Friday, 19 September 2014

WHEN NO MEANS YES -THE RAPE OF SCOTLAND BY RAP (REPUBLICANS AND PATRIOTS) Do you hear the Whisper Men The Whisper Men are near. If you hear the Whisper Men Then turn away your ear. Do not hear the Whisper Men Whatever else you do For once you've heard the Whisper Men They'll stop and look at you.

Vote Yes for bairns, not bombs 

 Do you hear the Whisper Men
The Whisper Men are near.
If you hear the Whisper Men
Then turn away your ear.
Do not hear the Whisper Men
Whatever else you do
For once you've heard the Whisper Men
They'll stop and look at you.

A No means we waste £250 million a year on nuclear bombs. A Yes means we can invest instead in world-class childcare
A Yes vote on September 18 is a vote to take Scotland’s great wealth and resources into Scotland’s hands – meaning that we can spend our money on priorities like increased childcare instead of wasting billions on nuclear weapons we don’t want or need.
This week, a cross-party commission at Westminster concluded that the UK Government should continue with its plans to renew the Trident nuclear weapons system. 
 Do you hear the YES Men
The YES Men are near.
If you hear the YES Men
Then turn away your ear.
Do not hear the YES Men
Whatever else you do
For once you've heard the YES Men
They'll stop and VOTE FOR you.


Tuesday, 9 September 2014

OLIGARCHY R'US OF A AND R'US SIA TOO ....OR EU R'US ALL OLIGARCHY FOR MORONS TO VOTE ON ..Representative government is artifice, a political myth, designed to conceal from the masses the dominance of a self-selected, self-perpetuating, and self-serving traditional ruling class. PREZZOLINI The essence of oligarchical rule is not father-to-son inheritance, but the persistence of a certain world-view and a certain way of life ... A ruling group is a ruling group so long as it can nominate its successors ... Who wields power is not important, provided that the hierarchical structure remains always the same.” ― George Orwell..There has always been, and there is now, a profound conflict of interest between the people and the government of the United States.” ― Howard Zin L'esprit d'une nation réside toujours dans le petit nombre qui fait travailler le grand, est nourri par lui et le gouverne. Voltaire, Essai sur les mœurs et l'esprit des nations For centuries, oligarchs were viewed as empowered by wealth, an idea muddled by elite theory early in the twentieth century. The common thread for oligarchs across history is that wealth defines them, empowers them, and inherently exposes them to threats. The existential motive of all oligarchs is wealth defense. How they respond varies with the threats they confront, including how directly involved they are in supplying the coercion underlying all property claims, and whether they act separately or collectively. These variations yield four types of oligarchy: warring, ruling, sultanistic, and civil. Oligarchy is not displaced by democracy but rather is fused with it. Moreover, the rule of law problem in many societies is a matter of taming oligarchs. Cases studied in this book include the United States, ancient Athens and Rome, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, medieval Venice and Siena, mafia commissions in the United States and Italy, feuding Appalachian families, and early chiefs cum oligarchs dating from 2300 BCE.Another stable system can be many unarmed oligarchs with a system of laws to protect their assets. Look to Rome where the contesting oligarchs as senators often were military leaders as well. Did you know there were strict rules prohibiting soldiers from appearing in uniform in the district of Rome? It was to keep someone from marching on Rome and taking supreme power. But it finally happened and Winters relates all kinds of wonderful details on how it did, including the murder of Caesar. Is this beginning to sound interesting? What about the type of government? Does democracy tame oligarchs? We know it doesn't! It's a major assertion of Winters that oligarchy can live quite happily with any system that maintains order and does not deprive them of their wealth or their income. Without a "sultan" or direct force between equals to maintain wealth, there must be a strong legal system, but not necessarily one that protects individual freedoms, only one that protects property. The example is Singapore, where the reader learns of Lee Kwan Yew, a remarkable man who would tolerate no corruption by oligarchs and had a government agency dedicated to going after them without prejudice if they tried to pull any funny business. It worked marvelously, but forget about freedom of speech and don't get caught spitting on the sidewalk!

So nobody must be allowed to think at all. Down with the public schools! Children must be drilled mentally by quarter-educated herdsmen, whose wages would stop at the first sign of disagreement with the bosses. For the rest, deafen the whole world with senseless clamour. Mechanize everything! Give nobody a chance to think. Standardize "amusement." The louder and more cacophonous, the better! Brief intervals between one din and the next can be filled with appeals, repeated 'till hypnotic power gives them the force of orders, to buy this or that product of the "Business men" who are the real power in the State. Men who betray their country as obvious routine.

The history of the past thirty years is eloquent enough, one would think. What these sodden imbeciles never realize is that a living organism must adapt itself intelligently to its environment, or go under at the first serious change of circumstance.” Crowley,
Magick Without Tears

Friday, 5 September 2014

SAY NO TO RUSSIAN GAS ....PUT IN THE BIOGAS WAR IN PERSPECTIVE COOKING SHIT USING SHIT TO COOK THE SHIT ...A GREAT IDEA Biogas: Option for Mitigating and Adaptation of Climate Change...United Gas CEO is tired of paying taxes on a tract of land he considers a useless asset. Located seventy miles from Houston, the land sits idle save for the lignite deposits beneath its surface. But if there's a way to generate revenue from a couple of hundred acres the idea. an impractical plot Two scientists have unwittingly stumbled upon genetically-modified super-termites that chew up lignite to produce natural gas.they use the technology to turn into something hard as project manager can't find a fatal flaw in what he initially waves off as another farfetched idea. He pulls together an unlikely group to implement among them professor Jennito da Gama come to terms with his past and future. No one suspects that RUSSIAN AND UKRANIAN AND ALI BABA UND ALIBABA CHINESE terrorists in mundane yet strategically placed positions of power will mobilize to sabotage the plan because it threatens the world's dependence on RUSSIAN GAS OR GAZPROM GAS AND SHALE GAS R'US OF A ... "THE BIOGAS WARLORDS"is a genuinely satisfying combination of science, intrigue, and romance.THE 1984 BOOK OR BOOKLETS Biogas: What It Is, How It Is Made, How to Use It by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Biogas technology was introduced in Kenya in the mid 1950's. Since then, only a small percentage of farmers in the country have adopted it. In addition, the functioning status and sustainability of the constructed biogas plants has remained unknown. As the potential of the technology to provide energy for cooking and lighting remain unexploited, prices of other energy sources such as kerosene continue to rise and trees continue to be cut down for firewood and charcoal and hence environmental degradation through deforestation. On the other hand, the firewood produces smoky fumes that cause indoor air pollution and while this is happening, animal waste remains unmanaged. This book sheds light on the socioeconomic and technological constraints to adoption and sustainability of biogas technology among dairy cattle farmers in Nakuru districts, Kenya. should be useful to all stakeholders in biogas OPTIONS.JÁ SINTO MWINGI

The biogas handbook: Science, production and applications IT'S VERY SIMILAR TO THE BOOKS FROM THE BIOGAS WAR IN THE  80'S

With increasing pressures to utilize wastes effectively and sustainably, biogas production represents one of the most important routes towards reaching renewable energy targets. This comprehensive reference on the development and deployment of biogas supply chains and technology reviews the role of biogas in the energy mix and outlines the range of biomass and waste resources for biogas production. Contributors provide detailed coverage of anaerobic digestion for the production of biogas and review the utilization of biogas for various applications. They consider all aspects in the biogas production chain from the origin of the biomass feedstocks, feedstock selection and preparation, the anaerobic digestion process, biogas plant equipment design and operation, through to utilization of the biogas for energy production and the residue, the digestate, which can be used as a biofertilizer. The book also addresses biogas utilization, and explores environmental impacts and commercial market applications. 

Part 1 Biomass resources, feedstock treatment and biogas production: Biomass resources for biogas production; Analysis and characterisation of biogas feedstocks; Storage and pre-treatment of substrates for biogas production; Fundamental science and engineering of the anaerobic digestion process for biogas production; Optimisation of biogas yields from anaerobic digestion by feedstock type; Anaerobic digestion as a key technology for biomass valorisation: Roles and contribution to the energy balance of biofuel chains 

Part 2 Plant design, engineering, process optimisation and digestate utilization: Design and engineering of biogas plants; Energy flows in biogas plants: Analysis and implications for plant design; Process control in biogas plants; Methane emissions in biogas production; Biogas digestate quality and utilization; Land application of digestate Part 3 Biogas utilisation: international experience and best practice: Biogas cleaning; Biogas up-grading to biomethane; Biomethane injection into natural gas networks; Generation of heat and power from biogas for stationery applications: Boilers, gas engines and turbines, combined heat and power (CHP) plants and fuel cells; 

Biomethane for transport applications; 

 Market development and certification schemes for biomethanE