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January 27, 2011

Anniversary Rundown

"If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of 100 years, teach the people." ~Confucius

On this lovely day, FugginSuggin.com gives to you a 1 year anniversary edition of our stream of conscious, current event rundown.  There has been a lot that we've wanted to get off our chests, so let's vent:

The first episode of former-Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura's (overly dramatized) television show, "Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura," discussed a government plan to use technology to control the weather.  With recent news of Abu Dhabi's successful secret program to control weather patterns in the Middle East, resulting in at least 52 summer rain storms in the desert, it is evident that Governor Ventura's "conspiracy theory" holds water (da dum chee).  Entitled "HAARP," the first episode of Mr. Ventura's TruTV television show discusses the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the US Air Force, the US Navy, the University of Alaska and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). 
The HAARP device looks very similar to the technology produced by the Swiss Company, Meteo Systems, for Abu Dhabi.   Conspiracy theorists have went so far as to link HAARP technology to the Haiti earthquake, as well as stating that the device is a form of scalar weaponry that could be the cause of the mass bird and fish deaths that occurred recently (which mainstream, corporate-owned news media are assuring us are no sign of an impending apocalypse).  It would not be the first time the U.S. government has conducted confidential biological experiments that are later covered up by mainstream media as a reported "strange coincidence."  As long as the U.S. government does not use this environmental manipulation technology on foreign countries, they do not violate the 1977 U.N. Environmental Modification Convention Treaty.  Yes, countries agreed in the late 1970s (including ratification by the U.S.) not to use technology to manipulate the environment for hostile reasons.  

On a recent flight I watched the Jet Blue attendant load all waste in the same bin, including aluminum cans and plastic bottles.  I asked her whether the airline recycled, to which she responded that she was unsure.  After looking into it, it appears that not only are airlines polluting our air with their toxic emissions, but they are also so concerned with maximizing profits that, for the most part, they've decided not to recycle the mass amounts of recyclable waste.  This "Fugg the World" mindset is not limited to the airlines, as airports are also a culprit, being suspiciously slow in embracing the recycling movement.   Hey Greenpeace, instead of soliciting money on the boardwalk, how about you write a few letters to some of these airline and airport executives and pressure them to start recycling. 

An American trends analyst for the Trends Research Institute believes that in 2011, young people from industrial societies around the world will unite on the Internet to overthrow increasingly ineffective elements of globalism that have driven their economies into depression.  Gerald Celente's bold prediction for 2011 was that, "[The Internet is] exposing the corruptness, the ineptitude and the double dealing going on that [governments] don't want the public to know about," he told Russia Today. "The more freedom of information that goes out, they're going to start using cyber war and the war on terror to take that Internet freedom away from America."  Mr. Celente has pointed to the uprisings in Europe throughout 2010 (not to mention the latest civil unrest in Egypt and Yemen), and explained that the U.S. youth will take longer to come to that breaking point.  He thinks that the uprisings will continue as a necessary reaction to the state of the world and efforts of globalists. 

If you do not believe that the U.S. government constantly uses tragedy as propaganda to control the emotions of the masses in order to gain support for policy decisions, watch the 2010 documentary, "The Tillman Story," about the tragic cover up of the death of former NFL player, Pat Tillman, who was killed by his fellow soldiers in 2004.   

The U.S. Department of Justice wants Internet service providers and cell phone companies to be required to hold on to records for longer to help with criminal prosecutions, US deputy assistant attorney general Jason Weinstein told a congressional subcommittee on Tuesday.  This is just the latest in an ongoing push by the U.S. for more government control over Internet-related technologyIn a related story, Consumer Watchdog, has called on a congressional investigation into Google's relationship with U.S. President Barack Obama's administration and the National Security Agency.  It seems like Big Brother really is watching us.

Did President Obama essentially plagiarize parts of Tuesday's State of the Union Address?  After seeing Meg Whitman steal from Governor Arnold, it is no surprise that these speech writers take from others before them.  Intellectual property is an illusion anyway. 

And coming soon on FugginSuggin.com, are the Wikileaks' disclosures really controlled disinformation?   What else should our readers expect in the FUGGIN new year...

"It's going to be the year of the sharp elbow and the quick tongue." ~George W. Bush