September 30, 2012 - Full Moon 7 ° Aries (Fire)
We know that insanity is increasing and can't be stopped until the program ends. In the past, employers had to watch out for sexual harassment, racial discrimination, among other employment issues - now they have to watch out for the insane employee they fired. This has to do with personal grievances, yet I have to wonder what the terrorist cells across the country are plotting and planning ... and they are. Here's the latest out on Minneapolis in the energy of a Fire Moon.
2012 Minneapolis workplace shooting Wikipedia
Five dead after workplace shooting in Minneapolis, police say MSNBC - September 28, 2012
A gunman killed four people inside a Minneapolis sign-making business before turning the weapon on himself, authorities said early Friday. The victims' bodies were found shortly after officers arrived at Accent Signage Systems Inc., located in a residential area in the city's north side, after receiving a 911 call Thursday afternoon, according to police spokesman Sgt. Stephen McCarty.
On an equally serious note ... so please pay attention. Does someone push the wrong button?
Israel's Netanyahu: Draw 'clear red line' to stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons MSNBC - September 28, 2012
In a speech at the U.N. Thursday, Netanyahu said that Iran will have enough enriched uranium to build a bomb by next summer. He said his "red line" to stop Iran from gaining nuclear weapons is to stop it from accumulating that uranium -- because it would impossible to know when Iran has achieved the next step: building a detonator to fire a weapon.
Ahmadinejad pushes new world order Yahoo - September 26, 2012
After an hour of fielding questions about Syria, sanctions and nuclear weapons, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had enough. Now, he said, it was his turn to choose the topic - his "new order" which will inevitably replace the current era of what he called U.S. bullying. Continuing his hectic pace of media appearances and diplomatic meetings, Ahmadinejad presented an air of boredom when it came to the hot topic on everyone's mind - Iran's nuclear program and the possibility of impending war. Whether it was feigned or sincere, he said he would much rather be talking about his vision of what the next world order might be. Conveniently, it would be an order in which the U.S. and the traditional powers play a smaller role and every country has equal standing (though the state of Israel, he often predicts, will soon become a historical footnote).
The New World Order has different meanings depending on who you talk to, but has always been identified with conspiracy theories, negative global control, and often end times. Many people believe the New World Order has always existed, linked to secret governments, the Illuminati, aliens, and just about any group who really runs the world (shadow government). I first heard about the New World Order from Bill Cooper when I sponsored him in NYC in the early 1990's. The New World was also a common theme during the administration of former president George H.W. Bush when he was in office. The Bush family has a long history of cover-ups with membership in a sector society called Skull and Bones.
Have you had enough of the men who rule the world, or want to rule? Me too. Thursday night, on Glee, the students showed us how ridiculous campaigning can get, their High School Presidential election ending it in one episode, while we have to sit through month after month of Obama vs. Romney - the rest of the world laughing at the stupidity of it all. It's all sophomoric comedy.
Tonight, "Fringe" returns for its final season. Generally, the first half of their season isn't good, so when I tap into the part of me that watched it the last time we looped - and knows what happens - there is no level of anticipation or excitement. A friend made a interesting comment the other day. If the program ends this year - we will never see the final episodes of Fringe. I can live with that. How about you?
Let the games begin ... and they did Thursday night to cheers by NFL fans
Real refs return to cheers Yahoo - September 28, 2012
They walked like conquering heroes through the tunnel of football gladiators. And the greatest decision the NFL's returning officials had to make Thursday night was whether to tip their caps to the roar that rolled down from above. t was less than an hour before their first game back after the national nightmare that was their lockout, and the sound that surrounded them from the still half-filled M&T Bank Stadium felt like sweet music. They suspected such a welcome as they dressed in their tiny cinder-blocked room beneath the stadium's stands. They discussed what it would feel like to step into cheers.