Month: June 2010

A Real Horror Tale

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During her Senate confirmation hearing, Elena Kagan practices her death grip on the constitution and the American people.

Hey kids, the 4th of July weekend is coming up and I hear that millions of you will head for the theaters to see the next installment of the ‘Twilight Saga.’ Not having read the books or seen the first two movies in the series I can only go by what I’ve heard about them. They appear to be revisionist writings of the folklore tales of vampires where there are ‘good’ bloodsuckers that interact with the bad. I guess I’m old fashioned in that it’s hard to see vampires as good unless you happen to be one of them.

Most of those who will see the movie are oblivious to the real life horror tale of a Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Blood thirsty senators talking and questioning one of their own kind about how to further suck out what’s left of  the life of the American public. Going through the motions of being human in the daylight while waiting for darkness to feast on the unaware.

Kagan’s confirmation will be just another confirmation that the undead, a very small percentage of the population, have us in their grasp.

We may fight a little while the fangs enter our body but the sweet relief of sleep is soon welcome.

Crosses and prayers have no effect on the living dead. Maybe a stake through the heart is the best defense but we seem to have misplaced where we put those.

Enjoy the show. You never know when it will be your last.

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Good Spy, Bad Spy

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It’s amazing that one day after the story of the bad Russian spies comes out that there’s a re-spin of the good Israeli spy, the one who just happens to be the eldest son of one of the founders of Hamas.

What has been left out from the ‘news’ report is that Israel created Hamas as a counter to the Palestinian Liberation Organization. Another divide and conquer technique. A deception to ensure that no peace agreement would ever come about. Peace agreements that if actually upheld could mean an end to Israeli land thefts and genocidal agenda and that’s not what the psychopathic ‘leaders’ of Israel want. As always, U.S. policy and money support these crimes against humanity.

So once again Israeli spies are portrayed in the zionist media as ‘folk heroes’ to be protected from retaliation for being traitors. Some in the media might even call this romantic.

Spying is OK, Everybody Does It

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Only a few days after Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Obama went to Ray’s Hell Burger to bond and eat some dead animals, 10 Russian spies are arrested.

The alleged “deep-cover” spies are accused of working for the SVR, the Russian Federation version of the CIA. Mikhail Fradkov, director of the SVR, reports directly to Mr. Medvedev. {more}

Their job, according to the court papers in the case, was “to search and develop ties in policymaking circles” in the United States.

Each of the 10 was charged with conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison on conviction.

Federal law prohibits individuals from acting as agents of foreign governments within the United States without notifying the U.S. attorney general.{more}

Develop ties in  policymaking circles to influence policy, acting as agents of foreign governments? Now where have I heard about other groups seemingly doing the same thing.

Oh yeah, AIPAC.

If the FBI and the Justice Department are finally cracking down on these un-American foreign agent spies, then the arrest of hundreds of AIPAC foreign agents must be imminent.

Or maybe since the ‘antics’ of Israel are getting a little too hot and the talk about Israel’s history of spying in America is increasing, it’s time to show the public that they’re not the only spies in town.

Heck, those Russians may have been planning the next 9/11 and I bet they would have filmed/documented the event and danced and sang as they were doing it.

What’s the big deal? We don’t have spies in Moscow?

And what about that Israeli/American spy Jonathan Pollard? Isn’t he still locked up?

Might as well let him go. Just like all the Mossad agents picked up immediately after 9/11 were set free to go back home.

It’s just spying ….. everybody does it.

Will the 2010 elections be fixed?

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In one way or the other they will be.

Where the election is a fiction, the representation is a fiction also.  Like will always produce like.
Thomas Paine to the Citizens of the United States, January 29, 1803





The essential problem with the American republic today is that “the representation is a fiction” because our elections are fraudulent fiction.  President Obama and the Congressmen running the United States do not really represent us, the American people.  Our politicians are beholden to the people who put them in power, i.e.  the people who own and control the electronic voting machine systems used across the United States.

The only way to peacefully restore the stolen sovereignty to the American people is to restore integrity and transparency to our elections.  The widespread use of electronic voting machines is how our republic is stolen from us every time we hold elections.  The easiest and surest way to get our nation back is to return to hand-counted paper ballots in every polling place across the United States. 

The Constitution gives the states and counties the authority to determine the manner of voting.  The citizens in every county need to be involved and present at the counting of the votes in every polling place to properly authenticate the tally.  This is the absolute essential condition, the conditio sine qua non of an open and democratic election.  If the people are not involved in the counting of the votes, the election is not authentic.  It’s that simple.  A few hours spent counting votes is a small price (but the absolute minimum required) to pay for preserving our republic. {more}



From the local and state to the national elections there has always been a certain amount of vote fraud. Unscrupulous people conspired, money was passed, it happened. Even John Kennedy may have been elected thanks to the ‘Chicago voting machine.’

Today’s voting  ‘technology’ forced upon us by the federal government makes things a little easier for those who want to fix an election, but that’s not the only way to manipulate the vote

In electronic voting with no paper trail, the South Carolina debacle of Alvin Greene winning the democratic Senate primary was so blatant that it appears the fraudsters are open about giving us the finger and daring us to do anything about it. It may also be to create disillusionment about the whole voting process. I’ve heard more than a few say here lately “why vote, it’s fixed.”



With overwhelming support, my state of Tennessee passed the Voter Confidence Act which required a paper trail for the 2010 elections and even with federal money to implement it, it has been delayed. Why?

It’s never been clear why Republicans are so bent on delaying this law. It would eliminate the hazards of paperless, unverified electronic voting. In Tennessee, 93 of 95 counties use touch-screen machines with no paper trail to verify results. The Voter Confidence Act calls for replacing these by the 2010 elections with paper ballots to be marked by voters and then read by optical scanners–a system allowing for recounts and audits of the actual tallies. Some county election commissioners are against making the change because they’d have to buy paper ballots.

Common sense is to court voters, not create hurdles. I’ve said it before and I most likely will say it again, but why can I get a receipt at McDonald’s when I buy a Quarter Pounder and not one when I cast a vote for someone who can seriously change the world I live in politically? We have the knowledge to land a man on the moon, but a receipt or an option for a paper ballot for a vote is unheard of? {more}

Adding insult to injury is the fraud of the two party system. In the national elections, I’m hard pressed to find anyone in the dual headed monster worth voting for anywhere in the country even if the elections were honest. There are a few who would work for the people and within the framework of the constitution but they have no money and little support and we know how that goes.

The illusion of democracy is not even that anymore.  It’s wide open fraud, in your face by those running the show saying go ahead, talk all you want, there’s nothing you’re going to do about it.

“A republic if you can keep it” once said Ben Franklin. Obviously we haven’t been able to.

John Quincy Adams in 1821 set forth the vision of the American republic and predicted what we have become by not sticking to that vision.

She has abstained from interference in the concerns of others, even when conflict has been for principles to which she clings, as to the last vital drop that visits the heart…. She goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the champion and vindicator only of her own…. She well knows that by once enlisting under other banners than her own, were they even the banners of foreign independence … the fundamental maxims of her policy would insensibly change from liberty to force…. She might become the dictatress of the world.

The World At War

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Ghana beats the U.S. in a game of football where no one is hurt except for the hearts of a few fans. The other games of the U.S., those of psychopathic profiteering and power, extract a much heaver toll, both at home and abroad.

AFRICOM vs. Ghana in the Round of 16

by Winter Patriot 

We Are The World, and even as I write, we are preparing for another battle, the next in a month-long series of short, controlled skirmishes which will draw the attention of billions of people, although neither the individual skirmishes nor the entire series have any actual significance. Such is the power of modern marketing.

The imminent clash pits the huge and mighty USA — which just recently admitted running overt and covert “clandestine operations” in at least 75 “sovereign” nations — against the small and mostly impoverished African nation of Ghana. Despite the disparity in resources, USA is not considered a “prohibitive favorite”. Such is the nature of modern football (which Americans insist on calling “soccer”).

Recently, at a family gathering, one of the older women — a mother of three boys, two of whom joined the Marines as teenagers — was talking about the Vietnam-era anti-war demonstrators. Many people believe that the anti-war movement forced an end to the war. I wouldn’t go quite that far, but at the very least the anti-war movement proved to me that some Americans still had functioning brains and hearts.

I don’t see that very much anymore; the brains appear to have turned to mush, and the hearts to stone. I was hoping the old woman was about to say something of a similar nature, but instead, looking back on the protests, she said, “That was so difficult for the parents!”

Given the circumstances, there was little I could say. I certainly couldn’t say what I was thinking: “The parents!? It was difficult for the parents?? How do you think it was for the children???”

First we had to throw off all the propaganda we’d been fed by our schools, by our parents, by the teevee and the radio, the movies and the newspapers and all the rest of our so-called “culture”; then we had to bring ourselves face-to-face with the fact that our government had adopted a policy of killing millions of innocent people, who had no means to harm us and no intention of doing so, for fun and profit. It was a most repulsive revelation, especially in the midst of all the Disney-crap we’d been “brought up” on.

But even that wasn’t enough, because having learned what we had learned, having taken the stands we had taken, we then had to endure the rejection of our parents: and we saw with our own eyes how the people who had brought us into this world, fed us and held us, taught us and loved us, turned against us when we brought to light the most vital truth of their lives, preferring the deadly fiction to which they were accustomed, and with which they were so much more comfortable. And now, “it was so difficult for the parents”. Such is the power of modern American stupidity.

None of this makes any difference, of course, to the billions preparing to tune in to the match between USA and Ghana. Very few of the world’s sporting fans seem to know or care whether Ghana is seen by USA as nothing but a tiny component of AFRICOM, which in itself is simply one cog in the Pentagon’s plan to rule the world by force. I know people who will be standing and cheering and yelling “USA!! USA!!” all afternoon, but I cannot share — or understand — their sentiment.

I want to see the whole world screaming for Ghana. I want to see the whole world waking up and aligning itself against the USA, not only in world football but also — much more significantly — against the American plan to rule the world.

I want ordinary, “decent”, “intelligent” Americans to see the unprovoked murder of even one innocent person as an intolerable outrage; then I want them to understand that their country has murdered millions upon millions of innocent people, not just at one time and in one place but repeatedly, all over the world, for decades. And I want them to realize that their chant of “USA!! USA!!” is — for the rest of the world — the most obscene of non-violent gestures.

Not that it matters in the slightest to anyone, but it breaks my heart to realize that the country of my birth is a serial mass murderer, and that even despite the horror that is USA, many of the allegedly most intelligent people I know, including elderly and supposedly wise members of my extended family, still support it, while seeing any prospect of facing the truth about it as “difficult for the parents”.

I want the so-called “Family of Man” to take a stand. I want to hear millions and millions — billions — of voices, jeering and whistling every time an American player touches the ball. I want to hear billions of voices jeering and whistling every time an American president tells another outrageous lie, every time the American military launches another unprovoked attack against innocent people, every time … every time …

I know none of this will happen. But then again this is football, where everything is artificial and nothing matters. Surely a battered old man with a broken heart can have a dream now and then, can’t he? Isn’t that what the beautiful game is all about? {source}

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For Anyone Feeling Overwhelmed

Hang On, because the freaks are just getting started.

Take a deep breath and consider all the good people who are in the same boat.

YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

We are witness to what out of control greed and evil can do.

When I look around me I see many, many good people from the left and the right who have been deceived and are being lead down the wrong path.

At some point these good people will awaken and like a sliding scale will eventually be in the same boat we are.

We must be ready and willing to welcome these victims aboard and aid them in their education as to what is going on and how to survive.

Take heart, do not despair our ancestors had great challenges and they survived as we will, as well. Be alert, be pro active and be true to yourself and whatever we must face, we face it together.

I have grown wiser and more thoughtful in the last three years more than in my whole 60 years. I am a better person today than I was yesterday. By the time this is over I should be just about damn perfect. LOL

Don’t forget to have a laugh, it helps to relieve stress. {source:

Our Next Congresscritter? Lou Ann Zelenik Quotes MLK as She Stokes Hatred of Muslims

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Zelenik is spending the money, her ads are all over the airwaves.

Now she stoops  to the lowest common denominator of the ‘small people’ in Tennessee’s 6th district congressional race.

Groveling for AIPAC money and the propagandized vote.

from the Nashville Scene

It was only a matter of time before an unscrupulous politician tried to gain a little mileage out of all the angry opposition to the Islamic community center in Murfreesboro. Lou Ann Zelenik proudly stepped into that role today by issuing a statement that not only exploits but inflames racial prejudice and religious intolerance.

“We Americans pride ourselves on being a tolerant people, but tolerance does not require naïveté. Our nation is at war with Islamic extremists. Radical Muslims are killing our servicemen and servicewomen everyday. They say [they] want to kill us, and time and again they have backed up their words with action.”

She had the spectacular gall to quote Martin Luther King, as if he would agree with her hate-filled message.

“As Martin Luther King said, ‘in the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends,’ so let us not be silent. Stand strong for our God, our families, and our country. God bless you all.”

The crazy thing is that Zelenik, a construction company owner who can self-finance her campaign, might actually win the Republican primary in the Sixth Congressional District. If she does, she’ll probably win the fall election, too. If you think Marsha Blackburn is freaky, just wait until Zelenik goes to Washington.

Sign at future mosque site vandalized again

Zelenik denounces plan to build mosque 

Sixth District candidate Lou Ann Zelenik said she stands with those who oppose building what she calls “an Islamic training center.”She says the center is not part of a religious movement, but a political one “designed to fracture the moral and political foundation of Middle Tennessee.”

Zelenik emailed her statement to media just hours before a rally was to be held inside the Rutherford County Courthouse to promote tolerance following inflammatory comments made prior to last week’s County Commission meeting about the center that garnered national attention.

Zelenik, who calls herself a leader in the Middle Tennessee tea party movement, hopes to replace U.S. Rep. Bart Gordon, who is retiring after 13 terms.

Anti-Muslim Psyops Still Alive and Well in Middle TN

G20 Police State Toronto

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Coming soon to a neighborhood near you?

Police get new powers for G20

Legislation gives police right to search anyone within five metres of security fence

They’ve been written into a special piece of legislation called the Public Works Protection Act. Ontario’s cabinet quietly passed the new rules on June 2 without legislature debate.

The new powers work on the streets and sidewalks in and around the security fence.

Under the laws, anyone who comes within five metres of the security area is obliged to give police their name and state the purpose of their visit.

Police, at their discretion, can deny access to the area and “use whatever force is necessary” to keep people out.

‘Fortress Toronto’ set for G20 – video

Toronto turned into fortress for G8, G20 summits – video

Toronto Police Get PWND By G20 Protester – video

Man With Car Packed With Camping Equipment Arrested As G20 Security Threat! – video