Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Carea About a Clever Commercial

Nobody Cares

Like most people, I turn the channel when the commercials come on. I tape programs, so I can skip them. But, here’s one commercial that is very clever. It hits all their products in less than two minutes.

VERY original. Having said that, I’ve never owned a Honda anything.

Enjoy!

August 23, 2013 Posted by | humor | , | 3 Comments

Nobody Remembers Fat Man and Little Boy

Nobody Remembers

The nuclear arms race is like two sworn enemies standing waist deep in gasoline, one with three matches, the other with five.”

–Carl Sagan

I watched the movie Fat Man and Little Boy last night, and was pleasantly amazed how that movie, actually presented both sides of the moral issues of the American’s developing the Atomic bomb.

If you’ve never seen it, a brief refresher:

America is fighting a war on both ends of the world, and the government is looking for a way to end it, and so it is decided to gather the best physicists they can find (many of them German) at a top secret location and give them $2 billion dollars, a deadline, and tell them to just do it: give the U.S. the biggest bomb ever invented. Robert  Oppenheimer,  the lead genius, (Played by Dwight Schultz)  is incredibly excited, but needs a general (played by Paul Newman) to keep pushing him, especially when word gets out exactly what they are doing and scientists start to protest against the use of it. The film is all about, what great minds can do when pushed.

And what horror they produced.atomic bomb

Whatever you might think of the atomic weapons, the sheer ingenuity of it you have to admit, was beyond incredible.  BUT…as you see in the scene above, with it came a double edged sword. Towards the final days when they were getting near to their bomb being near completion, many of the scientists started having second thoughts.

The very secrecy of the bomb, and the fact that even today, no one has told us if those hundreds of nuclear tests done by our country, left any permanent radioactive damage to the earth, means our government has held too many secrets way too long from the American people.  The 300 nuclear aerial tests America did alone —-is enough to give one thought.

As you saw in the film in 1989, the bomb was invented to ‘protect us’…it was the reasoning that our government used to justify the money spent for all those explosions.

 

And now, although not seen as a weapon YET…we see the same thing happening with the spy technology being developed with the money from our  government.  Trillions are being spent…money we don’t have, but no matter.

Due to a whistleblower  named Edward Snowdon, we have just found out how every one of our lives is being recorded, and eventually studied. No, unlike the atomic and hydrogen bomb, this technology can’t kill us, but like the atomic bomb, some of the computer scientists that help set up this program are very concerned. This technology, like the atomic bomb, will sooner or later be held by many other countries. There is already a ‘cyber’ war, and like the nuclear arms race, we now have a surveillance arms race. Great power will be put in the hands of the few.

The strong propaganda coming from both the RiNO’s and the Obama administration is that this unconstitutional data gathering is being sold as necessary for our own protection.

Robert Oppenheimer was asked to work on the Hydrogen bomb, and he refused. Edward Tiller, though,  was happy to do it.

Today, we see a young genius named Zuckerberg all excited bout getting everybody in the world ONLINE…everybody. That means everybody in the world will be spied on. Nobody Knows how he is going to pay for this, but you can bet your next last FACEBOOK post about your dog eating your cell phone,  that our government will find a way.

Why else would he be so excited? He knows he will get the money to do it. One can only imagine.NSA

And Zuckerberg is no Oppenheimer.  Many of these young boys playing god with the backing of Obama and Homeland security have NO idea the damage they might be doing.  Like the atomic bomb, the sheer joy is just in doing it. They are doing it, for money, and because the technology  excites them. They rationalize , that to know what every single human being on the planet is thinking, will give them the power, to make the world a better place.

But it’s sad but true, that this technology can ONLY lead to tyranny, because as the good doctor suggests: Nobody should play God, the position is already taken.

And so, history repeats itself.

The world now, is waiting for Iran or North Korea, to use a nuclear weapon.  And with the upcoming NSA surveillance program,  we now live in daily fear of what we say and do with every phone call, every internet post, every bank transaction…and they even want into our homes with TV monitoring and Google Glasses.

It’s insanity.

It’s a New World Order.

And NOBODY, except the people at the top, likes it.

“I believe in a Zone of Privacy,” Hillary Clinton. (For HER!)

Two days before the Trinity test, Oppenheimer expressed his hopes and fears in a quotation from the Bhagavad Gita:

In battle, in the forest, at the precipice in the mountains,
On the dark great sea, in the midst of javelins and arrows,
In sleep, in confusion, in the depths of shame,
The good deeds a man has done before defend him.

 

Nobody Thinks, that the ‘good deed’ fuse is getting shorter…don’t you?

 

 

 

 

August 23, 2013 Posted by | American History, Barack Obama, Censorship, computers, NSA, Nuclear Programs, Uncategorized | , , , , , | 1 Comment

   

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