Saturday, December 13, 2008

Marine Toys Tots Austin Military propaganda recruiting Toys"R"Us

Toys for Tots : Marine tells Camera Man
those aren't Real 50 cal Guns at a Toys R' Us Store
"They Are Computer Simulations"

Marine Corps Toys for Tots

Another propaganda recruiting effort under the Toys for Tots program.

Toys for Tots : Marine tells Camera Man
those aren't real 50 cal Guns at a Toys R' Us Store

They Are Computer Simulations - > WTF?

Indiana National Guard Jail Urban Warfare Martial Law FEMA CAMP Riot
Indiana National Guard Take Control of City Jail -plus pics of training village

1,000 Acres
70 Buildings
2,000+ Rooms
1 - 5 Story Buildings
20 - 3 Story Buildings
16 - 2 Story Buildings
6 Split Level Buildings
14 Single Level buildings
9 Buildings with basements
One mile of tunnels
All are operational and fitted with functional equipment.

Located in South Central Indianas Jennings County near Butlerville, Muscatatuck Urban Training Center (MUTC) is a secluded, self contained community, once home to the Muscatatuck State Developmental Center. The 1,000 acre site was turned over to the Indiana National Guard in July of 2005 and since has been continually evolving into a full-immersion contemporary urban training environment.

Those utilizing MUTC have access to a 180 acre reservoir and urban infrastructure consisting of 68 major buildings including a school, hospital, dormitories, light industrial structures, single family type dwellings, a dining facility and administrative buildings totaling approximately 850,000 square feet of floor space. Additionally the training area includes an extensive underground utility tunnel system and over 9 miles of roads and streets.

MUTC is a consortium of governmental, public and private entities that are pooling their unique capabilities in order to provide the most realistic training experience possible. Training that can be tailored to replicate both foreign and domestic scenarios and that can be utilized by various civilian and military organizations.

In its first year of operation the facilities at MUTC have been utilized by over 16,000 people from military, government and private agencies and is continually expanding training capabilities for future needs.

"People have tried to explain this, but you can't really grasp the capability until you see it first hand, this is big...we are spending millions trying to build this, and you already have it in Indiana"


Blagojevich obama Rahm Emanuel Jackson

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Video: Emanuel Not A Target Of Feds, Sources Say CBS 2 Chicago

Emanuel spoke to Ill. gov's office on seat: report

Questions Surround Emanuel In Blagojevich Scandal
Play Video CBS 2 Chicago
Questions Surround Emanuel In Blagojevich Scandal

WASHINGTON – Republicans are criticizing President-elect Barack Obama's silence over contacts his aides may have had with disgraced Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, saying he is breaking promises to bring openness to government.

"While it is encouraging that the president-elect has stated his office will disclose contacts with the scandal-ridden governor, it remains disappointing that his actions are in response to political pressure," Republican National Committee Chairman Robert M. "Mike" Duncan said.

"Americans expect the highest degree of transparency from their elected leaders, rather than promises of openness on the campaign trail," he said.

Rahm Emanuel, who has been tapped by Obama to be his White House chief of staff, had conversations beginning just before the Nov. 4 election with Blagojevich's administration about who would replace Obama in the Senate, according to a report Saturday in the Chicago Tribune.

Emanuel, a Chicago congressman who has long been close to both Blagojevich and Obama, gave Blagojevich's chief of staff a list of Democrats acceptable to Obama to fill the Senate seat, according to the Tribune report. The report did not suggest there was any dealmaking in the conversations, which were captured on court-ordered wiretaps.

Obama said Friday he will release in a matter of days the results of an internal investigation into what conversations his aides and advisers may have had with Blagojevich, who has been accused of trying to sell Obama's Senate seat.

Obama's staff has declined to respond to even basic questions, like who is conducting the probe, how long it will take, what issues are being explored and whether they are working with federal investigators. While Obama has promised openness throughout his service, his staff has locked down on inquiries for now.

The Obama transition team's refusal to talk has contributed to a maelstrom around Emanuel. Blagojevich was arrested this week in a corruption scandal.

But Emanuel is not a target of the probe, according to people who have been briefed on the investigation.

The two people spoke on a condition of anonymity because the criminal investigation is ongoing. One is a person close to Emanuel, who said he has been told by investigators that he's not a subject of their probe.

Asked if any conversations between Emanuel and Blagojevich were captured on government wiretaps, Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs said, "I honestly don't know." Other transition officials refused to respond to inquiries.

There are no suggestions that Obama or his aides were involved in the alleged sale of his seat. U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald said prosecutors were making no allegations that Obama was aware of any scheming. And Blagojevich himself, in taped conversations cited by prosecutors, suggested that Obama wouldn't be helpful to him and the governor called Obama a vulgar term. Even if the governor was to appoint a candidate favored by the Obama team, Blagojevich said, "they're not willing to give me anything except appreciation."

Obama told reporters Thursday that he never personally spoke to Blagojevich about who would fill the seat he resigned to take over the presidency next month.

"What I want to do is to gather all the facts about any staff contacts that may have taken place between the transition office and the governor's office," Obama said. "And we'll have those in the next few days, and we'll present them. But what I'm absolutely certain about is that our office had no involvement in any dealmaking around my Senate seat. That I'm absolutely certain of."

Another question that Obama's staff didn't answer is how he knows that his office had no involvement if he has yet to gather all the facts about conversations they had with Blagojevich's office. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, transition officials said they do not want to release any information on the internal review until it is completed.

The normally press-friendly Emanuel has shut down reporters who've been trailing his every move trying to confirm if he's the "president-elect adviser" referred to in the criminal complaint against Blagojevich. Emanuel grew testy with a Chicago Sun Times reporter who approached him at his children's recital and an ABC News cameraman who had been staking out the Emanuel home for hours and was allowed to come in and use the bathroom.

Emanuel told the cameraman he's angry at the networks who have put his home address on national television.

"I'm getting regular death threats," Emanuel said, according to an ABC report. "You've intruded too much."

The Sun-Times reported that Emanuel pushed aside the reporter's recorder and said he wouldn't talk. "I'm not going to say a word to you. I'm going to do this with my children," he said.

The spotlight has fallen on Emanuel in part because conversations secretly recorded by federal investigators suggest Blagojevich wanted to raised large charitable donations in exchange for a favor involving the Illinois 5th District congressional seat that Emanuel plans to vacate to work in the White House.

The complaint says that a week after Obama chose Emanuel as his chief of staff, Blagojevich told an aide that he wanted the unnamed "president-elect advisor" to be told of the governor's interest in creating a nonprofit group, and "can you guys help him . . . raise 10, 15 million"?

Quoting Blagojevich talking about the adviser, it continues: "When 'he asks me for the Fifth CD thing I want it to be in his head.'" The complaint says Blagojevich was trying to determine whether he had the power to appoint an interim replacement until a special election for Emanuel's seat could be held.

But Blagojevich was wrong if he thought he might have that power. By law, House vacancies can be filled only by elections.

The complaint does not say that a conversation with the Obama adviser took place, nor does it suggest that the Obama team took any action regarding Blagojevich's idea for a nonprofit.

Associated Press writer Lara Jakes Jordan contributed to this report.

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Prosecutors: Illinois Gov. Blagojevich had sights on Warren Buffett

Who is John Harris ( Gov. Blagojevich Chief of Staff) ?

Local News Coverage of the Gov. Blagojevich Scandal

Jesse Jackson Jr.Denies part in Blagojevich scandal - Video

Scarborough pushes close relationship between Obama, Axelrod, Blagojevich, and Rahm Emanuel

Obama met with Governor Rod Blagojevich in Early November 2008

Globalist Constitutional Convention Dealt a Defeat in Ohio
Kurt Nimmo
Saturday, Dec 13, 2008

The global elite will not rest until they have undermined the last bastion that stands in their way as they attempt to dominate and subjugate of the once great republic of the United States — the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Montreal university Quebec police Armed Universite explosion

Reports: Armed man inside Montreal university

The Canadian Press

MONTREAL — Montreal police are at a downtown university amid reports that an armed man is inside.

Some people say they heard what sounded like gunshots but police can't confirm the source of the noise.

Several ambulances are also at the Universite du Quebec in Montreal in case of casualties.

Police say they received calls about a loud bang inside the building housing the university's education faculty, which is near the busy Berri-UQAM subway station.

Some students say they heard rumours police are looking for an armed man.

Authorities say there is no trace of any blood.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Alex Jones mp3 Radio Show download December 2008

courtesy of Charka71 's torrents

Sunday December 06, 2008.

Listen to the Sunday Edition of Alex's nationally syndicated broadcast, a round-up of the week past and the one ahead. On today's show, Alex talks with Kurt Nimmo, Infowars editor and journalist, who discusses the latest revelations in the Mumbai terrorism case.

---Story Headline & link---
Arrest Provides More Evidence India, Israel, and the U.S. Behind Mumbai Attacks

Hour-1: News and Kurt Nimmo

Hour-2: News and open lines
(Change the " .htm " to " .mp3 " on the two above files after download)

Monday December 08, 2008.

Alex talks with Samuel R. Damewood of the Appleseed Project, dedicated to training riflemen in the tradition of American Liberty. Other guests include Betty Martini, founder of the worldwide volunteer force, Mission Possible International, which is committed to removing the deadly chemical aspartame from our food, and YouTube video producer John Watkins, AKA NufffRespect, who has confronted YouTube censorship and dirty tricks with counters and honors.

Hour-1: News and Paul Watson

Hour-2: Samuel Damewood

Hour-3: Samuel Damewood then Betty Martini

Hour-4: Betty Martini then NufffRespect

Tuesday December 09, 2008.

Alex's special guest is former Pakistan ISI head Hamid Gul. who told CNN that the Mumbai attacks and 9/11 were inside jobs. Other guests include Greg Pound, the Florida father who had his children kidnapped by the Department of Children and Families, and Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue who is investigating his brother's death at a federal prison four months after the Murrah Building was destroyed in Oklahoma City.

Hour-1: General Hamid Gul

Hour-2: Paul Watson then Greg Pound and Bruce Bendt

Hour-3: Greg Pound and Bruce Bendt then Jesse Trentadue

Hour-4: Jesse Trentadue

Greg Pound's website is


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Axelrod Blagojevich Obama Jackson Senate Seat

Obama's Blagojevich Gate -
Lying / Cover-up Even Before Taking Office!!

Video: Scarborough pushes close relationship between Obama, Axelrod, Blagojevic, and Rahm Emanuel (1-3)

Obama met with Governor Rod Blagojevich in Early November 2008

David Axelrod admits that Obama talked about appointment to his vacated Senate Seat!

Axelrod Denies Barack Obama Met With Rod Blagojevich- Here is the Cache of the now missing article

Obama calls for Illinois governor to resign - Wink Wink, I'll Pardon Ya later...Just be quiet !

Chicago reporter suggests Rahm Emanuel may have ‘tipped’ off federal investigators about Blagojevich.

Raw Video: Gov. Blagojevich Heads Back Into Work - AP (Note the yawn)

Jesse Jackson Jr named as man who tried to 'buy' Obama's seat

When FBI Called, Governor ( Blagojevich) Asked: 'Is This A Joke?'

Alex Jones Kelly Sweeney MP3 Radio Show Download DEC 10, 2008

DEC 10, 2008

Alex talks with Master Mariner Captain Kelly Sweeney,
head of Maritime Headhunters, about Somali piracy.

Alex Jones /Kelly Sweeney Download DEC 10, 2008.mp3

From the Bridge: Authentic Modern Sea Stories


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Monday, December 8, 2008

donofrio supreme obama citizenship court citizen DEC 8, 2008

DEC 8, 2008

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has turned down an emergency appeal from a New Jersey man who says President-elect Barack Obama is ineligible to be president because he was a British subject at birth.

The court did not comment on its order Monday rejecting the call by Leo Donofrio of East Brunswick, N.J., to intervene in the presidential election. Donofrio says that since Obama had dual nationality at birth — his mother was American and his Kenyan father at the time was a British subject — he cannot possibly be a "natural born citizen," one of the requirements the Constitution lists for eligibility to be president.

Donofrio also contends that two other candidates, Republican John McCain and Socialist Workers candidate Roger Calero, also are not natural-born citizens and thus ineligible to be president.

At least one other appeal over Obama's citizenship remains at the court. Philip J. Berg of Lafayette Hill, Pa., argues that Obama was born in Kenya, not Hawaii as Obama says and the Hawaii secretary of state has confirmed. Berg says Obama also may be a citizen of Indonesia, where he lived as a boy. Federal courts in Pennsylvania have dismissed Berg's lawsuit.