Wednesday, 29 February 2012


Hip Hop has been transmuted into a mash of cartoonish, shock rock , "JACKASS",  and pseudo film noir, videos with techno crunkster music. I'm still trying to figure out how Grand Master Flash's genre evelvoved into Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All's. I must admit the videos are entertaining as well as disturbing.

"The flow and the production are purely aesthetic, as the lyrics provide nothing of substance."            

"There's nothing new under the sun"
 -Ecclesiastes 1:9


How do you get from THE MESSAGE...

       TECHNO POP?
Thank God there is still this MESSAGE.

Tuesday, 28 February 2012


A statue of Columbia, an eagle and a snake.
Truth by eye of Horus told.
Serpents rise on steel and gold.
Jakin falls, Boaz crumbles.
The dove's still, gagged she mumbles.
Suspect all, let eagles hack.
Corpus lies in death's black sack.

Sunday, 26 February 2012


The US and their allies do not want the Russian and Iranian naval bases in the Mediterranean.

Zbigniew Brzezinski - US  foreign policy advisor
"It is imperative that no Eurasian challenger emerges capable of dominating Eurasia and thus of also challenging America." 

The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And It's Geostrategic Imperatives (p. xiv)

Iran to Build Permanent Naval Base in Syria

Just two days after two Iranian warships reached the Syrian port of Latakia via the Suez Canal, Friday, Feb. 25, an Iranian-Syrian naval cooperation accord was signed providing for Iran to build its first Mediterranean naval base at the Syrian port, debkafile's military and Iranian sources reveal.
The base will include a large Iranian Revolutionary Guards weapons depot stocked with hardware chosen by the IRGC subject to prior notification to Damascus. Latakia harbor will be deepened, widened and provided with new "coastal installations" to accommodate the large warships and submarines destined to use these facilities.

Virtual Jerusalem (03-02-2011)

"Anti-war activists are still fixated on Iran, but not Brzezinski - his target is China, TWENTY times bigger than Iran, with ICBMs ready to launch, followed by Russia, the world's biggest nuclear power. Such confused activists need to focus on stopping the next war - the final global showdown with Pakistan, China, and Russia." 
-Webster Tarpley, 03-21-08

Don't forget abut China's invisible submarines.

Russia, China and Iran are considering a Joint Missile Shield directed against the US and NATO 

Next Stop is Pakistan

More Sabre Rattling Between Nations

links :
Full speech by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at UN General   Assembly 2011
Speech of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the UN General Assembly
US Military Base in South Korea Threatens China: The Threat of Warships on an "Island of World Peace"
Russia, China veto UN resolution on Syria
Russia Blasts NATO For Ignoring, Undermining United Nations 
Russian Envoy: U.S.-NATO Build Proxy Armies In Afghanistan And Libya, Establish Permanent Presence

Zbigniew Brzezinski on Sen. Clinton (2008)

The aging revanchist showed all the misogynism of his Szachta origins with a scurrilous attack on Sen. Clinton as a mere housewife, a Mamie Eisenhower running against charismatic a JFK played by Zbig's own Manchurian candidate, and as a woman whose foreign policy experience was worth as much as that of Zbig's own travel agent.
-Webster Tarpley, 03-21-08

See entire clip on MSNBC,COM

Saturday, 25 February 2012


...the more it's the same thing. 
(q:plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose), an aphorism by Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr.

"Thus cursed steel, and more accursed gold, 
Gave mischief birth, and made that mischief bold: 
And double death did wretched Man invade, 
By steel assaulted, and by gold betray'd,

Now (brandish'd weapons glittering in their hands)
Mankind is broken loose from moral bands;" 

The Iron Age, Metamorphoses by Ovid - 8 CE

Chomsky explains who U.S. leaders work for and what they have done.

Before U.S. officials dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, they fire bombed Japanese cities. But what few people know is that AFTER the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, U.S. officials carried out even more fire bombing of several Japanese cities.

Incredibly, there was a "1000-plane raid five days after Nagasaki on what remained of major Japanese cities, a triumph of military management skills designed to be "as big a finale as possible," the official Air Force history relates; even Stormin' Norman would have been impressed. Thousands of civilians were killed, while amidst the bombs, leaflets fluttered down proclaiming: "Your Government has surrendered. The war is over." General Spaatz wanted to use the third atom bomb on Tokyo for this grand finale, but concluded that further devastation of the "battered city" would not make the intended point. Tokyo had been removed from the first list of targets for the same reason: it was "practically rubble," analysts determined, so that the power of the bomb would not be adequately revealed. The final 1000-plane raid was therefore dispersed to seven targets, the Air Force history adds." p 238 Year 501 Noam Chomsky

NOAM CHOMSKY: Strategic reasons. I mean, economic and strategic, which are impossible to distinguish. But since the Second World War, I'll quote the State Department, the Middle East oil producing regions have been regarded, I'll quote the words, "a stupendous source of strategic power." George Kennan, State Department, head of the planning section said control, not access, control over the Middle East oil gives us "veto power" over what our rivals might do, other industrial powers. You control the spigot, have your hand on the spigot, you have a lot of world control. It's not even access to oil. The first, roughly, 30 years after the Second World War, the U.S. was - North America was the major oil producer. It wasn't using Middle East oil, never the less we had to keep an iron hand of control on Middle East oil and if the U.S. were to go to solar energy, they'd still want to control Middle East oil because that's a lever of world control. Everyone understands it but we're not allowed to think about it.

Book Details Bush/Big Oil Negotiations With Taliban Before WTC

"At one moment during the negotiations, the U.S. representatives told the Taliban, 'either you accept our offer of a carpet of gold, or we bury you under a carpet of bombs,'"
[This threat was made in August 2001 when negotiations for oil pipeline rights in Afghanistan  collapsed] 

Jean Charles Brisard: co-author BIN LADEN: THE FORBIDDEN TRUTH 

Gulf War III Is Not an Option

We’ve heard this quickening drumbeat before. Last time, it led to the tragic invasion and occupation of Iraq. This time, if we let the drummers provoke us into war with Iran, the consequences will likely be far worse.

Rat-ta-tat-tat. Weapons of mass destruction. Boom-shakka-boom. A madman in charge. Thump-thump-thump. Mushroom clouds.

Tune out the anxiety-inducing percussion and think for a minute. Yes, there are good reasons to be concerned about the Iranian nuclear program. But it doesn’t follow that launching a military attack — or providing support for an attack by Israel— would necessarily be effective, let alone wise. The evidence suggests it would be neither.

Obviously, Iranian officials are lying when they say that their nuclear program is entirely for peaceful purposes. But it is clear that Iran does not yet have the ability to build a nuclear weapon — and unclear whether the Iranian government, if and when it does achieve that capability, will take that final provocative step.

Covert operations believed to have been carried out by Israeli intelligence agents, perhaps with U.S. assistance — a diabolically clever computer virus that crippled many of Iran’s enrichment centrifuges, along with the targeted assassinations of key Iranian scientists — have significantly slowed Iran’s progress toward being able to make a bomb. It is reasonable to assume that such actions, and their effectiveness, will continue.

Read Eugene Robinson's entire column at the Washington Post.

New Tools In The Box - BURDMMXII (Feb. 21. 2012)

The World's Spookiest Weapons

Cyborg animals, psychotropics and flying lasers are just some of the terrifying weapons government labs have cooked up over the years
Atom bombs are just the beginning. In the last half-century, the greatest military minds on Earth have developed an arsenal of weapons to make mutually assured destruction seem tame.
Terrifying Weapons Mushroom cloud from the 1970 French Polynesian Licorne test.
Whether these masterpieces of destruction come from miles above Earth or millimeters below the skin, they have one thing in common: they're spooky as hell.
Can turning animals into cyborgs ever end well? Should lasers really be strapped to planes? Is dispersing humans with the worst smell ever created a better alternative to doing it by burning their skin? You be the judge. Launch our gallery of the world's spookiest weapons—some decades away and others already implemented—and marvel over what humans can create when they work apart.

Friday, 24 February 2012

McLaboratory Burgers

‎"We don't need to kill animals anymore"' LMAO - As if they are going to release cows and pigs into the wilderness (that's been paved over). Meat: real for the elite and Mclab for the street.

Thursday, 23 February 2012


Chinese Submarines Use Nanotube Technology for Stealth

Speakers made from carbon nanotube sheets that are a fraction of the width of a human hair can both generate sound and cancel out noise -- properties ideal for submarine sonar to probe the ocean depths and make subs invisible to enemies. That's the topic of a report on these "nanotube speakers," which appears in the American Chemical Society's, Nano Letters, a monthly journal.

ScienceDaily (July 14, 2010)

The uninvited guest: Chinese sub pops up in middle of U.S. Navy exercise, leaving military chiefs red-faced

When the U.S. Navy deploys a battle fleet on exercises, it takes the security of its aircraft carriers very seriously indeed.

At least a dozen warships provide a physical guard while the technical wizardry of the world's only military superpower offers an invisible shield to detect and deter any intruders.

That is the theory. Or, rather, was the theory.

Song Class submarine
Uninvited guest: A Chinese Song Class submarine, like the one that sufaced by the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk

American military chiefs have been left dumbstruck by an undetected Chinese submarine popping up at the heart of a recent Pacific exercise and close to the vast U.S.S. Kitty Hawk - a 1,000ft supercarrier with 4,500 personnel on board.

By the time it surfaced the 160ft Song Class diesel-electric attack submarine is understood to have sailed within viable range for launching torpedoes or missiles at the carrier.

The Daily Mail (Nov. 10, 2010)

Wednesday, 22 February 2012


-Nicola Tesla

Biodigital Technology seems bizarre. Telpathy, telekinesis, remote controlled animals, brain cells fused with computer chips, computer-brain interfaces, harvesting electricity from living organisms, enhanced and augmented senses. Are we becoming the machines we build, are they becoming us or both? Keep in mind that, regarding technology, master/slave is a model of communication where one device or process has unidirectional control over one or more other devices.

Pinky and the Brain don't stand a chance.

It's about control. Who is the master of technology and who is the slave. I envy the monkey and feel sorry for the rat. Think of a future where transhumanity is linked through a global thought network and a systems administrator has access to your thoughts and nervous system. We may be the Borg, very creepy.

Tuesday, 21 February 2012


Single atom transistors, twelve atom data storage, swarms of nanobots,  robot infantry, avatars, and biodigital technologies are very real. They are great tools but, unfortunately, will be used for warfare. The thought of selfserving hands controlling and giving autonomy to virtually invisible machines, machines with superhuman powers, and sentient beings is disturbing. I can't begin to imagine the technology that is being kept secret.


European researchers developing tiny autonomous robots that can co-operate to perform different tasks, much like termites, ants or bees forage collaboratively for food, build nests and work together for the greater good of the colony.

Several of the researchers have since gone on to work on creating swarms of robots that are able to reconfigure themselves and assemble autonomously into larger robots in order to perform different tasks.
SCIENCE DAILY (Oct. 21, 2008)

First Self-Powered Device With Wireless Data Transmission

These robots, miniaturized and self powered, will be liquid machines able to transform shape. Think of these robots as intelligent 3-d pixels able to exist independently or join together.



According the agency (DARPA), “the Avatar program will develop interfaces and algorithms to enable a soldier to effectively partner with a semi-autonomous bi-pedal machine and allow it to act as the soldier’s surrogate.”
These robots should be smart and agile enough to do the dirty work of war, Darpa notes. That includes the “room clearing, sentry control [and] combat casualty recovery.” And all at the bidding of their human partner.

WIRED (Feb 16. 2012)



A startup has created "a wireless router for the brain" that allows researchers to control brain cells in mice and other small lab animals. The device lets scientists easily turn brain cells on and off in living mice that are wearing the router. Researchers watch how the mice respond to find which brain cells are connected with different behaviors.


Currently being developed by DARPA researchers at Washington-based Innovega iOptiks are contact lenses that enhance normal vision by allowing a wearer to view virtual and augmented reality images without the need for bulky apparatus.

Sunday, 19 February 2012


However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light."  - Stanley Kubrick

Saturday, 18 February 2012


In an interview with the Associated Press Wednesday, Minaj discussed why she wore the shocking outfit, showed up with an actor dressed like a pope, and orchestrated a performance of her songs "Roman's Revenge" and "Roman Holiday" that mocked an exorcism, featured dancing monks, involved a levitation, and depicted altar boys kneeling in front of scantily-clad women. The character Roman Zolanksi is one of Minaj's alter egos.
 "You know how people write plays and movies? That's what I did," Minaj told the Associated Press. "I wrote that and I gave the world a tiny little preview of what was to come. And so I have to perform it on the set in which it would be in the movie, right?" she said, dismissing her critics.
Niki Minaj [photo:Kevin Winter/Getty Images]
She added, "I don't know what is the big issue?" 

What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done again;
there is nothing new under the sun.

Niki Minaj's 2012 Grammy performance was a page right out of the book of  MDNA. Madonna's "Like A Prayer" is a precursor to this type of performance by artists such as Lady Gaga.

In Madonna's video she witnesses a murder, runs into a church in a brown slip, kisses a statue of a saint, makes love with a black man on a church pew, dances in front of burning crosses, sings with a church choir, and shows bleeding stigmata on both palms as though she had survived a crucifixion. Only Madonna could pull this video off -- it is stormy, mysterious, tragic, violent, dark, and exciting.

....By this point in her career, Madonna realized that the more scandalous the project, the more successful it would be. She was clearly begging for either the KKK or the "moral majority" to kick up a fuss.

It's a shame that, now more than ever, this "shock rock" mentality overshadows great artists with sincere messages.

Friday, 17 February 2012


If one terrestrial passing of the seasons gave us licence to speak a name of g-d, she could say all but one. Perhaps, as water ultimately met earth taking fire and air from life's blood, she heard the name crescendo. 
Beginninas a whisper by her nontemporal perfected self eternally singing YHWH.

This story is dedicated to Ester Webster.
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