The Baltimore Studio
The Baltimore Studio are no more than LAPD Officers using a voice synthesizer to disguise themselves. This construction is a form of Profiling and Entrapment. Identity is a key. The Studio members are presented as MSM. The Journal is being continued here:
Obama: America Does Not Torture
Desert Shores CA
January 9, 2009
Here we have a public statement regarding the hypocrisy of Barack Obama. HE HAS LIED DURING HIS CAMPAIGN AND WE NOW HAVE TO WAIT FOR HIS INAUGURATION.
Chemical Ali Receives 4th Death Sentence
Blythe CA Ehrenberg AZ
January 17, 2010
7:14 a.m. PT, Sun., Jan. 17, 2010
BAGHDAD Saddam Hussein's notorious cousin Chemical Ali was convicted and sentenced to death by hanging on Sunday for ordering the gassing of Kurds in 1988, killing more than 5,000 in the worst such attack ever against civilians.
It was Ali Hassan al Majid's fourth death sentence for crimes against humanity in Iraq. The previous three have not been carried out, in part because survivors of the poison gas attack on the Kurdish town of Halabja wanted to have their case against al Majid heard.
Relatives of Halabja victims cheered in the courtroom when chief judge Aboud Mustafa handed down the guilty verdict against al Majid, one of the chief architects of Saddam's repression and among the last to face trial.
Nazik Tawfiq, a 45 year old Kurdish woman who said she lost six relatives in the attack, fell to her knees to pray upon hearing the verdict.
"I am so happy today," she said. "Now the souls of our victims will rest in peace."
Another senior figure in Saddam's regime, former Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz, suffered a severe stroke over the weekend and cannot speak, his son said Sunday. Aziz was the international face of Saddam's regime for several years. He was convicted and sentenced to prison for his involvement in the forced displacement of Kurds in northern Iraq and the deaths of Baghdad merchants in the early 1990s.
Al Majid earned his nickname because of his willingness to use poison gas against the Kurds. The 1988 killings remain a source of deep pain, particularly for Iraq's Kurds. Many in Halabja still suffer physically from the effects of the nerve and mustard gas that were unleashed on the village at the end of the Iran Iraq War.
Sense of Injustice
Survivors feel a sense of injustice that Saddam was hanged for the killings of Shiites following a 1982 assassination attempt, but did not live to face justice for the Halabja attack.
The gassing of the town was considered the most extensive use of chemical weapons on civilians in history.
The court also convicted and sentenced other former officials to jail terms on Sunday for their roles in the Halabja attack.
Former Defense Minister Sultan Hashim al Taie faces 15 years in prison, as does Iraq's former director of military intelligence, Sabir Azizi al Douri. Farhan Mutlaq al Jubouri, a former top military intelligence official, was sentenced to 10 years.
Evidence against the defendants included eyewitness accounts, official documents and films seized after the fall of Saddam's regime, and military correspondence among commanders.
Al Majid faces three previous death sentences for atrocities committed during Saddam's rule particularly government campaigns against Shiites and Kurds in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
He was previously sentenced to hang for his role in a brutal crackdown against the Kurds in the late 1980s, known as the Anfal campaign, that killed hundreds of thousands.
The court later issued separate death sentences for his role in the 1991 suppression of a Shiite uprising and for a 1999 crackdown that sought to quell a Shiite backlash to the slaying of Grand Ayatollah Mohammed al Sadr.
The earlier death sentences against al Majid have not been carried out in part because of a desire by victims of the gas attacks to see him tried for one of the former regime's most vicious attacks.
Another obstacle was a political dispute involving al-Taie, who was also sentenced to death along with Chemical Ali in the Anfal trial.
Vice President Tariq al Hashemi, a Sunni, and President Jalal Talabani, a Kurd, have both refused to sign the execution order against al Taie, who signed the ceasefire with U.S. led forces that ended the 1991 Gulf War. Al Taie is a Sunni Arab viewed by many as a respected career soldier who was forced to follow Saddam's orders in the purges against Kurds.
The three member presidency council must approve all death sentences, and the failure to find agreement on al Taie delayed the execution of al Majid as well.
Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki, a Shiite, has pushed the presidency council to approve the death sentences pending against al Majid and al Taie.
Al Taie surrendered to U.S. forces in September 2003 after weeks of negotiations. His defense has claimed the Americans had promised al Taie "protection and good treatment" before he turned himself in.
Many Sunni Arabs saw his sentence as evidence that Shiite and Kurdish officials are persecuting their once dominant minority by using their influence over the judiciary.
Another reason for the delay is that the Kurds from Halabja have also been pushing to have their day in court with al Majid.
Mohammed Saeed Ali, a Kurdish city official in Halabja, said al Majid ought to be hanged in Halabja to bring closure to victims' relatives.
"Chemical Ali massacred us and we want to see him getting what he deserves," he said.
Amnesty International Denounces Chemical Ali Execution
Blythe CA Ehrenberg AZ
February 9, 2010
Amnesty International has denounced the execution of Chemical Ali. I am inclined to disagree, Ali Hassan al Majeed, aka Chemical Ali received a punishment that was well earned and swiftly compensated on victim's side.
Bhakta David Nollmeyer
January 26, 2010
Amnesty International deplores the execution in Baghdad of Ali Hassan al Majeed, also known as Chemical Ali, for his involvement in one of the worst atrocities committed under the government of Saddam Hussein.
Ali Hassan al Majeed had been sentenced to death for a fourth time on 17 January for ordering a poison gas attack on the town of Halabja in 1988, which killed more than 5,600 members of Iraq's Kurdish minority, many of them children and women.
He was executed by hanging on Monday following his conviction by the Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal (SICT), which was set up to deal with crimes committed by the former government of Saddam Hussein.
Amnesty International has repeatedly expressed concerns about trial proceedings at the SICT, which have been undermined by political interference and fall far short of international standards for fair trial.
"Despite the enormity of the crimes of which Al Hassan al Majid was convicted, we deplore his execution and consider it a step backwards," said Malcolm Smart, Amnesty International's Middle East and North Africa Director.
"In fact, it is only the latest of a mounting number of executions, some of whom did not receive fair trials, in gross violation of human rights."
The execution of al Majeed comes at a time when the Iraqi authorities are making increased use of the death penalty. Currently, more than 900 prisoners are reported to be on death row, many of whom could be executed in the near future. Many were sentenced to death by the Central Criminal Court of Iraq after trials that failed to conform to international standards of fair trial.
Al Majid had been sentenced to death for genocide and crimes against humanity in three previous trials before the SICT.
"The execution of Al Hassan al Majid was long expected and, no doubt, many people who suffered because of the crimes of which he was found guilty will see it as bringing to a close a very sad, a very bad, chapter in Iraq's history," said Malcolm Smart.
"However, all executions brutalize society and in Iraq, where killing has become the order of the day, the time has come to say 'Enough!'"
Anthrax Investigation Closed
Blythe CA Ehrenberg AZ
February 23, 2010
WASHINGTON The FBI sought to close the book on it's long, frustrating hunt for the killer behind the 2001 anthrax letters Friday, formally ending it's investigation and concluding a mentally unhinged scientist was responsible for killing five people and unnerving Americans nationwide.After years of false leads, no arrests and public criticism, the FBI and Justice Department said Dr. Bruce Ivins, a government researcher, acted alone.
Ivins killed himself in 2008 as prosecutors prepared to indict him for the attacks. He had denied involvement, and his family and some friends have continued to insist he was innocent.
Investigators had tried earlier to build a case against biowarfare expert Steven Hatfill, who had worked for a time in the same military lab as Ivins, but ultimately turned away from that theory and had to pay him a multimillion dollar settlement.
Many details of the case have already been disclosed, but newly released FBI documents paint a fuller portrait of Ivins as a troubled doctor whose life's work was teetering toward failure at the time the letters laced with anthrax were sent. As the U.S. responded to the mailings, that work was given new importance by the government, and he was even honored for his efforts on anthrax.
The documents also describe what investigators say was Ivins' bizarre, decades long obsession with a sorority. The anthrax letters were dropped in a mailbox near the sorority's office in Princeton, N.J.
The letters were sent to lawmakers and news organizations as the nation reeled in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Postal facilities, U.S. Capitol buildings and private offices were shut for inspection and cleaning by workers in hazardous materials "space suits" from Florida to Washington to New York and beyond.
In closing the case, officials also released reams of evidence, and a 92 page summary of their findings.
To the FBI's critics, the mountain of new documents could not paper over what they say are glaring holes in the case.
Further Freedom of Information Resources
Marc Faber Predicts Dirty War
Blythe CA Ehrenberg AZ
March 2, 2010
Investment Adviser Marc Faber has predicted a Dirty War scenario for the United States. My cellphone has blown up, I have already complained to the FBI that the Colorado River is despoiled. I have also criticized Barack Obama winning the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize.
Leo Lewis, Asia Business Correspondent
The world’s most powerful investors have been advised to buy farmland, stock up on gold and prepare for a "dirty war" by Marc Faber, the notoriously bearish market pundit, who predicted the 1987 stock market crash.
The bleak warning of social and financial meltdown was delivered today in Tokyo at a gathering of 700 pension and sovereign wealth fund managers.
Dr Faber, who advised his audience to pull out of American stocks one week before the 1987 crash and was among a handful who predicted the more recent financial crisis, vies with the Nouriel Roubini, the economist, as a rival claimant for the nickname Dr Doom.
Speaking today, Dr Faber said that investors, who control billions of dollars of assets, should start considering the effects of more disruptive events than mere market volatility.
"The next war will be a dirty war," he told fund managers: "What are you going to do when your mobile phone gets shut down or the internet stops working or the city water supplies get poisoned?"
His investment advice, which was the first keynote speech of CLSA’s annual investment forum in Tokyo, included a suggestion that fund managers buy houses in the countryside because it was more likely that violence, biological attack and other acts of a "dirty war" would happen in cities.
He also said that they should consider holding part of their wealth in the form of precious metals "because they can be carried".
One London based hedge fund manager described Mr Faber’s address as "excellent, chilling stuff: good at putting you off lunch, but not something I can tell clients asking me about quarterly returns at the end of March."
Dr Faber did offer a few more traditional investment tips, although their theme fitted his general mode of pessimism.
In Asia, particularly, he said, stock pickers should play on future food and water shortages by buying into companies with exposure to agriculture and water treatment technologies.
General Sheehan Testifies Dutch Negligent In Sebrenica
Blythe CA Ehrenberg AZ
March 20, 2010
World Water Day
Blythe CA Ehrenberg AZ
March 25, 2010
The celebration of World Water Day essentially focuses on LDC countries. California is emerging as the mother of all basket cases as the hedonistic culture here continues to accept ritualistic worship of blatantly corrupt leaders that look away while the water resources are destroyed.
Saving half the water lost through leaky pipes and ill maintained sewage networks could supply 90 million people with clean water, says a UN report released on World Water Day.
By Mike Pflanz, Correspondent March 22, 2010
Dirty water is killing more people than wars and other violence, the United Nations announced on World Water Day.
Almost all dirty water produced in homes, businesses, farms, and factories in developing countries is washed into rivers and seas without being decontaminated.
And up to 60 percent of supplies that have been purified to the point that they are potable are lost through leaky pipes and ill maintained sewage networks, according to a report released today. Saving half of these lost supplies could give clean water to 90 million people without the need for costly new infrastructure, says the UN.
"The sheer scale of dirty water means more people now die from contaminated and polluted water than from all forms of violence including wars," the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) said.
This includes 2.2 million people whose deaths are attributed to diarrhea, mostly from dirty water, and 1.8 million children aged under five who succumb to water borne diseases. This equates to one infant every 20 seconds.
The findings were presented during a three day conference held in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, to coincide with the annual focus on clean and sustained water supplies for a human population expected to grow by 50 percent in the next four decades.
"If the world is to survive on a planet of 6 billion people heading to over 9 billion by 2050, we need to get smarter about how we manage wastewaters," Achim Steiner, UNEP’s director, said in a press release. "Wastewater is quite literally killing people."
Rivers of Sewage In the Slums
Less than five miles from the downtown conference center hosting the water conference, Grace Gathura spent Monday morning as she always does, queuing for water at a communal tap in Nairobi's Kibera slum.
The shantytown, home to 1 million people largely ignored by the city authorities, is notorious for it's flying toilets.
Without decent latrines in their iron walled huts, people are forced to defecate into plastic bags, which are then unceremoniously thrown out of the door.
The waste is among the 2 million tons of sewage and industrial or agricultural waste that ends up in rivers and streams each day.
Most of those water sources are then also used for cooking and cleaning water.
"I have lived here in Kibera for 12 years, and it is only two years ago that this tap was constructed," Mrs. Gathura said. "Before, there were people selling clean water at prices which are too high for us. But even now, there are many of us who do not find clean water every day, and so many are sick."
According to the UNEP report, more than half of the world’s hospital beds are occupied by people struggling with illnesses linked to contaminated water.
"It may seem like an overwhelming challenge but there are enough solutions where human ingenuity allied to technology and investments in nature's purification systems such as wetlands, forests, and mangroves can deliver clean water for a healthy world," said Mr Steiner.
Aside from recommending a focus on fixing leaky pipes, the World Water Day meeting called for water recycling systems and multimillion dollar investments in sewage treatment works.
But, the UN added, just $20 million could pay for drip irrigation and tread pumps to draw water from wells, which could lift 100 million poor farming families out of extreme poverty.
Open Letter to GLADD
Blythe CA Ehrenberg AZ
April 3, 2010
This is a very quick memo composed to GLADD a LGBTi advocacy group. The trajectory of torture is disintegrating. It is in my interest to perform in an open, clean, and hard manner within the law.
This means creating authentic records in the face of unprecedented censorship and sanitization.
I am writing you today to express my concerns over the unrecognized Chemical Assault Scorched Earth. By observation your organization is concerned with the defamation and real world treatment of LGBTi persons. This is why my life history, legal records, and communications should be of the greatest concern to you.
I am strict heterosexual and a member of the ritvik Hare Krishna Movement. This states that I am not following a living diksa teacher (guru) as per se a living a pope. The ritvik platform tends to be more conservative but not exclusively.
This Chemical Assault Scorched Earth has been imposed my natural person. At a lower, but legal level, my United States Citizenship is also attacked.
I have accused LGBTi officers in Los Angeles Police Department of implementing what is now a FULL BLOWN SCORCHED EARTH.
I am focusing my personal and civil response on to sworn competent officials in the main. GLADD has lawyers that are members of the bar and their licensing requires that they report crimes.
I am in Ehrenberg AZ Blythe CA area along the Colorado River. The river is chemically despoiled. It is the source of drinking water for large areas of Southern California, Arizona, and Mexico.
Here the isolation of my person is also paired with propaganda that I am supporting same sex behaviors this false and irrational. Here is an example of what is driving this act of torture in LGBTi history.
The core concept is driven by same sex males of white European descent. They are using lesbian and bisexual females as a front. This will also hostage such persons and possibly implicate such if they willing take part of the conspiracy.
If I state that I am opposed to Gay practices. The methodology will state that it Gay only means lesbianism. They will then attempt to Gay Bait one as Male Same Sex Male MSM practitioner. They will state that this is due to ethnic nationalism. They will attempt to recruit a minority lawyer, possibly a Latino or African American to advocate me.
This is a notorious Strawman tactic. Not a logical use of distribution.
What has occurred is a what computer hackers call a Joe Virus. The directionality of the attack is against heterosexuals. It is blowing back against groups as GLADD and the Campaign for Courage.
There are many levels of analysis. Currently the Gay Marriage and the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell will be damaged against your interests.
The Chemical Assault Scorched Earth severely damages those who are HIV positive.
I will close now with this reference by that was made by Marc Faber. This event concerning my cell phone did happen. My Moto Q was destroyed because I wrote a refutation of Geir Lundestad and the Nobel Organizations choice of Barack Obama for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize.
Thank you for your consideration.
The Role of Michele Obama and Maria Shriver
June 18, 2010
As the historical escalation has now risen to 23 years of manifest Chemical Assault Scorched Earth,the role of the first ladies of both the presidency and governor's mansion has also risen in stature. This specific emergence is facilitated by impunity and exposes Presidential First Lady Michelle Obama and Governor First Lady Maria Shriver. Legally I am not sure what liability the two will incur. They are citizens and have intimate knowledge of their husband intents. Their age also exposes the pair to legal and historical scrutiny. Obama is 46 years of age and Shriver is 54. Barack Obama and I will both be 49 in August, Arnold Schwarzenegger is 63. It appears he will die before this event is prosecuted. In 2028 Obama will be 77 years old. Males live slightly longer. If Obama is targeted for a real prosecution his wife will most likely be alive also. Maria Shriver will be statistically dead if one argues that woman live to 79 years.
Both figures are mothers, Michelle with two children and Maria with four. All were born after June 17, 1987. I have no legal issue with these parties at present. These individuals have no concrete experience of life in America without convergent totalitarianism that their parents helped develop and evolve.
There is a catastrophic oilspill in the Gulf of Mexico which began on April 20, 2010 while I was in Blythe. This was committed by British Petroleum BP. The company has created a $20 Billion escrow for liabilities due Gulf residents. No such compensation has even been considered especially for California.
This polarized apperception by the sworn officials and the media creates a very severe differential treatment of citizens. All most all of the areas I have lived in have poor reputations on human rights. Schwarzenegger and Obama should be prosecuted. They do not look like they will step forward. It is also quite difficult for locals to take action because criminals may not receive anything. California would most likely go into bankruptcy attempting to pay and rely on the federal government.
I would be highly interested in seeing both Michelle Obama and Maria Shriver sworn under a Grand Jury to see then perform without the benefit of impunity.
Arsenic Poisoning in Bangladesh Largest in History
June 18, 2010
(CNN) It could be the worst mass poisoning in history. And the terrible irony is that it may all be due to an idealistic push to clean up drinking water for some of the world's poorest people.A new study published in British medical journal The Lancet says that up to 77 million people in Bangladesh are being exposed to toxic levels of arsenic, potentially taking years or decades off their lives. An international team of researchers from Chicago, New York and Bangladesh followed 12,000 people over the past decade, monitoring their arsenic intake and mortality rates from contaminated wells. By the end of the study, one in five deaths were determined to be directly related to elevated arsenic levels in their system. Stretch that over the entire population that takes its water from wells, and the impact is daunting. The problem has been known about for years, if not the overall deadly impact.
As far back as a decade ago, the World Health Organization called it "the largest mass poisoning of a population in history... beyond the accidents at Bhopal, India, in 1984, and Chernobyl, Ukraine, in 1986." Well meaning development groups had encouraged remote villages across Bangladesh to dig wells over the past decades, rather than rely on potentially contaminated surface water and dirty rivers. But now potentially a much worse problem has been found far below the surface.Arsenic is a deadly poison with a history of use in intrigue and assassination. Some have even theorized that Napoleon Bonaparte succumbed to long term poisoning with the substance by his enemies while in exile on the island of St. Helena. But the element and its derivatives are also used in many industries, such as metal smelting and as a component in products ranging from insecticide to microchips.
And unfortunately, it is also found in abundance in the soil and rock in Bangladesh. It's leached up through the water table in tens of millions of water wells across the country.The study showed that the top quarter of those exposed had a 70 percent higher mortality rate than would be expected in the population as a whole. The authors hope for more study, and a long term plan to deal with the damage already done. But a solution for those already poisoned may remain decades away. Other long term health studies have shown it takes 20 years for the negative morbidity effects of arsenic poisoning to dissipate, even after they stopped using contaminated wells.
Iranian Women Sentenced to Stoning
July 6, 2010
(CNN)Sajjad Mohammedie Ashtiani travels to a Tabriz jail in Iran every Monday to see his mother.And for 15 minutes each week, he speaks to his mother, Sakine Mohammedie Ashtiani, through the prison glass that divides them.Neither mother nor son ever know if the visit will be their last.
Convicted of adultery in 2006, Ashtiani has been sentenced to be stoned to death for her alleged crime. Originally sentenced to 99 lashes for her alleged "illicit relationship outside of marriage," Ashtiani endured that punishment in front of her then 17 year old son.
"The authorities asked if I wanted to wait outside. I said no. I could not leave my mother alone." Sajjad says it is a day he will never forget. But, he says, that day he thought the worst was over. "I was thinking, OK, they hit her, now it's finished. They told me this process was finished. She's done. She's free to go. "But then a judges' panel in Tabriz suspected Ashtiani of being involved in her husband's murder and re opened her case. She was cleared of the murder charges, but the panel re examined Ashtiani's adultery sentence, and based on unspecified "judges' knowledge," decided she should be put to death for the alleged affair. "At that time it should have been finished. They should have punished her only once," says her son. "Her documents say she is innocent. She paid for the crime five years ago. Human rights activist Mina Ahadi, herself forced to flee a death sentence in Iran almost 30 years ago, has also taken up Ashtiani's cause, working with Sajjad and his sister Farideh to get their message out.She says pressure from outside Iran can make a difference.
"Legally, it's all over, and we have no chance. It's a done deal. Sakine can be stoned at any minute. But we have experienced again and again that when we organize events worldwide, when we protest worldwide, and in particular when we contact European governments and these governments put pressure on the Islamic regime in Iran, sometimes we have a chance." So far, there has been no response from Iranian officials about the Ashtiani case.
And with all legal appeals virtually exhausted, Sajjad says the Tabriz court has told him there is only one thing that can stop his mother's imminent execution. "They told me if supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei... or Judiciary Chairman Sadegh Larijani grant my mother a letter of pardon, she will go free." Sajjad says he travelled to Tehran six times to obtain that letter, but has been unable to gain an audience with either man. But he refuses to give up. He is turning to the international community in hopes the Iranian government will hear his voice."It is crucial I tell these men what I have to say.
"Dear Mr. Khamenei, Mister Ahmadinejad, and Mister Larijani:
"All I ask for is a letter. I want a letter for my dear mother. Please write this letter of pardon because she is innocent, 100 percent innocent. If you do not have respect for what I am saying, just take a look at her file. You will see she is innocent. "To the people of the world, I want to say, for this situation we are in: Help us. Whoever can tell the government to stop this, please do. If you can pressure Ayatollah Khamenei or Sadegh Larijani to give my family a letter, please get them to send it to us." Sajjad knows he is taking a risk by speaking out so publicly, but says he is not afraid for his own safety." I am just fighting for what is right," he says.
"My mother is a housewife, a good person, a caring mother," Sajjad says.And she has has grown weary of the what seems to be a punishment without end. On his last visit with her she told him, "I can't stay in this prison any longer."
And so Sajjad and his sister Farideh are reaching out in any way they can to try and save their mother's life. In their open letter to the international community circulated on websites, Facebook pages and through human rights organizations late last week their anguish is clear. "Today we stretch out our hands to the people of the whole world," the letter reads. "It is now five years that we have lived in fear and in horror, deprived of motherly love. Is the world so cruel that it can watch this catastrophe and do nothing about it? "We resort to the people of the world, no matter who you are and where in the world you live. Help to prevent this nightmare from becoming reality. Save our mother. "We are unable to explain the anguish of every moment, every second of our lives. Words are unable to articulate our fear." CNN's Mitra Mobasherat and Ben Brumfield contributed to this report.
Open Letter to CA AG Brown
October 14, 2010
Dear Attorney General Brown,
Tomorrow is the Appearance Day of Srimati Radharini in the Gaudiya Vaishnavism (Hare Krishna Faith). As a prelude to this event I remain isolated in a Chemical Assault Scorched Earth and have lost all drinking materials. I have to purchase all my fluids as the lakes, streams, and tap water in my vicinity here in Westwood, Lassen County are attacked.
In August as Proposition 8 was being overturned I also decided to assert my Right to Marry as a heterosexual. I am increasingly glad I did such. This appears to be aimed at a step ladder sting against President Barack Obama by eventually attempting to strip Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of his naturalized citizenship. Your political career is also under scrutiny as all other sworn California officials and candidates for office this election.
It appears that events are storyboarded and scripted similar to a movie. Persons respond by defecting to LAPD which contains a Gay Militancy.
Persons should know why they are being Chemically Assaulted. Currently there is a severely confrontation of my personal history. I am claiming that I am PURE HETEROSEXUAL MALE. I HAVE HAD ZERO SAME SEX PARTNERS AND ZERO ACTS OVER 100 PERCENT OF MY LIFESPAN.
Any claim to LGBTi practices would be hate speech. This is religious persecution as well as a sexual orientation hate crime. I have and continue to support Proposition 8.
In this instance Gay Male Same Sex Male MSM officers of LAPD use lesbianism bisexuality to front their MSM lifestyles. They are suffering an inferiority complex and are extorting and blackmailing people from a Glass Closet. As stated I would have a perfect score of 0 as a straight male if 100 was a pure gay male.
I do not support outing of LGBTi persons. This is Racketeering Based and violent in this instance.
LAPD officers are racially biased. They are preferring blonde white bisexuals over females.
My first sexual preference would be heterosexual or opposite sex females. There is certain roster of individuals that LAPD sweeps through this especially important when I can not be ousted. If I have a score of 0 the next person will be exposed as LGBTi whether they are or not.
At this point I would state the second preference is bisexual females. I have no sexual preference for males.
What has been learned and is remarkably positive is that a black bisexual female may emerge as my first preference. This act of emergence has totally damaged any credibility LAPD gay militants may have in the LGBTi community in the future as official recognition of torture comes forward.
I am spiritual person of Japanese American ancestry who is being trained to view persons from a spiritual platform not a bodily platform. I am not attempting to develop any salacious material by stating what is occurring here in California while you are the attorney general and running for governor.
Srimati Radharini is the Supreme Female Personality of Godhead for millions of Vedic practitioners around the world. Having her Appearance Day attacked by Gay Militants in LAPD is very poor act of Gay Misogyny.
As California Attorney General you need to legally respond.
Bhakta David Nollmeyer
Westwood CA 91637
New Jersey Gov. On Tyler Clementi Suicide
October 5, 2010
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie today called the suicide of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi an "unspeakable tragedy" and said he can't imagine how the two students accused of secretly filming Clementi can sleep at night "knowing that they contributed to driving that young man" to suicide.
The governor spoke hours after a body that was pulled from the Hudson River was identified as Clementi. The student leaped to his death after his roommate allegedly secretly filmed him during a "sexual encounter" with a man and posted it live on the Internet.
The medical examiner's office said an autopsy revealed the 18 year old had drowned and suffered blunt impact injuries to his torso.
Christie grew emotional when discussing Clementi's death.
"As the father of a 17 year old...I can't imagine what those parents are feeling today, I can't. You send your son to school to get an education with great hopes and aspirations, and I can't imagine what those parents are feeling today," he said.
The governor also wondered about the two students accused of taping Clementi, bragging about it online and then trying to catch him on video a second time.
"There might be some people who can take that type of treatment and deal with it, and there might be others, as this young man obviously was, who was much more greatly affected by it," Christie said. "I have to tell you, I don't know how those two folks are going to sleep at night, knowing that they contributed to driving that young man to that alternative."
The governor said he would not push to have the case prosecuted as a hate crime and would leave that up to the prosecutor, and Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan today indicated he would consider bias as an aggravating factor in bringing charges against the two students.
"Now that two individuals have been charged with invasion of privacy, we will be making every effort to assess whether bias played a role in the incident, and, if so, we will bring appropriate charges," Kaplan said.
Clementi's friends who have been reeling since news of the suicide was confirmed Wednesday by the student's family.
"I am just devastated that this happened, especially to such an amazing person," Christina Guentert wrote to ABC News in an email. "Tyler was a remarkable person in many ways; he was always kind, generous, sweet and loyal.
"He always had a smile on his face, and would joke around with me during class even on bad days," wrote Guentert, who went to school with Clementi for seven years in Ridgewood, N.J. "Tyler came off as innocent and sweet, the kind of person that you could rely on and go to for anything."
Clementi was enrolled in Rutger's music program and was an accomplished violinist.
"Not only was Tyler incredibly intelligent, but he was an amazing violin player," said Guentert. "He stood out at every school concert, and never seemed to get nervous. The music really came from his heart."
Obama: It's Getting Better?
Desert Shores CA
October 27, 2010
I believe it is accurate for Obama to paint the colors in broad strokes regarding his support for bullied LGBTi kids. He is entirely serving up a red herring by not addressing the stalking committed against my person since July when at least five youths committed suicide.
I certainly show disdain for the intimidation of LGBTi youths. What needs to be legally addressed is that OUTING by LGBTi members helps foster the climate for stalking. This has occurred to me. Since I am straight the outing failed. Rep. R Asburn of Bakersfield came out while this wave of hatred escalated.
Morality and demonstrable behavior is not consistent with my persecution which is gender based LGBTi versus straight.
Tariq Aziz: Saddam's Dangerously Loyal Courtier
Desert Shores CA
October 27, 2010
By John Simpson
World Affairs Editor, BBC News
Tariq Aziz was Saddam Hussein's loyal courtier.
It is not hard to detect a whiff of revenge in the Iraqi Supreme Court's decision to sentence Tariq Aziz, one of President Saddam Hussein's most loyal supporters, to death.
The accusation by his lawyer, Badee Izzat Aref, that the verdict is politically motivated, will no doubt be angrily dismissed by most Shia politicians in Iraq. But many Sunni politicians will agree, at least quietly.
Tariq Aziz's sharp brain and even sharper tongue made him a great many enemies.
When Saddam Hussein was overthrown by the US led invasion of 2003, Aziz was one of the most hated of his officials.
There was a clear determination in parts of the dysfunctional administration headed by Paul Bremer to see that Tariq Aziz was charged with serious crimes, with the intention of hanging him.
There is little doubt that Aziz's success in winning support in the Arab world, in Russia, and other areas where hostility to the US led invasion was strongest had made him a marked man.
Slowly, though, the US lawyers in Baghdad ceased to insist on his trial for the more serious crimes. But Iraqi lawyers still wanted him put on trial.
He was eventually charged over his supposed part in the execution of several dozen merchants in Baghdad and elsewhere for profiteering in other words, overcharging their customers.
Saddam's Front Man
The court which tried him heard plenty of accusations that Aziz had argued for the execution of the merchants.
Tariq Aziz claimed he tried to dissuade Saddam Hussein from invading Kuwait.
But there was no evidence that a Western court would regard as compelling that he had anything like final responsibility for the carrying out of the executions.
Five months afterwards he received a further seven year sentence for what amounted to the ethnic cleansing of Kurds.
Again, it was clear that Tariq Aziz had strongly supported the policy. But there was no real evidence of his personal involvement and guilt.
His crime, essentially, was that he was Saddam's front man, arguing publicly and cleverly for some of his worst policies.
The Iraqi opposition, like the Americans and their supporters, felt a particular hatred for him.
He was a strong supporter of violent action against Shia and other resistance groups, the crime for which he has been sentenced to death.
But again, it is hard to feel that final proof of his involvement in this kind of action was demonstrated.
Many Iraqis will believe hanging a sick man of 74 will create sympathy for someone who scarcely deserves it.
Tariq Aziz was Saddam Hussein's loyal courtier. If he had questioned his judgments, he would have died. This is not an argument for his innocence, but it does temper his direct responsibility for the policies he backed.
Close To the Edge
Various former figures in Saddam's administration over the years have confirmed that in private, where he dared, Tariq Aziz tried to modify some of his master's views and decisions.
He himself has claimed that he tried to dissuade Saddam from invading Kuwait in 1990, and this seems to be true.
But he was always a dangerous figure, often close to the edge of savage violence.
In January 1991, in the early days of the first Gulf War, I met him in a hotel and started asking him questions he did not like. "If you ask me anything else," he screamed, "I shall have you liquidated". He was clearly capable of carrying out the threat.
Now, though, Tariq Aziz is an old man, broken in health. His execution would reflect badly on Iraq's system of justice, and on the growing influence of extremist Shia on the government.
The carrying out of the death sentence in Iraq in the last five years has not strengthened the country's reputation.
Many Iraqis will also believe that hanging a sick man of 74 will create sympathy for someone who scarcely deserves it.
Open Letter to Rick Jacobs Courage Campaign
Desert Shores CA
December 17, 2010
Dear Rick Jacobs,
Currently I can see that Courage Campaign is active in repealing Proposition 8, defeating Don't Ask, Don't Tell DADT and has considerable input in AIDS HIV issues.
This presents a unique challenge for LGBTi leadership individuals as Evan Wolfson, Kevin Cathcart, Kamala Harris and Gavin Newsom. I say this because The Right to Marry campaign has not addressed my Right to Marry. I have been a strict heterosexual for every moment of my life. I am trapped in a Chemical Assault Scorched Earth here Along the Salton Sea, Desert Shores, California to be exact. This is in the same area as Palm Springs Cathedral City, one of the premier LGBTi communities in the world. The Salton Sea is a Scorched Earth. Food, clothing, and air are also heavily ruined.
If Courage Campaign is exactly that, the organization that you founded and lead, why have you not stepped forward to address my conditions and the suffering of those with AIDS HIV?
The attack is lead by a Gay Militia from LAPD, their choice of label. This also effects the DADT issue as homeland security officers are paramilitary. LGBTi persons are the only group to have failed as police officers. START talks are about to begin and Presidents Reagan through Obama have all been blackmailed and extorted at my and the human race's expense.
This Chemical Assault Scorched Earth is a linear attack on human civilization. The Gay Militia is a Joe Virus. Literally this group will invert all reason resulting in Gay Irrationalism Pre Fascism. Gay Fascism will emerge when LGBTi apologists emerge to condone the history of this attack which started exactly on June 17, 1987 in Dover, Delaware. This is the 200th Anniversary of the United States Constitution.
The allegation is the attack was authored in the past by Cambridge lawyers who were also blackmailed and extorted. They wished to end this event without turning themselves in. In lieu of this I have been trained in the basic process and structure of the design. It reduces to prisoner's dilemma.
What is unique is that if this is movement of Anglo American design it should benefit the Chinese, Iranian, Korean tryad.
It will also damage LGBTi studies which is emergent. There is no manner in which my relationship to the Right to Marry Movement as headed by Courage Campaign et. al. can be valid.
One reason I wrote today is that victims are outperforming mercenaries. This positions the AIDS HIV population as a very powerful contingency. Currently the Chemical Assault Scorched Earth is clearly against those with compromised immune systems. If the spread of AIDS has any other process and structural relationship with my torture, this would be devastating to the current understanding of AIDS HIV.
You and your colleagues should begin to step up an call LAPD and President Obama out on this attack. It is scripted to occur from what I understand in the future. My realization in the past few days is that AIDS HIV population will definitively be factor in reconciling the damage that a Gay Militia has caused.
I wish to live just as dearly as those infected members of the LGBTi community.
Thank you for your consideration.
Bhakta David Nollmeyer
Desert Shores CA