Lizard of Oz - Sunhouse

Little bit of an introduction to Illuminati bloodlines followed by a good rock jam that should be well enjoyed and understood by fans of conspiracy theory...

Every single solitary war Is merely the rich manipulating the poor Every single solitary war Is merely the rich manipulating the poor From ancient kings of yore
And Pharaohs from before Illuminati bloodlines rule the world They dress themselves in skin And conquer from within Saluting to a flag as yet unfurled
They have their go-betweens And justify their means By playing on our fears and pent desire The fabled Lords of Rings They are the Lizard Kings By dragons' breath the skies alight with fire Cause I don't want to be the one who told you so
But I told you so It gives me no pleasure now To say, to say You are not the only ones to be controlled To be controlled We are but the masters of the day The day
The men of skulls and bones They sit upon their thrones But they are just the pawns that we can see The secrets that are kept Have grown up as we slept
And now they threaten all humanity You may be one to laugh Call it a foolish path
But wise men say the truth will make us free The part that they leave out Is that without a doubt The truth destroys a false reality

To curb population growth in India, world's cheapest car offered in exchange for sterilization

Tata Nanos

Health officials in the Indian state of Rajasthan are launching a new campaign to try reduce the high population growth in the area.

They are encouraging men and women to volunteer for sterilisation, and in return are offering a car and other prizes for those who come forward.

More info from the BBC article:


The production modal car costs the equivalent of about $2900 US. Here is the Wiki page on the auto:


Retarded cop tortures mentally handicapped boy

DAYTON, Ohio (CN) - Dayton police "mistook" a mentally handicapped teenager's speech impediment for "disrespect," so they Tasered, pepper-sprayed and beat him and called for backup from "upward of 20 police officers" after the boy rode his bicycle home to ask his mother for help, the boy's mom says...

...Jesse (the boy) was charged with assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest, and obstructing official business...

...Jesse and his mom seek damages from the city and the two lead officers, for false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution, assault, battery, excessive use of force, infliction of emotional distress and civil conspiracy.

Read the details in the full article at link:


Zombie Americans have forgotten why 4th of July is a holiday

American Independence: When, and from whom?

POUGHKEEPSIE – The Hudson Valley may be replete with American Revolutionary history from Washington's Headquarters in Newburgh to the great chain crafted and placed across the Hudson to block the British from coming north, to the beacon fires atop Mount Beacon to alert the colonists of the advance of the Red Coats. But, how many people across the United States really know their history?

A national survey conducted by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion at Marist College in Poughkeepsie found that only 58 percent of those Americans questioned nationwide new the US declared its independence from England in 1776. Of those questioned, 26 percent were unsure of the year and 16 percent mentioned another date. Six percent did not know America declared its independence from England.

Thirty-one percent of adults younger than 30 said the date was 1776 while 59 percent of those between 30 and 44 knew it, 75 percent between 45 and 59 years old had the right answer and 60 percent of those 60 and older said it was 1776.

In the battle of the sexes, 65 percent of all men questioned had the right answer and 52 percent of all women knew it.

The Marist poll concludes that many Americans need to brush up on American history.



SWAT get medals for wrongful home invasion

Acting on a false tip by a drug informant, police raided a home in the middle of the night. In fear for the life of himeself, his wife, and his young children, the homeowner opened fire on the intruders not knowing that they were police. Although the police have publicly apologized, they also held a public ceremony honoring the officers of the botched raid.

Now let me ask you this. If that poor guy had killed a cop, what do you think would have happened to him? He would have been up on murder charges. And if a cop killed him or someone in his family, it would be ruled an "accident" and the cop would still be running a gun.

Do we honor Nazis who got medals for killing Jews just because they got the wrong orders?

NYPD violently storms peaceful concert of world-famous rappers

A lot of confusion there, not enough info for me to pass judgement at this point, but it does appear that police were very heavy-handed in dealing with the situation. I notice in one segment of the video below, that an officer assaults a man with a night-stick but did not arrest him. Without an arrest and charges, by what right did he assault the man with a weapon?

The key factor in this will be whether or not the venue managers allowed police inside, requested their assistance, or if police simply stormed the show of their own accord. And I will say this much, I have seen far more blatant abuses of police power than this. I think this could have turned out a LOT worse than it did.

Related article:


CONFIRMED: 2 town officers submit DNA in case of slain teen

According to a freshly published article by Hudson Valley News, there may be some truth to the rumors that have been swirling about town regarding two local police officers. They were not arrested as initially reported, but two officers have indeed submitted DNA to NY State Police as the investigation continues.

It also appears that one of the officers may have indeed had a relationship with the apparent homicide victim, Katie Filiberti, with HVN reporting...

...the officer in question may have been trying to get ahead of the investigation by revealing a connection to Filiberti.

A pdf file view of the print edition can be found here:


Previous coverage on this site can be found here:


Yesterday's statement by DCSO:


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Man and Machine (the Future of Humanity)


Cops busted for murder of teen girl in NY?

Info is very sketchy, but it appears that two officers from the town police department of historic Hyde Park, NY  have just been arrested for the murder of Katie Filiberti. One officer is said to be senior officer of the upstate department.

This info appears to be reliable, but thus far not confirmed or corroborated by a mainstream media outlet. 

More info to follow.

Background info here...

Mystery deepens surrounding death of teen girl

Sorry guys, gonna have to start deleting comments that name individuals. Please remember that there is no true anonymity on the internet and that you CAN be sued for things like threats and libel.


CONFIRMED: 2 town officers submit DNA in case of slain teen

Police say woman sprayed them with breast milk

Police responded to an Ohio conference center where a wedding was being held after getting a call of a domestic dispute. It is reported that the 30-year-old woman struck her husband several times before locking herself inside a car. When police tried to remove the drunken schoolteacher her from the vehicle...

"...she advised the deputies that she was a breast feeding mother and proceeded to remove her right breast from her dress and began spraying deputies and the vehicle with her breast milk," Delaware County Sheriff Walter L. Davis III said.

She was later released without bail on charges of domestic violence, assault, obstructing official business, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after stating, ""I have no criminal record; I take these charges very seriously and I absolutely intend to seek help for substance abuse with alcohol because alcoholism does run in my family."

You can find more details at this link:

Woman Arrested After Allegedly Spraying Deputies With Breast Milk

Technolgy and police hypocrisy

This article is a little dated, about a year old, but is still a great piece with a lot of material. It is presented here in it's complete format, with the permsission of and thanks to our friends at the Mainstream Media Review.

Quite often in a big city like New York, and elsewhere, technology is touted as being the key to protecting society from criminals and terrorists. The terror threat in particular is flaunted each time some new technology is introduced or expanded. With such marketing by the press and esteemed persons such as NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly, most folks won't or simply don't bother to question the real justification, expense, or possible infringements upon civil liberties. A few convenient cases of inept buffoons charged with terrorism, like the FBI-sponsored "Newburgh 4" are enough to keep the general public thinking there is an omnipresent terror threat and that no sacrifice is too much for security.

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." ~Benjamin Franklin
(As the trial of the Newburgh 4 got underway in White Plains, the Poughkeepsie Journal trumpeted, "Unannounced police checkpoints, random street closings and police helicopters overhead will greet people..." as if that were a good thing in this supposed land of the free. Also reported with perfect timing, by the Poughkeepsie Journal, the Homeland Security Newswire, and elsewhere no doubt, was a new training program to teach the N.Y. State Bridge Authority how to spot terrorists, as part of "Operation Safeguard." Of course there was no mention of the funding details for this program, as the state government was about to come to a grinding halt under a budget crisis and funding for basic services are being slashed across the region. After considerable taxpayer cost, the Walkway Over the Hudson, a public park built upon the framework of an old railroad bridge spanning the Hudson, has been threatened with closure almost since it opened due to budget constraints and lack of funding. The Governor has threatened to close all parks on numerous ocassions citing budget concerns.)

While millions are without work and being shut out of their homes, with the national economy puttering along weakly drawing vivid comparisons to the Great Depression, no expense is to be spared in the surveillance of society. Police cars are now mounted with cameras that scan and process the license plate of every single car they pass, as well as the dash-mounted cams to record traffic stops. Hundreds, if not thousands of stationary cameras are slated to be networked and operational in Manhattan by 2013. Upstate, the surveillance hardware is cropping up here and there, as it is across the country. All of these cameras are being linked to the latest in software developments such as facial recognition programs that are so sensitive they can even detect stress patterns, or basically "read" what your mood is. In airports we are now being herded through machines that violate any sense of privacy, by producing a digital nude image of your body in great detail. Surveillance blimps with the latest and greatest in privacy intruding technology, such as seeing through walls and listening in on conversations miles away, are deployed over major cities such as N.Y., Washington, and San Francisco. The surveillance of society is a booming industry, that no doubt even runs off into secret technologies even beyond the sci-fi futuristic sort that we already know about.

So we have a grand arsenal of complex, layered, and interwoven technological networks pointed straight at the population by the police and assorted security agencies, at enormous expense to the taxpayer, but in some places, if you record a police officer with your cell-phone camera, it is a felony punishable by up to fifteen years in prison. No, that wasn't a joke.

Take the case of Maryland Air National Guard Staff Sergeant John Graber. He liked to ride his motorcycle while wearing a helmet equipped with a camera. Sounds like fun, and something that might come in handy in the event of an accident maybe, or, a traffic stop...

In that video, you see a man jump from a car shouting, as he whips out a pistol. Only after he issued commands, pulled his weapon, and grabbed the bike did the man in the unmarked car say that he was a member of the State Police, but still failed to produce proper identification. One can only imagine what might have happened if Mr. Graber had been a legally armed citizen and military service-member with his own pistol. For him, or any other passerby, it would not have been unreasonable at all to conclude that this man in gray was about to kill because of road-rage, or perhaps a bike-jacking. As it turns out, the man in gray was indeed Maryland State Trooper Joseph David Ulhera. Graber had apparently been speeding, 80 in a 65. Hardly a violent offense that would necessitate the Trooper drawing a firearm. Staff Sergeant Graber was issued a ticket for speeding, and finally allowed to be on his way.

Graber posted the video of the incident on Youtube. As if the asinine actions of the trooper weren't enough, now the story really plummets into the dark depths of what one would expect in a classic fascist police-state. In this land of freedom of speech the Air Guardsman no doubt never imagined that posting the video might be considered a felony punishable by up to fifteen years in prison, but weeks later in the light of the early dawn police raided his house where he lived with his parents, sister, wife, and two young children. He was in bed, immobilized due to a recent surgery, which prevented the police from bringing him in that day, though he was later arrested, held for 26 hours, and had to post a $15,000 bond. That morning police did detain everyone in the house, preventing anyone from leaving for work or school, as they seized computers, disc drives, and Graber's video camera. The warrants for the search were not signed by any judge, though State Attorney Joseph Cassilly says the judge's name is being kept secret for "privacy" concerns. The charge against Graber stems from Maryland's "wiretap" law, which makes it a felony to intercept a private conversation with an electronic device without consent of both parties. Twelve states have similar laws, and in other states, other statutes are twisted to make it a crime to film a police officer as well.

In East Haven, Connecticut, a Roman Catholic priest was arrested filming police engaging in what he thought to be racial profiling, in a city with a history of racial tensions with police. A police report states that Rev. James Manship was arrested for struggling with police over an "unknown shiny silver object." A fifteen-second video clip shows East Haven police Officer David Cari asking, "Is there a reason you have a camera on me?" After the priest replies, the officer says now approaching, ""Well, I'll tell you what, what I'm going to do with that camera," and the footage ends.

In Carlisle, Pennsylvania eighteen year-old was charged with "wiretapping" for recording a routing traffic stop. A crime punishable by seven years in prison there. After his mother put her house up for bail and 26 hours later he was released on bond, but not before confiscated film not related to the incident.

There is the case of Simon Glik, a lawyer from Boston, who was charged with illegal electronic surveillance when he began filming what he thought to be excessive force being used against a handcuffed suspect. Jon Surmacz, a webmaster, was also charged by Boston Police after he was caught filming the breakup of a Christmas party.

There are a number of similar stories that have made it into the media, but as with all stories that would shine a negative light on police, there are many more that never make it to the mainstream media or reach any level of public credibility. It seems that most folks are content not to know, or have an unwavering trust in police, until it is their turn to squirm under the jackboot. Meanwhile, the police and government embrace hypocrisy as a matter of law and standard operating procedure. Police have cameras in their cars, that are conveniently left turned off or "broken" when accusations of misconduct arise. Or even during an interrogation at a police station, where cameras are often required by police when conducting an interview. Officer Wylie Willis was fired after this incident, but later reinstated...

In a free and just nation, police should have no reasonable expectation of privacy where citizens do not, in public places. Moreover, when they are on-duty and acting acting in the capacity of a public servant. Police must be held to a higher standard, not exempt. Stories like this though, and the videos that can be seen beg the question, whom do the police actually work for? Who are they really watching? Who are the real terrorists in this country harming and killing innocent people? Was this country not founded on principals of equality and liberty? Did we not fight a revolution once to throw off the shackles of tyranny and oppression?

Case against Rochester woman arrested for filming police gets tossed

Be sure to check out the videos in the first link if you have not seen them already. This is an update of a case that was also covered here...

Rochester police swarm neighborhood

Probably would have turned out very differently if this victim of fascism was not a pretty little white girl with plenty of community support, but nevertheless, we should take this as a win for the people...

Case dismissed against woman arrested while videotaping police

Good’s attorney, Stephanie Stare, had asked for the charges to be dismissed. In court today, the District Attorney’s office says based on a review of the evidence, there was no legal basis to go forward. The charge was withdrawn and the judge dismissed the case...

... A joint statement issued by Mayor Tom Richards, City Council President Lovely Warren and Rochester Police Chief James Sheppard says they support the decision of the District Attorney’s Office to dismiss the charges against Good.

The statement says whatever the specific circumstances that led to Good’s arrest, they see no purpose in pursuing the criminal charges.

The statement continues, “We believe that the incident that led to Ms. Good's arrest and the subsequent ticketing for parking violations of vehicles belonging to members of an organization associated with Ms. Good raise issues with respect to the conduct of Rochester Police Officers that require an internal review. A review into both matters has been initiated.

Police officers must be able to cope with a high degree of stress while performing oftentimes dangerous duties, relying on their training and experience to guide their behavior. As routine as a traffic stop may appear, it has proven over time to be a potentially dangerous activity for police. Nonetheless, police must conduct themselves with appropriate respect for the rights of those involved or who are observing their actions.

There is a mandated legal process that governs our internal response when police officer behavior is called into question. We must respect this process and that may be frustrating to those who may have already made up their mind about the outcome. We have confidence that the review will be fair and impartial and invite Ms. Good and anyone else with firsthand information to participate. We will withhold our judgment until the review is completed.

Whatever the outcome of the internal review, we want to make clear that it is not the policy or practice of the Rochester Police Department to prevent citizens from observing its activities - including photographing or videotaping - as long as it does not interfere with the safe conduct of those activities. It is also not the policy or practice of the Department to selectively enforce laws in response to the activities of a group or individual. This has always been the case and it is being reinforced within the Department, so that it will be abundantly clear to everyone.”


FB Scam Alert! (Yeahh!! It happens on Live Television!!!)

If you click to watch the video, you have been hacked. It may be a good idea to change your password and run a security scan on your system.

And for those who are pissed that they didn't get to see some nip, here's the actual vid.

Marika Fruscio Side Boob Nip Slip

(Caution: Nudity)


New drug from South America causes amnesia

Good bet that certain alphabet agencies have known about this stuff for years. If not, they have probably produced something similar synthetically anyway. Either way though, the cat is out of the bag now and it is a near certainty that this stuff will make it's way to the States where it will be used by the criminal underworld as well as certain government agencies. I wonder too if this drug would be effective as an enhanced interrogation tool. If so, then heck, might wind up being administered to you at your nearest friendly TSA checkpoint. Have a nice flight.

Mind controller: What is the 'burundanga' drug?

Burundanga is a scary drug. According to news reports from Ecuador, the last thing a motorist could recall, after waking up minus his car and possessions, was being approached by two women; in Venezuela, a girl came round in hospital to find she had been abducted and sexually assaulted; in Colombia, customers of a street vendor were robbed after eating his spiked food. Each had been doped with burundanga, an extract of the brugmansia plant containing high levels of the psychoactive chemical scopolamine.

The scale of the problem in Latin America is not known, but a recent survey of emergency hospital admissions in Bogotá, Colombia, found that around 70 per cent of patients drugged with burundanga had also been robbed, and around three per cent sexually assaulted. "The most common symptoms are confusion and amnesia," says Juliana Gomez, a Colombian psychiatrist who treats victims of burundanga poisoning. "It makes victims disoriented and sedated so they can be easily robbed." Medical evidence verifies this, but news reports allude to another, more sinister, effect: that the drug removes free will, effectively turning victims into suggestible human puppets. Although not fully understood by neuroscience, free will is seen as a highly complex neurological ability and one of the most cherished of human characteristics. Clearly, if a drug can eliminate this, it highlights a stark vulnerability at the core of our species.

Medical science has yet to establish if the drug affects our autonomy, but it is known that scopolamine affects memory and makes people more passive. Neuroscientist Renate Thienel, from the University of Newcastle in Australia, has studied its effects on problem-solving and memory tasks during brain scans. He notes that "scopolamine has a selective effect on memory, although other mental functions, such as planning and information manipulation, are unaffected". This suggests victims remain cognitively nimble but unable to retain information.

The key seems to be that scopolamine blocks acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter essential to memory. Scans also reveal the drug affects the amygdala, a brain area controlling aggression and anxiety. This would explain scopolamine's pacifying effect. Evidence also suggests victims tend to be confused and passive rather than unable to resist commands. Yet, until scopolamine's role in the chemistry of free will is fully explored, we can only speculate that the criminal underworld has unwittingly stumbled upon one of the greatest discoveries of 21st-century neuroscience.

Be sure to visit the original site Wired to view the article in it's original format including inline links of supporting info.

Tonetta - Devil's Desire

WTF did I just watch? My eyes are bleeding. Catchy tune though, lol.

If I Were a Rich Man

"Oh dear Lord. You made many many poor people. I realize of course it's no shame to be poor. But it's no great honor either! So what would have been so terrible, if I had a small fortune?"

Rochester police swarm neighborhood...

... to hand out parking tickets, to supporters of the woman who was arrested for standing in her front lawn when police made a traffic stop in front of her house. In case you missed it, here is how that event transpired...

...and now, for the feature presentation...

Seriously? I mean fuckin seriously?! Your hard earned tax dollars at work folks.And all we ever hear out of the police is how they need more money for overtime, need more cops on patrol, need better state of the art equipment. Tell me Mister Officer, is that a night-vision kevlar coated ruler?

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