Thursday, January 29, 2015

The Superbowl odds are ripe for ... SNAKE i's

I been picking up a lot of chatter and looking at all the omens and odds in a C-hawkish way ... as I realize that the U.S. (Government) has a target on back, and it's list of advasaries grows even bigger.. (Yeah, I not that big of a fan of the Gov either, but realize it's a ness-a-scary evil that Wii all have to deal with...  )
But like the odds change from one team to win over another ... I see that the closer the game comes the more negative vibes (as in something bad happens) I am picking up. As I see it just as a game... Though it appears it has become a target that is seen as "American Football"

So as a seer, I put out this warning as "odds" have grown to where I can not just stay quite... as if I where to roll the dice and have to make a call ... with the ARITHMITIC CODE ... I call this day,
"Snake eyes" ...
I was not sure if I should post something, but I did pray b4 I went to sleep and recieved this ":wave: hi -technical version box  :computer: ... 2 Wii ...... (So take this as a "Warning" ) as I been given this Z-message

MP3 odd?

Unread postby Gus Who » Thu Jan 29, 2015 8:01am 
A friend from high school (MARK) days that I use to play soccer with, but was also a baseball player showed up and wanted to play soccer with, but I am slightly injured and am nursing a broken foot, and can't run yet... So I told him I could not ... But I went with him and watched ... them play "football" (soccer) 

Mid-way through the game he stop playing in the middle of the action and ... We drove to a store were we pick up a package.. He called it MP3 .. it was all rapped up in brown paper ... and he unwrapped it - it was a box (that's when I woke up) 

I been picking up subliminal messages about the Super Bowl ... as odds are that there is a good chance of something happen to disrupt the game ...

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Hands up! This is murder- by Nazi American Police

This is a prime example of Nazi-America 

This is Pre-meditated and these cops should be charged for the Murder of a citizen. He was just a passenger in a car and no reasonable person would be expected to know if a gun is in a glove compartment... 
The guy had his hands up... and it was reported by all news sources as he stated he was getting out of the car and laying on the ground...

Though the cop repeatedly stated he was going to murder him if he move! These cops do not have the right to use this kind of force ... 
   Society should insist on "Justice" for all...

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Ukraine war started

This seems to be it... The start of thing as Russia is going to take over Ukraine-
news just broke ...
Ukraine crisis: Rebels 'begin offensive' on Mariupol

The rocket attacks came a day after the rebels rejected a peace deal and announced they were going on a multi-prong offensive against the government in Kiev to vastly increase their territory. The rebel stance has upended European attempts to mediate an end to the fighting in eastern Ukraine, which the U.N. says has killed nearly 5,100 people since April.
Mariupol, a major city under government control, lies between mainland Russia and the Russia-annexed Crimean Peninsula. Heavy fighting in the region in the fall raised fears that Russian-backed separatist forces would try to capture city to establish a land link between Russia and Crimea.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Marley ...

More news that shows the problem as religious leader and political leader Marley in on CHARLIE! 

PM on Pope comments: 'There is a right to cause offence'

Prime Minister David Cameron has disagreed with a comment made by Pope Francis, who warned against mocking others' religions. 
Following the attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo, the Pope made his point by saying someone who insulted his mother could "expect to get punched".
But Mr Cameron, speaking to CBS News, said the media had the right to publish material that was offensive to some.
Twelve people were killed by militant Islamists in the attack in Paris.
A policewoman and four people at a kosher supermarket died in separate attacks in the French capital earlier this month. 
'Right to offence'
Speaking to the Face the Nation programme on the American TV channel CBS, Mr Cameron was asked how to "find the right balance" after the Pope defended freedom of expression but said there were limits to freedom of speech. 
The pontiff had said religions should be treated with respect, so that people's faiths were not insulted or ridiculed. 
Mr Cameron replied: "I think in a free society, there is a right to cause offence about someone's religion. 
"I'm a Christian - if someone says something offensive about Jesus, I might find that offensive, but in a free society I don't have a right to, sort of, wreak my vengeance on them."
He said as long as publications acted within the law, they had the right to publish any material, even if it was offensive to some. 
Former Bishop of Oxford Richard Harries, writing in the Independent on Sunday, also suggested the Pope had been wrong to make the comments. 
He said: "I am a great admirer of the Pope, but when, to make the proper point that we should not insult the faith of others, he said his assistant could 'expect a punch' if he cursed his mother, I was aghast. 
"The reference to a punch could easily be taken for a justification of violence in response to insult." 
'Poisonous death cult'
Asked about the current threat of terrorism, Mr Cameron, who is on a visit to the US, said: "Frankly, we've been in this struggle against extremist Islamist terrorism now for well over a decade and a half, so we know what it takes to win. It's going to take a lot of perseverance."
He said that, while the threat had "changed and altered", it was "still based on the fundamental problem of a poisonous death cult narrative, which is the perversion of one of the world's major religions".
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and American secretary of state John Kerry, will host international talks in London later this week to discuss the progress made in tackling the Islamic State group. 
The extremist group has seized large areas of territory in Iraq and Syria since last year. 
Mr Cameron's interview will be broadcast on CBS News later on Sunday.

Friday, January 16, 2015


This dream is about the ghost of CHARLIE ... 

Probably wanting me to see if this is part of the 20,000 league under the sea.


Unread postby Gus Who » Wed Jan 14, 2015 11:50 am

I had a intense dream this morning in which I found myself in a state of mind that had me as a young man hanging around a "dream woman" in which we knew each other for a while as real close friends... and we were getting deeper... but- 

Dream skips.. I am being asked to play another role... :? "Marley" 

I had no clue of Marley role ... I was told he was a no show ... I kind of thought of the "Ghost" of Marley ... I did not want to take a role that I did not know the character

Unread postby aussie_musician » Wed Jan 14, 2015 8:42 pm 
but ...  :lol: 

there's always a "but" ..

what happend in the skipped part ??

do you mean Bob Marley ??

do you know the woman from the dream ??

Unread postby Gus Who » Wed Jan 14, 2015 10:52 pm 
Yes- The woman from the dream would of been my ideal dream girl...
In this dream ... We kissed ... and I felt like I melted in to her lips... (Though we were both young in the dream)

During the skip,... I felt like if I was an actor backstage or something and was just sitting around waiting for others as people around me wanted to play this "Marley" ...

I was not even sure of the "Marley" character in the dream and kind of thought of the "Ghost" ... Did not think of Bob Marley until I googled the word to see if it meant anything ...


Unread postby Batman » Thu Jan 15, 2015 12:50 pm 
After pondering over this and praying on it ... as I went to sleep -
I woke up in the middle of the night to get the scoop  :icecream:
That Marley was CHARLIE ... and the Dream Girl was in France named Paris ... as I felt spiritually connected with this over the days prior ... and also kind of disconnected as "CHARLIE Brown" character is an "Aaugh" ...


I thinking that it wants me to go/look in depth with this situation... as I saw it as a problem that could of been dealt with... Prior

Re: Marley

Unread postby Batman » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:49 am 
aussie_musician wrote:eh  :?:

I am picking up this new Ghost "Marley Hebo" if you dug into the "Hari-Kiri"" of how it transformed ... 

This quote is from Wiki
Hara-Kiri editions, subtitled "Journal bête et méchant" ("Stupid and vicious magazine"), were constantly aiming at established powers, be they political parties or institutions like the Church or the State. In 1961 and 1966 the monthly magazine was temporarily banned by the French government.

Hara-Kiri Hebdo becomes Charlie Hebdo

In November 1970, following the death of Charles de Gaulle at his home in Colombey-les-Deux-Églises, the weekly Hara-Kiri Hebdo bore the headline « Bal tragique à Colombey : 1 mort » (Eng: "Tragic ball in Colombey: 1 death").

The choice of the title refers to a tragedy of the same month: a fire at a discothèque where 146 people were killed. The chosen title was somehow downplaying the gravity of de Gaulle’s demise, by suggesting a comparison with a tragedy which had just earlier resulted in the loss of many more people. The government felt this editorial choice was an offence of lèse-majesté against the deceased President. As a result, the magazine was immediately and permanently banned from sale to minors and publicity by the minister of the interior Raymond Marcellin.

Charlie Hebdo was started immediately afterwards. Charlie in the title refers to General de Gaulle (said Georges Wolinski); but it was the name of another magazine from Éditions du Square Charlie Mensuel, named after the character Charlie Brownfrom Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts.

Now do you get the eh - AAUGH ... 
Gus Who wrote:AAUGH...


... or Doo I have to sing :whistling: Eee-Iii- Eee- Iii- Ohhhhh! for you to see that even the ghost of Marley has the Pope making a  :dusto: jab at comical relief by Mother Mary to play LuCy with the football off the  :harhar: + (tee ...s :toothless: )

Marley ghost is kind of floating around someplace and this dream is wanting me to put some English on the football...

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Yapity yap yap!

Netanyahu, as well as Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, joined other world leaders at Sunday's Paris march in memory of 17 people killed in Islamist terror attacks last week, among them four Jews.
At a news conference in Ankara on Monday with Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, Erdogan said he could "hardly understand how he (Netanyahu) dared to go" to the massive march in the French capital.
The Turkish president urged Netanyahu to "give an account for the children, women you massacred" and accused him of leading "state terrorism" against the Palestinians.
In his retort on Wednesday, Netanyahu said: "I've yet to hear any world leader condemn the comments by Erdogan, not one.
"He said that Israel should not have been represented in the march in Paris, and the reason he gave, was our actions to defend our citizens against the thousands of rockets hurled at our cities by the terrorists of Hamas," he added.

Hmm... Everyone can see where this is going! 

Monday, January 12, 2015

People have poor "Vision" when it comes to war

I find it hard to believe not that many "readers" did not see and understand how this precursor sign to the all out war that is shaping up... (Now... this winter) 

So when you see standing in the holy place ‘the abomination that causes desolation,’ spoken of through the prophet Daniel—let the reader understand— then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains. Let no one on the housetop go down to take anything out of the house. Let no one in the field go back to get their cloak. (‭Matthew‬ ‭24‬:‭15-18‬ NIV)

One would think that World leaders would be able to see the signs or at least take note to some of ... Well I had a dream that told me about Jew and Gentiles in a War again.. which I read to be starting up now.. (Meaning from the "Abomination to End" which happen this winter)

Not so black and white

I am not sure where I stand on this... In November 1970, the former French president Charles de Gaulle died in his home village of Colombey-les-Deux-Églises, eight days after a disaster in a nightclub, the Club Cinq-Sept fire, which caused the death of 146 people. The magazine released a cover spoofing the popular press's coverage of this disaster, headlined "Tragic Ball at Colombey, one dead."[6]As a result, the weekly was banned.
In order to sidestep the ban, the editorial team decided to change its title, and used Charlie Hebdo.[1] The new name was derived from a monthly comics magazine called Charlie (later renamed Charlie Mensuel, meaning Charlie Monthly), which had been started by Bernier and Delfeil de Ton in 1969. The monthly Charlie took its name from the lead character of one of the comics it originally published, Peanuts'Charlie Brown. Using that title for the new weekly magazine was also an inside joke about Charles de Gaulle

 as I liked the Snoopy character from my view in the Peanut gallery.  Though it sounds like I'd group "CHARLIE (Brown) as Anti-Religion propaganda in a religious War... (I am all 4 "free speech" but realize that cartoons like ghosts can be good or bad spirits and thereby be labled ...) 
    This I believe is just part of a start to ... a I had ... "20,000 league under the sea" dream that had had a Squid ... Maybe some of this ink work coming to the surface.  

'I am not Charlie:" cracks in the unity after Paris attacks

By Ingrid Melander
PARIS (Reuters) - The world outpouring of sympathy after the deadly "Charlie Hebdo" attack has touched many in France but some either detect a note of hypocrisy or feel squeamish about supporting a satirical weekly that antagonized many.
President Francois Hollande's government insists freedom of expression must not be curtailed out of fear of further attacks, and authorities have got fully behind a spontaneous "Je suis Charlie" ("I am Charlie") social media campaign of solidarity.
But scepticism has emerged on the one hand from surviving Charlie Hebdo workers who reject some of the support for them as insincere; from others who found the weekly plain offensive; and others who question the human rights records of the 40-plus world leaders taking part in Sunday's unity march in Paris.
"There are so many big words being said about freedom of expression and democracy. But where was the support (for it) before? There wasn't that much proof," 26-year-old math student Nalo Magalhou said of some of the political and media reaction.
While far less popular than #JeSuisCharlie ("#IamCharlie"), the #IamNotCharlie hashtag has also appeared on Twitter. 
To be sure, there is a fringe minority on the Internet who have praised the attacks that killed 17 in three separate attacks over three days and culminated in the siege of a kosher deli in eastern Paris.
But more significant is the body of people who say that while they outright condemn the attacks, they still cannot bring themselves to support a newspaper that mocked religions.
"It would be too easy (to say) I am Charlie," Belgian blogger Marcel Sel wrote on his website. 
Horrified by the attacks he unreservedly condemns, he said it would be "cowardly" to pretend he is "Charlie" while he had harshly criticized some of its cartoons on Islam in the past. 
Zakaria Moumni, a 34-year-old Franco-Moroccan draped in the French flag at the Place de la Republique rally point for Sunday's march has a very different reason to think there are cracks in the facade of unity.
"Some heads of state and government simply should not be there when they crack down on freedom of expression in their own country. It's hypocritical," said the former Thai box champion, who says he had been tortured in Morocco and had received support from NGOs such as Human Rights Watch when jailed there.
Morocco has rejected accusations of torture and last March filed a legal complaint in France against them.
For veteran Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Bernard Holtrop, the problem is with some of the paper's new "friends." 
Holtrop, famous in France under the name of Willem, said he was happy if people worldwide marched to defend freedom of speech. But asked about support from Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders, he said: “We vomit on all those people who are suddenly saying they are our friends."
"We’ve got a lot of new friends – the pope, Queen Elizabeth, Putin. I’ve got to laugh about that," he said. Willem says he is alive only because he does not like going to weekly staff meetings and was not in the Paris office when two gunman erupted and killed his colleagues and two policemen.
(Additional reporting by Thomas Ecritt in Amsterdam; editing by Mark John and Anna Willard)

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Expect more...


Postby Gus Who » Wed Jan 07, 2015 3:09 pm 


Loose-C 'Je Suis Charlie' message up as it goes viral after Paris attack... in this code.

... it's not like CHARLIE, could not see this coming... as this is about the peanut gang ... Spirituality and Religious Beliefs...

:wideeye: Clearly everyone should of seen this coming... There were plenty of signs! 

The Dark Soul wrote:You done with spamming your own thread to boost your post-count up?

But yes, as a dark knight I shadowed your comet to bring it in this AD!  :toothless:

Friday, January 2, 2015

WAT's hap-pen-in ...

... For dose dat's followin along the dotted line .... Here is the news in Israel and the "legal mumbo jumbo" as Jews and Gentiles go to war (jail/ hell) and do not collect the money for circling the monopoly board. 

Israel's troubles are just beginning: Enter the Palestinian 'nuclear option'

Events of the last 48 hours are the best evidence of Israel's perilous standing in the international community.

The cries of victory heard at the Prime Minister’s Office and Foreign Ministry last night after the UN Security Council rejected the Palestinian resolution to end the occupation were premature. Just a few hours later, as Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas signed the Rome Statute and sought to join the International Criminal Court in The Hague, it was understood that Israel’s troubles have only just begun.
Frustration following the defeat at the United Nations, combined with internal political pressures, forced Abbas to make the move he has avoided for the last six years. All along, the United States and Israel have made it clear to the Palestinians that the court in The Hague is a red line. But despite the warnings from Washington and the threats from Jerusalem, Abbas utilized his “nuclear option,” otherwise known as the International Criminal Court.
Many officials in Israel’s political-defense establishment are concerned about the Palestinians joining the ICC. They’re quickly writing horror movie scripts about legal wars against Israel that won’t be taking place in courts lacking authority, but rather in the most respected judicial system in the world. Israel could see indictments against IDF commanders, or arrest warrants for CEOs of companies that build in the territories, or even complaints filed against Israeli politicians.
Horrifying scenarios aside, the reality is more complex, and there’s no need for panic. Like with every “nuclear option,” it is complicated, and it takes time to prepare. The justice mill that is The Hague churns out its rulings very slowly, and issuing indictments is a long process. In addition, the ICC prosecutor understands full well the significance of the Palestinian effort, and will not be quick to become a tool in the political-diplomatic struggle between the two sides.
Also like every “nuclear option,” using it is dangerous for the attacker as well as the attacked. By joining the ICC, the Palestinians will also expose themselves to counter-complaints over rocket fire from Gaza and suicide bombings on Tel Aviv buses. As in the Cold War, the principle of MAD – mutually assured destruction – could create a balance of deterrence. Each side would bombard the other with complaints until they can no longer breathe.
Most important is how Israel will react. The upcoming election does not bode well for the ability or desire of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon or Economy Minister Naftali Bennett to deal with the Palestinian move as they see fit. Based on the initial reactions from politicians to Abbas’ move, participants in the ministerial meeting Netanyahu convenes today will be competing fiercely over who can propose the harshest punishment.
The Palestinian bid for statehood in the United Nations in November 2012 also took place during election season. Netanyahu formed his response with the leaders of his election campaign, almost without consulting any professionals whatsoever. The result was an incredibly disproportional wave of settlement construction, a declaration to build in the ultra-sensitive E1 area, and an international rift that almost ended with Britain and France recalling their ambassadors.
It is unclear if Netanyahu learned the appropriate lessons. Based on his position in the polls, the expected radicalization of the Likud Knesset slate, and his lust for right-wing votes, Netanyahu is liable to respond in a way that would diminish the Palestinians’ joining of the ICC, and turn Israel into the focus of international pressure yet again, making the prospect of EU sanctions that much more possible.
Even if Abbas didn’t begin the process of joining the ICC, the “diplomatic victory” declared by Netanyahu and Lieberman would have been tactical and short lived. It did not solve the problem, it only postponed it. Netanyahu managed to do what he does best – buy more time. But not much more. Within weeks or months the UN Security Council will be back, and this time with members more favorable to the Palestinians, and the issue will be raised again.
Events of the last 48 hours are the best evidence of Israel’s difficult standing in the international community. They are testament to serious problems caused by six years of inaction and lack of creative diplomatic initiative. In the end, the day will come when blocking maneuvers and evasive measures simply won’t be enough.