Thursday, August 26, 2010


The June issue of Canadian Geographic has an article about the Ontario government planting trees. The writer is pretty one-sided. He doesn't really talk about the feelings of the people who live in the area where the trees are being planted.

The same issue has the winners of the Canadian Geographic Environmental Science awards, recognizing amateur scientists. This is really cool. So often in our society today, the perception is that you have to have a degree to do anything credible. It's great that these ordinary people are being recognized for their work in the field of science.

The July issue of Chatelaine has an article about a woman who delivered her baby through natural childbirth. The article says that the birthing process is easier when you're upright or lying on your side. This is because the force of gravity is with you. Why do you think some babies are born in vehicles on the way to the hospital? Because the women are sitting and the force of gravity helps the baby come out easier. Another good way to ease the delivery is to squat on a chair.


An interesting fact about AUGUST 2010

This AUGUST has





Two moons on 27th August 2010 

27th Aug the Whole World is waiting for.............  

Planet Mars will be the brightest in the night sky starting August. It will look as large as the full moon to the naked eye. This will culminate on Aug.
27 when Mars comes within 34.65M miles off earth. Be sure to watch the sky on Aug. 27 12:30 am. It will look like the earth has 2 moons.  

The next time Mars may come this close is in 2287.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010


by K. M. Peyton. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1984.

While on holiday in Greece, Jonathan Meredith is seduced by family friend and fellow schoolmate Iris Webster. After he has returned to his and Iris's boarding school, he learns Iris is pregnant. When the school administration finds out, they take away all the priveliges Jonathan enjoys as head prefect. Thus, Jonathan runs away to his friend Peter's, and the two friends end up living in an old farmhouse and training a horse for the Grand National. Along the way, Jonathan still has to contend with the manipulative Iris and Peter's girlfriend, Pip.

This book is thoroughly enjoyable. You feel like you're right there, back in the days of Thatcherism. You find yourself right in the books different settings: from the Greek islands, to the boarding school, to the English countryside.

Friday, August 13, 2010


I recently learned of the death of John Dellozer, long-time staff announcer and producer at TV Ontario.

I don't actually remember him being the staff announcer-the only one I remember is the guy who was staff announcer before Bob Boving. However, I have seen clips of him on YouTube doing id's and other announcements and I thought he was just fabulous.

His abilities were at a level which I think all broadcasting students should try to reach.

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Bolshevik Communists' Destruction of Baku's Oil Fields in 1920 Mirrors that ofBP's Gulf of Mexico Disaster in 2010

Rothschild, Rockefeller, Lenin, and the Destruction of Baku's Oil Fields

Oil derricks sprouted up everywhere in Baku, Azerbaijan The fields were the largest In the world at the time.

At the turn of the 20th century the world's #1 oil producing field was in the prosperous port city of Baku, in Azerbaijan. The famous Nobel brothers of Sweden launched the Baku oil boom in 1873. Soon huge oil tankers from that region were traversing the globe.
Then, in 1883, oil companies owned by the Rothschild family entered the scene in Baku followed by Rockefeller's gigantic Standard Oil Company. Heated competition was on for control of the world's top producing region.
At the time, Rockefeller and Rothschild were competing as the world's foremost oil and banking barons. But the two competitors each finally realized that competition was not a good tiling. The more oil wells they drilled, the more oil was produced, the more the price of oil per barrel fell. This led a disgruntled John D. Rockefeller to exclaim, "Competition is a sin!"
A solution, therefore, was soon brokered. It was decided that the world's markets would geographically be carved up, with the two barons, Rockefeller and Rothschild, each having their separate, well-defined shares. Moreover, limits would be put on oil produced globally so as to keep the market price as high as possible. Under this arrangement, both Rothschild and Rockefeller would benefit.
Of course, all other competition would be squelched, driven out of business, including the Nobel Oil Company in Baku.
The next course of action was that the Rockefeller. Rothschild cartel and their banker associates (Schiff, Warburg, Morgan, et al) proceeded to fund and sponsor the Bolshevik Communist revolution of 1917. Their puppets, Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin, soon reigned over the vast Soviet Russia empire.
In April of 1920, Lenin, following orders from the Rockefeller-Rothschild cartel, went into action in Baku. Bolshevik troops and irregulars attacked and conquered the country of Azerbaijan and launched an all-out assault on Baku. Hundreds of thousands of residents were slaughtered, especially the families of the oil company executives, engineers, and chief workers. Their luxurious mansions and homes were plundered, wives and children raped, tortured and murdered. Then the oil derricks and facilities of Baku were set on fire—torched.
Whoosh! Instantly, one of the world's top oil producing regions was no more. The Nobel brothers fled for their lives back to Sweden, suffering a huge financial loss. Naturally,
the Baku oil assets of Rothschild and Rockefeller were lost as well, but this was according to plan. That plan dictated that Russia would, during the Communist era, not be a world player in oil. This closing of Baku immediately resulted in an astronomical increase in the global price of oil. Rockefeller and Rothschild were well compensated for the temporary loss of their Baku assets. "Creative Destruction" had brought fabulous riches to these two corrupt Illuminati dynasties.
Now, in 2010, consider: The planet is once more awash in petroleum (oil). The price in 2008 of $147 per barrel had, just two years later, plunged to $78, and even more oil is being daily discovered. Voila!—tragedy struck one of the world's premier oil producing regions, the U.S.A.'s Gulf of Mexico.
Hey, 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon fiasco—look in the mirror. Do you see your own image there staring back, circa 1920, in the "Creative Destruction" of Baku's oil fields?

Oil company executives and engineers at Baku were summarily executed by the Bolsheviks. Lenin declared an official "Week of Plunder" in which hundreds of thousand were massacred, the oil fields torched, homes and mansions ransacked, and women and children raped and killed. Lenin's Red Terror in the U.S.S.R. eventually consumed 66 million victims!
Joseph Stalin, as
a young
revolutionary, was
an "organizer" of
oil workers and
fomented riots
and insurrection.
Later, after the
gained power in
Moscow, Stalin
was sent by Lenin
to plunder Baku
and its oilfields.

Communist monsters Stalin, Lenin, and Trotsky (1919) were installed in power with the financial backing of Rothschild, Rockefeller, and their Jewish associates.
Rothschild and the Nobel brothers built the world's first oil tankers, which operated out of Baku.

Baku's oil fields go up in flames, causing a global oil scarcity and enriching Rothschild and Rockefeller.
Lenin, displaying a Masonic hand sign (see Texe Marrs' book, Codex Magica). Standing and saluting is co-founder of Soviet Communism, Leon Trotsky. Both Lenin and Trotsky were crypto-Jews.

Taken from the August, 2010 Power Of Prophecy newsletter by Texe Marrs. Visit Power Of Prophecy Ministries by clicking the link above.


One of the great things about reading blogs is you come across the most amazing stories.

In October 2009, Jeff and Lisa Reeves of Orem, Utah gave birth to a baby girl they named Abigail Rose. However, it turned out Abby had some serious problems with her heart and required many surgeries. Jeff set up a blog so family and friend's could track his daughter's progress.

The blog records Abby's progress, Jeff and Lisa's feelings about this traumatic situation and the other activities of their lives that went on during this time. This blog truly tells a gripping story that will tug at your heart.

Read the blog about Abigail Rose by clicking the link above.

Monday, August 9, 2010


In the June 14 issue of Maclean's, "The End" is about a man who died of a heart condition no one knew he had. He was the identical twin of a brother who had one. There was some suspicion that the man had a heart condition but that faded when he took up sports and was fine. The subject of the article became a teacher and was a huge athlete. Now, some people will say that he should have been tested when he was a child and if he had he would still be alive. However, if his parents had treated him differently, the man wouldn't have been able to benefit so many kid's lives through sports.

Breast cancer was a bit of a hot topic in the June issue of Chatelaine. There was a letter from a woman in Newfoundland who'd just been diagnosed with breast cancer, thanking the magazine for an article they printed in the April issue about the disease. If she's just been diagnosed with breast cancer and she lives in Newfoundland, maybe she should be retested. Seriously.

There was also an in memorium to a blogger on Chatelaine's website who died of breast cancer in April. Her father told readers to mentally swear at cancer every morning. I think this would only help the cancer grow by adding to a person's level of stress.

An article in the same issue by Rebecca "The Kike Bitch" Eckler talks about parents telling their children the circumstances under which the children were conceived. I don't know if it's a good idea to be so open about this. Besides, kids usually find out that stuff eventually.

There is an article in the same issue by a woman telling about how she ended a friendship with a woman whom she realized was never a friend to begin with. The woman is 43. I wonder why she didn't clue into the fact that this friend wasn't a friend back when they were seventeen and the friend stole the writer's date.