Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

By Jane Kiesel  ( TI from USA )

The Chains No One Can See

They watch me all the time
they see me in the bathroom
they watch me takes showers
they watch me through my tears
for years and years and years.

they know what I am thinking
they record all of my dreams
they know where I am going
it's crazy as it seems.
they block my right to love and work
no constitutional rights for me
they can make me have sex with them
and make sure I'm never free.

they can give me pain and heart attacks
and cause me to be disabled
any experiment they want to perform
and then they can prove I am unstable

they can make me hot
they can make me cold
I once was young
now I'm old
I wanted to love again, 
have children, live life!
No one can see these weapons that bind me
that can stab me like a knife

there are no secrets anymore
with my family or my friends
half of me just died and ended
though I can't say how or why or when

they use me for all kinds of things
and rape me when they need
they want me to excell at thoughts
and fly like I have wings

all the terror and all the fear
people stealing all my years
how can I prove all this is real
when no one can see what I feel?

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Opening Remarks by UN Resident Coordinator, Malaysia Mr.Kamal Malhotra

Speakers on The Current Human Rights Landscape in Malaysia

With one of the Foreign Delegates.

Having lunch with Non governmental Organizations.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Infowars Presents: Dr. Nick Begich ((HD) FULL)


Dr. Nick Begich has been pursuing independent research in science and politics for most of his adult life. Dr Begich received a doctorate in traditional medicine from the Open International University for Complimentary Medicines in November 2004. Dr. Begich the eldest son of US Congressman Nick Begich Sr. and political activist Pegge Begich.

During this interview conducted by prisonplanet.tv, Dr. Begich talks about many controversial science experiments, including HAARP, Mind Control technology, compartmentalization within the science community, and how these technologies, which might be used for the progress of all mankind, is currently controlled by secret military industrial complex interests putting all of humanity at risk.

Finally, Dr. Begich spends some time telling us his perspective of the plane crash that killed his father, Congressman Nick Begich sr. and US House Majority leader, Hale Boggs. Dr. Begich recalls out the historical election that faced the U.S. immediately after this tragic plane crash. An almost forgotten event in American history, one that not only changed the course of U.S. history, but the history of the world as well.

NSB denies ability to disturb candidates
Central News Agency
2011-12-06 09:37 PM
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Taipei, Dec. 6 (CNA) The National Security Bureau said in a press release Tuesday that it has neither the technology nor the devices to disturb anyone seeking elected office. The press release was issued in response to repeated claims by People First Party vice presidential candidate Lin Ruey-shiung that he had been attacked by 18,750 KHz electromagnetic waves for three consecutive nights from Sept. 20. If Lin has any concerns about being disturbed by what he calls "electromagnetic radiation," he can apply for a test by the "responsible government agency," the NSB said in the press release. According to Lin, he was unable to sleep for three nights and was eventually forced to move to a hotel, "otherwise I would have gone mad." He repeated his claim Tuesday while campaigning in Taichung, central Taiwan, and said he knew it was an electromagnetic radiation attack because he is a professional in that area. Lin is a public health expert whose specialist fields include cancer risks from electromagnetic radiation. It would require a sophisticated technique to launch such an attack, Lin said while visiting a high-tech company in the Central Taiwan Science Park. The NSB quoted the National Communications Commission (NCC) as saying that neither the military nor the National Security Bureau nor any other government unit has applied to use the 18.75 MHz or 1875 MHz frequency. The NSB said it would never break the law by eavesdropping on anyone and that if NSB staff are to execute their duty of monitoring a subject, they will definitely abide by the Communications and Monitoring Act. (By Emmanuelle Tseng, Chen Ching-ping and S.C. Chang)