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Brother West: Living and Loving Out Loud

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Pandaemonium Avatar
Posted: 05.02.11, 03:32 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by Dust At around 15 mins in he mentions the "clerk" winning the Nobel Peace Prize with disdain... am I wrong or is he referring to Einstein? Is this because Einstein contributed to nuclear weaponry? Isn't that incredibly ignorant? He is referring to Frederik Willem de Klerk, who was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1993, along with Nelson Mandela. Google is your friend!
Fidel Colman Avatar
Fidel Colman
Posted: 11.10.10, 10:08 AM
Dr West is a living legend - his message of love & love of truth is inspiring
Dust Avatar
Posted: 04.19.10, 04:50 AM
At around 15 mins in he mentions the "clerk" winning the Nobel Peace Prize with disdain... am I wrong or is he referring to Einstein? Is this because Einstein contributed to nuclear weaponry? Isn't that incredibly ignorant?
Alikar Avatar
Posted: 04.05.10, 09:15 PM
Yet another racist socialist. *sigh*
mvaden Avatar
Posted: 11.20.09, 02:09 AM
I would like to see Dr. West earn himself a Nobel Peace Prize sometime before he leaves earth. If there is any intellectual scholar in the world right now who is arguably the most overdue for one, I has to be this man. Godspeed Brother West.
danzig Avatar
Posted: 10.16.09, 11:47 PM
Your comment shows the world is not thinking.
Mosscat Avatar
Posted: 10.14.09, 09:11 PM
Why does he look like the gopher from Caddyshack?
phiscal Avatar
Posted: 10.14.09, 06:23 PM
'It's going to be hard to be a war president with a peace prize", says the good Prof West. It's going to be hard to live in peace without stopping militant Islam.
Karuna Avatar
Posted: 10.14.09, 04:11 PM
Reverend and Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. quotes: "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today -- my own government." "I agree with Dante, that the hottest places in hell are reserved for those who in a period of moral crisis maintain their neutrality" "Don’t let anyone make you think that God chose America as his divine messianic force, to be a sort of policeman of the whole world." ["We must establish and maintain space superiority." -General Lance W. Lord, head of Space Command Space superiority = the ability to fight from space, through space and in space. "Now if the argument is whether or not the United States should be the hegemon is on the table, well, that’s a different argument. The fact is, the United States is the hegemon, and putting weapons in space will extend that period of hegemony into the foreseeable future." "A hegemonic power, a strong power, willing to use its police capacity--and this is a police force, a space cop type of idea--can make the global heavens an exploitable resource for all, whereas right now there is no guarantee even that if a corporation or a nation should go into space and find wealth there that it could keep it or have a reasonable share of keeping it." -Everett Dolman, professor at the Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama] "It’s a man by the name of general Ky [Air Vice Marshal Nguyen Cao Ky] who fought with the French against his own people, and who said on one occasion that the greatest hero of his life is Hitler. This is who we are supporting in Vietnam today. Oh, our government and the press generally won’t tell us these things, but God told me to tell you this morning. The truth must be told." "it’s seems to me God is saying ’America you’re too arrogant!’" *** King, Jr. didn’t know about the CIA hiring hand-fulls of Nazis after WWII, such as Klaus Barbie, who killed thousands of children, whom they then helped retire into Boliva, where he lived for 30 years before a French Nazi hunter discovered and arrested him; despite him being France’s number one wanted war criminal and being known as "The Butcher of Lyon" we let him escape justice. Nor did he know that Cheif CIA Iran analyst Jesse Leaf would say in an interview that they trained the Shah’s secret police, SAVAK, Nazi torture techniques, whom poured and inserted broken glass into people’s rectums, tied weights to the testicles, extracted teeth and nails, beat, whipped, shocked, and performed physiological torture. A U.S. informant, code name SDJanus/38, reports helping Gen. Ghasem Parvianfar, director general of Tehran SAVAK, escape to Turkey. I think MLK, Jr. would be wondering why essentially no media sources, churches and universities have ever addressed the PAROS treaty proposed by 160 nations or the military templates about full spectrum dominance that our DoD’s Joint Forces creates. Our National Space Policy doctrine states we can collect any data we want in space and deter those who oppose this. This means we can spy on and intercept data from any other country, and if someone goes against our nations interests we can attack them. he’d be flippin’ out today if he knew what we know now. "We will keep faith with America’s Airmen—and they will keep faith with the nation..." a really good listen from both sides of the argument. teresa hitchens is my hero.
Laserfalcon Avatar
Posted: 10.14.09, 03:08 AM
Brother Obama also won an Irrational Exuberance award this week (to much less fanfare).

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