Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Because you are worth it!

Each and every one of us have the potential to be the best we can and each of us can do the best we can to release that potential.

We all come from different places and mindsets but that doesn't stop the fact that we can always improve, to release more of the greatness which is you.

Thousands of geniuses live and die undiscovered - either by themselves or by others.
Mark Twain
It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not;
Don't set limits for your thoughts and dreams as you will never reach further than your beliefs. Negative thoughts will bring you negative results, and negative results will only give you confirmation that you were right, which is the only satisfaction you can reap from it.

If you doubt yourself, then indeed you stand on shaky ground.
Henrik Ibsen

Don't limit your life by limiting beliefs about yourself, you are a wonderful human being and you can manage anything you put your heart and mind to.

Most people never realize their own magnificence - and sadly the world is a darker place for it. What we see around us today is a society built on self-doubt, guilt, fear, confusion and self-hatred, to release you from thoughts that put blame on yourself, of any kind, is to invite life.

Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent.
Eleanor Roosevelt

When you look at life without any of the negative feelings and insecurities you hold towards yourself and your circumstances you will start to enjoy every moment of it!

To be truly present is the greatest gift of all, and perhaps also the hardest. I assume this is why most people prefer hard presents - They are a metaphor for living in the NOW.

Don't let the past steal your present.
Cherralea Morgen

Every morning, seek out a mirror of your own choosing and look yourself in they eyes and say: "I am a beautiful, magnificent human being, and I am grateful for everything life brings me!"

Smile to yourself, take a deep breath and say it again.

"I am a beautiful, magnificent human being, and I am grateful for everything life brings me!"

keep repeating it as many times you feel like, you truly can't say it enough.

"A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval"
Mark Twain

Through out the day, if you are having any negative thoughts, encounters or moments, which will set your mood in the wrong direction, think back to the morning chat you had with yourself. That's right, you, talking to yourself in the mirror. Remember that you are a beautiful, magnificent human being and what ever just happened was a gift from life, and guess what, you are grateful for it.

Take a deep breath, and slowly breath out, and thank yourself for being mindful enough to remind yourself of your magnificence.

All of us have wonders hidden in our breasts; only needing circumstances to evoke them. Charles Dickens

The road I am talking about so much ( is happiness and joy, The reason it is a road is because life's a journey, not a destination, so don't try to get to a happier or better place, it doesn't exist anywhere, it exists everywhere at all times.

You are living it right now, embrace it!

That's it folks, keep on truckin!

Don't reinvent the wheel; don't change the wheel, just roll with it.

Sunday, 21 June 2009

the 27 leaders of the EU - that you did NOT vote for

If you live inside the European Union borders you don't elect the people who rule you, you don't elect the people who fashion your laws, you don't have the final say in what you can eat and drink, how much money you will be paying in taxes, and what you can do for a living. they are in control of your liberty. and no, they are not elected. The 27 unelected leaders of you! and I quote:

"The European Commission is responsible for drawing up legislation that impacts daily on the lives of almost half a billion Europeans, as well as enforcing the measures already in place.
Its president -- who like the commissioners is appointed rather than elected -- has significant leverage to influence legislative priorities. The institution will have a budget of 138 billion euros in 2010."
These are the people who gain from a EU state not you. These are people you have not elected!
we have to stop the Lisbon treaty before we loose the little freedom we have left, as it will give even more of the control over to the unelected few and away from us, the people.
If you didn't vote for it it's not democratic, and if you didn't vote for the 27 scumbags in the top, why are they deciding how your future will look like?
why are they deciding what you can and cannot do?
why are you paying for them, why are you giving them a pension scheme?
why are you giving them money to spend? (a budget of 138 billion euros in 2010)
There is only one way this will go and that is to take to the streets, to the computers, to the emails, to the pen and papers, and the letterboxes, to the megaphones and telephones, to the walls and notice boards - spread it far and wide and make people wake up from the daze, shut down your TV and question what you are reading - a revolution is coming my friends, or it has to come - the little freedom you have left will be gone, left in the hands of the few - lets show what democracy is all about, somehow along the way it seems that it got confused with dictatorship!

Friday, 19 June 2009

You voted for the European elections or you didn't.

Either way, good for you!

Reasons you might have voted:

- you believe your 1 vote can make a difference.

- you honestly believe that the MEP you voted for will actually be able to make a difference (give me one example of a MEP who managed to get a piece of legislation through - I bet you will not find one)

- you like the feeling of voting, granted, it is a rather exciting procedure that we don't get to do very often. Media builds it up as very important so it must be, right?

- you don't want to tell your friends that you didn't vote, as you will be looked upon as lazy or non caring. We all know how important it is what other people think of us, don't we?
ohh please like me!

- you think that you live in a democratic society and therefore you feel that your owe it to all those unlucky people that don't have the right to.

- or maybe you are a politician, then you should know it is all a big game, but you have to vote, as if you don't the press will have a field day if they find out that you didn't. It is also your livelihood we are talking about, so it pays off to have people believe that the "democratic process" we have, is just that; democratic.

- you like to win, and you voted for a "safe horse" so you can rejoice and say, yes we made it, my vote counted... this is the only time your vote will "count" if you vote for the obvious winner, but that isn't really democracy that is just following media and the "spin doctors", which is what you are expected to do in the first place. Good for you, being so individual and all, you most likely believe in all the crap they are feeding you.... mmm crap, can I have some more please

- you think that the person you vote for will keep all their promises, which I am sorry to break it for you, will not happen.

Reasons you might not have voted:

- you are ignorant and don't even know there was an election on.

- you watch big brother (pop idol, X-factor etc.), and that is all the voting you do, this way you can vote every week during the on season, life is sweet as long as you have your TV.

- you chose not to as you don't have any good options to vote for, as far as you are concerned they are all a bunch of crooks, who is in if for their own gain and not yours.

- you are a mathematician and have done the numbers: voting is futile. It would be a mathematical miracle if your vote actually decided the result of an election.

- you are making a political statement by not voting, as you don't think it will matter if you do or not. (however if you ask me, not doing anything is not much of a statement)

- you feel that it is against your human rights: every human being has the right not to be ruled in any slight degree by somebody else; or in other words, no human has any right to rule another.

- you don't see the point in taking time out for voting - you are preparing yourself for the revolution to come, this is when you will show what real democracy is all about. (and for that I salute you - very admirable stance)


Now if voting would matter EU would not be around, or an EU parliament - Majority rule is what they call democracy, if that is the case they should realize that we have seen through the lies, it was a voter turn out of 43.08% in the European election, that means that more than half has completely stopped believing in the "democratic process" that we have in Europe, and with all right. Majority rule has spoken clearly, we do not want to be governed, we do not want you to make rules for us, we want to be left alone and free!


Tuesday, 16 June 2009

NATO's War Plans For The High North

It's lengthy and it isn't written by me, however I did change defense(US) to defence (UK) , just because I feel so British, innit!

At the moment SWEDEN is being used as a playground for WAR, and it is WRONG, so very wrong, but being SHEEPLE rather than free thinking people, we probably THINK it is for our own GOOD, but guess what, it is NOT in YOUR interest!
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NATO's War Plans For The High North
Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea

by Rick Rozoff

Global Research, June 14, 2009

Since the beginning of the year the United States and NATO have repeatedly indicated in both word and deed their intention to lay claim to and extend their military presence in what they refer to as the High North: The Arctic Circle and the waters connecting with it, the Barents and the Norwegian Seas, as well as the Baltic.

Washington issued National Security Presidential Directive 66 on January 12, 2009 which includes the bellicose claim that "The United States has broad and fundamental national security interests in the Arctic region [which] include such matters as missile defence and early warning; deployment of sea and air systems for strategic sealift, strategic deterrence, maritime presence, and maritime security operations." [1] Later in the same month the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] held a two-day Seminar on Security Prospects in the High North in the capital of Iceland attended by the bloc's secretary general and its top military commanders.

This coordinated initiative has been covered in a previous article in this series [2] and plans by the West to encroach on Arctic territory and confront Russia in the western region of the ocean have been addressed in another. [3]

Over the past month efforts by NATO member states, individually and collectively, to increase their military presence and war-fighting ability in the High North have accelerated dramatically.

Sweden: NATO's Testing Ground And Battleground

The alarming and aggressive campaign is exemplified by the ongoing 10-day Loyal Arrow 2009 NATO military exercises being conducted in Sweden, described by a major American daily newspaper as "A NATO rapid-reaction force...on a war footing in Swedish Lapland" which consists of "Ten countries, 2,000 troops, a strike aircraft carrier, and 50 fighter jets - including the US Air Force's F-15 Eagle...participating in war games near contested Arctic territories."

The same source reflects that "Choosing this place for war games reflects the growing strategic importance of the Arctic, which is estimated to contain a quarter of the Earth's oil and gas...." [4]

A NATO website offers these details:

"Ten NATO and non-NATO nations will participate in the live flying exercise LAW 09 in Sweden from 8 to 18 June 2009. Some 50 fast jets, which will be based at Norrbotten Wing, Sweden will participate in the exercise. The aim of the exercise is to train units and selected parts of the NATO Response Force Joint Force Air Component Headquarters in the coordination and conduct of air operations. Additionally, NATO Airborne Warning and Control (AWACS) aircraft, as well as other transport aircraft and helicopters, will support the exercise. Some of the participating units will be flying in from bases in Norway and Finland.

"The exercise is based upon a fictitious scenario. Within this scenario, elements of the NATO Response Force (NRF)...will be deployed to a theatre of operations. The NRF was created to provide the Alliance with an effective tool to face the new security threats of the 21st century. It is a rapidly deployable, multinational and joint force with modern equipment able to carry out the full range of Alliance missions whenever and wherever needed, as tasked by the North Atlantic Council.

"About 800-900 troops from Germany, Finland, the United Kingdom, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey and the United States as well as NATO’s airborne early warning component will participate." [5]

US Air Force personnel flew in from the US-used base in Mildenhall, England and "Air and ground crews from United States Air Forces in Europe joined military units from about 10 other nations June 8...." [6]

The war games are based in the Bothnian Bay in the Northern Baltic Sea and are the largest display of air power in the area's history.