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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

American Samoa, In the face of disaster, opportunity for kindness is everywhere


http://www.samoanews.com/viewstory.php?storyid=9572&edition=1254304800

In the face of devastation and heartbreak following the tsunami which tore apart several villages, most notably the villages of Pago Pago and Leone in American Samoa, acts of courage and kindness surfaced, as well as villainy and thievery.Samoa News learned of one such story on Tuesday, September 29, in the aftermath of American Samoa’s worst natural disaster in decades, wherein the body count at press time was 30 and still climbing. It is a place where loss of life touches everyone, and family ties run deep and wide. Home to one of the loveliest harbors on earth, Tutuila, American Samoa, is a place of unparalled beauty. But beauty, like the weather, can be deceiving, as residents yesterday learned. It is a strange feeling, this shaking of the earth beneath us, and many awoke to a sparkling sunny day, rudely jolted out of sleep —and normal life— by a terrifying quake measuring 8.0 on the Richter scale. Longtime resident Tim Jones, who has many friends and family in the village of Pago Pago, worried about the tsunami which he felt was certain to follow the quake. Worst fears realized, he headed to town through traffic crawling down the one main road, which connects the Western district to the harbor area.Arriving in town around 10:00 am to check on people there, he parked his car next to Wildlife Resources, setting out on foot to the village of Pago Pago. Recounting the walk, he said the closer he came to the end of the harbor, the worse the devastation. He described the sights along the way as “shocking” adding that he was “in awe at the power of nature” and humbled by it as well.He witnessed overturned buses, boats washed into trees and houses and business structures turned into matchsticks. The few that remained were washed through with a strange juxtaposition of trash and treasure swirling in the debris and mud.

Living with our Deepest Differences when the Differences are Absolute, part 1

by OS GUINNESS, D.PHIL.

It would be a safe, sad bet that someone, somewhere in the world, is killing someone else this very moment in the name of religion.

Every day, it seems, our television and computer screens are filled with images of religious violence- a Sunni killing a Shi'a or a Shi'a returning the compliment. In Kashmir, it is Muslims against Hindus, and in Sir Lanka, Hindus against Buddhist. In an earlier day, it would have been Catholics against Protestants in Ulster, and so it goes around the world.

The last century, which finished partly with peace breaking out everywhere, also finished with a humanitarian nightmare- an explosion of sectarian violence. We need only to think of Kosovo, Sudan, Burma, Chechnya and Sierra Leone to see a witches' brew of ancient hatreds. People use the words like " elemental " and " atavistic " and " primordial " to try to capture what the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan called " Pandaemonium " - Milton's term for the capital of Hell, Satan's very seat itself.

If 100 million people were killed during the 20th century in war, a further hundred million were killed under political oppression. It has been suggested that yet another 100 million were killed in sectarian violence.

Now, to this latter fact, some of our atheist friends will immediately react by saying, " Aha! The problem is religion: divisive, violent, evil. " But they forget that under atheist regimes led by atheist intellectuals in the name of atheist ideology, at least 100 million human beings were killed- that is more than from all Western persecutions and repressions combined.

In other words, we human beings had a terrible record in the last century of killing each other-sometimes in the name of religion, but all too often in the name of an ideology. As Ambrose Bierce said rather cynically, " The defining feature of humanity is inhumanity. "

But anyone who has looked at the landscape of that appalling evil, carnage and suffering, is surely struck by some of the important issues that came to the surface at the end of the last century. The first is that the challenge of living with our deep differences is now one the world's great problems. Though that may sound abstract compared with HIV/AIDS or nuclear proliferation, the fact is more people die as a result of conflict over deep differences than from the other causes.

The second issue that became very clear at the end of the last century is we are beginning to see the emergence of a global public square.

Ever since the Greeks, we in the west have wrestled with the ideal of " the public square. " It's not a literal place like Lafayette Square of Trafalgar Square or the Place de la Concorde, but a metaphor. The public square is where we as citizens discuss our common concerns and common life- and debate and decide our common affairs. But now the public square is going global through means seemingly as innocent as the Internet. That has become obvious today, as we can plainly see in the response, say, to the Danish cartoons or to the Pope's speech at the University of Reganburg.

But in the global public square, even when we're not speaking to the world, the world- through the Internet and many other avenues- may be listening to what we're saying. As a consequence, we're seeing the emergence of a global public square in which the issue of how we live together with deep differences is more important than ever.

The third thing that was clear at the end of the 20th century was a rather sad irony- at the very moment when the whole world is beginning to see the significance of the American Experiment's ways of handling these things, America herself is not doing so well. Early on, when Americans talked about the melting pot or the solutions the First Amendment afforded, the rest of the world wasn't terribly interested. Many nations had homogeneous societies, in which the issue of living with deep differences wasn't of particular concern. But suddenly, in the past generation, homogeneous counties like Britain, Holland, France, thrust into the maelstrom of an exploding diversity through such factors as immigration, look now to how Americans are doing. Unfortunately, if you look at the culture wars and other indices, it is clear America is not doing as well as she had.

The 2009 VMAs: The Occult Mega-Ritual




From unexpected drama to shocking performances, MTV’s 2009 Video Music Awards managed once again to raise eyebrows and get people talking. What most people however missed is the occult meanings encoded into the VMAs. The TV event was in fact a large scale occult ceremony, complete with an initiation, a prayer and even a blood sacrifice. We’ll look at the symbolism that went on during the show.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

US accepts Hamid Karzai as Afghan leader despite poll fraud claims - Times Online#cid=OTC-RSS&attr=2015164

US accepts Hamid Karzai as Afghan leader despite poll fraud claims - Times Online#cid=OTC-RSS&attr=2015164

Democracy wins again. US accepts Hamid Karzai as Afghan leader, even though the Afghan people do not.

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Intelligence Gone Wild

http://www.darkgovernment.com/news/intelligence-gone-wild/#

Speak­ing at San Francisco’s Com­mon­wealth Club Sep­tem­ber 15, Direc­tor of National Intel­li­gence Admi­ral Den­nis C. Blair, dis­closed that the cur­rent annual bud­get for the 16 agency U.S. “Intel­li­gence Com­mu­nity” (IC) clocks-in at $75 bil­lion and employs some 200,000 oper­a­tives world-wide, includ­ing pri­vate con­trac­tors.

""" did you have any ideal??? """

Israeli Settlers Chop Down Nablus Olive Grove on Eve of Harvest

http://www.maannews.net/eng/ViewDetails.aspx?ID=228238

Nablus – Ma’an – Dozens of chainsaw-wielding Israeli settlers cut down more than 150 olive trees in to the northern West Bank village of Burin, south of Nablus on Monday.The assault came a few days before Palestinian farmers throughout the country begin harvesting their olives.According to Ghassan Daghlas, the Palestinian official in charge of monitoring settlement activity in the northern West Bank, dozens of Israelis from the settlement Yitzhar raided fields in the area of Khallat Siwar between the villages of Huwwara and Burin and cut down more than 150 olive trees using chainsaws. Daghlas labeled the settlers’ attack as “criminal act” calling on human right groups to take action to stop Israeli settlers’ assaults against the Palestinians and their property.

" Gaza: the new Warsaw Ghetto. Israel: the new Nazis "

Now Dice, here is what I am thinking,,, maybe the best thing for the world is for Israel and Iran to both become parking lots. I don't mind paying $6.00 for a gallon of gas if it means the end of this nonsense in the middle east,,, someone remind me why Israel is our friend when they are just as dirty and guilty of crimes like the rest of them, but like I said, that's what I'm thinking

An open message to the God's Chosen People,
"When you shall besiege a city a long time, and wage war to capture it, you shall not destroy its trees by wielding an ax against fruit trees… Only the trees which you know are not trees for food, you may destroy..." (Deut. 20:19-20) Olives are food and Jews are bound to follow the Torah.

Send a Card to one of our Hero's at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, " You are not Alone " writing campaign


Take time out today to send a note of thanks to our young soldiers, our young men and women, our wounded hero's at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in DC. Let them know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. Let them know that they are not alone.


Can you even begin to imagine what it is like to be only 22 years old and faced with the rest of your life with a disability, not the mention the nightmares of what they witness and had to endure? All your hopes and dreams down the drain? Can you imagine the heartbreak these young men and woman feel? Yes, they will get all be taken care of and will resume their lives the best they can. You know as well as I, that there are some, laying in bed questioning the why, all alone, with nothing more than their thoughts. That could be your son or daughter or your brother or sister. The funny thing is,,, we are all one, in God's eyes, we are all one, they are all our family, yours and mind.


What I am asking is for you to take a moment to let them know, that they are not alone, that they are a part of us, part of the US. We thanked them for their commitment and sacrifice. Let them know that even though they are miles away and in pain, they have our love and respect. Let them know that they will aways be in our heart. That there is nothing we wont do for them, " The answer is yes, just give me the question "


They have earned this from us. It is the least that we can do. Just the simple act of compassion and love in the form of a note, card or letter can change their outlook. Even if for a moment, if you can bring a smile on their face,,,,, what more could you ask for,,,,to give the feeling of love and care to one of our soldiers.


So, help me bring peace, love and joy to our Hero's. Let them know that they are not alone, that they are always in our hearts. Tell your family, friends, coworkers to do this. Not only for them, but for you. Yes, you too will benefit from this as well. Take time to give thanks for your blessing and share your love with these young men and woman who have given so much to this great country. Let them know that they are loved and thank them, let them know they are not alone,,,,,,,


Thank you, god bless you all, Dennis


mailing address to send cards, notes and letters


Walter Reed Army Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue NW
Washington DC 20307
Hospital Information:
(202) 782-3501

Community Organizers Pray TO President-Elect Obama

Monday, September 28, 2009

The REAL History of the USA and the Middle East, What a Tangled Web We Weave.


Fun and Games with the Middle East

Each week we become more aware of the unsettling problems in the Middle East, and we wonder how are we going to resolve the crisis. In order to understand how our relationship with that region of the world deteriorated so badly, it might be best to go back to the beginning of America’s relationship with those countries.

It started with our joining the Allied Forces during the Second World War. Before that, for the most part, the Middle East was always in a three-way tug of war, over-lorded by Britain, France and Russia. But Franklin Roosevelt’s policies differed from those Woodrow Wilson had held in the Great War; Roosevelt firmly believed in making the world safe for democracy. And to that end, he was firmly committed to ending his Allied partners’ Colonialism by war’s end.

Iraq’s King Faisal the Second agreed with Roosevelt that the Middle East should be freed of its colonial masters. When Roosevelt publicly stated in 1943, “This will be my criterion for the relations of the United States toward all nations which are now suffering from the evils of greedy minorities, monopolies, aggression and imperialism,” the Arab states cheered.

So Roosevelt sent General Patrick J. Hurley to Iran and Afghanistan, where he would determine how to make them fully independent after the conflict was over. Hurley drew up what is known as the Declaration Regarding Iran; over Averill Harriman’s objections, Roosevelt signed it and presented it to Churchill and Stalin at the Teheran Conference in late ’43. Roosevelt said then, “I was rather thrilled by the idea of using Iran as an example of what we could do by an unselfish American policy.”

The plan was slammed by our own State Department, which in an internal memo called the Declaration a “hysterical, messianic global piece of baloney.”

Then in April of 1945, King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia, who had just aligned his country’s oil interests with ours, asked Roosevelt about the Jewish situation in Israel. On April 5, 1945, Roosevelt wrote to Saud, “Your Majesty will recall that during our recent conversation I assured you that I would take no action, in my capacity as Chief Executive, which might prove hostile to the Arab people.” Seven days later, Roosevelt was dead, and American foreign policy toward the Middle East changed forever.

Now, it should be pointed out that at that time, the entire Middle East saw America as their liberators from Colonial rule, much the same way we were seen as having liberated those countries under Nazi rule. England and France couldn’t complain; we were saving them too.

Let’s fast forward to 1953; Eisenhower came into office and Persia had a popularly elected Prime Minister, Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh. Now, Dr, Mossadegh, though an Arab nationalist, was not totally unfriendly to either America or Russia - and we saw that as a problem.

Moreover, Mossadegh nationalized British Petroleum’s holdings in Iran, although his terms were fair. BP would receive 25% of all net profits from the sale of the oil; Iran would guarantee the oil’s safe delivery to the market, the safety of all BP employees in Iran, and the continued employment of their staff. This arrangement wasn’t seen as quite so friendly by England or our government. John Foster Dulles, Eisenhower’s Secretary of State, told the president in June of 1953, “So this is how we get rid of that madman Mossadegh.”

And with that, the CIA’s Kermit Roosevelt, grandson of Theodore Roosevelt, convinced the Shah of Iran to oust his Prime Minister and seize control of his country. The Shah resisted. But uprisings in the streets, riots started by the British and our CIA, forced the Shah to use his army to quell the pseudo-unrest and take control. One thing should not be forgotten: The Shah violated his country’s constitution when he ousted the very popular Mossadegh, and the people of Iran would never forget or forgive that.

Three years later, the next great Arab nationalist, Gamal Nasser of Egypt, ended the 72-year British occupation of his country and nationalized the Suez Canal. This brought on operation Musketeer, named for the three parties that were going to war to win the canal back: England, France and Israel. And yes, they wanted us to join the fight.

Now, Eisenhower didn’t care for Nasser, but a number of things kept him from putting us into the battle. It was an election year; his legal advisors told him that Egypt had the legal right to the canal’s ownership; and Ike thought direct military action against an Arab state would turn Middle Easterners into anti- Americans. So Ike sat it out. Later he called this action “the shortest and possibly silliest war in history.” The battle for the Suez Canal marked the end of both British and French Imperialism there forever, and it aligned Israel with the West.

And it was in that same year, 1956, that a young Saddam Hussein joined the Bath political party. That year Hussein and others tried to overthrow King Faisal the Second, but the coup failed, and Hussein went into exile. Seven years later Hussein would graduate from the College of Law in Cairo. Maybe that’s why Americans hate Saddam Hussein so much: He’s an attorney.

In 1972, back home, Hussein did the same thing in Iraq that Mossadegh had done in Iran with his country’s oil companies; he nationalized them.

So, now the players are all in place. Britain and France have lost their final grasp on their foreign empires due to their defeat at Nasser’s hands in Egypt - in the process, showing the Middle East that wars against the West can be won. Hussein, law degree in hand, nationalizes Iraq’s oil; the Shah is both hated at home and closely aligned with America. And, with Colonialism out of the Middle Eastern picture, Arabs now see themselves as their own masters.

Saudi Arabia, it should be remembered, is a close ally, still clutching Roosevelt’s 1945 letter promising our friendship. More to the point, the Saud family still rules. Here’s where it falls apart. In the late seventies, when the Shah of Iran becomes more an ally of OPEC than of America, we decide we have little more use for him. It’s at precisely that moment that the world finds out about his SAVAK secret police and hears how the Shah has put down violently any threat to his throne. The people of Iran, believing him to be an American puppet and still furious that he threw democracy out of their country, seize our embassy there in 1979 and start the Islamic Fundamentalist Revolution, forever distancing themselves from Western control.

Russia chooses that moment to invade Afghanistan. The ongoing Cold War makes this a problem for us, but we can’t let that become apparent. So we bring deeply religious Arab nationalists into Afghanistan to fight the Godless Russians. One of those ferried into the war is a young Osama Bin Laden.

Now, Russia didn’t really want to get into a pitched battle with Arab nationalists; if it didn’t, however, that region’s alliance with the West might get stronger. If nothing else, Russia wanted Afghanistan as a buffer zone for its southern coast.

Back to Iraq. Livid about the events in Iran, we back Saddam Hussein in his eight-year war with Iran, a battle that originally started over a land dispute for the Shatt al Arab River basin. Then, in March of 1986, Ronald Reagan signs National Security Directive 166, authorizing stepped-up aid for the rebels fighting against the Russians in Afghanistan. Because we have to appear neutral, aid and weapons are funneled to the mujahedeen, the Taliban and Bin Laden’s fighters through the Pakistani intelligence group, the ISI. The directive to the warriors, given along with the monies and war materiel, is this: The rebels are to be convinced that they are justified in waging an Islamic Jihad against the atheistic Russians and destroying the Soviet Union.

And now you know how we knew their battle plans against us so quickly. We simply reread the instructions we gave them when they fought the Russians.

My, what a tangled web we weave.

Here’s the scorecard now. Hussein and Bin Laden both believe that they were responsible for winning their respective wars. Both are heroes in their own countries. The Pakistani ISI and our operatives have a close relationship because of Afghanistan. Then comes Desert Storm, fought because Hussein believed we backed him in his first land grab with Iran and would do the same for the disputed territory in Kuwait. And in Kuwait, Bin Laden is infuriated because the Royal Family denies him the right to protect his home country, opting instead for our protection. And there you have it: The ultimate case of blowback. From Iran, to Hussein to Bin Laden, to the ISI in Pakistan and their friends, the Taliban. And our government knew the whole story quickly, once the attacks happened, because we were there for each and every step in the careers of these nefarious characters.

And the entire house of cards started going up in 1953, when Kermit Roosevelt overthrew the Prime Minister of Iran and Nasser defeated the British and French.

So, why do we have problems in the Middle East today? Because 50 years ago, at the end of the Second World War, they saw America as their liberators from the British, Russians and French. Today they believe that the USA simply moved in to fill the void left by the powers that we helped throw out. And that’s the short history of our problems in the Middle East.
by Ed Wallace

H1N1 Martial Law

One Year Later: Little Has Changed | Ed Wallace | Star-Telegram




The intense concern and panic that swept the nation after Lehman Brothers collapsed last September has apparently subsided. Even our officials have cautiously said that the recession probably ended last month; in a moment of prudent honesty, they added that it might be a long time before employment numbers show improvement.
Many areas are taken into account for such assessments, including improvement in new car sales and positive signs in housing construction. Another sign was surely a resurgent stock market, which has returned $2 trillion of the money lost by people who held equities, either privately or in retirement plans prior to the crash.
But things aren’t always what they seem. In the past week the numbers coming out of Sacramento’s home market were more than disturbing. Foreclosures in that metropolitan area have now topped 42,000. From its peak in the summer of 2005, the average price of a home there has fallen by 53 percent, and the sales rate for homes is headed toward 1967’s figures.

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Court must protect political speech by George Will,The Detroit News




George Will
Court must protect political speech

Last March, during the Supreme Court argument concerning the Federal Election Commission's banning of a political movie, several justices were aghast. Suddenly and belatedly they saw the abyss that could swallow the First Amendment.
Justice Antonin Scalia was "a little disoriented" and Justice Samuel Alito said "that's pretty incredible." Chief Justice John Roberts said: "If we accept your constitutional argument, we're establishing a precedent that you yourself say would extend to banning the book" -- a hypothetical 500-page book containing one sentence that said "vote for" a particular candidate.
What shocked them, but should not have, were statements by a government lawyer who was only doing his professional duty with ruinous honesty -- ruinous to his cause.
He was defending the mare's nest of uncertainties that federal campaign finance law has made, and the mess the court made in 2003 when, by affirming the constitutionality of McCain-Feingold's further speech restrictions, it allowed Congress to regulate speech by and about people running for Congress.


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Barney Frank Backs Ron Paul's Idea For Auditing The Fed

http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2009/09/barney_frank_backs_ron_pauls_i.html

By Laura Conaway
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas, and more) got a boost today in his crusade for a closer look at the Federal Reserve. Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass., and chair of the House Financial Services Committee) said in a hearing that he backs Paul's proposal to let the Government Accountability Office pursue detailed audits of the Federal Reserve.
"We are serious about some legislation in this regard," Frank said on Capitol Hill today. The LA Times reports that Frank says he wants to curb the Fed's emergency lending powers. Frank says he'd like to include the audit power in legislation for overhauling financial regulation.
Paul has been pressing a measure for Congressional audits of the Fed for 26 years, longer than some people who work on Planet Money have been alive. That bill now counts two-thirds of all House members as co-sponsors.
His new book, "End the Fed," stands at number 32 on Amazon's bestseller list. He's also the author of H.R. 2775, the Federal Reserve Abolition Act.

Philippines seeks typhoon aid, battles to avoid backlash

Heard Art Bell who is in the Philippines talked about this storm, said that the amount of rainfall is unbelievable, twice what New Orleans got hit with. A sad situation that will continue to unfold in the coming days. You are in my prayers, D

http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE58Q0MO20090927?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews

By Manny Mogato
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines appealed for international aid to help tens of thousands marooned by flashfloods, and apologized for the delays in rescue efforts to avoid potential political fallout from the crisis.
Disaster officials said the death toll from Typhoon Ketsana that hit the main island of Luzon stood at 52 on Sunday and more than 20 others were missing feared dead.
"We're doing our best to get to all those people still trapped by the flashflood," Anthony Golez, spokesman for the National Disaster Coordinating Council, told reporters, adding soldiers in rubber boats would evacuate them to safety.
"We're sorry for the delays. We're encountering difficulty in reaching flooded areas.
Hundreds remained on rooftops, waving and shouting for food, water and warm clothes as floodwaters began to subside in and around Manila on Sunday.
Television images showed several houses and cars being swept by swollen rivers and clusters of people on the roofs of their homes. Army and civilian helicopters were seen dropping food and relief goods.
The weather bureau said Ketsana brought the heaviest rainfall in the country in 40 years. About 410 mm of rain fell in 24 hours on Saturday, twice the amount that drenched the United States during Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Forced Vaccines Refused By Nurses In New York

Sunday, September 27, 2009

500,000 Troops Will Be Required Over Five Years in Afghanistan

Classified McChrystal Report: : Information Clearing House - ICH

'Congress should immediately convene hearings to discuss alternatives to General McChrystal's proposal for such a massive escalation of the war in Afghanistan. It is time for the administration and Congress to demilitarize U.S. policy in Afghanistan and strike out in a new, sustainable, direction.'
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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Mass Mind Control is Upon Us - It's Time to Awaken Your Consciousness


'Many people may not realize that when they turn on the television in their home, what they see as a constant flow of images is actually flickering. Although we do not see this consciously, the repetitive pattern of flickering images creates a state that is similar to hypnosis in the television viewer. Studies by researcher Herbert Krugman have shown that within 30 seconds of television viewing, brain waves switch from predominantly beta waves, indicating alert and conscious attention, to predominantly alpha waves, indicating an unfocused, receptive lack of attention.
The brain's left hemisphere, which processes information logically and analytically, tunes out while the person is watching TV, while the right hemisphere of the brain, which processes information emotionally and non-critically, is allowed to function without hindrance. Due to this phenomenon, television transmits information, which is not actively thought about at the time of exposure, much like hypnosis.
When viewing television, we do not consciously rationalize the information resonating within our unconscious depths at the time of transmission and the viewer becomes more open and suggestible.'
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Israel: A Criminal State That Must be Isolated, Boycotted


'Benyamin Netanyahu, the extremist Prime Minister of the Zionist regime has even asked US Special Envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell to assist Israel , especially at the American arena, in order to curb the fallout from the report.
Meanwhile, Israel is embarking on a frantic propaganda campaign to discredit the report. In the past, Israel succeeded in endearing itself to western public opinion by enlisting the often Jewish-controlled media which effectively helped disseminate the Zionist narrative. In so doing, that media often turned the black into white, and the big lie into a "virtual truth" glorified by millions of gullible westerners who wouldn’t overburden themselves with the task of finding out the "real truth".'
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The Ghost Of Ronald Reagan




This is a GREAT Read,, please take a moment to read the entire article, GREAT JOB Ernie Mannix!!!!


Across from the young President sat an impressive figure of a man. Hair perfect. Suit handsome. Shoes shining. Smile charming.
“Well Mr. Obama, how do you get perspective on things?” Ronald Reagan asked. “What gives you peace?”
“Not much these days” said the dazed young President rubbing his eyes. ” I mean, Kennedy, Washington, Lincoln, now you. What the hell?”
“No, not ‘hell’ at all son, hel-p. We come here to try to help you realize some things. You’re our latest legacy son. We’ve a stake in this, …we love this nation and feel that you are being led down a path by some really misguided notions. Some from your special interest supporters and inner circle, some from inside your own head and heart.




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G20 2009: Police Attack Students at University of Pittsburgh

Legal Exemptions to Vaccination


http://www.know-vaccines.org/exemption-legal.html

[ a great article on what you need to know, read the entire article and get informed ]

Medical, philosophical or personal belief exemptions are worded differently in each state. To use an exemption for your child, you must know specifically what the law says in your state.
Philosophical Exemption:
The following 18 states allow exemption to vaccination based on philosophical, personal or conscientiously held beliefs: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin.

In many of these states, individuals must object to all vaccines, not just a particular vaccine in order to use the philosophical or personal belief exemption. Many state legislators are being urged by federal health officials and medical organizations to revoke this exemption to vaccination. If you are objecting to vaccination based on philosophical or personal conviction, keep an eye on your state legislature as public health officials may seek to amend state laws to eliminate this exemption.

Friday, September 25, 2009

School kids taught to praise Obama

Inflation a Risk Without Foreign Debt Buyers: Robertson - Economy * US * News * Story - CNBC.com

Inflation a Risk Without Foreign Debt Buyers: Robertson - Economy * US * News * Story - CNBC.com

The US is too dependent on Japan and China buying up the country's debt and could face severe economic problems if that stops, Tiger Management founder and chairman Julian Robertson told CNBC.com Julian Robertson, founder of Tiger Management
"It's almost Armageddon if the Japanese and Chinese don't buy our debt,” Robertson said in an interview. "I don't know where we could get the money. I think we've let ourselves get in a terrible situation and I think we ought to try and get out of it."

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Social change could spark violence

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0909/27566.html

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently invoked the grim specter of political violence, arguing that today’s angry political climate could cause people to cross the line from heated talk to dangerous actions.
Republicans sharply rejected her claim, with House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.) saying Pelosi is “living in another world.” Others charged that the California Democrat herself stoked emotions by labeling some health reform protesters “un-American.”
But it’s not just Pelosi who is worried. In interviews with POLITICO, five former Secret Service, FBI and CIA officers say that they, too, are concerned that today’s climate of supercharged political vitriol could lead to violence. Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0909/27566.html#ixzz0S9h6pZVU

HSBC bids farewell to dollar supremacy




The sun is setting on the US dollar as the ultra-loose monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve forces China and the vibrant economies of the emerging world to forge a new global currency order, according to a new report by HSBC.


{ " if an American wants to see how we are viewed from afar, please read the comments at the end of this article " }

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Tips to survive the end of the USA as we know it


If you are able to get out of debt, do it. If you need to scale down your lifestyle in order to be better prepared for difficult days, do it. If you don't have guns and ammo, buy them. If you have not prepared some sort of preserved food pantry, do it. If you don't have some kind of survival plan in place for you and your family, get one. If you are not physically fit, get in shape. If you are able to move to a more secure, out-of-harm's-way location, do it. (During any kind of financial or societal meltdown, urban areas will quickly turn into war zones. Can anyone say, "New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina"?) In other words, get your nose out of the boob tube, get your bottom off the easy chair, and get busy. by Chuck Baldwin

It Is Going To Be A Rocky Road by Chuck Baldwin




This is just part of the article that Chuck Baldwin wrote on the 22nd. I recommend that you read it in it's entirety. Wake up and get ready for this event. It can not be stopped.

Although the comfortable, sports-crazed, TV addicts probably aren't paying attention, this country is on the verge of an implosion like you cannot believe. For anyone who cares to notice, the signs are everywhere.
First of all, Israel and Iran are on the verge of war. And right now, I'm not concentrating on the "why" or "who's right or wrong" of the equation. I'm simply telling you, war between Israel and Iran could break out at any time. And when it does, the chances that it will not become nuclear and not become global are miniscule. Yes, I am saying it: the prospects for nuclear war have never been greater. The CBS-canceled TV show, JERICHO, could become a reality in these United States in the very near future. (I strongly urge readers to purchase both seasons of JERICHO and watch them, because this could be our future.)
Secondly, America is on the verge of total financial collapse. By the end of this year, America's budget deficit will stand at around $2 trillion. The debt gap is many trillions more than that. But the nail in the coffin for America's fiscal health will be the decision by China to dump the U.S. dollar. Ladies and gentlemen, this will be the death knell for our financial stability (and a painful lesson in sowing and reaping).
It is estimated that China owns around one-third of all U.S. debt. If and when China dumps the U.S. dollar, there would be nothing left to stabilize it, and Weimar Republic/Zimbabwe-style inflation will ensue. America will be thrust into financial chaos. (If one doubts that China is planning to dump the dollar, consider that China is currently purchasing and stockpiling gold at an unprecedented level. This is why gold has suddenly surged to over $1,000 per ounce and why it will continue to rise.)
Third, the paranoia regarding the Swine Flu being demonstrated by both government and media spokesmen begs a giant push for some type of "government solution." If they keep hyping this "pandemic," mass hysteria and fear (created by the government and its lackeys in the media) will result. This would, no doubt, necessitate some form of forced vaccination, quarantine (maybe this is what all those internment camps will be used for), and martial law.
Exactly how and when all of the above will actually materialize is yet to be seen. There is no doubt in my mind, however, that within the next few months, the world that we know today is going to vanish. And most Americans are totally unprepared for what's coming.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Envisioning A World Without America

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ibd/20090918/bs_ibd_ibd/20090918issues01

Security: An Iranian mullah once said "a world without America and Zionism" was a real possibility. Our sellout of Eastern Europe and missile defense brings that dream closer to reality. It would take only one warhead.
"Is it possible for us to witness a world without America and Zionism?" Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad asked at a "World Without Zionism" conference in Tehran in 2005. "But you had best know that this slogan and this goal are attainable, and surely can be achieved."
He added that Iran had a strategic "war preparation plan" for what it called "the destruction of Anglo-Saxon civilization."
A simple Scud missile, with a nuclear warhead, could be fired from an inconspicuous freighter in international waters off our coast and detonated high above America.
This is where the Airborne Laser aircraft program, canceled by this administration, would come in handy.
Or it could be an upgraded Shahab launch, masked as a satellite attempt and flying over where the European defense sites would have been. It would wreak near total devastation on America's technological, electrical and transportation infrastructure.
The threat is called electromagnetic pulse. Sen. John Kyl, R-Ariz., calls it the one way we could lose the war on terror. As he notes, a single nuclear warhead, detonated at the right altitude, would interact with the Earth's atmosphere, producing an electromagnetic pulse radiating to the surface at the speed of light.
Nobody is harmed or killed immediately by the blast. But life in the U.S., the world's only superpower and largest economy, comes to a screeching halt as a country dependent on 21st-century technology instantaneously regresses almost a century in time.
Millions could die as hospital systems shut down and as rail and air traffic controls collapse. Farmers would be unable to harvest crops, and distributors couldn't get goods to market. Energy production would cease. Computers and PCs would become large paperweights. Telephones, even cell phones, wouldn't work.
Retaliation would be futile and meaningless -- if it were even possible -- since communications with our deployed forces overseas, including ballistic missile submarines, might be cut off. A presidential authorization might be impossible to send, so fried might be our communications infrastructure. , [[[ cont. ]]]

The War on Conciousness

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Addressing the issue of Illegal Immigration.

Thanks to Brenda Echols for sending this.


Let's say, I break into your house,,





Certain people are angry that the US might protect its own borders, might make it harder to sneak into this country and, once here, to stay indefinitely.



Let me see if I correctly understand the thinking behind these protests.



Let's say I break into your house.
Let's say that when you discover me in your house, you insist that I leave.
But I say, 'No! I like it here. It's better than my house. I've made all the beds and washed the dishes and done the laundry and swept the floors. I've done all the things you don't like to do. I'm hard-working and honest. (Except for when I broke into your house).

According to the protesters:
You are Required to let me stay in your house
You are Required to feed me
You are Required to add me to your family's insurance plan
You are Required to educate my kids
You are Required to provide other benefits to me & to my family
(my husband will do all of your yard work because he is also hard-working and honest, except for that breaking in part).


If you try to call the police or force me out, I will call my friends who will picket your house carrying signs that proclaim my RIGHT to be there.


It's only fair, after all, because you have a nicer house than I do, and I'm just trying to better myself. I'm a hard-working and honest, person, except for well, you know, I did break into your house. And what a deal it is for me!!!

I live in your house, contributing only a fraction of the cost of my keep, and there is nothing you can do about it without being accused of cold, uncaring, selfish, prejudiced, and bigoted behavior.


Oh yeah, I DEMAND that you learn MY LANGUAGE!!! So you can
communicate with me.
Why can't people see how ridiculous this is? Only in America ...

If you agree, pass it on (in English)... Share it if you see the value of it.

If not blow it off......... along with your future Social Security Funds, and a lot of other things.
MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS AMERICA

The Voice of the People’s Freedom

The Voice of the People’s Freedom


His name was Benny Bache, and he died so you and I could enjoy a free press. What’s more important, Benny’s story shows that in the past two hundred years nothing has really changed in this country, other than our guaranteed freedoms.

Benny Bache was born in the Colonies. As a young man, he lived in Europe for nine years and was educated in the finest French and Swiss schools. In 1790 his beloved grandfather died, leaving Benny a printing press as part of his inheritance. Benny, against the advice of friends who suggested he become a book publisher, decided instead to edit his own Philadelphia newspaper. First he called it the General Advertiser, then the Aurora General Advertiser and then simply the Aurora.

It was a good decision, for within the year the Bill of Rights was officially adopted. And its first provision was that Congress should make no law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press. There was a small problem. Although Bache was the darling of Philadelphia’s upper-crust society and had an impeccable Revolutionary heritage, he didn’t care much for the presidency of George Washington. Bache accused him of wasting public funds, nepotism, treating the office of the Presidency more like a monarchy and needlessly seeking war against France. More and more, Benny found himself believing in Thomas Jefferson’s view of how this nation should be built. Benny would write of Washington’s administration, “All governments are more or less combinations against the people, and as rulers have no more virtue than the ruled.”

Things became more heated for Benny when Washington showed neutrality in the war between England and France in 1793. After all, Benny reasoned in print, wasn’t it not too long ago that France came to our rescue in our own Revolution against England, and without them wouldn’t we still be a colony? Benny also defended the rights of the average Frenchman during their revolution, claiming that tyrants should be overthrown.

It might have had some effect; Washington refused to run for a third term. And, in his final speech to the nation, Washington said, “We should not have excessive partiality for one foreign nation and excessive dislike of another.”

And with that, Washington was gone and John Adams was in. That only made things worse for Benny, who immediately launched what he felt were justifiable attacks on Adams’s love of the pomp and circumstance and the grandeur of the office. Of course, in his anger at Adams, Benny was setting up Adam’s defenders, the Federalist newspapers, to take on Jefferson, calling him a coward in the Revolution, an enemy of the Constitution and an atheist. Noah Webster, sounding a lot like the Rush Limbaugh of his day, wrote about all Democratic Republicans this way: “They are the refuse, the sweepings of the most depraved part of mankind from the most corrupt nations on earth.” We later bought Mr. Webster’s dictionaries by the thousands, but that isn’t the way Webster’s dictionary defines a “democrat” today.

Adams won the presidency; Jefferson became his vice president. Bache was just getting started; once elected, Adams would be called old, querulous, bald, blind, crippled and toothless in the Aurora’s pages. Now in spite of its political sensationism, Benny’s paper was losing money, lots of it: In fact, from 1790 to 1798, he would lose $20,000. That was a lot more money in those days than it is now, but he kept at it. He believed strongly that the press had a duty to inform the citizenry if the government was not operating in the manner and fashion laid out by our founding fathers and which our own revolution had been devoted to creating. His wealthy friends in Philadelphia started to view him as a pariah.

Now, to be fair, not all of what Bache’s wrote about Adams was true. But much of what he had written had been completely accurate, including Adams’s secret plan to have close presidential races decided in private, without voters’ knowledge or consent - and his passion for being treated in a manner befitting the king of America.

The Federalists put their most rabid smear artist on Benny, William Cobbett, who published the Porcupines Gazette. Cobbett wrote that Benny Bache was the prostitute son of oil and lamp black, who should be dealt with like a Turk, a Jew, a Jacobin or a dog - and that his newspaper should be suppressed. Abigail Adams, wife of the president, was more direct: She went into a self-righteous frenzy any time someone mentioned one of Benny’s articles about her husband. Abigail would write that Benjamin Bache was expressing the malice of a man possessed by Satan, and was a lying wretch, adding that his abuse leveled against the Government of the United States could plunge this nation into Civil War.

Now, it should be noted that just like today, publishers were just as vicious toward Adams’ opposition, particularly Thomas Jefferson. But the Democratic Republicans, who felt that a free press had the right to print any opinion, simply shrugged off printed criticism. Benny was so hated by 1797 that, when he was attacked and seriously beaten on the Philadelphia waterfront, John Adams gave his attacker a diplomatic posting to France. Still, Abigail Adams had her way. She pushed her husband to stop the bad press he was getting; and in 1798, the Sedition Act was passed, violating the First Amendment by restricting the press. Thomas Jefferson knew that the law was aimed at his friend from Philadelphia.

Benny Bache was arrested before the Act even became law; his bail was set at a phenomenal $4,000. Other publishers who had dared print any opposition to Adams were also arrested and imprisoned - 17 of the 20 Democratic Republican-aligned papers, in all. Between his paper’s losses and the crushing $4,000 bail, Bache was destitute. And then came a miracle, in the form of the American public.

Now, in spite of the fact that subscribing to the Aurora cost $8 a year - a large sum in those days - Americans by the hundreds signed up for subscriptions. More important to Bache, even his deadbeat subscribers started paying their past-due bills. Suddenly, the Aurora became the most popular paper in the country, solely because the public realized that the administration was trying to shut down private citizens’ freedom of speech.

Adams had made a serious mistake, targeting Benny and other dissenting publishers.
He’d forgotten that the American public would demand the truth. Things didn’t work out in Benny Bache’s favor, however. That September, yellow fever spread through Philadelphia; Bache could no longer afford to flee to the countryside to avoid catching the disease. On Monday morning, September 10, 1798, Benny Bache was dead. He was just 29 years of age. The revolution for the free press in this country led to Jefferson’s winning the White House on the next election. One of his first official acts was to pardon all the publishers that had been arrested under the Sedition Act and refund their fines with interest. He also let it be known that a free press would always be an American institution. Jefferson wrote this about our media: “I praise
them for sparking a revolution in the public mind, which arrested the rapid march of our government towards Monarchy.”

The Aurora was still being published, kept alive by Benny’s wife. The First Amendment still stood. But there’s one more part of this story: Benny’s full name. For he was born Benjamin Franklin Bache, grandson of Ben Franklin; and it was his grandfather’s willing his printing presses to his grandson that created the Philadelphia Aurora.

One last gift from a Founding Father, given to the right man, his grandson, it reminded us all that truth is more important than any political administration’s dignity. Benjamin Franklin Bache was the real father of a free American press. He just didn’t live long enough to see the impact his child has had on his country since then.

by Ed Wallace

Obama: Legalize illegals to get them health care - Washington Times




President Obama said this week that his health care plan won't cover illegal immigrants, but argued that's all the more reason to legalize them and ensure they eventually do get coverage.

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Friday, September 18, 2009

Common Sense from George Washington

"Firearms stand next in importance to the Constitution itself. They are the American people's liberty teeth and keystone under independence. From the hour the Pilgrims landed, to the present day, events occurences and tendencies prove that to ensure peace, security and happiness, the rifle and pistol are equally indispenable. The very atmosphere of firearms everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that's good."

"A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.

For happily the government of the United States, which gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance, requires only that they who live under its protection should demean themselves as good citizens, in giving it on all occasions their effectual support…. May the children of the Stock of Abraham, who dwell in this land, continue to merit and enjoy the good will of the other inhabitants, while every one shall sit in safety under his own vine and fig-tree, and there shall be none to make him afraid.

Same Old Red Wine in a New Bottle


Norman Thomas, perennial Socialist Party presidential candidate and one of the founders of the ACLU, once proclaimed, 'The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism, but under the name of liberalism they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program until one day America will be a socialist nation without ever knowing how it happened.'

Freedom is a Fragile Thing


"Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom and then lost it have never known it again."Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Venezuela says signs new $16 billion China oil deal

http://www.reuters.com/article/GCA-Oil/idUSTRE58F5MS20090916

Chavez gave few details of the deal he said was signed on Tuesday. But he appeared to be talking about a new investment, separate from a similar amount China has promised Venezuela in return for future shipments of fuel oil.
"We have struck an agreement with China for the Orinoco belt over the next three years for $16 billion more," Chavez said on state television. He said that between a recently signed Russian project and the Chinese deal, output would rise by 900,000 bpd.
Last week, Venezuela and Russia formed a joint venture to develop the Junin 6 field with a $20 billion investment. Venezuela says the project will produce up to 450,000 bpd

China could undermine US military power in Pacific: Gates

China could undermine US military power in Pacific: Gates

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Intelligence Agencies Say No New Nukes in Iran

http://www.newsweek.com/id/215529

The officials, who asked for anonymity when discussing sensitive information, said that U.S. intelligence agencies have informed policymakers at the White House and other agencies that the status of Iranian work on development and production of a nuclear bomb has not changed since the formal National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran's "Nuclear Intentions and Capabilities" in November 2007.

Israel 'will attack Iran this year' if West does not cripple Tehran with sanctions

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/israel/6199002/Israel-will-attack-Iran-this-year-if-West-does-not-cripple-Tehran-with-sanctions.html
Ephraim Sneh, Israel's deputy defence minister until 2007, said a nuclear-armed Iran was an unacceptable threat to Israel. No Israeli government could put its faith in President Barack Obama's efforts to bring Tehran to the negotiating table over its nuclear programme, he said.

Mad Man: Is Glenn Beck Bad for America?





A fair article on Glenn Beck. He is what is needed at this time. Washington needs to wake up and realize that we are on to them. Beck has become the voice for the silent majority. This article is a good read.



And he said, "Let me tell you something. I believe that if it were up to you or me, just regular schmoes in America, the Freedom Tower would have been done years ago. And it wouldn't have been the Freedom Tower; it would have been the Freedom Towers - because we would've built both of these towers back the way they were before! Except we would've built them stronger! We would've built them in a way that they would've resisted attack. And you know what? My guess is they would've been 25 stories taller, with a big, fat 'Come and Try That Again' sign on top. We would've built it with our bare hands if we had to, because that's what Americans do. When we fail, when we face a crisis, we pull ourselves up and make things better. I believe the only reason we haven't built it isn't because of Americans. It's because we're being held back. And who is holding us back? Politicians. Special-interest groups. Political correctness. You name it - everybody but you."

The Emerging Brownshirt American State.


http://onlinejournal.com/artman/publish/article_5121.shtml



Europe’s complicity in evil
By Paul Craig Roberts
Online Journal Contributing Writer

[An address by Hon. Paul Craig Roberts, Ph.D., Chevalier, Legion d’Honneur, to Mut zur Ethik Conference, “Sovereignty or Imperialism,” Feldkirch, Austria, September 5, 2009]

Nothing is any different under Obama. Obama has escalated war in Afghanistan; started a new war in Pakistan; tolerated or supported a military coup that overthrew the elected president of Honduras; is constructing seven new US military bases in Colombia, South America; is going forward with various military projects designed to secure US global military hegemony, such as the Prompt Global Strike initiative that intends to provide the US with the capability to strike anywhere on earth within 60 minutes; is working to destabilize the government in Iran, with military attack still on the table as an option; supports America’s new military African Command; intends to encircle Russia with US bases in former constituent parts of the Soviet Union; has suborned NATO troops as mercenaries in US wars of aggression.

""The US media, which were concentrated into a few hands during the Clinton administration, functions as a Ministry of Propaganda for the government. """

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Global Chess Game by D Michael Waller


There is a global chess game taking place and it seems that for the most part, no one is aware of it. This particular game is being played on the chess board and the world serves as the board. In this game the two players are The United States and Russia.

Just look south to South America. Columbia is a pawn in this game for the US matched up against Venezuela, the pawn for Russia. I have posted news stories about the military build up that is under the disguise of fighting the Drug War in Columbia by the US. The Drug Problem is not with Columbia, it is with Mexico, but yet we are doing nothing to Mexico. While Hugo Chavez is getting into bed with Putin with the missiles, armaments and trade agreements with Russia we are doing the same with Columbia. Even Ecuador is starting to open talks with Columbia in the event of having to pick sides in this coming showdown. The question is, What is in it for the US? Is it to sell arms? Is it to control the region? What is the real reason we are there? What is so important that the US and Russia are there and in this region. Why does the US need with this military build up in Columbia?

Why is a private defense contractor like DnyCorp doing in Ecuador and Columbia killing innocent farmers in the name of the United States? DnyCorp had a 600 million dollar contract to spray coco fields in Columbia but instead went after farmers who were growing food crops and livestock in Ecuador. DnyCorp, the same company that trained Columbians Troops and other insurgent groups to fight the FARC, FARC is the opposition force to the current government in Columbia. The training grounds and practice facility's were in Peru before starting on Ecuador and Columbia? DynCorp has always functioned as a cut-out for the Pentagon and CIA covert operations. So, again, why is this taking place?

On the other side of the board we have the pawns of the US - Iraq, and Afghanistan. Russia has Iran. Do you really believe it takes this long to root out a few folks out of a couple of caves? This war in Afghanistan is nothing more than a ploy to be at the front door of Iran, we are already on the side of the house of Iran by being in Iraq. Iran has always been the end game for the US. Iraq was the way into the game. Just think about it? We knew what Hussein had, hell, we got the receipts of the weapons of mass destruction that Donald sold to him to prove it. It is Iran that was then and still is the perceived threat. What is this threat? Is it the nuclear weapons?

And now, we have Russia warning us to tread lightly with Iran while the Reptilian French President Nicolas Sarkozy is waving his frat hand signals as he said, "We cannot let Iran acquire nuclear weapons because it would also be a threat to Israel " What is in it for France? Why is Sarkozy getting involved? What about Israel is so important to France that Sarkosy is coming to their aid? Is France a pawn for the US?

The X-factor in this game is Israel. They know that Obama doesn't have their back and refuse to be a sacrificial lamb in this game. I wouldn't be too worried about the US and Russia, it is Israel that the world needs to be concerned with. This is the same Israel that is advertising to keep their blood pure and to report Jews marrying Non-Jews to the government while killing
Palestinians because of no other crime other than just being there?on their own land?, [ sound familiar? maybe back around 1933? ]

Why are we spending millions of dollars in Iraq on a state of the art Embassy if we are, according to the current administration, leaving soon? Why do we allow Israel to commit war crimes that are as horrific as anything Saddam Hussein did? Why don't we care about the Palestinians the same way we cared about the poor folks in Iraq or Afghanistan? Where is the US or UN on these crimes? Why can one radical regime be allowed carry on while another is singled out to be made over in the name democracy to free the people?

Think about all the conflicts that the US has been involved in over the years. Behind the facade of the enemy was Russia or China. When Iraq was our friend in the war against Iran and Afghanistan during the 80's, we poured arms, money and training into fighting the Russians in Afghanistan and Iran. A few years before this during the mid 70's, Iraq was our enemy when Iran was our friend. One needs a scorecard to keep up with the players, they seem to be jumping sides on a regular basis. One moment they're in, the next, they're out. Why?

Vietnam, lets take a quick look at this one. The war exacted a huge human cost in terms of fatalities, including 3 to 4 million Vietnamese from both sides, 1.5 to 2 million Laotians and Cambodians. Plus the death of 58,159 U.S. soldiers during this conflict in the 60's. Was this conflict nothing more than a show of how far we are willing to go, to let Russia and China know that we will not back down, regardless of the cost? What were the real reasons that we were there? To protect these folks who when Ho Chi Minh asked President Woodrow Wilson to make Vietnam a US Protectorate, was told no, that Vietnam served no use to the US. During the Vietnam War, the North Vietcong were supplied by China and Russia. What change during this time that the lives of 58,159 American Solder's became expendable? And, more important, what change for us to get up and leave? What purpose did this conflict serve for the US interest?

Lets take a look at Bosnia in the 90's. The United States used both "black" C-130 transports and back channels including Islamist groups to smuggle weapons to the Bosnian government forces via Croatia. These Islamist troops were supplied and funded by the US. Now here is the crazy part that makes no sense, these troops came from Iran. This was about the same time of the first Gulf War. So somewhere, Iran became a friend when we needed troops in Bosnia. Where was Russia in this conflict? The Serbs received support from Christian Slavic fighters from countries including Russia. Again another conflict that behind the facade of these two minor players lays the US and Russia. What was the end game in this conflict. What purpose did this serve? Was this just another ploy to exercise new war games with real human lives in the balance? What US interest was at stake?

Time and time again over the years, we can find these wars and conflicts comes down to these two players. Why are they playing this global game in these parts of the world? All these conflicts were nothing more than a global chess game for these elites, the puppet masters pulling the strings of who we think are our real leaders. A high brow game of who is the biggest cock in the hen house. These games serve as a proving ground for new weapons, an excuse for military build up. Who is really behind this? Who is making money off these conflicts. Who is benefiting? Who is gaining from these wars?

If you have followed along this far, let me throw you a curve ball. How many Americans know that the United States Army, the 338th out of Detroit, fought in the Russian Revolution? And fought on the side of the Reds? Yes, American Soldiers fought and died on Russian soil in the name of Lenin. Why? Because the English needed help in protecting their oil interest in Russia. An agreement had been made between the English and Lenin to support the Reds in exchange of keeping the English oil interest intact. That is where the US came in. The very same folks that we died for, in the name of oil, have been our enemy for the past 90 years.

JFK knew the truth to these questions and paid the ultimate price for wanting upright the US. He paid with his life, wanting to set us back on the path of what our founding fathers intended. Listen to his speech that I have posted here on this blog to hear for yourself. He knew, knew too much.

It was never the intentions of the founding fathers in creating the frame work of the Constitution for us, as the US to be playing a game of chess with the lives of innocent people in the balance against a foe that we will never defeat. Had JFK lived, I doubt that we would be in this mess today, there would never have been a " Vietnam " where 3+ million Vietnamese died. We need to take care of our own yard before running off to deal with someone else's yard.

Back to the chess game, why don't we take care of our own here in the US? Why do we need to prove whatever point it is that they feel needs to be proved? We created more problems than what we solved. Maybe if we spent this time and money here in the US, we could have border controls, We could have a nation where English is our language and only language! Where the concept of GOD is still respected instead of Gay Marriage.Where our kids could still pray in school. Where free speech isn't under threat. We would not have unemployment in the double digits. We wouldn't be in debt to the very people that want us to fail. We could still be a nation known for exporting quality goods instead of exporting debt. Maybe we could have a country that is run by us instead of the banking industry, socialist, fascist, and the elites. Maybe those 15 million folks that need health care would have it,, just maybe,, if we weren't so busy playing chess with the world,, just maybe

If we didn't play, would there even be a game????? I just wished the folks on the hill cared about us as much as they do for the game,,,,

JFK Speech, one of the most awesome, inspiring and truthful speeches ever given by a president.

UN Team finds Evidence of Israeli War Crimes


UN team finds evidence of Israeli war crimes
Source: www.presstv.ir
A UN fact-finding investigation has revealed another Israeli crime against humanity in its three-week war against the Gaza Strip last year.In its report released on Tuesday, the UN said Israel violated ...

Monday, September 14, 2009

Obama 'clones' Bush in killing sovereignty


This is why we only have 12 miles of fence
on our borders.

Posted: September 13, 20098:10 pm Eastern
By Jerome R. Corsi© 2009 WorldNetDaily

NEW YORK – President Obama is continuing President George W. Bush's effort to advance North American integration with a public-relations makeover calculated to place the program under the radar of public opinion and to deflect concerns about border security and national sovereignty.
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Sunday, September 13, 2009

The New World Order is "Communism"




by Henry Makow, Ph.D.


(This incorporates, revises and updates the essential "Central Bankers Seek Totalitarian Power" from Nov. 2003.)


Most people think Communism is an ideology dedicated to public ownership and championing workers and the poor. This was a simple but incredibly successful ruse which duped hundreds of millions. The ideology appealed to people who want something for nothing- rather a large segment.

Venezuela Says It Will Buy Russian Missiles


Another move on the chessboard of South America,
We need to keep an eye on this situation.




By SIMON ROMERO
Published: September 12, 2009
CARACAS, Venezuela — President Hugo Chávez said Friday night that Venezuela had reached an agreement to buy short-range missiles from Russia, part of a deepening security relationship with Russia as Mr. Chávez chafes at a plan by the United States to increase its military presence in neighboring Colombia.
The missiles, if the deal goes through, would put within firing range locations in Colombia or American military installations on the islands of Aruba or Curaçao in the Netherlands Antilles off Venezuela’s coast, where the United States operates surveillance flights. But Mr. Chávez insisted that the weapons were solely for defensive purposes

Thousands Rally in Capital to Protest Big Government 9/12ers at work




WASHINGTON — A sea of protesters filled the west lawn of the Capitol and spilled onto the National Mall on Saturday in the largest rally against President Obama since he took office, a culmination of a summer-long season of protests that began with opposition to a health care overhaul and grew into a broader dissatisfaction with government.

On a cloudy and cool day, the demonstrators came from all corners of the country, waving American flags and handwritten signs explaining the root of their frustrations. Their anger stretched well beyond the health care legislation moving through Congress, with shouts of support for gun rights, lower taxes and a smaller government.

Dr. Van de Meer Predicts Monetary Collapse





By Benjamin Fulford


A private but extremely influential, silent individual, Dr. Michael Van de Meer, is the person predicting a financial collapse of the United States starting on September 30th. That is the end of the fiscal year and the final date for payments the Federal Reserve Board wants to act, but cannot, because it is in a catatonic state, as are the leaders of every nation state in the world.

There will also be indications on September the 16th, he informed me some ten months ago, "Although September 30th will be the tipping point at which the tree's fate is determined, the branches will not hit the ground until October 7 and 27th and going on into November," he says.

Dr. Van de Meer correctly predicted the financial panic that started in September of 2008 (also 10 months in advance) and has made many other accurate predictions.

Two Thousand Schoolgirls Suffer Suspected Ill-Effects From Cervical Cancer Vaccine


Two thousand schoolgirls suffer suspected illeffects from cervical cancer vaccine
Source: www.telegraph.co.uk
Thousands of schoolgirls have suffered suspected adverse reactions to a controversial cervical cancer vaccine introduced by the Government.

Somalia: The Next Afghanistan


Jihad: The Somalia connection - Home News, UK - The Independent
Source: www.independent.co.uk
British intelligence chiefs have targeted war-torn Somalia as the next major challenge to their efforts to repel Islamic terrorism, after scores of youths left the UK for

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Boston launches flu shot tracking


Here is an article from November, 2008. The Goverment has already started with experimenting with the RFID concept. This is real and it is coming unless you wake up and put a stop to it.


Boston launches flu shot tracking
City to pinpoint areas of low rates of vaccination
By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / November 21, 2008

bostoncom751:http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2008/11/21/boston_launches_flu_shot_tracking/

Using technology originally developed for mass disasters, Boston disease trackers are embarking on a novel experiment - one of the first in the country - aimed at eventually creating a citywide registry of everyone who has had a flu vaccination. The resulting vaccination map would allow swift intervention in neighborhoods left vulnerable to the fast-moving respiratory illness.



The trial starts this afternoon, when several hundred people are expected to queue up for immunizations at the headquarters of the Boston Public Health Commission. Each of them will get a bracelet printed with a unique identifier code. Information about the vaccine's recipients, and the shot, will be entered into handheld devices similar to those used by delivery truck drivers.

R.F.I.D Bracelet Once You Have Had the Swine Flu Vaccination?

The Stockholm Syndrome For States by Russell D. Longcore

The Stockholm Syndrome For States by Russell D. Longcore

The destruction of the United States of America is taking place and everybody is in love with the Joker or too busy checking out Kate's new hair do,,, Wake up folks,,,
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Tree of Liberty


Nevada's battle of the presidents

By Stephen Evans
BBC News, Las Vegas

Barack Obama faces considerable opposition to his plans for healthcare reform, not least from a man in Las Vegas, who is recruiting Thomas Jefferson in his opposition to the US president's plans.


Glen Parshall is a great bear of a man who could make a pretty good living as a Santa Claus in any Christmas grotto. Except, that is, for the armoury of hundreds of guns with which he is surrounded and which he fondles with gentle care. Glen Parshall, you see, is a pawn-broker in Las Vegas who specialises in guns. He takes them in return for a loan, and sells those he keeps when the loans are not repaid. Business, he tells me, is very good at the moment because high unemployment means more crime and so more people wanting to protect themselves by carrying a gun. And high unemployment also means more desperate people depositing their weapons in return for his four-month loans at 10% interest a month.

'Tree of Liberty'

Mr Parshall, though, is not just a businessman for whom the recession is a boon. He is also one of the out-riders for libertarians who believe that America under Obama is turning into a socialist state.Jefferson wrote about the 'Tree of Liberty' in a letter to William S Smith I do not exaggerate. "We've got someone who is an out-and-out Marxist, a total socialist, who is trying to put everything under government control," Mr Parshall told me. "There's a lot of people that are rising up," he says. He and other self-described "free-thinkers" make much of Thomas Jefferson's statement: "The Tree of Liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." I asked him whether, given the taking over of America by a socialist, violence against Mr Obama would be legitimate. "If they don't start conforming to our constitution, we may have to rise up in arms and take our country back," Mr Parshall replied, though he says that would be a last resort if elections did not do the job first. Mr Parshall is a polite, engaging man, open to discussion, even gentle argument. Though the sign behind him does say: "I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed man," which I know not to be true because he engaged in a pleasant battle of wits with me.

Searing anger

Nobody argues that Mr Parshall represents great numbers of Americans, but that does not mean he is insignificant. Liberals say there is a dangerous atmosphere on the fringe.
They point to the numbers of armed men who now turn up at healthcare meetings asserting their right to bear arms, sometimes wearing badges with the quote about "refreshing the Tree of Liberty" with blood. And there is, certainly, a searing anger at Mr Obama's policies.
Everywhere Mr Parshall's comrades now turn, they see more evidence of the country being taken away from them. A short distance from the pawn shop, for example, is the University of Nevada Medical Centre, a hospital funded by the tax-payer. In a small room on the first floor, illegal immigrants are being treated at great cost for kidney failure. This enrages some people who cannot understand how the cash-strapped American tax-payer now comes to be funding the healthcare of people who have no right to be in the country in the first place.

Controversial treatment

I met Philip Ramoth who told me through his mask as he was being dialysed that he came to America from British Honduras without the right papers. He managed to get a job driving a garbage truck until his kidneys failed. He then went to the hospital, which took him in. As the head of emergency medicine Dale Carrison told me: "We see these people because we're physicians and that's our role, and secondly, because it's the law." He says there is a legal obligation not to refuse treatment to people who would otherwise die. But it is not a popular view in Las Vegas, and it adds to the belief on the right, that the country, as they love it, has been stolen from them. By the way, the sentence "The Tree of Liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants" may have been written first by one of the great founding fathers of American liberty, but it was made famous, too, by one Timothy McVeigh. He, you remember, murdered 168 people when he attacked what he saw as a tyrannical federal government in Oklahoma City in 1995. It was the slogan on his T-shirt.