Friday, August 17, 2007

Growing Pains (August 12, 2007)

Walking hand in hand in the park
It didn't matter if it was light or dark
You loved me and I loved you
It was fresh it was true

My best conversations were to your ear
You were everything precious everything dear
Then suddenly pouncing upon me from my left
Was the chimera with vicious jaws of death

What happened to the future I imagined together
What was good was supposed to get better
Claws were ripping and shredding my flesh
Gasps of fear were squeezing my chest

Sharp teeth gnawing at my life
Wicked promises pulled me from my wife
God I cried, where did you go
How come you failed to warn me or let me know

Strange as I wrestled with this beast
My faith and hopes began to increase
Suddenly I realized I was going to survive
I was feeling stronger and more alive

Even the wounds as time prolonged
Began to heal as though nothing was wrong
Your loyalty had been rediscovered
For you were always near, the faithful lover

Soon this monster began to shrink
To smaller than a worry you would think
Perhaps I was taller now or standing strong
Which I discovered was your plan all along

Thank you God for your sudden surprise
It really changed the view in my eyes
You loved me and I loved you
It was fresher still and even more true


sopsback said...

fo those interested in the full stroy of the usside down cross in jerusalem, here is a complete story you wont want to miss.

or pass along to those you feel would enjoy reading it too.

check this out:

sopsback said...

wheres habakkuk??

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sopsback said...

"In the coming week it is necessary for me to travel outside of Israel, it is a very difficult time for me to leave Connie for fear of war separating us, but we both know we have to follow the leading of the Rauch Ha Kodesh (Holy Spirit)."


wow! even SOP learn new stuff all the time. reading the article above i hav now learned of the word for the HS

rauch ha kodesh.....

neodemes said...

“And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.” (Matthew 28:18-20)

sopsback said...

Rauch Ha Kodesh
Yeshua Ha Mashiach


any chance the word "Ha" means "the" ??

sopsback said...

sopsback said...

see, i tole yo not to use real nams....if yo do, then they wont let yo fly....wonder if that pennybak guy read this atticle???



By Sherwood Ross

The freedom to travel of more than 100,000 Americans placed on “watch” and “no fly” lists is being restricted by the Bush-Cheney regime.

Citizens who have done no more than criticize the president are being banned from airline flights, harassed at airports’, strip searched, roughed up and even imprisoned, feminist author and political activist Naomi Wolf reports in her new book, “The End of America.”(Chelsea Green Publishing)

“Making it more difficult for people out of favor with the state to travel back and forth across borders is a classic part of the fascist playbook,” Wolf says. She noticed starting in 2002 that “almost every time I sought to board a domestic airline flight, I was called aside by the Transportation Security Administration(TSA) and given a more thorough search.”

During one preboarding search, a TSA agent told her “You’re on the list” and Wolf learned it is not a list of suspected terrorists but of journalists, academics, activists, and politicians “who have criticized the White House.”

Some of this hassling has made headlines, such as when Senator Edward Kennedy was detained five times in East Coast airports in March, 2004, suggesting no person, however prominent, is safe from Bush nastiness. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia has also been mistreated. And it can be nasty. Robert Johnson, an American citizen, described the “humiliation factor” he endured:

“I had to take off my pants. I had to take off my sneakers, then I had to take off my socks. I was treated like a criminal,” Wolf quotes him as saying. And it gets worse than that. Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela’s foreign minister, said he was detained at Kennedy airport by officers who “threatened and shoved” him. And that was mild. Maher Arar, a Canadian software consultant was detained at Kennedy and “rendered” to Syria where he was imprisoned for more than a year by goons that beat him with a heavy metal cable.

After the Canadian furor over Arar’s illegal kidnapping and torture, he was eventually released as he had zero ties to terrorists. Yet the Bush gang refused to concede error; refused to provide documents or witnesses to Canadian investigators; and claimed last January it had “secret information” that justified keeping Arar on the watch list, Wolf noted.

Again, Chaplain James Yee, an American citizen born in New Jersey who had converted to Islam and had the Christian compassion to call for better treatment of Guantanamo prisoners, was nabbed in Sept., 2003 on suspicion of “espionage and possibly treason” and flung into the Naval brig at Charleston, S.C., where he was manacled, put in solitary for 76 days, forbidden mail and family visits, demonized in the media and warned he could face execution. Wolf writes, “Within six months, the U.S. government had dropped all criminal charges against Yee,” claiming it did so to avoid making sensitive evidence public, not because the chaplain was innocent.

Over and again, the Bush gang claims it can prove terrible crimes about suspects but, like the men imprisoned at Guantanamo, it repeatedly turns out to have “conspiracy” zilch in its briefcase rather than hard proof of actual misdeeds. Yet it goes on punishing hundreds of suspects with solitary confinement and worse without ever bringing them to trial. Globally, the number of such detainees is in the tens of thousands. Stalin would have understood.
Apparently, favorite targets of the Bush tyranny are peace activists like Jan Adams and Rebecca Gordon, detained at the San Francisco airport; a political leader such as Nancy Oden, of the Green Party, prevented from flying from Maine to Chicago; King Downing and David Fathi, both of the American Civil Liberties Union and both detained (proves ACLU’s case about Bush, eh what?); and Constitutional scholar Walter F. Murphy, of Princeton University, who had attacked the illegalities of the Bush regime. He was put on notice his luggage would be ransacked.

“When you are physically detained by armed agents because of something you said or wrote, it has an impact,” Wolf writes. “…you get it right away that the state is tracking your journeys, can redirect you physically, and can have armed men and women, who may or may not answer your questions, search and release you.”

Wolf traces the “watch list” back to a 2003 directive from Bush to his intelligence agencies to identify people “thought to have terrorist intentions or contacts.” After the list was given to the airlines, CBS-TV’s 60 Minutes got a copy. The list was 540 pages long and there were 75,000 names on it of people to be taken aside for extra screening.

The more stringent “no fly” list has 45,000 names on it, Wolf reports. Prior to 9/11, the list had just 16 names, but 44,984 suspects were quickly manufactured to justify the creation of the vast airport security apparatus at God knows what cost to American taxpayers.

One ludicrous “no fly” story concerns John Graham, president of the nonprofit Giraffe Heroes Project, an organization that honors people who stick their necks out. A former government careerist who served in Viet Nam, Graham is an inspired speaker that receives standing ovations from groups such as West Point cadets, yet is kept from flying from his Langley, Wash., base by the National Security Agency. NSA won’t tell him why, either. Maybe they have “secret” information on him, too.

Author Wolf notes that dictatorships from Hitler’s Germany to Pinochet’s Chile have employed arbitrary arrests to harass critics. And Bush’s airport detention policies are more of the same. As Wolf writes, “being free means that you can’t be detained arbitrarily.” Somebody ring the fire bell!

near the end said...

sopsback we live in a different America now. We can't be to careful now;

People want to kill us Americans.

So if some Americans get watched or questioned or detained so be it.

There fine now. So take a Chill Pill.

Yetter said...

"Those that chose security above freedom shall have neither"

sopsback said...

mr. peenybanc--isnt this the cartoon fat guy with the mustache on the game MONOPOLY???

weel, hes still namin nams and kickin a*s!



You are a complete liar and fraud as is your filthy court.

you President Clinton Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden and all Judges knew of the malicious criminal prosecution filed against me in June 22, 1994 and my false imprisonment for 14 years as the imposters Anderson Zeigler were filing another Alvin James Hansen on my California UCC filed Trust Cusip No 94122638, and trading on our $38 Billion dollar trust.

In that time 8 beneficiaries were murdered, and my Dod Penni to keep me out of the race for Secretary of State.
A more evil Government would be hard to envision.
It was Rico when we filed now its Human Rights crimes and mass murder.



yeah, i been in taht coatroom, and it really need a good cleening ans scubbing, easpecally the bench area.

loo lik somenone took a S**t over on it......


Yetter said...

"An evil exists that threatens every man,women,and child of this great country. We must take steps to insure our domestic security and protect our homeland"..Adolf Hitler (1933)
Perhaps the most disturbing of all the new decrees ordered by the incumbent so far is the most recent,signed on July 17th.It establishes the power to seize assests of any citizen who obstructs the successful outcome of the Iraq War. That citizen would suffer lost job,lost access to checking accounts and credit cards, and thus become an economic non person. Wonder what happens to US Congressional representatives who attempt to cut off war funding or impose a troop withdrawl timetables,would they qualify as such an obstruction? Such a posed threat might influence votes? Does a news letter which outlines likely abuse of the Bank of Baghdad oil money qualify as such an obstruction?To place bank accounts,even to liquidate some assets,and then to shift foreign locations seems very wise at this point. The ratchet upward toward a police state, then a veiled military dictatorship is grdually occuring.God bless Kurt and Scott. My fellow bloggers, pray for the best, prepare for the worst..good luck.

sopsback said...

now, don foget, when yo get yo muney to keep yoself frum id theft, mak sho that yo get the "mark" to protect yo id.....

Someone Not to Re-elect

My commodity trader friend JB says California has (for now) blocked RFID chips being implanted in workers. That'd include you, unless you have a lot more money than you're letting on about. More to the point, he's considering moving from Irvine to Palo Alto just so he can vote against the guy who came up with this latest incarnation of mark-of-the-beast.

"California has passed a bill banning companies from requiring employees to have RFID chips surgically implanted. Already one company has been licensed by the federal government, implanting more than 2000 people. At least one other company —, a Cincinnati video surveillance company — already required RFID implants in some employees. 'State Sen. Joe Simitian (D-Palo Alto) proposed the measure after at least one company began marketing radio frequency identification devices for use in humans. "RFID is a minor miracle, with all sorts of good uses," Simitian said. "But we shouldn't condone forced 'tagging' of humans. It's the ultimate invasion of privacy.'"

btw, what do yo meen when yo say, "unless yo have mo muney than yo letting on about"

sopsback said...

sum of yo may tak yo muney an thiking of mofing to pamana....beter try costo rico intead...


Panama's Bigger "Ditch"

Elaine spent a fair amount of time on the line Wednesday debriefing her brother "Panama" Bates, who is outside Panama City supervising construction - a 10-plex on the beach, among other things. E sent along this summary of life in Panama -- pay particular attention to the part about expanding the Canal:

"Here, NAFTA is big business for China and its products. And one of its products is their deadly toothpaste. Latin American’s are dying from using it. And more recently, contributing to even more deaths, is the consumption of contaminated bottled water.

Speaking of consumption, Panama has five (5) beer breweries and its citizen’s, many of them possibly alcoholic; manage to have a work week of five and one-half days – Tuesday thru Saturday afternoon. Drink after work, all week-end and have big hangovers on Monday’s. Average life span of Panamanian males is 66 years old.

Big Malls in Panama have become a target for gang hangouts. The gangs station themselves at the entrances and exits passing out leaflets that are dipped in a chemical. When the shoppers take these leaflets in their hands they pass out briefly, falling to the ground from the chemical effects, and are promptly robbed. The crime is hidden from discovery by passing onlookers; under the guise of movements feigning assistance for the fallen one.

More robbing, although on a bigger scale: Panama, charges a fee for vessels transiting the locks and canal. Over the years, the fee per ship has dramatically increased. The fee per ship today, has reached about one-half million dollars. A lot of the shippers are talking about going around the Cape rather than continue being fleeced. It'd add time, but save money.

The Cape may still be a choice even though there will be a bigger Lock: On Monday of this week, the top of a mountain was blown off using 20,000 tons of dynamite as Panamanian officials staged a big inaugural kickoff event to celebrate the $5 BILLION project to widen the Panama Canal."

Pauligirl said...

mogel007 said...
"judgment demands for release of the kidnapped Dorean Group put before the Senate Judiciary committee in July 2007"
Here's the hearing schedule for July 2007 for the Senate Judiciary committee

Let me know where the judgment demands for release of the kidnapped Dorean Group appears.
As I told you before, Mr. Hansen is not quite all there.

Now, before you try to change the subject, do you agree that the Fugate case involved a worthless Bill of Exchange and the case is not as advertised on the famguardian site?

sopsback said...

in thus making the argumenet for "worthless" frns, it is important to attack the "base" of the arguement being put forth, ie

when someone says that if frns are "worthless" then they will take all you have does not address the issue but sidesteps it.

in order to "force" truth, it is well known that you must create a question that is double edged from which there is no escape, ie

what is the value that the "creator" of frns places on them?

if there is none, then why should a "borrower" place any value on them eithr.

if they have value, then what value does a "bank" exchange for obtianing these valuable frns from the FR itself? does the bank get them fro free??

sopsback said...

the best "attorney" of all tiem was (will be) from the old series STAR TREK


it would of made an excelent attorney hard to beat. also one of the top 5 episodes of all time.

a famous quote from the inventor of multitronics, Dr. Richard Daystrom to Capt. Kirk when M-5 was going to take on 5 starships at once and kick they a*s at the same time.

"...its just a game, but M-5 doesnt know its a game...."

meaning that they all gonna be killed fo real.

sort of like what life today is in the USA©

sopsback said...

so, yo want to spy on somenone, do yo?

Spyware to know what your employees, wives, hubands are doing on the net.

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