Saturday, May 14, 2011

Charlie Chan and the Case of the Incredible Shrinking Dollar

"Ancient honorable ancestor say that, although big crime may have one desire, it often requires many to accomplish."

May 14, 2011
By Lee Cary

As the value of the dollar continues to decline, that legendary Honolulu police detective of yesteryear, Charlie Chan, is summoned to question several persons-of-interest.

With his Number Three Son, Tommy, Chan enters the plush, mahogany paneled meeting room at the Department of the Treasury where several likely suspects await.

In the center of a conference table, inside a tamper-proof glass box, is a single dollar bill that appears to be smaller than normal. We listen in on the conversation:  Read More

Texas may criminalize TSA pat-downs as molestation (opinion)

"This is one government department (among many) that needs to be seriously downsized."

May 14, 2011
By Mike Adams

Texas is a fiercely independent-minded state, and it also turns out that Texans are tired of being sexually molested by government agents at the airport. That's why Texas State Congressman Rep. David Simpson decided to do something about it: He sponsored a bill which makes it a crime for security agents to touch "the anus, sexual organ, buttocks, or breast of another person," even though clothing.

Well, gee, then that basically scraps the entire TSA playbook of tyranny. If they can't touch your anus, sex organs and breasts, then I guess they'll just have to go back home and touch themselves instead. Along those lines, a TSA agent was recently arrested for distributing child pornography:

Can Texas resist federal tyranny?

This is shaping up to be a highly entertaining showdown between Texas-minded freedom and federal government tyrants masquerading as security officers. I can't wait to see a group of Texas Sheriffs marching in to the airport, arresting TSA agents, and throwing them in the local jail for touching the crotch of a 3-year-old baby while they were checking for poop bombs.  Read More

TEPCO to cover damaged Fukushima reactors with useless polyester tents

"The containment vessels are cracked. They are releasing radiation. Fission excursions are still occurring and no one can go inside those containments for hundreds of years -- even if they could get to the fuel"

May 14, 2011
By Ethan A. Huff

In a demonstration of the company's shocking ignorance concerning the nature of radioactive particles, the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has announced that it is going to place large polyester domes -- yes, you read that right -- around the damaged reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in an alleged attempt to help contain radioactive particles. The polyester domes will begin appearing next month, and all are expected to be in place by the end of the year, say reports.

The TEPCO announcement, of course, is an insult to the intelligence of billions of people worldwide that understand that a thin layer of polyester fabric will do absolutely nothing to contain radioactive particles. Nevertheless, the company is moving forward with its plan to tent the facility, which also happens to conveniently hide from the public the true condition of the reactors behind a layer of opaque plastic material (

The announcement comes just one day after TEPCO announced that the Reactor 1 cooling pools are dry, and that its nuclear fuel rods have melted ( So while most of the world falsely believes that the Fukushima crisis is over, TEPCO has quietly admitted that it basically lied about the dire condition of the plant, and that it now plans to cover up the facility with plastic tents.
Read More

50 Things Every American Should Know About The Collapse Of The Economy

"It has been said that those that sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind. 

We are about to experience the consequences of decades of really bad decisions."

May 14, 2011
The Economic Collaspe

Right now, we are witnessing a truly historic collapse of the economy, and yet most Americans do not understand what is going on.  One of the biggest reasons why the American people do not understand what is happening to the economy is because our politicians and the mainstream media are not telling the truth.  Barack Obama and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke keep repeating the phrase "economic recovery" over and over, and this is really confusing for most Americans because things sure don't seem to be getting much better where they live.  There are millions upon millions of Americans that are sitting at home on their couches right now wondering why they lost their jobs and why nobody will hire them.  Millions of others are wondering why the only jobs they can get are jobs that a high school student could do.  Families all across America are wondering why it seems like their wages never go up but the price of food and the price of gas continue to skyrocket.  We are facing some very serious long-term economic problems in this country, and we need to educate the American people about why the collapse of the economy is happening.  If the American people don't understand why they are losing their jobs, why they are losing their homes and why they are drowning in debt then they are going to keep on doing all of the same things that they have been doing.  They will also keep sending the same idiot politicians back to Washington to represent us.  There are some fundamental things about the economy that every American should know.  The American people need to be shocked out of their entertainment-induced stupor long enough to understand what is really going on and what needs to be done to solve our nightmarish economic problems.  If we do not wake up enough Americans in time, the economic collapse that is coming could tear this nation to shreds.  Read More