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the only question that matters: is it true?

Iran has signed the NPT. As a signatory to the NPT, Iran may rightfully, legally, use nuclear technology for peaceful energy purposes. Iran has submitted to and passed repeated IAEA inspections. The US intelligence community (NIE) does not consider Iran a nuclear threat. Israel refuses to sign the NPT. Israel has an estimated several hundred undeclared nuclear weapons. Russia and China have warned that an attack on Iran will have global consequences. That's the situation in a nutshell. Where to next, people? Where to?

Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? - Galatians 4:16


it's all about the symbolism

President Barack Obama will visit the Dr. King Charter School and will participate in a town hall meeting at the University of New Orleans during his visit to the Gulf Coast Thursday, the White House said. The itinerary released late Sunday is the first indicator of locations on what will be a relatively brief stay in New Orleans. Specifics were not immediately available on the president's tour of the King school, which will be open to pool media representatives only. The school teaches students in grades ranging from pre-Kindergarten to 10. The town hall is set to take place at the Recreation and Fitness Center of UNO, located on Lakeshore Drive. The program will begin at 1:15 p.m. Members of the general public will be admitted only if they receive a ticket to the event....Members of the president's cabinet will accompany him on the trip, which the White House calls a demonstration of "his strong commitment to Gulf Coast rebuilding and recovery." Some critics have questioned why Obama has waited eight months to travel to New Orleans and why the visit will be so short.


where's he been...

Obama 'opens' for Lady Gaga at Human Rights Campaign Dinner

A day after he unexpectedly won the Nobel Peace Prize, President Barack Obama was still just an opening act for a pop star. At the Human Rights Campaign dinner on Saturday night in Washington, D.C., the president joked, "It's privilege to be here tonight to open for Lady Gaga. ... I've made it."

During her performance at the 13th annual dinner, Gaga said she was there to "represent those young people who are taking a stand, who are going tomorrow to march with all of us," referring to Sunday's National Equality March. "You are inspiring a tremendous number of young people, and I know that tomorrow is going to be just as memorable as tonight was. And I promise to continue and to love and be loyal, to stand up for and to continue to challenge the world, for all of you. I'm not going to play one of my songs tonight because tonight is not about me, tonight is about you."

The singer then admitted that she changed "some of the words" and a few of the melodies to John Lennon's classic plea for understanding and peace, "Imagine." Tinkering with the lyrics, she inserted references to the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student whose death became a national rallying cry for hate-crime legislation. "Imagine there's no heaven/ It's easy if you try," Gaga sang in a jazzy croon, "No hell below us/ And only Matthew in the sky." Later she sang, "People of the nation, are you listening?/ It isn't equal if it's sometimes/ I want a real democracy."

Gaga also appeared during Sunday's march, and though she didn't perform, she urged an end to homophobia and misogyny in the music industry and gave props to her "most beautiful gay fans in the world." Wearing black pants, a white tuxedo shirt and black suspenders, Gaga received a hero's welcome and said even with all the worldwide success she's experienced over the past two years, the appearance in front of the adoring crowd on the mall in Washington was "the single most important moment of my career."

Saying she was inspired by the new young generation of gay activists, Gaga told the crowd, "They say that this country is free and they say that this country is equal, but it's not equal if it's sometimes." Then, to make sure they knew she meant business, she added, "Obama, I know that you're listening," then shouted, "Are you listening? ... We will continue to push you and your administration to bring your words of promise to a reality. We need change now. We demand actions now."

So Obama 'opens' for Lada Gaga, the Illuminati Puppet, who proceeds to shout demands at him the day after he wins the Nobel Peace Prize. I'm sorry, but that's bizarre. - ed.

The symbolism surrounding Lady Gaga is so blatant that one might wonder if it’s all a sick joke. Illuminati symbolism is becoming so clear that analyses like this one becomes a simple exercise of pointing out the obvious. Her whole persona (whether its an act or not) is a tribute to mind control, where being vacuous, incoherent and absent minded becomes a fashionable thing.

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kenny said...


Maybe I just haven't noticed before but Lady Gaga seems to have been on TV a lot here the last couple of weeks. I wasn't aware of her at all until what has seemed to be a blitz of publicity, even on our local stations.

A. Peasant said...

hey, yes (sorry for delay responding). she's an illuminati puppet victim sacrifice and she's bossing the president around. God only knows what that makes him but it can't be good.

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