Alaska Tsunami warning, 7.1 magnitude earthquake Aleutian Islands, Friday September 2, 2011

Alaska Tsunami warning,  7.1 magnitude earthquake Aleutian Islands, Friday September 2, 2011

From Reuters September 2, 2011.

“A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck on Friday in the Aleutian Islands off Alaska, the U.S. Geological Survey reported, prompting a tsunami warning for a portion of Alaska’s coast.

The warning was posted for coastal areas from Unimak Pass, 80 miles northeast of Dutch Harbor, to Amchitka Pass, 125 miles west of Adak.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said it did not see a threat of a widespread destructive tsunami from the quake, which was centered in the Pacific Ocean, 107 miles southeast of Atka, Alaska.

The quake, which struck at 6:55 a.m. EDT, was 22.1 miles deep, the USGS said.”


89 responses to “Alaska Tsunami warning, 7.1 magnitude earthquake Aleutian Islands, Friday September 2, 2011

  1. Good Morning CW, et. al.

  2. Good morning Zach, et al.

  3. Harrp close by

  4. Jobs number looks bad. Next week it might be better becuase of temporary hiring due to Irene repair efforts. But may it will be a wash because some businesses were forced to close. Well you the heck knows?

    Nonfarm Payrolls – 0
    Unemployment Rate – Level 9.1 %
    Average Hourly Earnings – M/M change -0.1 %

  5. I thought they had made a mistake putting 0 as the jobs number. I thought maybe they had just put up Obama’s initial.

  6. CW – don’t you think they are playing with the 9.1% rate being unchanged? The only way that could happen is to bump up the number of those who have given up looking for work.

  7. Zach, they have been playing with that unemployment #.
    Anecdotally, the job situation sucks.

  8. Drudge_Report Drudge Report
    Five NASCAR Drivers Decline Obama’s WH Invite…


    “I do have respect for Gov. Perry, and we have spoken on numerous occasions, that’s right,” Trump told Fox News host Neil Cavuto. “He’ll be coming to New York soon.”

    Trump said in recent days he has received several calls from Perry. “We’ve spoken quite a bit. I like him and I respect him,” Trump said.

    Trump, who for the time being has pulled his name out of the GOP presidential sweepstakes, defended Perry’s performance on the campaign trail, saying he thinks Perry “is doing a great campaign.”

    Trump said Perry’s much-criticized remark that it would be “treasonous” for Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to pump more money into the economy was no gaffe.

    “You know, I sort of have to smile when they say, ‘Oh jeez, some of the statements weren’t proper.’ I think those statements were absolutely what people want to hear. People are tired of political correctness, which doesn’t get anybody anywhere.

    “It was a figure of speech and they try to make it like it was a gaffe. That wasn’t a gaffe,” he said. “And let me tell you something, [Perry] picked up plenty of votes with that particular statement — other than with the media.”

  10. Earthquake info.


    Here is my take on why Rubio and Jindal are not outing themselves as ineligible to be POTUS or VPOTUS.

    In the case of Rubio, it’s called courting the Hispanic vote for the Republican party. In Jindal’s case the Hindu/Asian vote.

    Both of these individuals will remain mute on their eligibility status, at party orders, until the string has run out. Come election day some Hispanics will vote for the republican ticket JUST in the hopes one day Senor Rubio will run for El Presidente’.

  12. Zach……I’m reminded daily of a quote from James Baldwin which stated:

    “People who close their eyes to reality, simply invite their own destruction”

    This is so true of many Americans today. They are walking around with blinders on.

    As a nation, we better wake up or accept what’s coming down the pike at us!


    First time since 1945…


  14. rminnc – I absolutely agree. If Obama gets reelected, America deserves whatever comes our way. I may have to check out Glenn Beck’s food storage.


    CHRIS DANIEL: Mr. Juszkiewicz, did an agent of the US government suggest to you that your problems would go away if you used Madagascar labor instead of American labor?

    HENRY JUSZKIEWICZ: They actually wrote that in a pleading.

  16. Happy thanksgiving Mr. Obama!

    Posted on | September 1, 2011 | 22 Comments

    Not long ago Obama was fighting GOP not to have public hearings in November on the issue of raising debt ceiling due to Obama’s insane spending.

    Now he wishes, it was debt ceiling on the agenda in November. Why so?

    Federal Judge for the US district court for the District of Hawaii Susan Oke-Mollway moved my motion hearing to compel production of Obama’s original birth certificate for expert inspection to November 21, 9:30 am in front of magistrate judge Richard Puglisi. So, now right before Thanksgiving, the whole country and media will be talking about Obama’s fraudulent use of a stolen Connecticut Social Security number 042-68-4425 and about his use of computer generated forgery instead of a valid birth certificate. He really wishes it was his drunken sailor spending we were talking about, as at least being moron on the issues of economy is not criminal, you don’t go to prison for being a moron and spending this nation into oblivion. Using stolen Social Security number and a forged birth certificate is criminal, for which he can be moved in handcuffs from the White House to the Big House.

    Happy thanksgiving Mr. Obama! (or should I say Happy Ramadan?)

  17. Unredacted motion for reconsideration with new evidence of Social Security fraud by Obama will be posted on this site on September the 8th, after the speech by Obama

  18. Thank you Bob Strauss. Got to go now. I’ll check in tomorrow. Isn’t there a SCOTUS conference in September for another eligibility case?


    Perry’s largest gubernatorial contributors include Houston homebuilder Bob Perry, Dallas billionaire Harold Simmons and oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens, all involved in the “Swift Boat” campaign that dogged 2004 Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry.

    Helping smooth the transition from Texas to national fundraising is Perry’s experience with the Republican Governors Association, which he led until declaring for the presidency. Under his leadership, the association outraised its Democratic counterpart by a margin of 2-to-1, raking in $22.1 million during the first six months of this year.

    “That has introduced him to a lot of donors across the country,” Barbour said. “There are a lot of folks still out there. Some big names, some not. They’re all going be looking at Perry now.”


    So it’s somewhat natural that Trump had high praise for, and defense of, Rick Perry, who is so far following in the same in-your-face mold, in an interview with the AP’s Beth Fouhy:

    “I think Rick Perry is a real positive. Nobody can predict outcomes, but I think he will do very nicely,” Trump said. “We need someone in this country who is willing to shake things up.”

    Trump also defended Perry’s suggestion Monday that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke would be committing a “treasonous” act if he pumped more money into the economy.

    “It was a meaningless phrase, it was just rhetorical. He’s very emotional about how the country is doing,” Trump said of Perry, pushing back on President George W. Bush’s former political director Karl Rove and other Republicans who have criticized Perry’s comment.


    Reuters) – Rick Perry, the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination to challenge President Barack Obama, ran a formidable fundraising operation during the past decade as governor of Texas.

    Below is a list of Perry’s biggest donors while governor of Texas, according to TPJ. They do not include contributions that can be made to political action committees or other groups helping Perry, which can be unlimited.

    * The political action committee of the Republican Governors Association, which Perry chaired until stepping down to run for president, has been Perry’s biggest donor, giving $4 million during nearly 11 years as governor.

    * Billionaire Texas homebuilder Bob Perry, who is not related to the governor, has given $2.5 million. Perry is also a top donor to American Crossroads, a conservative spending group conceived in part by Republican strategist Karl Rove.

    * Dallas billionaire and businessman Harold Simmons, who has ties to several Texas companies, has given $1.1 million.

    Perry and Simmons both gave to Republican nominees Mitt Romney and former nominee Tim Pawlenty before Perry entered the race. Perry and Simmons also gave financial backing to the Swift Boat Veterans ads attacking 2004 Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry’s Vietnam war record.

    * The Republican National State Elections Committee, has given $750,000 to Perry.

    * Thomas and T. Dan Friedkin, father and son Houston millionaires, have donated $715,000. Perry earlier this month named Dan Friedkin to head the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission.

    * Kenny Trout, a telecommunications executive who founded Excel Communications, has contributed $705,000.

    * A political action committee backed by former Texas Republican Senator Phil Gramm has given $612,000. Perry appointed Wendy Lee Gramm, Phil Gramm’s wife, to head the Texas A&M board of regents and Texas Tax Reform commission.

    * George Brint and Amanda Ryan, Dallas-based tax consultants for business, have given $563,000. Brint is now helping one of the numerous independent spending groups devoted to raising money for Perry.

    * San Antonio Spurs owner Peter Holt has given $538,000. He is chairman of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission.

    * The political action committee of AT&T Inc has contributed $506,000 to Perry, who has backed deregulation of phone companies in Texas.

    * Lonnie “Bo” Pilgrim, founder of Pilgrim’s Pride, the second biggest poultry producer in the United States, has given $497,000.

    * Robert and Mica Mosbacher Sr. of Mosbacher Energy Co. have donated $490,000. Mica Mosbacher is an appointee to the University of Houston regents.


    “As you may know by now, WOR Radio has decided not to renew my contract which expires in October,” Malzberg wrote on his official website. “They have also elected not to have me finish out my contract, so I am officially done with my on-air shows on WOR.”

    Management at WOR have reportedly chosen former New York Governor David Patterson, a liberal Democrat, to replace the firebrand conservative-Republican host.

    This is not the first surprise firing by WOR in recent past. Glenn Beck was axed from the station this past January, reportedly for low ratings.

    Former NY Gov. David Patterson will replace Malzberg
    While some believe the Beck firing was due to a desire by the station to move towards a more localized flavor in its programming, the rationale does not explain why Malzberg, a staple of New York City talk radio for the last 30 years who consistently won his time slot against rival talker Sean Hannity, was let go.

    Malzberg plans to remain a strong voice for social conservatism in the tri-state area, with plans for many different ventures already in the works. He hinted in the interview with FishbowlNY that he might return to WABC, where he spent most of his 30-year career in radio.

    “I grew up at WABC,” Malzberg said. “I would absolutely love to go back to WABC.”

  23. Over 7 is a big one, but growing up in Alaska I know first hand that this isn’t unusual. From what I am hearing from people in the Aleutian fishing ports is that all is o.k.


    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A tsunami warning has been canceled for parts of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska after a 7.1-magnitude earthquake was recorded in the Pacific Ocean.

    Officials canceled the warning early Friday morning after only a small wave was recorded in the remote community of Atka.

  25. The only reason Romney is not a “career politician” is that he has lost every time he has run except for once. If Romney weren’t such a LOSER he would have ted kennedy’s old seat in the Senate now occupied by a WINNING republican.

    But it’s also clear to Romney what Republican primary voters should do in the wake of the ugly jobs report: go against what appears to be their nature and pick someone other than Rick Perry to be their presidential nominee next year.

    Romney, facing down a surging Perry who has knocked him off as the Republican frontrunner, used the jobs report to take another in his new series of subtle swipes at the three-term governor of Texas.

    “Americans need a conservative businessman to get this economy moving again, not career politicians,” Romney said Friday. “That is why I am running.”

    Romney — who has run for U.S. Senate once, governor once and president twice — has been attacking Perry as a “career politician,” an easy phrase to attach to Perry’s many, many years as a Texas elected official


    Romney’s past is more a working class zero

    However, the former private equity firm chief’s fortune — which has funded his political ambitions from the Massachusetts statehouse to his unsuccessful run for the White House in 2008 — was made on the backs of companies that ultimately collapsed, putting thousands of ordinary Americans out on the street. That truth if it becomes widely known could become costly to Romney, who, while making the media rounds recently, told CNN’s Piers Morgan that “People in America want to know who can get 15 million people back to work,” implying he was that person.

    * Bain in 1988 put $5 million down to buy Stage Stores, and in the mid-’90s took it public, collecting $100 million from stock offerings. Stage filed for bankruptcy in 2000.

    * Bain in 1992 bought American Pad & Paper (AMPAD), investing $5 million, and collected $100 million from dividends. The business filed for bankruptcy in 2000.

    * Bain in 1993 invested $60 million when buying GS Industries, and received $65 million from dividends. GS filed for bankruptcy in 2001.

    * Bain in 1997 invested $46 million when buying Details, and made $93 million from stock offerings. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2003.

    Romney’s Bain invested 22 percent of the money it raised from 1987-95 in these five businesses, making a $578 million profit.

    While I have not investigated all of Romney’s Bain investments, there’s little question he made a fortune from businesses he helped destroy.


    Complicating matters, Romney was governor for four years, and during that time, his state’s record on job creation was “one of the worst in the country.” Adding insult to injury, “By the end of his four years in office, Massachusetts had squeezed out a net gain in payroll jobs of just 1 percent, compared with job growth of 5.3 percent for the nation as a whole.”

    How bad is Romney’s record? During his tenure, Massachusetts ranked 47th out of 50 states in jobs growth. There’s a reason he didn’t seek re-election — Romney was wildly unpopular in his home state.


    AS MITT ROMNEY pursues his bid for the presidency, his record as Massachusetts governor will come under scrutiny, including how the state’s economy performed during his administration. Our analysis reveals a weak comparative economic performance of the state over the Romney years, one of the worst in the country.

  29. Ah yes, the 11th commandment …. alive and kicking.


    Mitt Romney insults Americans by trying to hide what he did in the 1980′s and 1990′s in moving US jobs to China at Bain Capital.

  31. No matter how many times I post it the hillbot demRat MORON paxson just does not get it, so I will try again.


    If Gov Perry is the Republican nominee, I WILL DEFINITELY VOTE FOR PERRY THE REPUBLICAN.

    If romney is the nominee, I will probably vote for an Independent unless bo/hillary is the demRat nominee and the comb-over FRAUD is running as an Independent, in which case I will hold my nose and vote for romney.

  32. Not long ago we were lectured on the virtues of the 11th ammendment declared by Ronald Reagan. Since then no one has been spared. Anybody else notice this?

    In addition, FS has posted the same list of Republicans that he voted for in his adult lifetime. Each time one person has been left off of that list, Bob Dole. Would it surprise anybody here if our resident “so and so” voted for Bill Clinton in 1996? And then have the “audacity ” to call LIFELONG Republicans “Hillbots” and the like?

    Does anybody else see the lack of honor in the way that this person engages others who disagrees with him? Does anybody else see the lack of integrity with the way that this persons brain functions?

    Or am I just seeing things?

  33. michelle bachmann and rick santorum’s violations of President Reagan’s 11th Commandment remove them from any consideration as worthy Republican Candidates for the nomination.

  34. For the hillbot demRat paxson information, I voted and campaigned for Bob Dole in 1996.

  35. I wouldn’t expect a hillbo demRat MORON like paxson to understand this but President Reagan’s 11th Commandment only applies to Republican Candidates for office. As an Independent, it certainly does NOT apply to me, I will continue to speak the TRUTH about any candidate I choose to evaluate, Republican, demRat or Independent!

  36. RMINNC……………………..
    People just don’t seem to get it. This alleged recession IS NOT going to to change over night. I personally think that over a decade will be required before we see any subastantial positive change. The conditions right now are comparable to the 1930s. Most people who are old enough know that the depression lasted clear up to WW2. American business might not ever recover completely,because in the 1930s we did not have China as a place to buy cheap merchandise. We only had Japan. But in reality we did not have anywhere near the level of goods coming from Japan then that we have coming from China today. There IS NO QUICK FIX for the mess that has been created by professional politicians who can’t seem to control their spending of OUR MONEY

  37. FS @ 12:41. Sure you did..that’s why you’ve never mentioned his name on your list that you’ve given to us a few dozen times over these past few months and year. But it doesn’t matter, the point that I was making is much larger than quibbling over minutiae.

    It’s about a lack of honor in the way that you engage others and a lack of integrity in your perspective that “shape shifts” at your convenience. “Shape shifters” typically have no core belief system and usually are more concerned with winning the moment than sticking by a set of principles. That is why in the long run their arguments become flimsy and transparently and contradictory over time.


    Ron Paul ad swats Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann

  39. “Lifelong republicans” doe NOT praise hillary, only a hillbo demRat MORON like paxson would post something like this:

    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  40. FEMA management have stated that they have only about $800,000,000 left in their coffers,with which they must use to fix over SEVERAL BILLION in damages. Guess who is going to have to come up with the rest of the gold. Mr.Soetoro is going to be a witness to the worst Democratic defeat in US HISTORY in 2012. Hopefully the Democratic Party will dissolve in it’s own odorous juices.

  41. ………….I think that the Republican party will not be very far behind the Democrats. OUR HOUSE WILL BE CLEANED!

  42. To their credit, Rick Perry and Herman Cain have not violated President Reagan’s 11th Commandment. I hope their respective campaigns continue to honor President Reagan’s 11th Commandment.

    The American People are sick of personal attacks by politicians.

  43. You can look at poll after poll,if you wish, but you must never lose sight of the fact that they are exactrly that. They can be made to favor somebody one minute and make him look like an idiot the next. It is all in the cross section of people who were allegedly asked for their opinions. If you want a bad poll just ask people who don’t have a job. If you want a good poll just ask a YUPPIE. It is largely BULLSH##. Only the master wordsmiths believe polls,because the polls are taken by them. KNOCK, KNOCK…….HHEELLOO, anybody home? There is a light on,but NOBODY SEEMS TO BE HOME!

  44. The time to take the pool is as the voters exit from voting in 2012. Then you will get the TRUTH! In addition it will be in the newspaper the next day.

  45. sorry pool = POLL (stupid assed keyboard.)


    In the latest Fox News poll, Rep. Michele Bachmann scored a surprisingly low four percent, behind Texas Governor Rick Perry, who led with 26 percent. Mitt Romney followed at 18 percent, Sarah Palin doubled Bachmann’s support with eight percent, and Rep. Ron Paul registered seven percent.

    The downward slide for Bachmann comes just weeks after she swept the Ames Straw poll — an early test of the GOP field. But that field lacked the presence of the now dominant Rick Perry. And, the Fox News poll goes one step further in cementing what analysts have suspected for days: Rick Perry is sucking all the wind out of Bachmann’s sails

    Read more:


    Sarah Palin will swoop into Iowa and New Hampshire to speak at tea party rallies this Labor Day weekend, whipping up talk she will announce her candidacy for president. After all, this coming Saturday will mark the third anniversary of her acceptance speech for vice president at the Republican National Convention – a speech which established her as both a conservative icon and a magnet for criticism.

    So if Sarah Palin isn’t running for president, what will she do in 2012? Even as a non-candidate she has the potential to shake up the GOP race. In a recent slickly-produced video producer by Team Palin that chronicles her bus tour of Iowa, Palin shakes hands with a girl in an “Americans for Rick Perry” T-shirt and then poses for a photo with the girl and her fellow Perry supporters.

    “Given the elaborate editing that went into this production, is it likely that Palin would have approved a visual nod to Perry as a mere coincidence?” asks blogger Robert Stacy McCain, a keen-eyed Palin watcher. “I don’t think so.”

    Indeed, Republican governors tell me that while Palin and Perry attended meetings as fellow governors from 2007 to 2009, they clearly bonded. “As executives of the two biggest energy-producing states in the country they had a lot in common and were simpatico on issues,” one governor told me last week. “You could also say they are both larger-than-life personalities who no doubt learned from each other in the publicity department.”

    Rick Perry has already vaunted – at least temporarily – to the front of the GOP presidential pack, leading Mitt Romney by 29% to 22% in the latest Fox News poll that has Palin at 8%. If Sarah Palin decides that 2012 isn’t her year to run, as I firmly believe is the case, but even sweeter revenge could she have on her media adversaries than to give early backing to a kindred conservative spirit who then went on to win the GOP nomination and indeed the presidency?

    That’s why I believe Sarah Palin isn’t running, and why she will ultimately endorse Rick Perry. And if her bet pays off and Perry becomes president, don’t be surprised if the next Secretary of Energy is a certain former Alaska governor who has an aggressive agenda to open up America’s energy resources.

    Read more on John Fund: Why Sarah Palin Is Not Running
    Important: Do You Support Pres. Obama’s Re-Election? Vote Here Now!


    BE AFRAID: US issues worldwide travel alert ahead of 9/11 anniversary…

    BE NOT AFRAID: Big Sis says no credible intel on attacks…



    Tex. Gov. Rick Perry has taken the lead nationally, but GOP voters are really starting to catch on with his campaign in key primary states as well. Recently, Perry’s stormed to the front in South Carolina and Iowa in multiple surveys, and a Republican poll out Friday shows him at the top in another early state in the GOP nomination process: Nevada.

  50. Love primary’s, let the mud fly.
    Better to get it out now, than let the D Rats come up with it later.
    I’m comfortable with a Romney presidency. He’s not my first choice right now. But he can beat BHO.

  51. Pat 1789 | September 2, 2011 at 2:53 pm |

    If Gov Perry is the Republican nominee, I WILL DEFINITELY VOTE FOR PERRY THE REPUBLICAN.

    If romney is the nominee, I will probably vote for an Independent unless bo/hillary is the demRat nominee and the comb-over FRAUD is running as an Independent, in which case I will hold my nose and vote for romney.

  52. Old Salt…

    You said ” the republican party will not be far behind the democrats…OUR HOUSE WILL BE CLEANED” ….I feel you are absolutely right!

    I don’t usually get involved in the pre-candidate debates on who’s best, but I will this one time…..As for Mr. Perry, all I have to say is;
    “Made by Bilderburg”….nuff said!

  53. Thank God for honest black men like KEVIN JACKSON !


    Run for office Kevin, I’ll vote for you !!!

  54. rminnc | September 2, 2011 at 3:19 pm |

    Please don’t take this the wrong way but I really don’t understand why some people are so upset by the bilderberger conference?

    Aren’t all US Presidents and other member of the government and businesses leaders invited to attend?

    What exactly is your objection to the Bilderberger Conference?

  55. Exec Starts Group to Urge Trump 3rd Party Bid

    “Michael Cohen, a Trump Organization executive, has confirmed to Newsmax that he has filed the necessary paperwork to create a non-profit group in California with the express purpose of urging billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump to throw his hat in the ring as a 2012 presidential candidate.

    Cohen, who provides political advice to Trump and works for his organization, confirmed to Newsmax that he has filed the necessary paperwork to establish the “Should Trump Run, Inc.,” organization. It is designed as a vehicle for Trump supporters to volunteer and donate money to encourage his candidacy, a mechanism that Cohen says has not previously existed.”

  56. Free Speech…you ask: “Exactly what is your objection to the Bilderburger conference”?

    My reply: The Bilderburger Group, along with the Club of Rome, Council on Foreign Relations, UN, Tri-Lateral Commission, and all the other NEW WORLD ORDER groups are trying to push America into a ONE WORLD government…

    I for one, do not want to surrender my freedoms to some damn UNELECTED WORLD government that could care less about individual freedoms.

    If you are not familiar with the objectives of the Bilderburger’s, I strongly suggest you read up on this organization and their plans for our future.

    Attendance at their SECRET meeting and acceptance of their support would be an admission you are on the same sheet of music with them.

  57. rminnc | September 2, 2011 at 4:24 pm |

    I have read about the Bilderberg Conference and I still don’t understand your objection.

    How exactly is a group that meets once a year going to control the World?

    What specifically do you think the Bilderberger Conference done to establish a NWO? Please be specific.

    It seems to me that the United Nations is a far greater threat to our Freedom than the Bilderberger Conference that only meets once per year?

    You say I’m not familiar with the Bilderberger Conference. OK, tell me specifically what you think the Bilderberger Conference has done to restrict your freedom?

  58. rminnc | September 2, 2011 at 4:24 pm |

    PS: You seem upset with Gov Rick Perry because he was invited to speak at the one single Bilderberg Conference in 2007? Why? How specifically do you think that Gov. Rick Perry threatened your freedom by speaking at one single Bilderberg Conference in 2007? Please be specific.

    I have read about the Bilderberg Conference and I still don’t understand your objection.

    How exactly is a group that meets once a year going to control the World?

    What specifically do you think the Bilderberger Conference done to establish a NWO? Please be specific.

    It seems to me that the United Nations is a far greater threat to our Freedom than the Bilderberger Conference that only meets once per year?

    You say I’m not familiar with the Bilderberger Conference. OK, tell me specifically what you think the Bilderberger Conference has done to restrict your freedom?

  59. While I believe that the Bilderberg Conference aims to remove the sovereignty of the United States, Rick Perry could have been going there to say “Texas is open for business !!” If you want to get the business, you have to go to where the decision makers hang out and go and ask for it. Of course this is speculation on my part.

  60. Free Speech…

    I have no intentions of debating what you think the Bilderburgers are as opposed to what I think they are. But I will say;

    Anything DAVID ROCKERFELLER has anything to do with…I’m opposed too. And David Rockerfeller is up to his bloody eyeballs in pushing for a one world government. Can you debate that fact?

    Any group of people who meet in SECRET, as do the Bilderbergers, to discuss the problems of the world and refuse to acknowledge or publish an agenda of their meetings for public review…is not meeting for your, or my benefit, I can assure you of that.

    Anyone who thinks the Bilderberger group or any of those NWO group I mentioned earlier are social groups meeting periodically for a spot of tea, or a light discussion on local politics need to readjust their thinking. Rest assured their discussions concern control the entire planet.

    You, my friend, may be in favor of a one world government such as the Bilderbergers favor, but I surely do not. I do not wish to submit to slavery on a worldwide scale.

  61. Rminc . I agree with much of your analysis of the Bilderbergers, however just because a person is invited to and accepts an invitation does not automatically make them a nefarious person on board with the agenda.

  62. @rminnc…..ditto your thoughts. These organizations are conspiracy theories for the tin-foil hat crowd NO LONGER. These evil organizations are there, and those in our government are implementing their policies, and have been implementing these agendas for many years. The whistleblowers have been ridiculed, called crazy and/or made disappear (killed?) for about a century now, but in the end, these whistleblowers’ warnings have proved to be warranted. We are living it now, can see, and have experienced the destruction, and yet there are still those who refuse to open their eyes, do their own research, use their God given brain and use of common sense. Very, very sad indeed.

  63. Thistle, don’t get me wrong as I think the Bildeberger’s do have a nefarious agenda …I was just saying that an individual attendee may not necessarily be part of that agenda.

  64. Paxton….rest assured if an individual is INVITED to attend the SECRET meeting of the Bilderburgers…he’s not there to object to their way of doing business….

    Thistle….you are correct. what America and the rest of the world are experiencing today has been planned and executed through SECRET meeting of these various NWO groups who are hell bent on world CONTROL.

    76 years of life doesn’t make me an expert on world politics, but it does give me a basis to understand how we got in this damn mess we currently are experiencing.

  65. rminnc,

    You mention david rockerfeller. What does david rockerfeller have to do with Gov. Rick Perry? Rockerfeller has never given a dime to Gov. Perry, but I bet that if you check Romney’s campaign finance records you will find rockerfeller listed as one of his donors.

    It is obvious that there are people that want to dominate and enslave the entire world. bo and the muslim brotherhood definitely have such evil intentions. bo and the UN are a real threat to our liberty.

    I found this article about the bilderbergers. Did you know that John Edwards spoke at the bilderberger conference and shortly thereafter Kerry chose Edwards as his VP? If the bilderbergers have such great power why isn’t John Edwards, the President of the United States?

    In 2004, then-Sen. John Edwards (D-N.C.) attended the Bilderberg conference in Stresa, Italy, and both TIME magazine and the New York Times reported that his performance at a debate there played a role in his selection one month later as the vice presidential running mate for Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts.

    But any suggestion that Bilderberg is secretly anointing world leaders or plotting global policy is the provenance of “the black helicopter crowd,” the attendee of this year’s conference told POLITICO.

    The meetings are “one of the least well-kept secrets in the world” and “don’t have any decision-making authority,” said the attendee

  66. Obama sticker in urinal draws criticism and laughs KGET TV 17

  67. Rminc. Don’t get me wrong Bildebergers don’t care about American sovereignty or any of us, so ultimately I’m not disagreeing with you on that point.

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