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Peace the Final Frontier

Carol Burnett Show – Star Trek Parody 


Uploaded on Feb 21, 2010

“This is actually from the short-lived 1991 Carol Burnett Show. Andrea Martin and Richard Kind (the Klingon) were cast members.” – donhawk

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Violence by any name–war, revolution, jihad, crusade, crime, physical discipline, imprisonment, forced marriage, slavery, police action, homeland security, border security–diminishes us all.

Illuminati Mass Murders Humanity Every Day by Janet Kira Lessin

Peace3IlluminatiIsGood_imagesIlluminati Mass Murders (and Mind Controls) Humanity Every Day by Janet Kira Lessin

How many people do you know have died consciously, by choice? How many were completely healthy, woke up and said, “Today is a good day to die” and somewhere in the course of that day of death declaration, laid down, died and exited their bodies by pure will?

Approximately 155,000 die worldwide every single day. More than that are born, granted. But 155,000 leave this planet not by choice, but because they’re being murdered by this system of disease and accidents, most of which are caused because this system is fundamentally flawed, purposely created by the power elite. They systematically reduce our numbers because we’re no longer useful to them. But if diseases, and that includes the disease of aging, were eliminated, half that number would remain, perhaps more.

The rest perish from accidents, like traffic accidents. Many of those could be eliminated if we had other systems of transport, like teleportation (which already exists) in place. Some would still die every day. But that number would be minuscule in comparison to the 155,000 who die daily as of the writing of this article in May, 2013.

Healthier systems, less toxic and dangerous which come from technologies still being hidden and denied our planetary population, would eliminate even more deaths.

What would we do with our numbers? We’d colonize other worlds, of course. Or we may operate differently if we lived hundreds of thousands of years and only reproduce when we wanted to rather than by some subconscious desires to duplicate quickly before its too late and before we’re ready.

Most parents are ill equipped to parent, thus causing multi-generational dysfunction which leads to extreme negative emotional responses, such as depression and addiction to drugs (both prescribed and illegal). It’s a formula for death for many. And those who die through suicide are collateral damage for the Illuminati created by unloving and unsupportive societal systems that could easily meet the needs of its members and eliminate most if not all suicides. Now wouldn’t that be something?

What can we do? What can I do?

First of all, educate yourself to what’s happening behind the scenes. Investigate. Insist on transparency and honesty in your world. Start with yourself. Practice what you preach and desire. Pay attention to your needs, wants and desires. Do they serve you and your loved ones, friends, community? Get involved. Participate. Run for office. Learn how to feel one another, communicate and address their needs. Treat them as you would your own. Love thy neighbor as thyself.

Clear any health issues and addictions within self. Get therapy. Get healthy on all levels, mind, body and soul. As you clear your subconscious and Higher Self, awareness aligns with your consciousness, balances your soul, ego and psyche. You become aligned, conscious, centered, an Aware Ego. You’re clear, understanding the game of existence and who you truly are with healthy boundaries for yourself while simultaneously holding into consideration your needs, wants and desires and the needs, wants and desires of your brothers, sisters, global community with whom you are all one at your core.

United, we stand, meaning we all benefit. There’s a point where all’s consensus, all are happy and healthy. None benefit at the suffering of others. Seek that alignment with all humanity, all creation within self. Then reach one, teach one, starting with those who are in your life, with whom you feel most intimate. You are a lifeline, a healthy channel of divine love, light and information designed to clear and heal all conflict and create a world and system of worlds where souls come to love and play, each day’s a joy with just enough challenge and interplay to make it interesting.

There will always be new frontiers for the Universe is vast. Explore and assist other worlds if one that’s healed, calm and cool becomes too boring for you. Once this Universe is complete, others will open for existence too is far too vast for any one being to ever fully comprehend.

Begin with self. Reach out to those in your arena. Eventually you’ll encounter those employed in the mass killing machine. It’s inevitable. Perhaps you yourself are already employed in the process that kills. I’m sure you are or have been in some part of your life (if you’re older) or may be involved in the future if you don’t watch your step.

As an employee, be aware of the products and policies of those with whom you seek employment. Boycott those places which have practices that you abhor. Maybe you’re not even aware. That takes us back to the beginning of this essay. Educate yourself. But if you can’t do it all at once, because it’s really not very easy to boycott the only store in your neighborhood because you’ll actually end up supporting the oil industry by driving further to shop where the store’s policies more closely align with your new found new age policies of love that supports the whole rather than the few at the top.

But give yourself time. Over time you’ll get it and figure out ways to shift your reality, then the totality of the continuum to more conscious relating and interacting across the board. In the meanwhile, do your best. Breathe. Relax into it. Have fun now and again. Forgive yourself. Forgive them all. This is a system of lies and deception. We’ve all been duped. Yet by finding love within your heart, forgiveness of self and others, you’ll be gently guided by higher love and dimensions of awareness.

You’ll meet then defeat Pharoah (and all his incarnations such as Kings, Queens, Popes, Priests, CEOs, Presidents, Prime Ministers, etc.) by melting his heart. Love will gradually transform all and the sooner you align with love, the faster it happens for all. It’s the Hundredth Monkey, Morphogenic Field, domino affect. In a twinkling of an eye, all transforms and love becomes the new operating system, the paradigm for our world, our beloved Mother Earth and all her peoples, beings, creatures and features. Peace rules divine love incarnated continually into third dimensional physicality till all aligns with heaven at the highest levels of existence. We’re done. ONE.

Then we start over. Isn’t it grand?



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Viewing Ang Lee’s “Taking Woodstock,” we recalled that Joni Mitchell, who’s not in the film, wrote the Woodstock song. Even though she dropped out from making that festival scene in upstate New York in 1969. Why? Her manager insisted she appear on the Dick Cavett Show. All the same, Joni immortalized the event with her lyrics, as did singers Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, who scored a hit on Billboard’s Hot 100 with the Woodstock single from their album, Deja Vu. “By the time we got to Woodstock,” go the lyrics, “we were half a million strong, and everywhere there was song and celebration …”

“She captured the feeling and importance of the Woodstock festival better than anyone who’d been there,” reflected David Crosby. Joni wrote the song in a Manhattan hotel room, while watching the events unfold on her television. Not being there, she claimed, gave her an intense perspective on what was happening during the landmark folk-rock concert of “peace and victory.”

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Joni Mitchell With Mountain DulcimerUploaded on Dec 18, 2007 ~ A look back at a time that brought people together with music, celebration and love! Sure there was lots of sex, drugs and rock & roll…but the true nature of this event was a coming together as one…to experience life to its fullest…a moment in time that will live on forever in our hearts and minds.

I came upon a child of god
He was walking along the road
And I asked him, where are you going
And this he told me
I’m going on down to Yasgur’s farm
I’m going to join in a rock n roll band
I’m going to camp out on the land
I’m going to try an get my soul free
We are stardust
We are golden
And we’ve got to get ourselves
Back to the garden

1246472498-joni-mitchellThen can I walk beside you
I have come here to lose the smog
And I feel to be a cog in something turning
Well maybe it is just the time of year
Or maybe its the time of man
I don’t know who l am
But you know life is for learning
We are stardust
We are golden
And we’ve got to get ourselves
Back to the garden

By the time we got to Woodstock
We were half a million strong
And everywhere there was song and celebration
And I dreamed I saw the bombers
Riding shotgun in the sky
And they were turning into butterflies
Above our nation
We are stardust
Billion year old carbon
We are golden
Caught in the devils bargain
And we’ve got to get ourselves
Back to the garden








Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young







Woodstock” is a song about the Woodstock Music and Art Festival of 1969.



Joni Mitchell wrote the song from what she had heard from then-boyfriend, Graham Nash, about the festival. She had not been there herself, since she was told by a manager that it would be more advantageous for her to appear on The Dick Cavett Show. She wrote this song in a hotel room in New York City, watching televised reports of the festival. “The deprivation of not being able to go provided me with an intense angle on Woodstock,” she told an interviewer shortly after the event.[1] It was later released on her third album, Ladies of the Canyon in 1970, on her Shadows and Light album, and again in 1996 on her Hits album.

Mitchell’s original version featured a stark and haunting arrangement – solo vocal, multi-tracked backing vocals and tremoloed Wurlitzer electric piano, all performed by Mitchell herself. All subsequent recordings featured a fuller backing band sound.
Prior to release on any album, Mitchell performed “Woodstock” at the 1969 Big Sur Folk Festival, one month after Woodstock. The solo performance can be seen in the festival concert film Celebration at Big Sur (released in 1971). The performance was an exception to Mitchell’s mounting distaste for large festival gigs. [2]

The song later went on to be hits for Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and Matthews Southern Comfort, the latter reaching #1 on the UK singles chart for three weeks in October 1970, and the former reaching #11 on the Billboard Hot 100. The Assembled Multitude’s 1970 instrumental version reached #79 in the US. David Crosby, in an interview in the documentary Joni Mitchell: Woman of Heart and Mind, said that Mitchell had captured the feeling and importance of the Woodstock festival better than anyone who had been there.[3]

Led Zeppelin incorporated Woodstock’s lyrics and structure into live renditions of Jake Holmes’ song “Dazed and Confused” between 1973 and 1975. It can be heard on the currently unreleased “Dazed and Confused” section of the video from one of the 1975 Earl’s Court concerts.
A version was performed by Richard Thompson at the 2000 All-Star Tribute To Joni Mitchell, later broadcast on TNT

A 40th anniversary version of “Woodstock” was released in 2009 by Nick Vernier Band featuring Iain Matthews (formerly of Matthews Southern Comfort).
The band America recorded a version of this song for their 2011 album Back Pages.
James Taylor did a cover on the May 22, 1997 broadcast of The Howard Stern Show.
The band Austra recorded a version of the song for the Deluxe edition of their album “Feel it Break”.

Brooke Fraser recorded and released a version of the song in her 2010 album “Flags”
[edit]In popular culture

In Carl Sagan’s series Cosmos, Sagan refers to us as “Star Stuff”.
A line from the chorus, “We are billion year old carbon,” was used by Corey Mesler as the title of a novel about the 1960s.[4]
The song was also used in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210 where the characters act out the story of a girl from the 1960s whose diary is found by Brenda.
The song was used in a Six Feet Under episode entitled “Back to the Garden” (named after a lyric in the song) in 2002, but the song isn’t featured on the official soundtrack.
Astronautalis references the song in “Dimitri Mendeleev,” when he sings: “Joni Mitchell said ‘we are stardust, / we are golden’, we are all the same.”[5]

Southern Comfort version

Joni Mitchell wrote the song from what she had heard from then-boyfriend, Graham Nash, about the festival. She had not been there herself, since she had instead chosen to appear on The Tonight Show. She wrote this song crying at home watching the show on television.

The song later went on to be hits for Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and Matthews’ Southern Comfort, the latter reaching #1 on the UK singles chart for three weeks in October 1970. David Crosby in an interview said that Mitchell had captured the feeling and importance of the Woodstock festival better than anyone who had been there.

Led Zeppelin incorporated Woodstock’s lyrics and structure into live renditions of their song “Dazed and Confused” between 1973 and 1975.


Bobby Darin’s gift of peace: A Simple Song of Freedom TELL THE PEOPLE EVERYWHERE WE THE PEOPLE HERE DON’T WANT NO WAR

Bobby Darin Last Shows

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Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
We, the people here, don’t want a war

Hey there, Mister Black Man can you hear me?
I don’t want your diamonds or your game
I just want to be, someone known to you as me
and I will bet my life you want the same
Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
We, the people here, don’t want a war

Seven hundred million are you listening?
Most of what you read is made of lies
But speaking one to one, ain’t it everybody’s sun
To wake to in the morning when we rise?

So come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
We, the people here, don’t want a war

Brother Solzhenitsyn are you busy?
If not would you drop a friend a line?
Tell me if the man, who is plowing up your land
has got the war machine upon his mind

Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
That we, the people here, don’t want a war

Now no doubt some folks enjoy doin’ battle
Like presidents, prime ministers and kings
So let’s build them shelves where they can fight among themselves
and leave the people be who like to sing

Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
That we the people here, don’t want a war

Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
That we the people here, don’t want a war


Children sing for peace. Shot in Kabul, Afghanistan and Palm Springs, CA – this moving anti-war ballad is a reminder that the pleas of children are universal – They do not want war. Lyrics by Bobby Darin and David Rothmiller. Arrangement by Andres Condon. More info:

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jmarkz53 7 months ago
AWESOME! I knew somebody would know where this came from. This video was aired during a P.B.S. ‘Folk Rewind’ special. They probably have the DVD available. It was typycal 60’s stuff until this segment came on and took me totaly off guard. Thanks again!
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Milind Kaduskar 10 months ago
When was this video shot? Is this the performance that Kevin Spacey used in Beyond The Sea as the finale?
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jmarkz53 9 months ago
It wouldn’t surprise me if this performance WAS THE INSPIRATION(?) for Kevin Spacey’s performance (and kudo’s to Mr. Spacey for doing his own singing!) I’ve not been able to track down any info concerning this particular performance, so if anybody else can help, JUMP IN!
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paulslefthand 1 year ago
I’m 17 and last year I just happened to stumble upon Bobby Darin. I really wish popular music was still like this!! It sure beats dubstep and crap like that! :)
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Jay Branson 15 hours ago
Great song! it was like he was trying to hold himself back. He seems to have been filled with such emotions.
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andrewquigley18 2 weeks ago
good song the way it should be industrial war fucks
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stone wall 2 weeks ago
bobby it is great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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McMillian5 2 weeks ago
As acclaimed as he was in his life, Bobby Darin is probably the most underrated performer ever.
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Carole Robinson 4 weeks ago
Bobby was influenced by Bobby Kennedy…
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onemanband1950 1 month ago
I am.62 yrs. old now,(2013), and have sung Bobby Darin’s song of freedom for most of my life, almost as a comforting mantra. The song is so incredibly beautiful and with such meaning and always gave warmth to my heart. To honour Bobby , I love singing and playing it on my acoustic guitar for people. God bless Mr. Darrin, and I thank him so much for this touching song. Wish so much that he could have lived longer. His song here sure did give me life.

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Israel and Iran: A love story?




Now that humanity is preparing to travel in space just as we travel around this planet, and humanity is getting ready to join the universal community and to venture into the spans of the universe, humanity needs to find peace in its home first.

Thank you for signing the WORLD PEACE TREATY as an individual. Please share the WORLD PEACE TREATY with family, friends and networks. If you are so inclined you can also print out the WORLD PEACE TREATY and take it to your City Council, your provincial and state legislators, and your national leaders/ambassadors to sign (both personally and on behalf of their jurisdictions).


“I/We as citizens of the Earth from this moment on accept to lay down all tools of aggression and war. I/We shall never think about getting involved in or inciting war or developing or using any tools of war on this planet or in space, and to this I/We all agree and swear with my/our (delete as appropriate) nation, territory, council, religion, city, body/bodies and souls(s).”



Remembrance – The Vietnam Memorial Wall

World Peace Association Vietnam Wall Memorial Remembrance

To all who served before me, with me and after me and to those who serve now, my heart felt thank you for your service.
Please take a moment this memorial day and remember those who gave all.

…….We few, we happy few, we band of brothers…………………

This is quite informative and casts even more meaning on what this memorial represents. It is important to know these facts for the sake of the fallen.

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Interesting statistics from the Vietnam Memorial Wall

“Carved on these walls is the story of America, of a continuing quest to preserve both Democracy and decency and to protect a national treasure that we call the American dream.” ~President George Bush

SOMETHING to think about – Most of the surviving parents are now deceased.

Vietnam Wall Soldier Reflection
There are 58,267 names now listed on that polished black wall, including those added in 2010.

The names are arranged in the order in which they were taken from us by date and within each date the names are alphabetized. It is hard to believe it is 36 years since the last casualties.

Beginning at the apex on panel 1E and going out to the end of the East wall, appearing to recede into the earth (numbered 70E – May 25, 1968), then resuming at the end of the West wall, as the wall emerges from the earth (numbered 70W – continuing May 25, 1968) and ending with a date in 1975. Thus the war’s beginning and end meet. The war is complete, coming full circle, yet broken by the earth that bounds the angle’s open side and contained within the earth itself.

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The first known casualty was Richard B. Fitzgibbon, of North Weymouth, Mass. Listed by the U.S. Department of Defense as having been killed on June 8, 1956. His name is listed on the Wall with that of his son, Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Richard B. Fitzgibbon III, who was killed on Sept. 7, 1965.

There are three sets of fathers and sons on the Wall.

39,996 on the Wall were just 22 or younger.

8,283 were just 19 years old.

The largest age group, 33,103, were 18 years old.

12 soldiers on the Wall were 17 years old.

5 soldiers on the Wall were 16 years old..

One soldier, PFC Dan Bullock, was 15 years old.

997 soldiers were killed on their first day in Vietnam..

1,448 soldiers were killed on their last day in Vietnam.

31 sets of brothers are on the Wall and thirty one sets of parents lost two of their sons.

54 soldiers attended Thomas Edison High School in Philadelphia.

8 Women are on the Wall, killed while nursing the wounded.

244 soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam War; 153 of them are on the Wall.

Beallsville, Ohio with a population of 475 lost 6 of her sons.

West Virginia had the highest casualty rate per capita in the nation. There are 711 West Virginians on the Wall.

Cycles VietNam Wall Memorial - For Ed - May He Find PeaceThe Marines of Morenci – They led some of the scrappiest high school football and basketball teams that the little Arizona copper town of Morenci (pop. 5,058) had ever known and cheered. They enjoyed roaring beer busts. In quieter moments, they rode horses along the Coronado Trail, stalked deer in the Apache National Forest. And in the patriotic camaraderie typical of Morenci’s mining families, the nine graduates of Morenci High enlisted as a group in the Marine Corps. Their service began on Independence Day, 1966. Only 3 returned home.

The Buddies of Midvale – LeRoy Tafoya, Jimmy Martinez, Tom Gonzales were all boyhood friends and lived on three consecutive streets in Midvale, Utah on Fifth, Sixth and Seventh avenues. They lived only a few yards apart. They played ball at the adjacent sandlot ball field. And they all went to Vietnam. In a span of 16 dark days in late 1967, all three would be killed. LeRoy was killed on Wednesday, Nov. 22, the fourth anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Jimmy died less than 24 hours later on Thanksgiving Day. Tom was shot dead assaulting the enemy on Dec. 7, Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.

The most casualty deaths for a single day was on January 31, 1968 ~ 245 deaths.

The most casualty deaths for a single month: May, 1968 – 2,415.

vietnam_wall_Missing Family Most Americans who read this will only see the numbers that the Vietnam War created. To those of us who survived the war and to the families of those who did not, we see the faces and feel the pain that these numbers represent. We are haunted by these numbers because they represent our friends, fathers, husbands, wives, sons and daughters. There are no noble wars, only noble warriors.

Please pass this on to those who served during this time and those who may care.

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