Monthly Archives: July 2015


Carpe Diem With Dr Julianne Cooper WSMN 1590

Julianne Cooper, Founder, Liberty Harbor Academy, New Hampshire

Rage Against The Machine: Know Your Enemy

Know Your Enemy: A Primer on Islamic Jihad

KURDISTAN: The Kurds are loyal allies. At our encouragement, they rose up against Saddam Hussein after Desert Storm. They are likely the largest ethnic group in the world without a country. Millions of Kurds live in Iraq, Syria, Turkey, and Iran. They have for years demonstrated their willingness to defend themselves. We should directly arm the Kurds with all the weapons and supplies they can use and send our special forces to them on the ground. The Kurds will not go into Baghdad or Damascus because they have no civilian population base there to support them. They will push ISIS out of Iraq, with the help of many Sunni Iraqis, and they will provide one jaw of the vise that will crush ISIS. An independent Kurdistan is likely to be the result. A perpetual ally replacing the ISIS caliphate would be strategically priceless.

What do they have in common?



“Radical Islamists, have brought the fight right here to the Red, White and Blue and it’s about time we bring it to them. Full force. Let’s show them what the U.S. of A looks like up close and personal. Show ’em what a B1 bomber looks like flying overhead. Show ’em what they’re messing with. Put the fear of OUR God in their desert. Because clearly our lack of strategy isn’t working..”



A COLD CASE …. (Heath Campbell)

Interesting subject That I can ‘t let pass.

Where is the Limit ? where it’s reality where is fantasy and where plank serious.

The Nazi Outfit is more something that you find in a Theatre costumes, than what was wearing during the War. If to be situated, it be from the Wehrmacht  (Regular Army) and not SS or Gestapo. Don’t know if it is a choice, but at the end of War American Troops did shot without questions any SS brand Uniform which did bring many to change to a Wehrmacht Clothing and receive a Geneva Convention treatment. So to get his clothing doesn’t fit and is probably home made. There is a Passion here, like hearing in the background Hitler Speeches.

The Names given by those Parents To Their Kids, will be hard to carry during a full life time.

But Adolf as well as Adolph (e) is a common name, still today in Germany – Austria – Switzerland. But to name his Son Adolf Hitler..that’s too much I think, for the Girl Aryan Nation is totally nuts, why not “kitchen table”.. “Credit Card” (I never travel without) sure not be forgotten in a shop or other.

Is Freedom allow such thing to happen ? Well if you take away WWII and stick to a Fantasy, I know Star Wars fan, Who live a Star Wars Life I don’t think they did go until Chewbacca but Leia or Leia Organa that I know and I spare you Star Trek or who might get (give) something else, create a new world where no neighbour has been before, your own stuff, your Private Idaho.

Well to take a baby just born from the Hospital, must have been a shock, what they did save is may be an Eva Braun or an  Hanna Reitsch. I feel that the Government went a bit too far here, totally inhuman !

And yes, I am gonna speak about Islam (the history of the name they give to their children base on Genocide, Terrorism…) The Hate They Told Them About The Jews… Do New Jersey Take Their Kids Too ??

And this is not Sci-Fi Convention, but The Invasion of Your Neiborough, It’s No Idaho but Michigan.


Father shows up to family court hearing wearing Nazi uniform

Heath Campbell entered a New Jersey courthouse Monday dressed in a full Nazi uniform, donning a trimmed mustache reminiscent of Adolf Hitler — the man he named his firstborn child after.

Fascist statement: Heath Campbell, 40, appeared at a New Jersey court today to try to reclaim custody of his children, wearing full Nazi regalia and accompanied by fellow Nazi Bethanie White


Yello – Otto Di Catania



US President Reagan On Shah Of Iran – Told You So

US President Reagan On Shah Of Iran – Told You So

I am an Islamophobe George Garbow

I Am An Islamophobe

Wilhem Arrow : Ringing a Bell ?


Anita Ward – “Ring My Bell” 1979


Mike Oldfield – Tubular Bells – 1973 – Original

AC/DC – Hells Bells

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – The Road To Babylon (1976)



Your moment has come, Mr Tsipras, take back control of your country – UKIP leader Nigel Farage

Your moment has come, Mr Tsipras, take back control of your country –

UKIP leader Nigel Farage   8 july 2015


Map of Grèce

Switzerland Deems it Necessary to Initiate ‘..How to Use a Toilet..’ Campaign for Muslim Tourists


Music can change the world, because it can change people.

Kurdistan Flag held by a kurd

Kurdish pop-sensation Helly Luv filmed her latest music video on the front lines against ISIS and spoke about her dream for an independent Kurdistan.

Helly Luv was born Helan Abdulla in Urmia, Kurdish Iran, in 1988. Her family moved to Finland, where the young Helan won a scholarship to the best dance school in Finland and won a contract with NIKE Women. At the age of 18, she moved to America to pursue a music career, and at the end of 2013, she released her breakthrough hit “Risk It All.”

She received death threats for the controvertial music video but remained defiant, releasing “Revolution” in 2015.

Helan also runs an animal charity called Luv House, to protect animals in Kurdistan.

She graciously agreed to speak with Clarion Project Research Fellow Elliot Friedland about her life, her music and her passion for Kurdistan and the battle against the Islamic State.

Clarion Project: Since you were born in 1988, the Middle East has been mired in conflict. How has being connected to this near-constant violence affected you personally?

Helly Luv: Well the first thing that effected me was that my family had to escaped from our home, from our land and start a new life in a unknown country.  Growing up in Europe, I always knew and felt that I was different from other kids, and that I was a immigrant and home was somewhere else.

Screenshot from 'Risk it All' music video.

Screenshot from ‘Risk it All’ music video.

Clarion Project: In the video for your hit single “Risk It All,” you say, “This video was inspired by my strong, beautiful Kurdish people who never stop fighting for our country and independence.”

How do you see your part in the struggle for an independent Kurdistan? What does that dream look like to you?

Luv: All us Kurds, we share the same dream of a free, independent Kurdistan. We are the largest nation without our own country, and I feel like it’s my duty as a artist to fight for it.

Maybe my weapon won’t be the gun, but I have a voice and I can send the message to other millions of people who don’t know the struggle of the Kurdish people.

Watch “Risk it All”:

Clarion: How to you maintain your connection to Kurdistan while living in America? What do you love most about Kurdish culture?

Luv: I travel a lot because of my work, but I try to visit Kurdistan often. What I love about Kurdistan most is the hospitality. You can find even the poorest person in Kurdistan, but he will offer you his last meal.

Screenshot from 'Revolution' music video.

Screenshot from ‘Revolution’ music video.

Clarion: Let’s talk about your latest song “Revolution.” What inspired you to make it?

Luv: When this war first happened with ISIS, I wanted to fight and protect Kurdistan. I also wanted the whole world to know what was going on in Kurdistan.

I could have shot this music video in Hollywood, Los Angeles, where I live, but I wanted to show the true face of the war, so I had no other options then to go to the war area and shoot everything there.

We were about three km away from the ISIS militants and all the people escaping in the video are real victims of ISIS. The tanks and weapons are all real and, of course, the Peshmargas are real soldiers.

The video is very violent,but it’s the truth. It’s the real story of Kurdistan fighting against ISIS.

Screenshot form 'Revolution' music video

Screenshot form ‘Revolution’ music video

Clarion: Did you get to meet and speak with any Peshmerga fighters while you were filming “Revolution” in Iraq? What was the morale of the people like there?

Luv: What touched me was seeing these ordinary people, male and females, simply just walking past us carrying their weapons and going to the last outpost and fight against ISIS, without any kind of military training or even good weapons.

They were there night and day, through rain, cold, heat and many of them didn’t return. Seeing that broke my heart to pieces every time.

Many times we had to cancel and leave the filming locations because the war started to take over and the bullets were flying too close to us.

Even in the war zone, the Peshmargas kept their strong positive energy. Talking to them made us feel safe because they were so confident. The only thing they would complain about was wanting more powerful weapons.

Kurdish Peshmerga firing on Islamic State positions

Kurdish Peshmerga firing on Islamic State positions

Clarion: You have received death threats from Islamist groups for perceived infractions of modesty. How do you deal with that? What message do you have for those trying to silence you?

Luv: Yes it is also true, I have been on their “most-wanted” list, but I believe anyone would be listed there wanting for freedom, peace and justice.

The death threats come mostly from social media, but I don’t listen to them. I want this war to stop, and I want peace for my country. If I can get the message out to other millions of people who probably don’t know what is going on here, especially the young generations, I accept putting my life at risk for my country and people.

To me it is an honor and privilege, because it means I am as powerful as their weapons.

My message to them is very clear, they can just look at the video 🙂

Copyright: Helly Luv

Copyright: Helly Luv

Clarion: How can people from around the world best support the Kurdish struggle?

Luv: The  most important think is to not close your eyes to these events and think that its not affecting you because you’re not living in that country. As long as there are wars and terrorist groups like ISIS, we are all in danger.

Kurdistan has 1.8 million refugees at the moment, and there are donations you can make to organizations, or you can start your own donations.

Social media has huge power, you can send one message to whole world through one click. Some people think sharing subjects like this on social media doesn’t have a power, but it does more then you think.

Clarion: Lastly, what is it about music and dance that you feel has such a positive power it can change the world?

Luv: Music and dance has power, and through music the world can hear the voice of millions of other people. If music goes against evil, it might not be as loud as a weapon, but music will live forever.

Music can change the world, because it can change people.

HELLITE ELITE, Lies, Lies, Lies !

(Translated by Google)

Your trial is known are unfounded
In your camps we know is removed without gloves
She said the elite of civilized nations
She could wear without any discomfort swastika
It is the policy of protecting people
Their literary thoughts of their songs
She says it is based on the spirit of freedom
It only perjure treaties already signed
The elite came without warning
Before his tanks you were only ideas
Strengthen friendship proclaim your slogans
Friendship enclosing appointed people dissidents

She was shocked by seeing this genocide
She fought and defeated every murder
The only lesson she knew draw
This is to fund police states

TACTICS, Same As Bashar Al Assad, and may be later for the King of Jordan.
The recipe is simple : Create unrest, Police come to restore peace, Police use force, those who create unrest are innocent victims. The World condemn the leader of the country, the king, president got to leave..
without the CIA there never be an ayatollah..or the unleashed of The Religion of Peace

it’s a boomerang for the US, same thing with Ben Laden, and the mess of Today.

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