Saturday, February 14, 2009

Mixed Music

These are two mixes I have recently done and put up onto youtube. This is something I do in my spare time simply for the enjoyment of the music.

Here are a few mixes from a friend of mine. He is more experienced with the process and I believe has a lot of talent with what he does. He is also the person that got me into mixing as a hobby.


Friday, February 13, 2009

F*** Media

It is true, there is no such thing as freedom of speech. First a rabbi, an Israeli speaking the truth, well should I say attempting to.

Here is him getting a better chance to speak his mind... You'll notice the last word the reporter says is Fear...

Here is another video of a Rally in Washington in which several people protesting against the War were arrested for reading the 1st amendment of the Constitution, which is Freedom of Speech. Alex Jones was the man with the camera.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

God and I

I believe in God, because there is way too much on this one single planet that is so perfect yet at the same time so imperfect, let alone throughout the vast universe (we only know so little about), for there to be an implication that there is not something greater and bigger than it all. I believe in the conceptof evolution, but in how I see it, more logical terms. Rather than us once being tiny, microscopic organisms that some how developed into what each and everyone of us are individually, it seems that we were created with specific, detailed and immeasurable features to go along with the characteristics and original ethos, psychology and perspectives that we decide on, based on our own individual experiences. Over the centuries that have passed we have adapted and evolved as according to the necessities of earth and it's extensive requirements.

Life is too complex for us to be randomly placed on one planet amongst a massive and constantly growing universe. We are able to think freely, to imagine and create, to feel and understand. We have already created so much thus far, although the majority of it is production of harm amongst ourselves rather than advancement with what we are given. It's a sad reality we must face, but boldly stated our world leaders are ridiculous and ludicrous in their attempts of "leading" us anywhere congenially logical, rather we constantly face fear. That is their attainment for us; destruction, genocides, war, murder.

Corruption lay beside us, yet we face away. I believe in the Bible as a book of guidelines as directed from God to us as the people residing on earth. I believe, as most of history has been, the Bible has been corrupted and tainted as to keep the ordained aspect of fear constantly in tact and the difference factor justifiable. There are several good elements on living life morally(which with consciousness feels right and generally speaking leads to happiness) in the Bible, just as there are in the Qur'an. Regardless, the religious appearance is debauched, flawed, and I am giving an example; religion is the major cause of war throughout history, which conflicts with its message of peace and love. We are all placed here searchingfor a greater purpose, given the ability to achieve and accomplish. I believe it was a greater being, such as God, who placed us here. This is just my opinion.

My recent playlist

Here's a list of my current ten favorite tracks. They are in no particular order, just recent songs I've been listening to and enjoying, each for their own reasons. Music is amazing and inspirational. I hope you enjoy these songs.

Markus Schulz ft. Departure - Cause You Know (Nic Chagall remix)

Armin van Buuren ft Jaren - Unforgiveable

Collie Buddz ft Young Berg - I Do It Better

Vybz Kartel - Last Man Standing

Busy Signal - Unknown Number

Agnelli & Nelson ft. Audrey Gallagher - Holding On To Nothing (Paul Van Dyk Mix)

Chris Lake ft Laura V - Changes (Dirty South remix)

Moussa Clark & Terrafunka - She Wants Him (Blake Jarrell's remix)

Collie Buddz ft Paul Wall - What A Feeling

Collie Buddz - Blind To You

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Stephen Colbert vs George W Bush

I know its old but I thought this was very funny, and also very factual. I have much respect for Stephen Colbert. Enjoy!

There is also a rumor that First Lady Laura Bush told Colbert to F**k off.

This was also good, Stephen Colbert on the O'Rielly Factor.

Jimmy Carter on Larry King Live

Earlier this evening I was watching Larry King Live speak with former President Jummy Carter about Barack Obama and his book "We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land."
During this interview there were some interesting moments, especially during the discussion of the current Palestine and Israeli cinflict.

King asked Carter about the Israeli retaliation and Carter responded that it might have been prevented if the Israeli government were to allow proper amounts of food, water, oil and medicine to be given to the Palestinian people. King then said that there was an Israeli civilian killed. Carter responded very sincerely that there was no need for any violence but in that year there was one, single Israeli civilian killed compaing to an average of 49 Palestinian civilian deaths per month during that very same year. He also stated that there were 22,000 Palestinian buildings destroyed since that one Israeli civilain was killed.

The next question that King asked was of pure ignorance, "If Atlanta was bombed, wouldn't there be reason to retaliate." My question is, how does a random American city being randomly bombed compare to a state under knowledgeable oppression without proper rations or any form of freedom who loses an average of 49 civilians per month who had some angry citizens or whoever decide to send a missle which kills 1 civilian. Since that one Israeli civilian died there have been many more Palestinian civilian deaths. Carter simply replied again about the current situation the Israeli government is leaving Palestine and its people under; lacking everything essential to life.

Carter stated that the United States "is the key" to bringing peace between Palestine and Israel, especialy considering the $10 million US aid money Israel receives from them per day. King asked Carter if he trusts Hamas and Carter responded "I trust what they are trying to accomplish" further stating he met with them twice and each time the only thing they requested was "that the gates be opened for food, water, and medicine."

It is very possible that Carter is right about the United States pull on the Israeli-Palestine conflict. He gave good praise towards George Mitchell, the special envoy to the Middle East as appointed by Obama. Mitchell's mother was Arab and he considers himself to be Arab-American. Let's hope that Obama isn't a puppet, although his face after his inauguration doesn't look so promising.

King, after his mention of the Israeli attacks on the U.N. school and mosques, asked Carter for his opinion, Carter said that he only had simple facts from the U.N. which stated that 43 children where killed in the U.N. school. King then stated that the Israeli attacks were on a terrorist location. Carter then again referred to U.N. statistics and documentation stating that there were no terrorists in the building or in the vacinity and that there were innocent children killed.
The interview didn't last much longer and then King went on a rant about a new and upcoming book from Joe Torre, not giving any praise to Carter's book, which again is We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land.

I just found the whole thing rather interesting, thought I'd share it.