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When I film, I feel like the camera protects me. But its an illusion. Emad Burnat, West Bank Palestinian and co-director, 5 Broken Cameras
A commander or an officer sees a camera and becomes a diplomat, calculating every rubber bullet, every step. Its intolerable; were left utterly exposed. The cameras are our kryptonite. Israeli soldier, infantry brigade
To some degree, the conflict in Judea and Samaria has become a camera war. West Bank settler
When Israeli security forces arrived in the middle of the night at the Tamimi house in Nabi Salih, the occupied West Bank, the family was already in bed. The raid was not unexpected, as news had traveled around the village on that day in January 2011: Soldiers were coming to houses at night, demanding that young children be roused from sleep to be photographed for military records (to assist, they said, in the identification of stone throwers). Bilal Tamimi, Nabi Salihs most experienced videographer, had his own camcorder at the ready by his bedside table when he was awoken by the knock on the door. His sometimes shaky footage, drowsiness and concern for his children making his hand unsteady, subsequently ran on Israels evening news programs, the video provided by the Israeli human rights organization BTselem as part of its effort to document army abuses in the Occupied Territories. The footage told two stories, testifying to the increasing use of photography both by the army as a means of counterinsurgency and by Palestinians under occupation for evidence and self-protection. In the West Bank today, cameras are ubiquitous, as is the usage of social media as a means of online witnessing. Both are deemed nothing less than political necessities, the sine qua non of political claims in the networked court of public opinion.
Cameras have long played a central role in the Israeli military occupation of the Palestinian territories — their importance dramatized in 5 Broken Cameras, the joint Palestinian-Israeli production nominated for an Academy Award for best documentary. Today, one finds cameras of various kinds and degrees of technological sophistication in the hands of the Israeli army, whose film unit dates to the occupations early years; Palestinian residents; activists and NGOs operating in the territories; Israeli human rights groups and anti-occupation activists; and organized bands of Israeli settlers (enabled by a rabbinical ruling that authorized filming on Shabbat).  Cameras, of course, are also embedded in the surveillance infrastructure of the military occupation itself, mounted on drones, checkpoints and the separation barrier. As the above list suggests, cameras serve many competing political agendas, employed by the military for both official security measures and personal displays of militarized bravado (as evidenced by the February viral Instagram scandal, when a soldier posted aestheticized photos of a Palestinian boy in a rifles crosshairs), and by Palestinians under occupation and their anti-occupation allies as a means of deterrence and protest.
As in other political theaters, most players in the Israeli-Palestinian media field shoot video, chiefly with camera phones, and disseminate the footage via social media such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Video is deemed not merely a political advantage within this theater but a requirement — despite the debates about video veracity that almost always ensue, often fueled by charges of technical manipulation or politically motivated editing.  The technological playing field is highly uneven. Israel boasts some of the worlds highest rates of Internet penetration and social media savvy, while Palestinians are constrained by the regulation of their telecommunications infrastructure, over which Israel exercises considerable control by the terms of the Oslo accords.
BTselem launched its camera project in 2007 in the West Bank city of Hebron, site of some of the fiercest confrontations between Palestinian residents and militant settlers. Unexpectedly, the Hebron footage went viral. Since that initial success, the organization has distributed hundreds of video cameras to Palestinians living in high-conflict areas of the Occupied Territories, enabling them to record firsthand their frequent abuse at the hands of Israeli security forces and neighboring settler populations.
Today, the proliferation of camera equipment in activist theaters across the globe usually yields a tale of liberation technology — a variant of the digital democracy narrative echoed so frequently in the first months of the Arab revolts, positing new media technologies as naturally suited to progressive grassroots activism. The case of Israel-Palestine, with cameras on all sides of the occupations political divides, tells a more complicated story, suggesting the highly variable political functions and futures that new technologies can serve.
The village of Nabi Salih in the occupied West Bank is a focal point of Palestinian protest against the Israeli separation barrier. Since 2009, the village has held a weekly non-violent demonstration that, on any given Friday, draws residents from across Palestine, as well as tens of Israeli and international solidarity activists. International journalists also number heavily at these demonstrations, their presence sometimes outmatching that of the foreign activists. Given the political import and visibility of this weekly demonstration, and the global media coverage that can result, the Israeli security forces have endeavored to stop it and violent dispersals with tear gas, pepper spray and beatings are common, as are raids on households suspected of participation. 
Bilal Tamimi, 46, affiliated with BTselem in 2010. At the time, he was the only active cameraman in Nabi Salih, as few residents had camera phones or Internet access. He began filming in clandestine fashion, perhaps shielded by a porch or awning, in an effort to avoid detection. Soon, political necessity dictated a retreat from the shadows, and Bilal began filming demonstrations and arrests from the ground, in full view of the military. Thereafter, Bilals camera was always at the ready, sitting next to his bed, in accordance with his personal pledge to document everything pertaining to the villages struggle with the security forces.
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My (and Mr. Bison's) reaction to the illinois senate passing the gay marriage bill
I just found out that the illinois senate passed the gay marriage bill today. Being someone who thinks that anyone should be able to marry anyone else (WITH CONESNT FROM BOTH SIDES or course), regardless of race, gender, religion, or even genetic relation (provided both parties are old enough to makes decisions for themselves), this news makes me quite thrilled. How thrilled am I you ask? Well let's just have Mr. Bison tell you for me. ` Citations: ` Origional video: www.youtube.com ` Original uploader: InternetMemeOriginal ` Original video title: Meme – Mr. Bison: “Yes! Yes!” activistvictor activist victor “gay marriage illinois” “Mr. Bison” “Yes yes” “M. Bison” “mr. bison meme” “m. bison meme” “m. bison yes” “m. bison yes yes” “m. bision yes!” “m. bison yes! yes!”
By Todd Feathers, Globe Correspondent
Law student Michael Corliss thought he was just being a law nerd when he chose a passage from the landmark Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court gay marriage decision for a friend to read at his August wedding ceremony.
But it turned out that Corliss and his bride, Amelia Neptune, both 28, were not alone.
Portions of the decision in Goodridge v. Department of Public Health, the 2003 ruling that made Massachusetts the first state to recognize same-sex marriages, have become common wedding readings among both same-sex and heterosexual couples in Massachusetts and beyond, several local wedding celebrants said.
Passages from the decision are also being recommended on at least one Internet wedding-planning website.
I was surprised by how moving it actually is. You wouldnt think it when you read it, but when its said in the context of a wedding its very powerful, said Kezia Bacon, the Boston wedding celebrant who organized Corliss and Neptunes nuptials.
The passages in the opinion written by Margaret H. Marshall, the courts chief justice at the time, are neither obscure nor legalistic. They had the celebrants throwing around words like beautiful, flowing, and powerful.
Civil marriage is at once a deeply personal commitment to another human being and a highly public celebration of the ideals of mutuality, companionship, intimacy, fidelity, and family, a key passage reads. Because it fulfills yearnings for security, safe haven, and connection that express our common humanity, civil marriage is an esteemed institution, and the decision whether and whom to marry is among lifes momentous acts of self-definition.
Corliss, a Milton native who got married in his hometown and is now in law school in Illinois, said the words struck him because they were unusually poetic for a legal document and marked an unprecedented victory for same-sex marriage advocates like himself.
Wedding celebrants, who design the ceremonies for weddings and, in some jurisdictions, officiate at them, said the passage is as trendy at modern weddings as origami invitations and handing out fake mustaches at the reception to look funny in the photos. The passage is especially popular at same-sex weddings, they said.
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MAX KEISER: FINANCE TERRORIST – Hector Sants knighted
Subscribe here for the latest worldwide news www.youtube.com Thanks for watching In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the newly knighted, Sir Hector Sants, the catastrophic ambition of global bank fraud and the merger of the police state and the banks in the suppression of Occupy Wall Street. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to 'the Thomas Jefferson of the internet,' John Perry Barlow about his new website, pressfreedomfoundation.org, started with John Cusack and Daniel Ellsberg and dedicated to circumventing financial blockades and, thus, enabling donations to such groups as Wikileaks and others dedicated to transparency and journalism.
American salary = Chinese salary.
Watch the full Keiser Report 386 on Saturday. In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert argue over whether things are looking better or worse for the American worker. While Stacy argues that the return of some manufacturing is a sign that wealth creating jobs may return to the US, Max counters that the system is so corrupt that the chances of labor getting any cut of the wealth is nil and that the internet giants will prevent the rise of a powerful decentralized economy online. In the second half, Max Keiser talks to Professor Jonathan Feldman about the Global Teach-In and about a boycott and short sale campaign and creating an industrial policy for America because right now the US even outsources some military production to China.From:ph25viViews:0 0ratingsTime:01:18More inEntertainment
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American salary = Chinese salary
www.youtube.com/SupperNewsTv Watch the full Keiser Report 386 on Saturday. In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert argue over whether things are looking better or worse for the American worker. While Stacy argues that the return of some manufacturing is a sign that wealth creating jobs may return to the US, Max counters that the system is so corrupt that the chances of labor getting any cut of the wealth is nil and that the internet giants will prevent the rise of a powerful decentralized economy online. In the second half, Max Keiser talks to Professor Jonathan Feldman about the Global Teach-In and about a boycott and short sale campaign and creating an industrial policy for America because right now the US even outsources some military production to China. RT LIVE rt.com Subscribe to RT! www.youtube.com Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com Follow us on Twitter twitter.com Follow us on Google+ plus.google.com RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 500 million YouTube views benchmark.From:SupperNewsTvViews:0 0ratingsTime:01:18More inNews Politics
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The Alex Jones Show – Monday, November 26, 2012, Part 1
Obama's Secret Police State Powers Via Cybersecurity Directive:Today on this live Sunday, November 25, 2012 edition, Alex Jones covers the stress points on society, with another Black Friday demonstrating how fragile order can be, and how quickly things would break down in the event of civil unrest. Meanwhile, Ron Paul has defended a growing secessionist sentiment sweeping across the country, even as the tyrannical feds clamp down with more drones, checkpoints and propaganda. Also, healthcare workers have been fired for refusing to take flu shots; Obama's latest secret directive on cybersecurity grants new police state powers over the Internet; and the hoax surrounding the official account of Bin Laden's death continues to unravel. Alex welcomes your calls and comments. FEMA To Mobilize For “Mass Fatality Planning”: www.infowars.com The Obama Deception: youtu.be Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement: youtu.be Fall Of the Republic: youtu.be Police State 4: The Rise Of FEMA: youtu.be Harvard Study Finds Fluoride Lowers IQ – Published in Federal Gov't Journal: www.reuters.com www.prisonplanet.com Exclusive: Bilderberg 1966 Data Dump — The War on Nationalism Exposed: All files in ZIP format (31.1 MB): static.infowars.com www.infowars.com Leaked Bilderberg Documents: “Nationalism Is Dangerous”: www.infowars.com Yes, The Re-Education Camp Manual Does Apply Domestically to US Citizens: www.infowars.com Leaked US Army Document Outlines Plan For Re-Education Camps In America …From:TheLibertydefinedViews:758 3ratingsTime:01:28:05More inEducation
By Richard Meek
EDGARD Residents of the West Bank of St. John the Baptist Parish may finally have high speed Internet service through Comcast.
Or perhaps not.
That confusion was at the center of a grilling by parish council members to Comcast Director of Operations Michael Davenport on Tuesday night during the council meeting in Edgard.
Council members raised a number of concerns and questions to Davenport, who responded to all and even sprung a bit of a surprise, saying all customers will have to obtain converter boxes to continue with Comcast.
Councilman Art Smith began the lengthy discussion by saying Comcast has been making promises since February but quality has not improved.
The service is unacceptable at this point, said Smith, who added that he still does not have accessibility to high speed Internet service.
Davenport quickly responded, saying the service went online this past week, but Smith said when he called Tuesday he was told it was not available and was given no date as to its availability
(The rep) said they dont know when it is going to happen, Smith said. That is of 4 p.m. today.
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Obama's American Shangri La 2012…
Congratulations USA citizens you voted in the man who will bring America to ruin, allowing abortion, gay marriage, poverty and nasty hateful female feminists who continue to blame men for all woes…destroying more of the Constitution and taking our rights away…All photos from the internet and free downloads..not my own…From:pacificoceanasiaViews:3 1ratingsTime:02:11More inEntertainment