Sep 012010

The Discovery Channel MUST broadcast to the world their commitment to save the planet and to do the following IMMEDIATELY:

1. The Discovery Channel and it’s affiliate channels MUST have daily television programs at prime time slots based on Daniel Quinn’s “My Ishmael” pages 207-212 where solutions to save the planet would be done in the same way as the Industrial Revolution was done, by people building on each other’s inventive ideas. Focus must be given on how people can live WITHOUT giving birth to more filthy human children since those new additions continue pollution and are pollution. A game show format contest would be in order. Perhaps also forums of leading scientists who understand and agree with the Malthus-Darwin science and the problem of human overpopulation. Do both. Do all until something WORKS and the natural world starts improving and human civilization building STOPS and is reversed! MAKE IT INTERESTING SO PEOPLE WATCH AND APPLY SOLUTIONS!!!!

2. All programs on Discovery Health-TLC must stop encouraging the birth of any more parasitic human infants and the false heroics behind those actions. In those programs’ places, programs encouraging human sterilization and infertility must be pushed. All former pro-birth programs must now push in the direction of stopping human birth, not encouraging it.

3. All programs promoting War and the technology behind those must cease. There is no sense in advertising weapons of mass-destruction anymore. Instead, talk about ways to disassemble civilization and concentrate the message in finding SOLUTIONS to solving global military mechanized conflict. Again, solutions solutions instead of just repeating the same old wars with newer weapons. Also, keep out the fraudulent peace movements. They are liars and fakes and had no real intention of ending the wars. ALL OF THEM ARE FAKE! On one hand, they claim they want the wars to end, on the other, they are demanding the human population increase. World War II had 2 Billion humans and after that war, the people decided that tripling the population would assure peace. WTF??? STUPIDITY! MORE HUMANS

4. Civilization must be exposed for the filth it is. That, and all its disgusting religious-cultural roots and greed. Broadcast this message until the pollution in the planet is reversed and the human population goes down! This is your obligation.

NBC News has confirmed that the alleged gunman who has invaded the Discovery Building in Silver Spring, Md., is James Jay Lee, a man with a history of environmental extremism targeting the Discovery Channel. As his website read in 2008, Lee endorsed the views of Turner Tomorrow Fellowship Award-winning author Daniel Quinn. Quinn’s 1998 novel, “My Ishmael,” inspired controversy over its claims about population growth and global food supply — claims endorsed by Lee.

1. The Discovery Channel and it’s affiliate channels MUST have daily television programs at prime time slots based on Daniel Quinn’s “My Ishmael” pages 207-212 where solutions to save the planet would be done in the same way as the Industrial Revolution was done, by people building on each other’s inventive ideas. Focus must be given on how people can live WITHOUT giving birth to more filthy human children since those new additions continue pollution and are pollution. A game show format contest would be in order. Perhaps also forums of leading scientists who understand and agree with the Malthus-Darwin science and the problem of human overpopulation. Do both. Do all until something WORKS and the natural world starts improving and human civilization building STOPS and is reversed! MAKE IT INTERESTING SO PEOPLE WATCH AND APPLY SOLUTIONS!!!!

This afternoon, a man carrying a gun and what appeared to be two tanks strapped to his back walked into Discovery Channel’s headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, fired off a couple rounds and took a hostage. Little is known about the man thus far. Except that his name is James Lee, an Asian man with a years-long vendetta against the cable network who may live just up the road from us.

In 2008, Lee was arrested for disorderly conduct by Montgomery County police after a lengthy protest outside of the company’s headquarters. Lee was upset by what he saw as a pro-capitalist, anti-environmental agenda in Discovery’s shows.

Lee spent thousands of dollars in local newspapers advertising the protest. He also hired homeless people to stand next to him to make it appear as if he had a larger group of demonstrators and threw money into the air while saying “money is nothing, money is trash.”

Lee’s extended Manifesto JUST Must read his insanity

5. Immigration: Programs must be developed to find solutions to stopping ALL immigration pollution and the anchor baby filth that follows that. Find solutions to stopping it. Call for people in the world to develop solutions to stop it completely and permanently. Find solutions FOR these countries so they stop sending their breeding populations to the US and the world to seek jobs and therefore breed more unwanted pollution babies. FIND SOLUTIONS FOR THEM TO STOP THEIR HUMAN GROWTH AND THE EXPORTATION OF THAT DISGUSTING FILTH! (The first world is feeding the population growth of the Third World and those human families are going to where the food is! They must stop procreating new humans looking for nonexistant jobs!)

8. Saving the Planet means saving what’s left of the non-human Wildlife by decreasing the Human population. That means stopping the human race from breeding any more disgusting human babies! You’re the media, you can reach enough people. It’s your resposibility because you reach so many minds!!!


UPDATE: I looked at Twitter-nothing. There are a few hits on FB & I found this video on YouTube:


From: savetheplanetprotest | March 12, 2008 | 970 views

* I have done some digging friends.

A California man leading a demonstration outside the Silver Spring headquarters of Discovery Communications was arrested for disorderly conduct Thursday after several hours of throwing money into the air to gather a crowd. James Jay Lee, 40, of San Diego was also charged with littering for throwing what police said were thousands of dollars worth of bills at a crowd that grew after Lee began paying people to participate.

His website is overloaded

Silver Spring, Maryland, January 31, 2008 - Taking an unusual stance, the protest organizers are calling to public attention how the Discovery Channel fails to create a real sense of urgency around the crisis our planet is undergoing. James Lee, founder for the group, is asking all interested supporters to meet him in front of the Discovery Channel building for a civil protest. The Protest will be from 9am-9pm, February 15 to February 23, 2008 in Silver Spring, MD at the corner of Georgia and Wayne Ave in front of the corporate headquarters.

Contact: Lee
Phone: 760.612.4309

Sep 012010

~”One of the things that we are taught is never to say somebody will go to hell or somebody will go to heaven. It is up to God to decide.”

– Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, when asked if suicide bombers go to Heaven, on Barbara Walters’ 2006 TV Special on Heaven.

* From the Editor of FSM

Defenders of controversial imam Feisal Abdul Rauf have been touting his past efforts in offering counterterrorism advice to the FBI as a way to illustrate his bridge-building intentions. Much like other reports, they tend to gloss over the more controversial aspects of Rauf’s statements. But, as is typical with the Ground Zero mosque imam, it can be demonstrated that he is frequently speaking with a forked tongue.

There is no doubt that Rauf has made some questionable and incendiary comments regarding America and her role in the Muslim world. Perhaps these statements fit the imam’s overall rhetoric involving U.S. complicity in the attacks of 9/11. As does the following statement to the FBI, which is conveniently omitted from media reports defending Rauf.

Bridge-building imam Feisal Abdul Rauf was giving a crash course in Islam for FBI agents in March of 2003. When asked to clarify such terminology as ‘jihad’ and ‘fatwa’, Rauf stated (emphasis mine throughout):

“Jihad can mean holy war to extremists, but it means struggle to the average Muslim. Fatwah has been interpreted to mean a religious mandate approving violence, but is merely a recommendation by a religious leader. Rauf noted that the U.S. response to the Sept. 11 attacks could be considered a jihad, and pointed out that a renowned Islamic scholar had issued a fatwah advising Muslims in the U.S. military it was okay to fight the Taliban in Afghanistan.”

Well, wait a minute.

Which version of the word jihad is he referring to when he speaks of the U.S. response itself? Is it the struggle he speaks of for the average Muslim, or is it the holy war?

Getting very little run in the media is an analysis of Rauf’s FBI days in the New York Post. Contained within Paul Sperry’s column is a question of whether Rauf actually knows the definition of jihad, or if he simply presents things ambiguously to make things more difficult on the agents he is trying to teach. While Rauf passes jihad off as nothing more than a struggle, Koranic scholar Abdullah Yusuf Ali disagrees, insisting that jihad ‘means advancing Islam, including by physically fighting Islam’s enemies.’

Sperry then questions, ‘If he (Rauf) believes jihad is really just an internal struggle, then why does he refuse to condemn Hamas? (Why, for that matter, did he in late 2001 suggest that “US policies were an accessory to the crime” of 9/11?).’

And speaking of the fatwa advising Muslims in the U.S. military that it was okay to fight the Taliban …

The renowned Islamic scholar that Rauf is referring to is Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi. In a New York Times article one month after 9/11, Rauf was quoted as saying:

“This fatwa is very significant. Yusuf Qaradawi is probably the most well-known legal authority in the whole Muslim world today.”

Question is, was that hollow fatwa (a hotwa as it were) more significant than Qaradawi’s proclamation on Al Jazeera two weeks earlier? Qaradawi stated:

“A Muslim is forbidden from entering into an alliance with a non-Muslim against another Muslim.” He called on Muslims to “fight the American military if we can, and if we cannot, we should fight the U.S. economically and politically.”

Qaradawi elaborated on that non-fatwa fatwa in 2004 when he said of American troops:

“…all of the Americans in Iraq are combatants, there is no difference between civilians and soldiers, and one should fight them, since the American civilians came to Iraq in order to serve the occupation. The abduction and killing of Americans in Iraq is a [religious] obligation so as to cause them to leave Iraq immediately. The mutilation of corpses [however] is forbidden in Islam.”

Abduction and killing is an obligation, but he draws the line at corpse mutilation. Very classy.

Perhaps the media should not be relying so heavily on the imam’s efforts within the FBI anyway. Lest we forget, the FBI doesn’t exactly have a great track record in spotting red flags being raised by a radical imam. Families of the victims at Fort Hood can attest to that. In their defense, the FBI was constantly compromised by over-sensitivity training when it came to Muslims. But when Nidal Hasan was chatting it up with Anwar al-Awlaki, they suspected it was nothing more than a simple case of psychiatric research.

Is all this nothing more than parsing the double talk of a ‘moderate’ imam, or is it something more alarming?

By Rusty Weiss Newsbusters

Rusty can be contacted through his website

Audio: Ground Zero Imam: Al Qaeda and US Like Quarreling Married Couple; Imam Like Marriage Counselor

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The imam leading plans for an Islamic center near the site of the Sept. 11 attacks in New York said the fight is over more than “a piece of real estate” and could shape the future of Muslim relations in America.

The dispute “has expanded beyond a piece of real estate and expanded to Islam in America and what it means for America,” Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf told a group Tuesday that included professors and policy researchers in Dubai.

It was his last scheduled public appearance during a 15-day State Department-funded trip to the Gulf that was intended to promote religious tolerance.

The State Department said that Rauf was returning early to the United States on Wednesday.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said an investigation would set “a terrible precedent.”

“You don’t want them investigating donations to religious organizations and there’s no reason for the government to do so,” he said.

He also played down the fact that the developers of the building where the center would be established owe over $200,000 in back taxes on the property. “They’re going to be treated like everybody else,” he said. “We enforce the law against everybody, or we protect everybody. And if they owe money, they should pay it. and if they don’t, they don’t.”

The developers have said they are negotiating with the city to pay back the taxes.

Sep 012010

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Sep 012010

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Sep 012010

The “NEW” War That Could Rocket Oil Past $220 Before 2011

This blood-soaked war has broiled in the Middle East for over 13 centuries.

And now, Iran seeks the Bomb to protect itself in this grisly war of ages.

And yet NOBODY in the Pentagon will talk openly about it.

And NO ONE in the White House knows what to do…

There’s ONE WAY to prepare and protect your family, and I’ll show you how right now in this urgent video presentation…

Sep 012010

Mon Sep 6 Check your local listing for time

Unique insights and personal reflections from Rudy Giuliani, the world famous mayor, recall the day America suffered the worst terrorist attack in its history. In Giulianis 9/11, archive footage and high-end graphics support compelling interview material in presenting a behind-the-scenes look at the shocking events that were to permanently leave their mark on New York. The citys response to 9/11 is vividly brought to life by the man who led it during that tragic day. Rudy Giuliani discusses his views on leadership and reveals the thought processes that lay behind the decisions he made following the terrorist attacks.

~More videos


In 2001, the World Trade Center complex was the jewel in the Lower Manhattan skyline. The Twin Towers boasted 110 stories and rose 1,350 feet. But by 10:28 am on September 11, everything changed. Follow Rudy Giuliani’s steps on that fateful day.

8:46am American Airlines Flight 11 hits the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

8:46am to 9:03am Giuliani is eating breakfast at the Peninsula Hotel when he is told that there is a large fire in the North Tower of the World Trade Center. He leaves for Ground Zero and attempts to call the Governor’s office but does not have cell reception.

9:03am Hijacked United Airlines flight 175 hits the South Tower of the World Trade Center.

9:03am to 9:37am In Greenwich Village, Giuliani learns about the second attack. He arrives at the World Trade Center and realizes that the Office of Emergency Management, housed within No. 7 World Trade Center is inaccessible. The New York Fire Department sets up a command post on the West Side Highway and the New York Police Department sets up a command post at 75 Barclay Street.

9:37am American Airlines Flight 77 hits the west wall of the Pentagon.

9:37am to 9:59 am Giuliani comdeers the offices at 75 Barclay Street where the NYPD have set up their command center.

9:59am The South Tower collapses.

10:28am The North Tower collapses.

10:57 am Giuliani attempts to hold a makeshift press conference over the phone in a live interview with local news channel, New York 1.

2:49pm Giuliani holds an official press conference, letting New Yorkers know subway and bus service has been partially restored. When asked about the number of casulaties, he answers, “I don’t think we want to speculate about that — more than any of us can bear.”

11:00pm Giuliani returns to Ground Zero after giving his last orders for the night.

National Geographic

Sep 012010

Bonehead Of The Day

If you’re gonna talk the talk…

I could get every union head in this country, I could organize every progressive group in this country, the main bloggers. This could be The Ed March. Folks, 300,000 people on the heels of six months promotion — that ain’t no big shakes.

I bet I could do that. I bet I could do that with this radio show and my TV show and six months production, six months promotion, if I had the budget I could equal that march. I know I could. I guarantee you, I could do more than 300,000. It ain’t a big deal.
— Ed Schultz, The Ed Schultz Show (radio), 8/31/10

I’ll take that bet. Bring it. Bob Parks

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz said the crowd at Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally was “Old white angry McCain-Palin leftovers who just can’t seem to stomach the fact that we have a black man in the White House.

Sep 012010

H/T * Green Eyes*

Ok, what’s more depressing? The fact that, in the year 2010, a group of Muslims (ie. practitioners of the second largest religion in the world) have to film a video where they seriously and without irony promise not to take over the country or the fact that the video succeeds in making them seem less like terrorists but accidentally makes them look like the aliens from the remake of V. Seriously, if any Fox News personalities start filing reports that Muslims like to hide in their space ships and eat gerbils, I’m going to lose my mind.

Yes, an organization called My Faith My Voice has released a new PSA in which American-born Muslims of every size and color asks viewers not to pay attention to many of the things that have been said about the religion in recent weeks. It’s a powerful message, sure, but the very fact that this thing exists is pretty terrible. Is this really the 21st century that Americans envisioned? Even if we weren’t fighting off Reptilian fascists by this point, you’d think we’d at least be watching PSAs from sentient robots or something instead of from a boring human religion.

Oh, well. The best part of the video comes at the end when we get to see a bunch of smiling children. Presumably they’re smiling because they’re too young to read
poll results.

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