Archive | January 12, 2013

Who Needs Who!

Who Needs Who!

This is what we have been taught over the years in order that we may be freed from any commitments other than enslavement to our global governors and their haram banking system.

It easy to fight against something, but whatever gains are made are temporary, because protesters do not stand and fight For something greater than themselves. That realization has yet to dawn on those Egyptians whose recent protests by the ‘ANTI’s’  only serve to facilitate entrenched colonialism to our global governors, and spread distrust between neighbors about everything using dirty tactics. The sense of meaning only seems t exist amongst those deemed ignorant by the elite who has always, turn to each other.

The people of Greece, however have realized after constant protests that the austerity measures are a means to make servile the population to the agenda of global governance as their sovereignty both personal and national is being stripped away.

It is in fear and by division they rule us, and it is together the real change begins!

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1,000 Dolphins Stampede Southern California*

1,000 Dolphins Stampede Southern California*

Passengers on board Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari tour boat were treated to a rare sight this past weekend when around 1,000 common dolphins began to stampede off Dana Point in Southern California.

The unusual event happened on Saturday and then on again on Sunday, from when the video below was filmed.

Dave Anderson, the boat’s owner, told The Los Angeles Times that throughout his 10 years in business he’s almost never seen a pod of dolphins this large charging through the waters at full speed.

“It’s one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen a lot of beautiful and interesting things,” Anderson said.

It’s not clear why this happened, but Anderson guesses that the marine mammals may have been chasing something or were spooked.

“We don’t know. I know they’re not running away from the boat. It seems like they’re responding to something but I just don’t know what it is,” he told the website.

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