Aug 2, 2006

I Believe...

it may not much better today...

Vanity Fair - Huff and Puff - Pentagon Style

and that they continue to be less than truthful - 9/11 Panel Suspected Deception by Pentagon

PS: How 'bout them chicken hawks strong on defense?

WASHINGTON Aug 1, 2006 (AP)— More than two-thirds of the Army National Guard's 34 brigades are not combat ready, mostly because of equipment shortages that will cost up to $21 billion to correct, the top National Guard general said Tuesday.

58 Comments:

Anonymous roger rancourt said...

I'll find some way to blame this on Jews too and get right back to you Fitz.

3:33 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB and Fitz:
I think whoever is using other bloggers identities to post should be banned from this blog! They are making nasty remarks using others names!

3:49 PM  
Anonymous repug trolls make me sick said...

Troll impersonating Roger Rancourt at 4:33

3:49 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

SPB

I agree with S-Q! Some Psycho Troll is obviously trying to cause trouble! I've been impersonated and believe me at 2:40 am I am not on the computer I am fast asleep!
Obviously If it were the real me, I would sign in to my Blogger Account.

3:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To s-q: I would not like it either if somebody was posting garbage and using a name I had chosen for myself. But, most of the people who either post here or read here on a regular basis, recognize when an imposter is posting. I think the person (people) who do this, do it to aggravate and provoke. Stupid frat-boy tricks. I wonder if it would be possible to ban them from the blog?

4:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Man. the blog has gone bonkers. The freaks come out at night and even during the day! I guess they forgot to take their meds!

Folks,

You have to expect more weirdness on this blog as the smurf's case becomes near! You have to expect that this blog is open to the public and trolls, psycho ward patients, knuckleheads, and so on will pollute this blog... If you have to decipher who is real and who is not!

4:06 PM  
Anonymous TRUTH IS KNOCKING said...

Oh Dr. Evil-weevil--- Zionist, Brits, and Americans are all to blame.

You know, it is really odd how Georgie would go see the Pope before elections but John Kerry didn't....and he's Catholic. Don't you think that is odd? When ole W. isn't?

What was the name of the Father that was victim #1 on the WTC list? Funny how his body was shown in tack to everyone on t.v.---wasn't he on the ground floor when he was hit by debris, not long after the impact?

Drum the images of the planes crashing and buildings collapsing, the Father being carried out dead to the church but the old church survives intact..mind control, instill fear for a (false flag)attack.

Mass Murderers. Prez, top cop, mayor, everyone at the top had to know, didn't they? Mass Murderers.

4:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Ha ha ha:

Expect the blog to be the new version of the Twilight Zone! Man, I thought last night of some of trolls on the blog was from the movie: "One flew over the cookoo's nest!"

4:10 PM  
Anonymous neocons in hell said...

Bush, Cheney and other EVIL NeoCons have a lot of BLOOD on their hands!!
Believe me, they will pay in the afterlife.
For them, SATAN is calling...

4:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This is really interesting!

From TPMMuckraker:

GOP Donors Funded Entire PA Green Party Drive
By Paul Kiel - August 2, 2006, 4:00 PM


OK, we've done it. We've nailed it down: Every single contributor to the Pennsylvania Green Party Senate candidate is actually a conservative -- except for the candidate himself.
The Luzerne County Green Party raised $66,000 in the month of June in order to fund a voter signature drive. The Philly Inquirer reported yesterday that $40,000 came from supporters of Rick Santorum's campaign (or their housemates). Also yesterday, we confirmed that another $15,000 came from GOP donors and conservatives. Only three contributions, totaling $11,000, remained as possible legit donations.
Today, I confirmed that those came from GOP sources.
- The Green Party listed a $1,000 check from a Bill Wickerman of Covington & Burling. There is no such person. However, a Bill Wichterman works there. He's a Republican lobbyist who has also given to Santorum this campaign.
- James Holman, who in the past has supported GOP House candidate Howard Kaloogian, Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS), and Rep. J.D. Hayworth (R-AZ), was incorrectly listed by the Greens as "James Howmen." He disclosed that he was an editor at the San Diego Review; a James Holman is the publisher there.
- The Green Party disclosed that a "Franklin Schoneman" of Pottsville, Pa. gave $5,000. A "Franklin Schoeneman" of Pottsville has given $8,000 to Santorum so far this election.
That leaves only one contribution, for $30, as a legitimate donation from a Green Party supporter. That came from the candidate himself, Carl Romanelli. He made it to his own campaign fund, not the local Green Party.
Romanelli's latest FEC report shows his campaign currently has $17.20 on hand.

4:19 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Expect the blog to be the new version of the Twilight Zone! Man, I thought last night of some of trolls on the blog was from the movie: "One flew over the cookoo's nest!"
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SPB:
Your screenplay will need a new title now. Perhaps, "Psycho of the Sin and Sinful" or "The Pyscos That Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest"
LOL LMAO Either way it should be a hit!

4:24 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

truth knocking....the good father was administering to a dying man when he was hit by a jumper. I was in NY two days after 9/11. One of my daughter's co-workers husband was a police officer who relayed this to his wife.

4:30 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB...I hope others in PA are paying attentin to this duping. Santorem is a nightmare...just another member of the Christian Wrong at work to deceive
Americans into believing they have their constituents best interest at heart. Yeah, right!

4:40 PM  
Anonymous truth matters said...

http://www.timesunion.com/AspStories/
story.asp?storyID=497698&category=
OPINION&newsdate=7/7/2006&TextPage=1

In the winter of 1933, before Franklin Roosevelt's first inauguration on March 4, there was a clamor in the United States for a military dictatorship. The banks were closing, a quarter of Americans were unemployed, rebellion threatened on the farms.

Only drastic reforms, mandated by the president's power as commander in chief, would save the country. Something like the fascism of Mussolini's Italy, viewed benignly by many Americans in those days because it worked, or so everyone said, would save the country from communist revolution.

As Jonathan Alter reminds us in "The Defining Moment," his brilliant book about FDR's first hundred days, men as different as William Randolph Hearst, financier Bernard Baruch, commentator Lowell Thomas and establishment columnist Walter Lipmann argued for the necessity of dictatorship to reorganize the economy. Both the New Republic and the Commonweal (a Catholic liberal journal) advanced the same thesis.

The call for a military style dictatorship is the ultimate temptation to the greatest treason of a democratic society. Fortunately, FDR resisted the temptation and reformed the American economy by a mix of gradualist changes, like Social Security, and magical fireside chats. Unfortunately, years later he yielded to the temptation to a military dictatorship when he interned Japanese-Americans simply because they were Japanese. In the first case, he resisted the demands of the American people. In the second, he caved into their racist demands, just as Lincoln caved in to such demands and abolished habeas corpus during the Civil War.

The United States is currently caught up in a new campaign for a military dictatorship rule by a military chief with absolute power. The White House, inspired by Vice President Dick Cheney, has argued that in time of great danger, the President has unlimited powers. If he cites national security, he can do whatever he wants -- ignore Congress, disobey laws, disregard the courts, override the Constitution's Bill of Rights, -- without being subject to any review. Separation of powers no longer exists under this view. The President need not consult Congress or the courts, only the vice president, the attorney general and God.
(more)

What floor was the Father on if I may ask? And then, if it does turn out that he was murdered by his countries' own hand (and if you haven't looked at the massive questions, perhaps you should) how would you feel, him being used like that to promote fear and upheaval for war? And yes, I have already grieved over these facts and still do---but too many innocents have died and too many people continue to lie and lie. Who benefited?

4:41 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

My understanding, and my recollection of the footage, is that he was on the ground outside of the first tower.

4:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Grandmanuk:

I think that people in Pennsylvania are hipped to Rick Scrotum's strategy. And by the GOP backing and fully funded the Green Party candidate, Scrotum is finished. That is oldest trick in the book to try to tilt the votes in the favor of the GOP. Hereis the latest poll numbers for Scrotum. That is why the GOP had get a Green Party candidate to push votes to Scrotum:

According to The Hill website:

Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) is losing ground to his Democratic challenger, state Treasurer Bob Casey, a GOP poll to be released today shows.

The Strategic Vision survey, conducted Saturday through Monday, gives Casey a 14-point lead over the second-term senator, with the Democrat at 52 percent and the Republican at 38 percent. Seven percent of the 1,200 likely voters interviewed were undecided.


And regarding Conrad Burns, here is his poll numbers as of July:

Election 2006
Montana Senate
Jon Tester 50%
Conrad Burns 43%

4:55 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

SPB at 5:10

One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest is one of my favorite movies.

But the Cukoo's on this blog that are posting as other bloggers are bad, bad people. The are the gutless,amoral chickenhawks that support Cheney, Bush et al in everything that they do.

The Trolls are losers I know that, too bad that they don't...

4:57 PM  
Anonymous s-q said...

Now look you people. I knocked down so many Long Neck Turtle beers last night at the Rauncho Ranchero Bar and Grill I can't even hardly remember getting kicked out on my ass.

So if I drunk blog later just give me a break if I don't recall it OK?!!!

5:01 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

If you're so dead set on using this blog for character assassination, how about signing your real name instead of trying to implicate someone else in your dirty tricks!

5:10 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Ha, ha, ha:

Expect the unexpect on this blog. One Flew Over the Cookoo's nest is one of my best movies along with "What happened to Baby Jane" with Bette Davis. But, the cookoos on this blog didn't take their meds and decided to hijack this blog big time.. Yes, be prepare for a long hot summer with bunch of freaks between now and until the November election. Yes, some of the comments can be ridiculous to hurtful remarks to the bloggers. But, the trolls are on here to spread the corrupted GOP koolaid agendas!

5:11 PM  
Anonymous donald rumsfeld is a lying asswipe said...

WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said he essentially was too busy to testify at a public hearing on the Iraq war, raising a new furor on Capitol Hill over the three-year-old conflict.

Speaking to Pentagon reporters Wednesday, Rumsfeld said he thought it was enough for him to attend a private briefing with the entire Senate on Thursday. Citing his crowded calendar, he declined the Senate Armed Services Committee's request to testify publicly on Thursday morning.

Rumsfeld suggested that complaints about his decision could be politically motivated.

"Let's be honest: Politics enters into these things, and maybe the person raising the question is interested in that," said Rumsfeld, without identifying anyone. The defense secretary said he had testified in the past and was not reluctant to face off against some of the committee's more vocal war critics, including Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (news, bio, voting record), D-Mass.

Rumsfeld's decision drew protests from committee Democrats who said much had changed in the six months since he last testified and took questions from the committee. The request for his appearance came from the committee chairman, Sen. John Warner (news, bio, voting record), R-Va., and the top Democrat, Sen. Carl Levin (news, bio, voting record) of Michigan.

"America is in deep trouble in Iraq, yet Secretary Rumsfeld refuses to explain and defend his policies in full public view tomorrow," Kennedy said.

"Avoiding a congressional hearing may take the sting out of the process for Secretary Rumsfeld, but it does nothing to reassure the American people or our men and women in uniform that we have a viable policy in Iraq," he said.

Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., wrote Rumsfeld on Wednesday, urging him to change his mind.

"The American people should hear directly from you," said Clinton, who has criticized the administration's handling of the war. Unlike Kennedy, she has not called for Rumsfeld's resignation.

Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Gen. John Abizaid, chief of U.S. Central Command, were to testify.

Rumsfeld last appeared before the committee on Feb. 7, when he and Pace were questioned about the war's strain on the military.

In the six months since, the number of U.S. troops in Iraq has dipped but now is back up to about 133,000, as part of an effort to quell the violence in Baghdad. The total could exceed 135,000 in the weeks and months ahead.

5:16 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

The Trolls are losers I know that, too bad that they don't...
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ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha:

they are nothing but chickenshit chickenhawks! Pathetic!!

5:19 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

S-Q let's hook up one night and cruise the clubs! I always wanted to get my hands on some of that tight little cowboy butt!

5:20 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

SPB

What happened to Baby Jane, also excellent. God, Bette Davis was so creepy in that role!
I suggest that we should do what they did in Cuckoo's Nest. Force all Psycho Trolls to take their Meds and Lobotomies. With the trolls however, how could you tell that they had Lobotomies at all?
They are so brainless to begin with.

5:20 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

This blog supports free and open discussion about politics, but not impersonation or character defamation!! The goal of this blog is to provide a forum where people can come to learn and exchange information.

5:22 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said he essentially was too busy to testify at a public hearing on the Iraq war, raising a new furor on Capitol Hill over the three-year-old conflict."

Now, that is certainly an asswipe! Rummy is too busy to testify at a public hearing yet he is not busy stealing from the American people, scamming the American people with fake flu and bird flu virus shots, and received 5 million from company who make birdflu virus shots!


Whomever does becomes assign as the Specisl Prosecutor to invstigate the Pentagon and Rummy, my recommendation to notto give the old fart and bastard a plea deal!

5:22 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

ha, ha, ha:

If you think Bette Davis' movie was creepy, try watching another classic movie: The Bad Seed with Patti McCormick. I'm sorry. I am into classic movies.. I can go on and on about favorite classic movies. And they certainly don't make movies like that today.


"Force all Psycho Trolls to take their Meds and Lobotomies" You are right. They are brainless so what's the use. That's like given the Gerbil a lobotomy!

5:27 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

S-Q

You're wasting your breath. The Psycho Trolls wouldn't know an intelligent conversation if it bit them in the ass! Now I suggest that all the bloggers who have blogger accounts make sure that they are logged in so other bloggers know that the post is coming from the REAL person, not some Psycho Troll!
And yes S-Q they are pathetic turds.

5:29 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Speaking of the Gerbil, check this out!

I seriously doubt George Bush approved of this


http://www.newsmax.com/blaylock/10.cfm

5:29 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

NYT: Some Bush Sr. advisers express 'deep unease' with 'Israel policies of the son'

"Some advisers to the father are expressing increasingly deep unease with the Israel policies of the son," reads an article slated for the front page of Wednesday's New York Times, RAW STORY has found.

The paper reports that there is "a generational and philosophical divide between the Bushes" which "is exacerbating the friction between their camps."

Poppy and Dubya

5:31 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

SPB

I saw The Bad Seed! That little girl did an excellent job! It made you look at little blonde girls with braids in a whole different light. God, she was creepy! The end of the movie I wasn't too sure about, I thought it could have ended differently but I loved that movie. Did you see the remake in the 80's I can't remember who played the leading roles I'm going to have to look it up on IMDB.
And yes again, I totally agree with forced Meds and Lobotomies for the Psycho Trolls!

5:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

5:45 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

Dr. says Gerbil is 'fit for duty'
Duty for the bottle...
Duty for brown shug...
or duty, to get this :

click


my last post fail

5:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Ha, ha, ha:

I didn't know that you are into classic movie. If there were ever classic movies that were on regular T.V. everyday, I don't think that I can get off the couch!
The Bad Seed has two different endings: one was the girl was struck by lightening and her mother lived and other is the girl lives and the mother commits suicide by shooting herself. Of, couse, The Bad Seed was a play before it was a movie. I happen to read the original play in college. I did see the 80's version but I like Patti's role. Patti was more convincing than the 80's version. But, of course Patti was in the original movie as well as in the play version. She was really creepy and a monster kid. And I didn't remember who played the little girl in the '80's movie. That movie is now in DVD. I have to make a point to buy it.. If that movie was re-realize now on T.V. and the movies, I think people would see it. And it is interesting that the movie didn't show any violence but the McCormick's role as the little girl really convince the viewers of her evilness and her murders!

5:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ever wonder what Jewish people think and feel coming to what this blog has turned into?

It's interesting knowing that Rancourt gets banned here repeatedly for his overt anti-semitism.

Yes indeed, interesting isn't it?

5:49 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

SPB

I'm beginning to wonder if that little girl would have grown up to be a neocon/conservative! I love the Classics, I watch TCM all the time! I looked up the 80's version of The Bad Seed and Blair Brown played the mother. Didn't recognize who played the daughter. Some unknown. I thought it was okay. I saw it on Lifetime years ago. But Patty McCormack was so realistic and there was no violence. That movie was done so perfectly. Did Patty earn a Oscar Nomination for that role?

S-Q- I looked at that NewsMax article about the "miracle supplement" that Bush takes. No wonder he looks out of his mind!
Miracle Supplements my butt!!

5:51 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Anon @ 5:03:
I wonder if it would be possible to ban them from the blog?
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YES! Most recently owners of blogs have banned "trolls" and/or others that disrupt blogs. Also, for impersonation.

Below is one blog owners remarks to a "troll" he banned from his blog:

"It's my blog, and I can do whatever I want -- and that includes banning people that I don't like. Opposing viewpoints are fine. But you are just a troll who has nothing to offer. Go find another blog. You aren't welcome here."

5:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So SPB...start banning.

5:57 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Below are remarks from a blogger regarding the blogger who was banned. Sounds like this troll/trolls, doesn't it?

"John didn't ban the Putz for just having an opposing point of view. Putz made fun of people here, not just John, contributed very little or nothing, and finially was impersonating other commenters here on this blog.

It is one thing to have an opposing viewpoint and present it in a respectfull way with good points for argument.

It is quite another to be a loudmouth complainer with no valid points stating their viewpoint. ...and then to impersonate other people and put words in their mouth. That is unacceptible behavior. John did the right thing, IMHO."

6:07 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Okay, I am off my soapbox now and it's not my decision but just wanted to pass on that info.

6:10 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

„acknowledgment of responsibility“

Agent Orange victims in Vietnam demands

6:10 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

s-q...we know the real Justicebloggers. Ignore the imposters. It's probably "He who shall not be named", anyway.

6:18 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

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i was sleeping and i got aweak
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6:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter ROCKS!!!! Al Rogers/Rodgers is the MAN!!! No new target letters, indictments or black wednesdays for Neocons. Ain't life grand?

6:58 PM  
Anonymous abramoff scandal widens said...

Abramoff probe looks to Nashville-based PAC
Group's records sought, paper reports

An evangelical Christian political action group based in Nashville has been subpoenaed by federal investigators to produce records that may tie them to Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

J. Thomas Smith, president of America 21, said Tuesday that he couldn't confirm reports that he or his records have been subpoenaed. A memo Abramoff wrote in 2001 to a Native American tribe telling them to contribute to America 21 was made public last year.

Reached by phone Tuesday, Smith said he could not confirm any subpoenas. In a statement issued later Tuesday, Smith denied any allegation of wrongdoing and said that no money from his organization ever paid anyone targeted in the Abramoff investigations.

The National Journal, a weekly political paper based in Washington, reported this week that the nonprofit civic lobbying organization was being scrutinized as part of the federal influence-peddling probe into Abramoff's dealings. It cited unnamed sources.

When asked if Abramoff had any connection to his organization, Smith said, "None that I know of. I really shouldn't be talking about that."

Abramoff pleaded guilty in January to charges he conspired to corrupt public officials and took millions from Native American tribes. At least four of Abramoff's associates have pleaded guilty to similar charges in the federal probe.

In a letter sent to the Coushatta Indian tribe in Louisiana in 2002, Abramoff wrote that a $10,000 check the tribe contributed to the political action committee Texans for a Republican Majority needed to be canceled and the money reissued to America 21.

Abramoff directed the tribe to make tens of thousands of donations and once directed leaders to cancel $55,000 in checks to then-House Majority Whip Tom DeLay, R-Texas, and divert them to other groups.

The stated purpose of America 21 is to "educate, engage, and mobilize Christians to influence national policy at every level." The conservative, nonprofit lobbying organization was active in the 2002 elections that maintained a Republican majority of the U.S. House of Representatives. America 21 ran an outreach program in 2002 that targeted voters with conservative religious ties. The group maintains a public charity and a civic organization that is involved in political lobbying.

America 21 has been called a "critical friend" by Abramoff allies in e-mails obtained by the National Journal.

A report by a political action committee watchdog group, Public Citizen, said that America 21 raised more than $3 million from an anonymous donor in 2002, the only recent year the group was politically active. That year, the group sent direct mailings in at least 18 federal races but reported no political expenditures, according to the report. •

7:04 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

To ignore the trolls is like leaving the duality...

7:21 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

This is very matter of fact about the Leo Wanta money and Bush’s decision. The rest is about our roles in what is coming.

Jess

Journal 8-2-06

Sananda, I ask for comments today. I see only small steps being taken, although you assured me it would be resolved by the end of July. I understand flexible decisions and choices and the involvement of people on Earth, but I ask for clarity and understanding with what is taking place. I see the complexity and I realize the delicacy of the shifts. How is this being carried out? How is this going to be realized? How must intervention be implemented? I ask for strength to remain neutral and grounded. I ask for my light and conviction to be more visible and helping.

Jess, I am here. Let’s speak of what is happening. The money changers in the temple have been routed. This means that the President has screwed up royally—or imperially—by not allowing the repatriation of the Leo Wanta money. This move on his part has caused the whole deck of card to collapse and fall flat. The process is now started for repatriation of the whole amount of 70 trillion dollars, which will affect the currency stability throughout the world. With one fell swoop—to use that expression—Bush has signed his own death warrant. The money is liquid currently, depending on hard currency from other countries to pay back money that has been illegally paid them. They must return the money, and they don’t have it at this point in time. The rest of the global economic community is not happy. Suit has been filed and legal action will be forthcoming and followed through. This should bring down the President and his henchmen aides.

Will it? This is a question you must answer as a people. The distraction of the war and the attacks on Lebanon and Iraq have defused the attention of the public in such a way that the truth of the money scandals and the government involvement in the 9/11 attack has been ignored. This is coming out in piece-meal fashion, but not enough are paying enough attention to erupt in a groundswell of resentment and wish for change.

What will it take for this to sink in? What more must you do as lightworkers to convince the public majority that change is beyond a conjecture? It must be acted upon and it must be implemented. We will help and we will provide the stimulus and the fuel, but you must take charge and act with us. You think we can do it all. We cannot resolve the issues you have created yourselves. You must act out your concerns and your scenarios that you have put in motion. This is your game plan and you arranged the plays for your own purposes. We cannot interfere in your own pathway. We can only offer help and sustenance, and an ability to improve your insight into the complexity of the situation.

This change you must do. The lightworkers are setting the example and providing the ballast for others to begin moving. Their role is to hold the energy in place. Others must connect to that energy and become activated to fulfill their own purposes. They know this, but are not awake to the step that must come now. The example they must have will be the chaos that seems to break out. You must remain steady while explaining the transitoriness of the apparent reality for the future. This is the role you must play now. The drama is moving into another act and you must play your parts here.

The time frame is still operational. July was the month of final decision and August will be the month of activation. The references you read in messages are always contingent upon current circumstances. At the time they were said, the date was the most probable outcome. As soon as the date is announced, however, factors begin changing the parameters and the reality transforms into another with a different outcome. We work as faithfully as possible within a fluid scenario for physical realization. Our goal has not changed, only the interlocked passage that must be taken to get there. This is determined by your decisions. I’ve told you this before, and you must realize that the reality you see is the reality you have created. We are not your dimension, and we cannot interrupt the flow of the energy you have set in motion. We can instruct you as to the best direction, and even explain the outcome you should pursue, but we cannot take the steps for you. That is the role you have requested and have agreed to play out.

I speak for all of us involved in this transition into a higher dimension when I say that you have arrived at the gate and are now deciding how you will cross over into the new dimension of light and energy. Some will not. Others will opt for a different route than the more direct one that presents itself. That is their decision based on their own life path and the purpose they are working toward. But all are welcome into the land of freedom and abundance that has been promised. The gate is open, and we are watching you approach and come through. Ask for our help even more than you have. Ask for our guidance. Ask for our understanding of you and how you can best find yourself.

This is all for today. Namaste. Lord of Nebadon and Planetary Prince of Urantia Sananda Immanuel Esu Kumara. I use all my names and titles as a closing signature.

http://www.abundanthope.net

8:05 PM  
Anonymous Thoth the Atlantean said...

Hooey!

8:24 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

cuckoo is right...this place has been crazy lately...

This is for SPB...a little trivia on the film "Whatever Happend to Baby Jane" (great campy film)

"During the kicking scene, Bette Davis kicked Joan Crawford in the head, and the resulting wound required stitches. In retaliation, Crawford put weights in her pockets so that when Davis had to drag Crawford's near-lifeless body, she strained her back."

Now that sounds like fun! LOL

8:50 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

s-q...we know the real Justicebloggers. Ignore the imposters. It's probably "He who shall not be named", anyway.
-------------------
Grandmanuk:
Yes, you're correct and I will! I guess after months of doing so, I just felt that I had enough today!!

9:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"This is for SPB...a little trivia on the film "Whatever Happend to Baby Jane" (great campy film)"

CC:

I didn't know about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. interesting trivia!

Ha, ha, ha:

"Did Patty earn a Oscar Nomination for that role?"

I don't think McCormick win an Oscar otherwise she would have the youngest person to win an Oscar at that time! I think that she was nominated for an Oscar!

9:06 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

That is very interesting trivia about Crawford and Davis Chimpcoulter. I read that they hated each other! But it does sound like fun!

SPB-
Patty McCormack should have won but if she was nominated that was good too. Now, I feel like going to Blockbuster to rent the DVD, I want to see it again!

9:16 PM  
Anonymous marajade said...

The Bad Seed (the movie).. my goodness Biloxi you have seen that.

Everybody I ask has never seen it, let alone heard of it

You are the only other person I know apart from my grandmother that knows about that movie.

I hope we are talking about the same movie ?

9:23 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Another great Bette Davis movie that I liked was, "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte". I guess Joan Crawford was supposed to co-star in that film with Davis but because of their dislike for one another and conflicts, that didn't happen!

9:29 PM  
Anonymous Marajade said...

I saw both those Bette Davis movies many years ago.

But I cannot believe I have actually seen the Bad Seed mentioned again. Incrediable.

That movie frightened the hell out of me .. I was about 12 years old when I saw it first.

It made me realise you cannot judge a book by its cover.

I hope he means the same movie. Made about the late 50's

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Marajade said...

For oldies though "Casablanca" or "Wuthering Heights"

Why are we talking movies on a political blog.

sorry

9:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TRUTH IS KNOCKING...
"You know, it is really odd how Georgie would go see the Pope before elections but John Kerry didn't....and he's Catholic. Don't you think that is odd? When ole W. isn't?"

I don't think religion has anything to do with it. Could it be that "Georgie" got instructions for how to spend his upcoming 'political capital'?

9:45 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Biloxi,

Well now we know what happens when the cockroaches come out at night!!!!

YIKES!!!!

Jack Abramoff caught in court- AGAIN...Trolls lose.

Speaking of which, I think his sentencing date is just about up!!!!

The neocons based zionistic agenda has gotten undressed for the world police....

Too many bad eggs in today's special...!

By the way anyone else going to the 9-11 TRUTH conference? I am trying to get everybody around here to go!! Its gonna be a blast ha ha ha ha ha!!!

Then we can really let 'em have it....

11:51 PM  

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