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Living in the Wild Wild West

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Infiniti’s reputation as a tough car for bouncing off of barriers and cop cars at the White House and the Capitol with a baby on board has been enhanced. Bullet proof windows would’ve helped though.

As the story goes right now an African American woman from Connecticut did some fairly wild  things and was executed by the police for it. 
 “A history of mental health issues.”
No capture and arrest, no explanations, no trial, no psychiatrists, no lawyers. It’s much easier that way. Early myths reported were that at the end she jumped from the car blazing away with a gun but I think the official story has morphed into she was shot where she sat in the drivers seat and she wasn’t armed. Luckily the cops missed the baby.

Whatever really went down…what a great diversion…again. Right on cue here in the government slowdown theater. Lawmakers and aides huddled in a lockdown. “Shelter in place!” That’s getting to be a popular phrase these days.

Gov shutdown, Obamacare, mental illness, security…..there must be a narrative developing here.

The funnest thing I heard was Fox ‘News’ promoting the idea that since Janet Napolitano left as head of Homeland Security and no one has taken her place that things are likely to fall apart. 

Operation “Capital Shield 2014” just happened to be finishing up today. Those guys must be training for the next big crisis and “mass panic” all the time.

This cop car got the raw end of the chase. It just didn’t have the maneuverability of the Infiniti…or maybe it was the driver.

The Sun Came Up Again Today

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It’s being said the government is in a partial shutdown. Hard to tell from here. A beautiful morning, the sky is blue and the air seems fresh.

Many government employees are on vacation without pay. Does that mean that the chemtrail spraying is halted? We have to look on the bright side.

By coincidence it’s also the first day of Obongo Care. Sign up kiddies. It’s your duty and a mandate. Seen the ads? $700 million for promotions seems a little excessive but it’s just funny money.

Speaking of funny money, can we lay much of the blame on the Federal Reserve and their lackeys? Yes, we can.

Federal Reserve Bank (Inc.) A Murderous History? Banksters, the Worlds Worst Gangsters

Usury-interest on debt, the war machine, theft of money earned on labor by the Fed’s enforcement arm the IRS, waste, fraud, bribery, blackmail etc., etc. Just how much is being spent spying on us? And what about all the psyops being constantly imposed upon us? Not cheap, not cheap at all.

These Are Not the Normal Activities of a Government Planning for Peace and Stability


Small Things

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We’re always looking for the big hit. The thing that happens that changes the lives of large numbers of people positively. A heroic happening, an event that opens folks eyes and possibly brings them together.

Those are few and far between but every now and then we can smile at the small things. Much of this is going to happen at the local level.

A couple of local stories fit in that category. One is that another middle Tennessee city, Columbia, has decided to remove fluoride from their water supply. That makes four. It must be some kind of movement and it doesn’t take a great number of activists to influence outcomes. The TV reports have emphasized the cost cutting measures and somewhat downplayed the health issues and history of fluoride but I saw one that did mention brain damage which is a distinct possibility, especially in kids.

It’s a small thing but perhaps we can chalk this one up as a win.

The other one is  a followup from a story early last year when local county deputies shot a young man in the back of the head, killing him, as he drove around in circles on his own property. As usual in these kinds of police shootings the deputies were absolved of any criminal wrongdoing in an ‘investigation’ The family filed a civil suit which took place in Nashville in front of a jury.

Two Cannon County sheriff’s deputies were found guilty in U.S. District Court in Nashville on Friday of using excessive deadly force and are liable for $2.25 million in damages to the victim’s family.

Deputies Reed Bryson and Jordan McGee were found to have violated the Fourth Amendment rights of Richard Butcher, 28, whom they shot and killed as he was driving in circles in the front yard of his Woodbury home in February 2012.

The county says they are going to appeal  and who knows if anyone is going to actually see any money but you have to think that this may just plant the seeds of doubt in all the sheriff’s department employees that these wild west shootings can have repercussions. The jury, a small group of  people spoke and said this wasn’t right and charged a monetary value for an unnecessary killing. It doesn’t bring the boy back but the message is a form of vindication and it may have worth. 

A small but an important thing that just might help prevent the same sort of thing from happening again? Time will tell if this is a win.

I would bet that most everyone reading here has a few local ‘small thing’ tales. They add up. It’s slow motion but at least we’re not always standing still. Get a win or two under our belts and it builds confidence. Hey…now what else can we do?

Removing the fluoride in our public water supplies is doable. One water district at a time. I’m in. It may not be stopping the wars but it’s something. What’s the old saying…first they ridicule you, then they attack you…then you win…or something like that.

Rouhani’s no Ahmadinejad but he gets his message across

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I started listening to Barry’s speech at the UN but as soon as I heard him interject the official myths of 9/11 and the ‘gassings’ of the Holocaust, my mind started blanking him out. Here’s the transcript and video if you have masochistic tendencies.  

It is with a sick and sad feeling that we have to acknowledge that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s words  resonate with the vast majority of mankind much more so than those of our president. 


This gets ridiculous but actually Israel admitted that they fear the light of truth, in standard vampire tradition, by boycotting Rouhani’s speech. 

Netanyahu gets downright silly and if he wasn’t so dangerous we would just laugh in his face like he does ours. Hey…we’ll laugh at him anyway.

In a statement, Netanyahu said that despite a new Iranian “smile offensive,” the policies of the Islamic republic remain the same. He accused Rohani of refusing to recognize the Holocaust.

“When Iran’s leaders cease to deny the Jewish people’s Holocaust and call for the destruction of the Jewish state, the Israeli delegation will listen to its speeches. Despite Iran’s new president’s ‘smile offensive’, their policy remains unchanged – just last week Rohani… refused to recognize the Holocaust as a historical fact.”

Netanyahu said the world “should not be fooled” by signs of moderation from Tehran…..

When an excuse is that world peace is dependent upon all players acknowledging hoaxes, lies and deceptions, well…more wars, more false flags, more staged events, more theft and many more deceptions are on the way. Unless…unless… we find some way to stop it. How do we do this?

World Wide Gladio

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The strategy of tension keeps moving around so no predictable pattern can be established.

Earlier this last week it was the DC Navy Yard and this time it’s Kenya and the attack is in an upscale Israeli owned mall. The dead include Africans, Europeans, Asians and North Americans. So far no reports of any Israelis killed even though there’s a Dead Sea mud kiosk there which you might think would be a top priority for any self respecting ‘terrorist.’ Israeli advisers are johnny-on-the-spot to help formulate a strategy though.

Ilana Stein, a spokeswoman for Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said the attack took place near the ArtCaffe, an Israeli-owned coffee shop and bakery popular with foreigners that is one of 80 businesses in the mall. Ms. Stein said that one Israeli had been lightly injured, that three others had escaped unharmed and that Israelis had not been specifically targeted. “This time, the story is not about Israel,” Ms. Stein said.

Not about Israel eh? The mall is well insured I’m sure so little long term economic damage there.

The recent discovery of oil deposits in Kenya’s Turkana County could increase insecurity in the region. No kidding?

Not getting quite the publicity is the bombing of a Christian church in Peshawar Pakistan where according to reports the death toll is even higher than in Nairobi.

It’s the same shadows at play in both of these attacks with elements of the CIA, NATO, Israel and Pakistan intelligence involved. Directly or indirectly, it’s our money, plus interest to the bankers, paying for the killing. 

The Operation Gladio tactics tend to work. Why mess with success? More to come but don’t look for the MSM to ever make the connection.between Gladio’s past and their present incarnations.

You had to attack civilians, the people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game. The reason was quite simple: to force … the public to turn to the state to ask for greater security.”

The Times We Live In

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One curse of our time is that an event such as the Washington Naval Yard shooting has to be immediately looked at as a false flag, a staged event and it is the up to the powers that be and their media to prove it’s not. They’re trying to do just that.

It’s been common that first reports of scenes like these are of multiple shooters but later on reduced to the lone gunman. Yep, it’s happened again.

Who was running security at the Naval Yard anyway? I haven’t found that out yet. 

Will we see any security footage of him getting into the facility with ‘the gun.’

When the FBI takes over as lead of the investigation, is there any doubt that there may be a cover-up in place?

Wasn’t Obama pushing more gun control measures just yesterday? Just a coincidence…as always. 

Carol A. Valentine was right on the story at her blog.

Jon Rappoport is quick.

Mike Rivero always adds the SSRI angle. ???

LOOK! 2 Articles Posted Day Before D.C. Navy Yard Shooting!pre-packaged news allegedly mistakenly reported before it even happens? Need some confirmation.