Yes Virginia, There are Crazy Conservatives all over the world! – Kuwaiti’s resort to Electronic “GAYDAR” to stop Homosexuality

“A senior Kuwaiti health official has plans to test out the country’s “gaydar.”

Yousuf Mindkar, the director of public health at the Kuwaiti health ministry, told Al Rai that he wants to use a “gay detector test” to keep LGBT expatriates out of Kuwait and other Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC).

“We will take stricter measures that will help us detect gays,” he said in a translation provided by Gulf News.”*

Is Anonymous Targeting the Israeli Government in their newest message? (w/video)

To the government of the state of Israel.

We are Anonymous.

For two long we have tolerated your crimes against humanity and allowed your sins to go unpunished.

Through the use of media deception and political bribery, you have amassed the sympothies of many. You claim to be democratic, yet in reality this is far from the truth, in fact your only goal is to better the lives of a select few while carelessly trampling the liberties of the masses. We see through the propaganda that you circulate through the main stream media and lobby through the political establishment.

Your Zionist bigotry has displaced and killed a great many. As the world weeps you laugh while planning your next attack. All of this is done under the veil of peace but so long as your regime exists peace shall be hindered.

You label all who refuse to comply with your superstitious demands as anti semetic. And have taken steps to ensure a nuclear holocaust. You are unworthy to exist in your current form. and will therefore face the wrath of anonymous. Your empire lacks legitimacy and because of this you must govern behind a curtain of deceit. We will not allow you to attack a sovereign country based upon a campaign of lies. Your grip over humanity will weaken and man will be closer to freedom.

But before this is accomplished the people of this world will rise against you and renounce you in all your worth. Our crusade against your reign of terror shall commence in 3 steps.

Step one will be initiated after the release of this video and will be comprised of systematically removing you from the internet.

Step two will be later disclosed and is already in initiation. And as for step 3, well think of this one as a present from Anonymous to you. We will not stop untill the police state becomes a free state.

We are anonymous.

We are legion.

We do not forgive.

We do not forget.

Israeli government; Expect us!

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“Power to The People!” – Actor Danny Glover speaks @ Occupy Oakland (Full Transcript and Video)

Actor/Activist/Occupier Danny Glover

Actor/Activist/Occupier Danny Glover has been a beloved figure in America for many years.  But after a few years out of the limelight, Mr. Glover re-emerges with a powerful moving speech at Occupy Oakland.  Here is the Full Transcript and Video of that speech…  it is a must see, for all who OCCUPY!

Actor/Activist/Occupier Danny Glover  @ Occupy Oakland

(Actor and civil rights activist) Ozzie Davis used to say when asked why he was where he was at that moment in time, he said he was there because it is the right moment to be there and the right time to be there. We’re here because it is the right time to be here.

We’re tired and sick, and tired of being sick and tired. That’s why we’re here.

Not only are we talking about taking back our government — taking back a democracy and making it a democracy — but we’re here because we’re talking about taking back our humanity. Taking back our humanity, right now here. That’s why we’re here.

We have a crisis here. But in a crisis there are challenges and opportunities. We’re here because we are taking up the challenge and the opportunity. We support something that is happening not only here in Oakland — it’s happening in more than 500 cities around the world.

Actor/Activist/Occupier Danny Glover speaks @ Occupy Oakland Full Video of Speech

It’s happening with young people. It’s happening in Chile. It’s happening in the Middle East. It’s happening on Wall Street. And it’s about the same thing. We have to take back the world. We have to take back this precious planet: it’s ours.

And what does it look like? We don’t know what it looks like. We know there are going to be challenges and there will be challenges. But at the same time as we know there are challenges, we know that it’s not a weekend parley.

It means we have to be on the job 24/7: working and organising. Many men and women are here who come from various organisations, who come from labour: we know what has happened to labour.

Eighty-eight percent of the workforce is not represented. Eighty-eight percent in a modern society: That’s unconscionable. Eighty-eight percent who don’t have a way in which they can collectively bargain. That’s what we’re talking about.

We’re talking about 45% of the men and women — people who have been unemployed or underemployed for more than four years. That’s what we’re talking about.

We have to find something. So it has to be more than simply jobs, although we know that labour does its best work when it fights for jobs and better wages and better conditions in the workplace. We know that it does that.

But it has to be a reimagining and a rethinking of what we mean by democracy. It has to be a reimagining and a rethinking of what we mean by work. It has to be a reimagining and a rethinking about what we mean by education.

And importantly, what it means to be a human being. What does it mean to be a human being? What does it mean to be a human in the 21st century? That’s what we’re talking about.

That is what we mean by [saying] it’s not simply a revolution. It has to be a revolution, an evolution and a transformation. We have to be the change that we want to see.

Are we willing to stand up for that? Are we willing to stand up for that? [Crowd applause.] Are we willing to stand up for that, young and old?

It’s not only taking back our democracy. We have to remake it. We have to transform it. We have to build something better than that. That’s what we have to do.

It’s let us down. It’s failed us. It’s failed us in our homes. It’s failed us in our communities. It’s failed us state by state. But it’s also failed this fragile planet we live on. This fragile mother Earth, which nourished us. It’s failed that too.

We are right on the precipice of ecological collapse. And yet it goes on, [they] talk about growth and development and growth and growth and making more money.

Transforming a common place into private property and private wealth. It keeps doing that, and we have to change that.

And we have to be here tomorrow, the next day, the day after tomorrow and the tomorrows after tomorrow. And not only to change it, but to ensure that its transformation is institutionalised.

Yes, there’s a transformation into countries controlled by corporations, [which has] been institutionalised. We have to take it back and transform it into one that is for the people, by the people, that works on behalf of the people and that works on behalf of the planet.

We’re here to do that. We’re not going to do anything short of that. It’s going to take all of us. All of us across the spectrum: young, old, black, white, gay, straight, all of us.

Let America be America again. The dream used to be: let it be the place where every man is free. Let it be the dream it used to be. Let’s try to transform it into the new dream.

Let’s transform it into what our dear, beloved brother Dr [Martin Luther] King called “the beloved community”.

Let’s transform it so people matter more than things. People have to matter. This whole process of 65,000 years of human evolution: people have to matter.

We can develop all the technology, but we’ve still lost the bond that people are what matters …

The native American belief says not only [to] care about what the planet looks like right now, but what the planet looks like seven generations from now. We have to care about that.

We’re going to even have to think about “what do I want” as opposed to “what do I need”. We have to recalibrate in our minds what are needs and what are wants.

These are the things that we have to do. But that is the embodiment of our own transformation. That’s the embodiment of our own evolution. This is what this is about.

All this is right now. What it’s going to look like, I don’t know. I don’t have a crystal ball and none of us out here have a crystal ball. But we work at something and we know, given our strength and based on our faith in humanity, that something else is going to happen.

Power to people!