Tuesday, November 23, 2010



Whether they like it or not, parents in Vallejo are going to have to deal with their children learning about same-sex rights. Angry parents in the Vallejo Unified School District packed the district's office Wednesday evening to protest a plan to teach grade school children a course that depicts gay relationships.Officials from the Vallejo Unified School District told parents they do not have the right to opt out of a lesson plan designed to promote tolerance. The controversy involves three movies that are scheduled to be shown to students from kindergarten through the fifth grade that talk about same-sex relationships.

The district was ordered by a court in May 2009 to get ready to discuss the sensitive issues. The ACLU filed suit against the district on behalf of an openly gay student who says she was being harassed by teachers and staff for being gay.

The student won the suit and now the district is required to hold mandatory training, which includes showing the controversial videos to students. At issue is the district not allowing parents to opt out from having their children watch the videos. Parents say they have the right to control what their children learn but the videos are being shown. District Superintendant Floyd Gonella disagrees in this case."We do not feel that this is an area that students can opt out and we feel this is an area we don't have to give prior notification," he said. But Karen England with the Capitol Resource institute said "no where in the state law does it prohibit you as a school board from doing an opt in policy."

The Strecker Memorandum

The Strecker Memorandum is a 96 minute Video Tape and one of the most controversial video tapes you will ever see. Robert B. Strecker M.D. PhD, presents with document evidence the Truth about AIDS being a Man-Made Disease. In his video he lectures how the AIDS Virus was Predicted, Requested, Created and introduced into human population through Medical Injection Programs. Dr. Strecker practices Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology in Los Angeles as a trained pathologist, with a PhD in Pharmacology.

Thursday, November 11, 2010


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Making A Killing: The Untold Story Of Psychotropic Drugging Pt 3

A tale of deception

Psychotropic drugs. Its the story of big money—drugs that fuel a $33 billion psychiatric industry. Without a single cure. The cost in human terms is even greater—these drugs now kill an estimated 42,000 people every year. And the death count keeps rising.


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Mystery missile launched off coast of California caught on tape near Los Angeles

Found: a massive ballistic missile streaking across the sky off the coast of California last night.

Anyone want to claim it? Because the U.S. military says it's not theirs.

A news helicopter for CBS station KCBS captured stunning video of what appeared to be a missile launch 35 miles off the California coast, just north of Catalina Island. The video shows a giant streak across the sunset sky, leaving a column of white smoke in its wake.

For now, though, the missile's origins and purpose are a mystery.

A Navy spokesman told CBS affiliate KFMB in San Diego that the missile did not belong to them and that there had been no Navy activity reported in the area.

Officials at The Pentagon also did not know any details about the launch and said that it could not have been a planned military action, NBC San Diego reported.

Former Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Ellsworth told the San Diego station that the missile was “not a Tomahawk” but could possibly have been a test firing from a submarine to serve as a demonstration of American military might to Asia.

On Friday night, an Air Force base in California launched a rocket carrying an Italian satellite into orbit, but a sergeant at the base told KFMB there had been no launches since then.