Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Google changes algorithms, which sucks because I barely know what an algorithm is.

Yep, when I first started blogging I would get comments on just about every post, but now, I get a comment about every 6 months. I had my suspicions that something was different.

Then, a couple of weeks ago, I read in the New York Times where a guy, who was making 6 figures a month off his Google ads saw a dramatic decrease in revenues by about 70% based on the fact that Google switched around their search algorithms.

FYI, Google changes algorithms frequently. Who knew?

This fact about changing algorithms is something most people are unaware of, and it's a little disheartening, if you like for people to read your blog.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Note to self: Lag

First, let me say, I love golf.

Now that the groundwork is laid, every so often, I have one of those moments where a light bulb goes off in my head. Some light bulbs are brighter than others, but nevertheless, a light bulb is a light bulb, and having one go off is awesome. This particular light bulb was about a 7 on a scale of 1 to 10, and it only relates to golf, which makes me happy.

So, when I'm talking about lag in a golf swing all I"m talking about is the right wrist is slightly bent back at impact instead of bent forward. I know, big deal, right? Well, Johnny Miller was making this point as he was analyzing Sergio Garcia's swing. If you ever watch Sergio's swing, he's got quite a bit of lag in it, which is something I noticed, but I didn't know what to call it.

So, if you don't know, golf is a game of basics. Keep your left arm straight. Keep your eye on the ball. Follow through... anyway, there's a million little things in the golf swing, which your supposed to remember until they become second nature.

Supposedly, at some point, once a golfer has mastered all the little details, you become a scratch golfer, which means, you can make every shot in the bag over and over again and walk away from the course with a scorecard in your pocket that reads 72, or better. So, when I'm writing about golf, I'm writing about golf in the manner where I'm actually trying to figure out how to become a master at walking away from the golf course with a scorecard in my pocket that reads 72, or better.

On a more personal level, one thing I've noticed when I play, whenever I start really swinging good I've noticed I've got just a little bit of lag in my swing. My confidence starts going up. I'm making a lot of shots. My score card starts reflecting that. Then, foolishly, possibly due to greed (I guess), I decide to start taking lag out of my swing because I get this idea "I'll start playing even better," with as little lag as possible. Naively, I'm believing I can actually start getting even better, instead of improving within the confines of how I'm already playing with lag. I'm thinking, if I could just take a little bit more lag out, and it's at this point, when I start to lose what accuracy I am having, and I actually start sucking. Then, I start back down a road of trying to figure out "how to play good," again. Sometimes, it may be years before I'm playing well enough again to ponder "how much lag should be in my swing" because literally, my swing falls apart completely after the lag is gone.

From playing good to playing bad in a matter of a single thought about changing the swing by taking all the lag out of it. I have no idea why this happens, but it has happened several times, and I have begun a huge circle of thinking until I miraculously arrive back at pondering lag, and it cycle starts all over again.

Having lag was working, then I started thinking about the lag, and then, I tried to change the natural lag to something that's an impossibility--an absolute perfectly timed swing every time.

Apparently, you can draw or fade a ball with a lag in your swing, it's something I need to work on. The problem my be, this idea of lag seems contrarian, but it's not. It's simply operating within the confines of doing what the human body is already trying to do in the course of a golf swing.

In other words, I'm simply talking about understanding the subtle nuances of a proper golf swing.

Playing "miraculous golf," which is what I call Par Golf, has been one my life long goals. It only comes about after understanding with certainty the various facets of the golf swing. Therefore, shooting par will always be a magical mysterious goal until I actually accomplish it repeatedly.

On a related note: I've watched Sergio Garcia lead in tournaments twice this year where he ended up in playoffs. It was pretty phenomenal. He's good. He makes it look easy. He's getting his putting together. Sooner or later, Sergio is going to win a major. Most likely, sooner.

Monday, September 22, 2008

The $700 billion dollar bailout.

Why would they approve this $700 billion dollar financial market bailout Bill so quickly?

Doesn't it seem a bit rushed?

I was listening to (Rep) Newt Gingrich give some sound advice as he was saying that we shouldn't go forward with this plan until it gets reviewed and debated publicly instead of just handing Henry Paulson a blank check for $700 billion. Doesn't that make sense.

Let us hear about what the bailout will entail before Congress votes on it.

To me, it seem this plan sort of came from out of nowhere like the Patriot Act and is getting presented as the only solution lest there be dire consequences.

Isn't tax payer money supposed to be spent wisely rather than knee-jerk reactions?

Friday, September 19, 2008

Our Collapsing American Economy

Let me throw this into the mix.

Republican Ron Paul says we need to go back to sound money. Democrat John F. Kennedy said we need to go back to sound money before he was murdered by a corporate conspiracy. (No, I don't think Oswald did it. I think a criminal element within our own government did it.)

I still believe a criminal element is in control to this day, and some people won't realize the negative effects of this corporate cabal and using their "legal tender" until entire economy collapses. One morning they'll wake up to see people running down the street with wheel barrels full of cash to buy themselves a loaf of bread, and they'll go, oh, I see, legal tender sucks.

So, yes, I believe this current dilemma is due to Corporatism. And because America is controlled by corporations we have become a debter nation and a nation that has devalued human life to almost nothing.

In America's current situation, the Corporate Federal Reserve prints and prints paper money putting us further and further into debt to increase the money supply to fix whatever problem society faces without regard to how much money it's putting into circulation, thus it causes inflation. Keep in mind, this paper isn't redeemable for anything. It's just paper and the only value it has is agreed upon value.

And with all this manipulation of money supply and how it effects the overall economy, politicians have stopped focusing on RIGHTS because Human Rights have been subverted by corporate interests. In other words, politicians have lost focus on the human toll of their actions through the blindness of corporate greed. They've confused themselves out of a game. They are living a lie, and most of them don't even know it.

So, it's been the same old story since 1913, when the Federal Reserve was created. This current turmoil, if look at the areas of their world and our economy was created by the American oil and banking cartels. The oil and banking corporations have complete control of our economies and lead us into ruinous economy wrecking wars and deregulated economic schemes.

Two corporate projects, Vietnam and Iraq are now cancers on the very fabric of American Culture. Wars based on stacks and stacks of lies. So, it's not Democrats or Republicans. It's both. The criminal corporate element has infiltrated both sides. They are also know as Globalist. They are politicians you really hear from because the corporations control the media too. So, the fake politicians will ever address the real issue of getting rid of the Federal Reserve.

Therefore, you won't see John McCain or Barak Obama seriously address the system of corruption in America despite the fact that this system continuously leads America into one catastrophic war after another and one deregulated financial meltdown after another.

Therefore, they won't address the primary issue, if you kill the corporate bank--The Federal Reserve, you can begin a Constitutional government again, as in, a government that focuses on the Rights of the people--a true republic where the have the power.

If America had sound money again, Politicians wouldn't be bailing a bunch of naughty corporations that probably don't deserve tax payer money and got rich while getting average Americans into this mess by being greedy and exploiting the loopholes.

If there's a collapse happening it needs to happen. The lies need to come to an end. Iraq was a lie. What's next? After the government spends all your money bailing corporations out, what's the government going to do? Are they going to need to raise taxes? You bet they are. They are going to raise your taxes and add more National Debt!! Yeah!!

You may think this doesn't really effect you, but when you consider all this money could be spent to ensure every kid has health care and a college education it ought to make you real angry.

So, the America people will get to suffer and pay for all this corruption through the flushing of your taxes into the bank accounts of corporate America. And what's being done for your basic human RIGHTS. That's right. I'll say this again, Your rights are being subverted by the corporate banks and the corporate military industrial complex, and they don't give a damn about you.

Wake up people!! Americans need more Rights. Voting Obama isn't the answer. Killing corporate corruption is the answer. It starts with getting rid of the Federal Reserve, and going back to sound money. Then, focus on getting rid of debt enslavement. The American people need the Right to vote to declare bankruptcy--if you're not noticing, this current financial crisis is going to make the National Debt rise another $1 trillion. $10 trillion and counting.

Americans need the Right to vote to get rid of their National Debt that's put in place through lies and mismanagement. The bailout of $1 trillion being proposed right now is being put there to cover-up lies and mismanagement. It's criminal. Why should Americans have to pay for someone else's corruption? Our politicians watched this happen over the course of several years and did nothing. To put it bluntly, politicians should be focusing tax money on the Rights of Americans not corporate bailouts. They should also be focusing on collecting taxes through a National Sales Tax that's fair for everyone instead of Income Tax. And, all this starts by getting rid of the Federal Reserve.

At that point, more institutions corrupting America's economy can be dealt from the perspective of what's best for the American people. Therefore, a very real focus could begin on American's inalienable Rights, which have been put on the back burner since 1913, when corporations began their evil influence. (Inalienable: that's a big word. It means something that can't be taken away from you. As in, Freedom of Speech is an inalienable right given to us by our Constitution. George W. Bush should look that word up.)

So, the question becomes: What Rights should we be focusing on besides the Rights we currently have? (the Right to be at war and the Right to be in debt)

Come on. Stay with me. Can you figure it out?

That's right. Simple basic human rights like Health Care. College Education. Workers Rights. --the Rights we should have been focusing on instead bad wars and bad bailouts (debt).

Call me old fashioned, but I think Americans ought to be getting some kind commitment from our politicians that they will work to expand our basic human rights as opposed to contracting them by using wars, debt, and passing laws that undo the Rights we do have like the Patriot Act.

Or, don't listen to me. Ignore me. Vote for Obama. See where that gets you.

Here's a hint: He's part of the status quo machine, whether you realize it or not. He's only going to continue Bush's agenda. It may be slightly different, but rest assured, it'll be more of the same corporate corruption.

Does this make sense?

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Carl Orff "O Fortuna"

Imagine me, a cute blond haired blue eyed boy watching Excalibur when I was 10 years old. This song was playing during a sword battle. I was quite moved by it.

P.S. It's only the 1st 2 minutes 30 seconds that I like, or for that matter, it's usually the only part that gets played.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

A baseball stadium should replace Reunion Arena in Dallas?

Yep, a baseball stadium.

Keep in mind, the Rangers have never won a Series, which is a travesty of epic proportions.

The problem is not enough people care about the Texas Rangers because they play in Arlington. It's an issue of logistics. They play about 160 games a year, and 80 of those are at home, and who wants to drive all the way to Arlington to watch a game?

Baseball needs fan obsession to be successful. You need Yankeelike fan obsession in Dallas in order to win the World Series. You need to sell out every game, and you won't do it with the stadium in Arlington.

You need people talking about the Rangers, and the only way people will be talking about them is if they are going to almost every game. Baseball needs to become part of a Dallasite's DNA. You need people sneaking off from work or simply telling their work I'm going to watch an afternoon game, which doesn't happen because Arlington is a long ways away from Dallas.

Every year it's the same old crap as far the team goes. Pitching sucks!!

The only exception was when Nolan Ryan was pitching, but 1 pitcher does not make a team.

So, when you spend $1 billion on this new stadium where Reunion Arena used to be, you really need to consider the heat of the sun. Understand that in Texas we have 3 MONTHS OF 100 DEGREE HEAT all summer long. From a pitcher's point of view that's a nightmare.

If you want to maximize your pitching, you want to be pitching in 70 or 80 degree heat. However, no pitcher is going to complain too loudly because they're all getting paid millions of dollars to basically play catch for a living, but trust me when I say this, no one wants to pitch in 100 degree heat, nor is it possible to maintain a high level of pitching day in day out when you're out on the mound sweating your ass off.

I repeat again, NO ONE WANTS TO PITCH IN 100 DEGREE HEAT, and fans sure as hell don't want to sit in 100 degree heat either. Please get that into your skulls. Pitchers are going against an opposing team that wants to kick their ass. The last thing you want from your pitcher is for them to be competing against the 100 degree sun too.

As long as I have been alive, I've been hearing the same old crap--pitching sucks in Texas. Well, guess what? The reason pitching sucks has to do with the hot hot hot Texas sun.

So, if a stadium can be built near downtown that is designed to somehow give the pitcher a 70 degree pitching mound, which means blocking the sun and using air conditioning, the Texas Rangers will win more than 1 World Series.

Moreover, fans want to sit in the shade when the summer sun is blasting the heat, and you also need to consider that Texas summers are some of the hottest summers in the country. Literally, Texas is about 10 to 20 degrees hotter than most northern states. So, realize there is definitely a big heat difference, or just ask yourself, do I want to sit and watch a game with the hot ass sun beating down on me for 3 hours? Right, no one does. Nor, does anyone want to drive 45 minutes to see a game.

It's time for a new baseball stadium, and this time, design it right and put it in the right place, and the Rangers will begin to win a couple of World Series.

So here is my suggestion: Build a massive baseball stadium with a retractable roof, and redo some of the roads around the old Arena to ease traffic as well as build a massive parking structure. You may also want to rethink some of light rail routes.

Do this and you will not only make Dallas the premier sports town in America, you will also turn Dallas into the most kick ass city in America.

Every Move A Picture "Show Some Signs of Life"

Apparently, I'm some kind of funky beat scout. N'est pas?

The Dow was down another 450 points today!

If you're doing the math on that, it's about 8% in 2 days.

Guess what? There's more to come.

We'll probably see about another 10% to 20%, maybe more.

We're seeing the consequences of some very bad policies, and it's only going to take a little bit more bad news to push it off a cliff.

It's like we're witnessing a looting that's taking place right in front of our eyes. On Wall Street, when the blood is running in the streets, short sellers are always behind the scenes cheering and waving pom poms.

The Fed doesn't really know what's going on. Panic mode is setting in. More banks are looking shaky.

People don't understand the severity of what's going. Greenspan just said we're witnessing a "once in a century event," and he's not talking about the good kind. He's talking about something really bad like, oh let's say the complete collapse of the U.S. economy.

Once a bank starts to unravel, panic ensues because that's where the money is.

The Dow could finally hit bottom around 8,000 or 7,000. What's going to stop it?

9/11 Tribute (The Fray)

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Wall Street Warriors Season 2 (The SNDK story)

As stated earlier in my blog, I once held a series 7. Not that that means anything. To be honest, I had series 7, and I didn't know my ass from a hole in the ground.

The stock market is extremely complicated. Not only is it extremely complicated, it has the tendency to illicit extreme punishment on stupid and smart people alike.

That said, I watched Wall Street Warriors Season 1 and thought it was interesting but not very remarkable. I couldn't really relate to any of the "characters" in the stories.

However, I just watched Season 2 and the dudes, who were selling Sandisk inspired me to write this.

They spent the entire Season pumping Sandisk, patting themselves on the back before watching that stock tank and seeing all their profits fly out the window.

I can only relate because I can definitely tell you I'm guilty of being that overconfident and stubborn, which is what I saw in these 2 dudes, who totally got fucked up. They broke one of the cardinal rules of being a stock operator. They married SNDK, and said "till death do us part." They actually took SNDK on a gay cruise. They were counting their money all the way to $54 a share and wept as they watched profits disappear into thin air. As it tanked, their clients lost a lot of money, they had to make the dreaded "I'm sorry I lost all your money" phone call.

As a broker, I pumped an IPO for about 4 months that was never even released. While there, I participated in a very similar activity to what these guys, who were selling Sandisk, were doing. This was back in 2000 when the bubble was in full bursting mode.  I would call guys trying to sell Fudgepacker.com [not the actual name] and traders would laugh in my face. They would say shit like, "Are you fucking kidding me? Give me the ticker symbol so I can put my short in now."

But, some people, who I had never met before, would actually send me money.

Good times.

I worked for a small boutique firm that went bankrupt. I was one of the last one's to jump ship. In fact, I was the only smart ones to leave with office furniture, which was nice.

So, I'm not going to say those guys pumping SNDK were total idiots because I've been there-done that, and it would be like calling myself a douche. (I am a douche though for several reasons of which my ex-girlfriends can attest to.)

Clearly, the guys selling Sandisk just ran out of ideas. They didn't sell because they hadn't found their next Sandisk. They became their own self-imposed one-trick-ponies. Bush league. Mistakes like that kill most stock brokers.

Bulls and Bears make money. Sheep, pigs, and idiots get slaughtered. The allure is there because everyone thinks they have a big swinging dick only to find out their dick is just long enough to fuck themselves in their own ass. [sorry to be so crude]

But, here's a tip: Tiger Woods can shoot 65 in major and walk away pointing to some facet of his game that he feels he's struggling with. In other words, we are all striving for perfection, and that's only reflected by the rules and standards we set for ourselves. (Yes, that's a golf metaphor, and it relates to trading because trading takes practice.)

These guys on Wall Street Warriors made their big mistake back in Nov 2007. SNDK closed Friday at $15.69 a share. I enjoyed watching these guys because even though the market's atmosphere is completely different, it's nice to see the people playing the game haven't changed.

It would be interesting to know if these guys were able to shift gears enough to get out of their predicament. They were fucked then, but it would be interesting to see how they unfucked themselves. Did they sell? Were they able to rebound? My guess, they're selling used cars.

Successful traders find their next SNDK while closing out their current SNDK and banking profits.  The cycle begins all over again. Their are more than a few guys driving Ferraris who trade this way. You build up a position and you sell without being too greedy.  That's definitely a trading model that's workable. When the market's moving good, even retarded monkeys can make money.

Again, build a huge position, watch it go up, sell it off, move on to the next SNDK. It's funny how many people can screw up this up.

As seen in WSW 2, it doesn't always work out ideally because it's tough to time.  When it doesn't work out, the stress and pain can cause a sprained vagina. Usually, people try to move on to some other job related to the market, "that's less stressful," which is a fucking joke because all work is stressful and risky.  ...even jobs where you sit on your ass doing data entry are like this.

At the end of the show, these dudes tried to analyze, "what went wrong." They came up with a too simple answer, "We need to diversify," which is true.

They were victims of overconfidence. The moment they were absolutely positive SNDK could not be stopped, they should have realized that was the time to sell. There's group psychology at work in this scenario, and people were viewing Sandisk in a completely different light despite Sandisk's bright prospects. Fear set in. Investors sold. The stock fell. These guys, without stops, watched all their hard work fade away.

So, there's a lot of the same old classic lessons to be learned from their mistake:

•Exit stocks gracefully. Don't wait until the jugular is severed. "Averaging down" is good if your in a bull market, but in case you hadn't noticed, ever since George Bush has been in office, the market has moved sideways. Realize, no one's going to turn on a flashing neon sign that says, "It's time to sell."

•The market is always right. Don't waste time on stocks that aren't changing the way you want them to.

•Instead of counting profits, start taking profits off the table because that's what your competition is doing.

•If you don't have a profitable idea, don't do anything. Sit in cash. Learn how to short sell.

•A little bit of fear each day is a good thing.  Don't get too confident, but don't be a fucking pussy either.

•Always, always use stops.

•Keep your head on a swivel so you can spot your next good idea." Personally, I won't have a good idea for an entire year. I've had some lengthy droughts before finding that golden opportunity. I'm currently experiencing one. In fact, the only good ideas I've had lately have been shorts.

Last, but not least, "Have fun!!!!"

This is information is just what I'm learning to believe: Learn how to make every single type of trade there is. Know short, medium, and long term trading strategies. Learn bull, bear, and stagnant market strategies. Don't be afraid to use them, and don't become obsessed with one particular idea because the market constantly changes.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Frank Sinatra "That's Life"

Nobody could belt one out like Frank.

Star Wars according to a 3 year old.

"We blowed it up together." (For the record, that's a total lie, but it's the cutest more adorable lie ever told.)

"Obi Kenobi" I agree, it just sounds better.

"But, don't talk back to Darth Vader. He'll getcha!!" (She is truly wise.)

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Remember the victims of 9/11 on this 7th anniversary

You know how I feel about 9/11.

It's important not to forget the people who lost their lives.

People should educate themselves. There's so much info floating around out there.

If you love Louis Armstrong and Pixar, you'll love this.

The man could play trumpet and sing like nobody's business.

It's like a glass of ice cold water after crossing the desert.

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Lehman Brother's dilemma

McCain's tax plan won't do much to help Americans, and another corporate bailout isn't going to help either. (These aren't the real problems.)

Lowering the corporate tax assumes the board or whoever is in charge of wages wants to pay decent wages. And, bailing out a company that's been behaving badly isn't a good way to spend tax payer money.

Remember, right after Bush's tax cuts we saw corporate profits take off in a number of sectors, but did we see wage increases or massive growth in jobs? NO!!

Why? It's a culture "more for me, less for you" that's permeating America. So, who cares what the tax rates are? Who cares if another greedy company goes under.

If the motives of the people at the top are selfish and greedy, the American people are going to suffer. That's what we've been seeing.

Moreover, corporate attitudes often transcend from political leaders. This "war on terror" is fake. It's a contrived pile of fiction much like Bush Sr. "war on drugs" was big steaming pile. If you don't believe me, you haven't done enough research to know any better.

The U.S. is involved in 2 illegal wars of aggression for oil and power. Bush and Cheney have pushed the U.S. closer to Armageddon than we've ever been before. And, if you don't believe 9/11 was an inside job, you should know it's common knowledge among intelligence circles that 9/11 was pulled off by the CIA, Mossad, MI5, and Pakistani Intelligence because it's their job to know these kinds of things. So, even if you don't know it, they do.

Basically, we're in a lot of trouble, and it's not just a few companies, who got too greedy. We're in a lot of trouble because violence begets violence, and Americans will eventually know the consequences of invading 2 sovereign countries. It's called Karma.

Maybe you don't believe in Karma either. Well, just know that a lot of "great" nations have failed, and the ones, who wrecked it, usually skip off into the sunset with a bag full of cash.

You might be surprised to know, since Bush and Cheney took office, they've both become billionaires.

And they've done it by putting human rights through a shredding machine during a campaign of terror. They have treasonously wrecked the Constitution with the Patriot Act. They have put every single American $10,000 deeper in debt, and it's all been for Israel and oil.

Will Obama be this country's savior? No.

Will McCain? No.

So, what do we do? Good question.

We need to go back to basics. We need to focus on the Rights of the American people. We need protections against false flag terror operations. We protections against selfish CEOs and suicidal politicians.

Americans need more rights, and they need them now.

Monday, September 08, 2008

Friday, September 05, 2008

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on the Vaccine Autism Coverup


First off, let me just say, if Robert F. Kennedy Jr. ever runs for president, I will vote for him.

I don't make political statements lightly. So, when I say I will vote for him, it's kind of a big deal.

I can totally understand why he would run not for political office. I think I've covered some of the reasons why already. So, I would just say there's no reason for him to risk his life.

He's already doing a lot as it is, and I've been following his work for years.

It's nice to know the Kennedy's are still fighting the good fight.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah "Satan Said Dance"

^ ^ This one's kind of cool. ^ ^

v v This one's also kind of nifty. v v

v v So's this one. v v

Monday, September 01, 2008

Robert F. Kennedy challenges Gross Domestic Product

One of the best political speeches ever.

Robert F. Kennedy "The Mindless Menace of Violence" speech

First, I'm glad YouTube is around to give Robert Kennedy a voice again.

He speaks with such beautiful eloquence.

Imagine if every politician had his level of compassion.

Do you think their would be any inner-city kids going hungry?

For that matter, would there be any kids without health care in America?

I don't understand the lack of compassion from the Republican side. They are the ones who freed the slaves, but they don't have the balls to say, "If your going to take money from hard working Americans in the 1st place the least you can do is spend their money on something that matters the most to the American people.

Furthermore, before America goes off and solves the problems of Zimbabwe, Iraq, or Timbuktu, shouldn't America make damn sure the problems at home are solved 1st.

In any case, it's clear there's a problem that neither Democrat nor Republican are willing to address, which is the fact that this nation, the United States of America, has their money supply controlled by a privately held corporation--The Federal Reserve.

It's clear, if Robert F. Kennedy were not suspiciously murdered, he would have done great things with America. He would have done what his brother John wanted to do, if he had not been suspiciously murdered as well, and he would have gotten rid of the Federal Reserve.

The Federal Reserve is run by greedy, secretive, heartless men, who don't give a damn about the average American. In fact, some of the members of the members of the Federal Reserve aren't even American citizens, and they view me and you as useless eaters.

Ron Paul is the one politician, who has the balls to stand up to them.

Obama and McCain are playing ball with the International Bankers, and that's the only reason these 2 got their party's nomination. They will change nothing.

This despite the fact, if either party were to kick the Federal Reserve out of power, every American could have health care and a college education with the current money we pay into taxes. We'd could also see an end to the sky high military spending, which isn't making this country any safer. In fact, the reckless military actions George W. Bush has the U.S. engaged in wars that have only brought the world closer to World War 3. We are closer now than we've ever been.

Most people don't realize that WW3 means the American people are no longer. That means, Russia still has thousands of missiles pointed in our direction, and Bush has sent the U.S. Military right into Russia's front yard and given them the finger.

He's playing a dangerous game over in the Black Sea right now, and most Americans don't have clue as to how dangerous those games are.

Sometimes things get knocked over when some egotistical tool is flexing his muscles. Sometimes wars are started. Think about where this military action is headed. Or, don't.

Whatever is to come of all this, I don't know.

But, how would you feel if the Russian Navy were to suddenly show up in Cuba again? Only now, instead an honorable and decent man like John F. Kennedy, someone like George W. Bush was in the White House, who's dripping in blood.

This time around, with all his tough talk, do you think George W. Bush would handle the situation with dialog or bullets?

This is extremely serious. 9/11 was never solved. If you go to the FBI's website, you'll see Osama Bin Laden was never charged for his involvement in 9/11, which means, they didn't have enough evidence to charge him. That means America started 2 wars, and the real killers could still be at large, and there's a very distinct possibility it's not Osama Bin Laden.

It makes you think.

Ask yourself, who really benefited from 9/11? Certainly, intelligence agencies gained a lot more power. If you love to spy, then you must be ecstatic over the Patriot Act.

Certainly, the military industrial complex benefited from the alleged terrorist attack.

Is it possible that the airplanes actions on 9/11 were staged, and the 19 hijackers were Oswalds, who's identities were stolen, in a Military and Intelligence operation designed to facilitate a new foreign policy of pro-active military engagement? Of course, that's plausible, if you're looking at the true beneficiaries of 9/11.

Until hard facts are presented to pin the blame squarely on Osama Bin Laden's shoulders, the conspiracies are completely plausible, and they are the most likely explanation when you look at who benefited from 9/11.

Also consider, would a man depending on a weekly dialysis treatment want to start a war where he was going to immediately be on the run forever. Not likely.

Besides, Osama Bin Laden was killed in Tora Bora, and Benazir Bhuto said so. Osama's murder happened immediately after the U.S. invaded Afghanistan, but it was covered up because this "War on Terror" is meant to go on and on and on. It's meant to be a bonanza for defense contractors and every intelligence apparatus.

We're in a lot of trouble.

Americans are going to pay dearly for being led through all this wearing horse blinders through all this turmoil because eventually everyone has to pay the piper, and while this evil cabal in America has been busy covering up their crimes for the last 90 years, the world has been watching with a more clearly focused eye. It's come knowledge in intelligence circles that 9/11 was an inside job--it's their to know those kinds of things.

So, I would hate to see where all this could end up. Billions of innocent people could die, and once again, the International Bankers, who are responsible for orchestrating almost every major act of evil in America, will have the inside scoop to stand out of the way when the missiles start flying.

klep•to•crat |'kleptekrat| noun

a ruler who uses political power to steal his or her country's wealth, virtue, and resources; thief

(Does this definition remind you of anyone?)