Monthly Archives: October 2008

U.S. Army Uniforms Display Nato Size On Tags

Michael Difensore

The U.S. Army’s (class A uniform) and the battle dress uniform both have the word Nato size on the tags ( The ACU uniform probably displays this as well.) Instead of just saying size and displaying a number it says Nato size and then a number. This is not bizarre once you understand that the U.S. Military is a part of a large multinational force called NATO. NATO is nothing more than the military arm of the United Nations who is actively forming a global military force along with a global government for world wide tyranny and enslavement. A thing I was always taught in the U.S. Army was to pay attention to detail. This might not seem like a big deal to some but it is a another small clue to the fact that a global government is forming right before our eyes hell bent on controlling every aspect of our lives. Note also that the U.S. Army green cammo uniform was replaced around 2004 to the ugly ACU uniform seen today. This Uniform resembles European uniforms. It does not look American. Notice also in the picture above the subdued American flag patch. I have seen this before on uniforms in person. To make the American Military look more NATO they needed to get rid of the red white and blue patch of the past Uniforms. ( See picture below of old patch.) Also something of Important about the new ACU uniforms is that it uses velcro to attach all flags, your name, and unit patches. This was done for easy removal. The old uniform patches were sown on to the uniform. All a soldier has to do is take the American flag off and place a NATO patch in its place.

Bottled Water Has Contaminants Too, Study Finds

By JEFF DONN, AP National Writer

Tests on leading brands of bottled water turned up a variety of contaminants often found in tap water, according to a study released Wednesday by an environmental advocacy group.

The findings challenge the popular impression — and marketing pitch — that bottled water is purer than tap water, the researchers say.

However, all the brands met federal health standards for drinking water. Two violated a California state standard, the study said.

An industry group branded the findings “alarmist.” Joe Doss, president of the International Bottled Water Association, said the study is based on the faulty premise that a contaminant is a health concern “even if it does not exceed the established regulatory limit or no standard has been set.”

The study’s lab tests on 10 brands of bottled water detected 38 chemicals including bacteria, caffeine, the pain reliever acetaminophen, fertilizer, solvents, plastic-making chemicals and the radioactive element strontium. Though some probably came from tap water that some companies use for their bottled water, other contaminants probably leached from plastic bottles, the researchers said.

“In some cases, it appears bottled water is no less polluted than tap water and, at 1,900 times the cost, consumers should expect better,” said Jane Houlihan, an environmental engineer who co-authored the study.

The two-year study was done by the Washington-based Environmental Working Group, an organization founded by scientists that advocates stricter regulation. It found the contaminants in bottled water purchased in nine states and Washington, D.C.

Researchers tested one batch for each of 10 brands. Eight did not have contaminants high enough to warrant further testing. But two brands did, so more tests were done and those revealed chlorine byproducts above California’s standard, the group reported. The researchers identified those two brands as Sam’s Choice sold by Wal-Mart and Acadia of Giant Food supermarkets.

In the Wal-Mart and Giant Food bottled water, the highest concentration of chlorine byproducts, known as trihalomethanes, was over 35 parts per billion. California’s limit is 10 parts per billion or less, and the industry’s International Bottled Water Association makes 10 its voluntary guideline. The federal limit is 80.

Wal-Mart said its own studies did not turn up illegal levels of contaminants. Giant Food officials released a statement asserting that Acadia meets all regulatory standards. Acadia is sold in the mid-Atlantic states, so it isn’t held to California’s standard. In most places, bottled water must meet roughly the same federal standards as tap water.

The researchers also said the Wal-Mart brand was five times California‘s limit for one particular chlorine byproduct, bromodichloromethane. The environmental group wants Wal-Mart to label its bottles in California with a warning because the chlorine-based contaminants have been linked with cancer. It has filed a notice of intent to sue.

Wal-Mart spokeswoman Shannon Frederick said the company was “puzzled” by the findings because testing by suppliers and another lab had detected no “reportable amounts” of such contaminants. She said Wal-Mart would investigate further but defended the quality of its bottled water.

The researchers recommend that people worried about water contaminants drink tap water with a carbon filter.

Gay Marriage Legalized In Connecticut, And Becomes Abomination Under God

Here is what God says about Homosexuality. It is a abomination under the Lord. Only a man and a woman can get married. God made Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve.

Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire. (Jude 1:7)

If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them. (Leviticus 20:13)

The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God. (Deuteronomy 22:5)

Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband. (1 Corinthians 7:2)

HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut’s Supreme Court ruled Friday that gay couples have the right to marry, making the state the third behind Massachusetts and California to legalize such unions. The ruling comes just weeks before Californians go to the polls on a historic gay-marriage ballot question, the first time the issue will be put before voters in a state where same-sex couples are legally wed.

The 4-3 ruling is the first time that a state that had willingly offered an alternative to marriage was told by a court that civil unions aren’t enough to protect the rights of gay couples. Connecticut was the first state to voluntarily pass laws to affirm civil unions.

“I can’t believe it. We’re thrilled, we’re absolutely overjoyed. We’re finally going to be able, after 33 years, to get married,” said Janet Peck of Colchester, who was a plaintiff with her partner, Carole Conklin.

“I’m just ecstatic. It’s such a relief, the joy of it,” said another plaintiff, Jody Mock of West Hartford, who sued with partner Elizabeth Kerrigan.

In the majority opinion, Justice Richard N. Palmer wrote that denying marriage to same-sex couples would create separate standards.

“Interpreting our state constitutional provisions in accordance with firmly established equal protection principles leads inevitably to the conclusion that gay persons are entitled to marry the otherwise qualified same sex partner of their choice,” Palmer wrote.

The Family Institute of Connecticut, a political action group that opposes gay marriage, called the ruling outrageous.

“Even the legislature, as liberal as ours, decided that marriage is between a man and a woman,” said executive director Peter Wolfgang. “This is about our right to govern ourselves. It is bigger than gay marriage.”

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said the ruling goes into effect Oct. 28 when it is implemented by action of the of the Superior Court. There will be no appeal, he said.

Gov. M. Jodi Rell said she disagreed with the ruling.

“The Supreme Court has spoken,” she said. “I do not believe their voice reflects the majority of the people of Connecticut. However, I am also firmly convinced that attempts to reverse this decision _ either legislatively or by amending the state Constitution _ will not meet with success.”

State Sen. Michael Lawlor, chairman of the legislature’s Judiciary Committee, said he expects the General Assembly will pass a gay marriage law next year codifying the Supreme Court ruling.

“It’s important that both the legislature and the court weigh in,” he said. “The court is saying that it’s a constitutional requirement that marriage should be equally available to gays and straights and the legislature should weigh in saying whether or not it’s constitutionally required, it’s the right thing to do.”

The court was sharply divided in the decision, with three justices issuing separate dissenting opinions.

Senior Associate Justice David M. Bordon cited Connecticut’s civil union’s law passed in 2005 and said there is no conclusive evidence that civil unions are inferior to marriages.

“It is simply too early to know this with any reasonable measure of certitude,” Borden wrote.

Justice Peter T. Zarella wrote that he believes there is no fundamental right to same-sex marriage, and the court’s majority failed to discuss the purpose of marriage laws, which he said is to “privilege and regulate procreative conduct.”

Zarella added, “The ancient definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman has its basis in biology, not bigotry. If the state no longer has an interest in the regulation of procreation, then that is a decision for the legislature or the people of the state and not this court.”

The lawsuit was brought in 2004 after eight same-sex couples were denied marriage licenses and sued, saying their constitutional rights to equal protection and due process were violated.

They said the state’s marriage law, if applied only to heterosexual couples, denied them of the financial, social and emotional benefits of marriage.

Supreme courts in Massachusetts and California also have ruled in favor of gay and lesbian couples, concluding the domestic partnerships were unequal to the rights given in heterosexual marriage.

Civil unions and a similar arrangement, known as domestic partnerships, are offered to same-sex couples in Vermont, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Oregon, Hawaii, Maine, Washington and the District of Columbia.

Peck said that as soon as the decision was announced, the couple started crying and hugging while juggling excited phone calls from her brother and other friends and family.

“We’ve always dreamed of being married,” she said. “Even though we were lesbians and didn’t know if that would ever come true, we always dreamed of it.”

Janet Jackson Naked Breast At NFL Superbowl 38 A Message To Occult

Michael Difensore words highlighted blue.

Here’s the story as it appeared in the 1 February 2004 issue of the news commentary column This is True

The Other Wacko Jacko

MTV, which produced the Janet Jackson halftime show for Super Bowl 38, promised a “shocking surprise”. Fans got it at the end of her duet with Justin Timberlake (sample lyric: “Gonna have you naked by the end of this song”) when he grabbed the front of her costume and yanked the cover off her right breast, which flopped into the clear view of the worldwide audience. Timberlake called the incident a “wardrobe malfunction” that was “not intentional”. (Houston Chronicle, AP) …After days of rehearsal, that’s the best excuse they could think up?

So let’s take a look at the evidence. (Shocking, sure, but it’s nothing you can’t see on national network TV, right?

To state explicitly for the record, I definitely think it was intentional, unlike some who “just can’t believe it.” Believe it! Take a look at the zoomed Macromedia Flash sequence. Click here(Note: right-click to see options, like stopping the playback loop.) As you can clearly see, Justin grabs the cover and yanks it off, and is still holding it as Janet “realizes” what happened. In the closeup below, you can see that the bra cup of Janet’s “gladiator” outfit is attached with snaps for easy release:

So get real: does this truly look like a “wardrobe malfunction” to you? Or is it indeed a occult message to their initiates? The evidence is staring you right in the eye. The sun was displayed on her breast. This was a intentional message to the occult not the American public they call the profane. The reason the sun is used is because the Babylonian cult that runs planet earth that dates back to Babylon still worship the sun. Pagan religions from the past to the present worship the sun as well. Very Bizarre.

Illuminati – Masonic Apples At Grocery Store Near You

Michael Difensore

Illuminati – Masonic apples are at a grocery store near you. Notice their logo of the world with the apple over it. Note also the name Columbia Marketing International. The word columbia is a codeword to the Freemasons which means goddess. What goddess am I talking about? Please watch the video below the article from Freeman about this goddess. I don’t agree with everything Freeman says in the video but his research is top notch. You will find this video informative about this topic.

CMI Profile:

Columbia Marketing International, Inc. (CMI) is one of Washington States largest Growers, Packers and Shippers of premium Washington State apples, pears, and cherries dedicated to distributing premium quality fruit throughout the United States and to international markets.

We specialize in a full selection of apple, pear and cherry varietals with sufficient supply to meet the promotion and seasonal needs of retail and wholesale customers.

When your customers have a taste for fresh fruit, they no longer have to wait for a particular “season” to enjoy the finest “new crop” fruits. Thanks to CMI’s worldwide connections, not to mention our exclusive apple and cherry partnership with Unifrutti of Chile and Kleppe of Argentina you can be assured of fresh, premium quality fruit 12 months of the year.

CMI is the sales and marketing company for 7 independently owned growing and packing entities within Washington State.

– Columbia Fruit Packers, Wenatchee
– McDougall & Sons, Wenatchee
– C & M Packing, East Wenatchee
– Bardin Farms, Monitor
– Double Diamond, Quincy
– Highland Fruit, Yakima

Over seven percent of the apples shipped from Washington State are packed in a CMI label, as well as 8% of the pears and a notable 10% of the cherries harvested locally. Over Fifty percent of CMI’s fruit is grown on orchards owned by the packing operations, while the remaining fruit is grown by a select group of orchardists who are contracted on a year-to-year basis.

Our commitment to our customers is as important as our premium produce. In today’s increasingly competitive and stressed markets, it’s comforting to know you can conduct business with a firm you can rely on to be there. Everyday.

CMI has built a reputation for straightforward, honest, and “look you in the eye” reliability, with meticulous attention to detail. Our dedicated staff places your interests at the very top of their list, and puts their decades of experience to work for you – day after day, year after year.

Our personalized customer service helps to keep you abreast of what’s happening in the world. You need to know about market fluctuations. What’s available. What’s plentiful. What’s in short supply. Even what’s possible for the future. We make it a priority to insure you receive the well-researched, solid information you need, when you need it.

Our commitment to the finest products and service is why so many rely on CMI. We invite you to put the CMI advantage to work for your company today!

CMI. Availability, reliability, quality and service. Guaranteed.

Goddess Columbia Part 1:

Goddess Columbia Part 2: