Images 27/8/17

looks like an invite..

kesha..

her album artwork..lots going on here..

poster at the tel aviv airport..infinity..forever..

alarmism from the economist..

feels like it..

feel the burn..

oic..you cant change your history..no matter how hard you try..

stills from selena gomez’s new song..fetish..

same..

bella hadid..making an eye statement..

hi one eye..

interesting photo shoot for a president..and “coming out”..

401

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~ by seeker401 on August 28, 2017.

13 Responses to “Images 27/8/17”

  1. There are people who say they love these artists and they follow them on twitter, or whatever drooling over all they say. Obama had the most “likes” ever, recently set a record. The President of France is surely said to be loved by many; indeed the ‘coolness’ and flattery of what presidents and others to aspire by appealing to what some say is love and beauty, of course, some fall for it as they lack in their understanding as to what love really is.

    • “oh justin trudeau is so hot”

      they are freaking politicians you imbeciles!

      • lol: https://waynesharer.com/marketing/edward-bernays/

        • Edward Bernays was a master of the press release – yes you read the right – and getting the mass media of the day to spread the word for free. Bernays is known for being the master mind behind major shifts in social norms such as:

          Making it acceptable for women to smoke
          Americans eating bacon and eggs for breakfast
          Coast to coast highways being built in America
          Making the pancake breakfast an American icon
          The mass fluoridation of water
          The popularity of paper cup
          Then, in later life, the anti-smoking campaigns (how ironic)

  2. https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2017/07/17/couple-obama-themed-engagement-shoot/23034355/
    “We’ve seen first hand the amount of love that goes into the Obama family — Michelle and Barack have openly (and proudly) showed their affection and appreciation for each other — not just through hand holding and slow dancing, but through words.
    So, it makes sense that one young couple opted for an Obama-themed photo shoot to channel and emulate the Obama relationship. Cassi and Adam, from Cleveland, teamed up with photographer Natasha Herbert to replicate some of the most iconic shots of the former first couple.”

    Ah, but it is love.

  3. “”Little by little, I came totally under the spell of the intelligence of this young boy,” Trogneux told France 3 TV.
    As rumors started to fly about the relationship, Macron left Amiens to complete his last year of high school at the prestigious Lycee Henri IV in Paris, a traditional breeding ground for the French elite.
    “You cannot get rid of me. I will come back and I will marry you,” Macron told Trogneux according to his biographers.”
    https://timesofislamabad.com/emmanuel-macron-the-unbelievable-love-story-of-new-french-president/2017/05/08/

    “A Texas teenager, whose former teacher is serving jail time for having a sexual relationship with him, opened up for the first time about their affair and said he had suicidal thoughts after her arrest because he felt guilty [if only society could accept their love?]
    [The teacher wrote] the message written partially in Spanish said, “You know I love you… I don’t know what we’re going to do, but we’re going to be happy together… I’m worried about how obvious we are at school. I’m miss you.””
    http://abcnews.go.com/US/teen-student-teacher-sex-scandal-opens-affair-suicidal/story?id=21659365

    Ah, but they love each other! (sarcasm – ya never know these days I need to make sure people know I am being sarcastic)

  4. from Selenas’ “Fetish”

    You got a fetish for my love
    I push you out and you come right back
    Don’t see a point in blaming you
    If I were you, I’d do me too
    You got a fetish for my love

    http://www.metrolyrics.com/fetish-lyrics-selena-gomez.html

    Ah, but she is all about love.

  5. How Slavery Gave Capitalism Its Start

    Nearly 100,000 slaves were sold to Texan cotton planters in the 1850s, forty percent of them from out of state. Morgan’s ships became the dominant carrier for those slaves, his only competition coming from a rising young capitalist emerging on the scene: Cornelius Vanderbilt.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/how-slavery-gave-capitalism-its-start

    Who Brought The Slaves To America

    The story of the slaves in America begins with Christopher Columbus. His voyage to America was not financed by Queen Isabella, but by Luis de Santangelo, who advanced the sum of 17,000 ducats (about 5,000 pounds-today equal to 50,000 pounds) to finance the voyage, which began on August 3, 1492.
    Columbus was accompanied by five ‘maranos’ (Jews who had foresworn their religion and supposedly became Catholics), Luis de Torres, interpreter, Marco, the surgeon, Bemal, the physician, Alonzo de la Calle and Gabriel Sanchez (1).

    Gabriel Sanchez, abetted by the other four Jews, sold Columbus on the idea of capturing 500 Indians and selling them as slaves in Seville, Spain, which was done. Columbus did not receive any of the money from the sale of the slaves, but he became the victim of a conspiracy fostered by Bemal, the ship’s doctor. He, Columbus, suffered injustice and imprisonment as his reward. Betrayed by the five maranos (Jews) whom he had trusted and helped. This, ironically, was the beginning of slavery in the Americas (2).
    The Jews were expelled from Spain on August 2, 1492, and from Portugal in 1497. Many of these Jews emigrated to Holland, where they set up the Dutch West Indies Company to exploit the new world.
    In 1654, the first Jew, Jacob Barsimson, emigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam (New York) and in the next decade many more followed him, settling along the East Coast, principally in New Amsterdam and Newport, Rhode Island. They were prevented by ordinances issued by Governor Peter Stuyvesant from engaging in the domestic economy, so they quickly discovered that the territory inhabited by the Indians would be a fertile field. There were no laws preventing the Jews from trading with the Indians.

    The first Jew to begin trading with the Indians was Hayman Levy, who imported cheap glass beads, textiles, earrings, armbands and other cheap adornments from Holland which were traded for valuable fur pelts. Hayman Levy was soon joined by Jews Nicholas Lowe and Joseph Simon. Lowe conceived the idea of trading rum and whiskey to the Indians and set up a distillery in Newport, where these two liquors were produced. Within a short time there were 22 distilleries in Newport, all of them owned by Jews, manufacturing and distributing ‘firewater.’ The story of the debauching of the Indians with its resultant massacres of the early settlers, is a dramatic story in itself.

    It is essential to comprehend the seaport of Newport. It is important in order to recognize the Jewish share in the Slave commerce. There was a period when it was commonly referred to as ‘The Jewish Newport-World center of Slave Commerce.’ All together, at this time, there were in North America six Jewish communities: Newport, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia, Richmond, and Savanuah. There were also many other Jews, scattered over the entire East Coast. Although New York held first place in the settlers of Jews in North America, Newport held second place.
    New York was also the main source of Kosher meat, supplying the North American settlements, then the West Indies and also South America. Now Newport took over! Newport also became the great trade harbour of the East Coast of North America. There, vessels from other ports met, to exchange commodities. Newport, as previously mentioned, represented the foremost place in the commerce of rum, whiskey, and liquor dealings. And to conclude, it finally became the Main Center of Slave dealings. It was from this port that the ships left on their way across the ocean, to gather their black human cargo and then derive great sums of money in exchange for them.

    An authentic, contemporary report, based on authority, indicates that of 128 Slave ships, for instance, unloaded in Charleston, within one year, their “Cargo,” 120 of these were undersigned by Jews from Newport and Charleston by their own name. About the rest of them, one can surmise, although they were entered as Boston (1), Norfolk (2), and Baltimore (4), their real owners were similarly the Jewish slave dealers from Newport and Charleston.
    One is able to assess the Jewish share in the entire dealings of the Newport, if one considers the undertaking of a lone Jew, the Portuguese, Aaron Lopez, who plays an important part in the over-all story of the Jews and Slavery.

    Concerning the entire commerce of the Colonies, and the later State of Rhode Island, (which included Newport) bills of lading, concessions, receipts, and port clearances carried the signature name of the Jew Aaron Lopez (3). This all took place during the years 1726 to 1774. He had therefore more than 50% of all dealings under his personal control for almost fifty years. Aside from that there were other ships which he owned, but sailed under other names.
    Aaron Lopez                                         In the year 1749, the first Masonic Lodge was established. Ninety percent of the members of this first lodge, fourteen all told, were Jews. And one knows that only so-called “prominent” individuals were accepted. Twenty years later, the second Masonic Lodge, “King David,” was established. It is a fact that all of these members were Jews.

    In the meantime, the Jewish influence in Newport had reached such proportions that President George Washington decided to pay them a visit. Upon his appearance, both of the Masonic Lodges sent an emissary—a Jew named Moses Seixas (4) —to approach the President with a petition, in which the Jews of Newport stated: “If you will permit the children of Abraham to approach you with a request, to tell you that we honor you, and feel an alliance…… and then: “Until the present time the valuable rights of a free citizen have been withheld. However, now we see a new government coming into being based on the Majesty of the people, a government, not sanctioning any bigotry nor persecution of the Jew, rather, to concede the freedom of thought, which each shares, whatever Nation or Language, as a part of the great Government machine.”
    It is necessary at this point to consider the disclosures as to who in reality obtained this legendary freedom in America at the founding of the Union. To be sure, the province became independent and severed from the English Jurisdiction. However, we can see from the petition (5) which Moses Seixas offered President Washington in the name of the Jews of Newport, that it was not in reality this type of freedom which they had in mind. They were merely concerned about themselves, and their “own civil rights,” which had been withheld. Therefore, following the Revolutionary War, the Jews were accorded equal rights, and freed of all restrictions! And the Negroes? The Revolutionary War not withstanding, they remained Slaves! In the year 1750, one sixth of the population in New York was Negroid, and proportionately in the Southern parts of the Country, they outnumbered the others, but the proclamation of Freedom did not touch them. More of this later.

    http://www.leurenmoret.info/currents/jesuitstemplars-origins-/slavery-then–now.html

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