Wednesday, November 1, 2017


🤢through all of my love for this awesome city, i’m still SO perplexed at how backwards NY (and the rest of the world) is on this front, it is an abhorrent insensitivity to live in a culture where plastic bags are still a norm. NY needs to jump on the Cali train...the environment can’t wait😭

ps yes i’m that nerd who writes advocacy letters to places like Whole Foods Market to ban the use of plastic and styrofoam but obviously to no avail... does anyone else care at all? 🤦🏻‍♀️...message me your thoughts 🙈

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Think before you Want

Fashion is the second most polluting industry in the world behind big oil. And fast fashion, a system that depends on low wages, low quality, and fast turnaround, in my opinion, may be the single most destructive phenomena that has hit our industrial society since conventional modern farming related pesticidal executions. This recent reality has come to light over the past 3 decades and has entirely changed our concept of consumerism. We are now purchasing clothes at a rate 5x times that of in the 1980s, with the conditioned idea that we are in perpetual need of the next "it" item each season, and now, every year, Americans alone account for sending 11 million tons of textile waste to landfills - yet, some how, through all of this, corporations such as Zara, Gap, Topshop, H&M, Forever 21, have cut costs to the lowest they've ever been able to, while simultaneously increasing their net profits to the highest they've ever been able to.

Increasing demand and decreasing point of sales prices has given buyers and distributors the upper hand, forcing manufacturers to compete against each other by dictating even more wage cost cuts, yet the universal cost of living does not stop inflating, and who are the people on the receiving end of the short stick? - the people who are making $10 a month because they were not fortunate enough to be born into a system that allowed them otherwise - and these very people are subject to employer relations that I've only seen in slave labor practices, whereby if someone attempts to form a union or ask for a minimum wage, they are beaten and confined, and they have no choice but to keep going, because who is going to pay for their child's education? who is going to pay for their housing? food? 

Additionally, sweat shop laborers in developing countries are forced to operate in dangerous buildings that have no standard code regulation, to which in many cases in the past, have resulted in the deaths of tens of thousands of workers due to unexpected wall collapses and roofs concaving. 

Their government systems offer little to no civil rights protections, and in fact, often times pass decisions that work against their very own citizens, for example, by allowing Fast Fashion perpetrators a free pass to conduct practices that even their own headquarter countries would never allow - such as the right to dump toxic dye waste into the rivers that serve as the primary water supplies to hundreds of millions of people; coincidentally, these same populations have all seen paralleling rises in cancer rates, skin diseases, and mental illness among their developing children.

These crimes against humanity have increased dramatically over the past three decades, along with the profits that net out into the pockets of the convictable corporations.

If the companies themselves will not change, then it is up to us, the consumers, to force them to change. How? I have boycotted these companies for nearly a year and now you, knowing this new information, should do the same. Because now that you know, I consider it a worse disservice to morality to ignore the path to progression, than for someone who is still buried under their own mainstream ideals to do so. But now, you are no longer ignorant, and the responsibility is in your hands to push the status quo. (Sorry!)

By raising awareness, by raising the public voice, these corporations will listen. We have the power to force them to take the road of good. It is up to us to change our ideology on consumption and teach our future generations that while capitalism and the economic market may have limitless possibilities, humanity and our environment do not, and they are, unfortunately, declining at an exponential rate as a result.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

The typical Neo Liberal

The typical neo-liberal is concerned with items such as Black Lives Matter, LGBT activism, the Dakota Pipeline, female reproductive rights, etc. etc.

The typical neo-liberal also needs to get their heads out of the sand and wake.the.f.up.

These are all problems that have been fueled, ignited, and promoted by elites like George Soros to keep the masses sleeping and unaware of actual real issues happening in the world, as a result of being blinded by inter-government preoccupations.

You will read this and roll your eyes. 

I will sit here and be sad that I'm not doing more to help the world 😔

Monday, May 3, 2010

Friday, April 2, 2010

Department of Defense spending 2010

The official U.S. government report, from the Committee on Appropriations, indicate that the US will spend a total of $636.3 billion in 2010. Supposedly $104.2 billion is going towards "supporting preparation to begin withdrawal from Iraq." Really? Because Obama plans to send troops into the Middle East until 2012. I really like how the original plan was to pull out in 2007. The government isn't playing us at all! It was actually quite entertaining for me to see on the very bottom of this document that $0 will go into closing down Guantanamo Bay.

In 2009, we spent a total of $1.14 trillion, including military and DOD. That's in one year. I don't want to hear people complaining that the $940 billion going towards healthcare reform over the next TEN years is "too much money."

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Manmade Earthquakes

In 2007, the US Air Force, US Navy, University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency teamed up to fund a program called HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) which is located in Gakona, Alaska. The focus is to act as an Ionospheric Heater, sending concentrated beams of RF energy into the uppermost layer of the atmosphere. EISCAT in Europe is a similar facility. Frequency waves can be produced and VLF signals enter the magnetosphere, literally heating up the ionosphere and changing the shape of the atmospheric gas clouds. This system has been used as directed energy weapon, weather control, and earthquake induction device. 

"We expect some waves to be ducted along the earth’s magnetic field lines – propagating out beyond five times the earth’s radius and returning to earth at a remote location in the South Pacific Ocean. These waves will propagate through several important physical layers beyond the earth’s atmosphere. By operating a receiver at the magnetic conjugate point where the waves are most likely to return to earth, we will develop significant scientific understanding of those layers and the processes that affect them."

-Stanford University

On January 12, 2010 Haiti experienced a 7.0 earthquake. On January 12, 2010 an asteroid 2010 AL30 entered Earth's atmosphere. On January 12, 2010 a chunk of ice larger than the size of Rhode Island broke off from the Filchner Ice Shelf and completely spilt. These, among many other celestial occurrences on January 12, 2010, are very rare events that cannot be based purely on coincidence.

On January 12, 2010 the HAARP Induction Magnetometer, developed by the University of Tokyo, measured an unusual period of silence in the geomagnetic field in the ULF range of 0-5 Hz. This is exactly what occurred during the Sichuan earthquake in China, 2008.

There are many reasons why the United States government, or any other government, would use this kind of power to create earthquakes or massive climate changes. Journalist Benjamin Fulford, interviewed the former Japanese Finance Minister Heizo Takenaka, who openly admitted that the United States government threatened Japan with an earthquake if he did not sell the "Japanese financial system over to the Rockefellers and Rothschilds." To think about it, there are plenty of reasons as to why the government would like to take over Haiti. 

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Agent Orange Skies

I want to explain the title of my blog.

Between 1960s-1970s, the United States military sent helicopters over South Vietnam crop fields, spreading a highly toxic herbicide and defoliant called Agent Orange. 

400,000 Vietnamese people died and 500,000 infants were born either disabled or deformed. 

I am dedicating this blog to expression of opinion and exploitation of government. No, nothing is a secret. Just open your eyes and look at the world around you.

Airborne Laser Destroys Missle

"For the first time, the Missile Defense Agency destroyed a ballistic missile using an airborne high-energy laser. The event occurred during a test conducted off the coast of California by the Airborne Laser Testbed. 

Ballistic missiles move at speeds of about 4,000 miles per hour, but the laser that obliterated it moved at 670 million mph. No match. 

The laser beam is about the width of a basketball and it was shot from a modified 747-400F aircraft.

In the test, the ballistic missile was launched from a ship at sea. On board the 747, sensors detected the launch, while a low-energy laser tracked it. Another low-energy laser was used to measure atmospheric disturbances and collect data to ensure a direct hit. Within two minutes, a high-energy laser beam zapped the ballistic missile, producing a stress fracture that caused it to split into pieces."

-Tracy Staedter 

Lesson #1 You can't fool all of the people all the time

Americans grew an intense fear of communism after World War II. The Red Scare occured after the Chinese Civil War defeated the West in 1949, founding the People's Republic of China. I believe the American government has and will always be afraid of China, but not for their history of communism. China, as we all know by now, will become a world power one day in the near future. The American government has predicted this and tried everything in their power to bring China down since the very beginning. 

The average citizen is very stupid. Very, very, very stupid. They will believe anything and everything. You can fool most of the people, all of the time. 

Little does one know the actual theory behind communism. In fact, this oppression-free social structure is actually the basis of democracy. Giving more power to the proletariats, everyone has the ability to make political and economic decisions.

Little does one know, China is NOT communist in any way shape or form. If Mao were alive today, he would shit a brick and jump off a cliff. 

Dalai Lama inspecting troops - Chakrata in 1972

Do you ever think, why does America send military supplies to Taiwan? Why has Western ideology come to support the Dalai Lama, who is actually a murderous political elite that has been tried in the Indian Court of Law for persecuting anyone who worships Dorje Shengden? If the Dalai Lama has so much spiritual substance, then why does he condemn homosexuality? I can answer that one for you -he is Western society's bitch, and Christianity's Mr. Pope reinforces the belief that homosexuality is evil. Why do college stoners hang Tibetan prayer flags on their walls, having no idea what they mean or represent? 

No one thinks to ask questions, because their brains are not capable of extraneous thought. We are followers. We are stupid.

Collusion in Plan

Main Entry: col·lu·sion 
Pronunciation: \kə-ˈlü-zhən\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin collusion-, collusio, from colludere
Date: 14th century
: Secret agreement or cooperation especially for an illegal or deceitful purpose