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By JG Vibes
May 18, 2013
Just moments ago I received word from a friend at the protest that police have disrupted the gathering and have arrested a number of activists, including Adam Kokesh and organizer N.A Poe.
Mark Passio, host of the “What on Earth is Happening” podcast and primary organizer of the “Free Your Mind Conference” was also handcuffed and temporarily detained by police, simply for passing out informational flyers to those who were interested, he was not in possession of any drugs, nor was he involved in the civil disobedience aspect of this event. Yet he was still given a citation for handing out flyer’s in a public area.
N.A Poe is the organizer of the event, and Adam Kokesh has become a regular speaker and promoter, each of them lighting up with hundreds of other freedom seekers each month. Every time so far there has been no police interference, but after getting national attention for their efforts on April 20th, they must have embarrassed the local government and police, resulting in this show of force today.
Below is a video from the most successful smokedown, which took place last month:
In this video host and organizer N.A Poe is violently kidnapped by men in costumes:
In this video Adam Kokesh is violently kidnapped by men in costumes:
N.A Poe hosts a regular show called “The Panic Hour” and is a very active freedom fighter in the Philadelphia area.
Adam Kokesh has recently stirred up some controversy with the armed march on Washington DC that he is planning for the 4th of July. In that protest he is risking up to 5 years in prison, and if this is any indication it looks like he is willing to put his money where his mouth is so to speak.
At today’s smokedown there were signs posted all around the perimeter, basically threatening anyone who had drugs on them with violence and kidnap. Despite these threats, mass civil disobedience took place. We will be posting more details on this situation and the other arrests as more details become available.
The following post was made Nathan Cox on facebook:
LISTEN UP FOLKS, Adam Kokesh friends, family and supporters.
Adam Kokesh of AdamVsTheMan has been taken captive NOT by the Philly Police but by Federal PARK POLICE. I just spoke with a woman in the Park Police (215-597-7077) who spoke with her supervisor for me.
Her supervisor said that the Park Police have taken him to 401 NORTH 21st Street which is the 9th District. They do NOT have Positive ID on him right now and if they can’t get positive ID within the next 30-45 minutes they will be taking him to a near by FEDERAL DETENTION Center.
I was told that if people go to that location they MIGHT be able to help get him out (possibly by ID’ing him.. IDK)
So the 9th District’s # is: 215-686-3090
If you are on the ground up there you need to SURROUND that building IMMEDIATELY.
MELT the phone lines.
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J.G. Vibes is the author of an 87 chapter counter-culture textbook called Alchemy of the Modern Renaissance, a staff writer, reporter for Intellihub.com and Executive Producer of the Bob Tuskin Radio Show. You can keep up with his work, which includes free podcasts, free e-books & free audiobooks at his website www.aotmr.com
Adan Salazar | Morgan makes a near 180, declares American government “vaguely tyrannical.”
Source: Bengazi: OBAMA IMPEACHMENT? BANK RUNS & HYPERINFLATION – Greg Hunter & David Quintieri
Angelina Jolie’s revelation that she had a double mastectomy to reduce her chances of breast cancer has provoked a cruel backlash online.
Some have accused her of being an attention seeker — a former sex goddess who’s past her sell-by date and is now trying to use her medical problems to boost her public profile.
Others — and I fall firmly into this category — believe it was incredibly courageous to share the details of her dramatic surgery, especially when it’s not yet over. She is due to have a hysterectomy and her ovaries removed to reduce her risk of ovarian cancer.
She is doing it for her children, she says. She did not want them to suffer as she did losing her mother to breast cancer when she was just 56.
But perhaps the most striking thing Angelina said was that she did not feel any less of a woman after having her breasts removed. ‘I feel empowered that I made a strong choice that in no way diminishes my femininity.’
Stirring words, but ones, I fear, which may have a rather hollow ring for the 122,000 British women who have mastectomies, breast surgery or hysterectomies each year. For most, these operations herald a staggering diminution of one’s sense of self and femininity, not to mention the crippling fatigue and terrible depression that often follows such radical surgery.
Not Angelina, apparently. Four days after her breasts were removed, we are told she was working with ‘bountiful energy’ on a new film project, while six surgical drains dangled from her chest, fastened to an elastic belt.
She even accompanied Foreign Secretary William Hague to the Congo to highlight rape in war zones.
Brave or deluded? If Angelina wanted to set a more honest example, she would not behave like Lara Croft. She would slow down, take time to recuperate and nurture herself back to full strength over a period of months.
To imply, as she has done, that it is possible to bounce back in a few days places an unfair burden on those women who struggle physically and mentally in the aftermath of such major and life-changing surgery.
Instead of the sympathy and understanding they deserve from bosses, colleagues, friends and family, there is a worry they will now be expected to ‘bounce back’ in a few days, too.
I’ve no doubt Angelina is sincere in her devotion to her children, but the best thing she could do for them — and for all families in the same position — is to acknowledge what a traumatic ordeal she has been through and take time off work to rest and recover and just be a mum. I, for one, would admire her all the more.
Kate Moss says her beauty regime is little more than plunging her face into icy water. Any chance she could keep it there?
Announcing his retirement, David Beckham says he’s hurt that some people don’t celebrate what a brilliant footballer he was and instead remember the ‘other things’.
What ‘other things’? That affair with Rebecca Loos? The red card for kicking Diego Simeone in the 1998 World Cup? The over-stuffed pants? Or just the awesome greed in promoting Brand Beckham?
Take your pick.
His wife Victoria says he is ‘not just an inspiration to myself and our children, but millions of people worldwide’.
To millions more, Beckham will always be the Tony Blair of football — a good-looking and gifted bloke who, spurred on by a ghastly and grasping wife, morphed into a preening egotist who was far more interested in making millions on the global stage than on public service to his country.
When John Cleese fell in love with jewellery designer Jennifer Wade it was because she was a happy, jeans-wearing, down-to-earth girl — albeit one who was 32 years his junior. So how surprising to see Jennifer, now his fourth wife, at the premiere of The Great Gatsby looking pencil-thin, scowling and wearing an extravagant designer gown.
I do hope Cleese remembered to get a proper pre-nup this time.
+ The Beeb was forced to make a grovelling apology for its disgraceful Newsnight programme that wrongly accused the Armed Forces’ charity Help For Heroes of misusing funds.
The charity estimated the resulting damaging publicity cost them £100,000 in lost donations. Forget the apology, the BBC should refund them the money.
+ Alan Hansen quits Match Of The Day, for which he was paid £1.5 million, just as we learn Gary Lineker has renegotiated a seven-figure deal. What a pointless waste of our money. You could get an orangutan to present a football show and men would still watch it in their millions.
Only one low-ranking social worker has been sacked after six men were imprisoned for grooming, trafficking, drugging and repeatedly raping girls as young as 11. One mother cried: ‘Someone needs to take the blame.’
And she’s right. The villains of this piece are not just the men who abused her daughter, but the social workers who turned a blind eye despite the wealth of evidence and the police who failed to protect the young victims even when they found the courage to report their abuse.
And yet, I can’t help feeling that some of the blame must also lie with the mothers and fathers of these girls.
Yes, as one of the victims’ parents describe in the Mail today, the girls were often impossibly hard to control. But the first line of defence for any child must surely be their family — however difficult that duty may be.
(Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.) Videos linked or embedded may contain foul language and violence.
No one saw the sign that said, “No White People Allowed After Dark.” Maybe because it was dark. Or maybe it did not exist.
So when a white family pulled into a Baton Rouge gas station in a black neighborhood 10 p.m. Sunday night after a Mother’s Day celebration, they had no idea they were in danger. But they were.
Donald Dickerson, a black man, told them so, right before the assault began that would leave the father with a broken face, the mother unconscious, and the daughter badly bruised.
All because they were the wrong color in the wrong place.
WAFB television news captures the crime from police reports. The spokesman for the police department said a man wearing a pink shirt was in line trying to pay for gas when Donald Dickerson, 41, started making fun of him, leading to an argument.
“The defendant (Dickerson) approached the white male victim,” the police report stated.
It went on to read, “the defendant told him he was in the wrong neighborhood and he was not going to make it out.” The victim said that’s when he “was punched and knocked to the ground.”
At this time, his wife got out of the car and ran to help her husband. The victim said, “he continued to struggle with the defendant and was eventually knocked unconscious, which later he awoke in the hospital.”
His wife told police, “after running to help her husband, she remembers falling to the ground and (being) knocked unconscious.”
According to a close family friend, that’s when the couple’s teenage daughter got out of the car to check on her parents and, “observed a female punch her mother in the face, when her mother then fell to the concrete, hitting her head on the surface.”
The daughter was also punched in the face.
The man suffered a broken eye socket, a broken nose and several cuts on the face, said the police report.
Dickerson was charged with a felony and taken to jail. The other two involved in the assault were charged with misdemeanors, given tickets at the scene, and released.
No one has been charged with a hate crime.
Police have not identified the victim or his family. So no one has had a chance to ask if he was aware he was in a black neighborhood. Or if he ever heard of Routine Activities Theory. Otherwise known as R.A.T.
R.A.T. played a central role last year in a Chicago court room where the city had to pay a white woman $22.5 million after she was arrested, then released into a black neighborhood in Chicago.
She was assaulted and tossed – or jumped – from a seven-story building, leaving her with permanent brain damage.
Harvard sociology professor Robert Sampson, one of the country’s top experts on R.A.T., testified the R.A.T. made it clear that a white person in a black neighborhood can reasonably expect to meet with violence.
The judge explained R.A.T. by saying the victim “was a white female in a predominantly black, poor neighborhood (and) she had a much higher risk of predatory victimization.”
Judge Frank Easterbrook went on: “She was lost, unable to appreciate her danger and dressed in a manner to attract attention. She is white and well-off while the local population is predominantly black and not affluent, causing her to stand out as a person unfamiliar with the environment and, thus, a potential target for crime.”
The city said R.A.T. was thinly disguised racial profiling and had no business at trial. But at the trial, R.A.T and race were everywhere – no matter how hard the city worked to keep it out. No matter how dedicated local media were to ignoring it.
Easterbrook said the situation was so transparently dangerous that Chicago police “might as well have released her into the lions’ den at the Brookfield Zoo.”
There is no indication that Dickerson knew anything about a competing theory called Critical Race Theory, popularized by one of Barack Obama’s professors at Harvard, Derrick Bell.
This theory says that white people, good or bad, are racist. As is every institution in America. Permanently.
For the more academically inclined, this explanation from the UCLA School of Public Affairs may be more complete:
Critical Race Theory recognizes that racism is engrained in the fabric and system of the American society. The individual racist need not exist to note that institutional racism is pervasive in the dominant culture. This is the analytical lens that CRT uses in examining existing power structures. CRT identifies that these power structures are based on white privilege and white supremacy, which perpetuates the marginalization of people of color.
This theory is popular with educators at all levels of school.
At first, the R.A.T. and C.R.T. might seem conflicting. But if you think about it, it is plain they both predict a similar result for white people who accidentally end up in black neighborhoods. At night. When there are no warning signs.
(Space.com) The moon has a new hole on its surface thanks to a boulder that slammed into it in March, creating the biggest explosion scientists have seen on the moon since they started monitoring it.
The meteorite crashed on March 17, slamming into the lunar surface at a mind-boggling 56,000 mph (90,000 kph) and creating a new crater 65 feet wide (20 meters). The crash sparked a bright flash of light that would have been visible to anyone looking at the moon at the time with the naked eye, NASA scientists say.
“On March 17, 2013, an object about the size of a small boulder hit the lunar surface in Mare Imbrium,” Bill Cooke of NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office said in a statement. “It exploded in a flash nearly 10 times as bright as anything we’ve ever seen before.”
(LiveScience) Invasive fire ants have been a thorn in the sides of Southerners for years. But another invasive species, the so-called “crazy” ant — that many describe as being worse — has arrived and is displacing fire ants in several places.
“When you talk to folks who live in the invaded areas, they tell you they want their fire ants back,” said Edward LeBrun, a researcher at the University of Texas at Austin, in a statement from the school. “Fire ants are in many ways very polite. They live in your yard. They form mounds and stay there, and they only interact with you if you step on their mound.”
Crazy ants, on the other hand, “go everywhere,” invading homes and nesting in walls and crawlspaces, even damaging electrical equipment by swarming inside appliances.
(GovExec.com) Huma Abedin remained Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff when she came back from maternity leave in June 2012, even though she worked part-time from her home in New York and was allowed to start a side gig as a consultant. Abedin was paid $135,000 by the State Department in 2012 as a “special government employee,” Politico reports. As The New York Times’ Raymond Hernandez explains, Abedin was not legally obligated to declare her income from consulting because she had become a part-time State Department worker, even though in official documents she continued to be described with her old title.
(The Hill) Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Friday urged congressional leaders to raise the debt limit and insisted that the White House is not going to negotiate over the increase because lawmakers have “no choice.”
“We will not negotiate over the debt limit,” Lew wrote. “The creditworthiness of the United States is non-negotiable. The question of whether the country must pay obligations it has already incurred is not open to debate.”
Lew said that while President Obama is willing to discuss plans to reduce the nation’s deficit with Congress, those talks must be kept separate from any effort to raise the nation’s debt cap.