Mood: party time!
Now Playing: Just Another Firework Display
Topic: ANYBODY * ANYDAY
It's a redneck
* firework display *
They warn you to don't try
this at home
but I dont see
Zebra 3 Report by Joe Anybody
Sunday, 13 August 2006
Home Made Fire Works
Mood: party time!
Now Playing: Just Another Firework Display
Topic: ANYBODY * ANYDAY
It's a redneck
* firework display *
They warn you to don't try
this at home
but I dont see
Liquids: Not-on-Planes! Oh give Me a Break!
Now Playing: Joe Anybody calls this BULLSHIT
Topic: CIVIL RIGHTS
"Sir, I'm going to have to take this bottle of water away from you since it might be a liquid explosive, and I'm going to have to mix it with all of these other bottles of possibly liquid explosive, and I'm going to have to dump them all in this trash can... together. Never mind that the plot specifically mentions mixing chemicals and/or nitroglycerin... which explodes if handled too roughly."
Read complete story here--> http://jonesreport.com/articles/110806_liquid_terror.html
Notice the baby crying because the the stupid Homeland Security thinks she may be "drinking a bomb in a liquid form"
this is 99% hype
I comment on this kind of hype by writing a post on Indy Media
I signed the comment as "A Typical Concerned Fool"
You can read it here --> http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2006/08/344285.shtml
You can read more on trumped up TERROR - FEAR here -->
Thursday, 10 August 2006
Ralph Nader Tells It Like It Is, Listen Up My Fellow Z3 Readers!
Now Playing: Ned Lamont beats Lieberman for Congress seat
Ralph Nader speaks up as a call-in guest on this Democracy Now "War and Peace Report" with Amy Goodman on the Lamont issue and other related subjects
here is the video link
Wednesday, August 9th, 2006
Three-term Sen. Joe Lieberman lost Connecticut's Democratic primary last night in one of the most closely-watched races in the country. He was defeated by Ned Lamont, a wealthy a telecommunications executive who has run largely on an antiwar platform. Lieberman has vowed to run as an independent candidate. We speak with former independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader.
Tuesday, 8 August 2006
How about a Golf Ball Upside Your Head Ya Damn Protester!
Now Playing: 6 Nations gets rocks thrown - article is gentle in pointing who really did what
Topic: NATIVE AMERICANS
The following article is found at this link here:
I feel that given the right moment
(and the wrong people)
ALL HELL COULD BREAK LOOSE
Interesting too is how the rock throwing is mentioned, as if both sides were as guilty I bet, that is not the truth
Judge orders negotiations halted in contentious aboriginal land dispute
August 08, 2006 - 3:39 pm
Cayuga, Ont. - A judge in Cayuga, Ontario says his orders over a contested tract of land have been ``blatantly disregarded.''
Justice David Marshall says there must be no more negotiation over the land between governments and the six nations until his orders are followed.
Marshall is angry native protesters haven't been removed from the land at nearby Caledonia that has been occupied since February.
Negotiations aimed at resolving a bitter land occupation that has, at times, turned violent must be suspended until aboriginal protesters move off the contested property, an Ontario court judge ruled Tuesday.
The ``lawlessness'' that has characterized the occupation of a housing development in the southwestern Ontario community of Caledonia must end before talks with the province and the federal government can move forward, said Superior Court Justice David Marshall.
"It is common knowledge that the people of Caledonia, after five months of occupation, have seen security in their town replaced by lawlessness, protesters in battle fatigues, police officers in riot in gear,'' said Marshall.
When asked if the province would abide by the judge's ruling, Premier Dalton McGuinty replied ``it's the kind of thing that we're going to want take some time to carefully consider.''
"I would appeal for people to be calm,'' the premier added.
Significant progress has been made in the dispute, including a deal that saw aboriginals remove a contentious highway barricade, said McGuinty.
"Let's not lose ground as a result of this ruling.''
Relations between aboriginal protesters and their non-aboriginal neighbours have been marked by violence since the occupation began in February.
Over the weekend, residents and protesters clashed yet again, as rocks and golf balls were thrown at each other.
On Tuesday, a shouting match erupted outside court between more than a dozen protesters and non-aboriginal residents, calling each other ``squatter'' and ``terrorist'' and blaming each other for recent violence.
Clyde Powless, a spokesman for the occupiers, said they planned to meet Tuesday night to discuss their next move.
"As far as the judge's orders, we're still digesting that,'' he said. ``We don't like to make rash decisions.''
At the site of the occupation, protesters feared that the ruling will cause police to move in and try to remove them.
Joe, who declined to give his last name, said if provincial police come, he'll be ``ready.''
"The only way they're going to get me off this land is if they drag my dead body off,'' he said.
Marshall issued his order after holding several hearings to discover why his previous orders to remove aboriginal protesters have been, in his words, ``blatantly disregarded.''
"The court has been patient, but the court cannot turn a blind eye to blatant contempt of the court's lawful order,'' he said.
Six Nations protesters have occupied the Douglas Creek Estates housing development since the end of February, claiming it was wrongly taken from them by the Crown more than 200 years ago.
Marshall issued a court order in March to have the protesters removed by police and to have barricades lifted on nearby railway tracks.
Police did raid the occupied site on April 20, and lawyers for the Ministry of the Attorney General have argued that Marshall's orders have been carried out, noting police have laid 53 charges against 28 people.
Marshall took the unusual step of calling representatives from the federal government, the province, police and aboriginals into court to explain their actions.
FOR MORE ON THIS SUBJECT CLICK MY BLOG LINK
stay tuned ..
Monday, 7 August 2006
Dear Senator I hate To Bug You but......
Mood: don't ask
Now Playing: Here we go again on the backward push by Bush
Another day is upon us and I had to write my Congressmen again!
Now with no suprise to me, it is over the very same issue that the Supreme Court just recently reprimanded the White House Renegades that they couldn't do in the first place with: Hamdan v. Rumsfeld which struck down the President's unfair military tribunals at Guantanamo.Now these Sneaky DOGS OF WAR ...try pushing their --> --> "White House Tribunal Proposal" through. --> Well not if Joe Anybody is yelling as loud as he can to do something to prevent this ......heck here is my letter I sent my two Senators, I used the Human Rights website to get some of my information and then put it in my own mix of feelings and words to it all. Copy it or mix n match from the link here to the Human Rights Action Page But the deal' my fair readers is we need to stay on our congressmen to uphold the threads that are unraveling to the fabric that is "our heritage and our future" join with me and do all you can to save Human Rights and Promote Peace.
Please click the link to send your Senator a letter too!
I write you today with encouragement not to go back-wards with our Human Rights Policies. I write to encourage you not to support the recent Presidents proposal, which would deprive detainees of fundamental legal rights and go against the values in which our nation stands for. As you are aware, the recent Hamdan v. Rumsfeld ruling, in which the Supreme Court struck down the military commissions, established by the Bush administration in 2001, was a step in the right direction. We need to continue on that moral track and help turn our country back into a country that is respected in the world and at here at home. We need to abide by the law and respect the rights for all humans. These are Human beings we are talking about. The US should be acting civilized and proud of our moral standing, but I write today because I am worried.
The fact that the White House has recently responded by asking Congress to bless a system that is even worse than the one the Supreme Court rejected is a blatant continued push that is not my viewpoint of how the United States should behave. These administration's proposed rules would allow coerced confessions, withhold classified evidence from defendants, and deny defendants the right to be present at trial. This is unacceptable - and illegal. Moreover, the system would extend far beyond Guantanamo and apply to anyone - even people inside the United States - that the President labels an "unlawful enemy combatant."
Our country can step in the positive direction of Human Respect and show the world and me, that we are humane. For starters, use the widely respected courts-martial system to try war crimes suspects. In addition, by adopting the Uniform Code of Military Justice as the starting framework, we can carry out efficient prosecutions and meet this country's human rights obligations. We do not need to step back-wards in time. This is so important that you help our country in these very horrific trying circumstances. I would not need to bother you today but it seems the never-ending wave of disregard for civil and human rights never seizes and now another important issue rest again, on your shoulder. Please consider this a letter from a constituent that is asking you to consider that the Uniform Code of Military Justice as helping do just what it says it is, military justices. Most important my letter is urging you, to Resist White House Tribunal Proposal, which is taking us back-wards, and is wrong for our country.
Thanks for reading my letter
Good Luck and Thank you for your hard work representing my fellow Oregonians, and me,
Friday, 4 August 2006
The Clock Is Ticking Against Rumsfeld
Now Playing: Try Him On War Crime Charges
Sen Clinton says Rumsfeld Should Resign!
I say he should turn him self in as a
Cross your fingers Z3 Readers
Sen Clinton Article Here: http://apnews.myway.com/article/20060804/D8J9AOJO0.html
Thursday, 3 August 2006
How Hard Is It To Get On The Ballot?
Now Playing: Just Ask Ralph Nader!
This article illustrates, how rigged the duopoly and control of getting on the ballot really is. It mentions what I have and as well as many others have said and or have been screaming about. That the running for office of President, is so hard to do unless you are a part of the Two Party System. It is rigged to prevent and it continues to "skewer to protect" the mighty two party choice. If you call that being a choice!
With interest, I think to my self “duhhhhhh” when I was reading the first part of this article. Hell as an avid Ralph Nader supporter, I know this debacle all so very well. In addition, I lived through Oregon’s messy stinking red-tape bullshit as signatures were tossed out or analyzed to the point of no return, and insinuating accusations and comments were tossed around like as if the devil himself was trying to get on the ballot. Well actually truthfully, the Devil was on the Ballot and even “cheated his way to be the current president we have now”.
As I digress, these recounts of mine, of the Oregon election petition problems, and paying signature gatherers is an interesting topic, and rife with abuse and 'neglect of not allowing a true democratic process to exists" and affording the potential to allow abuse with out ethics and honor.
Actually this whole topic has been neglected and swept under the shadow of the “vote for the two party” spin... and has been keeping the “good men (and ladies) down” for so long that not many will understand, that this is a very controlled crooked system.
There needs to be a better answer on this because, what we are doing is not good enough, it needs to have some consistent order on a federal level. It should be not used as a tool to keep opponents of the duopoly from getting on the ballot. But as a tool to regulate and yet allow the freedom to run for president and the choices in multiple opponents. For we the voters should not be "out of reach" to the point we have “no choice”
Believe you me the difference between The Republican and The Democrat party …..is sadly enough not much difference and this article will shed a little light on this process to keep the mighty as always, ruling with laws that keep power in their hands as they steal and manipulate the way to challenge or contest any possible challenger.
Interesting too is that these little tweaks of the constitution that has been adjusted for their benefit and security, are like a sore or wound that will never heal. The first step to get the process rectified I think is “get the masses to realize we need a better (honest) way to get a third party on the ballot. We need to allow more choices. We need real Democracy not Duopoly”We need to do that in a real bad way! In all fairness it needs to be looked into now! Is the fact that people were paid to get a 3rd party on the ballot not right? Is it not right that a 3rd party can hardly even get on the ballot period, unless they are stinking rich or "a part of the good-olé boy plutocracy SYSTEM"
Smaller parties turn to paid signature gatherers to make ballot
RON TODT Associated Press PHILADELPHIA - http://www.timesleader.com/mld/timesleader/15190101.htm
The Green Party's apparently successful campaign to put candidates on the Pennsylvania ballot is the latest involving the use of paid signature gatherers, who have been the focus of regulation efforts in other states.Small parties like the Greens say Pennsylvania's onerous ballot requirements leave them no choice but to hire people to supplement their volunteer forces. Even if they get on the ballot, it leaves them little money to wage a general election campaign, they said."Unfortunately it's becoming more and more common," said Thom Marti, an Adams County farmer who is the party's petition coordinator. "Some of the states have such restrictive ballot access, it's really beyond the capability of a small party."In an average year, Marti said, the state party can get the 25,000 or so signatures it needs with volunteers alone. To get the 67,070 required this year, paid circulators for U.S. Senate candidate Carl Romanelli's campaign got $2 per valid signature. The party also recruited members and others to canvass "for more or less pocket money" to add to volunteer efforts, Marti said.States have tried to regulate the activity with varying degrees of success, but a total ban on paying petition circulators was struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1988.
In 2004, the Libertarian Party in Pennsylvania got almost half its signatures for statewide office from a paid campaign, but decided against it this year, in part because of the high signature requirement, said Chuck Moulton, the state party's vice chairman. The party will run statewide candidates only if a court overturns the high signature requirement, he said."There are a lot of states it's impossible to get on the ballot without the use of paid signature gatherers," Moulton said.
The Pennsylvania signature threshold is especially high this year because it is calculated based on the number of votes cast for the largest vote-getter in the last statewide election. This year's requirement is based on the record 3.4 million votes by which Bob Casey was elected state treasurer in 2004.Romanelli has acknowledged that probably more than half the roughly $100,000 spent to collect his signatures came from Republican donors, including some who also gave money to Sen. Rick Santorum.Casey, Santorum's Democratic opponent, could lose votes to the Green Party due to Romanelli's support for abortion rights. Casey's campaign accused Republicans of trying to steal the election."Ideally, signature gatherers should be volunteers," said state Democratic Party spokesman Abe Amoros. He cited Ralph Nader's 2004 presidential bid as an example of the problems that can come with paid signature-gatherers.Nader was thrown off the ballot in several states, including Pennsylvania, where a contractor promised $100 to $200 a day to petition circulators. Many homeless people took the jobs in Philadelphia, where dozens of duplicate signatures were found. A state judge called the petitions "rife with forgeries."JSM Inc., which was hired for Romanelli's effort, also worked on Nader's efforts in a number of states; a listed phone number for the firm could not be found.Many states that allow citizen initiatives, which Pennsylvania does not, have tried to regulate the practice of paying petition circulators.
Jennie Drage Bowser, of the National Conference of State Legislatures, said the concern is that, "if signature gatherers are motivated to gather more signatures because they'll earn more money, they might also be motivated to use dishonest tactics."One Arkansas initiative was tossed off the ballot because someone had gone though the phone book and signed names "in alphabetical order, right down the page," Bowser said.
In Oregon, evidence was submitted that circulators of various initiatives got together and had "signing parties," where they signed each other's petitions, she said.Michael Arno, the owner of a consulting firm that says it has collected signatures to qualify nearly 500 ballot initiatives in 20 states, said the Nader campaign managed its own drive and was unaware of the pitfalls. He said experienced firms can sniff out problems."We do find people that forge. We hand them over to the authorities to be prosecuted, and I wish they'd prosecute them more vigorously," Arno said. "Probably 99 percent of petition gatherers out there are decent, honorable people."State governments have tried to step in.Oregon bans paying initiative circulators by the signature, but courts have rejected similar regulations in other states.
Several states require circulators to disclose whether they are paid or volunteers.Arno called regulation efforts ineffective. Banning per-signature payments, for example, breeds sloppiness and padding of hours without reducing the number of problem signatures, he said."When I pay people by the signature, if they do something wrong I can unpay them by the signature," he said.
Wednesday, 2 August 2006
HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR LITTLE BABIES COOKED?
Now Playing: Do you prefer your USA-ISRAEL KILLED babies cooked or just melted?
LET ME BREAK DOWN
AND TELL ME Z3 READER
DO YOU SUPPORT THIS USA AGENDA
AND THIS SICK MILITARY PROCESS?
FOLKS WE HAVE LOST OUR COUNTRY AND OUR ETHICS/MORALS
THE DEVIL (neocons), SATAN HIMSELF IS NOW LEADING THE USA
SO LET ME ASK YOU
...DO YOU PREFER WE MELT THE BABIES OR SHOULD WE JUST SHOOT THEM OR EVEN BETTER WHY NOT USE PERCISION GUIDED SMART BOMBS AND JUST CALL THESE BABIES "WAR CASUALITIES" KILL THEM LIKE IN A VIDEO GAME .....OR DO YOU EVEN CARE?
THE UNITED STATES IS ALLOWING AND CONDONES ISRAEL MURDERRING INNOCENT PEOPLE - HEY YOU DONT CARE DO YOU?
THE USA INVADED IRAQ AND IS SHOOTING FAMILIES AND TORTURING PRISONEERS FOR 3 SOLID YEARS - HEY YOU DONT CARE DO YOU?
OR DO YOU PREFER TO HAVE THESE BABIES ALL PLAY WITH DEPLETED URANIUM THAT THE USA MILITARY LEFT ALL OVER IRAQ FOR THE NEXT 1000 YEARS - HEY YOU DONT CARE DO YOU?
I'M ASHAMED OF THIS COUNTRY
WE KILL BABIES
PLAIN AND SIMPLE
approved by the USA
"DEAD crispy BABIES TO-GO" ...do you care?
fuck no ~ or you would be doing something to STOP this!
CHILDREN OF WAR --> http://zebra3report.tripod.com/childrenofwar/
Hey, see my previous blog post on this topic:
Tuesday, 1 August 2006
Monday, 31 July 2006
US Killing School is Training Camp for Foreign Rebels
Now Playing: School of Americas - Fort Benning
Z3 readers let start by watching a short clip from the ACLU's website: Father Roy Bourgeois: Founder of "School of the America's Watch"; spied on for years by the FBI merely for organizing peaceful protests. This priest will confirm my feelings, he paints a grim ugly picture of this training camp.
And these two paragraphs below explains more of this school; I copied it from here--> http://www.soaw.org/new/newswire_detail.php?id=1144
The U.S. image in much of Latin America has taken quite a beating this year, with Venezuelan leftist leader Hugo Chavez and his counterpart in Bolivia, Evo Morales, engaging in a heated war of words with their neighbor to the north. But one particular U.S. institution already notorious throughout the continent is increasingly feeling itself under the gun.
Click on this info link here--> http://www.soaw.org/new/newswire_detail.php?id=1148
Now here is an interesting article on this subject about how in early June 2006 U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick had the nerve to speak publicly against “interventionism” in Latin America at a meeting of the Organization of American States in the Dominican Republic. Ironically, a few days later the U.S. Congress voted to continue supporting military intervention in Latin America by rejecting an amendment put forth by Rep. McGovern which would have excluded funding for the infamous School of the Americas (SOA) as part of the annual Foreign Operations Appropriations bill. Here is the full story --> http://www.soaw.org/new/newswire_detail.php?id=1148
A joe-anybody link is here --> http://www.joe-anybody.com/id27.html
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