Thursday, October 20, 2011
Monday, August 22, 2011
I’m very sad to announce that Budd Hopkins died today, August 21, at 1:35 pm. Budd had been under hospice care for about three weeks, at his home in New York. The combination of liver cancer and pneumonia led to his death. His daughter Grace Hopkins-Lisle and I were with him almost continuously during these past weeks. He was not in any pain throughout any of the process, and he received the best possible care and loving support from those closest to him. Today he gradually slipped away, and simply quietly stopped breathing. He died peacefully and without any struggle.
June 15, 1931 - August 21, 2011
Thank you so much for youir contributions to the U.F.O. Field. We will all miss you.
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Internet communication is being blocked in many ways by the government in an effort to control what the rest of the world knows about what is really going on in Iran. We are witnessing history here. Stay strong, fight hard and may you be victorious.
* Gmail and GTalk are shut down
* Yahoo is shut down
* AIM is most likely shut down
* Phone lines are down
* HTTPS and other such protocols are down
* Iranian ISPs have been shut down
* They are trying very hard to close down the Iranian connection to twitter and giving proxies they control in order to track down people
* Cellphones and SMS are shut down
God be with them.
Saturday June 13, 2009. Iran's hard-line president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared victory in a controversial election. 39,000,000 votes were hand counted in 2 hours. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei verified the election results.
The outrage from the people of Iran erupted in mass protesting in the streets. The government continues to try and halt the demonstrations and have been implicated in numerous atrocities against there own people. One student was seen holding a sign that reads: "Night Tehran University killing field killing field"
Cell phone and internet access has been mostly shut down by the government to prevent the real stories from reaching the rest of the world. Sporadic information is indeed leaking out of the country by brave and ingenious people using internet proxies and some international reporters still in the country.
This is history in the making. The people of Iran have put themselves in danger to have their vote counted. The government is arresting and possibly murdering people for wanting to be heard. We as a country must stand beside these people and make sure that their stories are told. Many will not survive this historical event but they are willing to take that chance for freedom.
God be with them all.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
I am just going to copy and paste the whole article.
Copied from www.chinaview.cn
This guy and his Mullahs are dangerous. Not only to the region in which they reside but to the rest of the world as well.
Ok I'm finished so read the article and be informed.
Iran now has complete cycle for processing nuclear fuel: president
|www.chinaview.cn 2009-04-12 00:22:47|
Special Report: Iran Nuclear Crisis
TEHRAN, April 11 (Xinhua) -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday that his country now has a complete cycle for producing and processing nuclear fuel, local Fars news agency reported.
"Iran now is a country that has (a complete nuclear) fuel cycle and all the needs of the country in this regard will be provided through using nuclear energy and building (nuclear power) plants domestically," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying.
He said that Iran was "moving towards advancements very speedily and its progress in different fields is stunning."
Ahmadinejad's remarks came two days after he inaugurated Iran's first nuclear fuel manufacturing plant in the central Iranian city of Isfahan on Thursday.
The Isfahan plant will process enriched uranium into nuclear fuel pellets, which will then be stacked into tubes of corrosion-resistant metal alloy called fuel rods.
The finished fuel rods will then be assembled together to buildup the nuclear fuel core of a power reactor.
On Thursday, Ahmadinejad also disclosed that Iran was running around 7,000 centrifuges at its uranium enrichment facility in Natanz also in central Iran, and the country has tested "two new kinds of centrifuges with capacity several times greater than the existing ones."
Iran's nuclear program is questioned by many parties. The United States and other western countries claim that Iran intends to secretly develop nuclear weapons. The UN Security Council also requires Iran to suspend its uranium enrichment activity.
Iran, however, insists that its nuclear plan is only for peaceful purposes, vowing to continue its uranium enrichment activity despite pressure and sanctions from western countries.
Sunday, March 01, 2009
Monday, March 10, 2008
Sunday, March 02, 2008
I will say right upfront that I am and have always been a staunch Bush supporter. I have remained relatively quiet and only defended Mr. Bush when someone steps over the line and insults his intelligence. Firstly he is by no means a stupid man. He bears his responsibilities and duties with the dignity that is expected of our leaders. Like it or not he really does care about this country and made that very evident when he declared war on terrorism, terrorist organizations and nations that harbor any form of terrorist threat. No man or nation has ever made such a crucial and world changing declaration and then acted on it in such an effective way. In case everyone in the world except me has forgotten WMDs were discovered numerous times in Iraq before, during and after the lame ass U.N. weapons inspections.
George Bush will go down in history as a doer not a talker.
I am living in a safer world because he wasn't afraid to do the right thing and then stick with the plan.
George Bush is my President.