Saturday, September 28, 2013

Dark Side of UFOs, God and Turtles

Found this from 2007 from Ted Twietmeyer on the ever frantic Jeff Rense site:The Darker Side Of UFOs. No facts or proof and scant evidence, simply personal opinion and thin speculation on assumptions on what UFOs do, and why they're doing it.

So why waste time on this stuff? Because I've been thinking of the so-called "dark" side of UFOs lately, and those that refuse to consider that there is a dark side. Oh, so many times I've been told that nothing negative or dark shall be discussed -- and yet, of course, we are all interested in being authentic and finding the truth. 

Back to Twietmeyer's 2007 piece:
Storage tanks in a vehicle this size could easily hold thousands of gallons of water. And there may have been other uses the vehicle may have had, such as processing humans. I have been able to confirm that this took place.
UFOs are terrorizing us, and we're mere teeny baby turtles in the alien claws of the ET:
"We are as helpless to stop them as a small pet turtle is to a children's hand. The small pet turtle (not a snapping turtle) can do virtually nothing to escape the hand of a little child who wants to pick it up. Surely the turtle would like to think it will be returned to where it was found."

And so on. Until we get to the real issue, which is God, who remains detached and impassive, allowing abductions and mining to continue. There is hope, according to the author. The government can "ally itself with a friendly alien race, but only under certain conditions." Among those conditions: "One [alien race] which won't double-cross humanity..."

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Tom Waits quote

"There is no devil, that's just God when he's drunk."  ~ Tom Waits
Found that on Janis Ian's FB page. So good had to steal it.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

'Under God' part of Pledge of Allegiance under review in Massachusetts -

 Amazed that such an insertion into the pledge has remained since the 1950s, another court case to remove "under God." Probably will lose the good fight, once again, but we can hope:

'Under God' part of Pledge of Allegiance under review in Massachusetts - (CNN) -- The Pledge of Allegiance is recited in classrooms across the country every morning -- and because of the words "under God," it is heard in courtrooms across the country seemingly just as often these days.

Every attempt to eliminate the mention of God has thus far failed, but the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts will hear arguments on Wednesday seeking removal of the two words for a new reason: discrimination.

"This is the first challenge of its kind" said Roy Speckhardt, the executive director of the American Humanist Association, an atheist group arguing for the plaintiffs. "We feel very confident that we have a strong case."

That case, which was brought by an unidentified family of a student at a school in suburban Boston, will be argued on the premise that the pledge violates the Equal Rights Amendment of the Massachusetts Constitution. It is the first such case to be tried on the state level: All previous attempts have been argued in federal court on the grounds that 'under God' was an unconstitutional violation of the separation of church and state.