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Monday, October 24, 2011


I think it's criminal,  that the infamous "Wikileaks" paper is being blockaded  finacnically, by which I mean illegal.  Big credit institutions such as Visa, Mastercard, Western Union, and Paypal, have all refused to give funds and transact funds to the Wikileaks organization. This has caused the paper to be cut off from all money, and is slowly drying up.  For those in the dark, Wikileaks is bascially a virtual newspaper, that publishes documents that are generally restricted and not supposed to be seen by anyone.  They published the video " Collateral Murder", and many documents that really opened up some sore wounds between countries. Lots of classified infomation that left many countries with egg on their faces.   This all bubbled to the surface when the solider Bradley Manning was arrested under the alledged act of treason, in which he supposedly supplied an informant US embassy 'cables', or threads of information. All in all wikileaks has released 92,000 documents from just the war in afganistan alone. Hundreds of thousands, of more of different countries..  This organization is now on the verge of collapse by credit companies who are obviously being pressured from countries around the world.  One more light goes dim on the beacons of free thought and speech. Any thoughts on this?

The Wikileaks Mission Statement:
"to bring important news and information to the public... One of our most important activities is to publish original source material alongside our news stories so readers and historians alike can see evidence of the truth."

Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Infinite Cycle of Life

I found this picture while doing some research into the Bhagavad Gita, a section in the much larger epic, The Mahabrata. The story takes place on the eve of a grand battle for control of some unnamed area of India. Our main protagonist, Arjun, is a warrior in the upcoming conflict, and is pondering the morality of engaging in combat with his fellow Indians and even relatives.  Its there that the Lord Krishna, comes to the aid of our troubled warrior. Krishna is the holiest of holy forms of Visnu, the supreme God in the Hindu religion. Krishna appears before Arjun and soothes him with the comforting words that basically help him realize that death is a door. Arjun is told that he shouldn't worry about killing his relatives, friends, or neighbors, because sending them to the afterlife, would just hurry them to nirvana. He'd actually be doing them a favor by helping them break the cycle of death and rebirth, and reach that divine state. Krishna punctuates his point, but showing Arjun his divine form, free of the human facade he puts up. Arjun is taken aback by the utterly magnificent, and godly sight before him, and is almost brought to tears...

I bring this up because of the picture features the infinite loop of the life cycle of human. I just love how the old man falls limp at the last stage and is brought through the other side as a child...from the hands of the reaper, to the arms of the young maiden.... beautiful.. Until next time guys!

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Operation: Occupy Wallstreet

Your_Government_is_in_control_by_GraffitiWatcherThis year has been one of revolt, change, and revolution. The Arab Spring, started and grounded, right here in the computer networks of the internet, have proven to their now crumbling totalitarian governments, that they won't take it. The unseen hand of revolt has crossed into our own borders. In a final defiance that has finally gotten people mobilized and taken to the streets, we here in the US are feeling our own Spring. This one against the 2 % of American that hold the reigns of the economy, and our purse strings.

Don't be fooled guys, the media will not portray this demonstration in fair light. I had to watch the foreign Al Jazeera to get a more balanced opinion. Occupy Wallstreet indeed, doesn't have a clear list of demands and solutions, but by god its a start. I can't stand when people complain about something but do nothing to fix it.  Or atleast contribute something to fix it, if your going to open your mouth to complain. What this revolt lacks is a figure head. The Civil Rights marchs had Dr. King, for example, most large scale rallies and long term protests have someone charismatic to sort of 'lead the charge'. Unforutnatly no real tagline is present with this revolt, its just pure passion and anger.  What we have are general grievances against the Wall Street model.
Enviromental Concerns
The Collapse of the American and World Economy
Housing Policies
Basic Human Rights Being ignored
and probably the largest concern... The greed and corruption of Wall Street itself.

In the movie The Network, made in the 70's, the lead TV anchor has this long monolouge on TV about how the country is a mess, and things seem to be falling apart.
"...We don't go out anymore. We sit in the house, and slowly the world we are living in is getting smaller, and all we say is, 'Please, at least leave us alone in our living rooms. Let me have my toaster and my TV and my steel-belted radials and I won't say anything. Just leave us alone.' Well, I'm not gonna leave you alone. I want you to get mad! I don't want you to protest. I don't want you to riot - I don't want you to write to your congressman because I wouldn't know what to tell you to write. I don't know what to do about the depression and the inflation and the Russians and the crime in the street. All I know is that first you've got to get mad. You've got to say, 'I'm a HUMAN BEING, God damn it! My life has VALUE!"
One of my favorite quotes in movie history, it really tells you that the first step to getting something solved is to say 'enough is enough'.
We've been at the mercy of these bigger and bigger wall street companies, for years.  Its nothing new. They operate as if detached from the laws that we all are bound to, and have such money and resources to throw around, it seems that they are untouchable. And of course the major slap in the face, is that these are the same companies that get 'bailed out' when the economy sinks. The question that rattled around was "Where is main st's bail out?" These massive bloated companies get to keep their bodies in the water, but smaller businesses are rubbed out.  It all seems backwards, its not what the founding fathers wanted, this country has taken a long detour from its original purpose of promoting a government that supports independent business, is truely for and by the people. I don't know about you guys, but I don't feel like my government is run by my fellow countrymen.
To cap this off... Wall street is a symbol of how the US does business.  If we the people, who are supposed to  be in control of our own government, see what wallstreet does, as a problem, then change needs to be had. But my argument is this. Why stop at wallstreet? I think our political system and  the same tired way we run our Political machine is in need of a change. Something our current president said when running for office, but has just given us a re-heated plate of leftover politics.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

The Triumphant Return to the Loop

Self Prophetically, I return to my blog on returning states, loops, and repetition. After a long break, some ups and downs in my roller coaster life, I'm back and ready to get on blogging again. What have you missed? Well I"m officially in school now at NJCU, in good 'ol Jersey. But enough about me. Cripes! We've missed some key events in the world! The Arab Spring my god, revolution is in the air! The occupation of Wall Street! Let me tell you, I do think what their doing is aces. I think getting that mentality that you want and demand change is great and they should continue. but I'm not seeing or hearing any real plan or action or what exactly they want done.. I'll follow up this story in due time. Anyway I'm back, so tune back in, turn us back on, and drop out with us again.