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  • Green Day ---Charity projects that the band have been involved with include the collaboration with U2 ("The Saints Are Coming") to help raise money for musical instruments lost in Hurricane Katrina, and teaming with the Natural Resources Defense Council for the "Move America Beyond Oil" campaign and other environmental concerns.   ....     In September 2006, Green Day teamed up with U2 and producer Rick Rubin to record a cover of the song "The Saints Are Coming", originally recorded by The Skids, with an accompanying video. The song is to benefit Music Rising, an organization to help raise money for musicians' instruments lost during Hurricane Katrina, and to bring awareness on the eve of the one year anniversary of the disaster.[50]   ...   "Working Class Hero"  "Working Class Hero", a cover of a John Lennon song, was released on the Instant Karma CD.
  • cont.   Problems listening to this file? See media help. In December 2006, Green Day and NRDC opened a web site in partnership to raise awareness on America's dependency on oil.[51][52] (See related projects.)   ...    Green Day released a cover of the John Lennon song "Working Class Hero", that was featured on the album Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur. The band performed the song on the season finale of American Idol. The song was nominated for a Grammy in 2008, but lost to The White Stripes' "Icky Thump".   ...   That summer, the band appeared in a cameo role in The Simpsons Movie, where they perform the show's theme song. Their version was released as a single on July 24, 2007.  Green Day 
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  • Media Workers Against the War Non-political organisation run by volunteers working in all types of media. Daily updated source for anti-war news, views and updates on the international peace movement.

  • Blackshamrock antiwar fundraising concert  Anti-War Ireland are holding a fundraising concert in the the Laughter Lounge on Eden Quay, Dublin,  All monies raised will go towards the continuing campaign to demilitarise Shannon airport.  An exciting line-up includes many well-known musicians, comedians, actors, writers and other artists. 
  • Jazz for Peace Jazz for Peace Grant is offered to organizations in need of a fundraiser
    Veterans For Peace   News, ongoing actions, fund raising sales items, convention resolutions, directory of chapter contacts, etc.
    The Astarte Project   New York City organization that promotes art toward a non-violent resolution to the Middle East conflict.  asdf


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Issues that may not be presented to pre-college evangelical Christian students below

Fundamentalist Christian Schools, and their role in the enabling of war.  

  • Introduction:  It is the belief of the editor that the fundamentalist Christian movement and its institutions are highly responsible for enabling George W. Bush to execute the war in Iraq.  The 'Christian right' was a target of the GOP and was manipulated to form a potent political force in order to counter the fact that 92% of African Americans would not vote for any Republican. Included in that force was private Christian schools.  The children in those schools are highly vulnerable to the brainwashing techniques used by fascist forces within the GOP.  Lies and fear are their tools.  I'm sure the staff's of these schools  would deny the charge but the students of these schools are deftly coerced and 'instructed' how to think, and as they mature into adults are easily manipulated by political forces bent on managing their thoughts and actions.  The record speaks for itself.  The choice of Sarah Palin as a Vice Presidential candidate was clearly a blatant effort to appease a reluctant Christian community's mistrust of John McCain.  Republican political leaders are confident they can manipulate 'the Christian Right'.  
  • I realize I've made some rather large logical leaps here, but I would like to keep these comments short and to the point.  They also reference my direct personal interaction with the Judah Christian School and my son.
  • My personal experience with this involves Richard Williams of the Judah Christian School in Champaign, Illinois.  I realize that you can't make broad generalizations from just one encounter but this experience is relevant and representative from my point of view.
  • His (Rick Williams) quote to me: "It would be an honor for my son to serve in the military" and "George Bush is an honorable man" is a good starting point for this discussion.  It is a known fact that a the vast majority of evangelical Christians were duped into voting for Bush in the last two presidential elections.  Just wave flag desecration, gay marriage, and abortion in front of them and they forget all common sense, become easily managed by master politicians like Karl Rove.  Nearly 80 percent of this group voted for GOP candidates from 2000-2006. Also see David Kuo's book 'Tempting Faith"...Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition.
  • Speaking before the Pentecostal church, Palin painted the current war in Iraq as a messianic affair in which the United States could act out the will of the Lord.   ....   “Pray for our military men and women who are striving to do what is right. Also, for this country, that our leaders, our national leaders, are sending [U.S. soldiers] out on a task that is from God,”-


  • Inevitably, many of these people are turning away from those beliefs as they come to realize the tactics and methods used by the Bush administration to get their vote and their rejection of the GOP party line.  But recent polls show only a modest shift.  As of Sept 2008 92 % of black Americans would not vote for John McCain but 71% of evangelical Christians would (more below).  These are significant statistics.
  • Back to Mr. Williams now.   I've had a number of meetings with Mr. Williams and at the end of one of those meetings I made the comment: "I would personally drive my son to Canada if he was drafted and would be sent to Iraq.  At that meeting (fall of 2007) he seconded my thoughts and said he would do the same.  But in the next meeting about six months later he disavowed making that statement and said it was probably his wife who would drive their son to Canada, not him.  This confirmed my belief that he is a supporter of militarism.  I wonder what significance 'thou shall not kill' has for him, especially when there is no direct threat from his 'enemies'.  And if he sites 911 as a direct threat he must be unaware of the massive amount of evidence that the '911 Commission' was just a white-wash of the true events of that day.  The words 'inside job' are commonly used in New York City when 911 is discussed and there is serious ballot initiative to form an independent commission to study what really happened.  
    Ecclesiastes 3:8 declares, “there is…a time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace. In a world filled with sin, hatred, and evil (Romans 3:10-18), war is inevitable. Some wars are more “just” than others, but all wars are ultimately the result of sin. Christians should not desire war, but neither are Christians to oppose the government God has placed in authority over them (Romans 13:1-4; 1 Peter 2:17). The most important thing we can be doing in a time of war is to be praying for godly wisdom for our leaders, praying for the safety of our military, praying for quick resolution to the conflict, and praying for minimum casualties on both sides of the conflict (Philippians 4:6-7).  GotQuestions
  •  I also learned that he was seriously trying to become a Huckabee delegate.  Huckabee strongly agreed with Bush's Iraq war policies.  (right: Chuck Norris and friends)       He certainly has the credentials to be an influential person in that arena.  He is very persuasive, charismatic and apparently very political.  If he likes Bush, he probably likes Zionists like Sharon, Olmert, Netanyahu and Hagee (CUFI).  
  • Over 5 million people have been killed by the American military machine since WWII. Two million in North and South Korea; two million in Vietnam and now 1 million in Iraq.   American losses were less than 150,000.  Ratio of American deaths to the citizens in countries we've killed consistently fall into a 100:1 range.  There never was a serious threat; all evidence of cold-blooded war profiteering from an adept killing machine slaughtering defenseless people with overwhelming force.  All this aided by a corporate news media that foments the lies... ie CNN / Fox on the 'shock and awe' in the invasion / occupation of Iraq.  
  • The ties between the Zionists, neocons, and the Bush administration also define this phenomena.  In the recent mini-war in Gaza, 1500 people were killed by a massive bombing campaign by Israel.  The American press accomplished their pro-Israel mission by conveniently ignoring Israel's blockade and subsequent starvation of the people of Gaza.  Israel said it was to stop the Qassam rockets but everyone knows those rockets are toys compared to the power of the US-enabled Israeli military killing machine.  The Qassam rockets have become the symbol of Palestinian resolve against a Hitler-like holocaust of the Palestinians.  If you compare maps of  this Middle Eastern area between the 1950's and now it is clear to see that Israel is merely on a imperialistic land-grab campaign.  Fortunately their is a small but effective anti-occupation, antiviolence sector of the Israeli population that somewhat checks the power of the Israeli Zionist murderers.                        (source: Israels60thbirthday)
  • I was in the military and have experienced the 'war machine'.  There is a 'chapel' on every military base in the world.  The chances of a non-Christian entering one of the chapels is slim to say the least.  They all scream out loudly God is on our side.  They are a symbol of the phrase 'might is right'.   Fortunately for me, I woke up to the horrors of the American military and became an active antiwar protester in the late 1960's.  I was jailed for disobeying direct orders during a antiwar demonstration on Veterans Day 1969 and eventually was discharged from the Army with an 'other than honorable' discharge, ' for the good of the service.  I'm very proud of this.
  • But again, back to Judah Christian School, (JCS).  I purchased a copy of my son's Biology for Christian Schools book, published by Bob Jones University Press.  I was not disappointed in my belief that it was filled with all sorts of anti-science references. It is rife with similar passages that would be found in a Christian history book.  Search Google on 'Bob Jones University' and 'war' and you get volumes and volumes of 'justifications' for armed conflict.  Judah Christian School and many others like it embrace BJU with open arms. Check out the BJU War Memorial Chapel. Or see the BJU home school 5th grade curriculum. It highlights World War I and WWII ... the word antiwar is nonexistent. Check out   They do not know what the words 'Thou Shall Not Kill' mean, period.
  •    and also New York Times
  • If you critically study the Vietnam war you find that we went there with troops to help the French protect their business interests.  The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution provided our fraudulent path to war.  Read Admiral Zumwalt's book on the deception perpetrated around Agent Orange and the beginning days of the war.  All wars are cooked up, hyped by a coordinated press.
  • Any person that espouses militancy such as Rick Williams does and preaches about the superiority of their own brand of religion is a dangerous monster.  His influence on my son is undeniable but luckily he is against the Iraq War.  There is hope, but danger lurks.  
  • Search Google for Palin Videos.  There are many of her taken at the Wassila Assembly of God Church.  It is unbelievable that Sarah Palin could actually be a choice for Vice President of the United States of America given her radical right wing militant religious views.  Other search terms: master's commission, Todd Palin, Hanson affair, Kilkenny email, support for Iraq War, pray for $30 billion dollar pipeline ... etc.


  • The teachers at private Christian schools are masters at propagandizing young and gullible students. What this episode leads to is the fact that at a micro level these private Christian Schools have an appearance of saintly healthy institutions filled with the praise for the students and better than average academics.  But at the macro level its big business, war, and Christian Zionist Islamophobia.   I've personally witnessed this.  People like Mr. Williams are monsters in my opinion.  He knows just how to use fear and manipulation to steer a young mind into his 'Christian' realm.  He says his students are free to develop their own opinion about creationism but there's an implicit demand to agree with his interpretation of the 'gospel'.  
  • Williams is a slick preacher masquerading as a school teacher.  He has completely captivated my son's attention and is capable of no wrong in my sons eyes.  When he made the statement that it was an honor for him to send his son to the Iraq War (to be maimed or killed and kill innocent people), I was appalled.  Yes, we all have a right to our own opinions, but nearly 80 percent of the U. S. population and a overwhelming majority of the worlds population disagrees at some level with Bush's War.  Are they all wrong?  I suppose this is typical of a fundamentalist Christian School.  This is typical of the arrogance of Evangelical leaders.
  • Their belief in creationism flies in the face of science in a similar manner.  They don't tell there students that their 'literal views' of the Bible cannot be used  in any official government capacity, policy or position; cannot be mentioned in the non-religious corporate work place; cannot be used as answers to tests in any secular college or university around the world.  It's the pinnacle of arrogance that they think they can push their BS on vulnerable, young minds.   
  • Now that Barack Obama has become President of the United States and has reached out to the Muslim world to strike down the methods of fear used by the Conservative right we can expect a new kind of opposition from the GOP.  Their power has been severely curtailed as seen by their losses in the Senate and House, but beware of new tactics and methods that will surface. 
  • IRD  Wikipedia  'Just War' principle


source: Pew Research
    ... Jerusalem Countdown, book


    Mushroom Cloud

    " John Hagee, CUFI, Christians United for Israel:  "We must attack Iran to protect the people of Israel"  



Issues not taught to Evangelical students
  • 1.White Rose, remembering the students executed by the Nazis for protesting that regime.  Pope Benedict lived among them, but did not protest.

  • White Rose  , Hans Scholl, Sophie Scholl, Christoph Probst summer 1942.      Wikipedia  The White Rose (German: die Weiße Rose) was a non-violent resistance group in Nazi Germany, consisting of a number of students from the University of Munich and their philosophy professor. The group became known for an anonymous leaflet campaign, lasting from June 1942 until February 1943, that called for active opposition to German dictator Adolf Hitler's regime.    ...    The six core members of the group were arrested by the Gestapo and executed by beheading in 1943. The text of their sixth leaflet was smuggled out of Germany through Scandinavia to the UK, and in July 1943 copies of it were dropped over Germany by Allied planes, retitled "The Manifesto of the Students of Munich."[1]   Today, the members of the White Rose are honoured"   amongst its greatest heroes, since they opposed the They were more principled than Ratzinger (Pope Benedict) who also belonged to the Hitler youth....he remained silent in the face of the Nazis.
  • 2. Kahn Academy  This simple equation above produced this graphic.  (The next Z is equal to the Z before it, squared plus one) (and more below on Mandelbrot Fractals) or see the
  • basic cellular energy productions motor of just about every living organizm on earth.  Scientests understand most of the evolutionary process that createdd it.  search: ATP synthase, electron transport chain.
  • 3.Catholic Liberation Theology
  • Liberation theology is a school of theology within Christianity, particularly in the Roman Catholic Church. It emphasizes the Christian mission to bring justice to the poor and oppressed, particularly through political activism. Its theologians consider sin the root source of poverty, recognizing sin as exploitive capitalism and class war by the rich against the poor.

    Liberation Theologians use political theory, primarily Socialism, to help understand how to combat poverty. Some elements of certain liberation theologies have been rejected by the Catholic Church. [1] At its inception, liberation theology was predominantly found in the Catholic Church after the Second Vatican Council. It is often cited as a form of Christian socialism, and it has enjoyed widespread influence in Latin America and among the Jesuits, although its influence diminished within Catholicism after liberation theologians were harshly admonished by Pope John Paul II (leading to the curtailing of its growth).   Wikipedia


  • 4.     Ratzinger, Pope Benedict,  Ultra-Conservative "Ratzinger's ultra-conservatism made him an attractive figure to the Vatican. He was made a cardinal shortly after being appointed bishop of Munich. He was strongly hostile to students protesting the Vietnam War in the 1960s, calling them "ideological terrorists." He was eventually appointed head of the Inquisition (Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith), soon overseeing a record number of condemnations by that tribunal. One of his priorities as head of the Inquisition was to ban and destroy the Christian liberation movement that had surged in Latin America in protest against the Catholic hierarchy's support of fascist and ultra-right dictatorships."  Counterpunch
  • 5.- -  Unprecedented influence of AIPAC, American Israel Public Action Committee,   
  • see: Executive Director: Howard Kohr, Managing Director: Richard Fishman, President-elect: David Victor, President: Howard "Tzvi" Friedman, Previous Executive Directors, Neal Sher Esq., Thomas Dine, Morris J. Amitay, Previous Presidents, Bernice Manocherian, Amy Friedkin, Tim Wuliger, Lonny Kaplan, Melvin Dow, Steven Grossman, David Steiner, Larry Weinberg (businessman), Portland Trail Blazers) Mayer "Bubba" Mitchell, Edward Levy, Jr., Robert Asher, [edit] Notable Board members: Mickey Kantor, former Senator Rudy Boschwitz (R-Minn.), S. Daniel Abraham (Democrat), Steven Grossman - former chairman of the Democratic National Committee (Democrat), Norman Brownstein - prominent Denver lawyer, [edit] Notable Executive Committee members, All members of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations serve on AIPAC's Executive Committee. Notable members include: Malcolm Hoenlein, June Walker (Hadassah), [edit] See also AIPAC, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations  
  • on the US government.   Wikipedia  AIPAC, Wikipedia  Lawrence Franklin and the Israeli espionage trial   1948 Arab-Israeli war Wikipedia  Measheimer, Walt.
  • 6.-    Armenian Genocide, Wikipedia  The Armenian Genocide (Armenian: Turkish: Ermeni Soykirimi), also known as the Armenian Holocaust, the Armenian Massacres and, by Armenians, the Great Calamity refers to the deliberate and systematic destruction (genocide[1]) of the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire during and just after World War I. It was characterised by the use of massacres, and the use of deportations involving forced marches under conditions designed to lead to the death of the deportees, with the total number of Armenian deaths generally held to have been between one and one-and-a-half million.[2] Other ethnic groups were similarly attacked by the Empire during this period, including Assyrians and Greeks, and some scholars consider the events to be part of the same policy of extermination.[3]
  • 7.- Failure of any person to gain tenure as a proponent of Intelligent Design.  Failure of any ID research to be peer-reviewed. 
  • Panda's Thumb  "Iowa Citizens for Science, a grassroots group dedicated to improving public education, feels that the Discovery Institute and Guillermo Gonzalez, a senior fellow at the creationist think tank, are circumventing the normal scientific process to promote their religious ideology. Gonzalez and the DI have announced plans to sue Iowa State University, asserting that ISU violated Dr. Gonzalez’ First Amendment rights in denying his tenure application.     ...     The claim that his rights were violated seems odd to many observers. “How can Gonzalez complain if his work on ID was considered?” wonders Dr. Tara Smith, president of Iowa Citizens for Science and assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Iowa. “If intelligent design is scientific, his department is entitled judge his work in that field. If ID is not science, it’s fair to question why their faculty member is spending so much of his time and resources on it. The claims of persecution issuing from the Discovery Institute and Dr. Gonzalez require that intelligent design be both science and religion. This isn’t about science, it’s about politics.”   and more   CSICOP  
  • 8.Dominionism    Is a central core of Evangelical politics, but rarely mentioned.  Wikipedia  Dominionism describes, in several distinct ways, a tendency among some conservative politically-active Christians, especially in the United States of America, to seek influence or control over secular civil government through political action—aiming either at a nation governed by Christians, or a nation governed by a conservative Christian understanding of biblical law. The use and application of this terminology is a matter of controversy.  Rushdoony, Father of Dominionism.   J. A. Thompson has cited the biblical texts governing godly warfare. First, no such war could be conducted apart from God’s word or orders (1 Sam. 28:5-6; 30:7-8; 2 Sam. 5:19, 22-23). Second, there had to be a consecration to the task by the men of Israel   AmericanReview
Most influential Christian leaders: Douglas Coe, Charles Colson, James Dobson, Stewart Epperson, Michael Gerson, Billy Graham, Franklin Graham, Ted Haggard (Mike Jones), Bill Hybels, T. D. Jakes, Diane Knipers, Tim Lahaye, Beverly Lahaye, Richard Land SBC, Brian McLaren, Joyce Meyer, Richard John Neuhaus, Mark Noll, J. I. Packer, Rick Santorum (paid prostitutes), Jay Sekulaw, Stephen Strang, Ralph Winter, Rick Warren, Dave Barton.
  • 9.  Many transitional beings existed between the presence of apes and modern humas.     enlarge  Wikipedia  The scientific study of human evolution encompasses the development of the genus Homo, but usually involves studying other hominids and hominines as well, such as Australopithecus. "Modern humans" are defined as the Homo sapiens species, of which the only extant subspecies is known as Homo sapiens sapiens. Homo sapiens idaltu (roughly translated as "elder wise human"), the other known subspecies, is now extinct.[9] The Cro-Magnons, a variety of early Homo sapiens, are also extinct. Homo neanderthalensis, which became extinct 30,000 years ago, has sometimes been classified as a subspecies, "Homo sapiens neanderthalensis", but genetic studies now suggest a divergence of the Neanderthal species from Homo sapiens about 500,000 years ago[10]. Similarly, the few specimens of Homo rhodesiensis have also occasionally been classified as a subspecies, but this is not widely accepted. Anatomically modern humans first appear in the fossil record in Africa about 130,000 years ago, although studies of molecular biology give evidence that the approximate time of divergence from the common ancestor of all modern human populations was 200,000 years ago.  
10. Isaac Newton probably did more to advance the art of war than any other person of his time, because he did more than anyone else to advance science.  ".... Isaac Newton was also highly religious (though unorthodox), producing more work on Biblical hermeneutics than the natural science he is remembered for.      Historian Stephen D. Snobelen says of Newton, "Isaac Newton was a heretic. But like Nicodemus, the secret disciple of Jesus, he never made a public declaration of his private faith – which the orthodox would have deemed extremely radical. He hid his faith so well that scholars are still unravelling his personal beliefs."[19] Snobelen concludes that Newton was at least a Socinian sympathizer (he owned and had thoroughly read at least eight Socinian books), possibly an Arian and almost certainly an anti-Trinitarian.[19] In an age notable for its religious intolerance there are few public expressions of Newton's radical views, most notably his refusal to take holy orders and his refusal, on his death bed, to take the sacrament when it was offered to him.[19] " Wikipedia



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10a.  Last official U. S. combat death, Vietnam War.   29 April 1975 - US Marine Embassy Guards McMahon and Judge killed. {Corporal Charles McMahon & Lance Corporal Darwin L. Judge} 12–30 May 1975 — 41 US servicemen killed and 41 servicemen wounded during the Mayaguez Incident in Democratic Kampuchea.  and Vietnamese casualties The Army of the Republic of Vietnam ARVN suffered 300,000 to 500,000 wounded and lost approximately 184,000 servicemen during the war,[2] with some estimates as high as a quarter of a million.[5] Because it was the country most devastated by the war, South Vietnam suffered the bulk of the estimated 500,000 to 2,000,000 civilian deaths sustained by the entire Vietnamese population during the conflict; out of a possible median of 1,200,000 dead for the whole country,[6] considering the above figures for North Vietnamese losses, in South Vietnam itself about one million civilians likely died.  Wikipedia
  • 11.fOn animal homosexual behavior....over 400 animals have been documented to exhibit homosexual behavior.  The Christian right's attack on gays and lesbians  undoubtedly has more to do with their problem with homophobia.  enlarge   source:  Animal sexuality   MORE BELOW
  • 12.  The Christian right's war on gays and lesbians  undoubtedly has more to do with their problem with homophobia.  See Senator Larry Craig (and his airport bathroom adventures...."I'm not gay") , and see Ted Haggard, Senator Mark Foley, Troy King,   All of whom support the War in Iraq and enjoyed the support of James Dobson and George W. Bush.
  • 13. KKK, Washington D. C.  mid  20th Century ....notice the cross.
  • 14. The Internet's Home For Sinners Destined To Be Left Behind.   There's nothing in this book that isn't fully documented by the main stream press.  They need war to make them feel masculine?
Pedophile Priests   Wikipedia  The term Catholic sex abuse cases refers to a series of scandals in various countries arising from allegations made in the first decade of the 21st century about abuse of minors under the age of 18 by certain Catholic parish priests. The allegations covered events alleged to have occurred over a period ranging from the middle to late 20th century. Allegations have been made against parish priests under diocesan control and members of Roman Catholic religious orders.    ...      Approximately 80% of the priests involved in sexual abuse of minors were located in the United States.(4,392 priests, as Church's estimate that no more than 5000 priests worldwide)  Although allegations of clergy sexual abuse have surfaced in several countries around the world, there have been no comprehensive studies which compare the relative incidence of sexual abuse in different areas. However, there is a general perception that the issue has been most prominent in the United States, and then in Australia, Canada and Ireland.[13]     .....     Number of allegations The number of alleged abuses increased in the 1960s, peaked in the 1970s, declined in the 1980s and by the 1990s had returned to the levels of the 1950s.[14]     ...     Of the 11,000 allegations reported by bishops in the John Jay study, 3300 were not investigated because the allegations were made after the accused priest had died. 6700 allegations were substantiated, leaving 1000 which could not be substantiated.      ....      According to the John Jay report, one-third of the accusations were made in the years 2002-3. Another third of the allegations were reported between 1993 and 2001.[14]    LIST  and see Ronald Bennett, Barbara Blaine, David Clohessy, Patrick Colleary, Donal Collins Brendan Comiskey, Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse, Congregation of Christian Brothers Desmond Connell, Covenant House, Crimen sollicitationis (document), Thomas Vose Daily, De delictis gravioribus, Deliver Us from Evil (2006 film), Duplessis Orphans, Ealing Abbey Edward English, Roman Catholic Diocese of Fairbanks, Ferns Report, Seán Fortune, Edward French Dale Fushek, Hans Hermann Groër, Hand of God (film), Hubert Patrick O'Connor, Hughes Inquiry Joseph J. Guido, Donald Kimball, Kevin Kite, Kurt Krenn, John Krol, Lavender Mafia, Bernard Francis Law, Paul McGennis, Gerard McGinnity, Marcial Maciel, Magdalen Society of Philadelphia, Magdalene Asylum, The Magdalene Sisters Roger Mahony, Vincent Mercer, František Merta, Mount Cashel Orphanage, Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, Thomas Naughton Nora Wall, Oliver O'Grady, Ivan Payne, Peoria, Alan Placa, Red Hot Catholic Love, Noel Reynolds, Bruce Ritter, Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, Roman Catholic Diocese of Spokane, Barry Ryan (Catholic priest) Sacramentum Poenitentiae....   this is just the tip of the iceberg, it continues today....
  • 15.The president of the Florida Holocaust Museum said Saturday that George W. Bush's grandfather derived a portion of his personal fortune through his affiliation with a Nazi-controlled bank.

    John Loftus, a former prosecutor in the Justice Department's Nazi War Crimes Unit, said his research found that Bush's grandfather, Prescott Bush, was a principal in the Union Banking Corp. in Manhattan in the late 1930s and the 1940s. Leading Nazi industrialists secretly owned the bank at that time, Loftus said, and were moving money into it through a second bank in Holland even after the United States declared war on Germany.  Bush received $1.5 million from its dissolution.
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  • Relationship between evolution and the AIDS 
  • Obama is ending Don't Ask Don't Tell policy for the military,
  • Obama is working to change or get rid of the DOMA laws.  Defense of Marriage Act.
  • Existence of organic molecules in the universe
  • The DNA similarities between a prehistoric wolf-like animal and modern whales
  • In ten thousand years, a stream of light only traverses 1/6th of our own Milky Way.  This has important relevance to Creationism theory.
  • Monkey, Orangutan, Dog, masturbating, masturbation
  • Allen Dulles whose CIA Operation Paperclip assimilated Nazi scientists into the American establishment
  • Opus Dei
  • Dinochickens  Wired
  • Last official combat death, Vietnam War  Wikipedia
  • 16.They  are not taught about the Concordat between the Nazis and the Catholic leaders in Germany in 1942.  
  • "The Concordat effectively legitimized Hitler and the Nazi government to the eyes of Catholicism, Christianity, and the world. ..."   Roman Catholics are shocked when we show them our photo collection of Arch Bishop Stepinac (who was also honored by John XXIII) giving the 'heil Hitler' salute to Hitler youth, and photos of Roman Catholic nuns marching with the Gestapo at Nazi rallies, and of Catholic priests blessing swastikas, and photos of the Franciscan Filipovitch dressed both in his cassock and in his Nazi uniform as chief of the Jasenovac concentration camp, as well as documented quotes from the Roman Catholic Bavarian Concordat with The Nazi Party (the bishops swore allegiance to Hitler). And many Roman Catholics would be disgusted at anti Jewish conspiracy theories, just as they are disgusted with the sex scandals of their bishops and cardinals like Law of Boston, Mahoney of Los Angeles, and Cormac Murphy O'Connor of London conspiring to protect pedophile priests instead of protecting the innocent children whom these priests enjoy victimizing sexually with the protection of their church and its hierarchy.


  • 17.Sojourners Magazine Wikipedia   a monthly publication of the Christian social justice organization Sojourners community, was first published in 1971 under the original title of The Post-American. The offices of the magazine are in Washington D. C.   The founding editor-in-chief is Jim Wallis, author of God's Politics and other titles that blend both political and spiritual commentary, and the current editor is Jim Rice. The magazine publishes editorials and articles on Christian life, the Church and the world, Christianity and politics, and the Church and social issues. Articles frequently feature coverage of fair trade, interfaith dialog, and poverty aid. The mission of the publication is to articulate the biblical call to social justice, inspiring hope and building a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world.[4] The magazine was originally published every other month, but since January 2004 is published 11 times per year, with a single issue published for September and October. The Sojourners Archive is maintained by Wheaton College in its Archives and Special Collections. Collected materials include magazine issues, correspondence, original manuscripts, administrative papers; as well as information on the Sojourners Community, Jim Wallis, and other communities and organizations affiliated with the publisher.[5] Contributing editors include Richard Rohr, Daniel Berrigan, and Cornel West.  
  • 18.   Most of the Jews in Israel are not the original Jews of the Bible, but people who converted to the Jewish religion.    ....    Most of the Jews in Israel are descended from people in countries such as Germany, Georgia, Ukraine, Yemen, and Morocco who were not originally Jewish.    ...   The Palestinians are most likely the original Jews.   ...   Schlomo Sand, professor of history at Tel Aviv university, wrote about the Zionist myth at Le Monde Diplomatique, in September 2008.   Aangirfan
  • The Khazars were a semi-nomadic Turkic people who dominated the Pontic steppe and the North Caucasus from the 7th to the 10th century CE. The name 'Khazar'[1] seems to be tied to a Turkic verb form meaning "wandering".     ...      In the 7th century CE, the Khazars founded an independent Khaganate in the Northern Caucasus along the Caspian Sea. Although the Khazars were initially Tengri shamanists, many of them converted to Christianity, Islam, and other religions. During the eighth or ninth century the state religion became Judaism. At their height, the Khazar khaganate and its tributaries controlled much of what is today southern Russia, western Kazakhstan, eastern Ukraine, Azerbaijan, large portions of the Caucasus (including Circassia, Dagestan, Chechnya, and parts of Georgia), and the Crimea.     ....    Between 965 and 969, their sovereignty was broken by Sviatoslav I of Kiev, and they became a subject people of Kievan Rus'. Gradually displaced by the Rus, the Kipchaks, and later the conquering Mongol Golden Horde, the Khazars largely disappeared as a culturally distinct people. However there is a theory, argued in The Thirteenth Tribe that the dispersed Khazars are actually the ancestors of most Ashkenazi Jews, i.e. Jews whose origin is in Russia and Europe.      Wikipedia
  • 19. Homo floresiensis. (AP Photo/National Geographic, Peter Schouten) Hobbit?  Prehuman species  USA Today  "The latest chapter of this story comes in the next Journal of Human Evolution, which boasts four reports concerning the hobbits— five years after discovery was first disclosed in the journal Nature. "Here we report the discovery, from the Late Pleistocene of Flores, Indonesia, of an adult hominin," wrote the authors of that 2004 paper in the formal language of scientists declaring a new species. ("Hominin" is what the cool kids among paleontologists say instead of "hominids" now, or what reporters call "human species." )"   Elsevior
  • Sahelanthropus tchadensis, and from  TalkOrgins  Orrorin tugenensis, Ardipithecus ramidus, Ardipithecus ramidus kadabba, Australopithecus anamensis, Australopithecus afarensis, Kenyanthropus platyops, Australopithecus africanus, Australopithecus garhi, Australopithecus aethiopicus , Australopithecus robustus , Australopithecus boisei, Australopithecus aethiopicus, robustus, Homo habilis, Homo georgicus, Homo erectus, Homo ergaster, Homo antecessor, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, Homo floresiensisHomo sapiens sapiens, 
  • 20. .....It doesn't make sense when creationists talk about 'God' creating the heavens...We could not see 99.999% of them because their light would not have time to reach us.   It takes 10,000 years for light just to travel 1/6th of the width of the Milky Way Galaxy.  So why do Christian schools bother to teach science.  It is so contradicts the Bible its a joke.   That's a real trick to get all light from all the Universe's objects to reach the Earth instantly.  Of course that would make the calculation of the speed of light a joke.
  • With the fastest rockets now available, it would take 100,000 years to get to the nearest star outside our own solar system.

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  • 21.  Southern Strategy     Wikipedia  refers to a Republican method of winning Southern states in the latter decades of the 20th century and first decade of the 21st century by exploiting racism among white voters  ...     Although the phrase "Southern strategy" is often attributed to Richard Nixon strategist Kevin Phillips, he did not originate it,[1] but merely popularized it.[2] In an interview included in a 1970 New York Times article, he touched on its essence: From now on, the Republicans are never going to get more than 10 to 20 percent of the Negro vote and they don't need any more than that... but Republicans would be shortsighted if they weakened enforcement of the Voting Rights Act. The more Negroes who register as Democrats in the South, the sooner the Negrophobe whites will quit the Democrats and become Republicans. That's where the votes are. Without that prodding from the blacks, the whites will backslide into their old comfortable arrangement with the local Democrats.[
  • 22. enlarge  Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens, Child Labor Abuse, one of the greatest scandals of the 19th and 20th centuries ... buried.   
  • The first general laws against child labour, the Factory Acts, Wikipedia were passed in Britain in the first half of the 19th century. Children younger than nine were not allowed to work and the work day of youth under the age of 18 was limited to twelve hours.[1]


Factory Acts Wikipedia    Factory owners must obey the law. All factory rooms must be well ventilated and lime-washed twice a year. Children must be supplied with two complete outfits of clothing. Children between the ages of 9 and 13 can work maximum 8 hours. Adolescents between 14 and 18 years old can work maximum 12 hours. Children under 9 years old are not allowed to work but they must be enrolled in the elementary schools that factory owners are required to establish. The work hours of children must begin after 6 a.m., end before 9 p.m., and not exceed 12 hours a day. Children must be instructed in reading, writing and arithmetic for the first four years of work. Male and Female children must be housed in different sleeping quarters. Children may not sleep more than two per bed. On Sundays children are to have an hour's instruction in the Christian Religion. Mill owners are also required to tend to any infectious diseases.
  • 23.   Pew Researach   Indeed, the teaching of evolution has become a part of the nation's culture wars, manifest most recently in the 2008 presidential campaign, particularly in the attention paid to Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin's statements in favor of public schools teaching creation science or intelligent design along with evolution. And while evolution may not attain the same importance as such culture war issues as abortion or same-sex marriage, the topic is likely to have a place in national debates on values for many years to come.
24.   AFP– In a development which could reveal the links between modern humans and their prehistoric cousins, scientists said they have mapped a first draft of the Neanderthal genome.   ...    Researchers used DNA fragments extracted from three Croatian fossils to map out more than 60 percent of the entire Neanderthal genome by sequencing three billion bases of DNA.    ...    "The Neanderthal genome sequence will clarify the evolutionary relationship between humans and Neanderthals as well as help identify those genetic changes that enabled modern humans to leave Africa and rapidly spread around the world," Germany's Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology said in a press release.    ....    "These DNA sequences can now be compared to the previously sequenced human and chimpanzee genomes in order to arrive at some initial insights into how the genome of this extinct form differed from that of modern humans."
  • 25. SourceWatch  Council for National Policy     CNP     The Council for National Policy is a secretive forum that was formed in 1981 by Tim LaHaye as a networking tool for leading US conservative political leaders, financiers and religious right activist leaders. The group, which meets three times a year, promotes "Educational conferences for national leaders in the fields of business, government, religion and academia to explore national policy alternatives. Weekly newsletters are distributed to all members to keep them apprised of member activities and public policy issues. A semi-annual journal is produced from membership meeting speeches."[1]  ...   In 2001, ABC News reported: "The CNP describes itself as a counterweight against liberal domination of the American agenda."[2]   ...  Others are not so kind to the organization and its motives. Mark Crispin Miller states that the CNP is a "highly secretive... theocratic organization -- what they want is basically religious rule" (A Patriot Act). Barry W. Lynn, the executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, told the New York Times about the CNP meeting ahead of the 2004 Republican National Convention, "The real crux of this is that these are the genuine leaders of the Republican Party, but they certainly aren't going to be visible on television next week."[3]  and see  CNPOnline  more search terms: investigate Bush, Bush truth commission, war crimes, Cheney, Libby, Hudson Institute, all part of Iraq War machine, Islamophobia, fascist fear-mongering, corporate take over of America, distribution of wealth to the rich, return to a feudal system.  All backed by Christian right.
  •  26.   SourceWatch Institute on Religion and Democracy, IRD    The Institute on Religion and Democracy (IRD) describes itself as "an ecumenical alliance of U.S. Christians working to reform their churches' social witness, in accord with biblical and historic Christian teachings, thereby contributing to the renewal of democratic society at home and abroad."   ...   According to Group Watch, "The Washington DC-based Institute on Religion and Democracy (IRD) was founded in 1981 by Michael Novak, Richard John Neuhaus, and Penn Kemble. It began as project of the Foundation for a Democratic Education, the financial arm of the cold war group, the Coalition for a Democratic Majority. It was founded to counter progressive mainline Christian organizations, the National Council of Churches (NCC), and the NCC's international counterpart the World Council of Churches (WCC). Richard John Neuhaus, a Lutheran pastor, admitted that the IRD had a specific 'political agenda' and at the top of it was Central America and opposition to liberation theology.     MediaTransparency



  Douglas Coe, The Family, Fellowship

The Family, The Fellowship,  Christian power in Washington   Alternet:   What at first seemed like a series of public sex scandals turned out to have a connective thread. The main protagonists (Governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina, Senator John Ensign of Nevada, and former Arkansas Congressman Chip Pickering) were all one-time residents of C Street and members of the Family, otherwise known as the Fellowship. As the summer unfurled, the “three amigos” gave mainstream media outlets plenty to talk about, and this highly secretive and powerful right-wing group got a lot of exposure. And then, as is the wont of the media, the story of C Street disappeared from the headlines.    ...     In this exclusive Religion Dispatches interview, Jeff Sharlet, author of 2008’s The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power, talks about The Family and its summer of scandal, the organization’s tarnished present and future possibilities, and why the mainstream media had such a difficult time dealing with the group’s unusual political/religious beliefs.     ...    First off, tell us three critical things we should know about The Family?    ...    Jeff Sharlet: The Family is the oldest and arguably most influential religious conservative organization in Washington, a “brotherhood” comprised mostly of politicians such as Senator Jim Inhofe, Senator Tom Coburn, Senator Sam Brownback, Senator Jim DeMint, and, now infamously, Senator John Ensign, Governor Mark Sanford, and former congressman Chip Pickering, all of whom turned to The Family to help cover up sex scandals this past summer. The reason you may not have heard about the group is that it doesn’t want you to hear about it—“the more invisible you can make your organization,” preaches leader Douglas Coe, “the more influence it will have.”    Alternet    It's that theology that led The Family, over the years, to aid and abet such dictators as Haiti's Francois "Papa Doc" Duvalier, Indonesia's Haji Muhammad Suharto, Chile's Augusto Pinochet, and the brutal Angolan rebel Jonas Savimbi, who among them killed more than a million people.    ....   The Family seems to be fond of "revolutions" of a particular type: Those that overthrow socialists or any kind of leftists, even those, like Chile's Salvador Allende, who were democratically elected. As Jeff Sharlet explains in his masterful book, The Family, "God chooses his key men according to His concerns, not ours ..."    ....    Other Family members, identified as such by Sharlet, loom large in the health care debate. Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., said right-wingers could "break" Obama by defeating health care reform. Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., told NBC's David Gregory that members of Congress had "earned" the threats of violence they were receiving at town-hall meetings focused on the health care bill.
  •   Council for National Policy   
  • 27.LiveScience  Top 10 vestigial organs:  male breast nipples, wings on flightless birds, hind leg bones on whales, human tail bone, erector pili, body hair, blind fish, wisdom teeth, dandelian clones, female only species, parthenogenesis (fake sex), appendix.  The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) defines vestigial organs as organs or structures remaining or surviving in a degenerate, atrophied, or imperfect condition or form.
  • 28.   Human / Animal embryo similarities    Wikipedia  Generally, if a structure pre-dates another structure in evolutionary terms, then it also appears earlier than the other in the embryo. Species which have an evolutionary relationship typically share the early stages of embryonal development and differ in later stages. Examples include: The backbone, the common structure among all vertebrates such as fish, reptiles and mammals, appears as one of the earliest structures laid out in all vertebrate embryos. ... The cerebrum in humans, the most sophisticated part of the brain, develops last. ... If a structure 
vanished in an evolutionary sequence, then one can often observe a corresponding structure appearing at one stage during embryonic development, only to disappear or become modified in a later stage. Examples include: Whales, which have evolved from land mammals, don't have legs, but tiny remnant leg bones lie buried deep in their bodies. During embryonal development, leg extremities first occur, then recede. Similarly, whale embryos have hair at one stage (like all mammalian embryos), but lose most of it later. ... The common ancestor of humans and monkeys had a tail, and human embryos also have a tail at one point; it later recedes to form the coccyx. ... The swim bladder in fish presumably evolved from a sac connected to the gut, allowing the fish to gulp air. In most modern fish, this connection to the gut has disappeared. In the embryonal development of these fish, the swim bladder originates as an outpocketing of the gut, and is later disconnected from the gut.


and the Institute of Creation Research rebutal ICR

Wikipedia In the natural sciences, abiogenesis, or "chemical evolution", is the study of how life on Earth could have arisen from inanimate matter. It should not be confused with evolution, which is the study of how groups of living things change over time. Amino acids, often called "the building blocks of life", can form via natural chemical reactions unrelated to life, as demonstrated in the Miller–Urey experiment and similar experiments, which involved simulating the conditions of the early Earth. In all living things, these amino acids are organized into proteins, and the construction of these proteins is mediated by nucleic acids. Which of these organic molecules first arose and how they formed the first life is the focus of abiogenesis.    ...   The first living things on Earth are thought to be single cell prokaryotes, perhaps evolved from protobionts.[1] The oldest ancient fossil microbe-like objects are dated to be 3.5 Ga (billion years old), approximately one billion years after the formation of the Earth itself.[2][3] By 2.4 Ga, the ratio of stable isotopes of carbon, iron and sulfur shows the action of living things on inorganic minerals and sediments[4][5] and molecular biomarkers indicate photosynthesis, demonstrating that life on Earth was widespread by this time.[6][7]    ...    On the other hand, the exact sequence of chemical events that led to the first nucleic acids is not known. Several hypotheses about early life have been proposed, most notably the iron-sulfur world theory (metabolism without genetics) and the RNA world hypothesis (RNA life-forms).    more
  • 29.  Wikipedia Chimpanzee Intelligence  Chimanzees make tools and use them to acquire foods and for social displays; they have sophisticated hunting strategies requiring cooperation, influence and rank; they are status conscious, manipulative and capable of deception; they can learn to use symbols and understand aspects of human language including some relational syntax, concepts of number and numerical sequence.[13    ...     Chimps are highly territorial and are known to kill other chimps   ...  
  • and  
  • Wikipedia  ....  It has been suggested that higher levels of aggression and conflict with other chimpanzee groups in the area were a consequences of the feeding, which could have created the "wars" between chimpanzee social groups described by Goodall. Thus, some regard Goodall's observations as distortions of normal chimpanzee behavior.[6] Goodall herself (on several occasions) acknowledged that feeding contributed to aggression within and between groups:  "I didn't see aggression to start with. There's no question that chimpanzees become more aggressive as a result of crowding, as a result of competition for food." (J. Goodall) ...
  • AND
  • STOCKHOLM – A canny chimpanzee who calmly collected a stash of rocks and then hurled them at zoo visitors in fits of rage has confirmed that apes can plan ahead just like humans, a Swedish study said Monday.      ...      Santino the chimpanzee's anti-social behavior stunned both visitors and keepers at the Furuvik Zoo but fascinated researchers because it was so carefully prepared.     ...    According to a report in the journal Current Biology, the 31-year-old alpha male started building his weapons cache in the morning before the zoo opened, collecting rocks and knocking out disks from concrete boulders inside his enclosure. He waited until around midday before he unleashed a "hailstorm" of rocks against visitors, the study said.     .....     "These observations convincingly show that our fellow apes do consider the future in a very complex way," said the author of the report, Lund University Ph.D. student Mathias Osvath. "It implies that they have a highly developed consciousness, including lifelike mental simulations of potential events."  AP
  • AP  Monkeys recognize their pals in photos 
  • 30.Prehistoric Deities   Wikipedia  The existence of anthropomorphic images and half-human, half-animal images in the Upper Paleolithic period may further indicate that Upper Paleolithic humans were the first people to believe in a pantheon of gods or supernatural beings, though such images may instead indicate shamanistic practices similar to those of contemporary tribal societies. The earliest known undisputed burial of a shaman (and by extension the earliest undisputed evidence of shamans and shamanic practices) dates back to the early Upper Paleolithic era (c. 30,000 BC) in what is now the Czech Republic. However, during the early Upper Paleolithic it was probably more common for all members of the band to participate equally and fully in religious ceremonies, in contrast to the religious traditions of later periods when religious authorities and part-time ritual specialists such as shamans, priests and medicine men were relatively common and integral to religious life.[40] Additionally, it is also possible that Upper Paleolithic religions, like contemporary and historical animistic and polytheistic religions, believed in the existence of a single creator deity in addition to other supernatural beings such as animistic spirits.[116]
Paganism / Christianity comparison....Socyberty Samson and Hercules, Golden Apples and the Forbidden fruit, the snake in the Garden of Eden and the dragon that guarded the golden apples in the garden of the gods, Pandora’s Box and the temptation of Eve, the bible has a story of flood and in Greek mythology there is a story of a flood. God said, Let us make man in our image in Greek mythology Zeus said, “let us make man in the image of the gods”. The Greek god Bacchus was born on December 25 just like Jesus was and both Jesus and Bacchus were both crucified and died for the sake of mankind and they both rose again on the third day. There was also another pagan god named Attis in Turkish mythology who was crucified and was buried and rose again on the third day.    ....   Christians will look up their horoscopes in the daily newspaper but yet little do they realize the bible talks against Astrology and Astrology and horoscopes were practiced and developed by the ancient pagans.    ....    A lot of Christmas decorations that we put in our homes were pagan traditions as well. The Christmas tree was originally a pagan tradition, candy canes and holly wreaths decorated the pagan temples back in times of ancient Greece before the times of Christ. Don’t get me wrong I have very great respect for the Christian church and I will always defend the pagan faith and the old wisdom of our ancient ancestors, for if it wasn’t for the pagans we never would have had the hanging gardens, the pyramids, the colossus, or Stonehenge. But I really do think that people really need to be aware of what is going on and we all need to be more open minded, liberal in our spiritual beliefs and less hypocritical.  ... religious secrets,  religion secrets.
31.  Dating methods, Archeological
  • Magnetic Properties of Lead used to establish dates. Chemistry Professor Shimon Reich, a specialist in superconductivity, has demonstrated a method for dating artifacts based on the magnetic properties of lead, a material widely used in Israel and elsewhere in antiquity. Reich and coworkers found that at cryogenic temperatures, lead becomes a superconductor, but the corrosion products formed from centuries of exposure to air and water (lead oxide and lead carbonate) do not superconduct. On the basis of magnetic measurements and comparison with artifacts that were known (using other techniques) to be up to 2500 years old, the group showed that the mass of lead corrosion products is directly proportional to an object's age (New Journal of Physics, 2003, 5, 99)
  • Amino acid dating
  • Obsidian hydration dating - a geochemical method of determining age in either absolute or relative terms of an artifact made of obsidian
  • Rehydroxylation dating- for dating ceramic materials[5]
  • 32.  James Dobson and Jack Abramoff, ...   "As the Jack Abramoff scandal unfolds, it is becoming increasingly clear how extensively he collaborated with the Christian right to advance his casino schemes. Ralph Reed was paid no less than $4 million by Abramoff and his Indian casino clients to serve as a liasion to the Christian right. Reed managed to lasso Focus on the Family President James Dobson into a series of campaigns to stamp out competition to Abramoff's clients. Though Senate subpeonaed emails seem to confirm that Dobson was manipulated by Reed and Abramoff, he and his employees have repeatedly claimed that his activism against rivals to Abramoff's clients was a complete coincidence.    
  • and see Barbara Bush:
  • Barbara Bush striking resemblance to Aleister, master criminal.  All Bush election campaigns used the Christian Right to gain office.
  • and see Answers in Genesis, problems with homosexual behavior.  "Although the full set of causes of homosexual behaviour is not yet understood, a creationist orientation provides a theoretical foundation to both understand and help persons with this problem. The present approach used to understand and help homosexuals adjust to a heterosexual life has obviously not been very fruitful; most studies show a very low ‘cure’ rate."

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33.  CBS / NBC report on White House call boy ring, tied to Franklin Scandal Omaha, ,.A.As reported on CBS and NBC in 1989 by Tom Brokaw and Connie Chung,  .... .instances of child sexual and physical abuse linked to the Franklin Community Credit Union (Omaha, Nebraska) scandal.... boys and girls, some from foster homes were transported around the country by airplane to provide sexual favors.... tracked to the White House.  More search terms:  Offutt Air Force Base, Harold Anderson, World Harold, Robert Wadman, Chief of Police, Rusty Nelson, John DeCamp, Ronald Roskens, ConAgra, Kent State, Ak Sar Ben, Michael Aquino, Bonacci, pedophilia, mind control, sexual abuse, murder, Omaha cemetery, MKULTRA, Larry King, Lawrence King, GOP convention, Barney Frank

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34.  CBN Spiderman / Jesus ... "Despite some intense action violence and very light foul language, Spider-Man 2 has excellent lessons for older children and their parents. It teaches that people should use their talents, including their intelligence, for the good of all people and that self-sacrifice is a good thing. Otto’s wife tells Peter that her marriage is good because she and Otto work at it. Aunt May reminds Peter that people, especially children, need heroes and role models. These positive messages give added heartfelt depth to the story and characters."  Like its predecessor, Spider-Man 2 has a very strong Christian worldview. Although God, Jesus Christ, and the Bible are not specifically mentioned in the dialogue, the story wraps its theme of self-sacrifice and heroism in explicit visual Christian metaphors. There are visual references to Jesus Christ’s suffering on the Cross, His death and resurrection, the crown of thorns that the Romans placed on Christ’s head, and the biblical theme of moral and spiritual discipleship.    ....      The last metaphor or allegory is very interesting, because both Peter and his nemesis, Doc Ock, are torn between their negative or sinful side and their better natures. Doc Ock is a kindly, intelligent scientist who is seduced into evil by his ambitious pride and the evil mechanical voices in his head. Peter is seduced by his own selfish desires. Both must learn how to overcome their sinful natures and walk in a spirit of light rather than darkness. In that way, SPIDER-MAN 2 reflects the biblical passages in the Christian New Testament that talk about the battle between the two natures at war in the human spirit when someone accepts Jesus Christ as his savior and is born again. In this movie, Peter Parker and Spider-Man are not just a Christ figure, they are a symbol for all of us who are trying to be imitators of Christ for the benefit of our fellow man and the good of society. The movie skillfully blends this redemptive symbolism into its provocative theme on the nature of, and need for, sacrificial heroism.  CBN   more below
  • Above source Flikr, and interesting comment:  I feel Jesus is within almost all the original DC and Marvel heroes, despite so many having devil - like masks.  The Good Guy Jesus was Superman, the Angry Jesus was Batman, the Doubting Jesus was's hardly a revolutionary theory.  But Jesus wasn't warlike or competitive enough, just not damn manly enough - so capitalism and paranoia are our moral judges now. And the Incredible Hulk - confused, frightened, furious, id - ruled us. (I'm an atheist right from childhood sent to Christian schools.) ... and more search terms: Batman, Robin, Joker.

35.  Chimpanzee Spirituality The Case for Chimpanzee Religion -- Presents first comprehensive arguments for existence of chimpanzee spirituality, four modes of religious ritual, proto-metaphoric behavior with respect to transcendence; proposes de-anthropocentric cross-species definition of religion. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture. and some search terms:  Chimpanzees , bonobos , funerary practices, evidence of which is generally accepted as evidence of religious practice in Neanderthals. More controversially, they have also been observed performing what have been argued to be animistic rituals, worshipping inanimate objects and performing rain dances.
36.  Freemasons, and racism A.Wikipedia  Widespread segregation in 19th- and early 20th-century North America made it difficult for African-Americans to join Lodges outside of Prince Hall jurisdictions – and impossible for inter-jurisdiction recognition between the parallel U.S. Masonic authorities.   .....     Prince Hall Masonry has always been regular in all respects except constitutional separation, and this separation has diminished in recent years. At present, Prince Hall Grand Lodges are recognised by some UGLE Concordant Grand Lodges and not by others, but they appear to be working toward full recognition, with UGLE granting at least some degree of recognition.[20] There are a growing number of both Prince Hall Lodges and non-Prince Hall Lodges that have ethnically diverse membership.   ....  Members of Congress that belong,  according to Dan Brown (and see Lost Symbol): Joe Wilson ("you lie), Dick Fletcher, Eric Cantor, 13 signors of the Constitution, 14 Presidents, Charles Grassley, Howard Coble, Denny Rehberg, Jeff Miller, Robert Byrd, Nick Rahall.  more search terms: Knight Templar, 


37.  Da Vinci Code A.Wikipedia  The Da Vinci Code is a 2003 mystery-detective fiction novel written by American author Dan Brown. It follows symbologist Robert Langdon as he investigates a murder in Paris's Louvre Museum and discovers a battle between the Priory of Sion and Opus Dei over the possibility of Jesus Christ of Nazareth having been married to and fathering a child with Mary Magdalene.  ....   The title of the novel refers to, among other things, the fact that the murder victim is found in the Denon Wing of the Louvre, naked and posed like Leonardo da Vinci's famous drawing, the Vitruvian Man, with a cryptic message written beside his body and a pentacle drawn on his stomach in his own blood.   ...   The novel has provoked a popular interest in speculation concerning the Holy Grail legend and Magdalene's role in the history of Christianity. The book has been extensively denounced by many Christian denominations as a dishonest attack on the Roman Catholic Church.   ....    

 In the English-speaking world, the most vocal critic of Opus Dei is a group called the Opus Dei Awareness Network (ODAN), an organization that exists "to provide education, outreach and support to people who have been adversely affected by Opus Dei." ODAN is headed by Diane DiNicola, mother of a former member, Tammy DiNicola.[119] Other major critics are Maria Carmen del Tapia, an ex-member who was a high-ranking officer of Opus Dei for many years,[120] liberal Catholic theologians such as Fr. James Martin, a Jesuit writer and editor, and supporters of Liberation theology, such as journalist Penny Lernoux and Michael Walsh, a writer on religious matters and former Jesuit  Wikipedia

I38.  Heliocentrism in the Middle East A.Wikipedia  In the 2nd century BC, the Hellenistic astronomer Seleucus of Seleucia is said to have proved the heliocentric theory.[31] According to Bartel Leendert van der Waerden, Seleucus may have proved the heliocentric theory by determining the constants of a geometric model for the heliocentric theory and by developing methods to compute planetary positions using this model. He may have used trigonometric methods that were available in his time, as he was a contemporary of Hipparchus.[32]  more 

and Giordano Bruno, born Filippo Bruno (1548 – February 17, 1600), was an Italian philosopher, mathematician and astronomer best known as a proponent of heliocentrism and the infinity of the universe. His cosmological theories went beyond the Copernican model in identifying the sun as just one of an infinite number of independently moving heavenly bodies: he is the first man to have conceptualized the universe as a continuum where the stars we see at night are of identical nature as the sun. He was burned at the stake by authorities in 1600 after the Roman Inquisition found him guilty of heresy. After his death he gained considerable fame; in the 19th and early 20th centuries, commentators focusing on his astronomical beliefs regarded him as a martyr for free thought and modern scientific ideas. However, later assessments have challenged the description of his beliefs as scientific, and suggest that his ideas about the universe played a substantially smaller role in his trial than his pantheist beliefs about God.[1][2]    ...     In addition to his cosmological writings, Bruno also wrote extensive works on the art of memory, a loosely-organized group of mnemonic techniques and principles. More recent assessments, beginning with the pioneering work of Frances Yates, suggest that Bruno was deeply influenced by magical views of the universe inherited from Arab astrological magic, Neoplatonism and Renaissance Hermeticism.[3] Other recent studies of Bruno have focused on his qualitative approach to mathematics and his application of the spatial paradigms of geometry to language.  

Biblical references: In the King James Bible Chronicles 16:30 state that "the world also shall be stable, that it be not moved." Psalm 104:5 says, "[the Lord] Who laid the foundations of the earth, that it should not be removed for ever." Ecclesiastes 1:5 states that "The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth to his place where he arose."     and on Martin Luther: Wikipedia  There was an early suggestion among Dominicans that the teaching should be banned, but nothing came of it at the time. Some Protestants, however, voiced strong opinions during the 16th century. Martin Luther once said: "There is talk of a new astrologer who wants to prove that the earth moves and goes around instead of the sky, the sun, the moon, just as if somebody were moving in a carriage or ship might hold that he was sitting still and at rest while the earth and the trees walked and moved. But that is how things are nowadays: when a man wishes to be clever he must . . . invent something special, and the way he does it must needs be the best! The fool wants to turn the whole art of astronomy upside-down. However, as Holy Scripture tells us, so did Joshua bid the sun to stand still and not the earth."    ....     This was reported in the context of dinner-table conversation and not a formal statement of faith. Melanchthon, however, opposed the doctrine over a period of years.      ....     Some years after the publication of De Revolutionibus John Calvin preached a sermon in which he denounced those who "pervert the course of nature" by saying that "the sun does not move and that it is the earth that revolves and that it turns".[42] On the other hand, Calvin is not responsible for another famous quotation which has often been misattributed to him: "Who will venture to place the authority of Copernicus above that of the Holy Spirit?" 

and the Roman Inquisition  The Roman Inquisition was a system of tribunals developed by the Holy See during the second half of the 16th century, responsible for prosecuting individuals accused of a wide array of crimes related to heresy, including sorcery, blasphemy, Judaizing and witchcraft, as well for censorship of printed literature. The tribunals covered most of the Italian peninsula as well as Malta and also existed in isolated pockets of papal jurisdiction in other parts of Europe, including Avignon, in France. The Congregation of the Holy Office, one of the original 15 congregations of the Roman Curia created by Pope Sixtus V in 1588, presided over the activity of the local tribunals. While the Roman Inquisition was originally designed to combat the spread of Protestantism in Italy, the institution outlived its original purpose, and the system of tribunals lasted until the mid 18th century, when the Italian states began to suppress the local inquisitions, effectively eliminating the power of the church to prosecute heretical crimes.  Wikipedia    and Inquistion Wikipedia

39.  Sparta and pedophilia In the 2nd cenTheWhitePath, Writings of Mustafa Akyol   ....    excerpt of review of the movie "300":

It was no accident that Hitler was an admirer of Spartan militarism. The statues of the naked and heavily muscled “Aryan men” that Nazis raised all around were inspired from Ancient Greece. They were, just like the Spartans of “300,” praise to masculinism, and “fascist aesthetics.”    ...     Sparta, A Land of Homosexual Pedophilia    In their highly interesting book, “The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party,” Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams argue that even the “masochistic homosexuality” that was so widespread among the Nazis was linked to their masculinist spirit — which comes, again, from Sparta. The makers of “300” give you no hint, but actually the gallant soldiers of the Spartan army were mostly gays who were trying to show off to each other with their military skills. And it was not just among mature men: Sparta was a land of homosexual pedophilia. As Professor Lowell Lindemann of Princeton notes, “Spartan men would often take a young boy under their wing in a close-knit, mentor-type relationship which included sexual relations.”

40. Rothschild family, far richer than Gates or Buffett Wikipedia  Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812) was the founder of the Rothschild family international banking dynasty that became one of the most successful business families in history. In 2005, he was ranked 7th on the Forbes magazine list of "The Twenty Most Influential Businessmen Of All Time". The business magazine referred to him as a "founding father of international finance".[1] Rothschild's coin business grew to include a number of princely patrons, and then expanded through the provision of banking services to Crown Prince Wilhelm, who became Wilhelm IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel in 1785. Business expanded rapidly following the French Revolution when Rothschild handled payments from Britain for the hire of Hessian mercenaries. .... By the early years of the 19th century, Mayer Amschel Rothschild had consolidated his position as principal international banker to Wilhelm IX and began to issue his own international loans, borrowing capital from the Landgrave. ... In 1806, Napoleon invaded Hesse in response to Wilhelm's support for Prussia. The Landgrave went into exile in Schleswig-Holstein, but Rothschild was able to continue as his banker, investing funds in London. He also profited from importing goods in circumvention of Napoleon's continental blockade.    and more names:  Alphonse James de, Sir Anthony, Béatrice Ephrussi de, Bethsabée de, Charles, David Lionel de, David Mayer de, David René de, Edmond James de, Edmund Leopold de, Elie de, Emma, Sir Evelyn de, Guy de, Baron Ferdinand de, Hannah Primrose, Countess of Rosebery née Hannah , Henri James de, Henriette married Sir Moses Montefiore, James Armand de, James Mayer, Mayer Amschel de, Kathleen Annie Pannonica (Baroness Nica de Koenigswarter), Leopold de, Lionel Nathan, Miriam Louisa, Lionel Walter, Nathaniel de, Nathan Mayer, Nathan Mayer, 1st Baron of the United Kingdom, Nathaniel Charles Jacob, Nathaniel Mayer Victor, Nathaniel Philip, Philippe de
41.  Bible codes on US weapons
Bible codes on US weapons, Islamaphobia more   For years, many Islamic clerics have been arguing that the US's war on terror is a "holy war" against Islam. Now, those critics of US foreign policy have more ammunition to argue their point.A Michigan supplier of sights for high-powered rifles has long been etching subtle references to Jesus on equipment it sells to the US military, possibly in contravention of army regulations that forbid religious proselytization. Trijicon Inc., of Wixom, Michigan, describes itself as a company that "strives" to follow "biblical" morality, and the company is not shying away from its controversial and long-standing practice of enscribing references to New Testament passages on its rifle sights. The news that Trijicon etches biblical quotes on its sights was first reported at the Accurate Shooter blog on Friday, and expanded upon by ABC News on Monday. The company sponsors God's Great Outdoors, a radio ministry for Christian hunters on which the company's sales director, Tom Munson, has been interviewed. Trijicon's wordmark is listed as a "featured sponsor" on the radio show's Web site.  more
42.  Human Vestigiality In the context of human evolution, human vestigiality involves those characters (such as organs or behaviors) occurring in the human species that are considered vestigial - in other words having lost all or most of their original function through evolution. Although structures usually called "vestigial" are largely or entirely functionless, a vestigial structure may retain lesser functions or develop minor new ones.[1]   ....     Vestigial characteristics occur throughout nature, one example being the vestigial hind limbs of whales and snakes. Many human characteristics are also vestigial in other primates and related animals. The following characters have been or still are considered vestigial in humans. Wikipedia   Is Homosexuality human vestigial behavior?  Anthony "Tony" Campolo (born 1935) is a well-known, American pastor, author, sociologist, and public speaker known for challenging evangelical Christians (Wikipedia)  by illustrating how their faith can offer solutions in a world of complexity. With his liberal political  and social attitudes, he has been a major proponent for progressive  thought and  reform in the evangelical  community. He has become a leader of the movement called "Red-Letter Christian", putting the emphasis on the reported words of Jesus, found in many Bible publications in a red font.
  • "I have serious problems with fundamentalist Christians and their creationist theories. Although I believe that scripture is divinely inspired and infallible, I have a hard time going along with the belief that the whole creation process occurred in six twenty-four hour days. My skepticism is due, in part, to the fact that the Bible says that the sun wasn’t created until the fourth day of creation (Genesis 1:16-19). I have a hard time figuring how twenty-four hour days could have been measured before that."
  • Campolo was the subject of an informal heresy hearing in 1985 brought about by several assertions in his 1983 book A Reasonable Faith, particularly his claim that, "Jesus is actually present in each other person." The book became a hot button issue, and the controversy caused Campus Crussade for Christ  and Youth for Christ  to block a planned speaking engagement by Campolo.


43. Dating methods, Geomagnetic A geomagnetic reversal is a change in the orientation of Earth's magnetic field such that the positions of magnetic north and magnetic south become interchanged. These events often involve an extended decline in field strength followed by a rapid recovery after the new orientation has been established. These events occur on a scale of thousands of years or longer.   Geomagnetic polarity time scale.   ...   Record of Geomagnetic Polarity for ages 0-160 Ma. Reproduced from Lowrie(1997), "Fundamentals of Geophysics". Changing frequency of geomagnetic reversals over time.   The rate of reversals in the Earth's magnetic field has varied widely over time. 72 million years ago (Ma), the field reversed 5 times in a million years. In a 4-million-year period centered on 54 Ma, there were 10 reversals; at around 42 Ma, 17 reversals took place in the span of 3 million years. In a period of 3 million years centering on 24 Ma, 13 reversals occurred. No fewer than 51 reversals occurred in a 12-million-year period, centering on 15 million years ago. These eras of frequent reversals have been counterbalanced by a few "superchrons" – long periods when no reversals took place.[4]   ...   It had generally been assumed that the frequency of geomagnetic reversals is random, and it was shown in 2006 that the known reversals conform to a Lévy distribution.

Nucleocosmochronology, (Wikipedia)  also known as cosmochronology, is a relatively new technique used to determine timescales for astrophysical objects and events. This technique employs the abundances of radioactive nuclides in a way that is very similar to the use of C14 in dating archeological samples, save that the elements measured are typically uranium and thorium.   ...   Nucleocosmochronology has already been successfully employed to determine the age of the Sun (4.57±0.02 Ga, i.e., 4.57×109 years) and of the Galactic thin disk (8.3±1.8 Ga), among others. It has also been used to estimate the age of the Milky Way itself, as exemplified by recent study of the halo star CS31082-001. Limiting factors in its precision are the quality of observations of faint stars, and perhaps more importantly, the uncertainty of the primordial abundances of r-process elements.

Oxidizable carbon ratio dating  (Wikipedia) is a method of dating in archeology that can be used to derive the age of charcoal samples up to 35,000 years old. The method is still in the experimental stage and not universally accepted and rarely used (as compared with well establish methods like carbon dating. Successful usage by has been demonstrated for relative dating. Its accuracy for establishing an abolute date depends on calibration of within the context of the archaeological site.

An ice core is a core sample from the accumulation of snow and ice over many years that have re-crystallized and have trapped air bubbles from previous time periods. The composition of these ice cores, especially the presence of hydrogen and oxygen isotopes, provides a picture of the climate at the time.

Amino acid dating (Wikipedia) is a dating technique used to estimate the age of a specimen in paleobiology, archaeology, forensic science, and other fields. This technique relates changes in amino acid molecules to the time elapsed since they were formed.   ...   All biological tissues contain amino acids. All amino acids except glycine possess an asymmetric carbon atom, which means that the amino acid can have two different configurations, "D" or "L". With a few important exceptions, living organisms keep all their amino acids in the "L" configuration. When an organism dies, control over the configuration of the amino acids ceases, and the ratio of D/L moves slowly toward equilibrium, a process called racemization. Thus, measuring the ratio of D/L of a sample can allow calculations of how long ago the specimen died.These are all true and another definition for amino acid is small or tiny molecules that join together to make protein. So when you look at proteins you should be able to find amino acids

Obsidian hydration dating is a geochemical method of determining age in either absolute or relative terms of an artifact made of obsidian.


44. Ardipithecus Human evolution.  Ardipithecus is a very early hominin genus (subfamily Homininae). Two species are described in the literature: A. ramidus, which lived about 4.4 million years ago[1] during the early Pliocene, and A. kadabba, dated to approximately 5.6 million years ago[2] (late Miocene). In 1992–1993 a research team headed by Tim White discovered the first A. ramidus fossils — seventeen fragments including skull, mandible, teeth and arm bones — from the Afar Depression in the Middle Awash river valley of Ethiopia. More fragments were recovered in 1994, amounting to 45 percent of the total skeleton. This fossil was originally described as an Australopithecine, but White and his colleagues later published a note in the same journal renaming the fossil under a new genus, Ardipithecus. Between 1999 and 2003, a multidisciplinary team led by Sileshi Semaw discovered bones and teeth of nine A. ramidus individuals at As Duma in the Gona Western Margin of Ethiopia's Afar Region.[3] The fossils were dated to between 4.32 and 4.51 million years old.[4][5]. Ardipithecus 
45. Mandelbrot Fractals Mandelbrot, who had joint French and US nationality, developed fractals as a mathematical way of understanding the infinite complexity of nature.   ....   He spent most of his life in the US, working for IBM computers and eventually became a professor of mathematical science at Yale University.   "If you cut one of the florets of a cauliflower, you see the whole cauliflower but smaller," he explained at the influential Technology Entertainment and Design (TED) conference earlier this year.    ...    "Then you cut again, again, again, and you still get small cauliflowers. So there are some shapes which have this peculiar property, where each part is like the whole, but smaller."       .Fractal mathematics also led to technological developments in the fields of digital music and image compression.     ...    It has also been influential in pop culture, with the patterns being used to create beautiful and intricate pieces of art. One such design is named in his honour.

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