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Her work appears in over literary venues, both print and online, and several anthologies by different presses. Jonel Abellanosa resides in Cebu City, the Philippines. He is working on his first poetry collection, Multiverse. Adetokunbo Abiola is a Nigerian journalist and writer. He has published Labulabu Mask, a novel Macmillan Nigeria.
His work is shortly to be published in Relief Anthology. Amr Abouelleil is an Egyptian-American who makes his living surfing digital genomes, and lives to write contemporary and speculative fiction.
His work explores the intersection between East and West, waiting to see what happens when—at the same time—all the lights turn green. He resides in the greater Boston area with his expectant wife and son.
You may write to him at author aaleil. He is currently wrapping up a four-volume historical fiction series called the Shenandoah Saga. Daniel and his wife Laurie live deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia with however many cats in their area need rescuing at any given time. Viccy Adams is close to finishing a PhD in creative writing at Newcastle University, where she has been researching the boundaries between short-story collections and novels.
Read more about her writing at vsadams. John Adkisson is a retired civil rights lawyer, political consultant and activist, living in Sacramento, California with his wife Anne Stausboll. New to short fiction in , Mr. Adkisson holds degrees in journalism, political science, urban studies, and law. His seminars on violence and discrimination prevention have been attended by more than , individuals throughout the United States. After a year career as a trial lawyer and speaker, Mr.
He is the father of two. Sarah Ahmad is a photographer living in Pakistan. She had solo exhibitions of her work in and , and won the Sony World Photography Award as well. Carol Alexander is a New York City-based author and editor. Elizabeth Alexander Her work has appeared in many strange and wonderful publications, including Golden Handcuffs Review, Gargoyle, Defenestration, Prick of the Spindle, Archives of Neurology, The Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, and several journals named after animals—monkeys, mostly.
She lives in Seattle. He lives in Memphis, a city of light and sound. Aleph Altman-Mills Aleph Altman-Mills is an autistic writer who collects acorns and likes to buy books other people have already written on. She has been published in The Legendary. She blogs and posts poetry snippets at really-fucking-confused. He is a member of numerous arts organizations including the union of Syrian and Arab Artists. His art found homes throughout the world, including the National Museum of Syria, in Damascus.
He lives in Berlin, Germany. For further information about his art, you may reach him on Facebook or contact Dr. Khadija Anderson returned in to her Los Angeles birthplace after an year exile in Seattle. Khadija's work has been published extensively online and in print journals and anthologies. Liana Vrajitoru Andreasen is originally from Romania, a country that still inspires her writing.
He lives between town and gown near Ann Arbor, Michigan. Welcoming the Wolf Home. Asnia Asim is a young female immigrant of Pakistani origin. Poetry helps her explore the many internal conflicts born out of geographical displacement. Miriam Axel-Lute is working on a series about the faulty assumptions of neoclassical economics.
She has three chapbooks, and her website is mjoy. Two of these were nominated for a Pushcart Prize. For links to her work, visit sarabacker.
She is also writing a book about arsenic contamination of drinking water in Bangladesh. Employed as an industrial chemist, she lives in Savannah, Georgia, with her husband and daughter. She has two chapbooks: A Journal of Poetry.
Dylan Bargteil is currently a brewer, baker, poet, songwriter, and physics PhD student. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, and is pursuing performative and anonymous art. For information about what Dylan has been and done, visit physics. Stephen Bartlett spent 14 years as an award-winning journalist for daily newspapers in Vermont and New York, with 12 of those years devoted to covering education issues. He is currently a freelance writer and is also working on a short story collection and a novel.
His writing has appeared elsewhere. Elvira Basevich is a Ph. She has published poetry in Writing for Human Rights: Protest Poems and Inertia Magazine. She grew up in Brooklyn, NY, where she still lives and writes weekly love letters to the Atlantic Ocean. Daisy Bassen is a practicing psychiatrist and poet. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in English. She was a semi-finalist in the Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry.
She lives in Rhode Island with her husband and children. Her artwork has been widely exhibited across the USA and is in several public collections. Her artwork in bookarts and use of text has led her back to her interest in poetry, a new passion that is starting to take over her creative life. Mike Bates is a corporate attorney, recently retired to retrieve the purpose of his life. He lives in the high desert of central Arizona with his wife and daughter. His work has been published in Mobius: Boyd Bauman grew up on a small ranch in northeast Kansas and is now a writer and a teacher in the Kansas City area.
Maxwell Baumbach makes a mean bowl of ramen. His work has appeared a bunch of places: Carol Bell After studying biology and chemistry at the University of Colorado, she went on to a career in the pharmaceutical industry. Now retired, she can focus on her writing. Barry Laga, and Craig Childs. Mother of an adopted Vietnamese war orphan, she has been active in volunteer work for child- and adoption-related organizations. Bell is twenty-eight years of age. He has been writing and releasing literary and musical works through My Idea of Fun since Scott and the Beltones, and the forthcoming Fine Wives.
My Idea of Fun is an art and music collective based out of Johnstown, Pennsylvania myideaoffun. He is also a contributor to ImpressionofSound.
Nina Bennett is the author of Forgotten Tears: Nina is a contributing author to the Open to Hope Foundation. Philippa Bergmann is an artist working in Madison, Wisconsin. She enjoys painting people, their animals, and deep space, among others. The tone of her work alternates between serious, humorous, and surreal. Childhood memories, especially the tight-chested relationships with animals, landscapes, and the vast sky, are strongly suggested in her images. Philippa also works as a pet portrait artist.
Steven Bernal iis a prisoner-poet of California, a Puerto Rican Zarathustra of sorts, determined to engage life one syllable at a time. Jennifer Jackson Berry lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her work has appeared in Lilith Magazine and Entropy.
She continues to write fiction, non-fiction and poetry, and she is working to finish her first novel. Binford Originally from Arcadia, a suburb of Los Angeles, Paul spent his early adult years hitchiking around various parts of the U. When he got that out of his system, he went back to academia and earned a B. After working for several years in the L.
He teaches at a university, travels, reads a lot, writes, and reflects on the vast divergence between East and West. He likes to spend his summers in the Pacific Northwest. Isaac Birchmeier is a writer from Helena, Montana. Jane Blanchard lives and writes in Georgia. Monthly, he takes the open mic for ten minutes at Gumbo Fiction Salon and gives interpretive readings of his stories that range from suspense to science fiction to horror.
He lives in Chicago with his wife, Kathleen, under the watchful eyes of Slinky the Cat.
Her work has been shown and collected nationally and internationally. Not being happy with what some of these snaps looked like, he discovered the world of digital retouching that determined his style.
And this is true, as all of his works are made using nothing but a camera and a computer mouse. Fast-food surrealism, pop-art for comic book nerds, or photo-blasphemy. Wade German writes journalism by day and weird poetry by night. He currently lives in Prague, Czech Republic. His poems have appeared in numerous speculative journals and anthologies. Some of his newest work can be found in recent and forthcoming editions of Nameless, Space and Time, and Weird Fiction Review. Gerow Bronx by way of Buffalo, he works in the climate-change-think-tank jungle and writes to distract from the dread disquiet of impending apocalypse.
Donato Giancola balances modern concepts with realism in his paintings to bridge the worlds of contemporary and historical figurative arts. Donato recognizes the significant cultural role played by visual art and makes personal efforts to contribute to the expansion and appreciation of painting that extend beyond his clients and exhibits. To those ends, the artist teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and appears at various institutions, seminars, and conventions, from San Diego to Rome to Moscow, where he performs demonstrations in oil paint and lectures on his aesthetics.
He loves anything to do with aliens or the apocalypse, but not in a creepy way. He is currently writing and improvising in Austin, TX, where his work can be seen on stages all over the city. West Gipson is a writer and student from Washington, DC. She currently lives with her girlfriend in Baltimore, Maryland, studying political science and creative writing, and is particularly interested in the intersection between political commentary and literature.
She can be reached at westgipsonwork gmail. He ran a 5k at a roughly eight-minute-mile split and began considering the Olympic marathon. He is humbled by writing, by its complexity, constantly humbled and sometimes awed by the complexity of life in general. She has been published in the anthology Cold Flashes: Literary Snapshots of Alaska. Daniel is currently working on a novel involving homebrewing beer and other feats of bio-engineering.
Scott Gordon is an award-winning writer and director of independent films. He has also written and directed thirty-two half-hour television programs currently being broadcast on PBS networks across the nation, including American Writers of the Twentieth Century and Complete History of the Black Experience in America. Poems recently in Terrain. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she teaches writing and rides her bicycle all over town. The Contemporary West, and many others.
Wordcraft of Oregon has published his new project of environmental prose poems, Sea-Level Nerve: Book One, , and Book Two, available at 0s-1s. She co-hosts Fourth Sundays, a poetry series in Claremont, California. Find links to her work online at cloudslikemountains. Tom Gribble is a poet, publisher, and teacher. He teaches English at Spokane Community College. His current project is Heroes of the Bizarre: An Experiment in Haibun.
She used to be a newspaper reporter. Kawika Guillermo is currently finishing his doctorate in Seattle, where he teaches college-level writing and writes fiction and poetry.
You can find more of his published works and his blog at kawikaguillermo. Cathy Guo is the recipient of the River of Words Grand Prize in Poetry and a Columbia University fellowship funding her first chapbook project, which aims to present both oral history and poetry in a dialogue on memory, landscape and diaspora.
Stephanie Guo has been published in a variety of print and online litmags. Recently, one of her poems was translated into Spanish by the Ofi Press. He is at work on a new novel. Visit his website at authorkhanhha. Hall has had poetry published in various literary journals including Ibbetson St.
He was born and raised in Birmingham, AL, has a M. He is also a classically-trained violinist and Latin dance instructor and choreographer. Hallett is a British-Australian-American poet and professor of horticulture at Purdue University, Indiana, where he studies and teaches ecology, international development, and sustainable agriculture.
Steve is the author of over fifty research articles and book chapters, and the author of two books: Peter Halpin is a retired healthcare manager who writes poetry and short fiction to keep his mind active during his twilight years. He is blessed with the opportunity to wake up every morning in full view of the Canadian Rockies.
While inspiration is rife and his efforts plentiful, he is still a novice; full of ardent desire and plentiful hope. Derald Hamilton is a resident of the Silicon Valley. He worked for the Santa Clara Valley Transit for the past 32 years. This often stood in stark contrast to the views held by his father, a straight-laced career soldier who lectured him constantly about taking life more seriously. She mostly spends her time rolling on the floor with her daughter and her Husky.
She is currently writing full-time and trying to get more involved in the poetry community. She currently resides in Amarillo, Texas. Laura Hanna is an English instructor and poet. She recently earned an MA in English from Auburn University and is now earning a doctorate in education.
Laura is the editor-in-chief and founding editor of These Fragile Lilacs Poetry Journal, and her poems appear in numerous journals and magazines, including Pilgrimage Press, Dappled Things, and Oddville Press. Hansen has been writing poems and stories since she was ten.
She has written and produced radio and television commercials for local stations and worked as assistant editor for 10 years at Forest Press in Dublin, Ohio, a division of Online Computer Library Center. She lives in a rural area in upstate New York, in the shadow of Helderberg Mountains. On a clear day, she can see forever. Bobby Hansson was a Maryland sculptor, blacksmith, tinsmith, author, folk artist and photographer with five decades of experience in the craft world.
The film Notes features his ephemeral postal art and musical instruments made from found materials. Richard Harkness has been a long-time columnist for McClatchy-Tribune newspapers and Prevention magazine.
He has published eight nonfiction books Prentice-Hall, Random House and numerous articles and essays. He has written several verse plays and adaptations, some of which have been performed in small venues in Chicago, Virginia, and New York City, including one broadcast on New York City public radio.
She is widely published in literary journals and online ezines from American Poetry Review to Zone 3. Links to her online work at loismarieharrod. Bob Hartley was raised on the West Side of Chicago. He was also awarded an MFA in creative writing from the University of Pittsburgh where he received a full scholarship and studied with the novelists Chuck Kinder and Lewis Nordan.
His second novel, The Ceiling Falls, is being considered for publication. Bob makes his living as a respiratory therapist and lives with his wife and two children in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ron Hartley was a Clio-winning art director who had staff positions at four New York City advertising agencies. He was also affiliated with a political advertising consulting firm, Avenging Angels, where he offered his services to clients like Greenpeace, Peace Action, Riverkeeper and the DNC.
Ron lives in Brooklyn. He co-edited the short-lived journal Greatcoat, and his work has appeared in such journals as Colorado Review, Cue: He lives with his wife and two children in Bellingham, Washington, where he roasts coffee to supplement the outrageous sums he makes off his poetry. He and his wife Helen Alexandra, an ardent gardener he being an avid bicyclist , live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, spending their summers in Reston, Virginia near the homes of their two adult sons.
Isabelle Hayeur was born in Montreal Quebec in She currently lives and works in Montreal. She is mostly known for her large-size photomontages, her videos and her site-specific installations. Her work is situated within a critical approach to the environment, urban development and to social conditions. She is particularly interested in the feelings of alienation, uprooting and dislocation. Her artworks have been shown in the context of numerous exhibitions and festivals.
Artist statement about the artwork: Roy Haymond was born in Mississippi but spent much of his life in the Carolinas.
Until he retired, he stood in front of high school classrooms instructing in several disciplines. A string of side jobs included commercial tenor saxophone, all-night groceries, grass cutting, and even a shot at selling cemetery lots. After escaping the classroom, he worked for a time as writer and then editor of a weekly newspaper.
Some forty pieces have been published in literary journals in eleven states and Canada, mostly straight objective narrative—he prefers to let psychological insight emerge from what the characters do and say.
He now lives in a rural enclave no traffic lights or sidewalks, but there is a herd of goats. His second wife writes in between her attempts to cover the earth with flowers.
When not rousing rabble, he plays softball for the Harmony Bar Gearheads. Recipient of the Thomas Merton poetry prize, the H. Journal poetry prize, and twice nominated for the Pushcart, she teaches in Baltimore. Don Helley is from a country. Chad Hensley A crafted reporter on cultural extremes in music and art, Bram Stoker Award-nominated author Chad Hensley saw several years of his writing on underground subjects as EsoTerra: Alexandria Herr is from Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Her poetry has appeared in the Nassau Weekly. Katie dedicates all her poetry to the memory of her mother and best friend, Laurie. Recent poems appear in the Antioch Review, foam: Hintze Ferdi is a software developer who also writes fiction.
His stories address the profit-oriented elements of human nature, romance from a male point of view, and when the two merge, both.
He is putting the finishing touches on his novel, Balls , about a fifteen-year-old who gets testicular cancer, and in his brush-with-death epiphany, re-invents himself as a drug dealer and invests the profits in the stock market. Hogan received his doctorate in development studies from the University of Wisconsin—Madison.
Before retirement, he was a faculty member at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, where he taught medical ethics, health policy and the social organization of medicine in the College of Human Medicine. Hogan published more than five dozen professional articles on health services research and health policy.
He lives with a Polish wife, American Akita and increasingly americanized daughter. While he classifies much of his writing as contemporary horror, some might disagree. You may write to him at georgeholmauthor gmail. Nigel Holt has lived and worked in the United Arab Emirates for a number of years.
Kelli Hoppmann is a long-time Madison, WI, artist. An accomplished figurative painter, her work is informed by myth. See more work at kellihoppmann. Astrian Horsburgh is a student activist and alleged anarchist, as well as a voracious reader and writer who has won contests from organizations like Write the World, Stageoflife.
Between activism and the rigors of the educational system, Astrian likes traveling, learning languages, and performing slam poetry. She writes political blog posts or rants at fumesofinjustice. Stay, and has been widely published in the areas of fiction and poetry. The Journal of Healing. Mark Howard is a retired architectural computer technician and a dual citizen of the US and Canada.
He began writing after hearing a story without an ending. That story is still unfinished but he is okay with that now. Karen Hunt is the co-founder of InsideOUT Writers, a creative writing program for incarcerated youth in Los Angeles, as well as a martial artist and boxer, with a special talent for Eskrima.
She has been asked to fight professionally and to be the bodyguard of a famous rapper, but caring for her three children has kept her from pursuing outlandish careers.
Excerpts from her memoir can be seen in Damazine Magazine in Syria. She is a retired physician. Interventions from scarved liberal whites with gluten allergies sent him on a trajectory that, despite failed attempts at Black Vernacular deprogramming, culminated in his earning a PhD.
But with the bleak academic job-market, together with a family too ravaged by illiteracy and homelessness to provide any sort of safety net, it looks like he might come full circle. There are signs that he is well on his way.
Jackson studied literature at Yale and NYU, but now works outside the academy. She enjoys working with poetic forms.
Dennis James is a retired attorney who previously practiced employment and civil rights law in Detroit, Michigan. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife, Barbara Grossman, his first-line editor, and also a retired attorney. Dennis writes mostly plot-driven short stories about people and their work, what it does to them and what they do to each other.
He lives in Holland, Michigan, teaching writing, literature, and peace-making at Hope College, now going on thirty years.
Seth James is the author of several novels including The Parnell Affair a fictionalization of the start of the Iraq War and The Pyrrhic Rendition a thriller exploring the dangers of Extraordinary Rendition and state-sanctioned torture. A veteran of the journals-publishing industry, when not writing novels or short fiction, Seth is either asleep or commuting by train.
John Jansen has been a teacher for thirty years. For decades, when work was done, he set about poetry into the small hours.
He loves gardening, reading, friends, relatives. His motto is, "If it moves, talk to it,"—and still the world goes on. He weeds now, avoids travel, adheres to the incomparable folly of poetry. Greg Jenkins is the author of three books, including Stanley Kubrick and the Art of Adaptation, and roughly 45 short stories. He lives in Maryland.
He has been writing steadily since he was about ten. He began with writing novels, but more recently he has focused on short stories, and he really loves the medium. He is eighteen years old and attending college to obtain his associates degree. He tries to write dark, thought-provoking stories that are more then just entertaining. Lauranna Johnson A Tennessee transplant living in Denver, Colorado, Lauranna Johnson is a veteran, photographer, and anti-racist activist.
She has written two novels and a collection of poetry. Steven Vincent Johnson is. He joined the Army in early and spent four and a half years on active duty before joining the National Guard. Michael Jones teaches at Oakland High School. His poetry has appeared most recently in Beloit Poetry Journal and Rhino. She lives with her English-teacher husband and two cats in a tiny apartment with an infestation of books.
Father of 2 little nerds. Poly sci grad UCF ; worked U. Aunia Kahn is a self-taught figurative artist who began creating art as a therapeutic response to a difficult upbringing. She invariably designs, builds, and executes characters, non-existent places, dreams, illusions, fears and fables into creation, which meld elements of classical and contemporary art. She has work forthcoming in the Painted Bride Quarterly. Originally from Montreal, she now resides in Venice, Florida.
Vani Kannan graduated from Barnard College and is a managing editor at W. Martha Kaplan lives in Madison, Wisconsin where cranes occasionally fly over her house. She used to paint in oils, shoot photos in black and white, but now prefers to work in words. A Pushcart Prize nominee, she blogs and posts occasional book reviews at sihamkarami. Jen Karetnick is a Miami-based poet, writer, author and educator with three chapbooks of poetry, the latest of which is Landscaping for Wildlife Big Wonderful press, Herb Kauderer is an associate professor of English at Hilbert College and confesses to having a minor in sociology.
He lives in a lovely village where his kids can walk most places and the neighbors are friendly without being intrusive. He is the author of eight chapbooks of poetry, most recently The Book of Answers, which is available as an ebook from Kobo. Tyra Kaufmann is a full-time student studying mathematics living in southern California. She is excited to announce this as her first published story, although she has been writing for enjoyment for many years.
When she is not studying, writing, or trying to take over the world, she spends her days sewing, analyzing, and sinking into the abyss of everyday life. She draws most of her writing inspiration from nightmares that only an insane mind could possibly come up with. Kelley resides in western Massachustts.
In she received the Anderbo Poetry prize. Although she has great affection for her scientific and botanical work, Kest has recently branched out into the fantasy and science fiction genre which she sees as the next step in her evolution as an illustrative artist. She earned her MFA at Maryland Institute, College of Art , exhibits her work in numerous galleries, and lectures at conferences and symposia on the importance of storytelling in illustration. Ann Kestner is the founder and editor of Poetry Breakfast.
For over 25 years, her work has periodically appeared in various publications. She spent most of her life living in Virginia at the edge of D. Sandra Ketcham currently lives in Orlando where she works as a full-time freelance writer and editor. Kinsey has always had a compulsion to create. During this time, he developed unique personal digital painting skills and assemblage techniques. Subsequently, Josh formed his current business J. Currently, this falls within the aesthetic recently coined Steampunk.
And most importantly, he can ride a unicycle. Graduated from Pitt with a degree in Computer Science. Served in the Air Force, now in the business world working in IT. Living south of Charlotte, NC, married and raising a family.
This is his first published story. Julie Koenke has spent her professional life immersed in the issues of racism and classism and its impact on public education and community development.
She has come to believe that our sense of place; where we were born, where our ancestors came from or where we currently reside plays a critical role in how we define ourselves, how we perceive one another and how we make decisions about what type of community we want to become. Kulshreshth has bachelors and masters degrees in engineering, and a PhD in management. He works in Singapore. She brings both that tension and sensitivity to the multi-layered dimensions of the recent past to her written work.
She still lives by the water, on the Chesapeake Bay, with her husband Dan. Andrey Kuzmichev is a science writer, born in Russia, settled in the US. His two short stories have recently been published in Bewildering Stories and The Axolotl.
Landis A scientist and science-fiction writer, he also sometimes writes poetry. She lives with her husband and son in Chicago, where she teaches at a Chicago public school. She is particularly interested in how short stories allow us to understand the social inequalities in our culture. LaPierre hails from St. He was born, learned to walk and create. His favorite thing to do is watch, and his second is to paint. Louis uses art to find comfort in the uncomfortable, and a way to cope with the inevitable.
Since his graduation from CVA in Saint Paul in he has adopted a vigorous art practice in a variety of mediums. Grace Lapointe works for a nonprofit organization in the greater Boston area. She is a graduate of Stonehill College.
He has been a librarian, carpenter, hospital aide and janitor. Mike Lary is a New England native and free-range human who spends his time writing fiction and composing music. Robert Laughlin lives in Chico, California.
Laufenberg has been writing for over 30 years and has had over a hundred poems and short stories published in numerous literary magazines and journals, including, but not limited to: He lives with his son Christopher in Bluffton, Ohio. Richard Leach lives in Stamford, CT. He had a long though not lucrative career as a sacred poet, writing words that composers set to music as hymns and anthems. That work is in print from many publishers.
Michele Leavitt a poet and essayist, is also a high-school dropout, hepatitis C survivor, and former trial attorney. Kateema Lee is a Washington, D. She is a Cave Canem graduate fellow. Mary Soon Lee was born and raised in London, but has lived in Pittsburgh for the past twenty years.
She has an antiquated website at marysoonlee. Lehman is a senior lecturer in English at the University of Bridgeport and has had short stories, essays, reviews, and poems published in dozens of journals and magazines, such as Nexus, Hackwriters, Identity Theory, Cause and Effect, Switchback, Umbrella , and Entelechy.
His first book, Bridgeport: Laura LeHew Widely published, her collections include: In her other life Laura owns a computer forensics and network security consulting company.
She edits a small press, Uttered Chaos: Laura knows nothing of gardens or gardening but is well versed in the cultivation of cats. Robert Lietz Over of his poems have appeared in more than one hundred journals in the U. Basfal also published After Business in the West: New and Selected Poems. Erin Liljegren grew up in a small town on the edge of Chicagoland, in between the urban and rural landscapes. The juxtaposition of the city and country environments greatly influenced her work. Erin works in variety of styles and content, but most enjoys focusing on social and political commentaries, environmental issues, pop culture satire, and portraits.
Richard Lind is a history teacher and writer living in Ocala, Florida. His short stories have been published in various online and print magazines. He is currently working on a horror novel. Sandra Lindow After twenty-five years working in a treatment center for emotionally disturbed adolescents, Sandra Lindow is semi-retired and living on a hill in Menomonie, Wisconsin where she plants vegetables and perennials and communes with a twenty-pound rototiller.
Presently she works to prepare education students for their Praxis test. She has six published poetry collections. Touched by the Gods , her most recent, was published in the fall of Her webpage can be found at wfop.
In addition to poems in various magazines, her short fiction has appeared in The Massachusetts Review, the Bellevue Literary Review, and an essay in The Georgia Review. He has two published novels: He is a retired carpenter and lives in Lawrence, KS, with his wife Debra. Now she lives in San Antonio, Texas where she works as a massage therapist and adjunct English Instructor. You can find more of his work at thesubjectivelife.
Bobbie Lovell has a background in visual art, graphic design and print production. She lives in Wisconsin with her two favorite young people. He currently lives in the mountains outside of his hometown of Sweet Home, Oregon where he spends his time between his books and his woodshop.
He can be contacted at jlovik2 gmail. Cierra Lynch is a small, eccentric girl in her eleventh year of schooling. Always writing, she enjoys creating short, meaningful stories set during the second world war. Above all else, Cierra loves to discuss politics. Many people dislike her. She also hates writing about herself. Leon Lynn has worked as a dishwasher, assistant chef, truck driver, oil field hand, printing press operator, newspaper reporter, magazine editor, book editor, website editor and freelance investigator.
He is a longtime resident of Wisconsin, though he will always be a New Yorker. Sean MacKendrick is a computer programmer splitting his time between Colorado and Texas. Keith Madsen is a retired minister who is using his retirement to pursue a lifelong interest in writing fiction.
In addition to writing, he has also done some acting in community theater, having particularly enjoyed playing the roles of Jack C. This background in drama has helped him both with character development and his dramatic touch in writing both short stories and novels.
He was Pushcart-nominated in He is a product of the public education system of California. His Masters thesis was an analysis of Freudian-oriented biographies of Ernest Hemingway of which there are several, Hemingway being big game for psychoanalytic critics. He has published fiction in the new renaissance and The Bitter Oleander. He is married to a native Florentine and has two teenage daughters.
He has three poetry collections: Greg Markee makes a practice of conceptual improvisation. He writes poems in Madison, Wisconsin, and materializes at gregmarkee. He has been published in a variety of literary magazines over the years, with his first book-length publication, For All We Know, coming from Backwaters Press.
He lives in rural eastern Oregon and teaches concurrent enrollment English college comp classes in the reddest of the red states in the West, Idaho. Earlier travels took him to Hiroshima, a place he visits regularly and which lives in him constantly. Steve May thought he was a thinker and a poet way back when life started but ended up with a life surviving one job after another. He finally sold out and learned a trade to make a living.
So much for the writing life he thought he would have; but life is an experience in itself, and if words coming from you can make sense of what life is, then that is the purpose of words. Because the world is a terrible place to live. Joan Mazza has worked as a medical microbiologist, psychotherapist, seminar leader, and has been a Pushcart Prize nominee.
She ran away from the hurricanes of South Florida to be surprised by the earthquakes and tornadoes of rural central Virginia, where she writes poetry and does paper art.
Pacific Poet Laureate Published in anthologies and magazines. Sometimes I write just for fun. He is currently working on two novels. Robby McChargue is a senior at the University of North Florida studying theater, history, and creative writing. His free time is spent finding new creative outlets. McFetridge Iconoclast, philosopher, and occasional drunk G. None of his seven novels will be published any time soon.
Despite being certified as disabled at age 16 with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, she has persevered and has published poetry and prose in many magazines and anthologies on both sides of the Atlantic. Her website, with more poetry and examples of her mediaeval calligraphy, can be found at jenniferamcgowan.
He currently works as a private tutor and spends his free time, when not writing or reading, traveling less than he would like and brooding more than he can help. Stephen Mead is an Outsider multi-media artist and writer. Since the s he's been grateful to many editors for publishing his work in print zines and eventually online. He is also grateful to have managed to keep various day jobs for the Health Insurance. Amanda Abbie Meader was born and raised in Maine, where she returned to practice law after graduating from Cornell Law School in By day Amanda is a staff attorney for a non-profit organization; by night she is the wife of a very patient man and the mother of two ridiculously spoiled Boston Terriers.
Reading and writing infuse her with peace and energy in a way that nothing else can, and she is constantly dreaming up ways to devote more of each day to pursuing her true passion. He lives with his wife in Somerville, MA. Loria Mendoza hails from Austin, Texas, where she learned to keep it weird. She lives in Austin, again. Simon Mermelstein would rather be delicious than authentic.
His literary influences include The Onion, Snow Crash, and the stop sign near his house. Miles lives in Iowa with his wife. Follow him on Twitter at cjmilespoet.
He now lives with his wife Ilse in a retirement community in Lexington, VA. Robert John Miller lives in Chicago.
He is nearly 6 feet tall. More work can be found at bobsoldout. Norman Minnick is only somewhat mysterious, as evidenced by normanminnick. Mitchell splits her time between Michigan and Ohio. You can find her at morethancoins. Alec Moghadam was born on Dec 1st in Tehran, the fifth child of nine. He was five when the entire family moved to a suburb east of Tehran, where the majority of the community was Zoroastrian.
This ancient belief greatly influenced his life. His "planes, trains and automobiles" adventures trying to get from Perdue University to visit his girlfriend in Milwaukee on Christmas Eve, during the Iranian American Embassy hostage crisis of , are what inspired this story. Alec now lives in Los Angeles with his son. Ryan Mohr lives in the N. He is also the chief editor of Floyd County Moonshine, publishing Appalachian-themed short stories and poetry for the most part.
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Likely the only nukes that happen in the US will be from the US, perhaps already in place maybe been in place for years the usurper is not the first NWO thug this nation has seen. You are freaking insane. What da think we will be doing? Watching the mind bending and hypnotizing Obama? Then all of a sudden a Mexican shuts off our tv and bam, they got us. Until then, much must happen.
Will the current action in Syria spread? Will Israel launch a First Strike against Iran? Maybe, but it does not have to be Nibiru to initiate the Changes. The Poles are moving at an accelerated rate. When the Poles move 35 to 40 degrees from its original position when discovered, the tipping point is reached. Rodster, one has to ask themself, why has an EMP never been used against a country before?
Maybe the all powerful, mystical EMP is not as all powerful and mystical as suggested? Its pretty clear, though, it will take out the grid. Know how to conserve power?
In a highly technological society it has more ramifications than an N-Bomb. Stuff you think is vulnerable might not be. The reverse is also true. Also, the same piece of equipment might be burnt out one place and fine a few feet away. That was a long time ago, though. Today an EMP could have a more devastating effect as opposoed to a Nuke going off, because those are more localized. Delays most people do not begin to think of are the true dangers. The Russians have used their EMP technology, and have been very public about it.
That does it Net Ranger! I'm going to buy a large framed picture of Obama staring back at me just like we saw in the movie ''. Pictures of Big Brother everywhere. Paint his lips to circle the hole at the bottom. It would be the only time you pulled the lever that gave meaningful results. No, really, he has done us great favors. Sometimes a good enemy is the best blessing one could ask for.
Years ago my sensibilities were shocked when one of the guys I was working with had a very strange picture hanging on the wall next to his desk.
He would pick his nose and wipe the boogers on the framed board. After several years it contained quite a bit of booger graffiti and was quite disgusting. You know, camera in the eyes, and working eavesdropping in those dumbo ears too! And how do you tell an anti-Communist? If you are interested, below find a link, a great collection of Lenin quotes Read more at http: Prep and prepare you and your families both with stores and a the mental ability to deal with the changing world and what she throws your way…If you are busy with true prep and such the who, what, and why fades to stupidism, and when is not as important…As it should…Just be ready…Then you will be better off….
But later he began to persecute them. His words did not translate into deeds. POTUS is a man just like us, and he got the election and is now driving the most broken runaway bus from the fleet, good points, thats the thing about SHTF, you really never know when or where, Life happens, if you live in tornado alley you might get hit by a tornado some day if you live in florida or the gulf coast or eastern seaboard you might get hit by a hurricaine some day, if you live in a big city you will most likely be exposed to way mor violence than if you live say in Wyoming or somewhere like that, Being ready for ANYTHING is just prudent and something that our just in time system has made obsolete in the eyes of many, when I was a kid having guns and being ready to have your own food and water etc for a month or more was just normal, now people feel like they are cut off if they cant pull up the menu for all the restauraunts in their town.
To take your last words a bit farther, If your busy and prepared as much as possible you can go about the rest of your life without worrying about the details of SHTF and know that no matter what short of life ending circumstances you will be able to eat and get by. Huge load off your head, It really doesnt matter at this point about WW3 or spying or IRS or any of the other crap, that stuff is all just static, not much any of us can do about it, but its fun to sit and rattle the box commenting and reading this stuff rather than watching the tube,.
I post on here but you have to walk a fine line and examine what you post , make no statement that can be officially construed as policy. The ABC agency needed us spent to much money on training they could not fire all of us do not mess with former MIL we got moxy. This is our politically correct hostile workplace atmosphere working for. It sucks , the pay sucks but in this economy money is money , but some things you really do not look away or compromise on.
James Rawles had a disclaimer on his web site about. Mac there are a lot of. Do not be afraid , if you are they have won. We spend too much time perpetuating distrust, we speculate, exaggerate base on fear-mongers who live in a fantasy world. What is scary is that it potentially becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. Think about it people, what would be gained by the government…I think we watch too many apocalyptic movies, and are allowing the content to take over common sense.
When the economy crashed in , guess who profited? Where did it go? The other statistic shows it:. Any fool should realize they want it bad because when its bad for us, its good for them.
The statistics you quote, do not accurately reflect thr realty of the consequences of the crash. I would suggest you do a better job of analyzing the data. Do not accept, verbatim the arguments of those predisposed to bias! The argument that the collapse was manufactured has no basis in fact, it was primarily due to increase in energy costs. Similar percentage increases in all renewable forms of energy. Driven primarily by the exponential growth of the economies of China, India, Brazil and Russia.
This resulted in an increase burden of Trillions of dollars on th US economy. The failure is that Economist, The Fed, and Congress did not see this happening because of the unprecedented speed of the increase. Please study the data objrctively. As I see it…. They just react, kick the can, and retire with a fat pension or go to K Street.
What the fuck does Obama know? This is like a bad dream.. How can the people of this once proud nation be so freaking stupid. And want to turn in our guns! What is this, a mutual suicide pact? I guess these stupid kids will get what they deserve.
Our country is generally a mess no doubt. But the idea that the government is collecting data so that all anti-Obama types will be rounded up is total crap. But oh they whine like little kids every time something happens……. I take care of business.
Government is too big, too stupid, too slow and too inefficient. One drop of blood at a time. We are starting to get a good dose of our own medicine, and it tastes like shit. People like me who have a Turnmaster lathe and a Bridgeport will begin the proces of rebuilding the manufacturing base from the ground up.
We planted a 24 tree orchard and built a huge fenced garden area that includes the grapes and berries. We sunk a second well and added a watt solar system with a shielded inverted for low RF nose pollution. We plant a couple acres of non-gmo soy and corn for seeds to distribute.
With my machine trades background and self-sufficiency I can assure you that at least one of us out here will begin bulding shit again. This happened where I live in Raleigh nc.
WRAL viewers reported hearing multiple loud booms or explosions in Johnston, northwestern Wake, southern Nash and northwestern Wilson counties around 5: I would like to suggest an alternative. I have heard a similar noise during a meteor shower. One in particular made a sizzling or hissing noise. Several people that heard it also mentioned hearing something like this.
The entire house shook. I talked with my parents in Clayton approximately 15 minutes later who are at least 20 miles from here, and they heard it also and their house also shook. I went outside and dogs were barking all around us. I saw nothing that could cause it. We thought someone had crashed into our home! It shook the house like a car had hit the house. All the neighbors came running out. My son lives six miles away and he heard it as well. It was clearly an explosion. The house shook alright — from behind us.
Sounded like a bomb exploding! Everyone in the subdivision came out of their homes to investigate but unsure of the cause. Felt as though a tree had crashed into our house. No smoke, no fallen trees, no car accidents. It sounded like an explosion or crash. Our dogs went crazy. We ran outside only to find nothing but, heard a jet in the distance. We think it was a sonic boom! Not one of the long rolling earthquakes, but a shorter one.
I live in Selma, and we heard the same booms. It emptied every house on our street. Many people came outside to see what was going on. Local volunteer firemen were apparently called to duty, as we saw several of them quickly left the subdivision. We felt the shock while swimming in the neighborhood pool. We saw no smoke or other evidence of fire.
It seemed so close that I thought something had fallen onto the roof. Scared me so bad. Was looking for smoke but saw none. What is going on?!?!?! She ran in talking about it. The sound sound was reminiscent of the sonic boom that occurred when the space shuttle was landing at Edwards Air Force Base a few years ago. We only heard one boom. I know military aircraft fly above frequently and from my military experience it sounded like a sonic boom.
It shook the entire house and neighborhood! Neighbors came outside to ask each other if they felt it and what it was? We heard four loud booms. We did not feel any shaking. Plus the brick house shook. Sounded more like an explosion and felt like an explosion. We heard 1 loud initial boom, followed by another short sharp, louder boom, followed by another longer boom. I ran outside, as did everyone in the neighborhood we could see, thinking a tree had fallen or something had detonated.
We have NO reason to trust. We need to ALL stand behind the brave young people who are exposing us to the truth. It is time to put a stop to those who will lie, cheat and steal to put us all under a boot. Are we going to take back our country or are we going to be soft and spineless?
Are we going to laugh over the graves of the brave men and women who laid down their lives so we could live the good life? If this is the case we deserve what we get. Hand over your weapons and we will take care of you. We have a FEMA camp nearby, that can ensure your safety. The Gov wants the folks to strike.. IF you know what I mean. Does anybody remember Benghazi at this point?
Really makes you wonder what is going on. Appears to me the gov is stoking an atmosphere of confusion, mistrust and bewilderment amongst the citizenry to keep our heads spinning.
But for what is the question…. Nothing to wonder about….. They create the crisis so they can come to the rescue. I would like to be placed on paid administrative leave. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Last day of school is Monday. All we could do is laugh. When the dust settles, no one will be fired. No one will be jailed. No one will loose their pension. Maybe you are self employed due to being fucking nuts?
The 11 year old may have grabbed a girls boobie? Why not ask your funny buddy who calls himself a father? Perhaps if you read the post above talking about an 11 year old getting tossed out of school. Rick supposes it was for a finger gun. Rather than supposing why not ask? Could be his little shit is a pervert. The other comment about the kids dad was in response to laughing when the kid gets tossed. Not how it would have been handled at my house.
Glad to explain but seems like a simple response. OBL was dead years ago, who killed Seal Team 6? Gadaffi was going to dump the dollar. Ah, the Arab Spring. We have no real news media. Please be good enough to read my recent post in the article right before this one as it totally applies here, thank you.
Is this the same guy.. For crying out loud folks.. Hagmann, however is usually correct.. He never gave a date. I recall the original post. And it would slolwy deflate back to less bad and hang out there a while. Long term… fuck it really depends what happens next. To predict what will happen wih gold is to predict what will happen to Earth in that sense. My guess is up. Possibly quite a bit up.
But this guess is not educated,this is flipping a coin. Anyway my point is predicting a downturn in metals was fairly obvious IMO. Just imagine a bunch of commies busting down our doors. I bet every NRA member has at least 1, rounds ready to blaze. They have made it impossible to run a business. Some things are solid. Yeah…we all know about the Jews who turned in their guns.. Funny, I was in a meeting and sitting next to a lesbian dem.
She looked with horror at my NRA mug. See how brainwashed these fucks have become. We are the threat that keeps our country together. Business owners and organizers. We are the real people who run this country. Joining our ranks are the newest members…. Nice black gents, asians, and many other races.
We are already there. We live next to you. Everyday you drive buy our homes…with our hidden armories. Yeah, we keep an eye on the fema camps. What they really are …They are the future cities for Agenda All connected by rail. So even if we ran out of ammo… a car leaf spring cross bow would do the job just as well. The foreign invaders would never see it coming. Just a middle aged rant here. I love being middle aged. Shaved head…I walk by a bunch of punks in the mall and they all get worried looks on their faces.
They know the deal. WOW… Hit it on the head.. I have several ex libtards yunins that I now mentor. They pulled up thier pants, have jobs, and are learning skills.
Some of these young ones do get what is coming and if for anything else but self preservation they are starting to listen. Command Presents and a look em in the eye works very well.
And there lady folk like the fact they are become Men. I think that it is not 10Million but closer to 30 Million. Keep preeping and get ready cuz a shit storm is coming and when the US hits bottom it will take a lot of other counties with it and then the fun begins.
That lesson s probably saved my life on various occasions , being middle age does have its benefits , you gain enought knowledge to be useful. Funny… once the country has been converted to commie-ism…. Thats why this middle aged, liberty minded white guy is slowing down the business and refusing to fund this crap, have actually been told im selfish to not be thinking of the greater good.
What are you going to do? Everyone here seems fed up for years. Gonna type longer, harder, and in all CAPS. That will show the gubberment, fuckers will listen now. I may be old and my back and knees are about gone, but my mind is still there and I remember, do you? Been there done that. Doom and Gloom Doom and Gloom your site is starting to lack any positive stuff!!!!
Really world war when! The collapse is on going. Its the end of the middle class. WW3 will be agains the population…not country against country. If not this year then next year. Just have the Fed stop QE. Then interest rates will go sky high, food stamp cards will fail, and then the chaos will begin. They just want to be fully ready when it happens. When they consider themselves fully ready, watch out. You must eat some good mice. Because the wisdom of your all natural diet greatly shows!
The time is near indeed. Actually, I will be surprised if there is a national election. There is plenty of time for some very serious things to happen. That trend can be observed now. I hope that I can observe the changes rather than being involved because I am a builder not a fighter. Somebody needs to be around to make a try at picking up the pieces.
I think such can only be done on a local basis. Obama is a Muslim. He has members of the Muslim Brotherhood in high places in the administration.
What if the trigger for martial law is having 10, jihadists killing police and government officials, blowing up buildings, starting wildfires, poisoning reservoirs, and committing other acts of terror? There is a whole piece on the links between the muslims and administration on project chesapeake, scarry shit if its true, i am definitely an infidel and will light anybody who crosses me on that subject with fuckin gasoline.
If these assholes want to bring their back asswards dark ages religious crap down on the rest of us they will have the most violent fight in history, free men wont tolerate that backwards crap PERIOD. And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and magnify himself above every god, and shall speak marvellous things against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the indignation be accomplished: Obama is a Muslim?
Are you that retarded? Yes, They will crank up interest rates on variable rate debt to kill the economy. All spending will stop. Barn Cat — I think it could be as little as the food stamp cards not buying the amount of food they are used to getting due to inflation.
This govt will always give the lazy and worthless priority over the working. All those hi tech systems require mountains of support. Drones need more than an operator, etc. Ask the people coming back from the ME. Once every week I have to upload my work computer of private health information to a federal data base link, or I cannot continue with my job. You know some federal fuck has programmed in a file scanner to flag email and posts with this phrase.
Like what your saying, if enough people would do it. Might could be an irritation to those prying eyes just not sure with a system that stores 3 billion ph.
As I said in a post or so ago… I see this every week… They are preping… You best be to… Stay low and be ready…. And now you see the state of things when you take the level headed middle aged men out of the equation. All hell will break loose. See what you get! Let it all collapse. Some African Americans saw the Revolution as a fight for justice, but their own liberty and freedom from slavery. Are they not ourselves? Is it feared, then, that we shall turn our arms each man against his own bosom?
Congress shall have no power to disarm the militia. Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birthright of an American … The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the People.
Let them take arms…the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure. A good place to start NOW!
So pray and ask God for help and guidance and to stop infiltrators …it works! There are plenty of Judas-Goats. Remember King David and how he survived in the wilderness…Saul never touched him. Faith is the key.
Be moral, be upright and especially be God fearing! A good sense of humor helps get rid of cobwebs.
We are going to face perverts, fairies, psychopaths.. As long as they have fairy land behind them they act tough…lets see how they hold up? America is not Russia or Germany and great men have given much so that you and I could stand against tyranny.
We are not fascists either! Could not have said that better myself. You are a clear minded thinker. Wish you were my next-door neighbor. We are neighbors in the spirit. Truthfully my post goes over the heads of most people. Without training and organization people just do not realize you have nothing but a rabble and your safer to keep your distance from them.
If God be fore us who can be against us…the glory to be revealed in the sons. I have never seen them prior to the last couple of weeks. Now I see them daily and two are parked at the eastern edge of the facility. KC traffic has skyrocketed in the last few weeks also. Used to be you would see one to two a day, now I see a day. Many believe these to be for use in a martial law situation…but I wonder if perhaps they are just gearing up for war in the mid-east.
I remember back in when they were preparing for the first gulf war, and seeing hundreds of tanks and trucks on rail cars just west of San Bernardino, CA…. I am 10 minutes of Fort Campbell, as a crow flies.
I have heard 3 choppers in 10 minutes and that is unusual. They were actually low and very fast; another fact that is NOT typical of them. Yes, all in the same flight path—I watched each time from my porch…as I said, they were low and fast and got my attention. A lot of that hardware could be returning from Iraq, DOD had massive quantities of machinery over there, i remember reading somewhere a couple years ago that the demobilization would take years.
How many thousands of tons of vehicles and equipment does a single battalion in Iraq have to transport home? Cost too much to haul it back. And buy new stuff. Keeps the economy going. After all, the only manufacturing not offshored yet is military hardware.
Get real… take a deep breath, pinch yourself, slap your face, shake your jaws and say to yourself… They are just moving stuff around like they have been doing for decades. I lived in S. During that time…the ONLY time I saw hundreds of military vehicles on railcars was the build up to the first gulf war.
But this was above and beyond normal traffic. Observations of large numbers of military vehicles being transported around the country are reflecting the observations of a lot of people. There have been training flights of Fs and Ospreys in northeastern NC lately. I watch the signs. Prepare accordingly and try to warn like-minded people.
Sounds like you have a water problem. You should be able to put in a well. I have the drill point, drop weight, and pipe to put in another well if I need to. There are lots of videos online that show various ways to dig wells. If I drill another well, it will be inside my greenhouse or another building.
If you have to fight, do not fear death. We will all die one day, so fight skillfully and bravely! And if it is to be that you die, then at least meet your God nobly and with pride. Meet him as the proud warrior that you were, not as the sniveling coward like so many are.
Nobody lives forever-get over it. Die like a man. All war depends on it. Is the day we see it! In the mean time more guns, ammo and body armor. Looking for a party! Goddamn, look at all the gear and wanna be warriors that come out of the woodwork for every little event. No fun having all that hardware and not using it! My fury at, and seemingly isolated recognition of, the outright fascism of the current democrats, and the compliance of wimpy Republicans , and their obvious, infernal, intention to seize power, un-bothered by mere Constitutionality has left me frustrated and feeling sick to my stomach.
Watchman, My fury increases by the day, as I see The Fundamental Transformation taking place, now, in our face. Rush Limbaugh has now called it what it is…. He made a good point… did you know that there was never any paper work, or smoking gun, that Hitler ordered the Holocaust?
So we, must see for them. But this… is; an Information Meta-Coup. He was born on January 25, , in Shepperton, England. His father was French and his mother was Scottish. Soviet forces occupied Auschwitz on January 27, What they found there was so contrary to what had been spread by propaganda that one may imagine they were left with mouths agape. On the 1st of February, Pravda broke its silence, but only to put the following words in the mouth of a single prisoner:. The Hitlerites killed the children and the ill by means of gas, as well as the men and women who were unfit for work.
They cremated the cadavers in special furnaces. There were twelve of these furnaces in the camp. Soviet propaganda was in disarray, and in its newsreels could show only the dead or dying whom the Germans had left behind in their retreat. Jewish propaganda then came to the aid of Soviet propaganda.
In the spring of , two Jewish escapees from Auschwitz had found refuge in Slovakia. Their highly fanciful story then spread, always by way of Jewish circles, into Hungary, Switzerland, and finally to the United States. It took the form of a typewritten report published in the United States in November of by the War Refugee Board, under the official stamp of President Roosevelt.
An execution gassing is not to be confused with a suicidal or accidental gassing: Zyklon B is an insecticide with a hydrocyanic acid base that has been widely used since , and is still in use today. It is extremely dangerous. It adheres to surfaces. It is difficult to dispel. In a few states in the USA, hydrogen cyanide gas is used to execute prisoners who have been condemned to death.
An execution gas chamber is necessarily very sophisticated, and the procedure is protracted and dangerous. No one could have gone into an ocean of hydrocyanic acid like that and handled thousands of cyanide-contaminated corpses, which were untouchable because they were impregnated with a highly lethal poison that can kill on contact.
There I found no physical representation of the magical gas chamber. On that occasion I reminded Berenbaum of some events that had been disastrous for the exterminationist cause:. In , the American Jewish historian Arno Mayer, albeit while asserting his belief in the genocide and in the gas chambers, wrote: In , Pressac estimated the number of deaths at Auschwitz Jews and non-Jews at a total of ,, and, then, in , at a figure somewhere between , and , Until the beginning of any visitor to Auschwitz could see, inscribed in 19 different languages on 19 metal plaques on the large monument of Birkenau, words proclaiming that four million people had died in the camp.
Elie Wiesel, in his autobiographical testimony Night, published in , does not mention the gas chambers of Auschwitz even once.
He says that the Jews were exterminated in huge fires or in crematory furnaces! In January of the Germans gave him and his father as well the choice of leaving for the heart of Germany with them or of waiting on the spot for the Soviets. All this is clearly spelled out in Night, and needs only to be read with attention. La Nuit, editions de Minuit, , pp. Embarrassed about the gas chambers, Wiesel wrote in his memoir: Knopf, , p.
During the First World War the Allies accused the Germans of using churches as gas chambers and of operating cadaver factories. This same paper reported similar charges during the Second World War. Historians, Professors, Teachers, Concerned for Truth writers. Treat Yourself to some Facts and Truth for a Change eh! Mark Weber was born in in Portland, Oregon, where he was also raised.
Since the end of World War II, authoritative claims about the character and scope of killings at the Auschwitz concentration camp have changed drastically. At the postwar International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg — , the victorious Allied powers charged that the Germans exterminated four million people at Auschwitz. This figure, which was given in a report produced by a Soviet government commission, was uncritically accepted for many years, and often appeared in major American newspapers and magazines Soviet Comm.
In his Osteuropa article, Meyer writes that Gerald Reitlinger, a prominent Jewish specialist of this subject, estimated in his book The Final Solution, that a total of one million people perished in Auschwitz. Until , notes Meyer, it was forbidden in eastern Europe to dispute the official finding that four million were killed at Auschwitz.
At the Auschwitz State Museum, staff members who expressed doubts about this figure were threatened with disciplinary measures. In Israeli Holocaust historian Yehuda Bauer said that it is time to finally acknowledge that the familiar four million figure is a deliberate myth. Franciszek Piper, director of the Auschwitz State Museum, in an essay published in a semi-official American anthology, put the number of Auschwitz victims at 1.
In a detailed essay, Prof. So far, anyway, no public outcry has arisen against Dr. Broszat, who consciously falsified an important historical document, or against the prestigious scholarly institute he directed. Similarly, no one has yet apologized for this deception — or even demanded that an apology be made. Because of Fear Jews will lable them antisemitenaziswhowanttokillsixmillionMorejews, and Racists too! It was also reprinted in: On epidemics at Auschwitz, see: You are not alone Brother, i never thought i would end up here either, but there is no way in hell i will be dictated to about what sort of health care i receive, lightbulb i spark or car i drive, and no way in hell i will allow anyone to disarm me.
I used to work in my garden and it was buzzing. I think they put something in the chemtrails…. Crash the dollar, then crash the food supply. The plan is mass extermination via starvation on a global scale. If you have a food stockpile…. Dollar crash Market crash No bees and no food Crop failure Chemtrails spraying the hot stuff. Then an engineered pandemic with shots to kill you. Funny thought… all the dems are not preppers..
I heard one guy bosting.. Lots of ticks though. No crickets any longer. No Japanese beetle bugs. One fly so far this year—just one!! No bees—so far, only one bumble bee. I saw the first yellow jacket of summer on 28 May. Fortunately it was outside the window. Have seen few flying insects or birds. Smaller than my little finger, tail included.
Have spotted no six-legged political vermin, to my immense relief. I frequently walk in the early evening along a trail in a local park…. Back in the s we had a plague of toads. There were thousands, all less than an inch long. Most of them died or were eaten by birds. Major transport bases for Air Force.
Millions of people killed??!! I think this one will be bigger and it will be billions and not millions. Hell if we have to sacrifice like we did in WW2 there will be millions killed here at home when they can not get there free food stamps, cable tv and obama phones. You just do well and insulate yourself from the other 7b idiots.
What do you expect…there will be fuckups. I have about 25 years left.. I prepped up in All the minorities are in charge now and liberal dems. Not one of these people ever built a business over decades from the ground up.
My plan… Keep stocking silver. I have an ocean of tools. When my kid gets married and cannot find a job.. The guy upstairs has been paying rent for years. Bought me a nice car. He will also pay to send my kid to college.
Fuck single family homes. That way…you become the illuminati. So stop worrying about shit and create your own rental slaves for yourself. Be it capitalism or communism…. Yes, when you see the little yellow flowers, flick them gently with your finger. I do that when I go in the greenhouse to water. We have green tomatoes, so guess it works. Their kids get ahead of us when they are the bosses.
Hate grows easily in the soil of resentment. America has about million people. Yes, the Pale Green Horse will crush Europe, it already is. I think when we see Prince Charles convert to Islam, you will have your sign.
Did you know, in the ancient gamatria, the number of his name, in both English and Hebrew, is;. The Declaration authorizes the people to abolish a destructive government and promulgate a new one more representative of the people. At this point, the founding fathers would expect the people to engage in rebellion against the criminal government in DC. It was very captivating and very provoking which makes me wonder if it is fiction.
I found it too entertaining to be realistic. The main points are all reasonable: The government will persecute enemies of the state 3. The internet will be censored. World War 3 is coming. The government could easily plant people within the march. They could shoot at police and then get away.
The marchers would be fired upon by police. They would shoot back. That would give Obama a perfect cover to ban guns.
Thus forming an effective Freeman Patriot Militia Company. Estimated number of Freeman Patriots 50 — 80 per an effective operational mobile Freeman Militia Company.
Have you tried putting together a Fire Team? Not as easy as you think and I have been working on it for sometime. To be effective is to be one on all levels. Ammo, web gear, same caliber weapons and weapons training, first aid, survival knowledge, concealment, tactical and the list goes on. We know the lay of the land as we grew up here. Hunted together and most have kinfolk within a few miles of each other. We are running a slow country mile and I await the parabolic learning curve.
Its too far away. They would have to move wash DC up here to Northern Idaho….. They probably wouldnt have a very friendly reception. I have been reading articles similar to this for two years. I read this article like the others. And like the others wonder if this is some how finally it. Something is coming soon; I can feel it. Manipulation of the market and false data such as the true unemployment figures ect… they have been able to delay the inevitable.
Given the fact that it has now been quietly confirmed by government sources that no Boeing struck the Pentagon on , we can confidently give some serious credence to this deep cover DHS revelation.
It happened,I saw it happen! If it was a hologram,it was a damn real one! Keep an extra inverter tucked away with your extra electronics. The man who installed our system said that the inverter is what would get fried.
I do not know about anyone else, but more power to them if they are going to get past God if or when they come for me.
I do not make this as an idle statement, I have walked away from enough life ending situations to know my destiny and life are safe until he says different. And if the day comes when the unreasonable men show up I only ask one thing, to be above and behind the enemy. And then NWO U. Same conflict, same players….
If this becomes a hundred year war there will be less people left than in the Mad Max movies, or other post apocalyptic movies. Eventually someone is going to let a couple or more nukes lose, and then it will be game over for the civilization.
Containment is ONLY possible if one of the major nuclear powers is not hit. God intervenes at the end of the 7 year Tribulation. These are the same morons who tie themselves to the Zionists and have allowed dual citizens to destroy this country.
Your type will never stand in these last days because you have a misdirected understanding of truth and you pour out your swill to those who are truly trying to get tuned into Jesus. Go and listen to your pillow prophets till the shtf. What the hell do you think the world is and has been experiencing for the past years, a picnic?
Good luck with that one. Do you know who created you? No, I have not met him on the street either. You can just travel along with your Pagan thinking that you are bigger and better than God and that the Bible does not pertain to everyone smarter than a fifth grader. With a comment like yours I will forgo chapter and verse. You are on your own. May God be with you.
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