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26 M Mosinee, WI

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Mostly vegetarian
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Less than $20,000
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Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
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English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
"In the early 1960s, America's top military leaders reportedly drafted plans to kill innocent people and commit acts of terrorism in U.S. cities to create public support for a war against Cuba." - ABC News

"After four weeks of testimony and one hour of deliberation, the jury in the wrongful-death case found that Loyd Jowers as well as ''others, including governmental agencies'' had been part of a conspiracy. The jury awarded the King family the damages they had sought: $100, which the family says it will donate to charity." - NY Times

"There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that, in addition to Mr. Jowers, the conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband."

"Because he took on those forces, powerful economic forces that dominated politics in this land, they
killed him. He was killed because he could not be stopped. He was killed because they feared that half a
million people would rise in revolution in the capitol of this country, and do what Mr. Jefferson said
needed to be done every 20 years, to cleanse this land. This land has not been cleansed. This nation has
not faced the problems that Martin Luther King, Jr. died trying to face and confront. They still exist
today, the forces of evil, the powerful economic forces that dominate the government of this land and
make money on war and deprive the poor of what is their right, their birthright. They still abound and
they rule." - William Pepper

“Gramma said when you come on something good, first thing to do is share it with whoever you can find; that way, the good spreads out where no telling it will go. Which is right.”
--The Education of Little Tree

"The greatest purveyor of violence in the world today--my own government." - MLK

"We’ve committed more war crimes almost than any nation in the world, and I'm going to continue to say it. And we won't stop it because of our pride and our arrogance as a nation." - MLK

"We heard that the FBI attempted to destroy one of our greatest leaders in the field of civil rights, and then replace him with someone of the FBI's choosing.
From the evidence the committee has obtained, it is clear that the FBI for decades has conducted surveillance over the personal and political activities of millions of Americans. Evidently, no meeting was too small, no group too insignificant to escape their attention. It did not seem to matter whether the politics of these Americans were legal or radical or whether the participants were well known or obscure. It did not matter whether the information was intimate and personal. The FBI created indexes, more commonly called enemy lists, of thousands of Americans and targeted many of the Americans on these lists for special harassment." - (Sen. Walter Mondale, US Senate Church Committee (1975)

"One of the documents that was given to me by one of these researchers was a CIA document that had a stamp on it that said somewhere at the top there “must a Negro who is clean,” who can step into the vacuum of chaos once Dr. King is exposed or assassinated." - Cynthia McKinney, former Congresswoman
p.69 - aspirations to kill non-violent protesters again


MLK speech (the poor people's campaign was what he called the second wave in civil rights, it was the only way he believed we could end racism, poverty and militarism):

the white rose collective:

counter culture
little hippie/lotta' leftist
i agree with black and native american nationalism
movies, music and other arts and crafts and stuff

“The reactionary suicide is ‘wise,’ and the revolutionary suicide is a ‘fool,’ a fool for the revolution in the way Paul meant when he spoke of being a ‘fool for Christ,’ That foolishness can move mountains of oppression; it is our great leap and our commitment to the dead and the unborn.”
– Dr. Huey P. Newton, I Am We, or Revolutionary Suicide

If you read the FBI files you will see that even Mr. J. Edgar Hoover himself had to say that it was not the guns that were the greatest threat to the internal security of the United States of America; it was not the guns, it was the Free Children’s Breakfast Program that was the greatest threat to the internal security of the United States of America.
-The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975, A Huey P. Newton Story (PBS)

We Want Education For Our People That Exposes
The True Nature Of This Decadent American Society.
We Want Education That Teaches Us Our True History
And Our Role In The Present-Day Society.
-The Ten Point Program

"They killed Huey cause they knew he had the answer."
-Dead Prez, Propaganda

idk if huey was killed by the FIB (get it?), but i think king might have been. and it's a known fact they killed fred hampton. so whether they pulled the trigger on malcolm, king, jfk, or rfk is irrelevant, because they pulled the trigger on fred. they did have a million COINTELPRO papers on Huey P. Newton (later got his doctorates). They even clandestinely protected him awhile due to the fact that his death would cause so much revolt, despite the fact they did horrible things to him.

the FBI sent MLK a letter to try to get him to kill himself. "stop now before we bare your fraudulent, filthy self before the nation, there is but one way out for you, you better take it now, you're done, satan could do no worse, you are an abnormal beast," etc. was some of the wording.

"the militarization of space is a real threat to survival a serious threat to survival."
-noam chomsky

Acts 17: 21 (All the Athenians and the foreigners who lived there spent their time doing nothing but talking about and listening to the latest ideas.)

a documentary i watched in one of my classes said 2/3 of what people talk about is gossip. i suppose more anti intellectualism was most of the rest of the third. not that the bible's some great historical source, but
#don't be an idiotus (what the creators of democracy, the athenians, called the apoliticals)
What I’m doing with my life
working. educating myself. drinking bolt house and eating humus.

"there's plenty of stuff in the pentagon papers that never made it to public." - noam chomsky

it's our job to inform the public of this stuff. gore vidal couldn't even get a list of countries we invaded since WWII into "progressive" papers. thank william blum for bringing together a mini encyclopedia of our own history--"a forgotten history of the CIA."

Al Jazeera News Director Resigns over Modifying Iraq War Coverage

The top news director at the Arabic news network Al Jazeera has stepped down following the disclosure he changed the network’s Iraq War coverage following pressure from the United States. Diplomatic cables released by the online whistleblower WikiLeaks show the news director, Wadah Khanfar, held private meetings in which U.S. officials presented him with complaints about Al Jazeera’s coverage of the Iraq War. One cable shows Khanfar removed images of wounded Iraqi civilians from Al Jazeera’s coverage following a U.S. request. Khanfar is quoted in the cables as stressing the need to keep his collaboration a secret.
I’m really good at
wishing no harm on any being

being honest

being myself and not giving a care what's pop

completing video games
(i'm not a huge gamer and i haven't played video games in a long time but some of them are fun, a gamer girl i think would be kinda cool or one that at least plays mario)

fucking grammar

impersonating other people
The first things people usually notice about me
idk my face? my eyes? that they don't look at my body/clothes and try to profile?

that i'm a retarded, annoying bastard

how badly they want to punch me in the face
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
books: the CIA: a forgotten history (or Killing Hope by William Blum), The War at Home by Brian Glick, A People's History (Zinn), the COINTELPRO Papers (Churchill), We Want Freedom (Mumia Abu Jamal), Amy Goodman's stuff, Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald, Chris Hedges, Namoi Wolf, Cornell West, Cynthia McKinney, Bruce Gagnon, Dahlia Wasfi, the Plutonium Files, The Family (Sharlett), Reza Aslan, Johan Galtung, Noam Chomsky, Michio Kaku, Stephen Hawking, Gore Vidal, Daniel Ellsberg, Fred Hampton, Huey P. Newton, Albert Einstein, M.K. Gandhi, MLK, Orwell, Jefferson, Jesus, Buddha, Arabic poets, Indian Sans, the Raft is not the Shore, Vietnam: Lotus in a Sea of Fire, ancient texts, mythos, knowledge, books on religion, healing, rituals, culture, clothing, crafts, etc. hegemony or survival, blackwater, static, the last crusade: martin luther king, jr., the fbi, and the poor people's campaign, the tao te ching, bhagavad gita, thich nhat hanh's stuff

movies: documentaries. arsenal of hypocrisy, pax americana and the weaponization of space, COINTELPRO 101, the black messiah murders, poison dust, beyond treason, the power of nightmares, century of self, the end of america, what dreams may come, vanilla sky, what's eating gilbert grape, the shining, the exorcist, the island of dr. monreau, session 9, jacob's ladder, in the mouth of madness, the dead trilogy, a clockwork orange, the jerk, the graduate, one flew over the cuckoo's nest, punch drunk love, freddy got fingered, the toxic avenger, brazil, anything with fairuza balk, the crow, the craft, etc.

shows: workaholics, simpsons, family guy, south park, H channel, discovery, nat. geo, are you afraid of the dark, weeds, six feet under, carnival, twin peaks (haven't watched it yet, just bought first season), the x-files, tales from the crypt
(i haven't have cable in years so i don't watch the h channel and stuff anymore. they have some lame stuff on their anyway)

music: tegan and sara, broadcast, the knife, human league, tears for fears, pet shop boys, rilo kiley, imogen heap, architecture in helsinki, camera obscura, dead prez, sade, suzanne vega, enigma, bon iver, buddha bar, moody blues, america, fleetwood mac, stp, giddings love for who (they were nominated for the Electronic Album of the Year in the Madison Area Music Awards)

food: sandwiches and stir fries, basically all food, spicy foodz, chocolate, greens, purples, onions, garlic, humus, bolt house drinks

video games: SILENT HILL, tomb raider, gta, resident evil, metal gear, mario, donkey kong

i want to live in silent hill or in a zombie infested world. no, but i wish i could have a reoccurring saga-dreams of this.
The six things I could never do without
glasses (very bad sight)
inhaler (infinite puffs) - could more than likely live without
survival knife (infinite sharpness)
a partner or another human(s)
ancient texts, movies, music, video games (solar panels, wind mills)
marijuana para fumar
I spend a lot of time thinking about
what to do in a society that's gone "Nazi".

'Bertell declares it's all about money. "War and money make the world go around. When you have money, you have to be prepared to go to war to protect it and that is the main concern of corporations and governments.''
This may sound cynical coming from a nun, but Bertell snaps, "Once your eyes are open, you can't close them again.'''

'June 12, 1982, there was a huge demonstration in New York City that day. Almost a million people were protesting against nuclear weapons, at that time the height of the Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union. I watched it on television and after it was over they cut away to a right-wing conference, and the speaker that day was a man by the name of Lieutenant-General Daniel Graham. And at that time, he was Ronald Reagan’s head of SDI, Strategic Defense Initiative. Someone said, “General Graham, aren’t you worried about that demonstration in New York today? They say there’s almost a million people there protesting against nuclear weapons.” He said, “No, I think it’s fantastic. They’re out there protesting against inter-continental ballistic missiles, and we’re moving into space. They don’t have a clue. Let them keep doing what they’re doing.”'

"So when you hear powerful, moving stories of the people who have been victimized by the nuclear fuel cycle, when you realize that we now "shoot" nuclear waste into other peoples' backyards, you realize that this story is obscene. We're talking about laying the groundwork for perhaps a war of crimes, a war crimes investigation to crimes against ordinary people. And this is a message that has to go out. And yet, where do we see the national media here? I don't see network news. I don't see Channel 2 or Channel 4 [covering this story about crimes against humanity and the movement to stop it]. I don't see the big media today. It just goes to show you that "the revolution is not going to be televised." And it just goes to show you that we have "freedom of the press" if you happen to own one."
-Michio Kaku

"I would tell you that we're so dominant in space that I would pity a country that would come up against us,"
- Gen. Blaisdell, the Air Force's director of space operations and integration

"One is the Davos meeting of "the masters of the universe," to borrow the term used by the world's leading business journal, the London Financial Times,"

chomsky writes in "hegemony or survival" on page 227 how weaponizing space ("space superiority" as the pentagon calls it) will cement US hegemony and China fears this, as do all the 177 nations for PAROS.
On a typical Friday night I am
doing stuff. bars then dance club can be fun. like good places though. i have to be drunk if i dance, and i kinda suck at it.

usually i'll be at my friends or staying home watching a movie with my dad and little brother. reading, internetzing 8 up

ELAINE BROWN: We'd go out, we'd drive along some schoolyard or something, and there are like 200, 300 people waiting there for Fred to show up. And the phenomenal part was, I mean, these are all people from the streets, I mean, who are not going to get up and go to work or anything else, and never had no discipline and never would. But there they were, and it was 6:30 in the morning, freezing Chicago weather. And Fred would have them out there doing pushups and jumping jacks and getting themselves energized for the day's work, which included making the breakfast, which included selling papers, which included working in the medical clinic, which included a bunch of stuff. This was a very day to day kind of thing of the Black Panther Party. And you have Fred out there rallying them, and he'd say, "All right, all right, all right, power to the people." Everybody'd say, "Power to the people." He'd say, "Now, I'm not going to die on no airplane." They'd say, "No." "I'm not going to die slipping on no ice." They'd say, "No." He'd say, "I'm going to die for the people because I'm going to live for the people." They said, "Right on." He said, "I'm going to live for the people because I love the people." And they'd say, "Right on." And he'd say, "I love the people, why?" And they'd say, "Because we're high on the people, because we're high on the people." And that was Fred Hampton. When you saw this, this was 21 years old, it was unbelievable. You could not not be moved by Fred Hampton.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
This "gang war" resulted in the killing of four BPP members by members of US and in numerous beatings and shootings. Although individual incidents in this dispute cannot be directly traced to efforts by the FBI, FBI officials were clearly aware of the violent nature of the dispute, engaged in actions which they hoped would prolong and intensify the dispute, and proudly claimed credit for violent clashes between the rival factions which, in the words of one FBI official, resulted in "shootings, beatings, and a high degree of unrest . . in the area of southeast San Diego."" Book III cntl+F search key words

In 1976, Congress passed the Indian Health Care Improvement Act. This
measure gave tribes the right to manage or control Indian Health Service pro-
grams. Native American tribes have taken over many IHS facilities and have
started their own health services. While the sterilizations that occurred in the
1960s and 1970s harmed Native Americans, Indian participation in their own
health care since 1976 has strengthened their tribal communities. Sterilization
abuse has not been reported recently on the scale that occurred during the
i97os, but the possibility still exists for it to occur. The Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare does not audit Indian Health Service programs; it only
audits the computer records on reported sterilizations that do not meet the
guideline's requirements. Until the department conducts full audits on all ster-
ilizations that the federal government funds, sterilization abuse will continue
to concern Native Americans.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 20–40
  • Located anywhere
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
you have a good protest to go to. you're into muckracking and spreading the word.



kabir says: you better loose yourself in Ram
he said some interesting things. i should totally muck rake and do this, wouldn't need to be homeless, but it would be fun. the pure beings he speaks of haven't changed the world, they live a life little would want to aspire to.

you can teach me something.

“The word jihad, often mistranslated as “holy war,” appears only four times in the Qur’an…The verb (jahada) means to strive or struggle. The term for war is harb; “holy war,” therefore, would be harb muqaddas" (Hussain, 117).

you wanna go to a zombie parade, fairy land, or burning man

you like beers and playing side scrolling mario, donkey kong games (you have a sequel to einhander, or like games. super nova, darius twins, 1941)

horror films are awesome, vulgarity is really funny. i love being spooked. like flashlighting around in old decrepit buildings and stuff.

hiking, museums, antique stores, trfift stores, storefronts, stuff

you wanna learn karate

you wanna chop stuff up with a katana

you want to tell me how you believe life began and how you believe it will end, or if humans or consciousness will learn to live longer than the sun.

you wanna go live with Start Loving in DC:
or Concepcion Picciotto for that matter, since both occupy. there was a british dude that occupied his whole life, but he just recently died. very sad.

you want to grow a million pounds of food on three acres.

"salvation of humanity lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted." - MLK