scared of the government in 2014 than I would be of it in 1914. I know some people don't feel that way, but I don't think the government right now is going to force ordinary citizens to go to war via a draft. I don't think it is going to throw Japanese Americans in interment camps. I don't think it is going to force blacks and whites to have separate areas.

    I don't view the government as a completely separate entity from me. The government is full of real people. Are there tons of instances where real people in the government have done bad things throughout the history of the U.S.? Absolutely and this will happen in the future. So have ACTUAL citizens of the U.S. Our people have raped, murdered, lied, cheated, stolen, etc. It isn't like the absence of a government creates some society of virtue.

    The Reuters article made it seem like the government tried to help people out and ran into some issues with helping people out. Is it perfect? No. Should we hold it accountable? Yes. The main thing I got out of the article was people who were in a horrible natural disaster had someone looking out for them and gave them food and shelter even if both of those things could have been improved on how they were delivered. I think that unemployed person who compared it to a concentration camp probably prefers that to starving in the streets in the middle of hurricane Sandy? Bitching about magazines and books? Are you kidding me? If anything the article shows how entitled people have become.

    I know it's "cool" to think about how horrible the present is because the media does nothing but create fear, but I think these are absolutely amazing times we live in. I think we have less reason to panic than at any other time in human history. We are currently more prepared to solve society's issues than ever before. Bad people have always existed in the world and bad people always will. They are FAR FAR FAR outnumbered by the good. It's not even close.
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    So you view it as trading fearfulness of everyday problems by focusing on the future? Or am I reading that wrong?
    I view it moving away from "me, me, me" and moving on to bigger greater issues on a global scale causes a natural reduction in personal negative emotions including fear. This can include focusing on the future, but that future is reliant upon what I see now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    I do agree with you in many respects about the size and scope of the government. I just happen to disagree with you about the "need" for panic on some of that stuff. Does it concern me how the government may act in a wide scale panic type situation? Yes. You know what else concerns me? Thinking how my fellow man would act in these situations. Neither of them seem likely enough to consistently dominate everyday thought. "What if" is a great question to ask...but it should not be asked 24 hours a day. I'm LESS scared of the government in 2014 than I would be of it in 1914. I know some people don't feel that way, but I don't think the government right now is going to force ordinary citizens to go to war via a draft. I don't think it is going to throw Japanese Americans in interment camps. I don't think it is going to force blacks and whites to have separate areas.
    I dont think we need to panic, thats not the right action. We need to educate and re-build which is really an endless process. The fact is as soon as you get somewhere its a matter of maintaining, fighting its dismantlement and starting the process all over again when it becomes to toxic to cure.

    There may not be a concern of a draft, but why did Obama pass a executive order that allows the military to conquer your home and force you to labor for them? Why would they go through the trouble writing this into law?

    I think these interment camps that have been set up are not for WWII style detainment. It is in my own opinion set up in the event of an economic disaster which we all know what can happen, and thats when you get panic. I already have my exit plan because I dont want to really be a part of that. Anyways, interment camps exist, they are being funded by our tax dollars and if you want to work at one the Army website was taking applications not long ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    I don't view the government as a completely separate entity from me. The government is full of real people. Are there tons of instances where real people in the government have done bad things throughout the history of the U.S.? Absolutely and this will happen in the future. So have ACTUAL citizens of the U.S. Our people have raped, murdered, lied, cheated, stolen, etc. It isn't like the absence of a government creates some society of virtue.
    Im not an anarchist, so I agree with you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    The Reuters article made it seem like the government tried to help people out and ran into some issues with helping people out. Is it perfect? No. Should we hold it accountable? Yes. The main thing I got out of the article was people who were in a horrible natural disaster had someone looking out for them and gave them food and shelter even if both of those things could have been improved on how they were delivered. I think that unemployed person who compared it to a concentration camp probably prefers that to starving in the streets in the middle of hurricane Sandy? Bitching about magazines and books? Are you kidding me? If anything the article shows how entitled people have become.
    Well, if we dont have protein shakes, grilled chicken salad with dressing on the side, adequate weights, coffee with a small amount of cream and splenda, Im bringing hell !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoforce View Post
    I know it's "cool" to think about how horrible the present is because the media does nothing but create fear, but I think these are absolutely amazing times we live in. I think we have less reason to panic than at any other time in human history. We are currently more prepared to solve society's issues than ever before. Bad people have always existed in the world and bad people always will. They are FAR FAR FAR outnumbered by the good. It's not even close.
    How one perceives the present is depends on who's shoes your wearing. Media create's fear, but especially does goverment on the most maximal level (terrorism, keeping us safe by eliminating your privacy and molesting you, etc...). Goverment (well this regime) are the main fear-monger's. Media especially on TV is showbiz for ugly people such as the Presidential puppet show they ran the other day.

    Any other time in human history we didnt have the capacity to blow the earth up. We have a whole different set of obstacles to over come which includes the buildup of a scientific dictatorship, but on a positive note we have tools currently at our disposal for communication and large scale movement w/ the internet. History can be our teacher, but we must innovate the way we educate and fight our revolutions.
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  17. Jesse Ventura: I move around in Mexico so drones can't find me

    By Adi Robertson on February 5, 2014
    The Verge




    Former Minnesota governor and pro wrestler Jesse Ventura is currently on the press circuit around the launch of his talk show Off the Grid, but only from an undisclosed location in Mexico, safe from the prying camera-eyes of drones. "I'm off the grid," he said in an interview with CNBC yesterday. "I move about with my TV show so that the drones can't find me, and that you won't know exactly where I am as long as we have solar power and we can reach the satellite." He ignored questions from host Kelly Evans about whether the answer was "a hoax" and how he could describe himself as off the grid if he was on the internet.



    Former Minnesota governor and pro wrestler Jesse Ventura is currently on the press circuit around the launch of his talk show Off the Grid, but only from an undisclosed location in Mexico, safe from the prying camera-eyes of drones. "I'm off the grid," he said in an interview with CNBC yesterday. "I move about with my TV show so that the drones can't find me, and that you won't know exactly where I am as long as we have solar power and we can reach the satellite." He ignored questions from host Kelly Evans about whether the answer was "a hoax" and how he could describe himself as off the grid if he was on the internet.

    While it's doubtful that the US is analyzing surveillance footage to find Jesse Ventura, it has partnered with Mexico on drone operations. In 2011, officials in both countries confirmed that the Pentagon had begun flying unmanned surveillance craft over Mexico to find leads on drug trafficking for local law enforcement, and the Department of Homeland Security uses drones to watch both sides of the border.

    Ventura's show — whose guest stars have so far included former Presidential candidate Ron Paul and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones — is supposedly filmed primarily in the Baja Peninsula, but unlike fellow conspiratorial expatriate John McAfee, Ventura hasn't given anyone cause to launch an international manhunt that might reveal his precise location.

    Ventura, a longtime independent, used his appearance on CNBC to decry increasing income inequality in America at the hands of both Democratic and Republican politicians. He has hinted at a run for the presidency in 2016.

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  18. Tic Toc Tic Toc.....

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  19. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    Tic Toc Tic Toc.....
    Serious?? Theres another one??
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    I'm usually crying when people take naked pictures of me. Fcuking childhood.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by MANotaur View Post
    Serious?? Theres another one??
    Yup....you saw it here first! lol

    And the P stands for Prescott!

    He is son of Jeb Bush and running for Texas Land Commissioner which is actually a very strong position which also overseas Federal land.

    He has access to millions of dollars along with being an insider which of course buys/gets you power quickly in this country.

    Here is a picture of him as a little boy being groomed to be someone some day,

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  21. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    Yup....you saw it here first! lol And the P stands for Prescott! He is son of Jeb Bush and running for Texas Land Commissioner which is actually a very strong position which also overseas Federal land. He has access to millions of dollars along with being an insider which of course buys/gets you power quickly in this country. Here is a picture of him as a little boy being groomed to be someone some day,
    Ahhh the Bush legacy continues. Can't imagine why the P would stand for Prescott?
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    Ahhh the Bush legacy continues. Can't imagine why the P would stand for Prescott?
    Not sure if you were asking a serious question, but regardless Prescott would be his great grandfather.

    GPW is very young, he has alot of time to get to the top, assuming he wants that of course.

    I was just reading how he (GPW) trained to be an intelligence officer for the Navy Reserve in 07. He claims his inspiration to join service was attending the launch of his grandpa's aircraft carrier that was named after him, lol.

    He also served in Operation Enduring Freedom (I feel like throwing up typing that, lol) for less than a year under a different name for his safety, not even those near him knew who he really was. I would like to know what his tasks were during this time period.
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    Not sure if you were asking a serious question, but regardless Prescott would be his great grandfather. GPW is very young, he has alot of time to get to the top, assuming he wants that of course. I was just reading how he (GPW) trained to be an intelligence officer for the Navy Reserve in 07. He claims his inspiration to join service was attending the launch of his grandpa's aircraft carrier that was named after him, lol. He also served in Operation Enduring Freedom (I feel like throwing up typing that, lol) for less than a year under a different name for his safety, not even those near him knew who he really was. I would like to know what his tasks were during this time period.
    I asked the question a little tongue in cheek.

    I doubt we will know what he did while in service.
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  24. lol!

    Chevron Gives Residents Near Fracking Explosion Free Pizza

    By Zoë Schlanger
    Filed: 2/19/14 at 10:37 AM
    Newsweek

    After a Chevron hydraulic fracturing well exploded in rural Dunkard Township, Pennsylvania, last Tuesday, and burned for four days straight, the energy company knew just the way to soothe nearby residents: free pizza.

    "It felt like a huge slap in the face," the resident, who wished to remain anonymous due to Chevron’s major presence in the area, says. "A pizza coupon? I mean come on!"

    William Kuis, 61, is a retired coal miner who lives about three miles from the well that exploded. He did not receive a pizza coupon.





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  25. ‘There’s something wrong at the FBI’: Maddow Urges Release of Boston Bombing Autopsy Report

    Questions surrounding mysterious death of alleged Boston bomber acquaintance pile up

    Infowars.com
    February 26, 2014


    Most people wouldn’t consider MSNBC host Rachel Maddow a conspiracy theorist.

    The liberal-left poster child and Rhodes scholar often belittles so-called “9/11 truthers,” people who think the Sandy Hook school shooting was a staged event and people who believe the government is stockpiling ammunition.

    But there’s one pesky detail concerning the Boston Marathon bombing Maddow just can’t get her head around: the mysterious circumstances behind the death of 27-year-old Ibragim Todashev at the hands of the FBI during questioning, an incident that has all the makings of a government cover-up.



    In a segment last night discussing the ridiculousness of a report which found that every FBI shooting since 1993, about 150 of them, has been “deemed justified,” Maddow questioned if the agency investigating itself might not be such a good idea.

    “The fact is that no one else really reviews FBI shootings other than the FBI itself, other than this internal review board. They’re federal agents, right? Nobody prosecutes them for shooting people, nobody looks into their shootings except the FBI itself. And unless you believe in the ‘perfect angels’ theory of FBI agent bullets, you better believe there’s something wrong at the FBI.

    Even when games are rigged they don’t go 150 and 0. That’s not a real record. That’s not actually found in nature. Nobody is supposed to be above the law in this country, even the FBI, and there is something wrong, something obviously wrong with the way we are handling FBI shootings if every one ever reviewed in the last 20 years has been ruled ‘justified.’”


    Maddow also found it strange that the FBI blocked the release of Todashev’s autopsy report, and that Todashev’s girlfriend and two friends were all “quickly deported or kept out of this country” after his death, people who could otherwise “conceivably talk about it or shed light on what happened.”

    Todashev’s death really bugs Maddow. Like most Americans, she’s reluctant to accept the government purposely murders innocent people then rushes to cover it up. Yet this is, and has always been, the standard modus operandi.

    The MSNBC host hopes against all odds, however, that Obama’s recent appointee as head of FBI, James Comey, who she says has a reputation for “doing what’s right,” and Attorney General Eric Holder, whose notorious reputation precedes him, will release the full report on Todashev’s death.

    Is the liberal host off on a jag on this issue because she knows people are tuning out the lame-stream dinosaur media in droves? In 2013, MSNBC saw its ratings fall by nearly half, losing as many as 45 percent of its viewers. Have multiple segments on the subject been produced in a desperate attempt to ingratiate MSNBC to an information-hungry public and appear as though they actually question the government?

    If you can stomach it, here’s a few of Maddow’s past conspiratorial segments aimed at getting to the bottom of the inexplicable FBI killing.

    May 2013



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