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HOTT Newslinks 03/04/11

Just when you thought it was safe to kiss your sweetie on the park bench in relative privacy : Google Street View goes off road with tricycle to capture more images

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/2011/03/google-street-view-goes-off-road-with-tricycle-to-capture-more-images.html

 

Nasa Glory mission ends in failure : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12551861

What a shame they won’t be able to verify global warming, uh – I mean climate change – is just like Al Gore tells it!

 

 

Humans on Verge of 6th Great Mass Extinction, Experts Say

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/03/02/humans-verge-6th-great-mass-extinction-experts-say/#ixzz1FYjDsayP

Don’t worry though, it’ll take between 300 and 2000 years to happen and we can rely on government to write sensible legislation to create more human free zones, heavily tax consumers of fossil fuels and otherwise save our souls!

 

Here’s why you need to know Emergency First Aid : Some GOOD NEWS!

Dozens of people perform CPR to save heart attack victim

http://yourlife.usatoday.com/mind-soul/doing-good/story/2011/03/Dozens-of-people-perform-CPR-for-96-minutes-to-save-heart-attack-victim/44427376/1

Checkout Doyel’s great First Aid DVD at the HOTT Shop

 

‘Tractor beam’ is possible with lasers, say scientists

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12620560

Now that we have “Star Trek” style socialism, we’ll maybe soon have “Star Trek” style technology! You keep your laser, I’ll keep my guns…

 

Thanks to Spencer for letting us know that The Hour of the Time made the Southern Poverty Law Center’s list once again!  We think it’s quite nice that we’re in the Arizona listing right in between the Constitution Party and the John Birch Society.  Good company indeed!  Not to say that we think everyone on the list is good company.  They lump extremist groups in together with folks like us in the hopes that their readers will equate all of the groups on the list.  And big fans of the SPLC are likely not educated enough to know the difference.    http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-report/browse-all-issues/2011/spring/active-patriot-groups-in-the-us

 

Another baby step here to make gun ownership even more inconvenient :

Iowa Bill Could Compel Gun Carriers to Take Breathalyzer or Lose Permit

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/03/02/iowa-compel-gun-carriers-breathalyzer-lose-permit/

 

 

 

Comments

  1. @Hannibal
    Officially, they are anti-communist, they support limited government and personal freedom. They believe in nation states, in particular they are in favor of the United States existing as a Constitutional Republic and are also opposed to US membership in the UN. Do we agree with them on these points? Why, yes, we do! Do we agree with every single statement they make? Why, no, we don’t! But yes, if they existed as an individual, we think they’d make good neighbors.

  2. Dozens of people perform CPR to save heart attack victim:

    earthclinic.com/Remedies/cayenne.html
    From the healing text of Dr. Christopher:
    “In 35 years of practice, and working with the people and teaching, I
    have never on house calls lost one heart attack patient and the reason
    is, whenever I go in–if they are still breathing–I pour down them a
    cup of cayenne tea (a teaspoon of cayenne in a cup of hot water, and
    within minutes they are up and around). This is one of the fastest
    acting aids we could ever give for the heart, because it feeds that
    heart immediately. Most hearts are suffering from malnutrition because
    of processed food we are eating, but here it gets a good powerful dose
    of real food and it’s something that has brought people in time after
    time. This is something that everyone should know how great it is,
    because a heart attack can come to your friends or loved ones any
    time. And even yourself. The warm tea is faster working than tablets,
    capsules, cold tea, because the warm tea opens up the cell
    structure–makes it expand and accept the cayenne that much faster,
    and it goes directly to the heart, through the artery system, and
    feeds it in powerful food.”

  3. @admin
    Ok, but if I forget about what they are “officially” and what they say, and I remember that the president of JBS was educated by Jesuits, and that Jesuits are perfectly capable of claiming to be that which they are not, then I have to wonder about JBS.

    Of course people can change, and I’m not necessarilly saying that attending a college founded by Jesuits means anything, but I have noticed that some people in key positions of propagating these myths have attended Jesuit schools. Take Michael Scheuer, for example.

    Also when I think of JBS I think of Ron Paul. When I think of Ron Paul I think of Ronald Reagan, and when I think of Ronald Reagan I think vatican/jesuits.

  4. Hannibal :
    @admin
    Ok, but if I forget about what they are “officially” and what they say, and I remember that the president of JBS was educated by Jesuits, and that Jesuits are perfectly capable of claiming to be that which they are not, then I have to wonder about JBS.
    Of course people can change, and I’m not necessarilly saying that attending a college founded by Jesuits means anything, but I have noticed that some people in key positions of propagating these myths have attended Jesuit schools. Take Michael Scheuer, for example.
    Also when I think of JBS I think of Ron Paul. When I think of Ron Paul I think of Ronald Reagan, and when I think of Ronald Reagan I think vatican/jesuits.

    I think these are valid questions. If memory serves (and I’m pretty sure of it), I do believe that Koch was mentioned in “The Gulag Archipelago” with a footnote referencing his involvement with Russian oil refineries. Here are some snippets of an intriguing article that raise the same concerns:

    THE RHODES ~ MILNER ROUND TABLE
    http://watch.pair.com/roundtable.html

    While researching the origins of the Religious Right for this series,
    we came across an obscure but significant passage in an obscure but
    highly significant document titled “The Belmont Brotherhood”. This
    report is an expose of the John Birch Society, whose founding members
    were discovered to be, in the main, high-ranking Freemasons and
    members of other subversive organizations. The authors intended to
    develop the Belmont report into a book, but did not do so for reasons
    that remain unknown but should become apparent to the reader upon
    discovery of the various connections of the JBS founders. Since the
    John Birch Society successfully laid the foundation for the
    exploitation of Christians through the ultra-conservative movement,
    the Belmont Brotherhood is must reading for every Christian:

    THE BELMONT BROTHERHOOD
    http://watch.pair.com/belmont.html

    […]
    William J. Grede

    In the February 1977 John Birch Society Bulletin, Welch describes
    Grede as a “truly great American (p. 27).” This “great American” was a
    “director” of none other than the 7th Federal Reserve Bank – an
    important arm of the infamous Federal Reserve System. As Birch
    authority Gary Allen states in his Rockefeller File: “For fifty years
    the Federal Reserve – CFR – Rockefeller Insider crowd (observe how
    Allen uses all of these terms together and interchangeably) has
    advocated and carried out policies aimed at increasing the power of
    their satellite, the Soviet Union (p. 108).”

    That being the case, what was a founding Council Member of the JBS – a
    man who is now Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Council –
    doing as a member of the crowd Allen says increases the power of the
    Soviet Union? Coincidence?? No more a coincidence than Grede’s
    membership in the quasi-Masonic National Council of the YMCA – which
    we shall deal with later.

    Incidentally, Grede is listed by Helen Peters in her treatise, Is the
    John Birch Society Subversive? as Chairman of National Bible Week put
    up by the Laymen’s National Committee of the National Council of
    Churches. This we suppose is the “Conservative” Arm of the National
    Council of Churches.

    […]
    Frederick Chase Koch

    If it should seem strange that a founding Council member like McMillan
    was also a CFR member, it shouldn’t be. Koch, another founding Council
    member (JBS* that is) was — according to the 1964-1965 Who’s Who
    (page 1120), available at your local non-JBS library (we have
    reproduced the section in question nearby). — President of The
    Coleman Company, Inc., “builder oil refineries in England, France,
    Belgium, Germany, Russia (emphasis ours), Rumania (emphasis ours),
    Portugal, Italy, Near East…” We wonder if Koch signed that JBS
    petition to stop aid and trade with our Communist enemies. He probably
    did. Should you dare to ask Welch about the apparent contradiction
    here, he will very likely reply with a form letter saying: “So What?
    — And thank you for checking with this office.”

    i.b.

  5. Two more very interesting and LENGTHY articles from the same site that I have only yet skimmed through…

    watch.pair.com/revolution.html

    watch.pair.com/jbs-cnp.html

    i.b.