Zebra 3 Report by Joe Anybody
Wednesday, 21 March 2007
Mood:  d'oh
Now Playing: Going On Our 5th Year Of, Bush's War On Iraq

I have been real busy with the Peace March and making videos with my new cam recorder

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Here is an article I copied from the website Blue Oregon:   http://www.blueoregon.com/2007/03/impeachment_the.html#more


Impeachment: the right thing to do.

T.A. Barnhart

I just don't get it.

If George W Bush got drunk in a bar, went out driving, and then hit and killed a family of four from Baltimore, he'd be impeached, convicted and thrown in prison in the blink of an eye. Even his staunchest supporters and the most hardened ideologues of the right would toss him out of office and into the arms of the prosecutor. Deliberate actions of that kind that kill people are be tolerated by no one.

And what was Bush's declaration of war but a reckless and deliberate act that has resulted in the deaths of over 3,000 Americans and tens of thousands of non-combatant Iraqis?

"Hey bartender, get me a glass and a bottle of Jack. I'm the damn King of the World, and I'm gonna celebrate my owndamnself like a real man! And then I'm gonna drive my motherhumping Humvee right up someone's sorry ass if they even think of getting in my way!"

This wasn't a matter of "Oops, I guess I had a bit more to drink than I thought." He meant to kill people. Lots of people. That's what happens when you start a war: You make decide to kill as many people as possible. You call them enemies to make it tolerable to the weak-willed and weak-minded who don't like to think about that part of war. And as Commander-in-Chief, another decision gets made: To kill your own troops. There's no getting around that one, either. The person who declares war decides that lots of people are going to die. Bush claimed he didn't want "unneccesary" deaths but death is indeed what he ordered when he sent American troops into Iraq.

"Kill someone? Hell, yea, now that ya mention it, I guess I could. Heh heh, too bad for them I guess. Heh heh. Woops! They wanna be safe, people ought to stay home and watch Fox News instead of driving around at night."

Bush sat down with the rest of his gang, Cheney, Rice, Rumsfeld and the other warmongers who cheerfully aligned themselves with his decision to kill people (including poor sorry Tony Blair). They did have one initial problem to overcome at first, and that was that they had nothing substantial on which to base the war. But by God (literally), they were going to start their war regardless of facts or need.

Continue reading "Impeachment: the right thing to do."

Posted by Joe Anybody at 11:37 AM PDT
Updated: Wednesday, 21 March 2007 11:41 AM PDT
Saturday, 17 March 2007
3 Denied Access To Public Servants Office
Mood:  sad
Now Playing: A sad day whe you see kind loving people go to jail - Watch my video


These men who were arrested ......inspire me! 


3 men got arrested at the WTO Center for .....

trespassing ..... they want the senator to "not fund the war"

But he wont...and he wont even see you if you show up ...Unless you have an appointment!

So now what ? ...throw peaceful people in jail?

Hell we kill innocent people in Iraq ...why not!!!!!

Check out my Google Video here --> http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2235463856419852730&hl=en

there are others like these three ......how many will it take ?

Here is my Indy media Post on this: http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2007/03/355758.shtml


See you in the streets


Posted by Joe Anybody at 2:15 AM PDT
Thursday, 15 March 2007
Homeless Protest and Joe Anybody is there
Mood:  energetic
Now Playing: Video taping and sharing can be done by any joe anybody

So there is this protest going on in Portland downtown that is pertaining to a new proposed law that would make it illegal to sit or lie on the sidewalk (downtown only) and if your blocking so much of a % of the "right of way". My videos are here on Portland INDY MEDIA http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2007/03/355710.shtml

Number 1    YouTube

Number 2     Google


I believe this is being organized by the PBA or something like that. Basically the downtown business don't want "homeless or loitering" in front of their business, so they are pushing behind this unconstitutional law. As one can hear in my crappy audio taping that was with the video portion, mentions that this law is to be implanted after a few measure are in place.....and I did say a "few" ....those being .....public restroom, benches (dozen) and day shelter available.

I read on a comment left on INDY MEDIA where a similar bill was passed and then was found unconstitutional.   Here is what that poster said:

courts uphold rights of homeless15.Mar.2007 16:28

Comment by: legalade

 link to www.ca9.uscourts.gov
Jones et al v Los Angeles (April 14, 2006)

"federal appeals court panel ruled on Friday that arresting homeless people for sleeping, sitting or lying on sidewalks and other public property when other shelter is not available was cruel and unusual punishment."
New York Times April 15

The federal appeals court in the article is the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and it includes under its jurisdiction Portland Oregon. It looks to me like the "sit/lie" ordinance is unconstituional on its face and could cost the city lots of money if someone were to be charged with the heinous crime of sitting or lying on the sidewalk, and then sued the city, citing the case above.

Just goes to show that the cops and tose who give them orders are not the least bit interested in justice or our safety. Rather, they are waging class warfare against the majority of people, and especially those of the lowest economic class, unable to defend themselves.
To read lots more on this
sit-lie ordinance
Click the link from Portland's own
 "mercury" newspaper

Posted by Joe Anybody at 11:39 PM PDT
Updated: Friday, 16 March 2007 1:18 AM PDT
Monday, 12 March 2007
I Posted My First YouTube Video That I Made
Mood:  celebratory
Now Playing: Iraq Body Count Flag Memorial Video I Made
Topic: WAR


I am sort of excited ....first time at uploading to the the big "You" !

I and my 14 year old son enjoyed helping with this project

Taking these videos and pictures was engaging and well worth the message that I hope I can help share

For more information on this project please visit the website of the ones behind this great idea http://iraqpeaceproject.org/index.htm

I am going to have a few more videos or pictures soon.

My hands are a little sore i probably did a few thousand or so flags.

I love the soldiers .... I love my country.... I love the Innocent Iraqi's Victims now at the mercy of this evil war. I want it all to stop. There is no reason for this madness. For every time I put a white flag in I felt like it represented a whole Family from Iraq. I feel the powerful message in all these flags ....it took all day for this to be installed.

My fellow Z3 readers, That is a lot of dead people for this stupid war.

Look at all those white and red flags..... all representing lost lives.

Contact your congress man now

Tell your Congressmen there is enough dead.....

tell them 6 x 1 white flag x 60 thousand is ENOUGH !

 ...... I love all-people and want Peace on Earth


....... End The War Now


Posted by Joe Anybody at 3:51 AM PST
Saturday, 10 March 2007
I am shocked!
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: FBI breaking the law? You are kidding me!

Click- Report: FBI's snooping did not follow rules

The FBI has continually misused the Patriot Act's surveillance powers by unlawfully snooping on Americans without court orders, audit finds.


Does America Have




 printed on their foreheads?



Posted by Joe Anybody at 4:21 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, 10 March 2007 4:34 PM PST
Worldwide Blogging and Prison
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: Blogger, Lack of Corporate Media and Prison Terms
Topic: MEDIA

So I read that an Egyptian blogger is looking at a 4 year sentence for expressing his opinion. Ha ... don't let the Gonzales/Bush thugs hear about this ..... they would love to apply the same oppression!

Obviously freedom of speech is somewhat still protected here in the US.

But it is under attack and being challenged constantly, post 911, here in the USA and around the world. Censorship for National Security reasons requires no explaination....."Do it, or go to prison for a long time" oh do as a under the umbrella of terrorism and it will be prison for life with no trial ....... amazing my friends isn't it?

Check this link from the Washington Post that explains a little more on Abdel Kareem Nabil the Egyptian free speech civil rights hero facing jail:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/02/27/AR2007022700065.html

I found that link here on this blog:  http://freedomforegyptians.blogspot.com/search/label/Freedom%20of%20expression

One more covering this censorship is here: http://www.globalvoicesonline.org/2007/02/25/free-kareem-egyptian-bloggers-speak-out/


{Quote from Washington Post} 

CAIRO, EGYPT-- Lawyers filed an appeal Monday on behalf of a blogger who was sentenced to four years in prison for insulting Islam and Egypt's president.


Abdel Kareem Nabil, a former law student at the Al-Azhar University in Cairo, used his blog to advocate secularism and criticize conservative Muslims 

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Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:30 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, 10 March 2007 1:20 PM PST
Tuesday, 6 March 2007
Paradigm Shifting
Mood:  caffeinated
Now Playing: the 60 & 70 shift happened - now 35 years latter it shifts again


A Paradigm Shift

Is when a significant change happens - usually from one fundamental view to a different view. In most cases, some type of major discontinuity occurs as well.

Thomas Kuhn wrote about Paradigm Shift during the early 1960s, and explained how "series of peaceful interludes punctuated by intellectually violent revolutions" caused "one conceptual world view to be replaced by another view."

In laymen terms, Paradigm Shift is a popular, or perhaps, not so popular shift or transformation of the way we Humans perceive events, people, environment, and life altogether. It can be a national or international shift, and could have dramatic effects -- whether positive or negative -- on the way we live our lives today and in the future.

Paradigm Shift: A Summary

In today's society, we've all witnessed a major shift already. When we look back upon "counterculture" (More information here: http://psychcentral.com/psypsych/Counterculture), we trace some of the origins to the definition of "Paradigm Shift."

During the counterculture era (1960s-1970s), younger generations opposed authority and were very much at odds with society's accepted belief systems and standards of living. In the counterculture movement (fueled by the Vietnam War), social conservatives were deemed "social repressionists."

The enlightening Paradigm Shift exploded into innovative ideas about religion, society and spirituality, notwithstanding traditional Western ideologies.

In today's society, we see a shift toward a more blinded-oppresionistic view; breed by censorship. The ironic juxtapositions between the Paradigm Shift of nearly half a century ago and society's youth today are chillingly revelational.

Youth's opposition to authority may not have always been in the best interest of humanity; however, it was the Paradigm shift that led to revolutional changes that improved racial tensions and relationships, opened communication lines to outside nations, and ended the Vietnam War.

The end result included varying degrees of negative and positive transformations that allowed people to open their hearts and minds to multicultural diversity; and promoted liberty and freedom -- on the flipside of the shift, there was increased promiscuity, higher divorce rates, higher drug use, and imposed socialistic views and applications of welfare systems.

Today's Paradigm Shift

In lieu of recent times; however, a Paradigm Shift has been evolving. Have you been paying attention? Youth -- today, is seemingly under the hypnotic spell of invisible censorship. What is "invisible censorship?" Local news stations often report half-truths, or biased news reports in relation to national and international events; including: environmental, global, and political reports. Many traditional educational systems are imposing personal political views upon students; and incorporate these beliefs and attitudes into instructional plans. Other invisible censorship, is the fact that many events are brushed under the rug and are not given adequate media coverage as opposed to propaganda-style news.

So, in essence, what does this Paradigm Shift translate to with regard to human life and environmental habits? What could be the possible outcome of such dynamic and interventional metamorphosis?

copied by Joe Anybody from:


Paradigm Shift: A Summary
By C. Bailey-Lloyd {2005}

Kuhn used the duck-rabbit optical illusion to demonstrate the way in which a paradigm shift could cause one to see the same information in an entirely different way.

Kuhn used the duck-rabbit optical illusion to demonstrate the way in which a paradigm shift could cause one to see the same information in an entirely different way.

Wikipedia Link For

Paradigm Shift


Posted by Joe Anybody at 10:44 AM PST
Updated: Tuesday, 6 March 2007 10:57 AM PST
Sunday, 4 March 2007
Liberty and Justice For All
Mood:  lyrical
Now Playing: April 5 2007 - mark your calender


This is a program that is affiliated with the work shop I am going to twice a week on Immigration and Refugee Rights. The event is happening on April 5 and it is a nation wide event. I have posted the link just to get the word out, yet I have not even read the info yet. Their principles are laid out here:




Last Friday I received this pamphlet that pointed out this website.  So this is all new fresh information. My fellow Z3 readers,  I do find the topics and principles very interesting and wanted to share this with you all.






For All

More on Port Indy Media


Posted by Joe Anybody at 5:27 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, 10 March 2007 5:06 PM PST
Ghost Prisoner
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: This is not my America - Read this and you will agree




The 50-page report, “Ghost Prisoner: Two Years in Secret CIA Detention,” contains a detailed description of a secret CIA prison from a Palestinian former detainee who was released from custody last year. Human Rights Watch has also sent a public letter to US President George W. Bush requesting information about the fate and whereabouts of the missing detainees.  
“President Bush told us that the last 14 CIA prisoners were sent to Guantanamo, but there are many other prisoners ‘disappeared’ by the CIA whose fate is still unknown,” said Joanne Mariner, terrorism and counterterrorism director at Human Rights Watch. “The question is: what happened to these people and where are they now?”  
In early September, 14 detainees were transferred from secret CIA prisons to military custody at Guantanamo Bay. In a televised speech on September 6, President Bush announced that with those 14 transfers, no prisoners were left in CIA custody.  
The former CIA detainee, Marwan Jabour, told Human Rights Watch about a number of other people who were in CIA detention but whose present whereabouts are unknown. Jabour saw one of these men, Algerian terrorism suspect Yassir al-Jazeeri, as recently as July 2006 in CIA custody.  
“The Bush administration needs to provide a full accounting of everyone who was ‘disappeared’ into CIA prisons, including their names, locations, and when they left US custody,” Mariner said.  
Human Rights Watch’s
letter to Bush contained two lists of missing detainees. The first list names 16 people whom Human Rights Watch believes were held in CIA prisons and whose current whereabouts are unknown. The second list names 22 people who may have been held in CIA prisons and whose current whereabouts are unknown.  
Human Rights Watch expressed concern about what may have happened to the missing prisoners. One possibility is that the US may have transferred some of them to foreign prisons where they remain under the CIA’s effective control.  
Another worrying possibility is that prisoners were transferred from CIA custody to places where they may face torture. A serious concern is that some of the missing prisoners might have been returned to their countries of origin, which include Algeria, Egypt, Libya and Syria, where the torture of terrorism suspects is common.  
The new report provides the most comprehensive account to date of life in a secret CIA prison, as well as new information regarding 38 possible detainees. The report explains that these prisoners’ treatment by the CIA constitutes enforced disappearance, a practice that is absolutely prohibited under international law.  
Marwan Jabour was arrested by Pakistani authorities in May 2004 in Pakistan and held for more than a month at a secret facility in Islamabad operated by both US and Pakistani personnel, during which time he was badly abused. In June, he was flown to another secret prison, which he believes was in Afghanistan, where all or nearly all of the personnel were American.  
His clothes were taken from him when he arrived, and he was left completely naked for a month and a half, including during questioning by women interrogators and filming. He was chained tightly to the wall of his small cell so that he could not stand up, placed in painful stress positions so that he had difficulty breathing, and told that if he did not cooperate he would be put in a suffocating “dog box.”  
During the more than two years that he was held in this secret prison, Jabour spent nearly all of his time alone in a windowless cell, with little human contact besides his captors. Although he worried incessantly about his wife and three young daughters, he was not allowed even to send them a letter to reassure them that he was alive.  
“It was a grave,” Jabour later told Human Rights Watch. “I felt like my life was over.”  
The wife of another former CIA detainee whose whereabouts remain unknown told Human Rights Watch that she has had to lie to her four children about her husband’s “disappearance.” She explained that she could not bear telling them that she did not know where he was.  
“What I’m hoping,” she said, “is if they find out their father has been detained, that I’ll at least be able to tell them what country he’s being held in, and in what conditions.”  
Enforced disappearance involves arbitrary, secret and incommunicado detention, and poses a serious risk to the right to life and to protection from torture and other mistreatment. As these cases make clear, enforced disappearance also inflicts severe mental pain and suffering on the “disappeared” person’s family.  
Human Rights Watch expressed grave concern about President Bush’s stated view that the Military Commissions Act of 2006 permits the government to restart the CIA’s secret prison program. Human Rights Watch called upon the Bush administration to reject the use of secret detention and coercive interrogation as tactics in fighting terrorism, and announce that the CIA’s detention and interrogation program has been permanently discontinued.  
“The CIA program – and the civilian leaders who created it – have inflicted tremendous harm on the reputation, moral standing, and integrity of the United States,” Mariner said. “It’s time for President Bush to repudiate this program, and to take steps to repair the damage it has done.”

Posted by Joe Anybody at 2:08 AM PST
Saturday, 3 March 2007
Restore Habeas Corpus
Mood:  loud
Now Playing: Support Senator Dodds New Bill & Restore The Constitution

From Senator Dodds Website:


Last Tuesday, Senator Dodd re-introduced the Restoring the Constitution Act of 2007. The bill will restore Habeas Corpus protections to detainees, bar information acquired through torture from being introduced as evidence in trials, and limit presidential authority to interpret the meaning and application of the Geneva Conventions.

Become A Citizen Co-Sponsor:

Please take a moment to watch the video and read the text of the Restoring the Constitution Act of 2007, sign on as a citizen co-sponsor, and forward the bill to your personal networks. While you and I are acutely aware of the damage President Bush has done to our country's national reputation, too many of our family, friends and neighbors have no idea how far this Administration has gone.

Sign On To

Co-Sponsor The Bill Here:


Watch the You Tube video of Senator Dodd explaining the

 Restoring the Constitution Act of 2007

Consider filming your own short clip discussing why this bill is important to you.


Posted by Joe Anybody at 8:33 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, 3 March 2007 8:50 PM PST

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