Saturday, August 31, 2013

NO !

It is time to evolve from 

a world in competition 

to a world of cooperation

Thursday, August 29, 2013



i feel like 

there's a monster 

inside of me

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Homage to Lucien Freud - Ipad brushes

by Cristina Homem de Melo

Monday, August 26, 2013

BATS and Direct Edge to Merge, Taking On Older Rivals -

BATS and Direct Edge to Merge, Taking On Older Rivals -

"Several weeks ago, William O’Brien, the chief executive of the trading platform Direct Edge, and several of his senior managers flew discreetly to Kansas City, Mo. Waiting for them at the Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport there were Joe Ratterman, head of the rival BATS Global Markets, and his team."

'via Blog this'

the secret ufo evidence

Sunday, August 25, 2013


when we expect 

we allow others 

to determine the 

hour of our happiness

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Friday, August 23, 2013

killing me softly fukushima

Oil spills in the gulf of mexico wasn't good enough...

now you have to irradiate the pacific ocean 

with radioactive cesium 137 from fukushima...

what's next, atomic bombs ?

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Monday, August 19, 2013

threat to liberty

The American approach to law enforcement was forged by the experience of revolution. Emerging as they did from the shadow of British rule, the country’s founders would likely have viewed police, as they exist today, as a standing army, and therefore a threat to liberty. Even so, excessive force and disregard for the Bill of Rights have become epidemic in today’s world. According to civil liberties reporter Radley Balko, these are all symptoms of a generation-long shift to increasingly aggressive, militaristic, and arguably unconstitutional policing—one that would have shocked the conscience of America’s founders.

Rise of the Warrior Cop traces the arc of U.S. law enforcement from the constables and private justice of colonial times to present-day SWAT teams and riot cops. Today, relentless “war on drugs” and “war on terror” pronouncements from politicians, along with battle-clad police forces with tanks and machine guns have dangerously blurred the distinction between cop and soldier. Balko’s fascinating, frightening narrative shows how martial rhetoric and reactionary policies have put modern law enforcement on a collision course with the values of a free society.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

ancient's BIBLE

I've been having some fun learning to use a free, open source 3D Animation program called Blender to make this test-gif animation. I find tutorials on Youtube related to the projects i have in mind and presto...
This book does not follow ANY religions, but instead leads all Spiritual Evolution and Understanding.

the corporate mafia

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Sunday, August 11, 2013

god is not religion

religion divides us but 

spirituality brings us together.

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Friday, August 9, 2013

moment of death

When the Angel of Death 

comes for you... 

smile at him.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Raymundo Velázquez; ¿quién sigue? - La Jornada Guerrero

Raymundo Velázquez; ¿quién sigue? - La Jornada Guerrero:

Acaba de ser asesinado el luchador social Raymundo Velázquez Flores, dirigente de la Liga Agraria Revolucionaria del Sur Emiliano Zapata (Larsez), fundada por Genaro Vázquez Rojas y Antonio Sotelo Pérez; asesinato que se suma al del compañero Arturo Hernández Carmona y de muchos otros luchadores sociales de quienes la justicia se vuelve sorda, muda y ciega; conducta que evidencia la responsabilidad del Estado en esos crímenes. Y ahora ¿quién sigue?

'via Blog this'

apocalypse now

Saturday, August 3, 2013

war support betrays humanity

That's what I googled to find the following. A very well written piece entitled War Is Betrayal, by Chris Hedges, from July 01, 2012, on the Boston Review website. Link to the whole article is HERE.

Excerpt from the article, quoting Jessica Goodell in her 2011 book, Shade It Black: Death and After in Iraq:
"In a poignant passage, she talks about what it was like for her and a fellow Marine named Miguel to come home and see all those yellow ribbons:

We’d frequently pass vehicles displaying the yellow ribbon ‘support-our-troops decal,’ but we never once mentioned it. We probably passed a hundred or more decals—two hundred if you count the multiple decals decorating the cars of the more patriotic motorists—and yet neither of us even once said, ‘Look, more support from the citizenry. Let’s give the ‘thumbs up’ as we pass.’ . . . I knew that these people on their way to work or home or dinner had no idea what it was they were supporting. They did not have a clue as to what war was like, what it made people see, and what it made them do to each other. I felt as though I didn’t deserve their support, or anyone’s, for what I had done. . . . No one should ever support the people who do such things."

Platoon action figures.
Yes, they are for real.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Thursday, August 1, 2013


"When the people 

fear their government, 

there is tyranny; 

when the government 

fears the people, 

there is liberty." 

Thomas Jefferson