Sunday, March 18, 2012

The Tale of the Moles - POOF 3/18/12

Poof with News from the Dragon Families
Posted by "POOF" at RMN on 3/18/12

Greetings and Salutations;

Red Foxx told a joke once that's very timely for this moment in time. "A mommy mole, a daddy mole, and baby mole, got up one morning, went up the tunnel and stuck their noses above ground. Daddy mole said 'ummm, I smell bacon'. Momma mole said, 'ummm, I smell sausage and eggs coming from that house'. Baby mole had made no comment. So they said, 'you haven't said anything baby mole, what do you smell?' Finally baby mole said, 'I don't smell anything but, mole asses!'

Lesson of this is, it depends on how close you are to the top, what you're going to smell out here for information. The 'news' coming across my desk smelled more like mole asses than bacon and eggs. I understand there's so much angst out here about everything, people can't help chattering.

The Pleiadian High Council: The Events on Earth are Manifesting in Accordance with Emerging
Lighted Templates

The Pleiadian High Council explains its method of cleansing and healing the skies of Chemtrails, and how you can observe the cleansing in process. Cabal Ups the ante with even more toxic mixtures being sprayed which are being neutralized in real time by Galactic Federation ships. The Pleiadian Council explains how the reasoning mind and ego get addicted to the lower dimensional energies of fear and stress.

MAR 15
Posted by Wes Annac
Thanks to Lisa (Wolfke74) for the Image
-Channeled through Wes Annac-

While the secretive societies and sects that you have known as the Illuminati are reaching their end and complete crumble, they still plunder ahead with their own dark agendas as if they are still in any type of position to determine what happens on Earth anymore. Indeed they are not, and we have informed them of this countless times and the message does not seem to be heeded.

This is ok for whether or not they understand this message and soak it in, the events occurring on Earth at this time will be and are speaking for themselves. They are being forced to step down in ever-increasing numbers, and indeed the beginning of this year 2012 is already beginning to see many things coming to fruition that you have been told were going to transpire.

Vatican Attacks Leaks and Whistle Blowers

By Philip Pullella
VATICAN CITY | Fri Mar 16, 2012 6:06pm GMT
(Reuters) - The Vatican has opened an extremely rare criminal investigation into embarrassing leaks of top-level sensitive documents alleging corruption and mismanagement in several of its departments.

The investigation, announced in the Vatican newspaper on Friday, will be carried out by an internal tribunal in a bid to find out who leaked the material.

A separate, administrative investigation will be conducted by the Secretariat of State, which manages Vatican bureaucracy. Pope Benedict had also ordered a "high-level commission" to shed light on the affair, the newspaper said.

The scandal, which has come to be known as "Vatileaks," involves the leaking of a string of sensitive documents to Italian media in January and February, including personal letters to the pope.

Julian Assange Australia Senate Run Announced

By ROD McGUIRK 03/17/12 09:13 AM ET
CANBERRA, Australia -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange plans to run for a seat in the Australian Senate in elections due next year despite being under virtual house arrest in England and facing sex crime allegations in Sweden, the group said Saturday.
The 40-year-old Australian citizen is fighting extradition to Sweden. He has taken his legal battle all the way to Britain's Supreme Court, which is expected to rule on his case soon.
"We have discovered that it is possible for Julian Assange to run for the Australian Senate while detained. Julian has decided to run," WikiLeaks announced on Twitter.
Assange has criticized Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's center-left government for not standing up for him against the potential threat of his extradition to the United States for prosecution over WikiLeaks' release of hundreds of thousands of classified U.S. documents.
Australian police have concluded that WikiLeaks and Assange have not broken any Australian laws by publishing the U.S. cables, although Gillard has condemned the action as "grossly irresponsible."
John Wanna, an Australian National University political scientist, said it was possible for Assange to run for a Senate seat if he remains on the Australian electoral roll despite living overseas for several years.
"If he gets on the roll, then he can stand as long as he's solvent and not in jail and not insane," Wanna said.
Being convicted of a crime punishable under Australian law by 12 months or more in prison can disqualify a person from running for the Australian Parliament for the duration of the sentence, even if it is suspended.
Constitutional lawyer George Williams of the University of New South Wales said that provision of the constitution has never been tested in the courts in the 111-year history of the Australian federation and probably would not apply to a criminal conviction in a foreign country such as Sweden."I'm not aware of an impediment to him standing, even if he was convicted," Williams said.
Any adult Australian citizen can run for the Australian Parliament, but few succeed without the backing of a major political party. Only one of Australia's 76 current senators does not represent a party.
Every Australian election attracts candidates who have little hope of winning and use their campaigns to seek publicity for various political or commercial causes.
Wanna said the odds are against Assange winning a seat, but that he could receive more than 4 percent of the votes in his nominated state because of his high profile. At that threshold, candidates can claim more than $2 per vote from the government to offset their campaign expenses. Assange's bill to the taxpayer could reach hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The next Senate election cannot be called before July 2013 and is due around August. Candidates cannot officially register as candidates until the election is called at least a month before the poll date.
Assange's mother, Christine Assange, a professional puppeteer from rural Queensland state, said Saturday she had yet to discuss her son's political bid with him.
She criticized what she called the government's willingness to put its defense treaty with the United States ahead of the rights of an Australian citizen.
"The No. 1 issue at the next election regardless of who you vote for is democracy in this country – whether or not we're just a state of the U.S. and whether or not our citizens are going to be just handed over as a sacrifice to the U.S. alliance," she said.

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