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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2010, 01:40:49 pm »
But consider the source! They've been smearing her since she won. I would like more proof.
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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2010, 01:47:07 pm »
But consider the source! They've been smearing her since she won. I would like more proof.

True.  But there is the vid.  What do you think? Anyhow, it does provide some damaging info, unfortunately.

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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2010, 01:53:11 pm »
Man she was hot. Definitely looked like the witch type. Is that stuff real? My neighbor said he witnessed some witch move a boulder without touching it.

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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2010, 02:01:04 pm »
O'Donnell was Wicca, and Rand Paul "worshiped the Aqua Buddha"

...the libtard establishment is soooo desperate.

Is this the best they can come up with?

At least at Infowars, they do real journalism, and exposed O'Donnell's war-mongering statements.

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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2010, 02:05:43 pm »
O'Donnell was Wicca, and Rand Paul "worshiped the Aqua Buddha"

...the libtard establishment is soooo desperate.

Is this the best they can come up with?

At least at Infowars, they do real journalism, and exposed O'Donnell's war-mongering statements.


Watch the video man she admitted she hung out with witches and has been to satanic blood rituals. Why would she lie about that?

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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #6 on: September 18, 2010, 02:22:51 pm »
Yeah, that's pretty crazy.  Now if she comes out and says she repented of that and is no longer involved in witchcraft in any way, it could be forgiven.

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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #7 on: September 18, 2010, 02:29:24 pm »
O'Donnell was Wicca, and Rand Paul "worshiped the Aqua Buddha"

...the libtard establishment is soooo desperate.

Is this the best they can come up with?

At least at Infowars, they do real journalism, and exposed O'Donnell's war-mongering statements.


This is an experiment.

A good 50-80% of America's children already have hours of this kind of video about them. The surveillance industrial complex and the surveillance based economy is using this as a test as to how valuable these videos, data mining, indexing, etc. are. It is a bunch of BS compared to her warmongering policies.
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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #8 on: September 18, 2010, 02:30:53 pm »
Watch the video man she admitted she hung out with witches and has been to satanic blood rituals. Why would she lie about that?

It sounds like fraternity bulls**t in college, that she did about two decades ago.  She did become Christian in the mid-90s, and that was discussed at length in an article today on Infowars.

Now Sotomayor on the other hand STILL attends Belizean Grove, and the Republican establishment types STILL attend Bohemian Grove, which is a cause of concern.

College kids do get tempted with weird fraternal s**t, and then they grow out of it like O'Donnell did, and then end up recanting it.  Now old man Kissinger on the other hand is in his 80s and he STILL does rituals.  That's a big difference.

So your telling me that it's a big deal because O'Donnell  attended a Witchcraft ritual in college, and that she recanted it 11 years ago, and some how it's relevant today?

You fell face first into a libtard establishment trap.  This article/clip was tailor-made to attack O'Donnell, the same way the "Aqua Buddha"/Rand Paul faux controversy was tailor-made.  The libtard establishment knows darn well the conspiracy element of the TEA party will fall into that cheap trap.  I don't because I know everyone has skeletons in their closet, that they regret doing.

Something the TEA party types should confront O'Donnell on is her war-mongering statements, because that was only a year and a half ago.

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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #9 on: September 18, 2010, 05:30:49 pm »
 Digs quote:At least at Infowars, they do real journalism, and exposed O'Donnell's war-mongering statements
I have to bump that.
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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #10 on: September 18, 2010, 05:34:53 pm »
Was just listening to Tarpley GCN World Crisis Radio (this week's show). He thinks she is an operative.

We need more info on this lady. I never heard of her until this election. 




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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2010, 06:02:36 pm »
how come they dont care about bohemian grove

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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #12 on: September 18, 2010, 10:03:14 pm »
She's just a kid in this. Heck, even I had an Ouijao board and an upside down cross at one time. Had no idea what any of it meant, but it looked cool.
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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #13 on: September 18, 2010, 10:11:52 pm »
She's just a kid in this. Heck, even I had an Ouijao board and an upside down cross at one time. Had no idea what any of it meant, but it looked cool.

Yeah all the slumber parties I went to everyone wanted to play with the Ouija board.  :o  I used to think Ozzy Osbourne and Alice Cooper were cool too--but then I grew up!  ;D

The very people spun-up and out-of-control are on a witch hunt--and if any of us learned anything from history, a lot of innocent people were murdered in 1692.  ::)
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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #14 on: September 18, 2010, 11:32:50 pm »
HOW COME HUFFINGTON POST DOES NOT DISCUSS ARIANNA'S INVOLVEMENT IN WITCHCRAFT?



Who is the loving woman who cares about freedom and the constitution?

here are some of her accomplishments...

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-Left syndicated columnist and media personality
-Founder, editor and namesake of The Huffington Post
-2003 California gubernatorial candidate
-Divorced wife of California Congressman and oil millionaire Michael Huffington
-Member and ordained minister of John-Roger “cult” the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness
-Former disciple of group-sex and germ-warfare guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh  

  

Arianna Huffington is a “progressive independent” syndicated columnist, author, media personality, and co-host of the nationally distributed public radio program Left, Right & Center, for which she originally represented the “right.” In May 2005 she became founder, editor and namesake of the Huffington Post, a webzine and Internet “blog” featuring mostly left-liberal participants whose writings there are also distributed to newspapers by the Chicago Tribune’s Tribune Media Services.

Huffington was born Arianna Stassinopoulos on May 15, 1950 in Athens, Greece. Her mother Elli was active in the Communist-led Greek resistance movement during World War II. Her journalist father Constantine edited the resistance newspaper Paron, survived internment in a Nazi concentration camp, and after the war became a publisher. When Arianna was 16 her parents divorced, and she and her younger sister moved with their mother to England.

In England Arianna attended Cambridge University, where she studied Keynesian economics at Girton College and one of her tutors was the Maoist economist Joan Robinson. At Cambridge she became the first foreign-born female president of the famed debating society the Cambridge Union and an outspoken Tory. She graduated in 1972 with a master’s degree in economics.

After dating John Selwyn, a young Conservative Member of Parliament, Arianna met and settled into a close eight-year relationship with Times of London columnist Bernard Levin, 22 years her senior, who she did not marry but described, after his 2004 death, as “the big love of my life.” While with him she published her first book in 1973, The Female Woman, a response to Germaine Greer’s best-seller The Female Eunuch that accused orthodox feminists of denigrating a woman’s freedom to choose marriage and motherhood.

In search of spirituality, Arianna read the collected works of psychoanalyst Carl G. Jung.

She introduced Levin to an organization called Insight whose rituals encouraged followers to act out their fantasies.

The future Arianna Huffington also became a disciple of the Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, whose cult practiced open sexual intercourse among its members, and with its leader, as a central sacrament of their faith. This cult later moved to America’s West Coast and attempted to take over an Oregon town. Bhagwan devotees were directed to purchase what eventually became 139 white Rolls Royces for their leader. As Judith Miller and two other New York Times investigative reporters recounted in their 2001 book Germs: Biological Weapons and America’s Secret War, the Rajneesh cult spread potentially lethal Salmonella bacteria in this town. Rajneesh cult members did this as a way of infecting and incapacitating town residents on election day so that cult voters could win control of the local government. The Bhagwan died in 1990.

“It was like knowing there was another dimension to life and that I wanted to experience it, knowing that nothing else mattered as much,” Huffington later told Stephanie Mansfield of the Washington Post about this time of her life. “It took me over completely.”


Out of this spiritual experience, Arianna in 1979 published her second book, After Reason (published in England with the title The Other Revolution). In it she criticized both the right and left for doing too little for society’s poor.

In 1980 Arianna moved to New York City and soon began to tour the United States to promote her new book about a Greek operatic diva, Maria Callas: The Woman Behind the Legend. In 1988 she wrote a biography of Pablo Picasso, Picasso: Creator and Destroyer, which was the subject of a lawsuit from one of Picasso’s mistresses who Arianna had interviewed.

While visiting California she met the man who remains her spiritual guide to this day, John-Roger (Hinkins), founder of a New Age church apparently spun off from the ECKANKAR cult teachings of Paul Twitchell. John-Roger’s Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA) is a faith based on “the Mystical Traveler, a spiritual consciousness that exists throughout all levels of God’s creation.”

One disciple of John-Roger’s was the New York Times best-selling author Peter McWilliams. As a de-programmed ex-member, McWilliams wrote the expose Life 102: What to Do When Your Guru Sues You (1994). In this book McWilliams alleged that the charismatic John-Roger had told McWilliams the he (McWilliams) could be cured of AIDS if he wrote books giving John-Roger co-authorship and at least half of the books’ profits, which the “brainwashed” McWilliams agreed to do. To this day, John-Roger insists that he was the chief writer of such co-authored best-sellers as Life 101, and implied that McWilliams was more his scribe than a co-equal author.

In Life 102 McWilliams described how Arianna Huffington, too, had been duped by John-Roger and had become a major contributor to, and an ordained minister of, MSIA. McWilliams released to the press a video of Huffington in a white robe being baptized by John-Roger. “I’ve gotten a lot of value from John-Roger’s work,” said Arianna Huffington. “He’s a good friend.”


In the United States, Arianna dated a variety of men. Among them were real estate tycoon and U.S. News & World Report Editor-in-Chief Mort Zuckerman and former California Governor Jerry Brown. Dole Pineapple CEO David Murdoch and his wife then introduced her to Texas oil millionaire Michael Huffington, who she married in April 1986 in a wedding ceremony financed as a gift by Ann Getty. But Arianna's friendship with Getty ended when the latter found that Huffington had frivolously spent $30,000 on her wedding dress and $100,000 in all.

Heir to approximately $80 millon from the sale of his family’s oil company, Michael Huffington spent $5.4 million in 1992 to win a seat in Congress from Santa Barbara, California. In 1994 he ran for U.S. Senate against longtime veteran Democratic politician and incumbent Dianne Feinstein and narrowly lost. One issue contributing to his defeat was public concern over Arianna Huffington’s links to the John-Roger cult. “He has more influence on her than anyone else in the world,” Michael Huffington years later told the New York Times of Arianna’s relationship with John-Roger.

In 1995 the new Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich helped make Arianna Huffington a senior fellow at his conservative think tank the Progress and Freedom Foundation, creating its “Center for Effective Compassion” (her name and idea) to advocate volunteerism as an alternative to the welfare state. She hosted the talk show Critical Mass on Republican Party-attuned National Empowerment Television. Her column in the conservative Washington Times newspaper was soon syndicated nationwide.


Huffington’s relationship with Gingrich soured abruptly for reasons unexplained. (In her 2000 book How To Overthrow the Government, Huffington claims that Gingrich did not care about the poor.) Returning to California after her husband Michael was forced to give up his congressional seat when he ran for the Senate, Arianna quickly organized a quite different social scene around herself -- consisting of media leftists like Harry Shearer, Bill Maher, Al Franken, and Los Angeles Times columnist Robert Scheer.

Soon she became a frequent guest on television, embraced by Maher and Franken who understood the 180-degree turn she was about to make better than most. In 1996 the cable channel Comedy Central made Franken and Huffington a team covering that year’s political conventions, and she was nominated for an Emmy for her role in this coverage. She was able to keep her credibility as a conservative, however, by hammering President Clinton with some wit during the Monica Lewinsky affair and impeachment process.

Huffington continued to write books. Her coffee table volume The Gods of Greece (1983) described the deities of Greek mythology as representing “powerful psychological realities.” Under her married name she wrote about her continuing spiritual exploration in Fourth Instinct: The Call of the Soul (1994). And, while ostensibly still a conservative, she wrote about President Bill Clinton’s sex scandal in a novel, Greetings from the Lincoln Bedroom (1998).

In 1997 the Huffingtons divorced, with Arianna receiving an undisclosed but large financial settlement in the seven-figure range. This event became a watershed in her orientation and choice of political bedfellows.

“She’s a chameleon,” Michael Huffington told the New York Times to describe his former wife. Since their divorce, Arianna Huffington’s political positions have shifted dramatically towards the left. She now describes herself as a “progessive independent” who is “coming from the fourth dimension of political time and space.”

In 2000 Arianna Huffington was deeply involved in staging the “Shadow Conventions” designed as media propaganda shows to undermine Republicans and nudge Democrats farther to the political left. These mock “conventions” were organized by the “Shadow Party” organizations funded by George Soros and other wealthy leftists.

Huffington’s books in recent years reflect her new left-leaning slant. They include How to Overthrow the Government (2000); Pigs at the Trough: How Corporate Greed and Political Corruption Are Undermining America (2003); and Fanatics and Fools: The Game Plan for Winning Back America (2004).

In 2003 Arianna Huffington ran as an “independent” candidate in the California election that recalled incumbent Democratic Governor Gray Davis. She directed almost all her fire on consensus Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger, who ultimately won. One of Huffington’s chief campaign advisors during this race was her close personal friend Jodie Evans, co-founder of Code Pink. Huffingtom received only one percent of the primary votes cast. One issue that cut against her was that despite living in a $7 million mansion, holding and making huge amounts of money, and demanding higher taxes on corporations, she herself had paid only $771 in federal taxes over the previous two years.

On May 9, 2005, Huffington launched HuffingtonPost.com, a website openly intended to do for the political left what Matt Drudge’s DrudgeReport.com has done to coalesce the right. As the New York Times reported, Huffington hired for her new website, Drudge’s “right-hand web whiz, Andrew Breitbart.”

In a May 2008 interview with John Stossel, Huffington boasted that she drove a Prius hybrid vehicle in an effort to help reduce global warming. When Stossel pointed out that Huffington “also has a $7-million house that burns more carbon than a hundred people in the Third World,” Huffington replied: “There is no question that the fact that I'm living in a big house, I occasionally travel on private planes -- all those things are contradictions. I'm not setting myself up as some paragon who only goes around on a bicycle.”

In the same interview, Huffington stated that welfare reform (which was enacted in 1996) was "not a success" because it had left "a lot of people ... without job training and therefore without the ability to really lead productive lives." Stossel then pointed out that since welfare reform, eight million people had left the welfare rolls, and that many of them had gone on to find gainful employment. Huffington’s retort: “…But you know we have over 30 million Americans living below the poverty line.” When Stossel informed her that the percentage of families living below the poverty line had fallen considerably since 1996, Huffington said: “The fact that we used to live in caves is not a justification for the state of affairs right now.”

Republican strategist Ed Rollins (who managed Michael Huffington's 1994 campaign for the California Senate) once called Arianna Huffington "a domineering Greek Rasputin" who was "the most ruthless, unscrupulous, and ambitious person I'd met in thirty years in national politics."
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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #15 on: September 18, 2010, 11:38:29 pm »
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Born: 4-Oct-1917
Birthplace: Tomball, TX
Died: 11-Jul-2008
Location of death: Venice, Italy
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Gender: Male
Religion: Presbyterian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business, Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Texas Oilman

Military service: US Navy (1942-45, Lt. Cmdr.)

Wife: Phyllis Gough (d. 2003, one daughter, one son)
Daughter: Terry Dittman
Son: Michael Huffington (US Congressman, b. 3-Sep-1947)

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Michael Huffington
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Born: 3-Sep-1947
Birthplace: Dallas, TX

Gender: Male
Religion: Greek Orthodox [1]
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Bisexual [2]
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Congressman from California, 1993-95

Oil millionaire Michael Huffington bought himself a seat in the House of Representatives in 1992, spending $5.6 million of his own money to defeat incumbent Robert Lagomarsino (R-CA). It was the most expensive House seat in history. Two years later, he and wife Arianna Huffington hired GOP political strategist Ed Rollins to run Michael's campaign for the U.S. Senate, challenging Democrat Dianne Feinstein. According to Rollins' 1996 autobiography:

"Do you think I'm gay?" Michael asked.

"It's totally irrelevant what I think, and I truly couldn't care one way or another. But the stories are all over New York, Houston, and Washington, and the press is starting to pick up on them. We're getting questions about it every day. If there are any bombshells out there, it's better to be prepared for them in advance. If there's any truth to any of it, the Feinstein camp will be the first to know."

"I'm not going to answer any questions like that from you or anybody else," he said, and the meeting was over. It was the most bizarre answer I'd ever gotten from a candidate. There was no sense of outrage at such a personal query. It wasn't that he protested too much; he didn't protest at all.

He did react to a similar inquiry of mine after a story appeared in which a former staff member complained Huffington was always hugging him. He told me he always hugged his employees. I kiddingly responded that he'd never hugged me. "You're too short," he replied. I've never been more relieved to be short in my life.

However, Huffington disputes that this conversation ever occurred:

The conversation that Ed Rollins describes in his book never took place. It is pure fiction. He never, ever, brought up the subject of my sexual orientation. It should be deleted from your website since it is totally false.

In an October 1994 puff piece, columnist George Will decried the "anonymous and ad hominem" attacks against the freshman Congressman:

The New Yorker warns that an unnamed source says Huffington washes his hands frequently. Vanity Fair reports that "rumors have swirled about his sexual preference" and an unnamed gay source says of Huffington (the married father of two young girls), "I wouldn't be amazed if he thought in a couple of directions."

In 1998, after having divorced Arianna, ex-Congressman Michael Huffington finally revealed to Esquire that he was in fact bisexual. this despite having told himself 18 years prior: "I am straight, I will get married. I will have children. I will never sleep with another man again."

When Arianna ran for California governor during the 2003 recall election, Michael instead endorsed Arnold Schwarzenegger, who he described as "a charismatic leader."

[1] Raised Presbyterian.

[2] David Brock, "The Strange Odyssey of Michael Huffington", Esquire, 1 January 1999. "He doesn't seem gay to himself. Gay means so much more, carries so much cultural baggage, and he's not that. The word gay just doesn't describe him. It really doesn't... But he is homosexual. It wasn't a choice; it can't be changed. Lord knows, he tried." Later a direct quote, "I now know that my sexuality is part of who I am. It's not unlike other things in my life. I was not interested in the oil business, not the whole time I worked there. It seems I had to do a lot of things to find out they were not what I wanted to do."

Father: Roy M. Huffington (Texas oilman, b. 1917, d. 2008)
Mother: Phyllis Gough Huffington
Sister: Terry Huffington Dittman
Wife: Arianna Huffington (m. Apr-1986, div. Jun-1997)

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    University: BA Economics, Stanford University (1970)
    University: BS Engineering, Stanford University (1970)
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Arianna Huffington
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AKA Arianna Stassinopoulos

Born: 15-Jul-1950
Birthplace: Athens, Greece

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Columnist, Socialite
Party Affiliation: Independent [1]

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Huffington Post

Arianna Huffington is a columnist, web publisher, and frequent presence on TV talking head shows who has a difficult-to-understand accent.

She first came to moderate fame in California, as the strong, somewhat domineering wife of 1994 Republican candidate for Senate Michael Huffington, the heir to oil magnate Roy M. Huffington's fortune. Her husband was defeated by Democrat Dianne Feinstein, and after the election he divorced her and announced himself to be gay.

After the divorce the former Mrs Huffington went to work for Republican Newt Gingrich
, and wrote a conservative newspaper column that was syndicated, but with minimal success. Readers and editors were perplexed when, instead of being utterly predictable in her views, Huffington's columns began inching bit-by-bit to the left. By the turn of the millennium, she had reinvented herself as a liberal columnist.

Huffington has taken vicious but well-deserved jabs at Rush Limbaugh and George W. Bush, but also described the Democratic Party's leadership as being "in complete denial". She supports medical marijuana, hardly a controversial stand in California. She has criticized Florida Governor Jeb Bush for pulling strings to ensure that his drug-addled daughter Noelle Bush sidestepped all the normal legal penalties for her crimes. She calls for programs that genuinely support the troops, from increased medical benefits to mental health counseling for returning war vets. She wants America to abide by the Geneva Conventions, and has called for the closing of Guantanamo and other extralegal U.S.-operated prisons.

In 2003, Huffington put together a series of TV and print ads that parodied the White House's "drug war" ads, which had claimed that smoking pot was supporting terrorism. In Huffington's ads, she argued that SUV sales and the oceans of fuel needed to keep those vehicles rolling, funneled much more money to terrorist governments than any pot purchases.

In 2005 she founded The Huffington Post, a website featuring news republished or summarized from traditional media coverage, alongside celebrity bloggers and un-paid amateur posts. The site has proven increasingly popular with a liberal-leaning audience, and in 2008 Huffington Post hired a small staff of paid investigative reporters. In 2009, former Washington Post reporter and media critic Dan Froomkin was hired as Washington bureau chief.


[1] In 2003 Huffington ran for Governor of California, finishing far in the distance behind Arnold Schwarzenegger. She now describes herself as an independent, unaligned with either party.

Father: Constantine Stassinopoulos (economist)
Mother: Elli Stassinopoulos
Sister: Agapi
Husband: Michael Huffington (m. Apr-1986, div. Jun-1997, two daughters)
Boyfriend: Werner Erhard
Boyfriend: Mort Zuckerman
Boyfriend: Jerry Brown
Boyfriend: Bernard Levin (London Times, 8 years)
Boyfriend: David Murdock (billionaire)


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The Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (or MSIA, sometimes pronounced "messiah") is a 501(c)(3) non-profit religious corporation, incorporated in California on June 25, 1971. Prior to incorporation, the group was founded in California in 1968 by John-Roger (formerly Roger Delano Hinkins). The church has about 5,000 active students, mainly in the United States, as well as in 32 countries around the world. MSIA is alleged by some sources to be a religious cult.

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History and Teachings

MSIA teaches a meditation technique known as Spiritual Exercises. Spiritual Exercises (or SEs) are an active meditation technique based on chanting specific sacred Sanskrit words internally, in a similar fashion to the Transcendental Meditation (TM) techniques. MSIA also offers its students a twelve-year study support subscription called Soul Awareness Discourses. Discourses are a program designed to educate students on the teachings of MSIA and assist readers stay focused on their spiritual practices. Both the tones and discourses are held sacred to each student.

The Founder John-Roger (formerly Hinkins) and John Morton are considered to be the leaders of the group and are both referred to as the "Traveler".

Often called a 'church without walls' by its members, MSIA is a religion per se, that provides a set of tools and techniques to teach Soul Transcendence. Soul Transcendence, as defined by MSIA, is the process of becoming aware of yourself as a soul and as one with God. The MSIA teachings draw primarily on the ministry of Jesus Christ ("The Christ Consciousness is the spiritual line of energy undergirding MSIA")[1]; they also include elements of esoteric Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, and the Sant Mat tradition.[citation needed]
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Founder
 
Roger Delano Hinkins, known as John-Roger, MSIA founder

Roger Delano Hinkins was born on September 24, 1934 to a Mormon family in Rains, Utah. Hinkins was raised in Utah and received a degree in psychology from the University of Utah in 1958 before moving to San Francisco to work as an insurance claims adjustor before getting a job teaching English at Rosemead High School in a suburb of Los Angeles.

According to Hinkins' official web site, he first attended the University of Utah, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology in 1958 and a Secondary Teaching Credential in 1960; he later performed post-graduate work at the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Southern California and California State University, Los Angeles.[2] Hinkins also holds a California Secondary Life Teaching Credential, and a Doctorate of Spiritual Science from the Peace Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy,[2] an unaccredited institution which Hinkins founded in 1977.

In the early 1960s Hinkins took a correspondence course with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis [Just like Sirhan Sirhan!]and occasionally attended the Agasha Temple of Wisdom. Eckankar asserts that Hinkins also joined their group in 1967 and was given a second initiation by its founder Paul Twitchell in 1968 but this is disputed.[3]

In late 1963 Hinkins underwent a kidney stone operation, which led to a nine-day coma and reputed near-death experience. Shortly after this, Hinkins visited two trance-channelers and claimed to have encountered a higher consciousness named 'John within himself', and began referring to himself as John-Roger.[4]

In 1971 Hinkins formally organized MSIA, a new religious movement based in California, United States.[4]

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Related organizations founded by John-Roger
Peace Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy (PTS)
University of Santa Monica (USM)
Institute for Individual and World Peace (IIWP)
Insight Seminars
Heartfelt Foundation
Mandeville Press
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Criticism and controversy

MSIA has been criticized by a variety of people over the years, but David C. Lane and Peter McWilliams provide the most substantive body of criticism, both of which focus on the role of founder John-Roger. The gist of Lane's criticism of Hinkins is that he uses spiritual teachings taken from Paul Twitchell's Eckankar, who in turn took them from Radha Soami Satsang Beas, with which Lane is actively involved. MSIA has also been referred to as an "offshoot" of Lifespring.[5]

Ex-MSIA Minister Peter McWilliams wrote Life 102: What to Do When Your Guru Sues You,, which was critical of Hinkins. McWilliams also dismisses MSIA as little more than a personality cult. In his book Williams asserts that Hinkins suffers from narcissistic personality disorder, possibly due to his 1963 coma. At the time of writing the book McWilliams, by his own admission, was treating himself daily with medical cannabis for chronic nausea.

Williams chronicles his extended relationship with Hinkins, accusing him of various misrepresentations and improprieties. However, McWilliams later agreed to abandon the copyright to MSIA to settle libel litigation over the contents of the book, and later asked that the book be removed from circulation in a notarized letter[7], stating "the content of the book is no longer one with which I would like to have my name associated".[8].
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Cult allegations

MSIA has frequently been accused of being a Cult of Personality. Whether or not MSIA should be labeled a cult is a matter of dispute. Both the movement and its founder have been through alleged scandals (published in People Magazine and the Los Angeles Times among other publications) suggesting financial improprieties as well as sexual misconduct by Hinkins.[6] MSIA gained widespread attention during the senatorial campaign of Michael Huffington, whose wife, Arianna Huffington, denied that she was a member of MSIA. [1]

Some researchers of new religions object to the pejorative term "cult" because all religions go through internal and external disputes. These conflicts are often stereotyped in the press and by others as evidence of cult practices.

On the topic of MSIA's potential to cause harm to its members or the world, James R. Lewis further asserts:

when compared with other movements stigmatized as destructive cults, MSIA is one of the most innocuous groups I have ever studied .. MSIA specifically states that ... anything ... relating to a person's physical life ... is up to each person to decide for himself/herself. In fact, as with joining any mainstream denomination, almost nothing changes in one's lifestyle when one becomes involved in this church ... Given the lack of outward requirements, I have a difficult time imagining how the organization would go about operationalizing "destructiveness" even if the group's leadership decided it wanted MSIA to start acting like a destructive cult - it would be like the Elks Club trying to transform itself into a destructive cult.[7]
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Notable persons who have studied in MSIA
David Allen [9]
Sally Kirkland[10]
Peter McWilliams[11]
Carl Wilson[12]
Arianna Huffington[13]
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Re: New Age Priestess Arianna Huffington on a "witch hunt" against O'Donnell
« Reply #16 on: September 18, 2010, 11:47:08 pm »
Arianna at the New Age of Wonder Dinner with Genocidal Eugenecist Sir William Gates III

http://www.edge.org/documents/dinner2010/dinner2010_index.html
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« Reply #17 on: September 19, 2010, 12:03:19 am »
I'm trending flying monkeys by November at this rate.


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I'm trending flying monkeys by November at this rate.




Oh man, almost pissed my pants.
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Re: New Age Priestess Arianna Huffington on a "witch hunt" against O'Donnell
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Re: New Age Priestess Arianna Huffington on a "witch hunt" against O'Donnell
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Digs quote:At least at Infowars, they do real journalism, and exposed O'Donnell's war-mongering statements
I have to bump that.
 Those who are not against the wars are in line with the NWO's. The wars are the nucleus of the entire abomination,and at the forefront of the elites goal.

Unfortunately unlike such true leaders as Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul, most genuinely libertarian-patriot candidates will be forced to  pull a page from the ZioNAZI RepublicRAT/DeMOBlican "Obama bin Soetoro Playbook" and lie like rugs in order to evade the ZIONAZI's muck-raking attack dogs and get themselves safely elected.

The days of the RFK-style of honest campaigning were over many years ago in the established corporate-privatist Union of ZIONIST-Socialist RepublicKs

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Christine O'Donnell disaster in Delaware is not a win
http://www.devvy.com/new_site/christine_odonnell_091810.html

By: Devvy
September 18, 2010

First let me say that I am and have been a vocal supporter of the tea party movement. I have said on my radio show many times and in columns, I hope the tea party movement remains independent because that is where their strength lies. Many of us feel some of the larger factions have been co-opted by neo cons like Sarah Palin who endorsed O'Donnell. The tea party movement has become a force to be reckoned with and a welcome awakening. Having said that, I am simply appalled by the hysterical reaction to the "win" by Christine O'Donnell in the primary this past Tuesday out in Delaware. Not because I don't support citizen candidates. I do 100%. All candidates have supporters and detractors, that's a given. However, with the O'Donnell win, I see sincere, well meaning people supporting a completely unqualified candidate who is in over her head.

I knew nothing about Christine O'Donnell until her "win" over Rep. Mike Castle. So, I spent quite a bit of time looking into who she is and what she stands for on the issues. Its been difficult. O'Donnell's 2008 web site is here. At least for the moment. Some of the You Tube's of her being caught in her lies have now disappeared from just two days ago while I was doing research. Her 2010 web site was a joke until the day after her win, then it simply disappeared. All of a sudden it was one page (directed by Drudge) to donate only. Donate without a lick of information? Gullible and desperate Americans across the country poured about a half million bux into her campaign account within 24 hours. They may as well have spent the money on some frivolous trinket.

When you go to her 2008 site and click on issues you are taken to her 2010 site. None of the links work. It seems so many items on O'Donnell on the Internet have been pulled:

2. O'Donnell Lies on Fox News - NewsBack

"WILMINGTON — In an appearance Thursday on Fox News' “Your World With Neil Cavuto,” perennial fringe candidate Christine O'Donnell (R-DE), falsely denied a ..."
www.delawaregop.com/NewsBack.aspx?guid=de0764ab-8469-492a-841f-6f80696b4463

Perhaps you have to be a member of Delaware GOP to read it......or, now that useful fools like Sen. John Cornyn has made nice with Ms. Christine, it's time to wipe her slate clean.

O'Donnell is a proven liar who thinks she can simply shrug off her lies like lint on her skirt. She's lied about her education and alleged previous victories. Back taxes to the IRS: Anyone can have problems with the Gestapo, but she lies about it in the most ridiculous fashion.

Her house went into foreclosure because she's either too lazy to get a real job or feels playing wanna be politician is more fun.

O'Donnell was sued by a college she attended and when questioned about it, comes up with a zinger accompanied by her annoying and silly giggling: "I think the fact that I have struggled financially is what makes me so sympathetic," O'Donnell said." Yep, a real grizzly mama in the making. One could almost forgive her 'deer in the head lights look' all the time if she just understood the cancers plaguing this nation and offers solutions, but she hasn't a clue. I know her supporters will disagree with me, but how many of them understand federal jurisdiction, treaties, the disabilities of our monetary system, what must be done and other critical issues that fall under the duties of a senator? I'm not trying to sound smug or superior, but so many Americans really don't understand issues that have taken me many years of studying and research to understand.

This site gives a factual accounting of O'Donnell's expertise in handling money matters. I don't know if O'Donnell appreciates the seriousness of what she's doing with campaign money. I ran for Congress so I know what full disclosure means and the laws about how a candidate can use campaign money. She's been smacked down many times already by the Federal Election Commission. I suspect now with more than $750,000 bux flowing into her coffers, it wouldn't surprise me to see this end up with a grand jury down the line unless someone in her campaign stops her. Since O'Donnell has no job except constantly running for office, she would be hard pressed to repay fines. Oh, wait. She will use your campaign donation! Quite frankly, what I see is a person who has learned how to game the system.

For someone who's adult life reflects nothing but financial problems and an inability to handle relatively small amounts of money, what makes anyone think she is qualified to vote on complicated budgets that run into the billions?

Not to mention inconsistencies in her stories:

"O'Donnell tells The Weekly Standard that while she does pay rent on what is technically her legal residence with campaign funds, she also has a separate permanent residence, the location of which she won't disclose "for security reasons." And, "Asked about a financial disclosure showing that O'Donnell only had $5,800 of earned income last year, O'Donnell told me that she actually made more but didn't have to and wouldn't disclose how much." [Emphasis mine]

I'm sure the IRS took note of that bothersome fact.

Mark Levin defended O'Donnell (You Tube video) saying he doesn't care about any of the above. While I agree Castle should be thrown out with the rest of the crooks, character does matter. The question I have is: How did O'Donnell end up being the only available person to run against Castle? Go to this You Tube and watch O'Donnell lie with a smile. (at 2:18 into the clip - interview on FOX with Neil Cavuto) Yes, her house was foreclosed on and was set for a sheriff's sale on August 1, 2008. O'Donnell seemingly is challenging that:

Christine Counters — Christine O'Donnell for U.S. Senate
"3 Sep 2010 ... Yet, my opponent is circulating a supposed foreclosure notice. ... also claimed that O'Donnell actually lost her home in a sheriff's sale, ..."
christine2010.com/blog/472-christine-counters/

However, like so many other sources, the link is dead. Of course, everyone else is lying! Click here to see the documents.

Yes, she has a federal tax lien against her, but in that interview with Cavuto she lies right to the camera. Does she think no one will notice? Quite frankly, I don't know how anyone with integrity could continue to work for her campaign after watching that interview.

If you think I'm being unfair, please remember that I belong to no political party. I don't live in Delaware, so I have no favorite candidate. How about the opinion of someone who did work for her?

Nominating Christine O'Donnell (DE) Could Destroy the Tea Party

"I volunteered for the O'Donnell campaign in 2008. I am not owed any money nor have I ever received payment from either the O'Donnell or Castle campaigns. Working with her for an election cycle taught me one indisputable fact: Christine O'Donnell is not deserving of ever holding elected office and her nomination will be nothing short of catastrophic to the Tea Party Movement. While Virginians may not be concerned with an election in Delaware, they absolutely should be. The implications for conservatives everywhere are enormous.


"While I have some serious concerns about Mike Castle, I realize that he is the best option for Republicans in Delaware. At least he has some record of achievement whereas O'Donnell has never held any public office at any level. It would be one thing to justify a political neophyte as a Senator if they were perhaps a savvy businessperson, but this is not the case with O'Donnell, she has struggled to make ends meet all of her adult life.

"Everything being said about her is absolutely true – from her house almost going into foreclosure to failing to graduate from Fairleigh Dickenson for payment delinquencies (then lying about it). She has failed to retain a full-time job for the last 5 years or so, she's on the brink of losing her license because of speeding tickets, and she still refuses to pay her staffers from her last campaign – including a significant amount to Davy Keegan, a member of the U.S. Navy. Running your own life into the ground is one thing, but to treat a member of our Armed Forces in such a way is disgusting.

"It is also true that she was fired from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute for attempting to steal their internal email list. She then turned around and unsuccessfully sued them, claiming sexual discrimination. She may talk the talk of a conservative but she certainly does not walk the walk. Christine is hoodwinking the American people into believing she actually cares about them, but she only cares about herself. Her delusions and dishonesty are unbecoming of any elected official at any level. Conservatives everywhere need to learn that we cannot take all candidates at face value without some proof of their dedication to the cause. Claiming to be a conservative is not enough.

"There are more crushing components in her back story that have yet to surface, but they will if she wins the GOP nomination. The Coons campaign is licking their collective chops with a smorgasbord of opposition research that hasn't yet seen the light of day. This is a warning to conservatives if you nominate O'Donnell: The national media will write off not only her but the entire Tea Party Movement as a laughing stock which could result in its ultimate demise.

"Its time to face facts, we lost the battle in Delaware by backing a candidate in O'Donnell who has conned the American people into believing she is a conservative – she is not. We need to cut our losses, nominate Mike Castle, and regroup for the next battle in November."

"Alan Moore is a conservative activist and public relations expert in Fairfax, VA. He has served as the press secretary for a 2008 Presidential campaign and presently works for Townhall.com. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in communication at George Mason University." His contact information is at the bottom of his statement.

Is he just a sour grapes person?

Ex-aide: Christine O'Donnell a 'complete fraud'

"The call  features the voice of Kristin Murray, who ran O'Donnell's 2008 Senate campaign against then-Sen. Joe Biden, and who charges that her old boss "is no conservative." "I got into politics because I believe in conservative values and wanted to make a difference. But I was shocked to learn that O'Donnell is no conservative," says Murray, according to a script obtained by POLITICO. "This is her third Senate race in five years. As O’Donnell’s manager, I found out she was living on campaign donations — using them for rent and personal expenses, while leaving her workers unpaid and piling up thousands in debt," she says. Perhaps the most biting line in the call delivered by Murray: "She wasn't concerned about conservative causes. O'Donnell just wanted to make a buck." O'Donnell insisted that it was she who ended the working relationship with Murray, not the other way around.

"But Murray says in the call that O'Donnell's less-than-noble motives are why she left the campaign, and are the reason "why I won't trust O'Donnell with my hard-earned tax dollars." In an interview, Murray said she had been reluctant to speak out about O'Donnell until she saw her campaign gaining traction and becoming a real threat to win the primary. She said she agreed to record the call only Monday, after being approached by Ross, and had complete control over the script.

"Obviously, I don't think I would be doing an ad for the state party if they fired me," she told POLITICO Tuesday afternoon. "And I'm not a big fan of Castle either; I wasn't going to be, ‘Rah-rah Castle.’ I just wanted people to know it's more about who is better on taxes. You're dealing with someone who is a complete fraud."

"Murray said she voluntarily left her position as executive director of the state party to run O'Donnell's second Senate run in June 2008, after the candidate pleaded with her three different times to sign on. She left the position two months later, after she found out O'Donnell doesn't have a college degree, had foreclosed on her home and was using the campaign debit card for personal expenses. "It just amounted to too much," she said. "The reason she's running is so she can pay her rent, pay her electricity bill. If it was popular to be really liberal now, maybe she'd do that," Murray said. Murray's call marks the second time a former O'Donnell campaign staffer has come forward in recent days to publicly rebuke the former television commentator's candidacy.

"David Keegan, a former O'Donnell aide, told The New York Times earlier this month that when he found out about O'Donnell's personal financial problems, he decided he could no longer work for her. "We are constantly trying to hold her back from spending. She was financially completely irresponsible," Keegan told the Times."

Let's talk issues

Rep. Mike Castle was her opponent. He is a RINO. Here is his record on the issues. He's taken some good positions, but 90% of his voting record is for unconstitutional spending. Castle claims to be Catholic, but he isn't. You cannot be Catholic and support the killing of unborn babies. He also supports men ("gays") who prefer bowel movement sex (sodomy). O'Donnell is Catholic and pro-life.

O'Donnell will go up against Chris Coons who is already leading in the polls. Something I found so shocking is how unfavorable O'Donnell was viewed in the State of Delaware:

"Before the primary, and especially before the primary got nasty, O'Donnell was running at about a 10% win probability. This Rasmussen poll is worse for her than that, as it puts the race at a 92/8 split for Coons. Coons leads the poll 53-42 (MoE 4). In particular, the primary has lifted O’Donnell’s Very Unfavorable rating all the way up to 38%, putting her total favorability situation below zero at 42/54/5. Coons meanwhile, having coasted in the primary, sits at 58/34/8."

O'Donnell has never served in public office before, but On the Issues does have a page for her here. Better hurry and take a look at it before any updates are made. You would think that as many years as O'Donnell has been "running" for office, she would make her position on the issues known over and over. Look at that page. The big remake is underway, but no matter how much glitz all that new campaign money can buy, you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.

For someone who has run for office multiple times, I have yet to read or hear anything out of her mouth but the standard Obama bashing. Seriously, while it's been painful, I've taken the time to watch videos of her at debates and on the stump. She simply avoids any serious questions and reverts to the Palin game plan of putting the blame on her opponent or Obama. Ask her about getting out of Bretton Woods, what does she think of the latest Basel III?  The deer in the head lights look will be your answer.

Why DE Republicans Should Vote For Mike Castle

"So what about the primary election going on tomorrow in Delaware? Simply, this; I'm imagining some morning in late November or early December 2010, where the night before, the US Senate, with newly sworn-in Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) - together with outgoing Senators Lincoln, Specter, Bennet, Reid, Dorgan, etc voting in favor - just passed Card Check, sending it to the President's desk for his signature.

"Be honest with yourselves; would the defeat of Mike Castle taste quite so sweet then? Which is why I - personally - am supporting Mike Castle in the DE US Senate Primary tomorrow, and I urge everyone to hold their noses and do the same. The Democrats are indeed planning a vengeful lame duck session. The winner of the DE Senate race would be seated immediately and make no mistake - we need an R in that seat.....

"Keep these three things in mind.

1. The winner of the Senate race in Delaware will be seated immediately, like the winner of the race in Illinois, Florida and West Virginia. Castle is a confirmed filibuster vote to kill an active lame-duck session for Reid, Pelosi and their acolytes to pass stuff like Card Check, Crap & Tax, raise taxes, etc. that will take until after January 2013, a new President, and filibuster proof majorities to undo.

2. To pull off the sort of upset we're hoping to see, I repeat; the quality of the candidate matters. There's a reason why Erick - who would back the underdog against all odds (and sometimes, I've thought, reason) - has washed his hands off O'Donnell. People do not see “Conservatism” vs “Liberalism” on the ballot, they see people's names and vote accordingly - the DE electorate likes the name and the people of DE like the name “Mike Castle”. Christine O'Donnell is far from the quality of candidate we need - she's no Rubio, Brown, or even Kirk.

"What we need to do is win. Not only win, but win in such a way as to give them a long moment of pause so they'll be too terrified to try and pass any more of their agenda for generations. Taking the vacated Senate seats of their President, Vice-President and Senate Majority Leader is something they cannot ignore - and I doubt it would be much comfort to them that “moderates” took their seats given the Rs behind their names.

"3. The race to replace Mike Castle in the House has the Democrat leading either of the two likely Republicans by approximately 16 points. This is the exact same electorate that will be faced with a choice between Coons and O'Donnell in the Senate race - the same electorate that is already showing that they prefer Coons to O'Donnell by 11 points and prefer Castle to Coons by a similar 11 points.

"Let's be realistic here; states do not abruptly swing from deep Blue to deep Red or vice versa in one go. The best way to ensure that DE would vote for a four-square conservative is to build up our party infrastructure and build a bench of excellent potential candidates with stuff like the Precinct Project. The GOP rank-and-file needs to start working to get combative conservatives into the party leadership and into public office in Delaware."

Back on March 16, 2009, I wrote a column titled, Now is the time to identify candidates. One would think that looking at O'Donnell in her past failed attempts to get elected, the tea party groups and concerned citizens in the State of Delaware would have looked to find a credible, intelligent, moral individual to go up against Mike Castle. Why would they settle for such a flawed, unqualified candidate who tells provable lies? What I saw in Delaware is the same thing I see every two and four years: Hold your nose and vote. They did and it will have ugly consequences.

I know how frustrated we all are about getting incumbents booted in November. However, look at the quality of candidate endorsed by the tea party movement in Delaware. It is a disaster, make no mistake about it.

The kindest thing I can say about Christine O'Donnell is that she is an empty headed bird brain.

Christine is going to get a good dose of reality in the near future because Coons and the Democrat party will play very dirty. She has, by her own lies, painted a big, fat target for them to aim at and they will. Instead of the seat (while illegal because the Seventeenth Amendment was never ratified) going to a Republican, unless Coons really messes up, he will win the election. According to politicos who call these races, that will finish off chances for a GOP controlled Senate.

Another tea party candidate who just won the GOP primary out in NY is in trouble: Carl Paladino. He has acknowledged sending emails full of porn. Bestiality with women. Racist emails. I caught a segment last night on Anderson Cooper with Paladino (which also contains more on O'Donnell and her need to live off campaign donations). If I hadn't watched it live, I wouldn't have believed Paladino said this, but he did:

"COOPER: You have a plan for the unemployed and people on welfare, and I was reading about it on your Web site today. You basically suggest renovating prisons and unused college campuses and say that those on welfare would live in these facilities voluntarily, I assume. And you say, quote, "Instead of handing out the welfare checks, we'll teach people how to earn their check. We'll teach them personal hygiene, the personal things they don't get when they come from dysfunctional homes." I mean, your critics are saying this sounds a little bit like you're saying people who receive unemployment or who are on welfare are dirty, that they need personal hygiene lessons.

"PALADINO: No, that's not the case. We're talking about a dignity corps that would help people who are disadvantaged move into the mainstream of our society. It would give them a pathway to a fulfilling life."

Then I saw his emails. WARNING: SEXUALLY EXPLICIT WITH NUDITY. Very ugly, very sad. Not to mention he did commit adultery which resulted in a child born out of wedlock.

In response to sending out such filth, Paladino responded: "I apologize to women who may have been offended," he said. "I'm not politically correct and never have been. I'm not perfect. But if the worst I ever did was send out some nonpolitically correct e-mails — my God," he added."

I take that to mean men would not be offended by such trash. I guess we shouldn't be offended either by an email he forwarded which has this caption: 'Holy sh*t. Run n*ggers run.' Yeah, that's real funny, Mr. Paladino. It's not about political correctness, it's about who you really are as a person.

His cavalier attitude seems to be on the same level as O'Donnell's about her lying. How you conduct yourself in your personal life is important because it goes to character. I took the time after watching Paladino on Cooper's show to go read his position on the issues. He has the experience of running a huge and profitable corporation in a tough, competitive environment. Well, the voters of NY will have to decide for themselves.

My friend, Jon Christian Ryter, who is a fabulous writer and very politically savvy, had this to say about that primary race out in NY:

"If I was Andrew Cuomo getting ready to fight Rick Lazio for the job as governor of New York, I'd try real hard to get the GOP nomination for someone I could beat.  All of the honest polls of likely voters showed Cuomo beating Lazio...but beating Paladino worse. Yet, Paladino won the primary.  What's wrong with that picture?  Could it be independent voters who usually vote Democrat voting for Paladino in the primary who will vote for Cuomo in the general election?  Could be?  Add to that Lazio, who has become the Conservative Party candidate for governor.  Lazio will split the conservative vote and guarantee the election of Andrew Cuomo....

"With Lazio and Paladino splitting the conservative vote, Cuomo will have a victory that will be called the minute the voting polls close on Nov. 2. In fact, we can probably call the election right now since the defeated Lazio has already slapped his saddle on a new horse for the race—the Conservative Party (which should be renamed, "the Party of Losers.") This year's crop of Conservative Party candidates seem to have more than its share of disgruntled Republicans like Lazio and Florida's Charlie Crist who apparently have decided if they can't have the candy no conservative will get it. Third party candidates are always spoilers. In every race where you have a former GOP star who goes rogue, he splits the conservative vote and elects the Democrat.

"Paladino had an upward battle to get his name on the primary ballot since he lost to Lazio at the State GOP convention earlier this year, but got on the ballot by securing signatures from 30 thousand registered Republicans. While Lazio claims he will pull votes from Cuomo in the general election, it should be noted that Paladino, the Tea Party favorite, has a history of financially backing Democrats for political office. However, I suspect that many of the registered independent voters (who can vote for either the Republican or Democratic candidate in New York's closed primaries) voted for Paladino in the primary, but will be voting for Cuomo in November.

"In fact, I'd venture a guess that Cuomo union campaign workers were on the phones talking to New York Republicans and sounding like Tea Party advocates when they suggested that Lazio was too far to the left for New York conservatives. Those same union campaign workers will be on the phone next month telling New Yorkers that Paladino is too much a right wing radical for New York. New York politics is not a whole lot different than Chicago politics. The people with position and money [a] control who gets on the ballot, and who wins the election. That's the only reason a New York crook like Harlem's US Congressman Charlie Rangel was still on the ballot and, although he should be in prison, won renomination. He will walk to an easy victory in November. Not even NY Assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV could snag the nomination away from the scandal-plagued Rangel. Powell should run as a third party spoiler against Rangel. That would at least make New York politics newsworthy on Nov. 2 since we already know the outcome of the gubernatorial race."

Might I offer up some sincere advice to the tea party groups around the country? First, stay independent. Don't let yourselves be led down the path to destruction by dangerous neo cons like Karl Rove, Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich and others. Second, don't be desperate. Before you endorse any candidate, you really must vet your candidate. Make sure the individual is (1) qualified and (2) a person of character and good morals.  I know, Jesus and the Bible are not on the ballot, but character counts. If people will lie and cheat the system, how honest will he/she be in office or open to deal making that hurts America? If you think someone who sends emails of hard core porn and women performing a sex act with a cow is okay, then my words fall on deaf ears.

Yes, this is probably the most important election of our lifetime. The actions of Paladino simply throw more kerosene on the fire that the tea party movement is a bunch of racists. In one of the links above, the author speaks of The Precinct Project. I went over to their web site and it is an excellent plan. As I've been saying for years: boots on the ground.

The primaries are over and we the people will have to live with the "new" Congress in January. Pollsters and pundits predict the Republicans could take up to 45 seats in the house. That still leaves 400 incumbents who will go back. The same 400 who have refused to get us out of the FED, the UN, Bretton Woods, abolish unconstitutional cabinets; the list is a mile long.

Hopefully, hundreds of bad state reps and senators will be kicked out of office in November. The epic battle will be between the states and the criminal syndicate out in DC. Make no mistake about it. If you can take the time, listen to my interview with Rep. Sam Rohrer who serves in the Pennsylvania State Legislature; click on September 15 date. Rep. Rohrer is a true statesman and he knows how serious the situation is and what's coming.
 
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Short Fox video - A remake underway to paint her as credible, bank on it

Tea Party candidate: Questions about my personal, public finances insult voters

Town Hall Meeting w/ Christine O'Donnell in Delaware - You Tube

What in God's Name are Conservatives Supporting Christine O'Donnell For?

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« Reply #22 on: September 19, 2010, 01:43:19 pm »
^^ Now that is how to vet a candidate!

Actual logical and intelligent arguments which cannot be reduced to a Bill O'Reilly/Arianna Huffington circle jerk!
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« Reply #23 on: September 19, 2010, 01:48:18 pm »
 Wow! I hadn't seen 'ol Bhagwan Rajneesh's name surface in a while. I wonder if she got involved with them after they went west?

 I've never seen a report that explains the original attempt was to 'take over' my hometown in NY, somewhere along the way that story never got told. The two or three of us that 'worked' our way into "Samarpan" (the name they gave the community they attempted to start here) in '72 was kind of like Alex getting into the Grove. WE were there to investigate, not become part of his mind control scheme.

 Apology for getting a bit off topic, but just had to throw this in.
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« Reply #24 on: September 19, 2010, 01:50:24 pm »
Wow! I hadn't seen 'ol Bhagwan Rajneesh's name surface in a while. I wonder if she got involved with them after they went west?

 I've never seen a report that explains the original attempt was to 'take over' my hometown in NY, somewhere along the way that story never got told. The two or three of us that 'worked' our way into "Samarpan" (the name they gave the community they attempted to start here) in '72 was kind of like Alex getting into the Grove. WE were there to investigate, not become part of his mind control scheme.

 Apology for getting a bit off topic, but just had to throw this in.

thanks for adding some on the scene reporting. so the guy was a nut case? you got any links to articles abut what happened there?
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Re: Damn! Christine O'Donnel used to be in WITCHCRAFT????
« Reply #25 on: September 19, 2010, 01:52:22 pm »
O'Donnell was Wicca, and Rand Paul "worshiped the Aqua Buddha"

...the libtard establishment is soooo desperate.

Is this the best they can come up with?

At least at Infowars, they do real journalism, and exposed O'Donnell's war-mongering statements.

I'd go so far as to say that Rand Paul and Christine O'Donnell volunteer this information to create a food fight for people who can't see the curtains, the lighting,  the script and the script writers.

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« Reply #26 on: September 19, 2010, 01:55:58 pm »
I'd go so far as to say that Rand Paul and Christine O'Donnell volunteer this information to create a food fight for people who can't see the curtains, the lighting,  the script and the script writers.

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Haha looks like Arianna Huffington only dates Zionists.

As for marriage, that is another story. But, it does look like some desperate attempt to get into the zio-tribe.
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« Reply #27 on: September 19, 2010, 02:18:55 pm »
thanks for adding some on the scene reporting. so the guy was a nut case? you got any links to articles abut what happened there?

 He was a very stereotypical cult leader in my book. There was never any reporting of the 'Orange People' originally coming to New York as far as I know, you should be able to find reports about their rampage on a small northwestern community though. At the time Bhagwan was still in India, they came here to find him a suitable home in America.

 I've no intention to hijack a thread, so Dig I will take this elsewhere!  ;)
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Re: New Age Priestess Arianna Huffington on a "witch hunt" against O'Donnell
« Reply #28 on: September 19, 2010, 04:26:45 pm »
I legitimately do not understand this forum. She said she practised witchcraft... What is the Huffington Post doing wrong by making a story out of it?

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« Reply #29 on: September 19, 2010, 04:50:06 pm »
I legitimately do not understand this forum. She said she practised witchcraft... What is the Huffington Post doing wrong by making a story out of it?

Who said the Huffington Post did anything wrong by running an 11 year old video of a teenager without admitting that the owner of the Huffington Post is a bona fide New Age "witch" with ties to psychotic genocidal megalomaniacs like Sir William Gates III and Nazi collaborator George Soros?

No one said anything was wrong with it, I do not understand your question.

I will say this though, why isn't Arianna exposing the very real threat posed by O'Donnell's warmongering positions? Is it because warmongering is now 100% acceptable to both the left and right and the only debate that remains is whether to intoroduce additional VAT or additional Income taxes.
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Re: New Age Priestess Arianna Huffington on a "witch hunt" against O'Donnell
« Reply #30 on: September 19, 2010, 04:59:36 pm »
Who said the Huffington Post did anything wrong by running an 11 year old video of a teenager without admitting that the owner of the Huffington Post is a bona fide New Age "witch" with ties to psychotic genocidal megalomaniacs like Sir William Gates III and Nazi collaborator George Soros?

No one said anything was wrong with it, I do not understand your question.

I will say this though, why isn't Arianna exposing the very real threat posed by O'Donnell's warmongering positions? Is it because warmongering is now 100% acceptable to both the left and right and the only debate that remains is whether to intoroduce additional VAT or additional Income taxes.

I'm not talking about any of those issues. I'm talking about this woman saying she practised witchcraft. That is worthwhile of being exposed. End of story. I wouldn't vote for that woman. And not just because she was a "witch", but more because she thinks masturbation is evil. She is nuts. Accept that, Dig.

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« Reply #31 on: September 19, 2010, 05:35:33 pm »
I'm not talking about any of those issues. I'm talking about this woman saying she practised witchcraft. That is worthwhile of being exposed. End of story. I wouldn't vote for that woman. And not just because she was a "witch", but more because she thinks masturbation is evil. She is nuts. Accept that, Dig.

are you referring to the MTV/Viacom interview when she was a teenager? so you decide your vote on the surveillance economy agenda which has already accumulated all compromising videos of all our teenagers to be used to sway the public rather than actually looking at the issues like warmongering. Perhaps you may not be aware that the surveillance economy has already been built and these dog and pony shows called elections will soon not be decided on a cash monetary system but on who has the most surveillance information: http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=186953.0 IMO, she seems unqualified based on her current opinions and not 11 year old interviews with MTV. This thread exposes how the left/right paradigm is alive and well by Arianna refusing to either discuss the fact that she is a big believer in witch hunting as she is a witch in a new age religion, or the fact that the main issue remains the illegal wars which help pay for her website via Soros and other psychos. To expose why O'Donnell actually is unqualified which is not based on 11 year old video clips in a John Kerry/macaca moment, go to this thread: http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=170622.0

As a side note: I believe they are running psyops on the American people with her, the Democrat candidate from South Carolina, and others. They are seeing how much insanity in the voting process we are likely to take. They want to bring down the entire country, they brag about it all of the time. So by putting up these test subjects and then running these witch hunts without revealing the true issues that confront the majority of the American people (like the genocides overseas), they can demoralize us into accepting their plans to destroy America:



Just so we are all clear who the enemy is and how they operate...



"Hence to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting." -Sun Tzu

"To keep people everywhere from deciding their own destinies by means of one created crisis after another and then “managing” such crises. This will confuse and demoralize the population to the extent where faced with too many choices, apathy on a massive scale will result. In the case of the United States, an agency for crisis management is already in place. It is called the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), whose existence I first disclosed in 1980. There will be more on FEMA as we proceed." -John Coleman Committee of 300 http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_committee300_02.htm

Levin was the author of a work entitled “Time Perspective and Morale” which is a Club of Rome publication concerning how to break down the morale of nations and individual leaders.

Here is an extract of the document:

“One of the main techniques for breaking morale through a strategy of terror consists in exactly this tactic: keep the person hazy as to where he stands and just what he may expect. In addition, if frequent vacillations between severe disciplinary measures and promise of good treatment together with the spreading of contradictory news make the structure of the situation unclear, then the individual may cease to know whether a particular plan would lead toward or away from his goal.

Under these conditions, even those individuals who have definite goals and are ready to take risks are paralyzed by the severe inner conflict in regard to what to do.”

This Club of Rome blueprint applies to COUNTRIES as well as to individuals, particularly the government leaders of those countries. We in the U.S. need not think that “Oh well, this is America, and those kinds of things just do not happen here.” Let me assure you that they ARE happening in the U.S., and perhaps more so than in any other country.

The Levin-Club of Rome plan is designed to demoralize us all so that in the end we feel we should follow whatever it is that is planned for us. We WILL follow Club of Rome orders like sheep. Any seemingly strong leader who SUDDENLY APPEARS to “rescue” the nation must be regarded with the utmost suspicion. Remember that Khomeini was groomed for years by British intelligence, especially during his time in Paris, before he suddenly appeared as the savior of Iran. Boris Yeltsin is from the same M16-SIS stable.

The Club of Rome feels confident that it has carried out it Committee of 300 mandate to “soften up” the United States. After 45 years of waging war on the people of this nation, who will doubt that it has indeed accomplished its task? Look around and see how we have been demoralized.

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With the U.S. spiritually, morally bankrupted, with our industrial base destroyed throwing 30 million people out of work with our big cities ghastly cesspools of every imaginable crime with a murder rate almost three times higher than any other country, with 4 million homeless, with corruption in government reaching endemic proportions, who will gainsay that the United States is ready to collapse from within, into the waiting arms of the New Dark Age One World Government?

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We as a nation are ready to accept the demise of the United States of America and the American way of life, once the envy of the entire world.
 
Do not think this has happened on its own— the old “times are changing” syndrome. Time does not change anything, PEOPLE do.


Hey Tavistock...I got your apathy right here you pieces of psychopathic crapola!  




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Re: New Age Priestess Arianna Huffington on a "witch hunt" against O'Donnell
« Reply #32 on: September 20, 2010, 03:56:10 am »
are you referring to the MTV/Viacom interview when she was a teenager? so you decide your vote on the surveillance economy agenda which has already accumulated all compromising videos of all our teenagers to be used to sway the public rather than actually looking at the issues like warmongering.

It's a TV interview! TV! When you go on TV, that's not surveillance! Is this some kind of joke, Dig?

IMO, she seems unqualified based on her current opinions and not 11 year old interviews with MTV.

Well, OK, you don't like Grovers, but you're OK with witches. LOL. I agree that she's unqualified based on her politics, too, so at least we agree on one thing.

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« Reply #33 on: September 20, 2010, 07:57:23 am »
It's a TV interview! TV! When you go on TV, that's not surveillance! Is this some kind of joke, Dig?

It was an underage interview they dug up and replayed, likely without current consent. She has not hidden this and it is used to create opinion based on a small clip. This is part of the agenda of the surveillance economy. It is in their own documents, Brzezinski wrote about it 20 years ago.

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Well, OK, you don't like Grovers, but you're OK with witches.

I never said I was ok with any of that stuff, but you might recognize the difference between a bona fide New Age Priestess and someone who was curious in college and has since renounced that luciferian ponzi scheme. Additionally, any child watching Nickelodean or Disney channel has dabbled in witch craft. It is all over the place. Shit, just watching Sleeping Beauty released in 1957 could constitute a luciferian initiation.

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LOL. I agree that she's unqualified based on her politics, too, so at least we agree on one thing.

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« Reply #34 on: September 20, 2010, 07:59:33 am »
Newsweek’s Howard Fineman Resigns to Join The Huffington Post
http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/09/19/newsweeks-howard-fineman-to-join-the-huffington-post/

I guess the offer from AIPAC was not enough for him to stay at Newsweek.
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« Reply #35 on: September 20, 2010, 09:23:40 am »
It was an underage interview they dug up and replayed, likely without current consent. She has not hidden this and it is used to create opinion based on a small clip. This is part of the agenda of the surveillance economy. It is in their own documents, Brzezinski wrote about it 20 years ago.

TV footage is publically available. No one is being sued. It was lawfully "dug up" footage. It is not surveillance. Looking up someone's history is called research. Anyone can do it, and you seem to be upset that it's being done to her, which shows strange bias. But it's bias that I don't understand, because you've already said you don't like her as a candidate. Very confusing, and illogical.

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« Reply #36 on: September 20, 2010, 10:23:45 am »
 I know of a 'hippie' music forum that quotes the 'Huff' quite often and believes that it IS the alternative media. That should say enough.
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« Reply #37 on: September 20, 2010, 10:37:37 am »
TV footage is publically available. No one is being sued. It was lawfully "dug up" footage. It is not surveillance. Looking up someone's history is called research. Anyone can do it, and you seem to be upset that it's being done to her, which shows strange bias. But it's bias that I don't understand, because you've already said you don't like her as a candidate. Very confusing, and illogical.

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Because it's all about setting up yet another false debate between the corporate-controlled "Left" and the corporate-controlled "Right."

I guarantee you that if Huffington and O'Donell were asked to comment upon the policy reforms called for here, they'd quickly reveal themselves to be more similar than different on the issues that matter most.

The propaganda experts and establishment gatekeepers in the corporate whore "news" media know this, of course, which is why they're always trying to keep the masses obsessed over personalities instead of issues.

And unfortunately, most people continue to allow the media to manipulate them in this fashion.

Until that changes, nothing else will change.
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« Reply #39 on: September 20, 2010, 01:07:13 pm »
TV footage is publically available. No one is being sued. It was lawfully "dug up" footage. It is not surveillance. Looking up someone's history is called research. Anyone can do it, and you seem to be upset that it's being done to her, which shows strange bias. But it's bias that I don't understand, because you've already said you don't like her as a candidate. Very confusing, and illogical.

If they showed an underage video of Arianna, I would say similar shit. But she is a current priestess of new age cults and continues hob nobbing with genocidal maniacs like Sir William Gates III.

And as geo has pointed out, they are on the same exact side of the war question...the more blood in the sand, the more money they make. Even Jesse Ventura has been censored on Huffington Post. And what is also insane about that rag is the fact that they used to use the editorials from George Washington Blog especially about 9/11 truth 4-5 years ago. Then I guess Arianna made a deal and she never looked back. So now they are going after underage footage of BS interviews with BS MTV. It is the shape of things to come, to vote based on "gotcha" moments in a video (part of the surveillance economy whether you recognize it or not) rather than any actual discourse about the job requirements of a democratically elected public servant to the people within this constitutional republic.
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