Daily Archives: March 15, 2007

9/11 Conspiracy – Even a Caveman Can Figure It Out

You Tube | Mar 15, 2007  

Despite the fact that 9/11 is no laughing matter, a good chuckle now and then will help keep us sane and give us the upper hand as we fight to bring the perpe-traitors to justice.

But then, even a caveman knows that.

PW

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The Ultimate Patsy “Confesses” Under Torture

Prison Planet | Mar 15, 2007 

Go back to sleep, you can trust a press release from a heavily redacted secret military tribunal of a tortured detainee conducted by individuals representative of an oligarchy whose every deception, gross violation of U.S. law, and act of imperial bloodletting over the last six years rests on maintaining the orthodoxy of the official 9/11 myth

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the alleged “Al-Qaeda mastermind,” has confessed to direct involvement in a myriad of terrorist attacks and assassination plots around the world, including 9/11 “from A to Z,” but some are likely to be disappointed that after 5 years of torture he stopped short of accepting responsibility for killing Kennedy, creating AIDS and being the real Santa Claus.

The Pentagon’s press release was subject to editing on behalf of the U.S. Defense Department to remove any sensitive material that Khalid might have unwittingly revealed between his water boarding sessions, but I’m sure we can trust this same gaggle of criminals that lectured us on WMD and “accidentally” misplaced over 2 trillion dollars.

In the document, KSM confesses to almost every nasty thing that’s happened in the world over the past twenty years, as well as formulating plots to assassinate Clinton, Carter and the Pope. It’s just a shame that the torture masters were not given more time to really put the screws to Khalid, because then we may have found out that he was also responsible for the Challenger disaster and the O.J. Simpson murders.

Since Khalid has squealed on the “A to Z” of 9/11, perhaps he can provide some answers to a few troubling little questions that still have us 9/11 “conspiracy nuts” running around in circles;

– Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for the FBI ordering the 1993 World Trade Center bombing to go ahead? In his confession, KSM says he ran the attack but fails to explain why it was the FBI who provided the terror cell with the bomb materials through their informant.

– Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for NORAD completely reversing its standard operating procedure on the day of 9/11?

– Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for the collapse of three steel buildings, one that was not hit by a plane, from fire damage alone for the first and only time in history?

– Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for warning, according to Newsweek, a group of top Pentagon officials to cancel their flights on the evening of September 10th due to security concerns?

– Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for the record number of ‘put’ options, speculation that the stock of a company will fall, that were placed on American and United Airlines in the days preceding September 11th? This despite a September 10th Reuters report stating ‘airline stocks set to fly.’

– Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for blocking FBI anti-terrorism investigations before 9/11 related to the bin Laden family and Saudi charities that were front groups for Al-Qaeda?

– Was Khalid Shaikh Mohammed responsible for advising the Secret Service not to remove President Bush from a completely unsecured Florida elementary school by letting them know he wasn’t a target on 9/11?

I remain confident that that next time KSM spills the beans, he will be able to fill in these gaps and further enlighten us as to the real culprits behind some of history’s enduring mysteries, including the disappearance of planes and ships in the Bermuda triangle, the Chernobyl disaster and why Britney Spears went insane.

Unhappy foster kids get psychotropic “chemical sledgehammer” to make them more manageable

AP | Mar 13, 2007 

“And it seems to me perfectly in the cards that there will be within the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing … a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda, brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods.”

– Aldous Huxley, 1959

Foster kids are far more likely to be abused by their “care-givers” than by their own parents, yet the society has been engineered to believe that CPS workers are angels and foster “care” is some kind of heaven on earth for kids compared to living with their own families, yet the exact opposite is usually true as they bounce from agency to homes and back to agencies. Just the trauma of being ripped out of the family unit is enough to make most kids fall into depression and start acting out, but then what do the child “saviors” do? Drug them into submission. 
Yeah that’s the loving thing to do ain’t it?

PW

“It’s a chemical sledgehammer that makes children easier to manage.”

“It’s a problem that’s really ugly, and growing under a rock.”

“The picture is bleak, and rooted in profound human suffering.”

Coast to coast, states are wrestling with how best to treat the legions of emotionally troubled foster children in their care. Critics contend that powerful psychiatric drugs are overused and say poor record-keeping masks the scope of the problem.

Nationwide, there are more than 500,000 children in foster care at any one time, and more than half have mental illness or serious behavioral problems, according to the Child Welfare League of America.

“The child welfare system wasn’t prepared for the deluge of kids that have mental health problems,” said Dr. Chris Bellonci, a child psychiatrist in Needham, Mass. “By default, it’s become a mental health delivery system, and it’s ill-equipped to do that.”

Some states have taken broad action — often in response to overdose tragedies, lawsuits or damning investigations. California requires court review of any psychotropic drug prescription for a foster child; Illinois has designated a prominent child psychiatrist to oversee such reviews.

In other states, however, experts say the issue is not being adequately addressed and basic data is lacking that would show the extent of medication usage.

“It’s a problem that’s really ugly, and growing under a rock, and no one wants to turn the rock over,” said Dr. Michael Naylor, the psychiatrist in charge of Illinois’ review program, who recently struggled to get responses from other states for a paper he is writing on the topic.

Some parents and advocacy groups say child welfare authorities routinely resort to drugs to pacify foster children without fully considering non-medication options. Among the aggrieved parents is Sheri McMahon of Fargo, N.D., whose son Willy was in foster care for 28 months from 2001 to 2003 because of an inspector’s ruling that their home was substandard.

McMahon said Willy, now 17, had been diagnosed with multiple disorders and was taking an antidepressant when he entered foster care. But she said that in a residential foster-care facility, he was placed on five psychotropic medications simultaneously — becoming sleepy and overweight and developing breathing difficulties.

“When he came back home, his pediatrician and psychiatrist expressed concern about the number and doses of medications,” McMahon said. “It took many months to get them down to a level where he had a chance of attending school regularly.”

Child psychiatrists say a shortage of funds and resources complicate the already daunting task of effectively diagnosing and treating mental illness in foster children. One problem, Bellonci said, is a nationwide shortage of child psychiatrists, often leaving pediatricians to handle complex behavioral problems.

Bellonci helped Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services — the target of a sweeping lawsuit — overhaul its procedures for psychotropic drugs after an investigation found that 25 percent of foster children were taking them, often without legal consent. Tennessee’s policies are now considered among the best, encouraging expert reviews of prescriptions and urging prescribing doctors to consult with the youth, caseworkers and the biological and foster parents before deciding on medication.

The issue is very much alive in several other states. Among them:

_In Florida, child welfare officials will be reporting to the legislature within weeks on the effects of a 2005 bill that tightened rules on when foster children can be given psychotropic drugs. The law requires prior consent of a foster child’s parents or a court order before such drugs can be used. The bill’s approval followed a report concluding that mood-altering drugs were being prescribed to 25 percent of Florida’s foster children.

_In Texas, outgoing state comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn issued a stinging report in December on psychiatric treatment of foster children, including the use of medication. “The picture is bleak, and rooted in profound human suffering,” said the report, which recommended hiring a full-time medical director for foster children and requiring prior approval for certain prescriptions. Some activists say the recommendations, 48 in all, are unlikely to be embraced by the task force studying them; state health officials say use of psychotropic drugs for foster children is already declining because of guidelines adopted in 2005.

_In California, Assemblywoman Noreen Evans introduced a bill last month that would require the state to collect the necessary data to show whether foster children are being overmedicated. “Many foster youth have told me that they are given pills instead of counseling,” Evans said. “The state doesn’t track who receives prescriptions and why. We need to do that in order to prevent abuses.”

Oversight and data collection is complicated in California because the medication regulations are handled by county courts. Dr. George Fouras, a psychiatrist hired to review foster-care prescriptions for San Francisco County, said the overwhelming majority of medication decisions are proper, and he has rejected only four out of many hundreds. But he said child-welfare systems nationwide are overloaded, sometimes tempting authorities to look for quick fixes instead of ensuring detailed mental-health evaluations.

_In New York City, the public advocate — who serves in a watchdog role — asked child welfare officials three years ago for data on the use of psychotropic drugs in the foster care system. The data is still not available, although Assistant Commissioner Angel Mendoza of the city’s Administration for Children’s Services said a database should be ready later this year.

Mendoza said his agency has strict procedures governing the use of powerful medications; activists nonetheless worry that they are used too often.

“Children who are having normal reactions to the trauma of being separated from their families are often misdiagnosed or overdiagnosed as suffering from psychiatric problems, and the system is too quick to medicate,” said Mike Arsham of the Child Welfare Organizing Project. “It’s a chemical sledgehammer that makes children easier to manage.”

Among the New York parents sharing that view is Carlos Boyet, who says his son was routinely and unnecessarily medicated, at one point suffering an overdose, while bouncing through several foster homes as a toddler.

The boy, Jeremy, had been taken away from Boyet’s ex-girlfriend; Boyet eventually established paternity and was able to gain custody of his son, then 6, in 2005.

“It’s crazy,” Boyet said. “A child is acting out because he was moved away from his parent, and you’re going to medicate him because of that? It’s not right.”

Some child psychiatrists are concerned about a possible overreaction against the use of psychotropic drugs, saying many foster children genuinely need them.

However, leading psychiatrists acknowledge the many hurdles to coming up with thorough, thoughtful diagnoses for children who have been wrested from their own families, often shift through multiple foster homes and perhaps have no appropriate blood relative with whom to consult regarding treatment.

“More times than not, kids do not get a really adequate psychiatric evaluation,” said Dr. Robert Abramovitz of the New York-based Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services.

“There is such a lack of good psychiatric services, and you have the pharmaceutical companies and managed care companies saying, ‘Medicate, Medicate,'” Abramovitz said. “That’s all they want psychiatrists to do. They don’t pay for anything else.”

Referring collectively to child psychiatrists, he added, “We do not want to be pill-vending machines. But the alternatives aren’t there.”

Texas House Passes Bill To Override Mandatory HPV Vaccines

All Headline News | Mar 14, 2007  

Here is the crux of the issue when dealing with the New World Order: we are constantly reacting to their assaults on life and liberty rather than proactively going for the jugular and putting them out of business entirely. First, Merck should have been shut down long ago for killing at least 60,000 people in the Vioxx Holocaust. Then, Texas deserves a true patriot governor instead of this degenerate Rick Perry who is another paid off villainous wolf in sheep’s clothing and needs to be investigated and impeached for conflicts of interest at the very least.  We are literally at war with an evil cabal of sick psychopathic neofeudal elites and their simpering minions. It is time to get angry, get aggressive and pull out all the stops! We the people need to unify against this evil and forget about Right and Left. This is all about Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. We cannot afford to tolerate the globalists any longer.

PW

The Texas House has voted to overturn an order by Governor Rick Perry which would have mandated that all young girls entering school receive a human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.

The vote to overturn the executive order was 119-21, and will now go to the Senate. The bill will still need to pass Governor Perry’s desk, who is expected to veto it. However, under Texas law, the legislature can then vote to override the veto. The 119-vote majority is enough in the House to issue such an override, however, the popular support for the bill in the Senate has yet to be counted.

Perry spokesman Krista Moody says, “Governor Perry’s executive order on HPV would help to protect 95 percent of young women in Texas against the strains of HPV that cause cervical cancer.”

“The governor believes we should protect as many young women as possible – rich and poor, insured and uninsured – while maintaining parents’ rights to opt their daughter out of receiving the vaccine.”

However, State Representative Dennis Bonnen (R-Angleton) who helped author the new legislation says it “will not take away the option for a single girl or a single family in this state to choose to vaccinate a child. It simply says a family must make that choice, not a state government.”