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14 Jun

Wow, I believe I counted 56 countries where the TheTimeTimes.com has been viewed. I really appreciate all the visitors who have taken the time to look at TheTimeTimes.com, however I could use help getting more views . Please share this blog link, and if you or anyone you know is a writer or other creative member of the liberty movement, I am looking for blog contributors.

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Below are the countries where TheTimeTimes.com has been viewed  so far.  I didn’t expect this.

Countries where TheTimeTimes.com has been viewed so far. (6/14/2012)

FIGHT THE REAL ENEMY: The Time Times Monday Music Moment

11 Jun

FIGHT THE REAL ENEMY

IT’S US AGAINST THEM.

NO POLITICIAN RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT CARES ABOUT YOU…

OR ME…

OR SUFFERING CHILDREN.

POLITICAL CHOICE IS AN ILLUSION.

SEE: HEGELIAN DIALECTIC

They successfully conquer and divide each time someone believes one of their lies or falls for one of their distractions.

FREEDOM FOR PRESIDENT! 

CLEAN AND STERILIZE THE WHITE HOUSE AND CAPITOL HILL!

This is not my video.  It was posted by Moksha75ar3 on YouTube.

Before anyone gets their chastity belts in a twist, Sinead was singing this haunting rendition of “War” in protest of the known rampant child abuse in the Catholic church occurring around the world.  She sacrificed her career to do what thousands of religious leaders would not; she spoke the truth, stood up for the weak, and called out the real evil, the real enemy, even if it did wear a pretty robe: Not just the pathetically reprehensible abusers, but the people who do nothing to stop  abusers, tyrants, and sadists.

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Chimes of Freedom: Using Music To Teach; The Fourth Amendment Song Contest

11 Jun

I remember reading a piece called ‘TSA Arrests Me for Using the Fourth Amendment as a Weapon (Tales from the Edge of a Revolution #2)” at dailykos.com.  It’s one of my favorite stories about TSA civil disobedience. A woman was arrested for reciting the fourth amendment, calmly but loudly, while receiving a TSA groping. It’s infuriating, but this woman is a hero in my eyes.  After reading this, I decided I should make sure I knew the fourth amendment by heart, and be capable of saying it effortlessly in case I was ever in a similar situation.

I then started thinking about my niece, and how much I fear her going to public schools when she is old enough.  I worry about the conditioning and and overall indoctrination into this “backwards is forwards” world and mindset propagated by the puppet masters. I wondered if she will ever say the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag or sing ‘My Country ‘Tis of Thee‘ like I did as a child.

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The Time Times Sunday Song Break

10 Jun

TheTimeTimes.com

Sunday Bloody Sunday  by U2

 

 

From wikipedia

“Bloody Sunday (Irish: Domhnach na Fola)[1][2]—sometimes called the Bogside Massacre[3]—was an incident on 30 January 1972 in the Bogside area of Derry, Northern Ireland, in which 26 unarmed civil-rights protesters and bystanders were shot by soldiers of the British Army. Thirteen males, seven of whom were teenagers, died immediately or soon after, while the death of another man four-and-a-half months later was attributed to the injuries he received on that day. Two protesters were also injured when they were run down by army vehicles.[4] Five of those wounded were shot in the back.[5] The incident occurred during a Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association march; the soldiers involved were members of the First Battalion of the Parachute Regiment (1 Para).[6]”

“The Provisional Irish Republican Army‘s (IRA) campaign against the partition of Ireland had begun in the two years prior to Bloody Sunday, but public perceptions of the day boosted the status of, and recruitment into, the organisation enormously.[13] Bloody Sunday remains among the most significant events in the Troubles of Northern Ireland, chiefly because those who died were shot by the British army rather than paramilitaries, in full view of the public and the press.[3]”

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