Our Favorite Letters of 2011 

Readers sound off on Birthers, MC Hammer, Iron Maiden, and iPads.

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We have been cut-off in southern Tripoli and i might not be able to travel immediately so i will need your urgent response to release the details of the parkages for your collection through the united nation operation forces that convayed this parkage to Armstadam.

and as soon as i hear from you, i ill give you further details regarding this deal as to its risk free and legitmecy of funds so you need not b afraid for any reason as your maximum co-operation will see our good days ahead..

Please this is a top secrete and should be handle with great secrecy Peters

fred peters

To All Birthers

To the editor:

To all Birthers (idiots):

1. Visit hawaii.gov.

2. Search for "Obama birth certificate".

3. Click the top hit, "Statement by Dr. Chiyome Fukino - hawaii.gov".

4. Shut up!

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Hammer, a True Local Hero

On a recent, long-overdue return visit to Oakland and Berkeley, I enjoyed reading the East Bay Express. During the 1960s, I had attended Oakland City College (now relocated from its original location on Martin Luther King Jr. Way and renamed Merritt College)

Just as Oakland has its Jack London Square named after the popular writer, it occurred to me that it would be nice to have one of your streets or parks named for another accomplished artistic son "from the Oak Town." How about honoring MC Hammer with a street or a park? Perhaps Lake Merritt could be renamed "Lake Hammer." All over this country, there are streets, avenues and boulevards named for Dr. King. Oakland could score another first with an "MC Hammer Avenue."

Laurence Wiig, Hillsboro, Oregon

Fart

.. "off the grid"? .. hardly ..  more yuppie "foody" bullshit .. more yuppies in lines blocking foot and car traffic to stuff their faces .. another "delicious revolution" .. fart .. the bourgeoise takes to the streets .. fart .. it 's revolting alright .. will sit-lie apply to these slobs? ..  

carl martineau .. berkeley california

A Massive International Issue

For Immediate Release

June 16, 2011

Contact: Chad Kister: www.chadkister.com or 740-753-3888 or ckister@chadkister.com

The National Security Agency admitted putting a brain implant into Chad Kister, because they denied answering his FOIA request for documents about his own health (see page 2, paragraph 2 of their denial letter at www.chadkister.com).

Also, the Fourth District Court of Appeals for Ohio found that Auhor and Film Maker Chad Kister, who was incarcerated for 23 days for publicizing the brain implant that was put in him by the FBI against his will, did have grounds to appeal the decision to commit him.  The 49 page court ruling can be found easily with a google search of Chad Kister.

The NSA letter reads, "The classified nature of the National Security Agency's efforts prevents us from either confirming or denying the existence of intelligent records responsive to you request, or whether any specific technique or method is employed in those efforts. The fact that the existence or non-existence of responseive records is a currently and properly classified matter..."

For the NSA to say that my own medical records are classified, and kept from me, shows how far we have gone to a Nazi dictatorship, where are government puts brain implants into those who protest in order to mind control them into complete subservience to the police state.

Kister appealed that decision on June 13, 2011, within the 60-day time period.

Kister's appeal states that he has a right to his own medical records under the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, the Geneva Conventions, the Hippocratic Oath (because his doctors have also denied records except those in other countries), and it is a violation of his 5th Amendment Rights. This is because with these records, Kister could publish a book, warning the world of this nightmare to humanity and all life to come. While doing a public service, Kister would make money that is now being denied by the NSA's refusal to give documents, a taking without compensation.

Kister also argues that national security would be improved by releasing the data, because with this, security codes are no longer safe, and people will be mind controlled into World War III.

"The United States is raping, torturing, terrorizing and thought policing it's citizens in campaigns of aggressive assault and battery against those targeted by the goons in the FBI and Department of Homeland Security," Kister said. "We live in a brutal, Gestapo dictatorship but it is hidden from public view with National Security Letters."

Phone Calls to Chad Kister have not gone through, emails have not gone through, and his mail has been routinely stolen. FBI surveillance teams (better called Goon Squads) have broken into Kister's house dozens of times. Most recently, Shawna Judson, who had rented a room in Kister's upstairs hostel, broke in through the floors to Kister's first floor apartment.

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