Friday, June 10, 2011

Swiss government offical demands protection of press, en route to Bilderberg

Dominique Baettig, a Swiss official has written a letter to the police at the Bilderberg meeting, demanding the protection of the press, and he is en route to the hotel where the meeting is being held.

In addition, several other Swiss government officials are present, and openly voicing their dissent, as well as at least one member of the EU Parliament, who was assaulted upon showing diplomatic credentials.


Breaking News: Italian EU Parliament Member Assaulted at Bilderberg, Switzerland

News is just breaking in the U.S. of the assault on EU Parliament member Mario Borghezio.
The story is being obfuscated in the U.S. media, it's the equivalent of a U.S. member of Congress being assaulted, and not reported upon, but the blackout cannot be continued.

Members of the Switz Parliament are currently both present, and on the way, to St. Moritz, the location of the meeting, and plan to vocally express their opposition to the meeting.

This news is even bigger than the Switz dissent, as it's involving Italian EU Parliament member Mario Borghezio.  Mr. Borghezio arrived at the Survetta Hotel, presented his diplomatic credentials, and was physically assaulted by private security, resulting in a bloody nose. In an interview with JulieNews Mr. Borgehzio stated he plans to press charges, thus guaranteeing that this issue will be forced to be seen.

Mario Borgehzio (image from )

Mr. Borgehzio is an outspoken, to say the least, politician, and the fact that he's getting involved should mean no less than fireworks. The fact that he's been personally injured is assuring that he's not going to drop this issue, and it's likely the Bilderberg group made a significant mistake in choosing which Parliament member to assault.

Many in the United States may not understand the significance of this, however, it's bombshell information. The fact that EU and Switz government officials are going to be present at protests is huge in its own right, however, the assault on members of government shows how the for show niceties are being thrown out, the tyranny is being made public, and the war is on.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Google Bomb: "Builderberg Protest" & "Protest Builderberg"

The annual Bilderberg conference is coming up this Saturday in Switzerland.

The "google bomb" for today will be "Bilderberg protest", and because "Bilderberg" often gets top results anyway, the reverse is also going to be used as today's google bomb, "protest Bilderberg".

For those who don't know how a Google bomb works, it involves flooding the Google search engine with the selected terms, over and over, so that it appears as the number one search term, and shows up as trending. This then causes other people to see it, who normally would not have, with those people checking out the top searches/trends it then only further increases the statistics, and the cycle continues.

Of course, this shouldn't be limited to Google only, anything people do towards the right direction helps. Be it a video on youtube, a blog, searching Google, word of mouth, supporting others. Do something.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Got Direct TV? Better Get TORNADO Insurance, or You Might Owe Big!

Freak Tornado Ravages Springfield MA, Direct TV Tell Customers to Pay Up    
hanover tornado.jpg
©Michelle Gilbert
Last week when a freak tornado, actually 7! freak tornadoes, ravaged Western Mass, an area very rarely ever hit by tornadoes. There have only been two other deadly tornadoes in MA since 1953.
One tornado is rare enough, but 7 touching down withing a very small time frame, all with a relatively close proximity to each other is the proverbial tornado in a haystack, sort to speak.  Town such as Springfield were only given a 10 minute warning to evacuate, and unfortunately there has been a confirmed 4 deaths from the incident.

While most of us worry about the loss of life, the destruction of all of an individuals property, and how to help those affected, the TV provider Direct TV (tm) has a different concern. They are concerned that within that 10 minute window to escape a massive storm, residents didn't properly remove their satellite dishes, grab their direct tv box's, and other Direct TV equipment, before leaving. I certainly would leave my child behind to save a satellite dish, as I'm sure most rational people would.

It is not so much that they are concerned their equipment wasn't saved, it's the fact that they are now charging residents to pay for lost or damaged Direct TV property. So to help with a campaign I heard on the radio this morning, on the "Jim and Margery Show - Boston FM Talks 96.9", I've posted the following:

The President & CEO of Direct TV's contact information:

Corporate Offices Phone #
Presidents name: Micheal White
VP of Customer Service VP of Customer Service Ellen Filipiak at
Please call up these kind folks, and inform them that the least they should do is write off the charges, what else you tell them to do....well use your imagination.

Photo: Hanover Middle School student Michelle Gilbert


Wednesday, June 1, 2011

President Obama Suggests a Moat & Alligators To Protect U.S. Border.

Congressman Joe Walsh (R-IL 8th) decided to upload a video to his account taking President Obama's mockery of the Republicans party calls for tighter border security, and the administrations stagnant stance on the issue.

A lot of people like to say things such as "tone down the vitriol", which is fine when we are handed perfectly worded satire pieces by our President.

Everyone should be involved in doing something to get out country going in the correct direction. From blogging, videos, anything. Even doing something small such as this video can get great effects achieved.

Cell Phones Have Led to Sins, but Confessing Them?

It should come as no surprise that cell phones have caused a fair amount of sins. Before cell phones with camera's there was no "sexting", and heated arguments are likely to occur over a phone, instead of directly.

Luckily, the Church has kept up with the times. Users of the "iConfess" app can now confess their sins on their smart phones, instead of having to go to Confession at an actual church.

There are some 1984 type activity that I am wary of regarding this app, and it's usage, however, I will touch upon that in a later segment.



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