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Blog: Global Peace Festivals,aug 9,USA-nov 22,U.K.,2008  

Im looking for contributors to these ongoing Multi-Belief International Global Peace Festivals culminating by 2012,ANY OFFER OF publicity,media,TV,promoting these events would be fantastic,TO UNITE ALL humanitarian organisations,Green Peace,Unicef,Bob Geldof,LIVE8 INVITE THEM ALL to the 22 november festival would have a huge inffluence to change the world overnight,WHY WAIT FOR SLOW PROGRESS,lets do it all NOW,as John Lennon attempted to do.------------------------------------------------------


On my BLOGS page titled (Korean War Veterans - Rev.Moon Messiah - WWII
1945) info about Hitler,Stalin,Jesus and most kings,presidents,leaders
from history in the spirit world now follow Rev.Moon as the Messiah
KING of KINGS and even Satan the angel but not everyone connected to
him surrendered in 1999 and now follows Rev.Moon but you would need a
spiritualist to proove this.

On my BLOGS page on title Korean War Veterans there are speech's of
Rev.Moon giving providential reasons for WWII,Korean War and all wars
since Cain killed Abel which is where all wars and killing began on a
physical level.
The Communist and Democratic Empires were Cain And Abel on a worlwide
level who must be restored and united to end all killing forever,thats
what Rev.Moon teaches.

This is the 1960s,PEACE/LOVE revival with 100% chance to succeed this time.---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Global Peace Festivals,aug 9,USA-nov 22,U.K.,2008

Muslims,Jewish,Christians,Buddhists,Native American Indians or all
beliefs will be attending including politicians,senators,leaders.------------------------------------- Main FFWPU website.-----------------------------------------------
The Second Coming of Christ
Interview with Archbishop George Augustus Stallings, Jr., Founder of
Imani Temple African-American Catholic Congregation of Washington,
Archbishop George Stallings,Pastors testimonies on Rev.Moons 2006 World Tour.------------------------------------------------
Testimonies from Pastors,Senator Donzella James.----------------------------------
Strategies for Transforming Gang Culture------------------------------------------
Interview with Gayokla Nichi, Native American Traditional Healer &
Executive Council Member of the Native American Leadership Alliance.------------------------------------------
Interview with Michael Brown, author of "The Presence Process: A
Healing Journey into Present Moment Awareness.------------------------------------

Im trying to revive the late 1960s period which will culminate on
JANUARY 2013 when the messiah and perfected Adam and Eve will be
announced worldwide by political and religious leaders,this should of
happened by the late 1960s but failed to happen mainly because of

((((THE GREATER PURPOSE OF FAMOUS PEOPLE))))-------------------

the Messiah after 1952 to 1960s,1970s so that they could lead the
world masses to be married by God through Rev.Moon back into THE TRUE
LINEAGE OF GOD,this perfect lineage will produce perfect beautiful
exotic children free of disease and illness,but this failed to happen
and was postponed until after JANUARY 2013,THIS WAS THE GREATER
PURPOSE OF people like Elvis Presley,The Beatles,Eric Clapton,Jimi
Hendrix,Jim Morrison,The Who,Led Zeppelin,etc and all famous
people,THEY WERE LEADING THE LINEAGE OF GOD (but not fully aware of
it) but the Messiah Rev.Moon WHO IS FULLY CONNECTED WITH GOD was
postponed from connecting with them because Rev.Moon was not accepted
by the NECCESARY political and religious leaders of the 1950s,1960s
WHO WERE PREPAIRED BY GOD to then be accepted by other famous people
in the USA,Europe and the rest of the world.((THIS WAS THERE GREATER
PURPOSE)) and the reason most of them are dead is because they were
possibly sacrificed by God for the 1960s revival which I TOTALY ASSURE
YOU 100% gauranteed by God will happen after 2012 which is the end of
the Mayan calendar.

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{ else }   Blog: Christmas Protest Songs  
From Woody Guthrie to John Lennon...

Jethro Tull to Steve Earle, songwriters have seen problems in our world at Christmas time.

This year, as in years past past, there is warfare and social injustice in our world, and it's good to consider, reflect, and perhaps to be inspired by the words of our poets...

We are compiling an album of Christmas Protest Songs on the Protest Songs group. Come check it out! And if you know of any Christmas protest songs that we're missing, please feel free to contribute!

Peace, Happiness, and a Merry Christmas to all!!

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Blog: American Prison Camps Are On The Way  

 American Prison Camps Are on the Way

By Marjorie Cohn

Kellogg Brown & Root, a Halliburton subsidiary, is constructing a huge facility at an undisclosed location to hold tens of thousands of Bush's "unlawful enemy combatants." Americans are certain to be among them.


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Alert: Documentary  
Action Request:Visit - online
Location:United States
a group member from one of my groups created this documentary. i am not advocating the sale of it, but there are many excerpts to watch for free on this site. they alone are worth watching. it is very well and professional done and provides some very important insights into the evolution of iraq anti war movement.
Please watch and pass on, discuss, comment on.
the links on the site are well worth the read also. an act of conscience and voices for peace are also for sale documentaries. again i am not selling them, just want to spread the word of his work. May be able to find copies in libraries.
From the anti-nuclear power protests of the 1970’s, to the nuclear disarmament, labor and Central America solidarity struggles of the 1980’s, to the protests of indigenous peoples across the Americas and coalition movements for social justice of the 1990’s, to the growing global peace movement of the new millennium, award-winning independent documentary filmmaker Robbie Leppzer has chronicled grassroots activism over the last 25 years.

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Blog: Equal Time For Bush  
Being a fair and just person I have decided to grant equal time to bush, after the long blog of kerrys speech. But i found so much on bush i will have to do it as excerpts with the website links.

Nice Guy? or the Devil's Spawn?
He snorted cocaine ... He dodged the draft....His friends knew him as an alcoholic womanizer with a bad temper....a complete failure at business until his wealthy friends rescued him. Yet within a few short years he was elected Governor of Texas, and quickly catapulted into the White House in spite of losing the popular vote. Then he was re-elected with last minute help from Osama Bin Laden, in spite of high disapproval ratings. He still couldn't think his way out of a wet paper bag without the advice of his staff .....and yet he's been able to declare an endless war and institute some of the most radical changes in American history .... ....... How has He done it? I submit to you that George Walker Bush is the ANTI-CHRIST. The violence and destruction that began when Bush first entered office, is now certain to culminate in the apocalypse, as predicted in the Bible over 2,000 years ago.

Welcome to the White House Homepage

11.28.2005: Protecting Our Borders: President Announces Bill of Rights for Non-Terrorist Brown Folk Sneaking Into the Nation Of Texas: "I am here in El Paso today to desperately try to dispel the fears of honest citizens terrified that the ghettoized workforce which keeps America humming might also be spending its nights in cramped, squalid apartments building nuclear jalapeño bombs in the bathtub with the help of 234 live-in relatives..."

The Articulate Speechs of Bush
"You work three jobs? … Uniquely American, isn't it? I mean, that is fantastic that you're doing that." —George W. Bush, to a divorced mother of three, Omaha, Nebraska, Feb. 4, 2005

"Wow! Brazil is big." —George W. Bush, after being shown a map of Brazil by Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 6, 2005 "It's totally wiped out. ... It's devastating, it's got to be doubly devastating on the ground." —George W. Bush, turning to his aides while surveying Hurricane Katrina flood damage from Air Force One , Aug. 31, 2005

"See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda." —George W. Bush, Greece, N.Y., May 24, 2005 (Listen to audio)

The Case Against George W. Bush
The son of the fortieth president of the United States takes a hard look at the son of the forty-first and does not like what he sees By Ron Reagan September 2004, Volume 142, Issue 3 Illustration by Tim O'Brien

George W. Bush Resume
Past work experience:
* Ran for congress and lost.
* Produced a Hollywood slasher B movie.
* Bought an oil company, but couldn't find any oil in Texas, company went bankrupt shortly after I sold all my stock.
* Bought the Texas Rangers baseball team in a sweetheart deal that took land using tax-payer money. Biggest move: Traded Sammy Sosa to the Chicago White Sox.
* With fathers help (and his name) was elected Governor of Texas.
Changed pollution laws for power and oil companies and made Texas the most polluted state in the Union. Replaced Los Angeles with Houston as the most smog ridden city in America. Cut taxes and bankrupted the Texas government to the tune of billions in borrowed money. Set record for most executions by any Governor in American history.
* Became president after losing the popular vote by over 500,000 votes, with the help of my fathers appointments to the Supreme Court.
Accomplishments as president:

Ok thats about all the bush i can handle so thats all you get (I wish)

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Blog: address to congress by a veteran  

Mr. Kerry: Thank you very much, Senator Fulbright, Senator Javits, Senator Symington, Senator Pell.
I would like to say for the record, and also for the men behind me who are also wearing the uniforms and their medals, that my sitting here is really symbolic. I am not here as John Kerry. I am here as one member of the group of one thousand, which is a small representation of a very much larger group of veterans in this country, and were it possible for all of them to sit at this table they would be here and have the same kind of testimony.
I would simply like to speak in very general terms. I apologize if my statement is general because I received notification yesterday you would hear me and I am afraid because of the injunction I was up most of the night and haven't had a great deal of chance to prepare.
Winter soldier Investigation
I would like to talk, representing all those veterans, and say that several months ago in Detroit, we had an investigation at which over 150 honorably discharged and many very highly decorated veterans testified to war crimes committed in Southeast Asia, not isolated incidents but crimes committed on a day-to-day basis with the full awareness of officers at all levels of command.
It is impossible to describe to you exactly what did happen in Detroit, the emotions in the room, the feelings of the men who were reliving their experiences in Vietnam, but they did. They relived the absolute horror of what this country, in a sense, made them do. They told the stories at times they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, tape wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the country side of South Vietnam in addition to the normal ravage of war, and the normal and very particular ravaging which is done by the applied bombing power of this country.
We call this investigation the "Winter Soldier Investigation."
The term "Winter Soldier" is a play on words of Thomas Paine in 1776 when he spoke of the Sunshine Patriot and summertime soldiers who deserted at Valley Forge because the going was rough. We who have come here to Washington have come here because we feel we have to be winter soldiers now. We could come back to this country; we could be quiet; we could hold our silence; we could not tell what went on in Vietnam, but we feel because of what threatens this country, the fact that the crimes threaten it, no reds, and not redcoats but the crimes which we are committing that threaten it, that we have to speak out.
Feelings of Men Coming Back from Vietnam
I would like to talk to you a little bit about what the result is of the feelings these men carry with them after coming back from Vietnam. The country doesn't know it yet, but it has created a monster, a monster in the form of millions of men who have been taught to deal and to trade in violence, and who are given the chance to die for the biggest nothing in history; men who have returned with a sense of anger and a sense of betrayal which no one has yet grasped.
As a veteran and one who feels this anger, I would like to talk about it. We are angry because we feel we have been used in the worst fashion by the administration of this country. In 1970 at West Point, Vice President Agnew said "some glamorize the criminal misfits of society while our best men die in Asian rice paddies to preserve the freedom which most of those misfits abuse" and this was used as a rallying point for our effort in Vietnam. But for us, as boys in Asia, whom the country was supposed to support, his statement is a terrible distortion from which we can only draw a very deep sense of revulsion. Hence the anger of some of the men who are here in Washington today. It is a distortion because we in no way consider ourselves the best men of this country, because those he calls misfits were standing up for us in a way that nobody else in this country dated to, because so many who have died would have returned to this country to join the misfits in their efforts to ask for an immediate withdrawal from South Vietnam, because so many of those best men have returned as quadriplegics and amputees, and they lie forgotten in Veterans' Administration hospitals in this country which fly the flag which so many have chosen as their own personal symbol. And we can not consider ourselves America's best men when we are ashamed of and hated what we were called on to do in Southeast Asia. In our opinion, and from our experience, there is nothing in South Vietnam, nothing which could happen that realistically threatens the United States of America. And to attempt to justify the loss of one American life in Vietnam, Cambodia or Laos by linking such loss to the preservation of freedom, which those misfits supposedly abuse, is to use the height of criminal hypocrisy, and it is that kind of hypocrisy which we feel has torn this country apart. We are probably much more angry than that and I don't want to go into the foreign policy aspects because I am outclassed here. I know that all of you talk about every possible alternative of getting out of Vietnam. We understand that. We know you have considered the seriousness of the aspects to the utmost level and I am not going to try to dwell on that, but I want to relate to you the feeling that many of the men who have returned to this country express because we are probably angriest about all that we were told about Vietnam and about the mystical war against communism.
What Was Found and Learned in Vietnam
We found that not only was it a civil war, an effort by a people who had for years been seeking their liberation from any colonial influence whatsoever, but also we found that the Vietnamese whom we had enthusiastically molded after our own image were hard put to take up the fight against the threat we were supposedly saving them from. We found most people didn't even know the difference between communism and democracy. They only wanted to work in rice paddies without helicopters strafing them and bombs with napalm burning their villages and tearing their country apart. They wanted everything to do with the war, particularly with this foreign presence of the United States of America, to leave them alone in peace, and they practiced the art of survival by siding with whichever military force was present at a particular time, be it Vietcong, North Vietnamese, or American. We found also that all too often American men were dying in those rice paddies for want of support from their allies. We saw first hand how money from American taxes was used for a corrupt dictatorial regime. We saw that many people in this country had a one-sided idea of who was kept free by our flag, as blacks provided the highest percentage of casualties. We saw Vietnam ravaged equally by American bombs as well as by search and destroy missions, as well as by Vietcong terrorism, and yet we listened while this country tried to blame all of the havoc on the Vietcong. We rationalized destroying villages in order to save them. We saw America lose her sense of morality as she accepted very coolly a My Lai and refused to give up the image of American soldiers who hand out chocolate bars and chewing gum. We learned the meaning of free fire zones, shooting anything that moves, and we watched while America placed a cheapness on the lives of Orientals. We watched the U.S. falsification of body counts, in fact the glorification of body counts. We listened while month after month we were told the back of the enemy was about to break. We fought using weapons against "oriental human beings," with quotation marks around that. We fought using weapons against those people which I do not believe this country would dream of using were we fighting in the European theater or let us say a non-third-world people theater, and so we watched while men charged up hills because a general said that hill has to be taken, and after losing one platoon or two platoons they marched away to leave the high for the reoccupation by the North Vietnamese because we watched pride allow the most unimportant of battles to be blown into extravaganzas, because we couldn't lose, and we couldn't retreat, and because it didn't matter how many American bodies were lost to prove that point. And so there were Hamburger Hills and Khe Sanhs and Hill 881's and Fire Base 6's and so many others. Now we are told that the men who fought there must watch quietly while American lives are lost so that we can exercise the incredible arrogance of Vietnamizing the Vietnamese.
Each day- (Applause) The Chairman: I hope you won't interrupt. He is making a very significant statement. Let him proceed.
Mr. Kerry: Each day to facilitate the process by which the United States washes her hands of Vietnam someone has to give up his life so that the United States doesn't have to admit something that the entire world already knows, so that we can't say that we have made a mistake. Someone has to dies so that President Nixon won't be, and these are his words, "the first President to lose a war." We are asking Americans to think about that because how do you ask a man to be the last man to dies in Vietnam? How do ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake? But we are trying to do that, and we are doing it with thousands of rationalizations, and if you read carefully the President's last speech to the people of this country, you can see that he says, and says clearly: But the issue, gentlemen, the issue is communism, and the question is whether or not we will leave that country to the communists(*)
Returning Veterans Are Not Really Wanted
But the problem of veterans goes beyond this personal problem, because you think about a poster in this country with a picture of Uncle Sam and the picture says "I want you." And a young man comes out of high school and says, "That is fine. I am going to serve my country." And he goes to Vietnam and he shoots and he kills and he does his job or maybe he doesn't kill, maybe he just goes and he comes back, and when he gets back to this country he finds that he isn't really wanted, because the largest unemployment figure in the country- it varies depending on who you get it from, the VA Administration 15 percent, various other sources 22 percent. But the largest corps of unemployed in this country are veterans of this war, and of those veterans 33 percent of the unemployed are black. That means 1 out of every 10 of the Nation's unemployed is a veteran of Vietnam. The hospitals across the country won't, or can't meet their demands. It is not a question of not trying. They don't have the appropriations. A man recently died after he had a tracheotomy in California, not because of the operation but because there weren't enough personnel to clean the mucous out of his tube and he suffocated to death. Another young man just died in a New York VA hospital the other day. A friend of mine was lying in a bed two beds away and tried to help him, but he couldn't. He rang a bell and there was nobody there to service that man and so he died of convulsions. I understand 57 percent of all those entering the VA hospitals talk about suicide. Some 27 percent have tried, and they try because they come back to this country and they have to face what they did in Vietnam, and then they come back and find the indifference of a country that doesn't really care, that doesn't really care.
Lack of Moral Indignation in United States
Suddenly we are faced with a very sickening situation in this country, because there is no moral indignation and, if there is, it comes from people who are almost exhausted by their past indignations, and I know that may of them are sitting in front of me. The country seems to have lain down and shrugged off something as serious as Laos, just as we calmly shrugged off the loss of 700,000 lives in Pakistan, the so-called greatest disaster of all times. But we are here as veterans to say we think we are in the midst of the greatest disaster of all times now because they are still dying over there, and not just Americans, Vietnamese, and we are rationalizing leaving that country so that those people can go on killing each other for years to come. Americans seems to have accepted the idea that the war is winding down, at least for Americans, and they have also allowed the bodies which were once used by a President for statistics to prove that we were winning that war, to be used as evidence against a man who followed orders and who interpreted those orders no differently than hundreds of other men in Vietnam. We veterans can only look with amazement on the fact that this country has been unable to see there is absolutely no difference between ground troops and a helicopter crew, and yet people have accepted a differentiation fed them by the administration. No ground troops are in Laos, so it is all right to kill Laotians by remote control. But believe me the helicopter crews fill the same body bags and they wreak the same kind of damage on the Vietnamese and Laotian countryside as anybody else, and the President is talking about allowing that to go on for many years to come. One can only ask if we will really be satisfied only when the troops march into Hanoi.
Request for Action by Congress
We are asking here in Washington for some action, action from the Congress of the United States of America which has the power to raise and maintain armies, and which by the Constitution also has the power to declare war. We have come here, not to the President, because we believe that this body can be responsive to the will of the people, and we believe that the will of the people says that we should be out of Vietnam now. Extent of Problem of Vietnam War We are here in Washington also to say that the problem of this war is not just a question of war and diplomacy. It is part and parcel of everything that we are trying as human beings to communicate to people in this country, the question of racism, which is rampant in the military, and so many other questions also, the use of weapons, the hypocrisy in our taking umbrage in the Geneva Conventions and using that as justification for a continuation of this war, when we are more guilty than any other body of violations of those Geneva Conventions, in the use of free fire zones, harassment interdiction fire, search and destroy missions, the bombings, the torture of prisoners, the killing of prisoners, accepted policy by many units in South Vietnam.(*) That is what we are trying to say. It is party and parcel of everything.
An American Indian friend of mine who lives in the Indian Nation al Alcataz put it to me very succinctly. He told me how as a boy on an Indian reservation he had watched television and he used to cheer the cowboys when they came in and shot the Indians, and then suddenly one day he stopped in Vietnam and he said "My God, I am doing to these people the very same thing that was done to my people." And he stopped. And that is what we are trying to say, that we think this thing has to end.
Where is the Leadership?
We are also here to ask, and we are here to ask vehemently, where are the leaders of our country? Where is the leadership? We are here to ask where are McNamara, Rostow, Bundy, Gilpatric and so many others. Where are they now that we, the men whom they sent off to war, have returned? These are commanders who have deserted their troops, and there is no more serious crime in the law of war. The Army says they never leave their wounded. The Marines say they never leave even their dead. These men have left all the casualties and retreated behind a pious shield of public rectitude. They have left the real stuff of their reputation bleaching behind them in the sun in this country.
Administration's Attempt to Disown Veterans
Finally, this administration has done us the ultimate dishonor. They have attempted to disown us and the sacrifice we made for this country. In their blindness and fear they have tried to deny that we are veterans or that we served in Nam. We do not need their testimony. Our own scars and stumps of limbs are witnesses enough for others and for ourselves. We wish that a merciful God could wipe away our own memories of that service as easily as this administration has wiped their memories of us. But all that they have done and all that they can do by this denial is to make more clear than ever our own determination to undertake one last mission, to search out and destroy the last vestige of this barbarous war, to pacify our own hearts, to conquer the hate and the fear that have driven this country these last 10 years and more and so when, in 30 years from now, our brothers go down the street without a leg, without an arm or a face, and small boys ask why, we will be able to say "Vietnam" and not mean a desert, not a filthy obscene memory but mean instead the pace where America finally turned and where soldiers like us helped it in the turning. Thank you. (Applause.)
or whether or not we will try to give it hope to be a free people. But the point is they are not a free people now under us. They are not a free people, and we cannot fight communism all over the world, and I think we should have learned that lesson by now.

This speech was delivered almost 35 years ago. Sen. Kerry's speech could very well be delivered again today with just minor alterations: vietnam = iraq; communism=terrorism. They major difference is that congress listened to him, today he would be told by our president that he was not worth talking to. That he is unamerican for questioning the government.
(*)BOLD are the two specfic statements i feel represents the attitudes of todayjohn kerry

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