October 09, 2009

WTF? Obama's Peace prize aint shit!

I swear the first thing that came to my mind when I read the headlines of Obama's Peace prize that it was an April fool's joke of some sort. I even had to check my calendar to make sure.

Obama's award was given to him out of pure politics. Just like the Nobel Prize in economics given to Paul Krugman (a complete moron when it come's to economics) this "peace" prize is a slap in the face to those who are truly trying to promote peace in the world.

Obama is the current Caesar, emperor of the biggest empire on earth and commander of the largest terrorist organization (the US state) known to man. On January 26th it was reported that Obama ordered an attack in Pakistan that murdered 4 children! These murders took place during the 11-day period that was used to evaluate his merits for the peace prize. How the hell do any of these actions even imply promoting peace?

Dr. King suffered all sorts of attacks, jail time, insults, death threats (and worse) before he was honored with the Nobel peace prize. I guess the Nobel committee and their prize is not worth a damn anymore!

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January 19, 2009

Happy Birthday Dr. King... now lets put him on our Money

Back in April of 2005 I originally created this design showing what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would look like on a US $20 dollar bill. This was inspired by the movement to Put Dr. King on the 20. Being that today we celebrate his birthday and local AM radio stations are playing his "I Have A Dream" speech in it's entirety, I wanted to bring this campaign back to the forefront.

I guess the creators of this movement chose the $20 because President Andrew Jackson is the only non-Hamiltonian depicted in a widely circulated federal reserve note (and because he killed lots of innocent indians too). I personally would LOVE to have Dr. King replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10... but as long as the central bank exists they will not part with their patron saint. So Andrew Jackson is slim pickings for being replaced by one of the giants of the civil rights, anti-war, pro-peace and brotherhood movement.

Spread the word!

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December 06, 2008

Abe Lincoln the Tyrant

In response to Robert who wrote a comment on my last post, I had to reprint my response:

I appreciate your comment Robert. You gotta take a second look into the war between the states to really get my point. Never do I endorse nor support slavery in any way. But simple and plain... Abe Lincoln did not wage the war to free the slaves nor did Able care for their well-being or equal rights (he wanted to deport them back to Africa!) The war was about taxes (money). There is ample evidence that supports this. If you believe that the "Civil War" was about slavery than you must also believe that the Iraq war was about WMDs.

My point is that a so-called Catholic high school is putting a war-monger up on a pedestal as a model for proper conduct. It makes no sense because Jesus Christ was obviously anti-war (and anti-state for that matter).

During the 1860's there were many abolitionists (those who were working towards abolishing slavery) who were also anti-war, especially Lincoln's war of aggression. Read up on Lysander Spooner as a great example.

The brutality and viciousness of that war, then using the slaves as a scapegoat towards the end is what lead to the creation of the Klu Klux Klan by disgruntled and defeated Democrats. (For every action you get an equal and opposite reaction.)

Why do you think Dr. King's non-violent civil rights movement was so successful? The 1960's did more for equal rights than Lincoln's so called emancipation ever could. Lincoln used war, terror, homicide and humiliation to achieve his goals. Dr. King used love, peace, brotherhood, community-bonds and civilized discourse to help free those who were oppressed. (Peaceful action eventually reaps a peaceful reaction, like Obama being elected, makes sense?) The motivations and the results from both campaigns are like night and day.

We will eventually stop worshiping President Lincoln when we all realize the truth about this Republican, homicidal tyrant who disregarded the constitution and human life as well.

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May 02, 2008

USA - Greatest perpetrator of Violence in the World

Its kind of shocking when you see our country's laundry list of acts of homicide spelled out like this. As explained over at lewrockwell.com:

Shortly after the 9/11 attacks on the US, Robert Elias who is a professor of politics at the University of San Francisco wrote a paper outlining the terror tactics of the American government on foreign countries. Regardless of how one feels about his point in the essay on why the 9/11 attacks occurred, one must be horrified at the actions of our government that he marshaled into evidence in his article.

He pointed out that the US has used "Weapons of Mass Destruction" around the world on innocent civilian populations. These are American bombs, both nuclear and conventional, used indiscriminately for no military objective. The targets are civilian centers and the victims are simply called "collateral damage."



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I don't agree with Obama's reverend when he said "G-d damn America" but I do agree with his rightful criticism of our nation's foreign policy. These are views that the late great Dr. King shared. The same Dr. King who's birthday is a national holiday once declared "America is the greatest perpetrator of violence in the world today".

This is only a reflection of us, the American People. (And this is supposed to be a so-called "Christian nation.")

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April 12, 2005

Put Dr. King on our Moolah

If you're like us, you know that Andrew Jackson's Native American Butchering ass has overstayed his welcome on our currency. With Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. having his own birthday declared a national holiday, countless boulevards named in his honor, and the new memorial being built in D.C. (please donate to the project, click here), it's a no-brainer that he deserves to be the next great American to be immortalized on our money. To join the national movement to put Dr. King on the 20 Dollar bill go to www.putkingonthe20.com and show your support.

Now, if only we can convince Dr. King's family to ease up on the copyrights to his speeches so people could spread his message of non-violence and world peace through art, movies, and the web!

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