Monday, February 21, 2011

"Behind the ostensible Government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul this unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesman of today"
                                                                                                                     -Theodore Roosevelt 

Saturday, February 19, 2011

solidarity with "freetown"

the flag of the micro-nation Christiania located in Copenhagen.....

a reminder why the Arabs revolt!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011


Iran in the 70's
present day iran
looks like Tunisian fever has spread to iran

Monday, February 14, 2011

Pirate Wars:operating area

                         "we are not pirates,we are gentleman, defending our shores from foreign fisherman"
                                                                              Jamal Akhmed

Jamal Akhmed

 The IMB estimates that 53 ships were hijacked worldwide in 2010 - 49 of them off Somalia's coast - and says a record 1,181 hostages were taken.
The problem also appears to be growing. Overall, there were 445 pirate attacks in 2010, a 10% rise from 2009, the IMB says.
Meanwhile, maritime piracy costs the global economy between $7bn (£4.4bn) and $12bn (£7.6bn) a year, according to a separate study by a US think tank.

Somali vigilantes have captured 12 armed pirates in two boats, as coastal communities begin to fight back against the sea raiders. Regional leaders at Alula and Bargaal in Somalia's northern Puntland region told the BBC they have put together a militia of fishermen to catch pirates. They decided to act as they were fed up with their fishing vessels being seized at gunpoint by the ocean-going bandits.

excerpts  from bbc    

Friday, February 11, 2011

so Algeria,  four times the size of texas but with only ten million more people than texas. mostly algeria is the sahara. which looks to be a renewable energy producing region . Algeria is already a member of opec and is currently suspect of nuclear activities still carry on from the 80's .any way if these protest turn out well the now largest african country could be playing a lot larger role in the region of the mediterrean sea  

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Thailand V.S. Cambodia

ah the world today seems like the more you know the more there is still to learn. there has been some recent border clashes between the two armies recently even leaving one soldier dead.from what i have heard about it  Thailand was the aggressor due to a growing numbers of nationalist hawks polluting the politic of Thailand. the real sorry thing about this is these ancient temples and stuff being used as a fob.if only thhere was a ancient curse of these temples well hopefully they don't cause enough bloodshed and awaken some crazy ancient demon. 

Thursday, February 3, 2011

the things we do to one another

In the pursuit of wealth and privilege the human species has been known to commit horrendous acts of violence to its own kind.for at least as long as written history has been around and most likely even before that.Being a species capable of reason one would think our acts of violence would seem irrational. but if we look deeper we may find it is really instinctual. we are killers our eyes are in the front. mankind has repeatedly showed its lack of regard to any and all life. So with the twenty first century upon us.With freedom revolts happening all over the global, the price of food and other stables skyrocketing ,and more and more governments struggling to maintain legitimacy. what are we in for. will this century be any different than the last
                                                                Egypt protests turns violent

                                      and last but not least lets look at America's war on terror  

      now more speciaclly to Yemen where the freedom uprising may play into the hands of alqeada

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Egyptian protests turn violent as pro-government supporters attacks the peaceful  liberty seeking protesters while riding CAMELS! that is so cool


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

feb 1st 21st century

more from the pirate wars, found out that pirates are currently holding up to 30 ships.thats seems like a lot but it also seems like we never really heard about the pirates anymore.anyway the liberty uprisings continue across the Arab world and may even be spreading to the non-Arab/Muslim world with protesters in Russia calling for the ouster of Vlad Putin and his   rule of thieves. this could turn into a global demand for freedom.

the tyrants are watching as the slaves free themselves from their chains!