Four words I have for the unimportance of this. Who gives a ****. Am I the only one in Athens who can give two ***** about some dude that teaches men in tights to tackle each other? I'm sorry to upset all the men and their football boyfriends they admire. Get a life. Focus on your family and yourself. SAD.posted @ Tuesday, January 14, 2014 - 20:55
Make no doubt about it sir. Agenda 21 is in full effect in Athens/Clarke County. ACC is co-operating with UGA's Office of Sustainability and Common Ground Athens under the covers. They guy that heads it, Kevin Kirsche is a hatchet man for Agenda 21. Take a look at their 2020 Strategic Plan. It just reeks of turning the citizens of Athens into slaves under the guise of environmentalism and sustainability. An articlein the Flagpole that was published a while back stated that:
“The plan will outline ways the campus can become more carbon-neutral, such as MONITORING ENERGY USE in buildings, buying more locally grown food and TRACKING student and faculty travel?”
WHAT?!?! Sounds to me like a loss of civil rights to achieve UGA’s and Athens-Clarke County’s environmental goals. All this "green", "carbon footprint" crap is the biggest public relations scam in history and its liberal ideology is being forced upon everyone in this town and the rest of the country.posted @ Sunday, August 11, 2013 - 20:34
Do some research then. Look up AGENDA 21 and ICLEI. Its very easy to do. Athens/Clarke county is deep into the program and is a member. Do you have Smart Meter yet?posted @ Sunday, August 11, 2013 - 20:09
@AutomaticDawg: "Take advantage of the renewed interests in being around DT Athens/the University, via higher-density zoning, properly planning for the necessary infrastructure while eliminating the red tape for prospective developers or business owners to jump through."
Wow. This sounds like AGENDA 21 to me. What is that you ask? Athens/Clarke County is one of 9 cities/county that is a member of ICLEI, a UN based program that quietly takes away property rights under the guise of "sustainability, smart growth, and being "green." Higher density zoning that you mention is exactly the goal of AGENDA 21. Fit everyone in nice and tight areas like sardines in "mixed-use" areas and living spaces. AKA apartments above retail stores, etc. Urban areas are being consolidated and rural areas are being emptied of people through restrictive land use policies. UGA is working with ACC on this. It's happening all over the country.
I say move your business out of ACC and into a county that is pro business instead of pro UGA.posted @ Sunday, August 11, 2013 - 16:17
This plan doesn't look Agenda 21 enough. I wonder if ICLEI is going to approve of this? Athens/Clarke better be careful! Selig's plan does not look 'green' or 'walkable' enough. The UGA Office of Sustainability is gonna be all over this. Uh-oh!posted @ Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - 16:47
You have to ask yourself 'Why are they practicing these drills in the first place?'
Are we expecting militia law in Athens like we saw in Boston after the staged bombings? I mean give me a break. These cops look more military to me. Are they practicing for knock and talks? Or are they practicing for when they come for our guns? These types of drills are pure psychological warfare to get the sheeple desensitized to martial law and seeing law enforcement/military on the streets. This is going on all over the country and as posse comitatus is being destroyed everyday. These people are not playing games.
The most important thing we as citizens have to wait for at this point is WHO the government is going to blame for the bombings. Al Cia-ada? A home grown right wing group? This is already shaping out to be a staged event once again.
It's obvious that law enforcement had previous knowledge of a threat evidenced by the amount of security at the start line and at the finish line. Multiple witnesses saw bomb sniffing dogs and heard announcements on the PA system that the heightened security was 'just a drill.' If this is the case, why didn't they cancel the race immediately and get everyone to safe place?
Once again, we must pay attention to WHO our lovely and trusting govt. is going to place the blame on and exploit. It would not surprise me for one second that this event will be the reason that TSA will now be required to be at all sporting events because surely, as Rahm Emmanuel stated..."“You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”posted @ Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - 08:42
I wonder if the local ICLEI Agenda 21 committee is going to approve this?posted @ Wednesday, April 3, 2013 - 09:49
Jeez.. I hope the federal govt. doesn't get wind of this. They'll send out to troops to protect the plants like they do in Afghanistan.
The amazing and trustworthy Fox News did a report on it a couple of years ago. They sent journalism veteran, Geraldo Rivera to investigate. See it here.posted @ Monday, May 7, 2012 - 10:01
What the protesters were protesting is irrelevant. The university is a PUBLIC place, not private. These people were just exercising their first admendment rights peacefully. The cops had no right to dismantle their protest if they weren't creating trouble or violence. I'd sue the hell out of the university and I would ask where in their by-laws does it state that students can't protest at the Arch? Give me a break. Since when did RULE's become the law of the land and not LAW?
"According to the new rules"?????? REALLY? Just because a meathead cop tells you to quit protesting is merely a power grab. I'd ask the cop, SHOW ME THE LAW!posted @ Thursday, October 20, 2011 - 10:03
Your papers please.posted @ Saturday, July 16, 2011 - 09:22
WATCH THE SCREEN SHEEPOLE. PAY ATTENTION TO THE SCREEN. WE WILL PUT YOU IN A DEEPER TRANCE THAN YOU'RE ALREADY IN.
All of you sorry dumb cattle continue to be distracted with football. Makes me ill to my stomach. I honestly wish UGA would just implode. I'm ashamed that I graduated from there and gave them any of money for a worthless education.posted @ Thursday, July 7, 2011 - 15:02
UGA education = SCAM. Graduate with a worthless degree without any hard skills and about $50,000 + of debt. No thank you. Tuition goes to new construction and the biggest distraction of them all...the Bulldogs franchise. Ridiculous.posted @ Wednesday, June 15, 2011 - 10:00
Uhhh - UGA and universities these days are such a scam it makes me sick. When it comes to improving education and strengthening "infrastructure" UGA thinks that by spending BILLIONS on new construction is gonna do the job.
Tuition for me at UGA back in 1998 was $2200 per YEAR. Now its something like 8 grand a semester? What's happened here? All universities are doing are putting students in $75,000 in debt, making them slaves of student govt. loans that you can't (by law) default on if you had to and taking away 5+ years of earned income. All in the name of building new fancy mega structures like the Tate center. Totally useless endeavors.
My solution to the problem of losing staff is to first get rid of the crappy faculty and the goons that are running UGA. Quit spending billions on new facilities, lower the out of control tuition, stop requiring students to buy brand new $200 books, and actually teach the student body real world skills instead of BS theories and philosophies.
This is why UGA is failing. Instead of teaching AG students REAL FARMING, they are going to sell 600 acres of farm land and teach it out of $200 text books. Blah...give me a break.posted @ Saturday, May 28, 2011 - 09:04
Oh man I go again...another crazy conspiracy theory rant. Where to start.
Barry Soetoro, Bush, Clinton were all hand picked by offshore bankers and other international organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the UN, the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA),Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg Group. Most of the Presidents are merely puppets or front men to push the globalist agenda of a global government and having a global currency or a "New World Order." Democrats and Republicans are the same way. Just puppets. The two parties exist only to distract the American people from the real agenda of having a global govt. that is slowly being implemented under our noses. At this point in the game, government hardly exists. The main players who are calling the shots and running the so called govt. are a small group of elitists that include David Rockefeller, Zbigniew Brzezinski, George Soros, Henry Kissinger, the Rothschilds, etc. This is why Kennedy got killed. He was anti-globalist.
The writing is so clearly written on the wall it's impossible to ignore. Barry completely bypassing Congress to start an illegal "humanitarian" war in Libya using Al CIAda operatives that the mainstream media is calling "rebels." Is it a surprise that Barry went to the UN instead of Congress before attacking Libya? Not at all. Barry of course is the Chairman of the UN Security Council. Duh. How far is the US military industrial complex gonna go? What other countries are we going to put into debt by forcing leaders out and destabilizing govts? Funny that we don't hear anything more about Egypt or Mubarek. All attention is now on Libya which clearly represented no direct threat to the US. The only reason we are over there is because back in 2009, Ghadaffi had plans to nationalize the countries oil and give it back to the people. It’s about oil – and who owns it. Nothing else. The US is there with their dirty hands trying to take control of Libya's largest natural resource. It's absolutely disgusting. Meanwhile, we MUST support our troops or we are un-American. No one forced anyone to sign up for the military to fight the US's private illegal wars. Give me a break. These pour brainwashed souls are dying overseas fighting for oil.
One day you will actually wake up from your March Madness, NFL, Dancing with Stars, Facebook stupor. It really makes me laugh and shake my head when people argue over the meaningless political ideals of McCain, Palin, Barry, Biden, Bush, and other talking head goons. These people are nothing but actors who work for the establishment. Their power pales in comparison to the ones that are giving them orders.
Its hard to even fathom how much this country and others around the world are in such disarray, so deep in a bottomless pit, so corrupt. I have faith you'll wake up one day and realize how deep the rabbit hole goes. Just have the guts and look beyond Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, Sean Hannity and O'Reilly. The job of these people is spread the propaganda. Period. Okay...time to stop. I'm done trying to convince how brainwashed you are. Do your own research. I'm tired.posted @ Tuesday, April 5, 2011 - 21:40
@RightWingExtremist: My choice not yours big boy. Give me a break.posted @ Wednesday, March 16, 2011 - 19:52
Like I said before...its absolutely ridiculous and sick that you can marry your own cousin in Georgia but not buy a six pack on Sunday. Finally there were some reps with common sense in govt. who voted "yes." Someone earlier said separation of church and state. YES. Not being able to buy alcohol on Sunday is forcing a belief on someone else with no justification. This is a FREE MARKET ladies and gentlemen. If you have the freedom to practice your religion on any day of the week then people should be able to buy on any day of the week. End of story. It's just like me saying, 'You can't praise the Lord on Saturday because the Bulldogs are playing'. Makes no sense what-so-ever. Bottom line is, if you don't want to buy on Sundays don't buy. Don't force your beliefs on someone preventing them from doing what they want to do especially if it's not harming anyone. Freedom and liberty folks. FREEDOM and LIBERTY.posted @ Wednesday, March 16, 2011 - 19:08
It really surprises me that people still think there is a difference between Republicans, Democrats, Tea Party, etc. Behind closed doors, they are on the same side...period. All political parties are merely fronts for the corporatocracy. Follow the money. Is it a surprise that BP is one of Obama's biggest campaign contributors? C'mon people, wake up! How long are you going to listen to these political parties argue over this, that and the other. Obama, hand picked. Bush, hand picked. Politicians are put in office by the corporations to perpetuate their profit agendas but they'll spin it to you promising change.
They are the DISTRACTION to keep people away from the real truth. It is all about money and profit, nothing else. Do you really think that these elitists and politicians give a rats a#$ about people or humanity? We are sheep and scum in their eyes.
Really...I can't blame people that still think there is a difference between political parties. They just haven't woken up yet to the nightmare. Have some courage and do research and you will soon see how deep the corruption is. Why don't you start by watching the documentary Inside Job coming out next week.posted @ Friday, March 4, 2011 - 12:59
It makes absolutely no sense what-so-ever that you can't buy beer on Sunday. NONE. It's legal to marry your own cousin in Georgia but you can't buy a six pack of beer on Sunday. That is plain sick and illogical.posted @ Friday, February 18, 2011 - 13:15
SCAMposted @ Sunday, February 6, 2011 - 10:45
Hypocritebuster -- I commend you for providing some logic on this discussion, although you are "digging" way too deep then necessary. Is it really a surprise to you that the GOVT is allocating so much money to such a menial task? And that the "press" labels this story as Stimulus funds will help Athens grow?" is a classic GOVT tactic.
How many GOVT workers does it take to plant a tree? Easy...five. One, maybe two to dig a hole and the rest to stand around and watch. I literally saw 20+ state workers today build a 100 ft sidewalk on the Eastside. No kidding.
Please do not analyze this tree planting to much my friend. You are truly missing a much larger scheme and plan to make everyone poor, reliant and subservient to state and federal govts. At least you are adding to the cause of waking people up from their X-box, Wal-Mart shopping stupor.
I can't wait to see everyone's faces when the dollar absolutely collapses and grocery stores shelves are empty. DO YOUR RESEARCH PEOPLE AND SEE HOW DEEP THE RABBIT HOLE GOES. LOL -- you're laughing now...just wait.posted @ Friday, January 21, 2011 - 22:11
Ummm...who gives a s***. REM icon? Give me a break. Tear the eyesore down and quit move on.posted @ Tuesday, January 18, 2011 - 17:51
If you work at UGA, you work for the government AKA the state.posted @ Friday, January 7, 2011 - 12:21
I'd really like to know why Obama's supporters support him? Please explain.posted @ Tuesday, November 2, 2010 - 20:46
To ElectricJohnson and PoRo912 - list the facts you would like me to come up. Please include requests about the following:
- record deficit levels
- record govt spending levels
- record poverty levels
- amount of lost jobs
- no job creation
- the stimulus plan
- economic growth
- health care
- anti-private enterprise
- cap and trade
- raising taxes
- union support
- Chicago thug politics
- why his administration are dropping like flies
- why not one candidate for this election wants Obama's endorsement
- his handling of the oil spill
Want the facts on these?
Please tell me ONE thing Democrats are running on for this election?
And for the record, I'm not Rep, Tea Bagger or Demo. I just hate big government, that's it. Do you like government running your lives?posted @ Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 12:04
Summary: I'm not saying it's lonely to be a movie critic, but we often find ourselves seated alone in an empty theatre when we're watching new stuff. I know people who say they won't go see anything unless they have at least one other person to go with, but I've always enjoyed having the place to myself. I'm not saying it's lonely to be a movie critic, but we often find ourselves seated alone in an empty theatre when we're watching new stuff. I know people who say they won't go see anything unless they have at least one other person to go with, but I've always enjoyed having the place to myself. read more
As you might imagine, the vast majority of the editorial cartoons available these days for publication through the syndicate which supplies cartoons to the Athens Banner-Herald/OnlineAthens are addressing the situation in Ferguson, Mo., where the fatal shooting of a black teen by a white police officer has touched off a number of demonstrations -- some peaceful, but many not at all peaceful, with tear gas fired by police officers and gunshots fired by some protester. read more