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SATAN WANTS TO FUCK YOU UP:

 
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KISSINGER = 666 Is he the future Antichrist? Time will tell.

Do I know for sure, no Henry may not be the Antichrist but even if not, he is a serious player on the new world order platform.
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Gray Aliens = 666 KISSINGER = 666, Watch the video, all of it or blame no one but yourself for serving Satan.
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Netanyahu asks Kissinger for advice on 'historic peace'
By JPOST.COM STAFF

11/11/2010 09:32

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with former American secretary of state Henry Kissinger on Wednesday night.

"You helped to advance agreements that led to the historic peace with Egypt. It is likely that you have good advice on how to advance a similar goal today," Netanyahu said.

He added that he plans to discuss with US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton "ways to achieve a peace agreement based on a broad understanding with the Palestinian people and perhaps with additional Arab states as well, an agreement based on security, which will give clear answers to Israel's security needs. We have broad understandings with the US on this issue, as on many others; they overcome the disagreements on other topics."

[link to www.jpost.com]


Barack Obama's inner Kissinger

[link to www.theatlantic.com]

In that intra-cranial showdown, it now appears that it is the "hard" side, the perceived necessity of setting aside one's empathies, that has captured Barack Obama's thinking.

Obama's "Kissinger" revealed itself first when his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton went to China and declared that bringing up the unpleasantness of Chinese human rights violations would serve no useful purpose and detract from the importance of finding common ground with Beijing on various international concerns ranging from trade to climate change to North Korean nuclear weaponry (this from a woman who once went to China to protest its discriminatory policies toward women).

Our hearts may have wanted to protest the suppression of freedoms, say a word for Tibet, complain about the treatment of Uighurs, but the Administration decided it needed China for other things of more immediate concern to us. That has since been followed by a retreat from our previous confrontational approach toward Sudan where Obama now envisions a more positive policy of engagement with a government whose president has been indicted by the International Criminal Court for atrocities in Darfur.

There is no bottom-line conclusion here: in a presidency that is so young, one cannot know whether the soft line taken toward China, Sudan, Russia, and other violators of human liberties will in the end dominate Mr. Obama's foreign policy decisions. But neither can the early signs be ignored. For the moment, it appears, Henry Kissinger is back.

Henry Kissinger influence on Barrack Obama

[link to www.examiner.com]

President Obama's National Security Advisor, General Jim Jones (USMC ret.) made a very curious comment at the 45th Munich Conference on Security Policy in Germany. He said:

Thank you for that wonderful tribute to Henry Kissinger yesterday. Congratulations. As the most recent National Security Advisor of the United States, I take my daily orders from Dr. Kissinger, filtered down through General Brent Scowcroft and Sandy Berger, who is also here."

Jones' comment appeared to be an unsuccessful attempt at dry humor – only a few in the audience actually laughed – in acknowledging Dr Henry Kissinger's enormous influence in U.S. foreign policy which had been acknowledged a day earlier with a prestigious award. Many, however, immediately viewed Jones' comment as an unguarded admission of who really is in charge of U.S. policy. Jones comment raises two serious questions. How much influence does Kissinger exert over the Obama administration and the policy making process? Furthermore, what influence does Kissinger have over U.S. policy on UFOs and extraterrestrial life?

Kissinger's influential role in setting U.S. foreign policy is generally viewed as starting with his role as President Nixon's National Security Advisor in 1969 during the Vietnam War. Kissinger's role in steering U.S. policy, and his failed efforts to bring an end to the Vietnam war have led to many criticisms against him. The most controversial is Kissinger's role in the failure of President Johnson's peace efforts during the final months of his administration in 1968. Released Presidential tapes reveal that Johnson concluded that Nixon's associates were engaging in treason. Kissinger's covert activities during both the 1968 Presidential campaign and later as National Security Advisor has led to accusations that he unnecessarily prolonged the Vietnam War for political gain.

Kissinger's influence over U.S. foreign policy, however, dates from much earlier than the Vietnam War. His influence dates from experiences in Germany during World War II when he was part of the Army's Counterintelligence Corps, and helped identify Nazi scientists familiar with advanced technologies of interest to the U.S. Some of the Nazi scientists retrieved in Operation Paperclip were directly involved in advanced technological projects that according to the father of modern rocketry, Hermann Oberth, had been assisted by knowledge of extraterrestrial life and technology. He said:

… we cannot take credit for our record advancement in certain scientific fields alone. We have been helped." When asked by whom, he replied, "the peoples of other worlds."

Lt Col Philip Corso, who was in charge of the Foreign Technology Desk at Army Research and Development branch (1961-1963), confirmed that Nazi Germany had retrieved and developed extraterrestrial technologies. In a July 1997 interview he said:

There were crashes elsewhere, and they [the Germans] gathered material too. The Germans were working on it. They didn't solve the propulsion system. They did a lot of experiments on flying saucers. They had one that went up to 12,000 feet. But where all, we and they, missed out was on the guidance system. In R&D we began to realize that this being [an ET] was part of the guidance system, part of the apparatus himself, or itself, as it had no sexual organs."
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HENRY KISSINGER QUOTES

“World population needs to be decreased by 50%”

The longer I am out of office, the more infallible I appear to myself. - Henry Kissinger

The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer. - Henry Kissinger New York Times, Oct. 28, 1973

Depopulation should be the highest priority of foreign policy towards the third world, because the US economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries”. Henry Kissinger

“Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac,” and “The elderly are useless eaters” - Henry Kissinger


"Military men as "dumb, stupid animals to be used" as pawns for foreign policy."- Henry Kissinger

This quote just above was reported in "The Final Days", Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein

It was said by Kissinger in front of Alexander Haig, newly appointed White House chief of staff, in Haig new office in 1973

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In Haig's presence, Kissinger referred pointedly to military men as "dumb, stupid animals to be used" as pawns for foreign policy. Kissinger often took up a post outside the doorway to Haig's office and dressed him down in front of the secretaries for alleged acts of incompetence with which Haig was not even remotely involved. Once when the Air Force was authorized to resume bombing of North Vietnam, the planes did not fly on certain days because of bad weather. Kissinger assailed Haig. He complained bitterly that the generals had been screamin for the limits to be taken off but that now their pilots were afraid to go up in a little fog. The country needed generals who could win battles, Kissinger said, not good briefers like Haig.
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[paragraph]
On another occasion, when Haig was leaving for a trip to Cambodia to meet with Premier Lon Nol, Kissinger escorted him to a staff car, where reporters and a retinue of aides waited. As Haig bent to get into the automobile, Kissinger stopped him and began polishing the single star on his shoulder. "Al, if you're a good boy, I'll get you another one," he said.

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Source(s):
Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein
The Final Days
second Touchstone paperback edition (1994)
Chapter 14, pp. 194-195

Could it Be that Henry Kissinger Just Lacks All Human Empathy?

Related subjects: Eva Scherson, Opinion, Rights & Freedoms, U.S. History, U.S. Politics, U.S. news Comments

30 December 2010 : Eva Scherson

There is much controversy over attempts to defend Henry Kissinger in the wake of revelations that he said the use of gas chambers to exterminate Jews was not “an American concern”. He was not just making a statement about past atrocities, and the ethical underpinnings of what should motivate diplomatic or military action; he was in fact suggesting to Pres. Nixon that if the Soviet Union, from which Jews were emigrating in large numbers, were to commence a new genocide, it would be of no concern to the US.

Specifically, Kissinger said “The emigration of Jews from the Soviet Union is not an objective of American foreign policy,” adding, incredibly: “And if they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern. Maybe a humanitarian concern.” The ideas behind this sentiment are so outrageous, on so many levels, I think it’s worth exploring why no one, anywhere, should just write them off as some kind of poor choice of words.

Henry Kissinger was advising the president of the United States at the time on matters of national security and crucial Cold War diplomacy. The very first suggestion that emerges from his remark is that it would literally be of no interest to the United States whether its arch rival were to carry out a mass killing of an ethnic group the United States had fought a very long and destructive war to save from such extermination, with that arch rival as its ally.

This is an outrageous oversimplification, of the kind that only bigots and executioners are capable, and a wholesale dismissal of the most basic moral values of any democratic society. One wonders what, if anything, Kissinger might think would be of significant enough outrage to concern the American security establishment. Is the distinction between “American” and “humanitarian” some kind of suggestion that the United States does not support humanitarian interests? It might be, given the record of one Henry Kissinger.

Christopher Hitchens has taken on Kissinger’s record at Slate.com, stating the problem as follows:

So our culture has once again suffered a degradation by the need to explain away the career of this disgusting individual. And what if we did, indeed, accept the invitation to “remember the context of his entire life”? Here’s what we would find: the secret and illegal bombing of Indochina, explicitly timed and prolonged to suit the career prospects of Nixon and Kissinger. The pair’s open support for the Pakistani army’s 1971 genocide in Bangladesh, of the architect of which, Gen. Yahya Khan, Kissinger was able to say: “Yahya hasn’t had so much fun since the last Hindu massacre.”

Once again, the inflammatory and ridiculous defense of such remarks tends to be that these were guys talking the way guys talk, with a dark humor about dark things and that their intense disapproval of those dark things doesn’t come through, because the audience is not nuanced enough to understand that these were great humanitarians. But… Secretary Kissinger distinguishes between “American concern” (his job) and “humanitarian concern” (apparently, the job of his critics).

Are we to believe that any sane person would want the American people to view the thought processes of such a disastrously misspoken individual as some sort of behind-the-scenes comedy routine necessary to framing an eloquent defense of the values of American democracy? Are we to believe that Kissinger is uniquely allowed to make jokes about genocide, because in 1938 the Kissinger family fled Nazi persecution to come to the United States?

These are open questions, and anyone serious about honoring the tragedy that occurred under the Nazis, or the grave humanitarian disasters of other genocides, in Bangladesh, in East Timor, in Bosnia, or Rwanda or the DR Congo, has to honestly treat them as such. It is baffling and disturbing that someone like Henry Kissinger would adopt a posture so flip and so callous toward the most evil of all possible crimes, and it cannot be of little psychological significance.

Hitchens goes on to detail Kissinger’s sordid past:

Kissinger’s long and warm personal relationship with the managers of other human abattoirs in Chile and Argentina, as well as his role in bringing them to power by the covert use of violence. The support and permission for the mass murder in East Timor, again personally guaranteed by Kissinger to his Indonesian clients. His public endorsement of the Chinese Communist Party’s sanguinary decision to clear Tiananmen Square in 1989. His advice to President Gerald Ford to refuse Alexander Solzhenitsyn an invitation to the White House (another favor, as with spitting on Soviet Jewry, to his friend Leonid Brezhnev). His decision to allow Saddam Hussein to slaughter the Kurds after promising them American support. His backing for a fascist coup in Cyprus in 1974 and then his defense of the brutal Turkish invasion of the island. His advice to the Israelis, at the beginning of the first intifada, to throw the press out of the West Bank and go for all-out repression. His view that ethnic cleansing in former Yugoslavia was something about which nothing could be done. Forget the criminal aspect here (or forget it if you can). All those policies were also political and diplomatic disasters.

In fact, for a diplomat, the number of very bloody atrocities for which he has expressed something like approval or indifference is shocking. He is not, we might remember, a diplomat brokering deals between medieval warlords; he is a diplomat working in the UN age, with the specific purpose of preventing atrocity and war. He is a diplomat who is supposed to have, as part of his pedigree of Holocaust escapee and American statesman, a profound interest in “humanitarian concern”, but who seems, consistently, to have none.

To offer a little context, for the sake of fairness: Henry Kissinger was doing very difficult work at one of the thorniest times in world history, when a wrong move could have, in theory, led to worldwide nuclear war. Some would say that any of the political leaders and diplomats who served at this time, on either side, served admirably, if only because that war never happened. But we know from incidents like the Cuban missile crisis that sometimes the only reason conflict is averted is because one or two top decision-makers steadfastly refuse to start a war.

Was the often brutal “realpolitik” of Henry Kissinger the only possible way to achieve détente with the Soviet Union? Maybe. Certainly, Kissinger and his defenders will always make this claim. Was the tacit approval of or even support for atrocities the only way light could prevail over total darkness in the conflict between liberty and totalitarianism? Again, Kissinger and his defenders will say yes, of course; that’s what he meant all along.

The truth is: there is no way for any serious diplomat or political leader, with an ounce of basic human decency, to approve of genocide, to turn a blind eye to cruel atrocities, or to support fascist paramilitaries and the slaughter of dissenters. Henry Kissinger has, at least by his words, done all of these things. Again, if we turn to Hitchens, the pull-no-punches analyst points out, “We possess a remarkably complete record of all this, in and out of office, most of it based solidly on U.S. government documents.”

Hitchens really is as unforgiving as he can be, probably because he feels there is a moral imperative to be this way with someone with Kissinger’s record, observing “how often the cables and minutes show him displaying a definite relish for the business of murder and dictatorship”. Is Henry Kissinger guilty of all these crimes, both of conscience and of actual participation? It seems history will eventually let slip the truth, in one or another cable or recording to emerge from the Classified: Top Secret vault of Cold War dealings, but for now, it remains a matter of conscience. How far can one man go and still hold a dignified place in public life?

It is instructive to note, as one often does with young children whose sense of moral convention is not yet fully formed, how Kissinger has said his feelings are hurt by the way his remarks are received, and not by the fact that he actually made these appalling statements. As if to say, I’m sorry you are distressed by my argument that the mass slaughter of innocents is not against our nation’s values, and that I said this in your name, he seems to argue that because he hit on the perfect excuse —”realpolitik”—, he had carte blanche to make that argument and that it amounts to honorable service.

I do not accept this. And I don’t think that anyone who cares about preventing genocide, rolling back the historical influence of prejudice and hatred, or reducing the power of fascists and hate-mongers, could accept it either. Where realpolitik serves to justify atrocities, it is not politics at all, but a way of giving cover to evil. Consider that whether Kissinger were a genius or not, the premise that adopting a posture of realpolitik allows him some sort of privileged view of world affairs already smacks of flippancy and moral bankruptcy: realism operates on the assumption that one can know all facts without error and accurately predict future outcomes.

Henry Kissinger is just as guilty as any other self-appointed “realist” of refusing to confess to his own intellectual limitations and boldly and unjustifiably making claims on future knowledge he cannot in fact have. This is the fallacy of realism, and the sinister deviation that underlies the kind of dismissal of genocide we have heard from Mr. Kissinger. The false pretense commonly referred to as realism allows people with sinister views to cloak those views in a veil of clarity.

But the truth is no less clouded for that charade. I propose we ask ourselves, seriously, and with the proper amount of human empathy: is Henry Kissinger’s problem a pathological absence of empathy of any kind, perhaps so extreme that he could fail to see how remarks such as these defame and threaten even his own relatives, his parents who rescued him from evil, and his own Earthly self? It must be within the realm of possibility, because so many far more absurd defenses have been put forward as to why we should accept his disgusting suggestion that genocide be of no concern to the United States.

There are a lot of things Henry Kissinger needs to apologize to the American people for, but for now, those of us who care what values our nation was built on, and what it is our loved ones fight for and defend, must tolerate a media climate where Henry Kissinger’s embrace of mass atrocity is written off as just a footnote to a crazy time. One wonders: will this man ever have the fortitude to stand in front of the American people, and the world, and apologize for the many ways in which he has defamed and degraded our “humanitarian concern” or condoned or supported acts of atrocity, in service to his pretense to “realism”?

Kissinger Associates

Kissinger Associates, Inc., founded in 1982, is a New York City-based international consulting firm, founded and run by Henry Kissinger. The firm assists its clients in identifying strategic partners and investment opportunities, and advises clients on government relations throughout the world.

History

The firm was founded in 1982 by Henry Kissinger.
In 1999, Mack McLarty joined Kissinger to open Kissinger McLarty Associates, the firm’s office on Eighteenth and Pennsylvania streets in Washington, D.C. McLarty was White House Chief of Staff under Bill Clinton. Kissinger McLarty is a corporate member of the Council of the Americas, the New York-based business organization established by David Rockefeller in 1965. As of January 2008, the two firms have separated and McLarty Associates, headed by Mack McLarty, is an independent firm based in Washington.
Kissinger Associates is located in River House on Park Avenue at Fifty-first Street, in a building also occupied by Peter Peterson’s Blackstone Group. It was established in July, 1982 after loans had been secured from Goldman Sachs and a consortium of three other banks. These loans were paid out in two years; by 1987 annual revenues had reached $5 million. Associated organizations and individuals
Kissinger Associates has strategic alliances with several firms, including:
* APCO Worldwide, formed October 12, 2004
* The Blackstone Group, an investment and advisory firm
* Hakluyt & Company, a corporate investigation firm
* Covington & Burling, the international law firm, since 2003.
Prominent staff have included:
* Timothy Geithner, current US Secretary of the Treasury, in the Obama administration.
* L. Paul Bremer, former managing director. Former Iraq Director of Reconstruction.
* Nelson Cunningham, managing partner at Kissinger McLarty
* Lawrence Eagleburger, former partner
* Richard W. Fisher – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
* Timothy F. Geithner – United States Secretary of Treasury
* Bill Richardson, former Senior managing director. Former U.S diplomat and current Governor of New Mexico.
* J. Stapleton Roy, vice-chairman. Senior U.S. diplomat.
* Brent Scowcroft, former vice-chairman. Former United States National Security Advisor.
Directors have included:
* Lord Carrington, from 1982. Secretary-General of NATO
* Pehr G. Gyllenhammar, from 1982. Chairman, Volvo
* William D. Rogers, from 1982. Undersecretary of State for Economic Affairs under Nixon
* Eric Roll, from 1984. Chairman S. G. Warburg & Co
* William E. Simon, from 1984. Secretary of the Treasury under Nixon
* Saburo Okita[11], former Japanese Foreign Minister
* Étienne Davignon[12] Former European Commissioner.
* Gary Falle, Falle Strategies

Client base


Kissinger Associates does not disclose its list of corporate clients, and reportedly bars clients from acknowledging the relationship. However, over time details from proxy statements and the tendency of senior businessmen to talk about their relationship with Kissinger have leaked out and a number of major corporate clients have been identified.
The secrecy of their corporate client list has caused problems where Kissinger or a member of his staff were called to public service. In 1989, George H.W. Bush nominated Lawrence Eagleburger as his Deputy Secretary of State. Congress required that Eagleburger disclose the names of 16 clients, some of which were his through his Kissinger Associates affiliation. Later, Kissinger himself was appointed chairman of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States by George W. Bush. Congressional Democrats insisted that Kissinger disclose the names of clients. Kissinger and President Bush claimed that such disclosures were not necessary, but Kissinger ultimately stepped down, citing conflicts of interest.
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KISSINGER = 666 Is he the future Antichrist? Time will tell.

Do I know for sure, no Henry may not be the Antichrist but even if not, he is a serious player on the new world order platform.
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With all due respect OYE, you know not the hour and the time. I am not intending to make you a spectacle... but your ego... leave little room for anything else

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Never gonna happen!

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With all due respect OYE, you know not the hour and the time. I am not intending to make you a spectacle... but your ego... leave little room for anything else

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Just because I like the music on this video :)

I play it while I type another response
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CONNECTING THE DOTS....FOR THE NEXUS X'S GENERATION.

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Netanyahu asks Kissinger for advice on 'historic peace'
By JPOST.COM STAFF

11/11/2010 09:32

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with former American secretary of state Henry Kissinger on Wednesday night.

"You helped to advance agreements that led to the historic peace with Egypt. It is likely that you have good advice on how to advance a similar goal today," Netanyahu said.

He added that he plans to discuss with US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton "ways to achieve a peace agreement based on a broad understanding with the Palestinian people and perhaps with additional Arab states as well, an agreement based on security, which will give clear answers to Israel's security needs. We have broad understandings with the US on this issue, as on many others; they overcome the disagreements on other topics."

[link to www.jpost.com]


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A shill, also called a plant or a stooge, is a person who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that he has a close relationship with that person or organization.

I am not a shill, I have a direct connection to Jesus Christ and have openly told everyone here the same in previous responses.
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Just because I like the music on this video :)

I play it while I type another response
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CONNECTING THE DOTS....FOR THE NEXUS X'S GENERATION.

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THE HONDA IS ACURA. THE NEXUS IS THE GOOGLE FLAGSHIP TABLET.
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Netanyahu asks Kissinger for advice on 'historic peace'
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11/11/2010 09:32

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with former American secretary of state Henry Kissinger on Wednesday night.

"You helped to advance agreements that led to the historic peace with Egypt. It is likely that you have good advice on how to advance a similar goal today," Netanyahu said.

He added that he plans to discuss with US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton "ways to achieve a peace agreement based on a broad understanding with the Palestinian people and perhaps with additional Arab states as well, an agreement based on security, which will give clear answers to Israel's security needs. We have broad understandings with the US on this issue, as on many others; they overcome the disagreements on other topics."

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A shill, also called a plant or a stooge, is a person who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that he has a close relationship with that person or organization.

I am not a shill, I have a direct connection to Jesus Christ and have openly told everyone here the same in previous responses.
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Are we learning yet? In spite of what some of you think many here are learning. In fact some of them are learning so well and so much they are amazed they could find so much usable information in such a unseemly titled thread.

Goes to show you never judge a book by its cover. You have to read it and research it for yourself. For those that already know these things and for those just now learning them, welcome to the world of being awake. The rest of you that understand the NWO that is coming it is obly another small step to know the real Jesus. It does not require you to go to church or give a donation. It only requires that you ask him to help you believe supernaturally.

Sadly lots of Christian no nothing about the new world order because they for the most part ignore because they think they will be raptured before the Antchrist rises. Wrong and sad, but the people that don't believe in Jesus today, once Jesus has supernaturally convinced him that he is the truth and teaches them and since many of them already know of the NWO, they will end up being Jesus' Lexus generation, the best generation.

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Are we learning yet? In spite of what some of you think many here are learning. In fact some of them are learning so well and so much they are amazed they could find so much usable information in such a unseemly titled thread.

Goes to show you never judge a book by its cover. You have to read it and research it for yourself. For those that already know these things and for those just now learning them, welcome to the world of being awake. The rest of you who understand the NWO that is coming then it is only another small step to know the real Jesus. It does not require you to go to church or give a donation. It only requires that you ask him to help you believe supernaturally.

Sadly lots of Christian no nothing about the new world order because they for the most part ignore it because they think they will be raptured before the Antichrist rises. Wrong and sad.

The people that don't believe in Jesus today, once Jesus has supernaturally convinced them that he is the truth and teaches them, and since many of them already know of the NWO, then because of this they will end up being Jesus' Lexus generation, the best generation when he anoints them with power in this last generation.

THAT IS WHY I'M HERE
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Are we learning yet? In spite of what some of you think many here are learning. In fact some of them are learning so well and so much they are amazed they could find so much usable information in such a unseemly titled thread.

Goes to show you never judge a book by its cover. You have to read it and research it for yourself. For those that already know these things and for those just now learning them, welcome to the world of being awake. The rest of you that understand the NWO that is coming it is obly another small step to know the real Jesus. It does not require you to go to church or give a donation. It only requires that you ask him to help you believe supernaturally.

Sadly lots of Christian no nothing about the new world order because they for the most part ignore because they think they will be raptured before the Antchrist rises. Wrong and sad, but the people that don't believe in Jesus today, once Jesus has supernaturally convinced him that he is the truth and teaches them and since many of them already know of the NWO, they will end up being Jesus' Lexus generation, the best generation.

THAT IS WHY I'M HERE

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Are we learning yet? In spite of what some of you think many here are learning. In fact some of them are learning so well and so much they are amazed they could find so much usable information in such a unseemly titled thread.

Goes to show you never judge a book by its cover. You have to read it and research it for yourself. For those that already know these things and for those just now learning them, welcome to the world of being awake. The rest of you who understand the NWO that is coming then it is only another small step to know the real Jesus. It does not require you to go to church or give a donation. It only requires that you ask him to help you believe supernaturally.

Sadly lots of Christian no nothing about the new world order because they for the most part ignore it because they think they will be raptured before the Antichrist rises. Wrong and sad.

The people that don't believe in Jesus today, once Jesus has supernaturally convinced them that he is the truth and teaches them, and since many of them already know of the NWO, then because of this they will end up being Jesus' Lexus generation, the best generation when he anoints them with power in this last generation.

THAT IS WHY I'M HERE

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they will end up being Jesus' Lexus generation
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Unless they are Mercedes fans

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CONNECTING THE DOTS....FOR THE NEXUS X'S GENERATION.

THE NEXUS IS THE LEXUS AND THE LAST GENERATION
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THE HONDA IS ACURA. THE NEXUS IS THE GOOGLE FLAGSHIP TABLET.
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NexusFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Look up nexus in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Nexus may refer to:

Contents [hide]
1 Fiction, film, and gaming
2 Music
2.1 Albums
2.2 Groups
2.3 Songs
3 Publishing
4 Science
5 Technology
6 Transport
7 Other
8 See also

[edit] Fiction, film, and gamingNexus, the final novel in The Rosy Crucifixion trilogy by Henry Miller
The Nexus, the central plot element in the film Star Trek: Generations
Nexus: The Jupiter Incident, a 2004 science fiction themed real-time tactics computer game
Nexus: The Kingdom of the Winds, a 1996 Pay to Play MMORPG
Nexus (Charmed), a place equidistant from the five elements in the TV series Charmed
Nexus (comics), an American comic book series by Mike Baron and Steve Rude in 1981
Nexus (film), a 2011 Canadian film
Ultraman Nexus, the eponymous alien superhero
The Nexus series of replicants in Blade Runner
The Nexus, a central hub used to bind together various worlds in the game Demon's Souls
The Nexus, a dungeon in the MMORPG World of Warcraft
Nexus, the capitol building of the protoss in the strategy games StarCraft and StarCraft 2
The Nexus, a secret organization in the Power of Five series by Anthony Horowitz
Nexus, a major city in the RPG Exalted
The Nexus, a communications complex in Quake 4
The Nexus, a central connecting world in Myst Online: Uru Live
The Nexus, a safe haven area in Realm of the Mad God
Dragonlance Nexus, a fansite that was created in 1996 as "Dragon Realm"
[edit] Music[edit] AlbumsNexus (Argent album), 1974
Nexus (Another Level album), 1999
Nexus (Gene Harris album), 1975
Nexus (Sarah Fimm album), 2004
[edit] GroupsNexus (artist), a dubstep electronic group from the United States
Nexus (Argentine band), a progressive rock band from Argentina
Nexus (ensemble), a Toronto-based percussion ensemble that performs jazz, world music, and western avantgarde music
Nexus (Estonian band), an Estonian pop band formed in 2003 which split up in 2006
Nexus (Greek band), a Greek industrial rock band formed by vocalist/keyboardist Mike Pougounas
Nexus Music, a Danish record label that was founded in 2002
Nexus 21, a British techno duo formed in 1989 by Mark Archer and Chris Peat
[edit] Songs"Nexus", a song from Bethlehem's 1998 album Sardonischer Untergang im Zeichen irreligiöser Darbietung
"Nexus", a song from Dan Fogelberg's 1981 album The Innocent Age
"Nexus", a song from Opshop's 2004 album You Are Here
"The Nexus", a composition from Astral Projection's 2002 album Amen
[edit] PublishingNexus (magazine), a bi-monthly alternative news magazine
Nexus (student magazine), the weekly students' magazine of the Waikato Students Union at the University of Waikato, New Zealand
Daily Nexus, the university newspaper for the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)
[edit] Science2C-B (or Nexus), a psychedelic drug of the 2C family
Gap junction (or nexus), a specialized intercellular connection between a multitude of animal cell-types
NEXUS (rocket), a reusable rocket concept design created in the 1960s
[edit] TechnologyCisco Nexus, modular network switches designed for data centers.
Nexus 1000v virtual switch
Nexus 2000 fabric extender
Nexus 3000 series
Nexus 4001 IBM Blade Center switch
Nexus 5000 series
Nexus 7000 series modular datacenter switches
Google Nexus, a line of Android Devices produced, in part, by Google:
Nexus One smartphone, manufactured by HTC, released January 2010
Nexus S smartphone, manufactured by Samsung, released December 2010
Galaxy Nexus smartphone, manufactured by Samsung, released in November 2011
Nexus Q, a media-streaming entertainment device, released June 2012
Nexus 7 tablet, manufactured by Asus, released July 2012
Nexus 4 smartphone, manufactured by LG, released November 2012
Nexus 10 tablet, manufactured by Samsung, released November 2012
GT Nexus, an enterprise integration solutions provider
NeXus (data format), a common data format for neutron, X-ray, and muon science
Nexus (Process integration and optimization), multidisciplinary optimization software
Nexus (software), a Reservoir Simulation Software
Nexus (standard), a standard debugging interface for embedded systems
Nexus Telecom, a Swiss telecom management systems company
Nexus file, a widely used file format used in bioinformatics
WorldWideWeb (later Nexus), the first web browser and editor
[edit] TransportNexus Automotive, an importer and manufacturer in Pakistan
NEXUS (frequent traveler program), a program to allow low-risk travelers to cross the US-Canada border quickly
Nexus Mustang, a two place homebuilt aircraft
Shimano Nexus, a brand of bicycle components
Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive (brandname Nexus), the Passenger Transport Executive for the Tyne and Wear region of North East England
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MY usage of Nexus is the next generation, those that are currently 14 to 34 years of age.
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Are we learning yet? In spite of what some of you think many here are learning. In fact some of them are learning so well and so much they are amazed they could find so much usable information in such a unseemly titled thread.

Goes to show you never judge a book by its cover. You have to read it and research it for yourself. For those that already know these things and for those just now learning them, welcome to the world of being awake. The rest of you who understand the NWO that is coming then it is only another small step to know the real Jesus. It does not require you to go to church or give a donation. It only requires that you ask him to help you believe supernaturally.

Sadly lots of Christian no nothing about the new world order because they for the most part ignore it because they think they will be raptured before the Antichrist rises. Wrong and sad.

The people that don't believe in Jesus today, once Jesus has supernaturally convinced them that he is the truth and teaches them, and since many of them already know of the NWO, then because of this they will end up being Jesus' Lexus generation, the best generation when he anoints them with power in this last generation.

THAT IS WHY I'M HERE

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Im jumping on flowers now ... Someone else used heavy boots on them.
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Doc Martin boots, made in england are best.
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CONNECTING THE DOTS....FOR THE NEXUS X'S GENERATION.

THE NEXUS IS THE LEXUS AND THE LAST GENERATION
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THE HONDA IS ACURA. THE NEXUS IS THE GOOGLE FLAGSHIP TABLET.
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Are we thinking of terms of only a few years. Try this list.



NexusFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Look up nexus in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Nexus may refer to:

Contents [hide]
1 Fiction, film, and gaming
2 Music
2.1 Albums
2.2 Groups
2.3 Songs
3 Publishing
4 Science
5 Technology
6 Transport
7 Other
8 See also

[edit] Fiction, film, and gamingNexus, the final novel in The Rosy Crucifixion trilogy by Henry Miller
The Nexus, the central plot element in the film Star Trek: Generations
Nexus: The Jupiter Incident, a 2004 science fiction themed real-time tactics computer game
Nexus: The Kingdom of the Winds, a 1996 Pay to Play MMORPG
Nexus (Charmed), a place equidistant from the five elements in the TV series Charmed
Nexus (comics), an American comic book series by Mike Baron and Steve Rude in 1981
Nexus (film), a 2011 Canadian film
Ultraman Nexus, the eponymous alien superhero
The Nexus series of replicants in Blade Runner
The Nexus, a central hub used to bind together various worlds in the game Demon's Souls
The Nexus, a dungeon in the MMORPG World of Warcraft
Nexus, the capitol building of the protoss in the strategy games StarCraft and StarCraft 2
The Nexus, a secret organization in the Power of Five series by Anthony Horowitz
Nexus, a major city in the RPG Exalted
The Nexus, a communications complex in Quake 4
The Nexus, a central connecting world in Myst Online: Uru Live
The Nexus, a safe haven area in Realm of the Mad God
Dragonlance Nexus, a fansite that was created in 1996 as "Dragon Realm"
[edit] Music[edit] AlbumsNexus (Argent album), 1974
Nexus (Another Level album), 1999
Nexus (Gene Harris album), 1975
Nexus (Sarah Fimm album), 2004
[edit] GroupsNexus (artist), a dubstep electronic group from the United States
Nexus (Argentine band), a progressive rock band from Argentina
Nexus (ensemble), a Toronto-based percussion ensemble that performs jazz, world music, and western avantgarde music
Nexus (Estonian band), an Estonian pop band formed in 2003 which split up in 2006
Nexus (Greek band), a Greek industrial rock band formed by vocalist/keyboardist Mike Pougounas
Nexus Music, a Danish record label that was founded in 2002
Nexus 21, a British techno duo formed in 1989 by Mark Archer and Chris Peat
[edit] Songs"Nexus", a song from Bethlehem's 1998 album Sardonischer Untergang im Zeichen irreligiöser Darbietung
"Nexus", a song from Dan Fogelberg's 1981 album The Innocent Age
"Nexus", a song from Opshop's 2004 album You Are Here
"The Nexus", a composition from Astral Projection's 2002 album Amen
[edit] PublishingNexus (magazine), a bi-monthly alternative news magazine
Nexus (student magazine), the weekly students' magazine of the Waikato Students Union at the University of Waikato, New Zealand
Daily Nexus, the university newspaper for the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)
[edit] Science2C-B (or Nexus), a psychedelic drug of the 2C family
Gap junction (or nexus), a specialized intercellular connection between a multitude of animal cell-types
NEXUS (rocket), a reusable rocket concept design created in the 1960s
[edit] TechnologyCisco Nexus, modular network switches designed for data centers.
Nexus 1000v virtual switch
Nexus 2000 fabric extender
Nexus 3000 series
Nexus 4001 IBM Blade Center switch
Nexus 5000 series
Nexus 7000 series modular datacenter switches
Google Nexus, a line of Android Devices produced, in part, by Google:
Nexus One smartphone, manufactured by HTC, released January 2010
Nexus S smartphone, manufactured by Samsung, released December 2010
Galaxy Nexus smartphone, manufactured by Samsung, released in November 2011
Nexus Q, a media-streaming entertainment device, released June 2012
Nexus 7 tablet, manufactured by Asus, released July 2012
Nexus 4 smartphone, manufactured by LG, released November 2012
Nexus 10 tablet, manufactured by Samsung, released November 2012
GT Nexus, an enterprise integration solutions provider
NeXus (data format), a common data format for neutron, X-ray, and muon science
Nexus (Process integration and optimization), multidisciplinary optimization software
Nexus (software), a Reservoir Simulation Software
Nexus (standard), a standard debugging interface for embedded systems
Nexus Telecom, a Swiss telecom management systems company
Nexus file, a widely used file format used in bioinformatics
WorldWideWeb (later Nexus), the first web browser and editor
[edit] TransportNexus Automotive, an importer and manufacturer in Pakistan
NEXUS (frequent traveler program), a program to allow low-risk travelers to cross the US-Canada border quickly
Nexus Mustang, a two place homebuilt aircraft
Shimano Nexus, a brand of bicycle components
Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive (brandname Nexus), the Passenger Transport Executive for the Tyne and Wear region of North East England
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Homeland Security Manual Lists Government Key Words For Monitoring Social Media, News
Posted: 02/24/12 07:59 PM ET | Updated: 02/25/12 11:59 AM ET


In the latest revelation of how the federal government is monitoring social media and online news outlets, the Electronic Privacy Information Center has posted online a 2011 Department of Homeland Security manual that includes hundreds of key words (such as those above) and search terms used to detect possible terrorism, unfolding natural disasters and public health threats. The center, a privacy watchdog group, filed a Freedom of Information Act request and then sued to obtain the release of the documents.

The 39-page "Analyst's Desktop Binder" used by the department's National Operations Center includes no-brainer words like ""attack," "epidemic" and "Al Qaeda" (with various spellings). But the list also includes words that can be interpreted as either menacing or innocent depending on the context, such as "exercise," "drill," "wave," "initiative," "relief" and "organization."

These terms and others are "broad, vague and ambiguous" and include "vast amounts of First Amendment protected speech that is entirely unrelated to the Department of Homeland Security mission to protect the public against terrorism and disasters," stated the Electronic Privacy Information Center in letter to the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence.

The manual was released by the center a week after Homeland Security officials were grilled at a House hearing over other documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that revealed analysts were scrutinizing online comments that "reflect adversely" on the federal government. Mary Ellen Callahan, the chief privacy officer for the Department of Homeland Security, and Richard Chavez, director for the National Operations Center, testified that the released documents were outdated and that social media was monitored strictly to provide situational awareness and not to police disparaging opinions about the federal government. On Friday, Homeland Security officials stuck by that testimony.

A senior Homeland Security official who spoke to The Huffington Post on Friday on condition of anonymity said the testimony of agency officials last week remains "accurate" and the manual "is a starting point, not the endgame" in maintaining situational awareness of natural and man-made threats. The official denied Electronic Privacy Information Center's charge that the government is monitoring dissent. The manual's instruction that analysts should identify "media reports that reflect adversely on DHS and response activities" was not aimed at silencing criticism but at spotting and addressing problems, she added.

Still, the agency agrees that the manual's language is vague and in need of updating. For instance, under terrorism watchwords, the manual lists "Hamas" and "Hezbollah" but also the "Palestinian Liberation Organization." The PLO was once considered a terrorist organization by the U.S. government but now that it has a diplomatic mission in Washington and its leader, Mahmoud Abbas, has met with presidents Bush and Obama, the inclusion of this term could be deemed questionable.

"To ensure clarity, as part of ... routine compliance review, DHS will review the language contained in all materials to clearly and accurately convey the parameters and intention of the program," agency spokesman Matthew Chandler told HuffPost.

The Huffington Post was given a sample of the social media nuggets and news reports picked up by Homeland Security analysts by using its watchword list. An internal report circulated by the agency on Feb. 17 to top officials indicated it had collected reports about everything from hotels in Nigeria increasing security as the terrorist group Boko Haram regroups to the arrest of a Bakersfield, Calif., teen in connection with a bomb plot. Other reports covered subjects including a multi-vehicle crash that resulted in the closing of I-85 in North Carolina, a norovirus outbreak at George Washington University, a suspicious package at an Alabama courthouse and an evacuation of a school in New York City's Bronx boroughas a result of an unknown substance.

Read the Homeland Security manual here:

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Just because I like the music on this video :)

I play it while I type another response
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Posted: 02/24/12 07:59 PM ET | Updated: 02/25/12 11:59 AM ET


In the latest revelation of how the federal government is monitoring social media and online news outlets, the Electronic Privacy Information Center has posted online a 2011 Department of Homeland Security manual that includes hundreds of key words (such as those above) and search terms used to detect possible terrorism, unfolding natural disasters and public health threats. The center, a privacy watchdog group, filed a Freedom of Information Act request and then sued to obtain the release of the documents.

The 39-page "Analyst's Desktop Binder" used by the department's National Operations Center includes no-brainer words like ""attack," "epidemic" and "Al Qaeda" (with various spellings). But the list also includes words that can be interpreted as either menacing or innocent depending on the context, such as "exercise," "drill," "wave," "initiative," "relief" and "organization."

These terms and others are "broad, vague and ambiguous" and include "vast amounts of First Amendment protected speech that is entirely unrelated to the Department of Homeland Security mission to protect the public against terrorism and disasters," stated the Electronic Privacy Information Center in letter to the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence.

The manual was released by the center a week after Homeland Security officials were grilled at a House hearing over other documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that revealed analysts were scrutinizing online comments that "reflect adversely" on the federal government. Mary Ellen Callahan, the chief privacy officer for the Department of Homeland Security, and Richard Chavez, director for the National Operations Center, testified that the released documents were outdated and that social media was monitored strictly to provide situational awareness and not to police disparaging opinions about the federal government. On Friday, Homeland Security officials stuck by that testimony.

A senior Homeland Security official who spoke to The Huffington Post on Friday on condition of anonymity said the testimony of agency officials last week remains "accurate" and the manual "is a starting point, not the endgame" in maintaining situational awareness of natural and man-made threats. The official denied Electronic Privacy Information Center's charge that the government is monitoring dissent. The manual's instruction that analysts should identify "media reports that reflect adversely on DHS and response activities" was not aimed at silencing criticism but at spotting and addressing problems, she added.

Still, the agency agrees that the manual's language is vague and in need of updating. For instance, under terrorism watchwords, the manual lists "Hamas" and "Hezbollah" but also the "Palestinian Liberation Organization." The PLO was once considered a terrorist organization by the U.S. government but now that it has a diplomatic mission in Washington and its leader, Mahmoud Abbas, has met with presidents Bush and Obama, the inclusion of this term could be deemed questionable.

"To ensure clarity, as part of ... routine compliance review, DHS will review the language contained in all materials to clearly and accurately convey the parameters and intention of the program," agency spokesman Matthew Chandler told HuffPost.

The Huffington Post was given a sample of the social media nuggets and news reports picked up by Homeland Security analysts by using its watchword list. An internal report circulated by the agency on Feb. 17 to top officials indicated it had collected reports about everything from hotels in Nigeria increasing security as the terrorist group Boko Haram regroups to the arrest of a Bakersfield, Calif., teen in connection with a bomb plot. Other reports covered subjects including a multi-vehicle crash that resulted in the closing of I-85 in North Carolina, a norovirus outbreak at George Washington University, a suspicious package at an Alabama courthouse and an evacuation of a school in New York City's Bronx boroughas a result of an unknown substance.

Read the Homeland Security manual here:

[link to www.scribd.com]
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