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  • consultforlife 4:48 am on December 25, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Mind Games and Kriya for the Hypothalamus 

     

     

    Uploaded on Apr 5, 2010

    A short speech by Yogi Bhajan followed by a Kriya. (Kriya part of video can be seen at http://www.yogibhajan.org)

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  • consultforlife 4:45 am on December 25, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Kemet & Maat : before Judaism, Christianity and Islam 

     
  • consultforlife 8:37 am on December 16, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Hakim Bey – A Time long forgotten (?) 

     

    Published on Jul 26, 2013

     
  • consultforlife 8:12 am on December 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    WET: White Entertainment Television 

    WET: White Entertainment Television.

     
  • consultforlife 7:36 am on December 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Planned Parenthood’s Racist Roots 

     

    Published on Jul 19, 2013

    Are you pro-life or pro-choice? Pro-choice subscribers might want to think again if they are unfamiliar with the founder and the clandestine racist agenda. All rights reserved to American Life League.

     
  • consultforlife 7:18 am on December 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Creating Racism – A Short History of Racism in America 

    Published on Jul 25, 2013

    We will not fully understand racism until we recognize that two largely unsuspected groups are actively and deceptively fostering racism throughout the world. The legacy of these groups includes such large-scale tragedies as the Nazi Holocaust, South Africa’s apartheid and today, the widespread disabling of millions of schoolchildren with harmful, addictive drugs. These groups are psychiatry and psychology.

    In 1983, a World Health Organization report stated, “…in no other medical field in South Africa is the contempt of the person, cultivated by racism, more concisely portrayed than in psychiatry.”

    This video will introduce you to some of our history that the psychiatric/pharmaceutical industry does not want you to know.

     
  • consultforlife 7:16 am on December 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    History of Racism on Television 

     

     

     
  • consultforlife 5:10 am on December 14, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Detroit Black Journal – SUN RA 

     
  • consultforlife 6:02 am on December 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    World Bank Whistleblower: Karen Hudes 

     

    Published on Oct 19, 2013

    Four Senators wrote Letters to Congress on behalf of Ms. Hudes in response to her disclosure that the Debt of the U.S.A was headed for collapse- as far back as 2005. She discovered Corruption beyond belief. She said that Americans would be astounded to know what is truly going on behind the scenes – and said our world is run by mobsters and mafia style governments. (My conclusion is that the people cannot see how their life source is nothing more than feeding those at the top. Once your work years are done, you are considered expendable and useless.) Feel free to download and reshare.

    Here is the first letter she wrote. I encourage you to visit her website and make up your own minds.

    Senator RIchard G. Lugar
    306 Hart Senate Office Building
    Washington, D. . 20510-1401

    Dear Senator Lugar,

    December 28, 2006

    As a member of the World Bank’s Legal Department for twenty years, and a
    member of the DC Bar, I am obligated by the DC Rules of Professional Conduct to
    report a weak control culture in the Bank. On June 2,2004 I informed tne Audit
    Committee of the Board of Executives Director about sensitive governance issue
    concerning interference in the Board’s access to information. The Operation Evaluations
    Department refused to reveal to the Board the role of the Bank’s poor supervision of the
    Philippine Banking Sector Reform Loan in the corrupt take-over of the second largest
    bank in the Philippine resulting in a 550 million banking failure, cancellation of $200
    million from the Bank’s loan to the Philippine, and cancellation of $200 million in
    co-financing from Japan.

    Two of the Bank’s former Ethics Officer tried in vain to protect me from
    retaliation for reporting the lapse in internal controls. Anita Baker placed my divisIon
    chief. Mohan Gopal, on mandatory administrative leave for his retaliation against me.
    After Jacqueline Gates replaced Anita Baker, Ethic Officer, she asked the Institutional
    Integrity Department (INT) and the Human Resource Department (“HRD”) to end the
    retaliation, then both INT and HRD refused. Ms. Gates resigned in frustration. I have
    reported the risk to the reputation of the U for probity in it oversight of the Ban to
    Senior management ,the U.S. Executive Director’s office. and the Secretary
    Department. Documented in the attached correspondence.

    The Netherland constituency intervened in 2005, and the Audit Comittee
    requested INT to look into the matter. The resulting INT report of October 31,2005 was
    evasive and sought to discredit me rather than to address the serious issues which I raised. The Executive Directors are now requiring an audit of INT. The attached work program of the Board’s committee on Governance is aimed at achieving better access to
    information and greater voice in Bank management.

    The review of the bank’s conflict resolution system and policies for protection of
    whistleblowers, mandated by US law, is proceeding in a closed process that exclude.
    the Board, after a task force with a broader mandate that would have consisted of former
    members of the Board was rejected. I learned yesterday from the Staff Association that
    the new whistleblower rule had been finalized without provision for review of the final
    draft by the Board or by experts.

    Mr, Eckhard Deutscher, Dean of the Board, has informed me that the World Bank Board is treated like a mushroom, “kept in the dark, and covered with fertilizer,” It is necessary for the review of the Bank’s conflict resolution system to be put on track to achieve consensus for much needed reform in order to minimize risk to the Bank,

    I sought to mediate my personnel grievances with HRS, but was referred instead to the Bank’s Appeals Committee and the Administrative Tribunal. The performance of the Administrative Tribunal on my case documents the weaknesses in the Bank’s conflict resolution system, HRS is refusing to mediate and demanding for me to leave the Bank in July, 2007. If I am required to leave the Bank, this will dissuade any other employee who would report serious internal problems from establishing a direct line of communication with the Board.

    I am currently working with Kevin Kellum on the Farm Journal forum to be held
    in December 2007, I sincerely hope that you will help me to remain at the Bank so that I can continue my work on RULE OF LAW.

    Respectfully,
    Karen Jude
    http://kahudes.net/

     
  • consultforlife 3:14 am on December 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    The Legacy of Apartheid – South Africa 

     

    Published on Sep 2, 2013

    For downloads and more information visit:http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=65766

    As the world fears for Nelson Mandela’s health, this report asks what will be the legacy of the leader who abolished apartheid? And what lies in store for a South Africa still wrestling with its demons?

    Formed at the end of Apartheid, Orania is a controversial segregated community founded by White Afrikaners. According to its leader and grandson of the man behind Apartheid Henrik Verwoerd, “when we talk about Orania, we think about the true South Africa and we see a huge loss. The demise of law and order. An increase in corruption, theft and violent crimes.” Yet there are many who see this as a regressive step and numerous communities are willing to promote multicultural ways of life as the future of South Africa: “Black, white, cape colored, working class, middle class. We do not stop at talking: we put it into practice” says one local. For most, the dream of a united South Africa still has a long way to go.

     
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