Archive | September 22, 2012

Why 9/11 2012 was Definitely a False Flag!*

Why 9/11 2012 was Definitely a False Flag!*

This is according to Veterans Today, which has the experience, and the network to verify their own investigations! Please note the dispute clip Innocence of Muslims is still on Youtube… It does not take 5 minutes for Google to pull a video by governmental request!



  • 15 foreign assualt teams from surveillance to traffic management, to perimeter security to fire support and communications were in Libya in ahead of time
  • 50 trained special operations troops were used for the assault with advance teams and support bringing the total to minimally 80 -100+ men
  • The U.S. compound and Ambassador Stevens were placed under surveillance
  • secure communications were hacked using advanced technologies unavailable.
  • Fire support was supplied by gun trucks
  • In advance of the attack, a perimeter was established, isolating the US Consulate compound which included 7 homes
  • Americans were first channeled into a “safehouse” by a coordinated “two pronged” attack

Those efforts would have been useless without the influx of GOP funding for the Jones telethon, without Google’s violation of its own policies, keeping an offensive YouTube video online and without key sources in the Middle East promoting the video carefully time to the assault by highly trained special operations forces believed to have flown in from Dubai.

Management of the US press, continually dancing from one conspiracy theory to another, is a clear sign that this operation originated in the United States.

It was handed off to an intelligence agency tied to the Romney campaign and Netanyahu, who turned to friends in the Gulf, as intelligence reports confirmed, to complete the complex and well coordinated military operation on two continents.

FBI groups operating inside Libya are working on the assumption that the attack was premeditated but have been restricted from investigating


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Why Protests are Sweeping the Middle East

‘Film-maker’ Disappears without a Trace While the Effect Sparks a 9/11 Incident.

Syrian Truths Surfacing!*

Remember Iraq -Think of Iran!

Zionist Media Dominates West and Middle East

Fabricating War!*

Fathers Also Biologically Attune to their Children

Fathers Also Biologically Attune to their Children


By Hwaa Irfan

Left out of the bonding picture for so long when it comes to research, recent research from University of Notre Dame reveals the biological father’s role in nurturing. In a nutshell, the father’s testosterone level drops when he sleeps near his children. Before panicking about one’s sense of virility, and fertility, testosterone is a steroidal hormone that responds to the physical and emotional environment. For example levels of testosterone will increase prior to a competitive-aggressive challenge/event, and will decrease in response to negative emotions for example. In other words a male’s testosterone level will fluctuate throughout the course of a day.

From a sample of 362 fathers aged 25 -25 years of age, anthropologist Lee Gettler from the University found that close sleeping close and on the same level of the child lowers testosterone compared to fathers who sleep alone. The fathers were divided into sleeping patterns: location, solitary, same room as children, or same surface as children.

Their testosterone levels were measured from saliva samples on waking and before sleep. The difference was not significant between the groups from the waking samples, but fathers who slept on the same surface had the lowest levels of the groups.

“Our prior research has shown that when men become fathers, their testosterone decreases, sometimes dramatically, and that those who spend the most time in hands-on care — playing with their children, feeding them or reading to them — had lower testosterone. These new results complement the original research by taking it one step further, showing that night-time closeness or proximity between fathers and their kids has effects on men’s biology, and it appears to be independent of what they are doing during the day” said Getter.

The capitalization of gender, especially in Westernized societies, has generally been successful in removing men and women from the home, to the workforce until now leaving the child pretty much to his/her own devices, or ‘the significant other(s), which in many instances is the T.V. and its derivatives. That period of industrialization has pretty much come full circle with a growing number of men who have individuated enough to play a greater role in family life, and the rearing of their children as is the case in many family-centered societies that have not been blessed with globalization in one form or another.

When fathering is more interactive, instead of being carried out from a distance, the testosterone level falls because there is increased empathy (oxtocyin), and empathy is good for home life!

We learn from children about ourselves: patience (sabr), compassion, how to listen, how to give unconditional love, and from that unconditional love, how to respect another way of seeing, and being. This important gift of the self is remiss in most public spaces today.

Even if a father has to go out to work, i.e. away from home, a father can compensate for this loss by spending time with his child in the evenings. As the child gets to know their father more and more, a child is more likely to listen to needed counsel from the father than from the T.V. or an errant friend/stranger. What greater confirmation of fatherhood than knowing that one has a place in one’s child’s life beyond the wage packet!

Once, a Bedouin saw the Prophet kissing a small kid. Out of wonder he said, “I have eight children but I never kiss them”. The Prophet remarked, “What can I do if Allah has taken away love and compassion from your heart”. (Al-Bukhari #91 and #8.26)


Lee T. Gettler, James J. McKenna, Thomas W. McDade, Sonny S. Agustin, Christopher W. Kuzawa. Does Cosleeping Contribute to Lower Testosterone Levels in Fathers? Evidence from the Philippines. PLoS ONE, 2012; 7 (9): e41559 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0041559

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Where Did Compassion Go?

Your Children and Sleep Deprivation

Children Need the Outdoors Like Earth Needs Rain!

Taking Care of Your Family Home

The Highs and Lows of Testosterone

True Wealth

Laughter the Best Medicine in Depressing Times

My Child is Driving Me Crazy!