Alfred Reed Bishop and Doris William Butler

The picture above is the very tap root of Bishop's Homegrown/Face Of The Earth Seed. My grandparents shortly after moving to Pekin Indiana from Greensburg KY in 1947 where they purchased the farm that is now Bishop's Homegrown. This picture was taken in Pekin in front of the old co-op next to the old railroad depot, neither of which exist today.

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Monday, December 6, 2010

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The 9 Weirdest Things About the WikiLeaks Story | World
Here are the 9 craziest facets of the international uproar surrounding WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.

How about number 10: If you can't see that this is a CIA run operation your an idiot. Let's break the whole situation down for a minute. What truly groundbreaking information has he presented to us in these documents Short of the actual Civilian death toll in Iraq and Afghanistan and the helicopter firing on innocent civilians footage he has presented nothing groundbreaking to us which we could not by simple observation and questioning of authority fig...ure out on our own, the cables themselves even were nothing revealing in truth. He has been allowed to give us just enough information to frustrate those lower politicians who truly don't understand the system they work for and to fire up conservatives and to gain the attention of the media and the masses while never once holding anything which would truly light the torch of liberty.

Here the media comes along with the conservative lower rung, lower IQ politicians crying espionage and even "treason" (despite the fact that he isn't a US citizen and they even throw around the idea of writing new laws so that the guy can be arrested, they build him up as a "Terrorist" albeit a "cyber terrorist" and yet they can find no way to apprehend him or stop what he is doing. What a joke, we all know how adept our country is at "extraordinary rendition" and how proficient we have become at abducting even our own citizens and yet "They" haven't made this guy disappear yet?

Right, that's sort of like not being able to locate a certain nearly 7 foot tall Arab on dialysis in the desert. It's bullshit and propaganda. The guy is beigng protected for a reason.

So what could that reason be?

Well, here we are living in this Orwellian 1984 like prison planet of a world, or at least one heading down that road, but we have this, the Internet, the last real bastion of free speech, free market, and free information, and networking, where anyone with a voice (or hands to type) can express anything they want, and yet they have no way to police it.

In step the FCC who have been pushing for the regulation of the net for years and of course the recent department of justice shut down of file trading sites......ah and let us not forget dear senator Rockefeller declaring it would have been better had the Internet never been invented because of the information we now have access to.

Don't forget as well about the cyber bullying act and that whole "terroristic threatening" law either, not for a second.

So how can they convince us that they need to police the Internet? Well the problem they have is they can't police it, the reaction is to have a useful idiot such as Assange feed us a little light info to drum up some controversy and give us a "folk hero" followed up with his list of National Security hot spots today (google search Assange terrorist hit list) so that we can see now what the media has been feeding us for weeks about him being a terrorist, and the solution is to make an example of wikileaks and pass China like regulation of the Internet.

Think about it for a second, seriously, is anyone in the western world who stands against the governments of the western world while trying to gain the support of the citizenry and fly below the radar to avoid arrest dumb enough to release a list of National Security priorities? And why would they? What purpose would it serve, particularly when you have so much "valuable" information on hand which might truly enlighten us about our enemies in public office?

1+1 ain't always 2 sometimes it's 3 or even five.

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