Friday, October 19, 2012

Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication is a duty.


Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication is a duty.
~Anne Louise Germaine de Stael


There never was a good war or a bad peace.


~Benjamin Franklin

Shame may restrain what law does not prohibit. 
                                                                    Seneca

Years of training and hard work becomes luck on the court.
                                                                         Anonymous.



We like our Electric Cars, Tai Chi and Chill-Out now, but we are fans here of AC/DC as well!



  Tranquility spiced with a dash of AC/DC!



  Anyone who follows us will know what we are talking about here - those who have crossed the line know it as well. For all others - we will talk here about the Things in General, not the particular Case. 
  There are too many Liars, there are too many Lies around us. Are we all doomed in the end? Not at all - if we will start to think and stand up, one by one. Start with the small things - Not to Let the Bully to get his way at School, in Business or just around the corner. Bring the Truth to the surface and use Light to cut the shadows. We are much stronger: after all the Lies are just Lies and people who continue to do it know it too well. 
  Now we will divert your attention from our message to those who can be the Inspiration and the Voice of Reason despite all this mess.


The History Of Money And Why US Dollars Are Issued By Private Bank - Federal Reserve System


AC/DC will be the good Energy to fight these "Dirty Deeds". Rock against BS - we like this attitude. After that the Rain will wash all dirt away.


With kind regards from Argentina.



Truth and Light and "Nothing Else Matters" - Metallica will be good here.




Forgive Others and You Will Be Forgiven.




Ron Paul: The Movie



"Join the Freedom Revolution!

In an age of shameless hypocrisy
where all still swear allegiance to a Constitution
they have no intention to obey...

One man has stood for decades
against the tides of corruption...
Often he has stood alone...
No more."




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