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what's with all the cryptics synchs involving Colonel Sanders??

I recall that KFC was where the planning began for the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989.

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i would be relieved if someone could help me figure this out, are any of you as puzzled as I about the significance of KFC in relation to 2012?

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Colonel Sanders is makes an appearance in the Futurama episode where Fry travel back to the year 2012. Very strange episode where he falls in love with a unicorn/dolphin hybrid.

i think the current data has suggested that 2012 is the end of an 11 year mega ritual, corresponding to the solar maximum minimum cycle. with an event on both sides of the period like bookends.

do the souls returning to the source open up gates, is this the dark methodology???

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Yum! foods makes some of the worst stuff out there. You've heard of the "Food Bomb"? For some reason when Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, etc. move into a country the rate of riots and rebellions goes down tremendously. It's a pacifier.

Here's a collection I made of all the Yum! Foods logos:
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strange site i just found:
Colonel Sanders "Virtual Leader Construct"
http://www.peaceaware.com/McD/
Antenarrative Theory. The past creates a narrative into the future, the future is renarrating the past to try and appeal to the newer generations.
http://www.peaceaware.com/McD/pages/Antenarrative_Double_Helix.htm

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He is a popular grafiti item in japan. Reminds me of the Andre the Giant phase. http://farm1.static.flickr.com/102/299772383_9c8f3181a1_o.jpg

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uncyclopedia (all false)
http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Colonel_Sanders

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I saw this in "Due Date". It's Ethan Tremblay posing and looking like Colonel Sanders in one of the photos he shows to Peter Highman in the car.

Peter asks Ethan if he's a neuroscientist in this picture (Ethan's an actor). He says that no, he is Malcolm X.


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I wonder if it has anything to do with the food bill S.510 (has to do with eggs, chickens, your right to have a garden etc). I hear that it's passage has been delayed until after Thanksgiving now...

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The S.510 vote on November 17 was simply to allow cloture (limit debate period); the vote on November 18 has moved S.510 to the Senate floor for a vote.

S.510 presents a major threat to

* the local food movement,

* States' autonomy to regulate food, and

* America's ability to be self-sufficient in food production.

S.510 will significantly increase the power of FDA, an agency which has stated on public record that the American people have no ''fundamental right to their own bodily and physical health" and "do not have a fundamental right to obtain any food they wish".

Call the Capitol Switchboard at 202-224-3121; ask to be connected to your Senator's office.

OR

Go to http://www.Congress.org <http://www.Congress.org> and

Enter your zip code on the right side under "Get Involved" and click "Go"

Click on your Senators' names then click the "Contact" tab to get the office phone number(s)




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f you're an American and you haven't yet taken action to halt S.510, please read this urgent article now:
http://www.naturalnews.com/030418_Food_ ... seeds.html


In other news, Wendy's has now rolled out "natural-cut fries" with sea salt. Is this a new trend towards healthier options in the fast food industry?
http://www.naturalnews.com/030423_Wendy ... fries.html


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In other news, Wendy's has now rolled out "natural-cut fries" with sea salt. Is this a new trend towards healthier options in the fast food industry?
http://www.naturalnews.com/030423_Wendy ... fries.html


Remember the "scare" about French Fries and Cancer-causing Acrylamide? They told us one of the methods by a major fast food company for creating fries was dangerous. Nobody would SAY which company's fries were dangerous and it was all handled behind the scenes. Then the story vanished.

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2009 ... ood-safety

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Lite, I think you are right. Obama resonator Pepsi started off owning Yum! brands, with Taco Bell, Pizza Hit, and KFC.

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Yum! president David C. Novak is a director of J.P. Morgan Chase, largest shareholder in the NY FED which is in turn the largest shareholder in the US Federal Reserve. Before that he was Chief Operating officer of Pepsi-Co North America.

J.P. Morgan basically owns the Obama administration.

You notice it's only the megacorp "fortune 100" owned restaurants that ever have any problems with their food.
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Taco Bell linked to some of the 155 Salmonella Hartford and Baildon illnesses in 21 States
Posted by Bill Marler on August 05, 2010
Taco Bell Salmonella Outbreak

Yesterday afternoon I asked, "Will the CDC name Taco Bell as the "Mexican-style fast food restaurant chain" associated with some Salmonella Hartford and Baildon illnesses?" I asked that because we have been tracking several of the cases over the last several weeks. However, one confirmed case became ill only two weeks ago.

And, today we have confirmation via Phyllis Entis, MSc., SM(NRCM), Just call me Sherlock Holmes, at eFoodAlert that the "CDC, Washington State, confirm Taco Bell is "Restaurant Chain A." As Sherlock said:

In an email message sent just moments ago, Kristen Nordlund of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that Taco Bell is the national fast food Mexican style restaurant chain associated with Salmonella illnesses in 21 states.

Nordlund’s email was in reply to my request for confirmation of a report that I received from Gordon MacCracken of the Washington State Department of Health, who named Taco Bell as the restaurant chain identified by that state’s sole outbreak victim.

Taco Bell is a national Mexican-style fast food restaurant chain that is part of the Yum! Brands family. Other Yum! restaurant chains include KFC, Pizza Hut, A&W and Long John Silver. No other Yum! restaurant chain has been implicated in this Salmonella outbreak.

CDC reported last evening that 21 states had registered a total of 155 cases of salmonellosis. More than 60% of the people interviewed had eaten at "Restaurant Chain A" – now identified as Taco Bell. Seventy-five of the outbreak victims were infected with Salmonella Hartford; eighty with Salmonella Baildon. No single food or ingredient has been determined to be responsible for the outbreak.

Great Job Sherlock. Oregon too ties a Salmonella illness to Taco Bell. Here is the breakdown by state:

75 Salmonella Hartford illnesses since April 1. The breakdown by state is Colorado (1 ill), Georgia (1 ill), Illinois (5), Indiana (11), Kentucky (23), Massachusetts (2), Michigan (3), Montana (1), North Carolina (1), New Hampshire (1), New York (1), Ohio (19), Pennsylvania (1), South Carolina (1) and Wisconsin (4).

80 Salmonella Bialdon illnesses since May 1. The number of ill people identified in each state with this strain is as follows: Connecticut (1), Georgia (1), Iowa (1), Illinois (20), Indiana (4), Kentucky (5), Massachusetts (1), Michigan (4), Minnesota (5), New Jersey (6), New Jersey (2), Ohio (6), Oregon (1), Washington (1) and Wisconsin (22).



where I come from that's called racketeering. Selling substandard frequently tainted food, and them lobbying the government to regulate your competition out off business.

Millions Spent Lobbying Food Safety

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Yum! Brands, the parent company of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC and other chains, spent $360,000 lobbying about nutrition disclosure, a paid sick leave bill, S. 510, and other food safety legislation. Taco Bell was recently linked to an outbreak that has resulted in at least 155 people with Salmonella, and has been sued on behalf of at least one victim. The amount of money they spent this quarter more than doubled the $150,000 they spent in the first quarter of 2010.





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I remember hearing someone (Michael Tsarion I think) saying that the architecture of fast food joints kfc in particular are designed to resemble churches........


this is an old thread that started from a wink from KFC
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In an interview a long time ago Ozzy Osbourne mentions the occult, and calls out Colonel Sanders twice.

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PETA Ads featuring a sadistic Colonel Sanders:



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A bit more about Bill S510. (hmmm...5+1 is 6 and there are 6 key items in the bill) It seems it might be more about seeds. Then people are reduced to having to eat KFC. :cry: The claim made in the following article states that "the list of six items (agricultural water, manure, harvesting, transporting and seed cleaning equipment, and seed storage facilities) contains the pieces to deconstruct farming itself, especially organic farming":
http://foodfreedom.wordpress.com/2009/0 ... lize-them/

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How can they make such vital (seed-cleaning) equipment illegal? Quietly, first of all, so as not to alert organic farmers who have a lot of political ties. And by saying it contaminates food. And by applying their innocent and reasonable sounding “minimum standards.”

“Contaminate” is their favorite word since the public fears the deadly contamination that industry itself – not farmers – has caused.  That fear is valuable.  Scare the public and it is easy to get “food safety standards” set without anyone reading them.  39 progressive co-sponsors leap on, thinking this is about “food safety.” But it is only about the use of “food safety,” not the reality of it.

For to eliminate seed cleaning equipment, the FDA simply sets minimum “food safety” standards for seed cleaning (the simple separation of seed from plant) such that a farmer would need a million to a million and a half dollar building and/or equipment to meet the new requirements … per line of seed.

On the ground, where reality lives, a farmer in the Midwest who has been seed cleaning flax for 40 years with his hand made seed cleaner now can’t sell his flax on the market anymore.  Never mind there are NO instances of anyone ever having gotten sick from seed cleaning equipment.  And a farmer in another part of the Midwest who has been cleaning wheat, corn and soy for years with one single perfectly fine piece of equipment would now need three to four and half million dollars for three separate pieces of equipment, in order to satisfy the “food safety” standards.

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This game playing about “food safety” standards – one to eliminate farmers by setting the bar so high no one can climb, and one to protect industry by setting the bar so low nothing need be done – is nothing new but now it is being suddenly extended to seeds.  And it comes with penalties that make bankrupting farmers in an instant, very easy.

The effort to eliminate both seed cleaners and seed cleaning equipment tips us off to who is behind this (shhh) and to this new means of controlling seeds and makes it possible to see just a few suspect words in this bill, and sense where things are heading.

Organic farmers are not aware of any of this happening.  It appears the organic community is being treated with kid gloves until HR 875 and related bills should be passed, coddled so they don’t get wise to what’s afoot.  And they are too disconnected from traditional farmers to be aware of how the USDA has been tromping on them for years.

So organic farmers have missed the handwriting on the wall for themselves.

Plus, plain ol’ farmers have a history of no one listening to them, which is too bad in general but now it’s blatantly dangerous because it is they who are the ones bringing the warning that these bills are not just bad but deadly.  The organic community, lulled by its own seeming safety, hasn’t heard or understood.

.....  Farmer is either crushed by that pincer move, or quits.  Either way, his land is up for grabs.

And those severe punishments are essential to control groups which will see the whole thing for what it is – insane in terms of farming and anything to do with health, a threat to survival, and driven solely by profit and power.

So, one crucial piece of equipment (seed cleaning) is illegal now and without most people realizing.  And simply because a single “foods safety” bar has been raised.

In time, as more and more farmers are forbidden from using their equipment, significant sources of organic seeds will begin to dry up, at which point the organic community would begin to ask what was going on. By then, it will be too late.

Why?  Because look at the last item on the list – (seed) storing facilities.

Farmers, gardeners, seed saving exchanges, seed companies, scientific seed projects, and seed banks, all require sorting.  All are working overtime to protect biodiversity that is rapidly disappearing specifically because of genetic engineering.  As Monsanto began reducing access to seeds, people around the world have worked hard to compensate.

But now the effort is to take over the whole game, going after even these small sources of biodiversity – by simply defining seeds as food and then all farmers’ affordable mechanisms for harvesting (collecting), sorting (seed cleaning) andstoring (seed banking or saving) as too dirty to be safe for food.

Set the standard for “food safety” and certification high enough that no one can afford it and punish anyone who tries to save seed in ways that have worked fine for thousands of years, with a million dollar a day fine and/or ten years in prison, and presto, you have just criminalized seed banking.

The penalties are tremendous, ... reducing us to abject dependence on corporations for food and gratitude even for genetically engineered food and at any price.

When you know that Monsanto with the help of the US government plundered ancient and rare seed banks in Iraq that held seeds with a genetic heritage (a biohistory belonging to all of us) going back thousands of years and then made it a crime for farmers there to collect or use their own normal and non-patented seeds off their own land, you see how extreme the intent to control is.

Now, perhaps it is possible to see how the identical thing is being done here, only it comes in a heavily disguised way – through “food safety” that isn’t “food safety” at all – and quietly sits in only one tiny little paragraph within a very large bill (and with no reference to seeds at all).

The Iraqis are now utterly at the mercy of Monsanto and the US for survival itself and will have to pay whatever prices are set for food.  They can no longer just grow their own and be free people.  So, no matter what form of government they may ever have, as long as this is true, they are now enslaved because the control over them is that extreme.  Kissinger was right – control food and you control people.

We are inches from this ourselves.  The Left needs to wake up.

In Afghanistan, people are buying and planting beans from America which at the end of the season have nothing whatever inside, the pods are empty.  In Ecuador, the potatoes do not develop eyes so can’t be planted next season to grow more potatoes.

Biotech’s claim to care about feeding starving multitudes is belied by its blocking human access to normal seeds and its terminator technology (empty beans).  Monopoly is monopoly is monopoly.  And at this level, and when it comes to seeds which are life itself, monopoly terminates democracy as well as beans.

This trick of setting bars above any ability to be in the game was done to blacks and in realizing this, we must hold Obama accountable for pushing these bills which are profound civil and human rights abuses.

Click here <http://www.opednews.com/articles/Farming--Why-Obama-s-gove-by-Linn-Cohen-Cole-090125-421.html> .

There are three other items of the list which surely will be controlled as well.  In total, that little list of six items (agricultural water, manure, harvesting, transporting and seed cleaning equipment, and seed storage facilities) contains the pieces to deconstruct farming itself, especially organic farming.


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okay, this old kfc commercial seems like some kind of twisted Col. Sander's/KFC ritual or worship :lol



and this one is odd

translation: according to a comment on youtube
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Translation: Remember back to the time where 800 men died defending the Si Hang storage; What made then so fired up with passion? Its the national flag!!! And also Passion Wings (The chicken kabob advertised above) KFC Passion wings specially select the chicken's Pride Wing (Just plain old wing emphasized) with added smoky flavor. Mmmmmm its a heart-stopping taste!

Commander: Its good!

Soldiers: Passion Wings can further moralize us!

Kentucky Passions wings new to the market!


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