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Remember the Jimi Hendrix song – If Six was Nine? What did he really mean? Let me explain it to you.

In 1919 the sixteenth amendment was passed effectively elimating our rights as American citizens and turning this country into a facist police state controlled by international bankers. Now play close attention to those two numbers – 1919 and 16. If 16 was 19, coincidence?

As further proof of this satanic plot consider this:  9 – 6 = 3. Three sixes are 666. The ‘coincidences’ keep piling up.

It gets even more interesting when we discover Jimi Hendrix (the author and singer of if Six was Nine) died of an ‘overdose’ on September 18, 1970. Sixteen days later controversial singer Janis Joplin also died of an ‘overdose’. September 18. Try to deny these numbers: September is the 9th month, Jimi died on the 18 – 1 + 8 = 9. 16 days later Janis dies. Can you still deny the connection?

Further, Janis was born in Port Arthur Texas where her father worked in an oil refinery It’s not hard to follow the dots from there. The Bush family (from Texas) made their fortune from oil companies that were financed by International Bankers and the Nazis.

800 gather to mourn peace activist Oda

A memorial service was held Saturday for award-winning writer and peace activist Makoto Oda, who died of stomach cancer on July 30 at age 75.

Nobel Prize-winning novelist Kenzaburo Oe, novelist and playwright Hisashi Inoue, critic Shuichi Kato, and Takako Doi, a former leader of the Social Democratic Party, were among 800 people who gathered at the Aoyama Sogisho funeral hall in Tokyo’s Minato Ward.

Later, about 500 mourners marched to a nearby subway station carrying banners declaring, “We will take on your wishes for anti-war movements” and singing “We Shall Overcome,” a protest song popular in the 1960s.

At the memorial service, philosopher Shunsuke Tsurumi compared Oda’s influence on events to that of John Manjiro, who served as an important bridge between Japan and the United States as Japan opened its doors to the world toward the end of the Edo Period (1603-1867).

Oda formed the Beheiren, an anti-war citizens group, in 1965 with other activists, including Tsurumi, to protest the Vietnam War.

Make Love Not War in San Francisco

PRESS Release:
Thursday, April 17,2003
Make Love Not War in San Francisco
from the Butterfly Gardeners Association

Musicians for Peace

On a bright Spring day on a San Francisco nude beach, the latest Baring Witness peace action took place, with over 100 men and women lying naked in the sand to form the words Make Love Not War.

The participants gathered on Baker Beach, near the Golden Gate Bridge as beach-goers and National Park police looked on. After an inspirational ceremony in a circle, the organizers, Alan Moore and Nicole Savage, arranged the men and women into the letters as several photographers and videographers recorded the event.

Moore organized the event with Nicole Savage to occur on Saturday, April 19 to mark the one month anniversary of the US incursion and start of the war in Iraq. Nicole’s website at sfheart.com was the first to chronicle the
‘Naked4Peace’ events that Baring Witnes began.

The organizers said that while the war in Iraq is winding down, there is still a need to head off future military action around the world. Other participants said that the world’s violent history has reached a point where the only sustainable, survivable future is one in which peaceful solutions to political differences are found.