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FRESNO REP Devin Nunes slams dems for turning off water pumps to farmers in California’s central valley

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Obama sets stage for second American Revolution in Fresno, California by starving bread basket of world of water. Puts 80,000 farmers out of work

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aura writes; Fresno on the brink of exploding into all out world with Obama administration, homeland security and their criminal banking controllers. Obama has turned off the pumps to the bread basket of the world in central California and the place is on the brink of exploding. Homeland security is in the area ready to rumble with local farmers on behalf of crooked bankers trying to steal the land and livelihoods of Americans. It appears the first shots of the second American revolution will be fired in California. Time to throwdown with the crooks in DC before they starve us all to death or try to kill us with poison Chinese food.

The shameless mayor of LA should stop embarassing the State by begging for money to pay for the late Great King of Pop’s memorial

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aura writes; Michael Jackson was not only the most famous entertainer in the world, the only personage more famous than him on the planet was God himself. That might be why the coverage of Michael Jackson’s life is so over the top. He was a totally interesting figure to over a billion fans around the world and in many ways so private that the masses are fascinated now that the mysterious details surrounding his life are starting to unravel. I know I am and will continue to be for as long as I live. Although I am deeply saddened by the passing of the Legend of Legends, celebrating the late GREAT Michael Jackson’s life, and focusing on such a loving personage, is a welcome relief to the Iran coverage and all the fear mongering and hyper scandal that is constantly being churned out by all manner of media platforms. The predominant feeling much of the world has for Jackson is love, which gives a unique angle to much of the coverage about his death that most every other media story lacks. Are you aware that the passing of Michael Jackson has been the #1 story in India and many other countries since he died? In fact when I traveled to India, some of the people there would eagerly ask me about the King of Pop with reverence whenever they found out I was an American.

The tragic story of Michael Jackson’s death knocked the coverage of so called election fraud in Iran and the alleged demonstrations that followed right off the front page of many internet news sites, cable news channels and newspapers, which was a blessing in itself. I don’t give a rats ass about the Iran elections. God might have also been tired of hearing about it too, and may have called MJ home to put a stop to it.

The Iran story itself was nothing more than a manufactured news event designed to drum up public support in America for yet  ANOTHER war against Iran and to water down media coverage of the blow up of everyone’s 401K retirement accounts, which were robbed by the crooks of Goldman Sachs (and other now defunct investment banks) and the federal reserve, who have taken over the American government and now run their criminal worldwide ponzi scheme out of the treasury department in Washington, DC itself. I would rather keep hearing about the life and legacy of the late GREAT King of Pop than about all the money the criminal banksters of the federal reserve bank, who now control our federal government, are getting away with stealing right under our noses. If they were being jailed en masse, it would be a story worth watching. But that is not happening and since our p(R)esident and Congress are owned by the bankers of the federal reserve, I doubt it ever will. Since I find the subject of the government banking coup and encroaching police state seriously depressing, and with no institution in our country willing or courageous enough to arrest the criminals responsible for stealing everyone’s money at the federal reserve (not to mention hijacking the American government), I’d rather focus on MJ for the indefinite future. At least he earned his money honestly and wasn’t a crook like fed chairman Helicopter Ben Bernake.

The MJ tragedy is also a better distraction than hearing about all the criminal laws now being debated by Congress, whose sole duty these days seems to be repping banking industry crooks and other corporate lobbyists. It would be nice to see coverage of how the foreign bankers of the criminal federal reserve (and other corporate lobbyists) were able to take over America without a fight and convert it into a corporate fascist police state from a Republic, but since the same corporate crooks that took over America own the the press and mainstream media, that’s not likely to happen. And I am so over hearing about Iraq. I never supported or approved of that war or the wars now being waged by Obama, the Pinocchio prez, in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Those manufactured conflicts are as big a downer as hearing reports about Obama day in and day out that cover his constant policy reversals and outright lies that go unchallenged by the lapdog corporate controlled press. Kim Jong Il is also not my cup of tea either, nor are Al Gore’s journalists that got themselves arrested in North Korea, perhaps for spying for all we know. My top concern is the hijacking of the American government and treasury by criminal federal reserve bankers and their bought and paid for lackeys than any nuclear bomb Iran might be developing sometime over the next hundred years. Shouldn’t the military be more concerned about the banking coup that usurped democracy in America than the mullahs in Iran? It would be nice if they started making some high level arrests and recouping some of our money.

The steady media drone towards war with Iran and pushing the police state is a real drag that brings me down, which it is designed to do. The late GREAT Benjamin Franklin once said (back in the day when true patriots had brains and balls) that we will either all hang together as Americans or all hang separately. Since the divide and conquer strategy used by the criminal foreign bankers of the federal reserve to take control of America appears to be going challenged by the military and gun owners, nooses may soon be around the necks of individual Americans instead of us banding together collectively and using them to hang the crooked foreign bankers of the federal reserve that stole all of our money (not to mention our country). Its not America anymore. For this reason, covering the life and legacy of the late GREAT entertainer and humanitarian, Michael Jackson, is a welcome exploration of an inspired life of love. Although MJ had his flaws, which led to his untimely death from drug use, I could watch him dance all day on YouTube and never get bored. Ecstasy unfolds as he executes his flawless dance steps that  excite, inspire, create joy and give hope to tens of millions of his fans, and makes them believe that they too can attain perfection in reaching their own potential if they too focus with the same intensity on one of their God given gifts.

As far as the cost of the late GREAT King of Pop’s funeral being picked up by the taxpayers of the state of California, I have no problem with it. Michael Jackson undoubtedly paid out much more in taxes to the state of California (and the federal government) during his long and successful career to more than cover for the cost of security at his LA memorial. Its not Michael Jackson’s fault that the state of California chose to squander his tax dollars wastefully, for instance by launching a multi-million dollar four month child molestation trial (based on bogus evidence from a British documentary) against Michael Jackson, during which he was fully exonerated. In fact, it is the least the people of California can do to make up for putting such a revered citizen of their state, the country and the world through such an ordeal. Especially after the way they persecuted Michael Jackson, carrying out an unwarranted search and seizure inside his home at the Neverland ranch that so violated his privacy, he never wished to return there. Then adding insult to injury, the misguided county of Santa Barbara put the King of Pop on trial on unwarranted child molestation charges in a hyper publicized kangaroo court, with complete and utter disregard for his revered worldwide status and the honorable way in which he represented the state of California and the United States to world, spreading nothing but joy and good will wherever he went (unlike Bush, who sowed the seeds of hatred). For this reason, it is just plain tacky for the mayor of LA to get out his begging bowl to solicit  donations, especially since his state is the seventh richest economy in the world. Maybe if the people of California weren’t busy footing the bill for free health care, bi-lingual education and other numerous welfare services for their illegal alien population (that’s been steadily streaming in from across the Mexican border for the past four decades), they wouldn’t be in such deep debt, on the brink of bankruptcy and forced to beg like skid row dwellers. It was Michael Jackson’s tax dollars that helped pay for the escalating costs of illegal immigration for decades, which is what put the state of California in the red to the tune of billions of dollars in the first place, therefore the mayor of LA has no business asking Michael Jackson’s fans to pony up the money for the King of Pop’s Staples Center memorial, which was a worldwide event that he rightfully deserved, earned (and paid for) with his tax dollars. The disgraceful married mess of a mayor of LA obviously has no shame, that’s why he got caught in a serious conflict of interest with his pants down bedding a local news reporter.

The late GREAT King of Pop, Michael Jackson, was one of the greatest talents America ever offered up to the world and therefore he deserves great respect and admiration (and love). The outstanding way he represented this country will continue through his legacy, creating an endless source of joy for his worldwide fans. It will also bring a windfall of fiat capital to the bankrupt state of California if they have the privilege of providing a site for his burial place in their bankrupt state. The money generated by tourism to the late GREAT King of Pop’s final resting place will be enormous, as tens of millions of fans converge on it from around the world to memorialize the late GREAT King of Pop and offer prayers for him and for the world there – a spot they will undoubtedly consider sacred.

I hope the Jackson clan decides to bury the late GREAT beloved King of Pop and Legend of Legends in Indiana. Considering the way the state of California treated Michael Jackson during his lifetime, it doesn’t deserve the privilege of becoming his final resting place, or benefiting from the income and tax revenue that will generate for decades to come. Soon the state of California won’t even be able to afford the money required to operate their airports, so how will the fans that need to fly into the country to visit the King of Pop’s grave (exploding tourism in the area) be able to converge on corporate America to pay their respects to the late GREAT King of Pop? Perhaps California will rise again one day like the late GREAT King of Pop, Michael Jackson, but don’t count on it. The politicians of California may soon be begging the government of Mexico to take it over since it doesn’t seem capable of balancing a check book. What a sad state of affairs. Shame on California.

I’ll keep MJ’s fans posted on where his final resting place will be once that’s been determined. Hope this helps answer some of your questions. Sorry some people (like degraceful Representative Peter King – who has admitted openly in the past to fixing votes) – are annoyed about the continued MJ coverage. People that don’t like it can always turn off their TV’s, computers or radio (if you are sick of hearing about MJ) and read a book. Just a thought.

by aura1