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    by George Freund on February 17, 2012 at 7:21 PM
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    Leslie Nielsen *** John Trevor escapes from the military base where he commanded Project: Kill, a mind control experiment that used drugs to create bodyguards and assassins for the United States and makes his way to the Philippines. Soon Trevor finds himself in love with Lee Su and feeling the with drawl symptoms from the drugs for the mind control that make him very dangerous not only to himself but everyone around him. His former second in command Project: Kill agent Frank Lassiter has been ordered to find him before the with drawl effects become too violent and before he sells out the program. Asian mobster Alok Lee is also after Trevor in the hopes of getting the secrets of Project: Kill. Time is running out for Trevor as the with drawl becomes worse, Lassiter, the Philippine police, and Lee's men close in on him.

    Project: Kill

    by George Freund on February 17, 2012 at 4:55 PM
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    Dead men tell no tales the death of Giffords' author Jeffrey Zaslow. DARPA'S Suspended Animation Project. The Princess and the Pedophile revelations on the murder of Madeleine McCann. Bank wars in the Vatican. Election rigging American style. Jeb boy for President. Big Brother snooping Bill for Canada rivals the Stasi. Vic Toews and the babysitter. J. Edgar Hoover deviant and porn master. Tribler file sharing indestructible. Russian nuclear sub fire ended 2011 with very close to a bang. HMCS Corner Brook collision. Strange boxes washing up on the West coast have UFO connections. The WOW signal. Can we call ET? Antarctica and aliens in Google Valentine doodle. Mass deaths in the GMO sugar cane. Paraquat the ultimate people poison. Are they Roundup ready? Round 'em up anyway. German village where everyone has cancer. Drones USA. Marines SS flag. Prince's close shave with death. U.S. general Arkansided in Afghanistan. War drums beating. The coming false flag. Botched bombings of Israeli diplomats a scripted event. No more Freedom Watch Judge Napolitano said the 'F' word False Flag. Fulford's view of the future we're f#*&^%! The secret war in Syria. On Conspiracy Cafe it's UP PERISCOPE! See the UFO?

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    by George Freund on February 15, 2012 at 2:02 PM
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    Revelations numbers and the God Code. Dark Queens of the NWO Madonna, Doda and Whitney. Shell game ships. All eyes on the Antarctic. Cameron's crew dies in chopper crash. Al Gore leads expedition south. Cannibal Viruses. WMD lab in Wisconsin. Wikileaks dark secret. Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Google's Dickens Doodle a terror tour. Pipeline pigs sabotaged. Disaster clues. Something's down there at the bottom of the sea. Pyramid power. Blue gel balls fall from sky. Silver kills cancer SHHH! Supreme Court Justice disses Constitution. Operation Highjump and the secrets of Antarctica - alien bases and escaped Nazis. On Conspiracy Cafe you must always Man the Barricades.

  • Mossad & CIA death squads behind Syria b...
    by George Freund on February 15, 2012 at 11:30 AM
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    Say it ain't so, but it appears it follows an old strategy. Learn it now before the blood runs on your street.

  • Judge Napolitano: Why Taxation is Theft,...
    by George Freund on February 12, 2012 at 5:21 PM
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    Fox Business Network Cancels Judge Andrew Napolitano'sFreedom Watch

  • U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Gi...
    by George Freund on February 12, 2012 at 4:36 PM
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    This is a wake up call....... and it is chilling

    February 6, 2012

    We the People Loses Appeal With People Around the World


    The Constitution has seen better days. Sure, it is the nation's founding document and sacred text. And it is the oldest written national constitution still in force anywhere in the world. But its influence is waning.

    In 1987, on the Constitution?s bicentennial, Time magazine calculated that of the 170 countries that exist today, more than 160 have written charters modeled directly or indirectly on the U.S. version.

    A quarter-century later, the picture looks very different. The U.S. Constitution appears to be losing its appeal as a model for constitutional drafters elsewhere, according to a new study by David S. Law of Washington University in St. Louis and Mila Versteeg of the University of Virginia.

    The study, to be published in June in The New York University Law Review, bristles with data. Its authors coded and analyzed the provisions of 729 constitutions adopted by 188 countries from 1946 to 2006, and they considered 237 variables regarding various rights and ways to enforce them.  

    Among the world's democracies, Professors Law and Versteeg concluded, constitutional similarity to the United States has clearly gone into free fall. Over the 1960s and 1970s, democratic constitutions as a whole became more similar to the U.S. Constitution, only to reverse course in the 1980s and 1990s.

    The turn of the twenty-first century, however, saw the beginning of a steep plunge that continues through the most recent years for which we have data, to the point that the constitutions of the world?s democracies are, on average, less similar to the U.S. Constitution now than they were at the end of World War II.

    There are lots of possible reasons. The United States Constitution is terse and old, and it guarantees relatively few rights. The commitment of some members of the Supreme Court to interpreting the Constitution according to its original meaning in the 18th century may send the signal that it is of little current use to, say, a new African nation. And the Constitution's waning influence may be part of a general decline in American power and prestige.

    In an interview, Professor Law identified a central reason for the trend: the availability of newer, sexier and more powerful operating systems in the constitutional marketplace. Nobody wants to copy Windows 3.1, he said.

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would recomend the South African Constitution ..............

    In a television interview during a visit to Egypt last week, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the Supreme Court seemed to agree. I would not look to the United States Constitution if I were drafting a constitution in the year 2012, she said. She recommended, instead, the South African Constitution, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms or the European Convention on Human Rights.

    The rights guaranteed by the American Constitution are parsimonious by international standards, and they are frozen in amber. As Sanford Levinson wrote in 2006 in Our Undemocratic Constitution, the U.S. Constitution is the most difficult to amend of any constitution currently existing in the world today. (Yugoslavia used to hold that title, but Yugoslavia did not work out.)

    Other nations routinely trade in their constitutions wholesale, replacing them on average every 19 years. By odd coincidence, Thomas Jefferson, in a 1789 letter to James Madison, once said that every constitution ?naturally expires at the end of 19 years because the earth belongs always to the living generation. These days, the overlap between the rights guaranteed by the Constitution and those most popular around the world is spotty.

    Americans recognize rights not widely protected, including ones to a speedy and public trial, and are outliers in prohibiting government establishment of religion.

    But the Constitution is out of step with the rest of the world in failing to protect, at least in so many words, a right to travel, the presumption of innocence and entitlement to food, education and health care.

    It has its idiosyncrasies. Only 2 percent of the world?s constitutions protect, as the Second Amendment does, a right to bear arms. (Its brothers in arms are Guatemala and Mexico.)

    The Constitution's waning global stature is consistent with the diminished influence of the Supreme Court, which is losing the central role it once had among courts in modern democracies, Aharon Barak, then the president of the Supreme Court of Israel, wrote in The Harvard Law Review in 2002.

    Many foreign judges say they have become less likely to cite decisions of the United States Supreme Court, in part because of what they consider its parochialism.  

    America is in danger, I think, of becoming something of a legal backwater, Justice Michael Kirby of the High Court of Australia said in a 2001 interview. He said that he looked instead to India, South Africa and New Zealand.

    Mr. Barak, for his part, identified a new constitutional superpower: Canadian law,  he wrote, serves as a source of inspiration for many countries around the world. The new study also suggests that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, adopted in 1982, may now be more influential than its American counterpart.

    The Canadian Charter is both more expansive and less absolute. It guarantees equal rights for women and disabled people, allows affirmative action and requires that those arrested be informed of their rights. On the other hand, it balances those rights against such reasonable limits as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

    Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia - The bill of rights of the former evil empire, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, was much better than ours,

    There are, of course, limits to empirical research based on coding and counting, and there is more to a constitution than its words, as Justice Antonin Scalia told the Senate Judiciary Committee in October. ?Every banana republic in the world has a bill of rights, he said.  

    The bill of rights of the former evil empire, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, was much better than ours, he said, adding: We guarantee freedom of speech and of the press. Big deal. They guaranteed freedom of speech, of the press, of street demonstrations and protests, and anyone who is caught trying to suppress criticism of the government will be called to account. Whoa, that is wonderful stuff!

    Of course,Justice Scalia continued, it's just words on paper, what our framers would have called a parchment guarantee.

  • John Perkins - The Secret History of the...
    by George Freund on February 10, 2012 at 8:22 AM
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    Author John Perkins spoke at Marlboro College on 4/23/08. Drawing on experiences described in his two New York Times bestsellers, Perkins describes the post-WWII era as one that created history's first truly global empire -- mostly through economics, rather than the military. Now we find ourselves catapulted toward a future that appears catastrophic to many people; however, in Perkins's view it offers great opportunities. Identifying corporations as "the most influential institutions on the planet," he challenges us to transform ourselves and the companies that so deeply impact our lives. He presents a plan for creating a world "that will make our children proud of us." 

    John Perkins spent three decades as an Economic Hit Man, business executive, author, and lecturer. He lived and worked in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and North America. Then he made a decision: he would use these experiences to make the planet a better place for his daughters generation. Today he teaches about the importance of rising to higher levels of consciousness, to waking up -- in both spiritual and physical realms -- and is a champion for environmental and social causes.

  • Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Par...
    by George Freund on February 10, 2012 at 8:20 AM
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    No body does it better. The deep dark secrets of the economic muscle. And we thought the mafia was bad. PART II:

  • 2012 / The greatest archaeological excav...
    by George Freund on February 9, 2012 at 2:40 PM
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    This video reveals the secrets of the pyramids as a force projector to deal with threats to the Earth in 2012. I will post more in the blog section. Strange things are happening as they always do.

    by George Freund on February 7, 2012 at 3:56 PM
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    Blame it on RIO NWO collapses building. UN prepares for total control at RIO + 20. UN coke confiscated, woman killed. Davos a washout without it. Harper's pension plans. Dr. Doom round two. Hugs and kisses over EU default. Riot training for London. Soros unleashes Occupy on Oakland. Admiralty flag burned. The end of cash. The wisdom of Solomon for banksters. Bush meets Obama. Eye of Newt Triads control Gingrich. Trump plays his card to Mitt. Costa's Europas insurance frauds. Taliban poised for victory. Mrs. Assad was a bankster. Google peddled drugs. Cull the heard Google Code. The Ghost Fleet. False flag brewing. Israel's drone crash. Facebook a fisher of men and women. London terror OMEN. DNA is language left by God corrupted by man. The NWO's plans are unravelling. It's mission not accomplished on Conspiracy Cafe.

  • Russian UFO Docu May 2006 Secrets of the...
    by George Freund on February 6, 2012 at 9:42 AM
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    by George Freund on February 5, 2012 at 11:26 AM
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    Vostok Station (Trailer) This short follows Fredryk Wosniak, the sole survivor of a mysterious and cataclysmic event through a bizarre and beautiful arctic landscape. Sans dialogue, the music and sound-design are major features alongside the post-production-heavy imagery. 26th Sundance Film Festival (USA), 2010 International Film Festival Breda (The Netherlands), 2010 Dallas International Film Festival (USA), 2010 5th NZ Film Festival in China (China), 2010 CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival (Canada), 2010 Taipei Golden Horse (Taiwan), 2010 San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film (Spain), 2010 Rooftop Film Festival, Brooklyn (NYC), 2010 54th Valladolid International Film Festival (Spain), 2009 29th Uppsala International Short Film Festival (Sweden), 2009 One Dot Zero Film Festival (UK), 2009 Interfilm Film Festival (Germany), 2009 Director: Dylan Pharazyn My Credit: Composition, Sound Design, and Audio Post

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