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Building the PanopticonThis is an issue I have been watching unfold for many years now. It is an issue that crops up whenever authorities seek additional powers over the internet or additional means to circumvent the Constitution, like national security letters. There are people who have made their way into positions of power within the government who seem to be seeking the power to control all aspects of the internet, and as such, people's lives. They want to control who you know, how they allow you to interact with others, what you can do, what you can see, and even control what you can say. It is already fairly easy for anyone, including state agencies, to see what you are doing on any computerized device using Van Eck Ph
Review of the 1st Presidential DebateThe first Presidential debate has wrapped up, and much of the country is in a flurry. Overall, I think both did well, but Donald Trump had made some non squetor statements. Hillary looked to be well rested and recovered from her bout with Phemonia and Donald Trump did not really resort to name-calling in the debate. It was a nice clean debate, and had some sparring back and forth. With Lester Holt moderating the debate, they had a tight ship to deal with. Here's a look back at the highlights and the issues that they discussed.
In the section of America's national security, Trump slammed Clinton on her deals with Iran and letting ISIS grow unchecked. Hillary accused him in this segment about being for the Iraq War, when Trump expicitly said that he was against it. It was quite a suprise that Hillary did not use the woman card in the debate, yet she called Donald Trump out on his alleged mistreatment of women and his female employees. Donald Trum
Egyptian President Nasser on Muslim BrotherhoodIn recent times the conception of the Middle East by people in the Western world is increasingly that since the arrival of Islam that it has consistently been a traditionalist and backwards region. However in the 20th century there were efforts in multiple Middle Eastern countries to break the perception held by outsiders of their societies being backwards by promoting a secular society and abandoning support for traditional cultural elements promoted by supporters of Islamic religious society deemed to be archaic and out of touch with the realities of the modern world. The two major Middle Eastern countries that led this were Egypt and Turkey. Egypt being the most populous Arab country in the Middle East, had immense influence on the politics of nearby Arab countries Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria that emulated Egypt by establishing secular societies while others like Saudi Arabia maintained a staunchly traditionalist Islamic society.
In the film below Egyptian President Gamal Nasser ridicu
Presidential Religions - OMG!Although we've had Barak Obama as a president for three years, there are still people (primarily closet racists) who continue to believe that because his parents gave him the middle name "Hussein", he is a Muslim. The logic behind that escapes me completely. That's like giving a baby the name Jesus and expecting him to crawl on water. If people's parents can determine their children's choices by the names they give them, what about those who call their children Shithead (pronounced Sheh-taid') or Asshole (Ash-ol'-ay). If your parents name you Noah are you destined to build an ark? If you're named John does it make you a toilet? Apparently some people think so. That's enough of that, now just stop it.Presidential Religions - OMG! by katiejo911
And so we travel into the realm of Christianity. Listening to Rick Santorum (That sounds like sanitarium. Does that make him crazy?) you'd think he was a Bible Believer Baptist. He
Khader Adnan: His dignity. Our shame.Editor's Desk, New in Ceasefire - Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2012 10:25Khader Adnan: His dignity. Our shame. by Quadraro
Editorial | Khader Adnan: His dignity. Our shame.
This week, Khader Adnan entered his third month of a hunger strike
against his unlawful detention and mistreatment at the hands of the Israeli military.
The deafening silence by world leaders and media at his plight shames us all.
By Hicham Yezzais (editor-in-chief of Ceasefire Magazine UK)
Palestinians protest in solidarity with Khader Adnan
Somewhere in the Middle East, a 33-year old man is today entering the 60th day of a hunger strike.
He is currently lying – as he has done for weeks – with one hand, and one leg,
shackled to his hospital bed. By the time you read this, he could be dead.
Of course, had he been an Iranian opposition journalist
Protest Rock AnthemOccupiers in the street tonight,Protest Rock Anthem by BullMoose1912
Everybody, let's fight the good fight.
And we'll be fighting for our rights,
Until our leaders fine'ly see the light.
We will protest with all our might
So let us occupy all day and all night.
So if you think our system isn't right.
We just wanna see you protest.
Every day I'm protesting.
White ticketWhite ticket by maximartiskosmo
....Oh no, my experience was fantastic - it was wonderful time, 'cause i was more like a guest star...First of all they have invited me to medical university clinic for free, while other were need to pay for about a 1000USD It was a contract - they were need a crazy artist for dissertation research and i were need to stay away from Russian government = so we helped each other... I could go outside and visit art exhibitions, watch new films on a big screen, 'cause it was a capitol of the region - huge town - cultural center... In return i were need to share my thought with students, make a few exhibition of my own art to professors and i even played on piano...It was wonderful... Also clinic curator was and still have reputation of Russian Jung or Freud - so it was interesting to talk with such folks... and nurses was sexy as well as some professor's assistants) However fellow with heart in head ( the one who is reading on "Soul key"( http://fav.me/d4kxqe) ), has been created
Why Occupy Wall Street SucksAfter months of protesting the wrong people, the Occupy Wall Street movement finally got a clue and went to Washington D.C. on January 16 to stage Occupy Congress.Why Occupy Wall Street Sucks by BlameThe1st
And boy was it a real bust!
Despite the liberal media praising it, the protest only managed to garner a few hundred protesters instead of the over ten thousand it claimed it was going to have. Add the fact that donations have been dwindling and protests across the country have been getting evicted, and the Occupy movement could very well be going through its death throes.
People keep asking me why I don't support the Occupy movement. After all, my hero
SOPA and PIPA US anthem(Felt like it was begging a rewrite of the national anthem )SOPA and PIPA US anthem by Lil-Hawk
Oh say can you see through corruption and spite
Through the quest for the green, the almighty dollar won
By depriving us of constitutional rights
Those who carry our torch have no interest but their own
And the protests that flared, and the outcries unheard
They could have had hope had our "leadership" cared
So stand helpless as freedom spins in its grave
In a land run by greed and the purely depraved.
KILL SOPA AND PIPA
Fighting IntoleranceMy fellow Americans and Swiss, and Provolone, and even that fellow over there from Tibet:Fighting Intolerance by HaveTales-WillTell
No more shall we, as the saying goes, stand alone! It is time to let our pressers I mean, oppressors know that their rancid regime is about to rind down excuse me, wind down.
For far too long, we cheeses have been treated as second-class foods. Grains and meats garner all the glory, while we languish half-forgotten in the endmost dairy case. It's no surprise that many of us suffer from low self-esteem! And occasionally, heartburn.
Some people will actually go out of their way to avoid us! What have we done to earn such scorn? We are certainly not ashamed of our history and our heritage as curdled milk. Perhaps there is a subtler, more sinister reason?
(By the way, who let in the representative from Limburg? Somebody, please, open a window!)
Well, no more shall we allow them to string us along; we demand our own thick slice on the pantheon of foods! We are
Political MachinationsThe Lever:Political Machinations by HaveTales-WillTell
Where it all begins if enough gullible voters can be convinced to pull one.
The Wheel & Axle:
A combination that's supposed to get things moving, but which often only leads to spinning in circles.
What political parties drive between each other, to justify their continued existence.
The Inclined Plane:
Yet another off-kilter research project that'll never take off, except as it helps ramp up the defense budget.
A device for providing legislators enough rope with which to hang themselves.
Political ManeuveringNewton's laws of motion, as applied to Capitol Hill:Political Maneuvering by HaveTales-WillTell
The 1st Law:
A legislative body at rest remains at rest, and a legislative body in motion remains at rest.
The 2nd Law:
The forcefulness of a protest is based on the size of its membership, multiplied by their level of aggravation. In other words, F = ma.
The 3rd Law:
For every activist, there is an equal and opposite reactionary.
Top 10 Epic Fails of 2011No doubt 2011 has been a year of epic fail. So allow me to list what I consider to be the Top 10 epic fails of 2011:Top 10 Epic Fails of 2011 by BlameThe1st
#10: Weinergate "Scandal"
You know what I consider the worst part about Weinergate?
It's not that Anthony Weiner tweeted his junk to a female constituent. Politicians have always been involved with sex scandals here in America since Jefferson. And for the most part, I could care less. Ron Paul could go Hugh Hefner on us and date a Playboy bunny every day of the week, and I'd still support his noninterventionist foreign policy and opposition to the Patriot Act.
And it's not that libtarded moonbats like Rachel Maddow and Cenk Ugyur were quick to defend the man, only to wipe egg off their faces once he confessed.
No. the worst part was undoubtedly the Republicans. As was expected, the "Moral Majority" was quick t