I'm not well versed in Linux at all and so it took me a very long time to come up with an acceptable solution to hide the Firefox title bar on Linux, something that was trivial on Windows. I like my solution, so i thought i'd share it. Here it is: Tutorial: Remove Firefox Title Bar On Linux KDE – Alternate Method
Ever have 'one of those days'? Well, i just had two of them in a row, which happens to be the same number of days that i was a member of Bill Ryan's Project Avalon Forum before being given the boot :)
The trouble started when i replied to a post made by a very pro-Jewish (i was oblivious to this fact at the time) forum moderator regarding The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. My post prompted a most unusual, nonsensical, accusatory and childish backlash which included a public thrashing, a spiting of the thread to remove my post, and an ominous private message. Through the drama that ensued however, i accidentally discovered a most revealing bit of information regarding the Project Avalon Forum. It was was sent to me as a private message by another moderator.
If you're up for a little humor, lots of interesting drama, an adventure into the world of "orbs", and something much more troubling, give my newest article a spin; Exposed: Bill Ryan's Project Avalon Forum.
In what may one of the most important videos ever uploaded to YouTube, Ursula Haverbeck, and elderly German lady who survived World War II, was interviewed by Panorama on German T.V. regarding her knowledge of the alleged Jewish holocaust. This remarkable woman, intelligent and sharp, is risking imprisonment to free the German people from the shackles which they have bore for nearly 70 years in a country where are serious limitations on free speech.
That this interview was apparently aired on German T.V. may be an indication of a tremendous shift in thinking regarding Germany's role in the Second World War. It is about time.
For more regarding the holocaust and Germany's role in World War II, please see my article, Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust.
A new page, The Elephant, was added to the article, Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust.
What started off as a simple, single-page article debunking the easily debunkable claims laid by Irene Zisblatt, alleged World War II holocaust survivor, has grown into a 20 page piece which also addresses the First World War, Hitler and Germany's role in the Second World War. The latest addition to Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust is an introductory page titled The Elephant which is intended to serve as a sort of rudimentary guide to deprogramming ones self before delving into the main body of the article.
The Jewish holocaust is a subject i have always found fascinating, however my horizons have expanded well beyond my initial and narrow focus of investigating homicidal gas chambers to include Germany's role in the war, Israel, Zionism and perhaps the most notorious man that ever lived, Adolf Hitler. As i learn more, i add more to the article.
Besides the new page, i have also recently added some information regarding the John F. Kennedy assassination which occurred on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. Most of this new information was taken from a fascinating book i have been reading about the assassination, the players involved and most importantly, the reasons for it. It was written by Michael Collins Piper and its title is Final Judgment: The Missing Link in the JFK Assassination Conspiracy.
So what does the JFK assassination have to do with the Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust? That was exactly my question as well. The short answer is that Israel and what happened in Dallas are intimately tied together to degree that is nearly unbelievable. At least that is what Piper posits, and given the evidence he presents and the comments by several ex-government officials and others regarding his book, i tend to believe what he says. I know this much; if you're looking to the mainstream media for truth, you're looking in the wrong place. With that in mind, i have sometimes wondered how Oliver Stone was allowed to spill the beans and implicate the CIA and LBJ in the murder of Kennedy in his multi award winning blockbuster bonanza, JFK.
If Piper is essentially correct, and i suspect he is, the answer to my question is that the film, though reasonably accurate in many details, is staggeringly incomplete and it is likely that it is for this reason that it was allowed to be produced, perhaps even encouraged. Sure, the CIA, Mafia and some anti-Castro Cubans were involved, we know that much, but there is, in fact, way more to the story than most of us know. I'll give you a hint: Dimona. For more than that, buy the book. Michael has put a very long time and a lot of effort in this book, which is now in its 6th revision, not that he got much wrong the first time around; he just keeps adding to it as i do with Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust.
If all the Madonna's, Lady Gaga's and Justin Bieber's all suddenly evaporate because the 'the industry' is too dumb to realize the Earth isn't flat and drives themselves into bankruptcy, so what? Who cares?
When Napster was killed by the entertainment industry, i'm sure they thought they had won a decisive victory over us music sharing "thieves". Before Napster, this same bunch of clowns tried to kill the VCR industry and, that too, went over like a lead balloon. Now it's the resilient Pirate Bay, whose website has been taken down as the result of yet another raid. Finally, a real victory for the entertainment industry, right?
A recent TorrentFreak article, "How To Learn Absolutely Nothing In Fifteen Years," By The Copyright Industry, drives a big fat nail in the prehistoric approach of the industry to stop "illegal" file sharing. In its utter failure to adapt, mush less comprehend, the world wide web and how people want to — and will — use it to share and distribute content, the industry is alienating its customers and driving a stake through its own heart. Even many artists are beginning to realize that there are alternatives to utilizing the services provided by the industry which provide for greater freedom in many ways.
"The copyright industry, having a strong and persistent tradition of trying to obliterate every new technology for the past century, moved to crush Napster. It vanished. DirectConnect, LimeWire, and Kazaa — slightly more decentralized sharing mechanisms – popped up almost immediately, and BitTorrent a year or so later."
Seriously, how difficult is it to realize and understand that, given computers, software, the internet and human ingenuity, the old business model of trying to suppress innovation and freedom is eventually going to result in doom? Not that i care, for 'the industry' really doesn't have that much that i want. If all the Madonna's, Lady Gaga's and Justin Bieber's all suddenly evaporate because the 'the industry' is too dumb to realize the Earth isn't flat and drives themselves into bankruptcy, so what? Who cares? Does that mean real artists will quit producing art? Does it mean that there are no other ways to monetize?
Regarding the [probably temporary] destruction of The Pirate Bay, TorrentFreak closes their article with this:
"So in a way, this was welcome. We need that innovation. We need to not grow complacent. We all need to stay ahead of the crumbling monopolies – a dying tiger is dangerous, even when it's obviously insane. But The Pirate Bay's legacy will never die, just like Napster's legacy won't.
In the meantime, the copyright industry is a case study in how to really insist on not learning a damn thing from your own monumental mistakes in fifteen full years."