Friday, January 8, 2010
Found this picture in the Toast Man video and wondered why the toasted cars were so far from the World Trade Center. I looked at Google Earth and then Google Street views and found the identical fence.
The fence in front of the toasted cars is the same as the fence around this property, which can be seen behind the cars in this picture. A better picture of the fence can be seen in the picture below. The toasted cars seem to be somewhat under the bridge, just behind the fence, and not far from the buttress of the Manhattan Bridge. The buttress is .07 miles or 370 feet from the camera location and the back fence is 210 ft from the camera location.
This location is about 1.35 miles from the WTC. The question is...did someone move them there, or did they get toasted on the spot? Just one more curiousity to submit to the open and independent investigation of this crime of the century. I'm not holding my breath because I ran out of air years ago...G:
Toasted cars video
If ya missed it it's at 5:10...G:
Monday, January 4, 2010
We are rapidly approaching the era of Frankenfood and if the Agrocorp's have their way we won't even be able to grow our own. There is a movement to re-instate small farms and organic methods, but large corporations like Monsanto are buying influence in government, in our educational system, and even the corporate media.
In the farming department, Monsanto is so busy buying up the leading seed companies that the only way you can grow untainted food is to buy or borrow heirloom seed. So entrenched is this devious purveyor of poison and herbacides that, in some cases, it is actually illegal to grow organic food in your own garden.
All is not lost yet though, the folks in Chambersburg PA have formed their own legal coalition called the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund. Here's an article from their web site...
"Small Farm Extermination"
Thomas Linzey, Esq. 675 Mower Road, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 17257
Multinational agri-business corporations set out almost forty years ago to exterminate family farmers and take control of food production in the United States. That chilling proposition, which has been asserted by farming communities across the Country over the past decade, gained support last week with the release of a document authored by several agri-business corporations.
The 1962 strategy memorandum, entitled "An Adaptive Program for Agriculture", was drafted by a group of multinational corporations called the "Committee for Economic Development" and it lays out a detailed plan for the decidedly un-American corporate takeover of an American institution - the family farm.
Chapter 6 of the memorandum calls for a two pronged strategy, either "(a) leakproof control of farm production by agri-business corporations" or "(b) a program, such as we are recommending here, to induce excess resources - primarily people - to move rapidly out of agriculture."
One of those "excess resources" - an Illinois hog farmer named Keith Bolin - was one of the farmers who read the paper. In an interview done shortly after Farm Aid, Bolin spoke of the absolute control being exercised over hog prices by agri-business corporations. He explained that "Many factory farms are packer owned and packer controlled. And when the packers are short of hogs and they don't want to bid up for my hogs, they flood the market with their own and drive the price down. They force me to chase the market down. They use their own hogs to drive the price lower." Last year, Bolin lost thirteen months of net worth. Last month, he canceled his health insurance to cut his operating costs. Next year, he sees himself taking a job off the farm.
In blunt testimony before the Senate Ag Committee, he stated that "this is not about efficiency or inefficiency. It's about control of our food supply by a few multinationals who are not loyal to Main Street, or rural America, or the American flag."