dehumanizing (against children and women), fascistic, death-glorifying garbage, slipped through as supposedly "liberal"/"cutting edge," and under the guise of being vaguely antiwar. It also seems to be as much anti-IRA (code for being anti-Irish) as it is anti-British in terms of the Northern Ireland theme.
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A solution to "322" and the "skull and bones", it has to do with Prime Numbers RSS
Anonymous Coward User ID: 788353 United States 3/17/2010 11:45 PM Report abusive post A solution to "322" and the "skull and bones", it has to do with Prime Numbers Quote
322 came up as the first "seat" of my vectoring chart for prime numbers. All other prime number vectors have multiple points on the vector, but the 322 vector is the very first and stands alone as a one-point vector.
The prime number 2 leads to 3 being prime since it or a multiple of it falls on either side and there is no other prime number (or mult) closer on either side of 3. So it "seats" 3 on both sides (2 & 4). All other primes have two different seats, but not 3.
When writing code for the prime vector, it is written as "3-2-2" meaning "3 seated by a mult. of 2 below and two above" (as above, so below).
The crossing of the bones means the making of the seat. This is the cross-seat for 3, both bones happen to be "2" in this case. The sitter (skull) is the "3".
It's a mathematical prime number code for vectoring prime numbers....and the skull and bones is the visual when the vectors are drawn on paper.
Just a thought....
Anonymous Coward User ID: 843435 United States 3/17/2010 11:48 PM Re: A solution to "322" and the "skull and bones", it has to do with Prime Numbers Quote
I'm a big Kate Bush fan and I have all her albums, but even I know the woman is clearly schooled by the secret societies and particularly the golden dawn/ theosophist side of things. She also has a lot of programming clues in her lyrics.
The title of that song "Man With the Child in His Eyes" (one of my favorites) took on new significance for me today. I always thought of it as a man who had a child-like demeanor, but it could also have a pedophilic meaning.
Kate has actually dealt with the theme of pedophilia in her song "The Infant Kiss" on the album Never Forever.
Now I don't want to jump to conclusions, but it is well known that Kate grew up around the members of Pink Floyd, she has a close relationship with David Gilmore and has performed with him as an adult. Knowing how the industry works I wonder just how close their relationship was while she was growing up.
I know its awful to consider, but Pink Floyd clearly knew the price of fame.
They were also Cambridge students and Cambridge is the university with the largest percentage of espionage agents coming out of it. The connections between the intelligence community, perdophilia and MK-UlTRA to create child geniuses (of which Kate was certainly one) in tandem with her lyrics are too hard to ignore.
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After 40 years of silence, abuse victims of U.S. priest relive ordeal 'that Pope covered up'
By Mail Foreign Service Last updated at 1:15 PM on 26th March 2010 Comments (19) Add to My Stories Archbishop of Westminster: There is no Church cover-up
Now Pope implicated in case of paedophile Munich priest Vatican paper defends Benedict from 'despicable' attack
Former pupils of a U.S. Catholic priest who molested up to 200 deaf schoolboys have spoken out about his offences after four decades of silence.
Father Lawrence Murphy preyed on students in the confessional, dormitories, cupboards and during field trips from the 1950s until 1974.
Pope Benedict XVI is accused of knowing about the allegations since the 1990s while - as Cardinal Josef Ratzinger - he ran an enforcement office in the Vatican.
Benedict has also come under fire over his handling of an abuse case against a priest in Germany three decades ago when he was a cardinal in charge of the Munich Archdiocese.
Brave: Steven Geier (left), one of 200 boys allegedly abused by Father Lawrence Murphy (right) at St John’s St John’s School for the for the Deaf, in Milwaukee
In the Milwaukee case, Cardinal Ratzinger's office ordered that no trial take place, although the Archdiocese of Milwaukee has since paid out $28million to victims of abuse.
But the Vatican defended Benedict last night and denounced what it said was a concerted campaign to smear him and his aides.
The Vatican issued a strong defense in its handling of the Murphy case. The Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano said there was no cover-up and denounced what it said was a 'clear and despicable intention' to strike at Benedict 'at any cost.'
The string of recent allegations of abuse by Catholic clergy has encouraged the pupils of St John’s School for the Deaf to finally speak out.
One alleged victim, Steven Geier, 59, said Father Murphy, who was fluent in sign language, sexually assaulted him four times in a closet from the age of 14.
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During the first assault Fr Murphy demanded Mr Geier remove his trousers, and when he refused, the cleric pulled them off. ‘Father Murphy put everything into the context of God. I felt like I was really brainwashed,’ said Mr Geier, adding that he thought the pope was ‘stupid’.
Arthur Budzinski, 61, who said he received $80,000 compensation, claimed his torment was made worse by seeing other boys being assaulted at night by the priest. Trauma: Arthur Budzinski, another victim to speak out, sits in a second row desk with his nine-year-old classmates. He claims he saw many boys being abused
Sinister: Father Murphy, left, watches over boys during communion in 1960
‘They would sleep in a large open room in bunk beds’ at St John's School for the Deaf in Milwaukee, said Gigi Budzinski, 26, interpreting her father’s sign language.
‘My father saw other boys being molested, too. They'd never talk about it.’
However, as the victims finally broke their silence yesterday by lifting their right to anonymity, the Vatican defended its decision not to defrock Father Murphy and denounced what it called a campaign to smear the pope.
Prosecutors say they have reviewed the case but couldn't file charges because the six-year statute of limitations had run out. Father Murphy is also alleged to have abused at least one teenager in a juvenile detention centre in the 1970s.
Today it was claimed that the Pope was kept more closely informed of a German priest's abuse case than previous church statements have suggested.
The New York Times claimed today that the then Cardinal Ratzinger was copied in on a memo that informed him a priest, whom he had approved sending to therapy in 1980 to overcome paedophilia, would be returned to pastoral work within days of beginning psychiatric treatment
The priest was then convicted of molesting boys in another parish.
Today the Archbishop of Westminster admitted that serious mistakes had been made within the Catholic Church but defended the Pope.
In a comment piece for the Times, Vincent Nicholls said that the Pope 'is not an idle observer. His actions speak as well as his words.'
School of shame: St John's in the 1970s, the decade Father Murphy left
Depraved: Victim Arthur Budzinski (left, in an altar server cassock) and Father Murphy (far right) during a burial Donald Marshall, now 45, today said Father Murphy visited him several times a week at the detention centre where he was sent at age 13 for burglary.
He said Father Murphy seemed nice when others were around, but turned sinister when paying a private visit.
‘He was sitting on my bed, reading the Bible to me, and he put his hand on my knee,’ Mr Marshall said.
‘He leaned over and started kissing me. That's when he tried to put his hand down my pants.’
In one of the documents sent to the Vatican, dated October 1997, Father Thomas Brundage said some of Father Murphy's assaults began in the confessional, where he began by asking the boys about their being circumcised.
Father Brundage said at least 100 boys were involved. Questions: Pope Benedict XVI, seen at a youth festival in Rome earlier this week, is understood to have first heard the Milwaukee allegations in the mid 1990s
‘Odds are that this situation may very well be the most horrendous, number-wise, and especially because these are physically challenged, vulnerable people,’ he wrote.
Mr Budzinski said that when he was 26, he and two others victimised by Fr Murphy went to police.
He said the police investigated Father Murphy but didn't arrest him.
The Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano said there was no cover-up and denounced what it said was a ‘clear and despicable intention’ to strike at Benedict ‘at any cost’.
The Vatican spokesman, Father Federico Lombardi, issued a statement noting that the Murphy case did not reach the Vatican until 1996 - some 20 years after Milwaukee church authorities first learned of the allegations.
Fr Lombardi said the absence of more recent allegations was a factor in the decision not to defrock Fr Murphy.
A spokesman for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee said: ‘Murphy's actions were criminal and we sincerely apologise to those who have been harmed.’
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The comments below have been moderated in advance. Newest Oldest Best rated Worst rated View all They brought this upon themselves; they shouldn't have been turning a blind eye to what was going on.
It is a scary thought when abusers seem to think that they can abuse and then *absolve themselves* of any crime that they commit.
Man cannot forgive himself, forgiveness comes from the victim and from God.
Sex is for procreation yet they cover up the most heinous crime ever, and if it is true that the Pope knew about abuse when he was a cardinal then surely he must step down? Priests who use their position to abuse children are despicable and any catholics who try to justify priests donig this are just as despicable as them.
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Halloween isn't for another seven months, but Ke$ha looked as if she were ready to go trick or treating in the witch-like getup she donned while promoting her album Animal in Australia. Although the "Tik Tok" singer has described her style as being "garbage-chic," we're not quite sure what category this bizarre look falls into.
With US Army helmeted -death skull black shirt. "Yahoo" leaves out any mention of this most vicious and fascistic feature.
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Also brings to mind the hooded-KKK and hooded-outfit of the Dominican monks/priests of the Spanish Inquisition; and Satanists, witches, the COINTELPRO-"black bloc' agent street protesters, etc.
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Tavi Gevinson: the 13-year-old blogger with the fashion world at her feet
Teenager Tavi Gevinson was the true star of New York Fashion Week
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Designer Yohji Yamamoto poses with blogger Tavi Gevinson before the Y-3 Spring 2010 Fashion Show, New York, Sept 13, 2009. Photograph: Jemal Countess/Getty Images for Y-3
There were florals, thigh-high boots, Victoria Beckham in a painted-on tan and Madonna in Gucci and new wrinkleless skin. But the true star of New York Fashion Week, which closed on Thursday, was Tavi Gevinson, a diminutive teenage fashion blogger from the suburbs of Chicago.
The fashion world has gone out of its way to court Tavi, who describes herself as a "tiny 13-year-old dork that sits inside all day wearing awkward jackets and pretty hats". This month she is on the cover of Dasha Zhukova's relaunched Pop magazine, interviewed by Pixie Geldof in Katie Grand's new issue of Love, and has been pictured on the front rows of this season's biggest fashion shows, with editors and celebrities seated behind her.
Gevinson's blog was initially assumed to be a fake created by fashion insiders because it was so professional, and features analysis of magazines and photographs of her daily outfits. In December, eight months after she launched it, she received an email from Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the sisters behind the award-winning fashion label Rodarte.
"Knowing that they read my blog, I had an extreme moment of 'fangirling'," Gevinson said. She has since become their muse, posting excitable photos of their studio and helping them present their line. "Tavi makes you think about things differently," said Kate Mulleavy, "makes you see things differently."
Her swift rise to fashion fame highlights the role the internet has played in breaking down traditional barriers to entry, with bloggers being cited as influences by high-profile designers including Marc Jacobs.
"Tavi's amazing," says Charlie Porter, deputy editor of the style journal Fantastic Man. "She's so inquisitive, with such a sharp, curious eye. But I think she needs to be careful to grow on her own terms, and not let people treat her as a novelty fashion figure. There are 10 seasons of shows before she turns 18 – that's a long time in fashion. I hope she stays independent. I hope she keeps on blogging, and doesn't compromise herself. I hope she sees her blog as the thing, rather than as a path to somewhere else."
Gevinson recently posted an extract from her barmitzvah [sic---it would have to be a "batmitzvah" if Tavi is a girl] speech. "As I said earlier, the Nazarites [!?] wore just enough to keep them warm, believing that that was the wish of God. Over this past year I have become increasingly interested in clothing, and have developed a clearer understanding of the idea that clothing can be art... Rei Kawakubo, who many regard as the first conceptual designer and whose clothes can often inspire uncomfortable thoughts or feelings in people, is my favourite designer in the world... Using fashion as self-expression can go beyond wearing a shirt with a slogan, as clothing has the ability to evoke an entire feel, or atmosphere, or emotion, or world." She has also posted a video of her performing a rap about the Comme des Garcons collection for H&M.
She took a week off school to attend New York Fashion Week. Her father, a teacher, chaperoned her from venue to venue, waiting outside while she was welcomed in. "I'm very surprised at how things have blown up," she said.
She is currently uploading her thoughts on the New York shows to Pop's website – her first foray into paid journalism. "For one week I was in a utopia full of people who can recognise that my jacket is Luella and appreciate that I stuck an upside-down doll in its chest pocket," she wrote on Friday.
Asked earlier whether her classmates read her blog, she said no. Asked whether they understood her style, she admitted: "A lot of them don't get it, but some do."
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Tavi as in Tavistock?
She seems to be a culture creator for her generation, a sort of icon. How did she just pop onto the scene and suddenly have a huge following and access to world renowned designers? Is it really a question of talent or something else? She seems to roll with a crowd of other culture creators in her age group. Would be interesting to see what is behind all of this. There are mentions of "little monarch" or "little butterfly" if I am remembering correctly on her site commentary
Pentagon-CIA-NFL "Washington Redskins" (!) professional cheerleader females "support" die truppen genociders in "an undisclosed Southwest Asia location." Careful around all that depleted uranium, might make your skin red, frauleins: