A powerful message from Roseanne…

Can Roseanne Barr be our next President?

Yes, this clip is old.. but a lot of the info Roseanne talks about makes a lot of sense….  and we are living in times where it is imperative to be paying attention…

Source: RT – Russia Today

Published on Dec 19, 2013

Abby Martin interviews television legend Roseanne Barr, discussing everything from Saudi Arabia’s connection to 9/11, to her VIVID porn pitch, to her next US presidential run.

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Published on Dec 30, 2013

Source: Joe Rogan Experience

Roseanne Barr is a comedian, actress, writer, television producer, director, and 2012 presidential nominee.


Modern Day Slavery: The exploitation of Qatar’s migrant workers

Source: RT – Russia Today

Published on Jul 29, 2014

Migrant workers in Qatar helping to construct offices for the 2022 World Cup reportedly haven’t been paid after a year of toiling in the desert heat in slum like conditions. Sharan Burrow from the International Trade Union Confederation thinks Qatar should be boycotted until fundamental labor laws are in place.

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Are We Becoming Less Free? Now our homes are getting invaded…

Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Our cel phones are tracking devices… oh and by the way, we are becoming voluntary robots…

Source: InfoWars…

Published on Jul 19, 2014

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US Court Ends Private Property Rights: All Water To Be Controlled By Government

Source: Survival Backpack

(Stephen Frank)  Democrat Senator Fran Pavley has a bill that would give the State the responsibility of “managing” all groundwater. That means the water projects and the groundwater will be controlled by government—which will pick the winners and loser. Government will decide if you can use your private property—water—to grow your crops or be forced at the barrel of a gun give your water to your neighbor that paid nothing for the well you dug and now he will use. Want to collapse agriculture in this State literally overnight, give control of water to government.

Now a court may have decided the issue—against the free market, against private property and is ordering a county to take over control of water in its domain. This is like watching a car crash in slow motion—you see it but feel helpless to stop it.

“Sacramento Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner just issued a preliminary ruling that Siskiyou County must regulate groundwater well permits along the Scott River in accordance with “Public Trust Doctrine.” This means the water now mainly used by hay farmers also will have to be divided among commercial sports fishing, kayaking, Indian Tribes and tourist-hotel interests.”

If upheld, this is the how California will be shut down, due to water.

Lawsuit could expand state control of groundwater
July 23, 2014 – By Wayne Lusvardi, Calwatchdog, 7/23/14 

Sacramento Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner just issued a preliminary ruling that Siskiyou County must regulate groundwater well permits along the Scott River in accordance with “Public Trust Doctrine.” This means the water now mainly used by hay farmers also will have to be divided among commercial sports fishing, kayaking, Indian Tribes and tourist-hotel interests.

The result will be more water shortages as additional political special interests divvy up a limited supply.

The key is the “Public Trust Doctrine,” which was explained in a 1993 report by the California State Lands Commission:

“This Doctrine originated in early Roman law and, as incorporated into English Common law, held that certain resources were available in common to all humankind by ‘natural law.’ Among those common resources were ‘the air, running water, the sea and consequently the shores of the sea.’ Navigable waterways were declared to be ‘common highways, forever free,’ and available to all the people for whatever public uses may be made of those waterways.

“In California, the Public Trust Doctrine historically has referred to the right of the public to use California’s waterways to engage in ‘commerce, navigation, and fisheries.’ More recently, the doctrine has been defined by the courts as providing the public the right to use California’s water resources for: navigation, fisheries, commerce, environmental preservation and recreation; as ecological units for scientific study; as open space; as environments which provide food and habitats for birds and marine life; and as environments which favorably affect the scenery and climate of the area.

“In National Audubon Society v. Superior Court of Alpine County (1983), the California Supreme Court held that the public trust doctrine protects not only navigation, commerce, wildlife and fishing, but also ‘changing public needs of ecological preservation, open space maintenance and scenic and wildlife preservation.’”

Court case

ThSiskiyou County court case involves a recent lawsuit brought by the Environmental Law Foundation and the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Associations against the State Water Resources Control Board and the County of Siskiyou.  ELF charged that decreased water flows in the Scott River over the past 20 years are due to excessive agricultural extractions of groundwater that flow into the river, which has harmed fish populations and the navigability of the river for recreational rafting and boat fishing.

The Scott River runs 60 miles in Siskiyou County, located along the northerly state border with Oregon.  The Scott River watershed is 800 square miles.  About two-thirds is privately owned and a third publicly owned.  Forty-five percent is used for forestry, 40 percent for grazing, and only 13 percent for cropland.  The Scott River Groundwater Basin is still the only one in all of California that has surface water and groundwater legally defined as “interconnected” (Water Code 2500.5).

The Scott River watershed was “adjudicated in 1980,” meaning the normal court system for water rights settled local disputes.  The Siskiyou County Superior Court ruled that all groundwater within 500 feet of the river was subject to court monitoring and restrictions on pumping.

The ruling included safeguards for fish, wildlife and natural river flow under the Public Trust Doctrine.  The county issues well drilling permits outside the 500-foot zone, and the court-appointed Watermaster does so within the 500-foot setback.  However, the county court has never appointed a Watermaster to govern well permits along the banks of the river within the 500-foot strip.

Writing in the June 26 issue of the California Water Law Journal, Bryan Barnhart said the ELF suit could have sought enforcement by the state Attorney General or the modification of the Siskiyou County court decree to assign a Watermaster for enforcement.  Instead, the ELF filed its case in a Sacramento County court seeking to expand the Public Trust Doctrine to groundwater for the first time in California.

The Sacramento Court has issued an interim ruling that California groundwater falls within the jurisdiction of the Public Trust Doctrine. For the interim ruling to stand under final court review, ELF would have to prove that the Scott River is navigable and that sufficient groundwater flows into the river for Public Trust purposes to be impaired.  A superior court ruling, however, would not set legal precedent across the entire state.

The Public Trust Doctrine also is supposed to apply only when “feasible.”  Whether the Scott River is navigable would have to be a factual finding of the court, as well as whether the Doctrine is feasible during an historic drought.

Inconsistencies with lawsuit 

Other developments have not deterred the ELF from filing and threatening lawsuits to agricultural irrigation districts both in Siskiyou County and California’s Central Valley asserting that groundwater falls within the Public Trust Doctrine:

Overblown lawsuits? 

ELF has also sent letters to 22 water irrigation districts in the state threatening to sue if they fail to comply with a 2009 law requiring the reporting of the measurement of groundwater basins.

A reply came from Robert Kunde, manager for the Wheeler Ridge-Maricopa Water Storage District in Bakersfield: “We comply with the vast majority of what the law requires.  We just haven’t filed some paperwork to document it.” He said high water prices due to drought are driving water conservation more than the threat of regulation.

Mark Mulkay of the Kern Delta Water District in Bakersfield said his district has been measuring water in order to charge its customers since 1965.

And nine of the purportedly noncompliant districts have already provided verification to ELF that they are following the law.  Where some water districts are too small to be able to afford such paperwork, Ted Trimbleof the Western Canal Water District in Oroville is working on creating a regional water plan.

Water Grab? 

If the ELF case prevails in Siskiyou County, it may not be long before such legal challenges are made againstadjudicated urban water basins upon which Southern California depends for about 60 percent of its water supplies in a dry year.

The recent $10.5 billion proposed water bond that recently failed in the California Senate included $150 million for projects proximate to “major metropolitan cities for a river that has an adopted revitalization plan” (alluding to the proposed Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan).  All such a project needs besides money is more water than the trickle that travels down the concrete-lined flood channels today.  And the only place to get that water is from local groundwater basins.  Water is turning into an elixir for ecological redevelopment projects.

At stake in the Siskiyou County groundwater case — for both rural and urban groundwater users — may be more than a drop in the bucket. Making room for kayaking in the Scott River may also make way for it in the Los Angeles River by diverting drinking water from residential users to kayakers and water-oriented real estate development in a replay of “Chinatown.”

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What’s really happening between Isreal & Gaza?

There is a lot of confusion… a lot of corporate media confusion…

but one thing that can not be denied is the terrible loss of lives… innocent lives being lost at the growing war and genocide happening here.

Please listen to all sources and be discerning.

This young man in the video below  which was taken at a rally in Atlanta is painting a different version of the story that what we are really being told… hmmmm

Published on Jul 27, 2014

Source: Truth Ministries…

Dave Glander, of Truth Ministries, interviews several people at the Atlanta Stands with Israel Rally on 07-25-2014. This interview shows an 18 year old kid delivering fact after fact, while the two “opponents” simply murmur expletives that they have heard from the liberal media without supporting evidence at all. Visit: http://www.TruthMinistries.tv for more information on what we are focusing on in the end times.

These 5 Censored Books Tell a History the Establishment Wants Hidden

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Published on Jun 25, 2014

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Abby Martin speaks with NYU media studies professor, Mark Crispin Miller, about five historical books that have been actively suppressed and hidden from the American public.


Shhh… If no one speaks, no one is heard

 Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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All of the images below were photographed by Rosangel Perez.  Most of them were captured on her walks in Wiliamsburg, Brooklyn.  All the pictures were taken in Brooklyn.


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There is a growing hunger and desperation building in the masses that want and are  breaking free of this rigid system… of a world that only caters to elite and wealthy…


 That leaves 99% of us out of the game.  What are we going to do? 

We are all getting squeezed tighter each day…


It’s a temptation to drive us into madness… to starve us out and create wars in the streets… not with the elite, but with each other…


“Freedom lies in being bold” ~ B.D. White & Jilly Ballistic

We need to be bold! together! as a big 99% family.

shhh…. slow down… listen, feel…

we need each other more than ever right now. 

to work in peace as brothers and sisters and not kill each other off like animals.


This moment is more important than you think…


Together we can and we will…

Will you?



“One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.” JFK

Together we can and we will…

Thank you,

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