Is the Underworld the problem? Or is it the ‘Overworld’?
When will it be when ‘underworld’ is mentioned, it means the government? Just scan Infowars.com and Activist Post to see how much the Overworld rules.
You can also be an anonymous whistleblower at Whistleblower.org:
‘Watched live by thousands online, this event was the first-ever television-format presentation explaining and celebrating the role of whistleblowers in our culture. Hosted by Juan Williams (then of NPR) and featuring whistleblower heroes such as Daniel Ellsberg (Pentagon Papers), Frank Serpico (NYPD), Coleen Rowley (FBI) and others, the program examined the six stages of the typical whistleblowing experience, celebrated the courage of whistleblowers, and decried the lack of adequate legal protections…’
Funny or not? You be the judge
“Global Warming” Advocates Plan March Amid Record Cold Temperatures
‘Called the “largest climate march in history” by organizers, the “People’s Climate March” will occur on Sept. 21st, a few days before the United Nations will attempt to draft a “global warming” treaty on the same level as the controversial Kyoto Protocol.
‘“The Secretary-General has asked leaders to announce significant and substantial initiatives to help move the world toward a path that will limit global warming,” states a U.N. press release.
‘Yet, in contrast to that rhetoric, ice cold temperatures are shattering records across the U.S. and Antarctica’s sea ice is expanding at a record pace…’
The Internet Slowdown – A resounding success
‘The slowdown was so big it was impossible to ignore. Several members of Congress tweeted about how their phones were ringing off the hook, and we dominated the mainstream news headlines. More than 40,000 websites took part, including many of the most popular sites in the world, and at the peak of the day, there were more than 1,000 phone calls to congress every minute!’ -fightforthefuture.org
A Fleet of Life-Size Paper Boats Is Sailing Down the Hudson River to Protest Climate Change
‘A poetic action by artists local and global is making its way to New York by way of the Hudson River. SeaChange: We All Live Downstream, a collaboration between 350.org and Brooklyn-based maritime arts collective Mare Liberum, has handcrafted a flotilla of life-size canoes made of paper and is paddling them the full length of the Hudson River estuary from Troy, New York to New York City in the weeks leading up to the People’s Climate March.
‘The SeaChange crew will be joined by local paddlers as they make their way down the river, stopping to hold community potlucks, performances, screenings, and talks in riverside towns including Albany, Catskill, Hudson, Tivoli, Newburgh, Cold Spring, Peekskill, Ossining, and finally New York City…’