01. Alice Walker into David Icke's Reptilian Shapeshifter Theories
Scroll down to the part where the interviewer says, “Our readers are aware of the existence of the shape-shifting reptilian extraterrestrials…” Well, of course. Who isn’t?
As Daniel Greenfield at Frontpage notes, Walker has written more about this irrefutable scientific truth on her blog. Here she reviews a book called Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More, by British lunatic 9-11 truther Iranian MOIS disinfo agent David Icke:
Earlier I wrote that David Icke reminded me of Malcolm X. I was thinking especially of Malcolm’s fearlessness. A fearlessness that made him seem cold, actually, though we know he wasn’t really. All that love of us that kept driving him to improve our lot; often into quite the wrong direction, but I need not go into that. What I was remembering was how he called our oppressors “blue eyed devils.” Now who could that have been? Well, we see them here in David Icke’s book as the descendants of the reptilian race that landed on our sweet planet the moment they could get a glimpse of it through the mist that used to cover it (before there was a moon). No kidding. Deep breath! Yes, before there was a moon! (Oh, I love the moon; can I keep it? Please?). Anyway, there they came, these space beings (we’re space beings too, of course, not to forget that). But they looked…. different than us. And they were.
They wanted gold and they wanted slaves to mine it for them. Now gosh, who does this remind us of? I only am asking. You do the work. Apparently their own planet needed this metal to continue its, apparently, long life. Credo Mutwa, Zulu shaman – and I am on my knees here in gratitude that he held on long enough to tell us about this – calls them the Chitauri, which has become my favorite word of all time (well, of this time that I’m learning all this): my partner and I go around saying Oh, Chitauri, whenever we get a glimpse of one or two of the Chitauri offspring, aka Illuminati bloodline families and their puppets, on the telly. It’s quite the stress reliever, just knowing what we’re looking at. And I like saying “telly” too, because it sounds so English and David Icke-esque. Truthfully our “telly” is our laptops.
02. At least twenty people killed as train derails in Spain - report
Irish Times At least 20 people were killed when a train derailed outside the northern Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela today, state media and witnesses said.
...Another witness told the station they had heard an explosion before seeing the derailed train. Galician TV and state radio reported at least 20 people had died, citing witnesses.
Could this be terrorist attack on college dorm with Amerian and other international students?
Spokane woman hurt in Paris fire
- Spokane woman was at University of Washington studying abroad.
- fire at Sciences Po in Paris, an elite international university.
- killed five people in Paris.
- fire Thursday that began in a stairwell.blaze broke out about 3 a.m. in a northeast Paris apartment block.
- Five people were killed, including women from the U.S., Australia and Sweden were killed. Dozens were injured.
- Four of the dead had jumped from upper-story windows
- Sciences Po described the school as an “innovative and proactive teaching and research institution.”
El Pais cited sources close to the investigation saying the driver stated immediately after the crash that he had been traveling at 118 mph on the curve, which had a speed limit of 49 mph. [seems the driver here is the single point of failure. Does not make sense he was deliberately travelling that fast to make up for late schedule unless that was a cover story for deliberately trying to crash the train. Like an experienced pilot who claims he was not watching the airspeed on landing]
comment: dials vs digial I am an old and ancient military fighter pilot who spent many happy years training pilots to fly high performance jets. One of the key things I use to impress on my students was the need to monitor two things continuously during a landing, runway aspect and speed. I would get them to repeat the mantra, Runway Aspect, Speed, Runway Aspect, Speed et infinitum. This ensured that they only concentrated the absolute minimum number of things that mattered during the approach and landing. It seems that the computer engineers have made the operation of the aircraft systems that more time is spent trying to manage the automation than is spent flying the aircraft. Our aircraft with their "steam driven" instruments were simple, on finals if the ASI needle was at 10 O'clock I was going to land successfully, if it went to 9 O'clock I said 3 Hail Mary's and 2 Our Fathers, because I was going to stall and die. If it got to 11 O'clock I was going off the end of the runway. In a modern airliner to ascertain your speed from the digital read-out you have to take in 2 or three pieces of data rather than just looking at the needle position. Add to that an extremely complex computer system that may be doing something that you didn't ask it to, or thought you didn't ask it to and you have a recipe for disaster.... some of the blame must lie with the FMS designers many of who have never flown an aeroplane
comment: Yet no one in the same media will just come out and plainly state the obvious: the fault obviously lies with the two "nuts" between the seats and the control yokes. Funny how all this "automation" hasn't caused a 777 to fall to the ground before, with thousands of other pilots and aircraft, all of whom have to deal with the same automation. Or is it more convenient (or plainly lazy) of the press to try to blame this on Boeing, for some reason?http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2011/12/19/margaret-cho-i-was-once-kim-jong-il/ There is no way of knowing what happens in North Korea and what doesn’t. What happens in North Korea stays in North Korea.North Korea is an unsolved mystery. I once had family there, and now the family ties, cut for so long because of the separation of the Koreas into north and south, have healed over into non-existence. Perhaps there is a scar there, an infinitesimal tear in some great grandmother’s conscience, but I don’t even know her. No one in my family remembers her name, so it’s like she never existed. We from the south and we from the north now are separate and at best, indifferent. At worst, hateful in the terrible way of civil war and the brutal animosity of a country divided is capable of. Do we despise ourselves more when we are ourselves?I felt sick and sad for the people on the North Korean side of my family who died without ever getting to know me, or hating me just because we happened to live on one side of the border 07. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/07/25/is-this-the-future-of-food/
More Miyazaki: the next opus from the grandmaster has arrived, a historical drama called “The Wind Rises,” and it looks incredible — and it’s already Japan’s biggest movie of the year to date. Check out the teaser trailer here, and cross your fingers for a quick U.S. release.
08. Media shying away from Huma Abedin's Muslim B'hood connectionshttp://shoebat.com/2013/07/25/why-did-limbaugh-avoid-the-real-huma-abedin-scandal/
11. Benghazi hero fought alongside fallen SEALs, still recovering at Walter Reed ,http://fxn.ws/138spH0
12. Ex-Marine Indicted in Slaying of Former Navy SEAL Sniper Chris Kyle
Eddie Routh indicted for shooting deaths of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield
Dallas Morning News (blog) - by Tristan Hallman - 1 day ago
Accused killer of slain Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is indicted