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TheNox - October 11, 2007 09:22 AM (GMT)
Hello all!

Just wanted to say great work on the film, just watched it and enjoyed it very much. I will of course be spreading the word as much as I possibly can. After watching this documentary I feel the need to get up and do something. I love the principles that the US was created on, but absolutley despise those that mutilate it to make profit. I was curious about a few things, and maybe someone here can answer my queries.

The first question is rather simple, how can I make donations to either this, or other groups/communities similar to this that will help inform people.

The second query may require a brief introduction of myself. I am a co-owner of a respectable software development company. While I can not disclose much more information then that, I will say that my partner and I stand by business ethics and policies that would better the American economy and way of life.

The question is, is there anything development wise that we can do for this cause. While we would prefer to remain anonymous regarding these interactions, we are more then happy to aid in any way. We are very strong with web-development, software development, graphics programming, and network programming. Our organization would be happy to do anything from setup a blog, or RSS feed of some sorts, to developing an application or simulation for a project relating to this cause.

If there is nothing that can be done immediately, please do keep us in mind for any of these works you might need done. I also do apologize if this is an "improper" location on this message board.

Thanks much for your time, and definitely keep up the great work!

Cheers! B)

reformedrepublican - October 11, 2007 12:20 PM (GMT)
welcome, and thanks for offering to help.

You may find these sources useful & interesting as well:

"The New Pearl Harbor" by David Ray Griffin (your local public library)

while I love my country, I hate seeing it turning into a heartless corporation, run by a board of directors= other corporations, manipulating the power of the military, the police, organized religion. We're rather feudal now.

TheNox - October 12, 2007 06:35 AM (GMT)
Indeed I would agree that many corporations have dirty hands mixed up in aspects and areas that affect the running of the country. Like anything in life however not every corporation is like this, unfortunately most of those that are, are of a larger size.

I do thank you for those references, I will certainly be looking at the links provided as well as the book referenced.


reformedrepublican - October 12, 2007 12:10 PM (GMT)
not every corporation is like this
- check.

Have you seen the film "corporations"?
- it's about the power, influence, and participation of companies like Ford, IBM, Lockheed, and others in the history of the world's tyrannical gov'ts.
IBM executives chatting with Adolf Hitler about what their technology could do for him, as did Ford motor. Dow Chemical selling Saddam Hussein the gas he would use against rebel Kurds, with US State Dept knowledge.
I would add Diebold to the thefts of our last two presidential elections - which, like many other anomalies since were "investigated" by ppl with a vested interest in maintaining the orig outcome.
The auctioning and prostitution of our Congress - actually the whole gov't - is appalling. I often feel that every one of them, incl the current crop of Pres candidates, is bought & paid for by corporations, special interests, global conglomerates - "on the payroll", a la many cops, thugs and judges in the days of Al Capone.
Ford, other Wall St. giants:

this actually would make a great thread
I think I'll just do that

look-up - October 12, 2007 06:03 PM (GMT)
hack into a television network's feed and broadcast "Terrorstorm" or "Loose Change" to the whole nation.

just kidding...

...or am I?

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