Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Federal Gov't Ignoring Arizona Governor's Pleas to Secure Arizona Mexico Border


The Feds are ignoring letter pleas from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to do more to secure the Arizona Mexico border.

Brewer, said
"We just have been invaded so harshly by illegal immigrants and the drug cartels, I think it's important that we secure the borders. And I will continue to call on the federal government to step up and do the job that they are responsible for."
"It's pretty disturbing when you reach out to the federal government, the people that are there to protect us and protect our borders, {and} they don't even respond to the letters, they don't validate that they received it, they don't refuse that they're not going to come. It's just no comment. It's just a deaf ear."

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

The Attack of the Bitter Pine Nuts

I thought I'd give a heads up there are some bitter pine nuts on the market that are causing people to have symptoms of everything tasting bitter for days afterwards. I Googled "food tastes bitter symptom" and came up with a few blogs substantiating with hundreds of comments that pine nuts can cause taste disturbance symptoms up to several days and even weeks.

I've also been looking up about symptoms of heart disease. Considering heart disease is the second largest killer of women in my age group in the country, I've had a few symptoms I wanted to check out. For instance, I've experienced rapid heart beats in my dream state that were really scary. My heart was practically jumping out of my chest during a nightmare last year. When people have heart attacks, many simply suddenly collapse. Take for instance this Indian fellow in the middle of a live tv broadcast. One minute he's smiling, the next. . . .[WARNING, VIEWER MAY FIND THIS VIDEO DISTURBING]
So this man had a lovely smile one minute, and the next second his eyes rolled up in their sockets and he was gone. It reminded me of a guru's meditation practice. I notice gurus roll their eyes up in their sockets when they meditate to look up at God. The guru Paramahansa Yoganada, who I studied in the early 1980's at the self-realization fellowship near Malibu, California, died of a heart attack in the middle of presenting a live speaker int he 1950's.
In this video Paramahansa shows how he rolls his eyes upward when he wants to reach a higher consciousness. People just suddenly drop dead as if lightning hits them. Doesn't matter what age one is either. It can happen to anyone at any time.

Our bodies are really nothing more then machines. Like a computer they can suddenly have circuit overload and shut down for good.

Friday, March 26, 2010

A Narcissist Never Learns - A Mobius Strip Rules His False Reality

I don't know when the pathological narcissist's ever going to finally realize his lying may appear to get him somewhere except for the reality he's in a never ending loop of hopelessness. One might feel temporary jubilation at continually getting others to back stab, smear and humiliate his victim on his behalf, however these little battles mean very little. Not only will this narcissist never get any legal fees out of me, he's sinking himself in fighting a hopeless war he cannot possibly win.

Any attorney worth his wage would give the narcissist this kind of advice, "you can't win this, let go of it and move on." Mr. Narcissist has continually lied and misrepresented himself hoping to win and gain accolades with the authorities.
This is what a typical narcissist does because he hates losing and for his fake image to be tarnished. Someone with a real inner foundation of themselves doesn't care how many battles they lose because truth is on their side and that's all that really matters.

Endless Loop for the Loopy Minded - Lies Solve Nothing!
The endless loop continues because the lesson has not been learned by the perpetrator. Keep paying attorneys, keep putting money into it because you're not getting a cent from me. It's a losing battle. Give it up!


Nancy Pelosi Inspires Sanctions Against San Francisco

I think I understand now why Dems and liberals have taken so much heat from conservatives. I used to be a liberal and Democrat. Not anymore. I've been listening to radio commentator and documentary film maker Alex Jones at www.InfoWars.com and have since changed my views. Not that I've been brainwashed in any way, I've just seen the light. I also read the national bestseller Liberal Fascism by Jonah Goldberg that helped change my views.

People across the country are very upset with the health care reform bill. One blogger is organizing a sanction of Pelosi and the city of San Francisco that gave rise to her. Here's a peek:
"By way of threats, bribery and lies she and her henchmen have coordinated the most serious breech of Constitutional law in nearly 100 years; and she has done it all without exhibiting the slightest bit of remorse.

It is for this reason that I propose strong and crippling sanctions against the City of San Francisco. They must be made to hear the hue and cry of a nation that demands Nancy Pelosi be removed from office. Until they meet with our demands, we will cease to support their economy with our consumer dollars.

Tourism is the backbone of San Francisco’s economy. Any and all travel into or through San Francisco should cease. All conventions and seminars should be canceled. If any business trips are planned, accommodations should be arranged outside the city limits. Hotels and restaurants should be notified that they should no longer expect our patronage as long as Nancy Pelosi holds office.

A BOYCOTT of companies headquartered in San Francisco should begin immediately. Some of those companies include The Gap, Levis-Strauss, Gymboree, McKesson Pharmacies, Sega of America, Lucasfilm, Wells Fargo Bank, Ghiradelli, Del Monte Foods, Hills Brothers Coffee and Anchor Brewing Company among others. I suggest a comprehensive list of companies be compiled and posted on an independent website with a view counter to reflect how many have consulted the list. The Pelosi Sanction

This sentiment towards San Francisco is quite different from the days when the world contributed to its reconstruction and recovery after the 1906 earthquake. What this means is that bad politics can be potentially worse then a bad earthquake. Will Nancy Pelosi's rise in politics eventually cause San Francisco to suffer? Only time will tell.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

13 States File Lawsuit Against Health Care Bill as Unconstitutional

In response to an unprecedented infringement into Americans' choices and lives, a federal lawsuit was filed by Texas attorney General Greg Abbott on behalf of 13 other attorney generals contesting the constitutionality of the newly enacted Health Care Reform law.

The thirteen-state coalition, which includes Texas, Florida, South Carolina, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Washington, Colorado, Michigan, Utah, Alabama, South Dakota, and Idaho, filed its legal challenge in the Federal District Court in the Northern District of Florida. It was filed shortly after President Barack Obama signed the bill into law. The legal action specifically challenges the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and names the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services, Treasury and Labor as defendants because those federal agencies are charged with implementing the Act's constitutionally impermissible provisions.
California's attorney general Jerry Brown is also unenthusiastically looking into the constitutionality of the law.

In spite of whatever happens, I think ultimately when Americans learn about the details of what their misguided politicians have done on their behalf, they will simply not cooperate. It's much easier not to cooperate with the health care reform requirements then to follow them. I predict the government's new health plan will be difficult to enforce as multitudes of people will simply ignore its existence.


Desperate politicians do desperate things. This bill is one of those desperate things of elderly dying statesmen like Ted Kennedy who wanted to leave their mark on America prior to their deaths. It's even been reported Patrick Kennedy recently placed a note on his father's grave saying his work was done. So, this health care bill is really about misguided politicians, the historic mark they wished to leave on the nation and not about America's improved health care. It can be viewed as rather ominous Patrick Kennedy placed a note on a dead man's grave over American's new health care plan.

Nancy Pelosi, whose in her 70's, obviously needed some historic mark to leave our country. Pelosi's primarily responsible for why this bill survived and ultimately became law.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

America R.I.P. 1776-2010



A rather young woman discusses why she believes America died on March 21, 2010. As for me, I agree with her.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Bank Failures Gain Steam in 2010 Outpacing 2009

The media is keeping the bad news under the public radar that U.S. bank collapses are accelerating. The largest bank to recently fail in California is La Jolla Bank FSB in La Jolla, California.

La Jolla Bank FSB in California was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. It had 10 branches, $3.6 billion in assets and $2.8 billion in deposits. Its deposits and assets were taken over by OneWest Bank in Pasadena in a deal that is expected to cost the insurance fund $882.3 million. OneWest and the FDIC will share the losses on failed bank loans and other assets of approximately $3.3 billion.

Like the Titanic gradually imploded into the sea, so is the U.S. banking system. In February, 2010, bank failures surged 25% in one week. The banking system is gradually hemorrhaging. Smart people will make sure to invest in precious metals, long term food storage, survival gear and prepare for the worst. Banks could very well prevent withdrawals from accounts with a banking holiday.



Based on what I've read and listened to the past several months, including that of top trends forecaster Gerald Celente, 2010 is going to be a year of economic collapse. Key states including California and Illinois are on the verge of bankruptcy.




After the health care bill was passed on March 21, 2010, Congressman Ron Paul predicted the United States will go into bankruptcy. "Obamacare will be repealed by bankruptcy" Paul proclaimed.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Temporary Restraining Order Issued Against Edmond Wollmann March 15, 2010

For any visitor familiar with the long ongoing absurd dispute I have with a complete stranger who is in denial as if he's an angel up in heaven void of any wrong doing on the Internet against me or anyone else -- a temporary restraining order was issued on my behalf by the San Francisco Superior Court on March 15, 2010 against Edmond Wollmann.

I've been told I submitted so much supporting evidence that ther
e is no hope the cyber stalker and harasser will be able to overcome a permanent restraining order.

Maybe he will finally leave me alone.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Singer Andy Williams Right On About Obama's Marxism

Of all things, if wonders never cease! I could hardly believe singer Andy Williams is still alive and kicking in 2010! It was only a a few months ago the singer accused Obama of being a Marxist wanting to destroy America. Boy was he ever right! With great age sometimes does come wisdom.

Obama is a total fraud whose real name he has admitted being Barry something or other. Obama wasn't even born in the United States! Obama's paid out $1.5 million dollars to attorneys to cover-up he's not a natural born US citizen for a lawsuit filed against him. Obama was born in Kenya.

I grew up listening to my mother's Andy Williams' albums and watching his television music show in the 1960's. I consider Andy Williams a great singer for his phrasing and sensitive approach to music. In retrospect, Barry Manilow's remake of Love Story on his latest CD in 2010 came way too late in Barry's career to do the Andy Williams' original version justice. The timing isn't quite right for Barry Manilow to make a good remake of the original.


Andy Williams was a great singer in my book being higly underrated in our culture today. I'm sure Barry Manilow was influenced by Andy Williams as well. It's too bad Manilow waited too late in his career to perform his latest 2010 CD honoring the greatest love songs of all time. What I miss in the music is real string players and stellar arrangements. Manilow's performance of Love Story on YouTube was painful to watch. Manilow's reduced himself to Karaoke that probably wouldn't make a first cut for American Idol. Out of respect for Barry Manilow, I won't post the video here.


Andy Williams is a testament to the growing probability human beings can become immortal living forever. Just look at his photo! Singing keeps people young if they stick with the right kind of music. Like I say, I can hardly believe Andy Williams is still alive in 2010 let alone outing Obama as a fraud President and a Marxist.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

On Second Thought, CourtCall Use Seems Potentially Damaging to Testimony

The jury's out on whether court calling using www.CourtCall.com, rather then appearing at a hearing, is effective. It seems the courts make money from the court calls but I question whether it can be harmful to a person's case to appear that way. It's impersonal and difficult because there's no body language or communication cues. It's easy for a judge to be impersonal and treat you like a non-person as just a voice over a speaker phone.

I think maybe CourtCalls should be used sparingly by legal professionals and really important hearings should be attended in person. Court's don't care either way as long as they get their money. I really do think legal professionals should be careful overusing CourtCall to save on their travel expenses.
Hello, what was that you say? I can't hear you! Maybe it's because ya'll are descending into the pit of hell of a sinking failed state called California. That is, a state where the Mexican military just flies into its airspace without a care of the U.S. government. A state that's the worst in the country for public education. A state that has to give its court system a holiday each month because it can't afford to pay its BAD male chauvinist pig judges.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Tax Deadline Madness Looms Ahead

Yahoo! I just completed my taxes and business deductions for 2009 and am relieved I had enough deductions to reduce my taxes significantly. I also had capital losses I could use when I sold my gold coins for a loss the same year. The deduction is $3,000!

Yesterday I was about to drop the returns in the mail without the capital loss deduction when it suddenly dawned on me as I headed out the door I could include capital losses on Schedule D! It was very simple to do and saved me $800 in taxes. I proceeded to rewrite a check to the IRS for $800 less than I had only 30 minutes prior. Had I later learned to have missed such a significant deduction, I would have been very upset to say the least. I could have amended the return of course, but doing so is always a red flag for the IRS for possible audits.

I had started out doing my taxes with the free e-filing forms the IRS offers on its site only to learn the calculating math sections are buggy. I then turned to Turbo Tax, something I used last year for a more simpler return, but decided to file the old fashioned way.
Here's the reason why; I believe Turbo Tax is dangerous to use for more complex tax filings.

Turbo Tax software isn't as complex as one might expect. Turbo leads you to believe taxes done its way will be fast and simple with its internal guidance feature, but I believe it poses a danger to tax payers to depend far too much on the software itself. They also lie claiming filing with Turbo is "free". Not so! You'll not only pay to use the software, but pay a $50 fee to file electronically.

I used to have an accountant do my taxes but decided I could do them myself to save a few hundred dollars. My accountant was great to call up with tax questions he'd answer at no charge. However today's Internet, along with various self-help tax books, allows answers in a matter of minutes. My former accountant's one of those ole fashioned professionals who has no email address or website. I'd have to mail my returns and wait 4 weeks, then be charged at least $300.

Thanks to PDFs and the Internet providing all the information at one's fingertips, doing one's own taxes and deductions is doable. The only question that remains is, does the IRS tend to trust accountant's work over the tax payer doing their own returns much like judges give more credence to attorneys then pro pers (self represented) people? Is there a special protection that comes with using an accountant who signs the return? Only time will tell.

Monday, March 8, 2010

California Ranks #48 in Public Education Thanks to Proposition 13

It's interesting to note the primary cause of the dramatic deterioration of California's public education system began when I was back in high school. Within 7 days of my graduation in 1978, Proposition 13 was passed. Back then we had music, sports and performing arts programs along with all kinds of other extra curricular school activities. I remember our music director expressing great fear over the proposition for his job. Over 30 years later, as predicted by many, the proposition steadily caused California to become a failed public education state:
California public schools, which in the 1960s had been ranked nationally as among the best, have fallen to 48th in many surveys of student achievement. Some have disputed Proposition 13's direct role in the move to state financing of public schools, because schools financed mostly by property taxes were declared unconstitutional in Serrano vs. Priest, and Proposition 13 was then passed partially as a result of that case. California's spending per pupil was the same as the national average until about 1985, when it began dropping, which led to another referendum, that requires a certain percentage of the state's budget to be directed towards education. Wikipedia
This state's a mess all thanks to politicians. There are also far too many attorneys in this state contributing to the mess. California used to be a nice place to live. Not anymore.

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Oscar Time - Remembering The Big Claw (1957)



It's Oscar's time again! This may be the best year for movie animation ever. Here's some interesting film trivia showing how far special effects in movies have come:

The Giant Claw (1957)

A monster movie about a giant bird "...as big as a battleship" starring Jeff Morrow as a pilot. The Giant Claw has gone down in history as one of the worst movies ever made, with some referring it as "The Citizen Kane of bad B-movies", mainly because of its terrible special effects. The bird in particular is considered one of history's worst movie monsters, being an unconvincing marionette puppet with a very odd face. The film is riddled with stock footage, making continuity a serious issue. Jeff Morrow, the star of the film, went to a screening of the movie; the audience laughed and sneered when they saw the ridiculous bird monster, and reportedly Morrow walked home drunk. This was the only "worst B-movie" to be distributed by a major motion picture studio,[citation needed] which featured it on a double bill with The Night the World Exploded. Plan 9 from Outer Space was hailed by The Golden Turkey Awards as the "Worst Film Ever."

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Singing the Process Server Blues!

Yesterday was a very interesting terrifying day in so many ways I thought I'd share it. First, I'd like to say that I don't intend on being a process server for much longer. I envisioned serving legal documents in my local area to businesses for law firms. Thus far I've had individuals contact me from far away to serve at places I really don't want to find myself in.

Behind Bars on Friday Morning at the SF County Jail!

For instance, yesterday morning I was at the SF County jail waiting for a officer
to deliver papers and get a signature from someone behind bars! The waiting area I was in made me feel I was behind bars. I waited 10 minutes behind the waiting area's bars to deliver papers. I don't care what anyone says, is it worth $40 to find one's self standing in a cage at the SF Jail on a Friday morning? I don't think so.

Even when you're searching for an independent life style working for yourself, our system still manages to find ways to make you feel imprisoned in ways I never would have imagined. -Cheryl Meril

Suddenly I'm Whisked onto the 101 Freeway Against My Will

The other example of my day yesterday is I had to serve divorce papers to a teacher at Mission High School in San Francisco. I was told he was never home and it would b
e best to find him at school. I called administration and confirmed he was there, then hopped in a Zip Car to deliver the papers. It should have been easy to drive there, but Google Maps didn't indicate the route it advised would inadvertently place me on the on ramp to the 101 freeway to San Jose! Suddenly I'm whisked onto the freeway when I was intending on turning right on 16th Street per the directions. There was an on-ramp that came out of nowhere I was forced onto and the terror began!

For those who may be following this blog, it should be clear by now, I'm terrified of driving on the freeways so I don't.
I was also under pressure because I had to complete my task of serving papers in one hour or face a $50 fee for returning the Zip Car late. If you are as much as 5 minutes late, Zip tacks on a serious fee that would have caused me to suffer a loss on the serve. When I ended up on the freeway, I was so terrified because I don't like high speeds I get vertigo from. My hands often go numb and I become panicked being on the freeway. I fear I could pass out under certain circumstances such as being on a bridge where there's no exit or means to pull off the road.

Back to High School - Barely Got Out With My Head

Anyway, I was fortunate after having been on the freeway for 5 minutes there was a turnoff that led me back to where I needed to be. It took an extra 15 minutes but I got there, not realizing I parked blocking someone's driveway. I then ran up to the school not being able to find the entrance after trying several doors. When I arrived, I asked the administrator to summon the teacher who came down in about 10 minutes to get the papers. He was very upset and called me into a private area to say "are you serving me?" I told him yes. He looked like he wanted to rip my head off but restrained himself and walked away.

As I had waited for the teacher, I looked around the hallway at Mission High School a bit and was appalled to say the least. What's happened to the public schools? Awfully nice building and grounds though. I wouldn't have wanted my kids attending that school that looked pretty scary to be in had I had any. Let's put it this way, it wasn't any "Pleasantville" school campus one would have observed during other generations. It looked very scary primarily because there was no overall behavioral discipline evident among the students I could observe.

At Least I Didn't Get a Parking Ticket

I finally got back to the car and realized I was fortunate not to have received a ticket for parking illegally. I had blocked an apartment building driveway without realizing it! I ended up getting the Zip Car back with one minute to spare. Had I received a parking ticket I would have taken a huge loss of $150 because Zip Car also penalizes you for getting a parking ticket on one of their vehicles.

So, I don't think this is the kind of work I'd like to do on a regular basis. I'd prefer to pick and choose what kind of process of services I wish to perform for customers I work on legal forms for in the future. I don't want to be predisposed to these environments and angry people again.

I'm Sorry (i.e., Please Don't Kill Me!)

I've actually apologized to certain people I've served devastating lawsuits to. One said "you don't need to apologize, it's your job." The truth is, not really. It's kind of, sort of my job but I don't have to do this work if I don't want to. I thought it might be interesting work. It's turning out that I don't like what I'm being exposed to lately.

Another example is a couple I had to serve papers to a few months ago in a condo in the outskirts of San Francisco refused to cooperate. This means I had to eventually serve the grounds' security guard who also didn't want to accept the papers so I placed them in his windshield wipers. It was extremely cold and windy near the water and I was on foot so it was a strange eerie experience to have to go there several times only for them to tell me on the intercom they didn't want to receive the documents.
The first time I delivered papers to the man, but the wife was a real problem to serve. The intercom voice responded "she's away for a month in Tahiti". Uh huh. . .

A Good Young Person's Job

Some people make a lot of money process serving. It can be a lucrative business with very little investment. This may have been something I would have prospered from in my 20's or 30's. This is the kind of work younger people need to get into to have their own independence. I don't understand why more young people don't get into it.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Second Wave of Mortgage Defaults Coming in 2010

Quoting End of the American Dream blog:
"The housing crash of 2008/2009 was one of the biggest financial disasters in American history. Approximately 6 million homes have been foreclosed on by lenders in just the last three years alone as millions of American families watched their hopes for achieving the American Dream go up in smoke. Since early 2008, approximately 60 million U.S. homes have lost a combined 5 trillion dollars in value."
The Massive Second Wave of Mortgage Defaults is Coming is a scary read. The second wave is set to start in 2010. These 60 Minutes program videos are from the first wave of defaults in late 2008. They provide info on what's to come as well. Then of course, there's the commercial real estate bubble that's in the process of bursting as well.









Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Deduct It Book Turns Knowledge Into Power



When I worked for law firms and did a lot of overtime it was duly noted the more I made the more Feds took from my paycheck. This coupled with high health costs deducted from my check, amounted to my working more hours for theoretically less money per hour. When you get bumped into a new tax bracket, what's the use of working the overtime? That's one of the big problems I had with Kirkland & Ellis LLP management's demands I had no choice but to accept any overtime requested of me. This was particularly painful considering my shift ended at 11:30 p.m. Overtime sometimes meant working into the early morning hours. It not only exhausted me, but made me resentful. I wanted to work smarter, not harder.

My other motivation for seeking alternative methods of income was I didn't agree with how the government was spending my taxes on unnecessary wars. I chose being a Notary Public because my fees are non-taxable. For each notarized signature, the money belongs to me, not the government.

I'm so glad I began my own businesses. I absolutely love deducting business expenses from my income. I'm thinking of purchasing transportation and deducting it. Under the new tax law you no longer have to amortize depreciation of capital expenses (i.e., cars, etc.). You can deduct them all in one year, but there's a limit of $250k. I'm thinking of getting one of those cute little SMART cars now and getting my company logo plastered on it. If it's all deductible, I have nothing to lose.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

HAARP Debut Rocks World; Haiti, Chile, Japan, Venezuela and Counting

They're going to rock our world, and they mean it literally! The only problem is they're not a rock band but far from it. More people are beginning to realize the unnatural slew of large nation busting quakes is quite unusual.

"Recent large earthquakes in the first two months of 2010 and in Haiti, Argentina, Venezuela, Eureka, California, north of Chicago, Japan, and Chile, would seem to indicate a trend, and not a good one. Read more." SFGate

I've been around long enough to know the recent earthquakes are abnormal. I checked out what could possibly be causing unnatural recurring earthquakes, and something called HAARP came up. After much research, I'm convinced HAARP is committing tectonic terrorism on countries and is making itself known as such to governments such as Japan. This is a well done video explaining how HAARP works:






So whenever a nation steps out of line, they just send a powerful quake to shake them up a bit. No need for manpower or war.
From a military standpoint, HAARP is a weapon of mass destruction. Potentially, it constitutes an instrument of conquest capable of selectively destabilising agricultural and ecological systems of entire regions. - H.A.A.R.P. - Michel Chossudovsky

Especially angering the Americans were the Latin Americans move this past week during their annual Rio Group summit in Mexico to completely split from the US by their forming a new European Union type alliance to go under the provisional name of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELC), and where Chavez, who spoke of finally throwing off the US-yoke, stated:

“Now here, in Mexico, we have created a document, a compromise, the creation of a body of Latin America and the Caribbean, without the USA. Now we can say from Mexico we have revived the dream and project of Bolivar.”


Equally angering the Americans was Chilean President Michelle Bachelet’s enacting this past month a number of sweeping changes to her Nation’s defense establishment designed to eliminate the influence of the US Military over the rights of her people, and as we can read from her comments upon the signing of this bill:"

“With the enactment of this bill Chile will have completed one of the most difficult and ambitious modernizing reforms sponsored by the successive administrations of the ConcertaciĆ³n (ruling coalition), with the understanding that defence is a State policy which must be in line with the standards demanded by a modern democracy”, underlined Ms Bachelet.

“It will be up to the officials elected by the people to define the objectives and means for national defence, assess its enactment adapting it to changes if necessary”, said Ms Bachelet who recalled that “what begins today, is obvious, was not so in the long history of our country: as happened until 1990 and more precisely 1973, was exactly the contrary”.


As a great portion of Chile now lies in ruins today, and without a doubt, President Bachelet has received from the Americans their “answer” to her and all of Latin Americas defiance of their true US masters wishes. What remains to be seen is if Chile’s South American neighbors will rise to her defence.

Source: US Puts South America "On Notice" with Catastrophic Chile Quake Test


Imagine had Hitler had an earthquake machine! Any country who figures out how to create devastating earthquakes to destroy economies and infrastructures is going to own all the world. One can see how any psycho/sociopath would lust after such a powerful technology. Harnessing and altering mother nature's destructive forces seems to be the goal of a certain faction of psychopathic individuals.