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7/23/2012 12:14:43 PM

Thank you Rashbell for your thoughts and it would be wonderful if every nation could gather in love but I can't see that happening with the climate of hate and power struggles so prevalent today. We just have to keep telling ourselves that God is in control and is the highest power of all. Have a blessed week.


Render Unto Caesar

13And they sent unto him certain of the Pharisees and of the Herodians, to catch him in his words.

14And when they were come, they said unto him, Teacher, we know that you are true, and care for no man: for you regard not the person of men, but teach the way of God in truth: Is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar, or not?

15Shall we give, or shall we not give? But he, knowing their hypocrisy, said unto them, Why tempt you me? bring me a penny, that I may see it.

16And they brought it. And he said unto them, Whose is this image and superscription? And they said unto him, Caesar's.

17And Jesus answering said unto them, Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's. And they marveled at him.

Is time for every Nation to join to gather in Love,

And ask God Bless us and for give us of hour sins

7/23/2012 12:20:29 PM

Happy Monday Mike and Helen, I've heard these rumors for a long time now but have not seen positive proof. If you think about it though, look at the point this world has come to where so many steps are having to be taken to either protect property or lives. Drive around in some of the crime ridden neighborhoods and you'll see metal security doors and windows. Oh how I long for the good old days when no one ever locked their doors and a man's words was as good as any contract. How times have changed. I know there are still a lot of good people in the world but the number of bad ones just seems to be increasing more and more. :(

PS: Mike I see your trash can has reappeared. :)



Hello Mike

Your video did not work so I went to YouTube and Searched
FEMA Concentration Camp in Beech Grove Indiana
and found the following video...

Before you get ready to get fried, think about these things .....

The signs I saw seemed indicate that this is an Amtrak compound. The wire fences with barbed wires on top are to keep vandals out. I didn't see any giant furnaces but then I wouldn't know what they look like.

Young people think it is very funny to concoct these stories and put them on video to fool everyone.

How do we know that all those stories about reducing the population are true or false. We don't know. Bill Gates spoke on TED about reducing population. If he was in on a plan to kill of people with vaccinations, do you think he would stand there and tell the world that? I don't think so.

His plan is to use vaccinations (of Depo Provera) for birth control and I think he meant voluntarily. Do I agree with his plans? Absolutely not! But then I know a lot about Depo Provera and its horrible side effects. I am all for trying to get people to stop breeding like flies and I bet these people don't want all those children either but it won't be as easy as Bill Gates thinks it will be.

Christians argue that God said " fruitful and multiply". Yes, but when He said that, there were only 2 people in the world.

In my opinion, Bill Gates is completely duped and is being used by the powers that be and doesn't know it. It's a shame he is wasting all the money on something he probably would not want to support if he knew the truth. He has also bought Monsanto lies about GMOs lock, stock and barrel.

Here's a comment I found in the comments section under the 'FEMA' video....

"Funny video. My dad just retired from there. It's a train repair facility, not a damn concentration camp. There is no bravery in getting this footage. It's crappy footage and that is a public road the guy is driving on. I was just on that road an hour ago on my way home. Part of the footage is of the tire store across the street."

Rest easy



10_1_136.gifI don't know how true this is, however when a neighbor told me about it, I had to check it out.

FEMA Concentration Camp in Beech Grove Indiana

I drove by there about five years ago and noticed that there was a Barbed wire fence all the way around it. There has been nothing in the news indicating that there were plans to build a prison. This is only eight miles away from where we live, and if it is true I worry for Shirley and I and others that need to rely on the government for help. There are many other stories on You Tube about secret camps throughout the U.S. being erected for the purpose of Mass Depopulation. Is this really what our society has come to?



7/23/2012 12:29:39 PM

Thanks Helen and yes this is just another case of a legal system upside down. Since this young lady is 17, I am assuming the young men involved are about the same age and certainly old enough to know better. That is something I have never understood or agreed with and that is that anyone under the age of 18 can commit a criminal act without being publically identified. I wonder if this law is in every state, I know it is back in Tennessee, but here in Florida I've seen the names of 15, 16 and 17 years old on the local websites so I'm guessing it's not the law here.


Hello Evelyn

Great idea for a forum!

I hope Savannah tells the whole world who those slime pails were and I hope the whole world makes a big uproar if she is charged for telling their names. They are disgusting swine.

Savannah is not the one who did anything wrong; it was the boys who should be shamed and ashamed instead of hiding behind court protection.



Hello everyone, got something on your mind you want to talk about and let everyone know how you really feel? This thread is for anyone to post on any subject they want to, whether it be political, religious or any other controversial topic. All I ask is that no one posts any ads because those will be deleted. So have fun but don't always expect a reply from me, it may be a subject I don't care to respond to. :)

Articles like this one is one of the reason I wanted to start another thread. I was appalled when I read this as I think a lot of others will be too.

07/21/12 03:56 PM ET

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A 17-year-old Kentucky girl who was upset by the plea deal reached by a pair of teenagers who sexually assaulted her is now facing a contempt charge for tweeting their names in violation of a court order.

The Associated Press does not normally report the names of sexual assault victims, but Dietrich and her

The boys' attorneys have asked a judge to hold Dietrich in contempt for violating the confidentiality of a juvenile hearing and the judge's order not to speak about it.

Dietrich told the paper she was assaulted in August 2011 by two boys she knew when she passed out after drinking at a gathering. She learned months later that pictures of the assault were taken and shared with others.

"For months, I cried myself to sleep. I couldn't go out in public places," she told the newspaper, as her father and attorneys sat nearby. "You just sit there and wonder, who saw (the pictures), who knows?"

Dietrich's attorneys want her contempt hearing open to the media, arguing she has a First Amendment right to speak about her case and to a public hearing.

The boys' attorneys, however, have asked to keep the hearing closed.

The contempt charge carries a possible sentence of 180 days in jail and a $500 fine.

The boys pleaded guilty on June 26 to first-degree sexual abuse and misdemeanor voyeurism. Dietrich says she was unaware of a plea agreement until just before it was announced in court.parents say they do not want to shield her identity and want her case to be public.

She could not say what the proposed punishment was because of the court order, but said she feels like it was a slap on the wrist.

The teens are to be sentenced next month, and the judge could reject or modify the terms of the proposed agreement.

When Judge Dee McDonald admonished everyone at the hearing not to speak about what happened in court or about the crime, Dietrich said she cried.

"They got off very easy ... and they tell me to be quiet, just silencing me at the end," she said.

Afterwards Dietrich tweeted, "They said I can't talk about it or I'll be locked up. ....Protect rapist is more important than getting justice for the victim in Louisville."

David Marburger, an Ohio media law specialist, said Dietrich should have tried to get the courts to vacate the gag order rather than simply violating it.

But Gregg Leslie, interim executive director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, said Dietrich should "not be legally barred from talking about what happened to her. That's a wide-ranging restraint on speech."

Leslie said this sort of issue is becoming more common.

"In the past, people would complain to anyone who would listen, but they didn't have a way to publish their comments where there would be a permanent record, like on Facebook and Twitter, for people to see worldwide," he said.

Dietrich said she just needed to stand up for herself. "I'm at the point that if I have to go to jail for my rights, I will do it."

7/23/2012 12:31:56 PM

Study: Energy-Saving Light Bulbs Can Cause Skin Cancer

Saturday, 21 Jul 2012

By Nick Sanchez

Energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulbs popular among environmentalists are harmful to skin, researchers at a New York university have found.

Phosphor coatings on the bulbs wear off, the
study from Stony Brook University on Long Island reported in the study published by in the journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology.

The scientists, led by Miriam Rafailovich, collected CFL bulbs from across Long Island to measure the amount of UV the bulbs gave off. They were alarmed thow many of the bulbs' phosphor coatings were lacking, causing them to leak significant levels of UVC and UVA.

“Our study revealed that the response of healthy skin cells to UV emitted from CFL bulbs is consistent with damage from ultraviolet radiation,” said Rafailovich.

“Despite their large energy savings, consumers should be careful when using compact fluorescent light bulbs. Our research shows that it is best to avoid using them at close distances and that they are safest when placed behind an additional glass cover.”

Healthy human skin tissue cells, including fibroblasts, a type of cell found in connective tissue that produces collagen, and keratinocytes, an epidermal cell that produces keratin, were damaged by the CFL radiation.

Old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs of the same intensity were found to have no adverse affect on the same cells.
7/23/2012 2:49:18 PM

Every time I read anything about this despicable group makes me see red. This so called "church" from what I've read are all members of the same family and there are several of them who are lawyers who's only means of support is suing people who oppose them. Well there are a lot of people who are beginning to fight back in a way that they can't be sued. I say kudos to people like this group who recently blocked them from staging a protest at another military funeral.

Westboro Baptist Church Protesters Blocked At Fallen Soldier's Funeral

The Huffington Post | By Posted:

A planned protest by the Westboro Baptist Church was overshadowed Saturday when thousands of supporters gathered at the funeral of a fallen soldier to block the radical church's effort.

Thousands of people in red shirts formed a "human wall" around the Columbia, Mo. church where 21-year-old

Westboro Baptist Church, an independent Kansas-based church known for its extreme ideology and widely condemned demonstrations, had indicated plans to picket the funeral. When Tori Smith, an acquaintance of Wyatt's, got wind of the protest plans, she decided to organize a small group of supporters to counteract the church's negative actions. Word of Smith's plans spread quickly, drawing thousands to the church on Saturday morning.

According to KBIA, the "red wall" was highly effective in fending off the small group from Westboro, who reportedly left the church area early in the afternoon.

The Columbia Daily Tribune relayed details on the outpouring of support:

Several times, Wyatt's parents, Randy and Sherry, and brother Chandler, came out of the church before the 1 p.m. service to greet and hug attendees.

"Thank you so much," Sherry Wyatt said on one occasion, holding a bouquet of red roses.

"The outpouring of love has been overwhelming," said Judy Baker, a close family friend. "It's so great to live in a community that is willing to honor the fallen. … This is what Americans are made of, and to see it on display is an experience I'll never forget."

Baker said her son summed it up when he said Columbia typically feels like a small city, "but today it feels like a town with everybody coming together," she said.

Westboro Baptist Church frequently pickets military funerals around the country, based on the group's belief that deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan are God's punishment for the United States' tolerance of homosexuality.

Last year, the group announced plans to "quadruple" their protest efforts following a Supreme Court decision that ruled such demonstrations are protected by the First Amendment.

Earlier this month, a counter-demonstration similar to the one at Wyatt's funeral proved equally effective. Students at Texas A&M University dressed in maroon t-shirts and formed a circle the funeral service for a fallen soldier. Westboro protesters never arrived at the event, according to reports.


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