Friday, March 26, 2010

More Staged Events in the Schools: Teacher Gunned Down in Front of Students

Both the UK and the US have been staging fake disaster scenarios in schools. These faked events include UFO crashes, alien abductions, armed and masked gunmen invading the school (or overnight school camp out, as in one US case), and recently, a fake government sanctioned kidnapping of students who were considered inferior because of their physical abilities and appearance.

Now comes another one of these horrendous events, again from the UK. School condemned after pupils left in tears by mock shooting tells the following story: a teacher, gunned down by a stranger on the playground during a fire drill in front of students.  Blackminster Middle School, in Evesham, Worcs, was the latest school in this pattern of faked, violent, and frightening scenarios where students emotions and psychological state are tweaked, and parents are not notified beforehand. During a fire drill, students were witness to what they believed was a real event:

But they [students] were left in terror as a man appeared brandishing a gun and appeared to shoot dead Richard Kent, their science teacher, as he ran across a field.

Following a loud bang simulating a gunshot, other staff involved in the act rushed to the teacher's aid and appeared to try to resuscitate him.

There was a delay of 10 minutes before weeping pupils were taken back to the assembly hall where teachers explained that the pretend shooting had been laid on as part of a science lesson.

But some of the children were left in shock with some being sick and one girl suffering a panic attack, parents claim.

As is usual with these events, parents are not notified that these staged events are to occur, and in fact, the schools seem to be getting pretty blatant about the whole thing. During this event there were a few parents at the school who were also unaware of what was to take place.  Students suffered panic attacks, were hysterical, etc. because they thought their teacher had just been killed.

In the past, the reasons given for these frightening scenes appear  sound  and educationally appropriate; as part of creative writing exercises, to foster creativity and critical thinking and so on. This one was part of a science project:
role-playing exercise had been intended to teach Year 8 pupils how to investigate, collect facts and analyse evidence.

Head teacher Terry Holland said: "The role play was part of a science lesson where a selection of students and teachers acted out this scenario.

The school insists that “most of them already knew it was a spoof...” but that seems suspect, given the history of these events.  And “spoof” suggests a light comedic send up of something, not a scenario where a teacher is murdered in front of students.

Given the past incidents of furious parents and scared students during these stunts, you’d think the educators and politicians behind the educators would have realized the kinds of responses they’d receive to their “role-playing exercises.”  However, if one assumes, as I do, that those responsible for these scenes know exactly what they’re doing and why -- hidden agendas, in other words -- they will continue to act disingenuously.

Stunning surreal clues to hidden agendas and things to come:
It was one of the more popular teachers who played the victim, I don't think there would have been as much concern if it was one or two of the others."
Did I  read this right; that students would not have been as traumatized if the gunned down teacher  -- if what they believed at the time to be, a murdered person -- wasn’t “one of the more popular teachers?”

In a letter to parents, the school gave the following statement:
"We have reflected on the matter and now feel that the time delay was too long and pupils should have been reassured instantly to allay their concern.

Acknowledgment of mishandling but not too much; note that they didn’t feel the time delay was a bad thing, just that it was “too long,” and that the staged event should have still taken place, only that students should have been “reassured instantly.”  In fact, from this statement, there is no acknowledgment that the fake scene shouldn’t have occurred in the first place, only that, well, maybe a less popular teacher could have been the victim, and students told it was fake a bit sooner.

As I've commented in other items about these staged events, something specific is going on here, and it has nothing to do with seemingly idealistic educational bits like "fostering creative thinking" -- these events are intensely purposeful, and with a much bigger "scenario" waiting in the wings.

Related articles
My Teacher Was Abducted By Aliens: Preparation for Fake Disclosure?

Follow-up: Staged Alien Events and Schools

Monday, March 22, 2010

UK Woman Arrested For Having Noisy Sex

Neighbour with sex Asbo arrested for noisy sessions: Nightmare neighbour Caroline Cartwright who was given a sex Asbo to prevent noisy sessions has been arrested after failing to keep the lid on her lovemaking.

The UK has gone mad. Here's another surreal case of the law getting involved in private affairs. A  Mrs. Cartwright has been in trouble with the law across the Atlantic for being too noisy during sexual relations with her husband. (By the way, has Mr. Cartwright been cited? Maybe he's strictly a bottom. No, then, he'd be the noisy one. Never mind.)

Mrs Cartwright avoided jail in January when a judge at Newcastle Crown Court handed her a suspended prison sentence after she was caught breaching a four-year Asbo which bans her from having loud sex sessions.

An "Asbo" from what I've managed to figure out is a sex offender citation or designation or something. So the courts decided to keep the two apart, which sounds kind of funny, except it isn't:

The 49-year-old has now been thrown back into a bail hostel to keep her and husband Steve apart while the courts decide what to do next.
Before that this is what happened; noisy sex, calls to the police, and off she goes:

But their lovemaking has got them into hot water again and police received a complaint that her morning wails and whines were said to be heard at 10.15am
“This is just ridiculous. It was just for 10 minutes at around 10.15am on a Sunday morning," said Mrs Cartwright . "You couldn’t hear that much because the bed is downstairs in the dining room and not in the bedroom.
“The police came on Monday night to arrest me and lock me up. I spent the night in the cells and appeared at Houghton-le Spring Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
“They said they believed I had breached the Asbo again because two neighbours said they heard us. It was only 10 minutes, not like the two hour sessions we used to have.

 Wow, ten minutes in and she's off, which really upsets some people:
For almost four years neighbours have been angry at the goings on at the Cartwright household.

One could wonder if that's because they weren't having as much fun. . .

This is what happens to girls having too much fun:
In January she pleaded guilty to three breaches of the Asbo and was jailed for eight weeks, suspended for 12 months, with 12 months supervision.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Rescue of Sea Lion at Oregon Sea Lion Caves

Sea Lion Caves, in Florence, Oregon is a tourist spot where, for a fee, you can take your chances and see if there are any sea lions in the slippery, dank, smelly caves. Or, you can see sea lions all up and down the coast and on piers on the boardwalks. But a neat story from the Sea Lion Caves: a rescue of a sea lion that got caught in a net and managed to get to the caves. It's illegal to interfere in any way with sea lions, including trying to save lives. But special permissions were given by the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, who recently moved to Newport, fifty miles up from Florence) and other agencies, and several people, including the owners of the Sea Lion Caves, worked together to save the sea lion, who was already showing signs of distress: starving, scared, etc. For the story go here:Sea lion trapped by net gets several helping hands

Friday, March 19, 2010

VeriChip PositiveID (Illegally?) Chips Patients

For whatever perverse reasons, I lurk on the uber-pathological skeptoid forum -- JREF (James Randi) message board. Some days I just need to rant and get it all out, as my blog Snarly Skepticism will tell you. So lurking over there I found the following article on their newsletter section: Under Your Skin. My innate distaste for 99% of what goes on over there, just on general principle, aside, the article is worth reading.

The article takes a good look at the chipping done by PositiveID, which was VeriChip until recently,of Alzheimer’s patients in Florida.
Up to 200 test subjects, many incapacitated, were supplied by a nursing home in West Palm Beach called Alzheimer’s Community Care, which PositiveID has sponsored at fundraisers.
Many doctors are saying this is unethical. PositiveID states that the chipped patient will make it easy to locate the patient in the case of "hurricanes," but this seemingly good hearted concern is "misleading", says Dr. Robin Fiore:
This is not going to find lost people,” she said, noting that PositiveID’s chips are not GPS-equipped. “And if [the patients’ caregivers] think this will help them find their lost loves ones, they’re just confused. They’ve just been misinformed.” Mrs. Barnes also told USA Today that “both the patients and their legal guardians must consent to the implants before receiving them.” To the contrary, PositiveID admits that many patients were unable to give informed consent, so their legal guardians enrolled them.
Media clown Glen Beck likes this idea:
They have fantastic technology if you’re an Alzheimer’s patient,” he assured. But “it’s very, very bad if, say, Hitler has this technology.”
We good, Hitler bad.

Of course, the JREF article, while agreeing that the chipping of patients is not positive, thinks so for the wrong reasons. Basically their thing is the lack of science surrounding the chipping of humans.

PositiveID admits, according to the article, that no review board study took place before going ahead and chipping patients without their, or their families, consent. PositiveID insists nothing illegal, unethical, or -- and this is the point that escapes both the JREF and PositiveID -- the fascism that is taking over the world at alarming rates. The company calls this a "project" and not a "study" which is a semantic game to justify their agendas.

PositiveID plans to "conduct at study on people with diabetes in Florida" -- what does that mean? Chipping of diabetic patients? I'm reminded of the ads I see in the local newspapers inviting people to sign up for various studies. All expenses paid, sometimes a small diem, and you give yourself over to the those doing a "study" on your asthma, diabetes, menopausual joys of power surges, etc. Those ads always make me nervous, along with the mass hypnosis ones. (Hypnotist flies through town, sets up at a local conference hall, and hundreds of people pay to sit in audience to be hypnotized to stop smoking, or lose weight.)

The comments left by JREF members about this article are interesting as well. There are several comments asking why the article appeared on the JREF site, since it doesn't have anything to do with the mission of the JREF. Others are upset by "Fox bashing," and no one gets it.

But what do I know? I'm just a conspiracy kook.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Unsure Your Neighbor is a Terrorist? Let the Experts Decide -- and Don't Pay With Cash

As I posted in the earlier post, the UK, England in particular, is the playground of the global-fascists. And what happens there happens here, eventually. (The reasons for this connection are not hard to understand if one looks at the collusions between the UK and the US during WWII, for example.)

(thanks to pigligpstick for the link)

I'm reminded of the scene in Wenders' 1991 The End of the World where a character tries to pay with cash, and, in doing so, sets off alarms and sirens and has the authorities after him, not to mention the ire of the shopowner. I couldn't find that scene but here's a clip from the Wim Wenders film:

As I remarked above; what happens in the UK is mirrored here, and vice versa as the following clip illustrates. In the Los Angeles area, there is "iWatch" not unlike Neighborhood Watch. iWatch encourages you to report suspiscious activity, even if you're not sure there's anything really going on because, don't worry, "let the experts decide."

Friday, March 12, 2010

Blood Glaciers

We see purple snow in Russia, and now here's blood red glaciers: Glacier in Antarctica Flows With 'Blood'
Gushing from a glacier, rust-stained Blood Falls contains evidence that microbes have survived in prehistoric seawater deep under ice for perhaps millions of years, a new study says.
It's not really blood of course, but still very interesting. . .

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Russia Sees Purple Snow

A Fortean event; purple snow in Russia, which appeared the day after Women's Day. The colored snow (which in some photos looks pink) is said to be caused by:
A massive dust cyclone rose to upper atmosphere layers and then mixed with regular snow clouds in Russia's South.

 More here.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Whale serving sushi bar busted

Thanks to Whitley Streiber, who posted this link to the following story on Facebook:
Oscar Winners Try to Keep Whale Off Sushi Plates

Follow the Mystic Orb on UFO Mystic . . .

I am so jazzed and honored to announce that I'm now blogging at UFO Mystic, along with two other newer bloggers over there -- Lesley Gunter and Scott Corrales -- and of course, Greg Bishop and Nick Redfern and Craig Woolheater.

My first post over there is on those strange beams of light being reported: Beams of Light.

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Whale that killed its trainer at SeaWorld 'must be stoned to death', says American religious group

I know others have been blogging about this, but this is so damn sadly ridiculous I have to comment as well: Whale that killed its trainer at SeaWorld 'must be stoned to death', says American religious group, says  The American Family Association. They point to the Bible as their source of proof and validation for their tragic-crazy-ass belief that Tilikum, the Sea World orca that killed trainer Dawn Brancheau. Wait, wait, there's more pathological behavior hiding behind religion to be had: they also want the head trainer at Sea World stoned to death as well.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Anger: Not Just For Lunatics

I commented in a previous post about the insinuation made in a news item about the Pentagon shooter and by extension, anyone who considers alternative/conspiracy theories, as a terrorist, a dangerous individual, or at the very least, suspect.

Today's paper had a new item: "Anger at government not limited to lunatic fringe." (Calvin Woodward and Eileen Sullivan, AP) Implying that the standard was only "lunatics" are angry, but nowadays. . . it's not just those that fly into IRS buildings, shoot outside the Pentagon, or opens fire on fellow academics. (And let's not forget Social Security shooting in January.) This article is a bit confusing; the title implies that a whole lot of us are angry but the short article isn't about that at all.

It tells us that John Patrick Bedell, the shooter at the Pentagon, had a history of mental illness and "not fringe-group agitation," before pointing out the hyperbole of politicians, Republicans and Democrats alike.  The piece ends with another insinuation, that of "lunatics" infiltrating otherwise decent society, by suggesting Debra Medina who gave "some very good arguments" the U.S. had something to do with 9/11 "won 19 percent of the votes in Tuesday's Texas Republican primary for governor." Yet the article also states that Bedell, even while not "fringe group" quality, did post on the Internet a "poisonous view of the government."

Instead of addressing real events affecting all of us; from global warming/climate changes to the economy and the legitimate anger and frustration anyone with half a brain and half awake feels,  the article suggests that there are just a bunch of "lunatics" crashing into buildings, opening fire, or running for office. (On that last one, that's a given in many cases, nonetheless. . . )

Juxtaposed with the above item is "Shooter's worried parents sought help," (Tracie Cone and Brooke Donald, AP) about the Pentagon shooter, John Bedell, and his history of mental illness. Bedell was manic depressive and in therapy for decades; his parents had "reached out to local authorities . . . with a warning that he was unstable and might have a gun..."

The article also points out Bedell's internet postings, which are referred to as "bizarre" :
...Bedell was fascinated with conspiracy theories, computer programming, libertarian economics and the science of warfare.
And this:
Curiously, Bedell also proposed in 2004 that the Pentagon fund his own research on smart weapons. The 28-page proposal outlined his idea for DNA nanotechnology research...
This nanotechnology would have potentially been used by the military and "the individual warfighter."

Next to those two items: White House delays 9/11 trail decision (Charlie Savage, New York Times) about the location of Khalid Shaikih Mohammed, along with four others, trial. While the Obama administration ponders location of the trail, Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, an organization of friends and relatives of  9/11 victims, said they were "deeply troubled" about where things stand in regards to location and type of trail, and are concerned that the accused will not "receive a civilian trial after all." There is talk of Obama holding a military tribunal for the accused and not a civilian trail.

All that was the top half of the page, the bottom half: ads.

Source: The Register Guard newspaper, Saturday March 6, 2010.

Swine Flu Signals: Come On Down!

Two odd little things recently in my community concerning the swine flu. The initial hysteria and swine flu as lead news has quited awhile ago, but there is still the constant low hum of the news stream bringing us swine flu news and propaganda.

I was in line at the pharmacy the other day, and while waiting I noticed  a small sign in the window about the swine flu vaccine. I'm paraphrasing but it basically looked something like this:
H1N1 Vaccines Here! No waiting! No appointment neccesary!
H1N1 Vaccinations Available For All
see if you are eligble to receive the H1N1 vaccine
Vaccine not available at this pharmacy. Please visit our Elm Street pharmacy for vaccinations.

I wondered why the vaccine is avaiable for all, but you had to check to see if you could take it, and why the sign read that you could get it at my pharmacy, but they were out, you had to actully go a different pharmacy to get vaccinated. I took a picture of the sign with my digital. I checked my menu to make sure the image was there; it was. When I went to show the image to Jim, it was gone. We both looked but it wasn't in the camera. No, I'm not suggesting alien reptilians were responsible, just a weird little thing. No doubt I hit the delete button or something while putting the camera away.

A few days later, Jim tells me that he saw a man in front of the Public Health Department on 6th waving a large sign. The sign read (paraphrasing again):

Come on in! Get your FREE Swine Flu vaccine here!

As Jim commented, they really want us to get vaccinated.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Three Recent Attacks on Institutions

Another attack on a government institution; this time, the Pentagon, where the individual "coolly and calmly" entered the screening area and began shooting. The shooter was wounded by the return fire of the Pentagon police.

Last month, Joseph Stack flew his plane into the IRS building in Austin, Texas. Phrases containing twilight language:
Austin's police chief called it “an isolated incident” and a criminal act. Two Austin congressmen called it domestic terrorism.
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Austin, who attended an afternoon briefing, said the whole affair smacked of terrorism.
“When you fly an airplane into a federal building (to kill federal employees), it sounds like (terrorism) to me,” said McCaul, a member of the House Homeland Security Committee.
U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, D-Austin, in a prepared statement, also called the plane crash “a cowardly act of domestic terrorism,” and said Stack's apparent Web site message “reflects the steadily increasing flow of ‘the government is out to get me' paranoia.” (Source: Angry with IRS, Austin man flies plane into building, SA News)
Also last month; Professor Amy Bishop shot and killed three people on the University of Alabama's Huntsville campus. She was angry over not being given tenure.

Bishop was described by students and peers who knew her as being a "big nerd" and "... a genius, but she really just can't explain things." (Source: Huffington Post)

Later reports told of Bishop's shooting of her brother in 1986:
Amy Bishop shot her teenage brother in the chest in 1986, Braintree police Chief Paul Frazier said at a news conference. Bishop fired at least three shots, hitting her brother in the chest, and then fled with the shotgun before police took her into custody at gunpoint, he said.
Bishop was 19 when she shot her brother. What's odd about this incident is that no records can be found of the shooting, and at the time, Bishop was released into her mother's custody. John Polio, the police chief at the time insists " "(There's) no coverup, no missing records," (Source: Huffington Post)

News reports quote Bishop as saying "it didn't happen, there's no way" after the shooting.

The Fortean name game gives us the real life Professor Bishop paralleled with the fictional genius-but-once-mind-controlled-and-institutionalized Dr. Bishop on Fringe, the paranormal, "new X-Files" program on Fox.

Aside from the glaring coincidence of the recent suicide mission of the Texas man who flew a plane into the IRS building, and the professor who shot and killed three people, the following suggests more mind control psy ops behind these acts: "the man wearing a coat -- with "no real emotion in his face" . The man is not being identified. (Source: CNN on-line)

 More info in the later AP item that appeared in the local paper, where the shooter is identified as "John Patrick Bedell, 36, of Hollister, Calif". Note the following words and phrases used in giving us a picture of Bell: 
The shooter apparently left behind angry, anti-government Internet postings airing suspicions about the 9/11 attacks
Implying, and in not so subtle ways, that anyone "suspicious" of the forces behind 9/11 are suspicious themselves.