Good portrait of the laser-focused, myopic genius unleashing The Hounds of Hell on America.

Nigel Watson  freethinker  727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo  http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/

"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

 "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti



Check out this excellent website. With this in your bookmarks, you can now pitch your on-site, Fascist-Prop Mind-Grinder (television set) into the dumpster, where it most deservedly belongs; right alongside today's fish-wrap, uh, newspaper. If you've been paying attention, you now know that there is precious little Pravda
 or Izvestia
 in the mainstream (corporate-owned) American media (MSM).
On this video site you will get all the Pravda and Izvestia you can handle.
A click on the "mission" link above will bring you to this superb description of why you cannot believe a word -spoken or unspoken - our completely cuckolded MSM tries to foist on us.
rag MEDIA BETRAYAL  Rich Media, Poor Democracy
- Bob McChesney & Mark Crispin Miller #+43.56  filmsforaction  2003
more info
And don't miss...
Robert Reich
's, stark, 2.5-minute, in yer face, in plain frickin' English (no "terms") presentation takes you from The Nexi's Machiavellian machinations over the past 30 years to our current abysmal economic state and is well worth a look and a pass-it-on. Simple, n'est-ce pas? Thank you MoveOn.
Also, don't look for this biz model in the NYT or WaPo anytime soon
Nigel Watson  freethinker  727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo  http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/

"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

 "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti



Well, St. Pete Mothers and Fathers, you didn't want to listen to the folks in the peanut gallery (uh, the citizens), whose interests you allegedly represent. And you pooh-poohed the fact-driven plea, to vote Nay, from one of your own. Wengay had it right, didn't he? But, then, you knew that too, at the time. Turns out, he was also the only one with a fully-functioning moral compass that evening. Too bad he didn't realize the RLC "debate" had nothing whatsoever to do with making our city streets safer for the motoring public. He coulda stood in bed.

After reviewing the body of evidence here, see if you all will now 'fess up and concede that this whole RLC caper was a grift from the git-go – in terms of both fleecing and endangering the citizens; especially you, Mr. Mayor.

Failure to disclose your prior communication with a RLC equipment distributor, who stood to profit from the council's Yea vote might have been an oversight on your part, but is troubling, nonetheless. However, I do wonder why you didn't make that clear to the public prior to the vote that evening. I also wonder if you had prior knowledge that your RLC dude would speak in favor of the measure. After this fellow spoke as the measure's sole supporter (the citizen speakers all saw it for the dirty deal it was), regaling us with vivid (and lurid) detail about gathering up his brother's various body parts ("... I had to go back for his legs, sob...") after that horrendous crash with a red-light runner (reportage of which even the mighty resources of our own SPT failed to unearth, and why do you think that was, Mr. Mayor?), do you think it might have been appropriate to declare your relationship with the speaker after his 3 minutes of fame were up that night?

I don't know where the truth lies here, but, I think you'll agree, it sure doesn't speak well for your much-ballyhooed, open-and-above-board government.

After you've reviewed these studies, as a citizen of this fair town, I request that you, forthwith, repeal this insulting, confiscatory, kleptocratic and 24-caret, bogus fraud on the people. Re-time the damn lights and stop trying to pick the people's pockets to make up for the ill-gotten gains of the miscreants on Wall Street (and I include the approx 33% drop in local property values since Mid-2007).

If there's a two-second, 360-degree, red light overlap (everybody stops), at least then you'll know you have genuine red-light runners, not just ones you've invented to replenish the city's coffers. You'll sleep better too :-) Turns out, these critters actually make the roads less safe, in the bargain. So, rescinding is a twofer (for the citizenry anyway).

But, this letter is in no way meant to belittle your efforts. I know you're a hard-working and caring crew. On the assumption that most of you made the best decision you could on this issue, given the info at hand, allow me to now move on to the positive.

As anyone with informed, intellectually-honest gray matter has figured out, this economy is going nowhere until at least 2015 (if then), I'd like to suggest a Vision 2020-type series of town meetings. The subject? How to transition St Pete to a sustainable community by 2020; one that might, if we get it right, serve as a national model for what can be accomplished by a government working in true cooperation with it's people. I realize that's a novel and breathtaking proposal in this day and age, given the deluge of autocrats and sociopaths that pass for our so-called leaders these days, but, call me a cockeyed optimist.

What sort of grist do I have in mind for this mill, you ask?

How about starting with civil alternatives to bring the city's budget in line with a gradually declining revenue stream. Perhaps such benighted lands as Wisconsin, Ohio and Michigan would take note that their way is no way to run anything (except into the ground). This would consider finding ways to maintain the features of our town that make it worthwhile to want to be here. No kicking folks when they're down: the homeless; the unemployed; the dispossessed; the foreclosed upon; etc. No closing schools or libraries until every other option has been fully explored. They are the loci of any neighborhood, plus their absence is most felt by the least powerful among your constituencies: children and the aged. No, the kids can't vote for you now, but, they may end up being in charge of your respirator in the nursing home. Paybacks are hell.

With this in mind, perhaps a few bucks could fund a delegation to visit more enlightened locales and get a reminder of what governments "of the people" are doing in these penny-pinching times. Places like my son's hometown of Portland, Oregon; where they did not tear up the heart of the black communities( in Tampa and St Pete) to make way for the Interstate system in the 60s and 70s; where bike paths have been a feature of the landscape for a quarter century and whose general ethos has been one of "ask first, then do." No Rays backroom deals here.

Or, maybe Vermont, my ex's home state, where a reverence for the majesty of nature is in most pols DNA; where we've seen constant citizen and government push-back against the worst excesses of our damned profit-uber-alles, deus ex machina: only state without a Wal-Mart; polluters actually see the insides of courtrooms; where 40 years means, well, 40 years, if you happen to own a nuclear plant that boils water and was built with the same technology as Fuk'shima.

Really instructive edumacation along these lines would entail trips to Western Europe, Japan and Brazil, among others. But, I don't want to press my luck (or the municipal budget).

I could go for fees for previously free public facilities, but, let's not leave behind those who go there now because they have no money to go elsewhere. You guys do a great job with the events in the parks, but, many of them carry way too high tariffs for folks who are out of work, on Social, etc. What about a set-aside for folks who can prove their relative poverty with a food stamp voucher, unemployment stub or Social Security statement? How about a few special trolleys on major event days that would pick up folks at, say, 2-hour intervals at Wal-Mart in Pinellas Park, Publix at 19 & Bayway and the Tyrone area. Folks save gas, don't endlessly circle for hen's-teeth parking spots in Northeast and bring money into the city after folks in Clearwater, Largo and Pinellas Park get the word that they don't have to drive all the way in to the CBD. But, that's just a feel.

More low-price events like Sylvia Rusche's classic films would also be a winner, though I'd like to see her type of show go on the road to other parts of St Pete.

What we (and every other community in this bassackwards, highly propagandized former republic) really need to start working on is how we're going to function as a viable entity when gas goes to $7-8-9 a gallon, when the industrial food chain slips a gear, or two, or three, when we find we must have alternate ways to get around, eat, things like that.

How about faster progress on the bike trails. Gizmag.com


has at least one or two new bicycle configurations every week: motor assist, 3-wheelers, fold-down to a hand-carry item, etc. Many more would bike to work if they could be assured that the laws and infrastructure were in place to ensure that they might even survive such a daily commute (fear of vehicular mishap is the #1 deterrent to greater bike riding in the US – we need stiffer penalties for drivers' failure to "see" more diminimus users of the public thoroughfares). As it seems unlikely that the average motorist's cavalier attitude towards vehicles smaller than their own will change anytime soon, improved bike path systems are the way to go.

Give incentives to encourage Tata Motors (India) and Song (China) to open dealerships here. Both have cars under $10K, get fantastic mileage (50-60mpg) and are about the size of a Mini (stripped, 18K). After awhile you'll need to stripe sections with smaller spaces in city lots. There's a slew of other mini-auto manufacturers.

Redouble your efforts on a light rail axis with Tampa and Clearwater. Feel free to ignore the antediluvian Paleo-Miscreant in the statehouse. He worships at the altar of a god in its death throes. This

 may be a few decades away at our present snail's-pace of progress.

How about a few PermaCulture forums? We're going to have to save ourselves. The Fed's too busy ginning up wars to support one our last major, intact industries, than to bother with piddling details like the home front, and the state, well.... (see previous paragraph).

You "kids" on the Council might not remember them, but, we need to bring back backyard Victory Gardens. Only, this time it's not to beat the Axis, but rather, to save ourselves. Can you see giving a property tax break to folks who 'grow their own" (don't get me started on that subject), then contribute a portion of their produce to feed those down on their luck, or even give to the city to raise revenue by selling the local produce at Saturday Market, thereby keeping the bux in town.

The best part is, the only expense to the city will be employing the extra gendarmes to hold the Monsanto goons at bay.

And, Mr. Mayor, as you may be aware, a part of the sprawling global effort that is the permaculture movement is the concept of sharing (the in-depth subject of an upcoming post here → http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/


), though it's a shame that the PC crowd (necessarily) felt the need to reinvent it. One signal piece of your legacy might be to Foster a dazzling panorama of sharing modes: bicycles, a la Paris; cars, a la ZipCar; obsolescent technology - still useful, just not Steve Job's latest; time-banking – exchanging labor and skills for those of another, and so on. The ways to share are, literally, endless. Like the three-meals-a-day thing, turns out, all this owning stuff has been for someone else's benefit all along.

Live and learn, right?

The main drawback with sharing stuff is, ahem, nobody makes a dime from most of this! Absurd, right? But, I promise you, this social tsunami will be coming real soon to neighborhoods and communities in your very own toddling town. P.S., it's already here.

And, did I mention the booming trend of sharing living quarters? Thank goodness for the Civil Rights Act, eh? All that legal shacking up. Oh, the humanity!

In short (pun), there's plenty to discuss in a free-and-open dialogue setting. And I'm just one person noodling away. Imagine the ideas with a half-dozen ongoing workshops! We all need to ditch our egos and politics and understand that we are well down the road towards our own "exceptionally American" version of Dystopia. More enlightened places will have a better go of it.

And, since I have your attention, one more item: try to do the right thing, by the people, every chance you get. Don't screw them. Don't play them. Don't dissemble. Play fair. Easy. Just follow your natural instincts and apply the still-Golden Rule.

When you don't, know they are just as smart as you are; have the same inherent sense of justice and fair-play as you should have. They figure it out, and once they do, they'll just resent you because they may not have the power, temporarily, to right the wrong. Hell, most of us will forgive and forget if we think you did your best and still got it wrong.

I've talked to enough folks; they all know the RLC is a scam. And they don't need a bunch of "studies" to tell them it is.

Unless one's in the path zone (psycho, socio), we all know what "the right thing" is when we see it (also when there appears to be no clear path to one right thing – then we're stuck with figuring out the least wrong thing). Don't be shy if you need some help. If it's a tough call, get some input from the people. They hired you guys to decide wisely in their behalf, not rule them. Talk to them. Don't just get their votes, then forget they exist. You might be surprised by the innate wisdom even the humblest among us can impart. If you believe, as I do, that this governing thing is a community effort, then seek the counsel of your "subjects" now and then.

I encourage you to not indulge in this sort of betrayal:

Last year (2010) the City Purchasing Department generated a Request For Information (RFI) No. 7000 961-15 Concessions: Mirror Lake Complex sought utilization proposals for the entire Mirror Lake Recreation Complex. The Shuffleboard Club (and other existing stakeholders of the facility) were not invited to participate in the process, nor informed until the opportunity to participate had closed. That process generated two submissions, both of which focus on the heart of the Shuffleboard Club - the Clubhouse, Solarium and Cue House.

As a casual observer of the city's bag of tricks and traps, I have to wonder what the hell you folks are thinking about when you agree to keep such civic affairs secret; are you, for that moment of voting, channeling Stalin? Michael Douglas' Star Chamber? What?

Were you not elected to, among other things, provide public fora for matters of concern to the citizenry, precisely like the issue indented above? Do any of you ever apply The Golden Rule – or an equivalent value – in your personal lives? And if so, why would such an admirable trait stop at the portals of City Hall?

You-all hold the offices you do because you have enough fire in the belly to put up with folks like me writing letters like this. I'll bet a few of you even relish getting them (you know who you are).

I'd personally like to see mini-townhalls in the 'hoods several times a year. The agenda would be a collaboration between the shared concerns of both citizens and their council member.

Well, that's enough. Please don't take this as a lecture (though, upon review, it coulda been a term paper, maybe even a novella). It's always easier to level criticism, especially when you don't have to make the hard calls. Just sharing some thoughts with you.

We're all going to need one another to lean on as this soul train heads into the tunnel.


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The site even tracks speed traps – here are a few in St Pete




Take care,

NjW 06-11-11

Nigel Watson
freethinker 727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/



"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

"It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti


libs BANNED BOOKS INFOGRAPHIC Most Targeted dailyinfographic 06-15-11

nice one - to open, click on the line under "How many of the beleaguered books below have you read?"



CANCER CURE THE FDA TRIED TO SHUT DOWN Burzynski #1.48.00 mercola 06-11-11


Nigel Watson  freethinker  727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo  http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/

"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

 "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti


rot GOP AIMS TO CREATE CHAOS BY SABOTAGING THE ECONOMY (like the CIA in Chile) - Bob Parry consortiumnews 06-03-11

The rabid right is on a 40-year tear; piling up Pyrrhic victories like there's no tomorrow; with zero pushback from the other side. Nice summation by one of our sharpest journalists (which is why you won't see his byline in the NYT or WAPO anytime soon).

Nigel Watson  freethinker  727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo  http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/

"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

 "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti


The BRAD BLOG : The 'Judicial Insider Trading' of Justice Clarence Thomas and Wife 'Ginni'

+ Zeese interview and outrageous video after piece
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cop THIS IS WHAT A POLICE STATE (in progress) LOOKS LIKE missingpieces 05-23-11


- David Sirota  salon.com
#3.20 brasschecktv
cop HEINOUS CRIME AT Jefferson Memorial
... DANCING! COPS GET TOUGH WITH PEACEFUL PRANCERS #11.00 adamvstheman-alternet 05-29-11
Scary, eh? So, what can you do to try to prevent the worst excesses of the pandemic authoritarian mindset (there are now 3 private cops for every publicly paid one "serving" us)?
Well, you can take the advice of an old Sybil Libber from way back. In fact, this fellow's name adorned the Executive Director's office of the ACLU for almost a quarter-century. Listen close.
While Ira's moved on to Flex Your Rights
, he's still in the fight. This excellent docu makes the point: We live in a gotcha society. There are crimes to be invented, prisons to engorge so that investors may buy 3rd and 4th homes, more non-readers to be hired to patrol our streets and new ways for our nation's leaders to entrap us into setting a foot wrong. Land o' Goshen! Time's a-wasting! (watch your ass)
My only quarrel with this film is that all the perps appear to be be quite white, as in, of the Caucasian persuasion. Now, I don't know about you, but to my knowledge, honkies hardly ever get cuffed for a little pot. Matter of fact, about 2/3 of all drug convictions in the USofA are for folks who arrived on Earth in technicolor (as opposed to the absence of same).
Of course, it did occur to me that FYR's focus on honkie perps may be a nod to our incarcerative future. There may come a time when the just-in-time, black-and-tan, school-to-prison conveyer belt runs low on victims, uh, fodder. Why, we might just have to start pitching poor (post-middle class) white folk into the maw of the prison-industrial thingie. Now, wouldn't that be something?
libs Busted!
The Citizen's Guide to Surviving Police Encounters #+45.23  flexyourrights-topdocufilms  2003
It's too bad that time has marched on, liberties wise, since this film was made. The item to follow refers to a few new statutes put forth that will definitely complicate Ira Glasser's medieval (early 21st Century) take on the law as it then stood. In that halcyon, bygone era of the early Bush years they hadn't even stolen Ohio yet.
Today, if that young lady hosting the loud party tried to prevent those nosy gendarmes from crossing over her threshold, courtesy of our Supreme sagewipes (8 to 1 - only Ruth managed to find her way home on that travesty), she wouldn't have a Fourth to stand on.
(hint: Ohio's leading the charge in the dumbest and cruelest entrapment-statute sweepstakes - you won't believe this "cracked" logic from Buckeye judges and lawmakers)
BTW, I note that Flex Your Rights has been around since 2002. How could someone like me - intensely curious on all matters civ libs - only discover it by accident (I stumbled across the film a few months ago on another site)  8 years on? Oh,well.

Nigel Watson  freethinker  727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo  http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com

"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

 "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti


A few choice words (and a yuk or two) from Big Bend Larry

While I have no reason not to believe that our scott-free felon Guv was stolen into office by the Karl Rove election theft machine (I know we all remember the pated one's last-minute "spurt" in the polls, don't we?), it remains that enough moronic myopics voted for the sociopathic creep to bring him close enough to the brass ring to enable Rove & Co. to boost him a bit so he could grab it; a little like Florida 2000. But, BBL is right. It would seem even some of Rapacious Rick's most devout supporters on Election Day are now showing signs of buyer's remorse.

"This week we received a robo call from Governor Rick Scott who explained that he is not the ogre many Floridians believe him to be -- his approval rating has fallen into the low 20s. The call was paid for by the Republican Party. This did not sit well with some conservative legislators who were distressed that the governor last week described them as Tallahassee insiders who were shortsighted, frivolous, and wasteful spenders concerning the state budget. The governor explained that, although some of the cuts seemed harsh, it was necessary to use his line-item veto power to rein-in these legislative abuses.

Outside observers do not understand Governor Scott's fall from grace. After all, he did exactly what he promised to do if elected. He reduced the size of the state budget. He reduced the government workforce, curtailed their bargaining power, and made those who remain pay for part of their own retirement and increased healthcare costs without an increase in salary. He rejected billion-dollar federal grants which conflict with his Tea Party philosophy. He advanced the interests of the Republican Party by signing legislation to reactivate the Legislative Leadership (Slush) Fund, signed another bill designed to suppress minority and student voting (the belief is these folks vote for Democrats), and approved the appropriation of millions of taxpayer dollars to fight efforts to eliminate the Legislature's ability to gerrymander legislative and congressional districts. He cut benefits to the poor, the disabled, teen mothers, homeless veterans, and the elderly which saves taxpayer dollars. He also reduced funding for education at all levels saving more taxpayer dollars. He cut the state corporate income tax (and vowed to eliminate the entire tax next session) which he believes will create jobs. He signed all of the bills (progressives labeled them as radical legislation) passed at the urging of the NRA and social conservatives, particularly the Religious Right.
How could anyone who voted for him be shocked that he kept his promises and now despise him for doing so? What more could Governor Scott possibly have done this legislative session for (or to) the residents of our state? They should be cheering him instead of inquiring whether it is possible to impeach or recall him. He is what he represented himself to be for better or for worse. Those of us who voted against Governor Scott and for Alex Sink appreciated that fact at the time of the gubernatorial election. We knew what was coming."
Well put.
Big Bend also sent along these gems:
Late Night Commentary on Osama bin Laden
"Osama bin Laden's death has been in the news all day. Leftwing stations are saying, 'President Obama saves the world.' Rightwing stations are saying, 'Obama kills fellow Muslim.'" -- Craig Ferguson
"How about those Navy Seals. We're getting our money's worth there. They broke into Osama bin Laden's compound with 12-foot walls topped by barbed wire, and fired a warning shot into his head."  -- David Letterman
"Apparently, members of Al Qaeda are online slamming the US. I don't understand why they're so upset. Everyone in Al Qaeda just got a promotion."  -- Craig Ferguson
"There's already been some trouble for Osama bin Laden in the afterlife. There was a mix up and he was greeted by 72 vegans."  -- David Letterman 
"What?! Not only did we kill bin Laden, we killed him in Abottabad! Abottabad sounds like the name most New Yorkers would have invented for the fictional place where they would have loved to kill bin Laden."  -- Jon Stewart
"Osama bin Laden was apparently shot twice in the face. It looks like Dick Cheney may have been involved."  -- Jay Leno
"Bin Laden lived in this compound in Pakistan with all of his wives for 6 years. So he did suffer."  -- David Letterman
finally, this cutie
 The Bank Robbery

An armed hooded robber bursts into the Bank of Ireland and forces the tellers to load a sack full of cash.
On his way out the door with the loot, one brave Irish customer grabs the hood and pulls it off revealing the robber's face.
The robber shoots the guy in the head without hesitation! He then looks around the bank to see if anyone else has seen him.
One of the tellers is looking straight at him, and the robber walks over and calmly shoots him in the head also.
Everyone by now is very scared and looking down at the floor.
Did anyone else see my face?' asks the robber?
There are a few moments of silence, when one elderly Irish gent, looking down, tentatively raises his hand and says:
 "I think me wife may have caught a glimpse."
Thanks, BBL.
Then there's this just in...
LEAVES CNN ANCHOR UNIMPRESSED #0.59  salon  06-03-11

Nigel Watson  freethinker  727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo  http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/

"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

 "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti



I'm not a great fan of online petitions, but, this is one we all need to get behind.
Mr. O has a chance to appoint Ms. Warren
 to head up the brand new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; a creation of Ms. Warren herself. He may only do this while the U.S. Senate is adjourned. If you see this as somehow "cheating," think back to how many Federalist judges and other miscellaneous cretins were appointed by the Boy King, during his catastrophic reign over this land, using precisely this end-run tactic.
While she will only be in charge through the end of 2012 (I think that's right), better 19 months of Liz chasing the bad guys than no Liz at all.
Ms. Warren is whip-smart, relentless in speaking truth to power (in short supply these days as you may have noticed) and whose moral compass never veers from true magnetic North; a rare combo in today's vacillatory and principle-challenged world.
Like MLK with LBJ, let's help BHO do the right thing vis-a-vis EHW.
This takes but a minute and, unlike so many of these damn things, the auto-fill works.
For those who'd like to know a bit more about Liz Warren, watch this:
- Elizabeth Warren talk  #-57.37  youtube  03-08-07.url
She's one helluva gal.

Nigel Watson  freethinker  727.493.1990 skype orbizen2
Blog: ORBizen Memo  http://orbizenmemo.blogspot.com/

"There is no greater disaster than greed."Lao-tzu

 "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Krishnamurti

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