Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Everyone is given a box of colors in kindergarten

         Everyone is made creative by default. Everyone is then given a box of colors in kindergarten. Then when you hit puberty they take the colors away and replace them with books on algebra and theorems etc. Being hit suddenly with the creative bug is just a wee voice telling you, "Id like my colors back, please."

          So you've got the itch to do something. Write a screenplay, start a painting, write a book, turn your recipe for fudge brownies into a proper business, pick up your instrument or whatever. You don't know where the itch came from, it's almost like it just arrived on your doorstep, uninvited. Until now you were quite happy being a regular person...

Until now.

Sunday, 25 November 2012

How the Jewish-Zionist Grip on American Film and world wide Television Promotes Bias Against Muslims

          Unquestionably the most powerful molder of opinion in the world today is the American global media, and especially the Hollywood motion picture industry. Ever since Zionist Jews forcibly established the State of Israel on the land of Arab Palestine in 1948 (with a great deal of American help), and as Arabs and Israelis have struggled for control of this land in the years since, Hollywood and the rest of American mass media have carried out a campaign to disparage Arabs and tarnish their image.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Say no to freemasons - SAVE GAZA

          If we wish to end the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, we need to know who created Israel and why. In 1917 British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour penned a letter to Zionist Second Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild in which he expressed support for a Jewish homeland on Palestinian-controlled lands in the Middle East. This Balfour Declaration justified the brutal seizure of Palestinian lands for the post-WWII establishment of Israel.

          Israel would serve, not as some high-minded “Jewish homeland”, but as state of action for Rothschild/Eight Families dirty work and control over the world. Baron Edmond de Rothschild built the first oil pipeline from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean to bring BP Iranian oil to Israel. He founded Israeli General Bank and Paz Oil and is considered the father of modern Israel.

          The Rothschild are the planet’s wealthiest clan. They control Royal Dutch/Shell, BP, Anglo-American, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Bank of America and scores of other global corporations and banks. They are the largest shareholders in the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve and most every private central bank in the world.

          Truth is an unwelcome entity. It is disturbing. It is off limits. Those who speak it run the risk of being branded an anti-Semite or a conspiracy theorist. A global banking mafia headed by the Rothschild family alone may control 40% of world wealth.

           Israel-lobby-controlled Anti-Defamation League (ADL) was created by Jewish banker Jacob Schiff in 1913 to slander anyone who questions or challenges the Rothschild global conspiracy as "anti-Semitic. They are money-hungry criminals. The Israeli Mossad is less a national intelligence agency than it is a Rothschild/Rockefeller family security force.

These families are a small part of the group who calls themselves Illuminati/Freemasons.

Why attack Palestine ? Oh no, its not just it for israel and Palastine, its on with all Muslim countries of the world. Basic agenda ? (ONE GOVERNMENT) (RULE THIS WORLD) (SATAN WORSHIPERS)

          A nation that has corrupted mankind through its control over the media,its control in the gambling industry,the pornographic control, main origins from Jews. Usury has its early origins from Jewry. the control in the music industry with its subliminal subtleties./all the aforementioned perversities and immoral content can never be a nation favored by God.

No peaceful solution is possible until this greed for power is eliminated.


Saturday, 17 November 2012

An Introduction and Overview of the Illuminati

“The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.” — J.Edgar Hoover

The Illuminati is an occultic secret society which controls the ruling establishments of Europe, America, and most of the rest of the world, being made up of powerful international bankers and Freemasons who control the world’s politics, finances and media. Their goal is to incrementally tighten their control over the rest of humanity’s mental, spiritual, and physical existence to enslavement levels via imposing a tyrannical world government.

The Illuminati has subverted powerful and seemingly benevolent organizations such as most political movements— especially Zionism, Communism, Nazism, Socialism, Liberalism, Neo-Conservatism, and Fascism; and they have also infiltrated every major religious organization to the highest levels. “By owning the leaders on both sides and the media, they start all major wars and determine their outcome. They are responsible for revolutions, depressions, and more recently 9-11 and the 'war on terror' — pretexts for more war and a police state.”

“The central banking cartel scripts both history and culture according to a long-term plan. Cartel members are generational Satanists, Cabalist Jews and Freemasons. Their object is to induct mankind into their cult as their servants or slaves. ... Their main instrument is war which they contrive for profit and power. They engineer a vast credit expansion for war, and later for reconstruction.”

The Illuminati promoted “democracy” to transfer power from the old order of hereditary aristocracy and the Church to the power of finance capital which they now entirely own and control. Illuminati bankers incrementally seized control of the creation of government credit for the governments of the world, and they need to implement a totalitarian world government in order to protect their credit monopoly from countries defaulting on their “debt” or creating their own debt-free and interest-free money. “Modern 'civilization' is a fraud based on this one underlying fraud.”

Most of the world’s leaders are junior members of this international cult. These leaders are kept in line through blackmail by being made to take part in occult rituals including human sacrifices, sexual orgies, pedophilia, rape, torture, and murder.

The Illuminati bankers covertly support wide-ranging efforts to teach the populace that God doesn’t exist, while they themselves take their own religion very seriously. They know the difference between right and wrong but deliberately flaunt morality by equating “good” with their lust for power. They say “Might makes Right,” “The End Justifies the Means,” they care “not so much with what is good and moral as to what is necessary and useful.”

“The term 'Illuminati' means 'enlightened ones' and refers to Lucifer, the 'light bringer.' Its essential philosophy is to substitute 'reason' (i.e. expedience) for what was called 'right reason' (i.e. universal morality.)”,The illuminati believes that the Messiah will come when people either become righteous or totally corrupt, so they opted for debauchery with the reasoning “since we cannot all be saints, let us all be sinners.”

“Like a security beam, Illuminati tyranny is invisible until you cross it. Then, doors silently close and positions of influence are denied. If you persist, you are slandered, bankrupted, or even killed. ... It is amazing how easily we have succumbed to this tyranny.”

“'Do as thou wilt' (i.e. 'tolerance') was the Freemason-Illuminati motto. The Illuminati will define reality, not God or nature. Illuminism or 'humanism’ is a secular religion and a transition to Satanism. The decline of public decency makes this increasingly apparent. Look for the world to increasingly resemble the game 'Grand Theft Auto' or a Hollywood horror or disaster movie.”

“Hiroshima, Dresden, Auschwitz, Cambodia and Rwanda were sacrifices to their Satanic god. They are responsible for two world wars, the Depression and the cold war. Sept. 11, the 'War on Terror' and the Iraq War are their latest achievements.”

“The elite plan is to remake the planet as its private neo feudal preserve. This involves the reduction of the world’s population through plague, catastrophe or war; mind control / breeding of the survivors as serfs; and the elevation of Lucifer as god.”

British imperialism has been a facade for Illuminati world domination since the Seventeenth Century. They staged two world wars after building Germany up for that purpose during the Nineteenth Century, then used the USSR and the US as a base for staging a very profitable cold war. Now they are using Israeli imperialism to foment a world war with Iran and it’s backers in China and Russia, while at the same time undermining America to shift power to world government institutions which are under their control.

“History repeats itself because it follows a prepared script.” For over 200 years, the Rothschild banking syndicate has used the Illuminati to foment war in order to advance their world tyranny. “The stage is being set in the Persian Gulf, Eastern Europe and the Caucuses for a nuclear conflagration pitting Russia, China, and Iran against the U.S., the EU and Israel. The Rothschilds control both sides. Jews - all of us - are pawns in a wider game of chess designed to finish Western civilization and build a New World Order on its ashes.”

Friday, 16 November 2012

Encyclopedia of the World's Best-Kept Secrets

My personal gift to all those curious weirdos, Its really worth a read..

Do Not Open An Encyclopedia of the World's Best-Kept Secrets

Investigation File Wiki-leaks leaked

FrontPage Basic Tutorial

FrontPage 2003 is a powerful web authoring program which lets you design your own web site using a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) interface. This means you can see your site as you design it. You can also easily add special effects, create and use templates which will automatically adjust to your pages, and even upload the web site to your FTP server. If you would like to design the site using HTML yourself, you can also do so in FrontPage 2003′s code view. FrontPage 2003 allows you to view the page in your web browser, or right in FrontPage itself to see how it will look.
Please Note: FrontPage Extensions and SharePoint Support is not possible on Active Web Hosting servers. As a result, there are features in FrontPage 2003 which may not work when you upload your site to your FTP server. However, you can still use FrontPage 2003 to create and upload a working web site without needing to use these features.
Site Setup
Click on the File Menu and select New. A sidebar will appear to the right. Under the New Web Site area, click on More Web site templates.
File-New-More Web Site Templates
Alternatively, you can click on the New Document icon on the far left in the toolbar and choose Web Site.
New Document Icon
In the Web Site Templates window, General Tab, click Empty Web Site. Note that you could try one of the other choices, such as Personal Web Site, which would automatically create all the pages for you. However, we’d like to show you how to create your own custom made pages so that you can adapt this to virtually any type of site you’d like to create. Also note that some of the other choices, such as the Customer Support Site, the site Wizards and SharePoint type sites won’t work on Active Web Hosting Servers as we do not support these features. On the right, under Options, click Browse. Navigate to where you want to put the files you’ll create for your new web site. Keep in mind you are creating your site offline and on your hard drive, and will upload them after you are done creating your site.
Web Site Templates
You can navigate to any directory and create another directory for your site by clicking on the New Directory icon in the toolbar, or right click in the directory and choosing New then clicking on Folder. For this tutorial, we’ll name the new directory mypage. Click on the OK button then click on the Open button.
New Directory
Back in the Web Site Templates window, click the OK button. You’ll now see a directory listing both on the right and the left. There’s two folders, _private and images.
Main Folder Views
Planning Your Site
When creating a site, it’s nice to plan ahead what type of site you want to make and what pages to put on it.For this tutorial, we’ll start with a simple home page called My Home Page.
FrontPage 2003 has a nice feature that lets you plan out your site and pages before you work on it. You can give each page priority ratings so you know which ones you need to do first. At the bottom of the screen you’ll see a row of options. Click on the one at the end named Tasks.
Now you can choose Tasks from the Edit menu (you may need to click on the arrows at the bottom of the menu to see the Tasks menu) and then select Add Task, or just right click in the main window area and select Add Task.
In the Task Name box type in the name of the task. The first task we’ll do is the Template. We’ll set this as high priority because we want to do this first before we do any of the other pages. In the Description box, type in a description for the page to remind you what the page is for.
New Task
You can create tasks for the rest of the pages of the site by, setting the priority to maybe medium for each. If you ever need to change the title, description or priority of a task, then you can just double-click on the task to bring up the window to make changes.
News & updates, counter
About Me:
A few words about yourself, maybe a photo.
Things I like to do in my free time.
Links to other sites you enjoy visiting.
A page or link to your email address so people can contact you.
If you ever need to change the title, description or priority of a task, then you can just double-click on the task to bring up the window to make changes.
Getting Familiar With The Interface
Before we continue, it’s helpful to get more familiarized with some of FrontPage’s common tools. In the top of the window, you’ll see two tool bars under the menu. The top toolbar has a series of icons for different FrontPage program functions. The second toolbar is a formatting toolbar which has some common text and web page tools. In addition, there is a row of words at the bottom of the screen followed by another toolbar. You can hover your mouse over each icon or area to see a tooltip description of each one. Please do this now to learn them as we will be referencing some of them by name later on. Note that some icons may be greyed out or disabled depending on what type of area you are in (ie. tasks, web site, etc.)
FrontPage Interface
Creating A Template
A template is a document from which you can use to build your web page from. It’s always a good idea to have all your web pages share the same basic look, color, layout and navigational menu. By creating a template, you can then copy this file and rename it to the filename of your new page. After that, all you’ll need to do is simply fill in the content of the web page. This way you do not have to create the whole page style and look all over again for every page. Save the template when you’re done creating your site in case you wish to add more pages.
Select the Folders view at the bottom of the screen. You’ll see the same thing in the Main Area as you do in the Folders View. Right click in the main area and select New, then select Blank Page. Type in the file name as TEMPLATE.html and answer yesto any prompts.
Double click on the new file and you’ll see an empty text area, with the body tag under the document tabs. Hover your mouse over this tag and click the arrow that appears on the right of it. Then select Tag Properties. Note that you can do this for any tag that appears in this row. Clicking items in your document will cause certain tags to appear or disappear.
Tab Properties
The General Tab
This is where you set up the parts of your page which search engines would see. It’s always good to at least set a Title, which is also shown in the web browser’s title bar. A page description and keywords are a good thing to add so that search engines can correctly index your page. This is especially important if you happen to be creating a business or other site that depends heavily on gaining visitors to your site.
General Tab
The Formatting Tab
This is where you can choose your page background and colors. If you want, you can choose virtually any color by clicking on the drop down box next to the item, then clicking on More colors. For this tutorial, however, we choose colors that were available in the drop down box such as black for text, blue for the links, navy blue for visited links and teal for active links. For the background you can choose a custom color by double-clicking on the color choice (like Hex={CC,FF,FF} which is what we used), or even click on the box next to Background Picture, and then choose Browse to navigate to and select a pattern image of your choice.
Page Colors
The Advanced Tab
Here you can further customize the page display. In this tutorial we won’t be filling in any of the items in this section, but you can experiment with them if you wish. However, we will set some properties for the overall page.
Click the Body style… button. We’ll set up the font for the entire web site. Click the arrow on the right on the the Format button. Choose Font. Select Arial, Normal 10pt (do not confuse this with 10px which is smaller. px stands for pixels where pt stands for point). For the color, choose the black (far top left) from the drop down box. In the Effects box, click No text decoration. Click the OK button for this window and then again for the next window.
In the Styles area, click on the box next to Enable hyperlink rollover effects. Click the Rollover Style… button. This area lets you customize how a link will look when the mouse is moved over the link. You can choose the font, style, color, size and effects. For example, to use the site’s default font, and size, we won’t choose any values for those boxes. We’ll set the style to normal and then you can choose a color you like. We used the same teal color we chose for the Active Link above. Click in the box next to No text decoration to ensure that no underlining or other effects occur in the links.
The Custom Tab
In the Custom tab, you can add more meta tags here. We can add one by clicking the Add… button at the bottom in the User variables area. Let’s type in Author in the Name box, then type in your name in the Value box. Click the OK button when done. You’ll see your new one added to the list.
Add Meta Tag
The Language Tab
It’s usually good to set the language of the page so that search engines can correctly categorize your site and maybe provide translation services if someone should search and find your site. For example, in the Page language area, set the Mark current document as: to English and be sure to choose the right English version from your country from the drop down box, if you are in an English-speaking country.
The Work group Tab
If you are on a network and are creating this site with the help of others, this tab has options to let you select the category this site falls under (or create a new category), who is assigned to oversee the project, and the review status (pending, approved, denied, etc. or make your own). If you use this area, it’s usually best not to check the box next to Exclude this file when publishing the rest of the Web site since you want to publish your pages. Often, it’s best to set the template file to Don’t Publish (which we’ll show you how to do later) after you've created your entire web site.
When you’re done setting the page options, click the OK button. Then click in the main area to change it from black to white again (ie. deselecting it).
The Main Table
We are going to create a table which will hold the top banner which describes your site, the left-side navigation menu and finally, the main content area of your pages. From the Table menu, click on Layout Tables and Cells. You’ll see a panel appear on the right. While FrontPage has several layouts you can choose from, let’s learn how to create our own. Click on Insert Layout Table under New tables and cells.
Tables Panel
A table will appear in the main area of your page, and it will have tabs with numbers noting width and height. Also at the top you’ll see the table tag. Hover over this tag, click on it’s arrow on the right and select Tag Properties.
We’ll use 2 rows and 2 columns for the size, Center alignment, Specify width of 750 pixels, and a border size of 0. Don’t click OK yet.
Table Properties
Click on the Style button, then click on the Format button and choose Font. Select Arial, normal, 10pt, color black, No Text Decoration and click the OK button in this and the next window. Now you’ll see the table is split into 4 equal quarters. Click on the ‘X’ in the upper right of the Layout Tables and Cells panel on the right so that you can see more of the table. It should appear centered on your page.
We will first join the top two cells and re size it to make a top banner. Click in the top left cell. Now hold down the mouse button and drag to the right, to select the top two cells. Right click in the selected area and choose Merge Cells. Click anywhere in the top large cell to deselect the cells.
Right click in the top large cell and select Cell Properties. Choose Center for Horizontal alignment, Middle for vertical alignment, click in the box next to Specify height (if not already selected) and specify a height of 200 pixels. Now you can also choose a background color. We decided on the same light blue as the background. Notice that when you choose a color, there are some colors under Document Colors. These are the colors you’re currently using in the document, making it easier to choose colors you've already used. Click OK when done. You’ll now see the re sized top banner area.
Top Cell
Click in the top cell. In the bottom toolbar, select the Insert Word Art tool (the blue 3D “A” icon). Select a style you would like to use for the title of your web site. Then choose a text style and size. It’s recommended to use a thick font (such as Impact or Arial Black) and a size of around 60 pixels. You can use larger or smaller text, depending on how long your title is. When you click OK, the title appears in the top cell. You can further customize the text using the buttons in the toolbox that is now displayed on the screen. You can also re size the text by dragging the handles found on all sides and corners of the box surrounding the text. The yellow diamond will let you adjust any text warping and the green dot at the top will let you rotate the text. When done, simply click in another cell and the toolbox and box/handles around the text will disappear.
Click in the bottom left cell and choose Cell Formatting. You’ll see a box appear on the right side of the screen. Choose a width of 150, and VAlign set to Top and the background set to any color you would like. We used a light yellow, for example. The Borders width should be set to 0. Now click on the first icon under Apply to apply settings to all boarders.
Click on Cell Corners and Shadows. Use a corners width and height of 10. Choose your background color and border color (from the Document Colors, you could choose the color you used for this cell’s background). Now click the first icon under Apply, which looks like a circle cut into 4 quarters.
Under Shadows, choose a width of 5, and click on the first icon under Apply, to apply bottom and right shadow.
Click on Cell Header and Footer. Select the BgColor colors. This should be what you selected for the corners.
Click in the bottom right cell, which will be our content area. Click on the ‘X’ in the right-side panel to close it so we can see the page better. Right click in the bottom right cell and choose Cell Properties. Select Justify for the horizontal alignment, Top for vertical alignment, uncheck Specify height, and choose a background color of white.
Click the Style button, then the Format button and select borders. Choose the solid style, color black, width of 1. For the padding, choose 4 for left, right, top and bottom. Click OK buttons until you are back to your main area of your web page (closing all dialog windows). You have now created the main table layout.
Navigation Menu
If you look in your Tasks (clicking on the word at the bottom of the screen), you’ll see the list of pages you made note of. We’ll create a link for each one of these. Let’s start with the Home page, which will be linked to theindex.html file. Start by clicking inside your navigation menu. In the top toolbar, select Arial text, 10 pt. Type in the word Home. Next select the word and click on the Insert Hyperlink icon in the topmost toolbar. Type in index.html in the Address box and click the OK button. Don’t worry if the page or file doesn’t yet exist. Click after the new link to put the cursor at the end of the word and press ENTER. Now you can type in your next link. Do this for each page you wish to create.
To view your page, click on the Preview link at the bottom of the screen. So far, we have built up a site that looks like this:
Web Site Preview
Saving Your Template
You should save your work at intervals as you go along, so that if something should happen that you lose power or make a change you don’t like, you can revert back to the saved image. Go back to the Design view by clicking on it at the bottom of the screen. Right click on the tab TEMPLATE.html and select Save. Since we have created some images, we’ll be asked where we want to save them. Click on Change Folder. Double click on the images folder then the OK button. Now you’ll see each image will be put in the images folder. Click OK again to save your page and images. Your template is now complete and ready to use. You’ll want to note this in your Tasks view. Go there and right click on the Template task. Choose Mark Complete. Now Right click on the TEMPLATE.html tab and select Close.
Using The Template
Now we are ready to create a web site using our new template. Anytime you want to use the template to create a new page, right click on the TEMPLATE.html file in the Folder View and choose Copy. Then click in a blank area in the Folder View and choosePaste. Right click on the newly created file (which would be something like TEMPLATE_copy(1).html) and choose Rename to rename the file to a new name. Be sure to rename it exactly as the filename you specify in your navigation menu for the page you wish to create. To start with, we’ll name this new file index.html since we’ll start with the main page of the site. This is the page that visitors will see when they type your domain name into their web browser. Double click on this new file to open it.
Click in the lower right cell which is the main content area (in our example, it’s the white boxed area under the top banner). Now just type in anything you would like to say in this area. You can also make more links in the same way you did when creating the Navigation Menu area.
Inserting Images
If you wish to insert an image, you can click on the Insert Clip Art or the Insert Picture From File icon from the bottom toolbar. If you want to re size your image, you can click on the image and then drag one of the handles. If you right click on an image and choose Picture Properties, you can choose how the image will be displayed and how close text will appear to the image. It’s also best to click the General tab and type in a brief image description in the Text box under Alternative representations. This helps those who use screen readers to know what is on your page, even if they can’t see the images.
Inserting a Counter
You can insert a counter at the bottom of your page. Just scroll down to the bottom and click outside the table area at the bottom. Choose your font size, style, color and choose to center your text (use the center text icon in the 2nd toolbar on the top).
Type in the words: visitors since and then the date you plan to upload your site. Now click to the left of the word visitors to place the cursor before it. Click on the Code view button at the bottom of the screen.
You’ll see a lot of HTML code but find the cursor placed to the left of the word visitors. Press the ENTER key twice, then the up arrow once to get the cursor in the black space. Here you can add the code for your visit counter.  Click the Design or Preview view to see your changes. Note that your counter may or may not appear on the page. It will appear properly when you have uploaded your web site. Be sure to save your page and close it when done. Note that you can also have more than one page open if you choose. Be sure to mark the Task for Home Page as complete to keep track of your project.
Creating A Contact Page With An Email Form
Let’s create a contact page. Create a new page from the template file as mentioned previously. Rename it contact.html or whatever you named the file when you created your navigation menu.
Type the word Contact Me at the top of the main content area. You might want to use slightly larger than normal text, maybe a different color, and/or maybe bold text. This text should be centered but you could have it positioned anywhere you like. Note that when you press the ENTER key, the font style does not change back to it’s previous state. You’ll have to reset the font color, style and position again for any other text you wish to add.
It’s best to have an introduction, such as reminding your visitors that they must type in an email address or their mail will not be sent. This is a safe guard that the email bot uses to ensure valid submissions.
Click on the Design view at the bottom of the screen. Right click inside the form and select Table Properties. Choose Center for the Layout Alignment. You now have an email form which people can use to contact you.
Be sure to mark your Contact page task as complete to keep track of your project.
Creating Your Other Pages
You now have all the skills to create your other pages in FrontPage. Be sure to save your work as you go along. We encourage you to experiment with some of FrontPage’s other features. Do keep in mind that any webbot, SharePoint or Database type feature will not work with Active Web Hosting’s servers. Once you complete a page, be sure to mark it’s task as complete so that you can keep track of your project.
Uploading And Viewing Your Web Page
Once you have completed your web site, you can upload it from within FrontPage. Insert the necessary server details when clicking on the upload button.
NOTE: If you have any files you do not want to upload to your web server, such as your TEMPLATE.html file, right click on the file in the Folder view and select Don’t Publish. This puts a red circle with an x by the file to indicate that the file will be skipped when uploading it to your web server.
For free server you can login to and for domain,
Have fun creating cyber space ;)