Month: April 2012
Lindsey Lohan arrives in Washington for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and sums up the attitude toward Americans with this one gesture.
“Everything that is wrong with America is here in this room.”
– Jimmy Kimmel
Well not everything. The room wasn’t big enough.
Helen Thomas didn’t get an invite. The ‘lobby’ made sure of that. 50 years ago Thomas convinced President John F. Kennedy to boycott the White House Correspondents’ Association’s annual dinner if women weren’t invited to attend. Now we have Kim Kardashian and even dogs as special guests. Yep, women and free speech and pooches have come a long way.
May Day is coming up and last year’s ‘big lie,’ the fake killing of bin laden, is a talking point for Obama’s re-election. Will there be an ‘event’ this year? Maybe something that attempts to portray Americans as the new enemy of the state? We’ll see.
It’s ‘blow up a school with drones’ day in Pakistan. The ‘terrorists’ never seem to learn, do they? Hillary Clinton and Tim Geithner are going to China this week and it’s hard to tell who will get the schooling there.
Surely if someone can win a Pulitzer Prize for a collection of poems that often reference David Bowie, then Timster’s newly published book should also have a shot. Not really but maybe we should have an alternative world Pulitzer where we all get a vote?
This is going to be an interesting spring and summer. But aren’t they all?
Will you still need me, will you still feed me when I’m sixty-four?
Indeed we will. Whether we like it or not we continue to feed the slot machine of Israel where there is no programmed payout for the vast majority of Americans or the world. House takes all.
It’s the 64th birthday of Israel. We won’t celebrate but we would like to blow out the candles on that rancid cake once and for all.
These kids have no more birthdays to celebrate and only a few in our convoluted western world seem to care …….
So a kid gets a Confederate flag prom dress made and gets refused entrance to the ‘big night’ for wearing it. The story gets a little attention and stirs up the same tired debate as shown in the comments at the link.
Rural Tennessee and the Confederate flag walk hand in hand for a number of folks and there certainly are still elements of racism involved. It’s passed down and passed around. The KKK talk is fairly common with the kids and when you try to explain that most of these groups are either run or infiltrated by the FBI and the SPLC, they look at you like that can’t be. Sometimes it’s hard to get across the divide and conquer techniques used against us.
Although slavery was an important aspect of the Civil War, it’s repeatedly used as a misdirection away from what were the real enemies. It’s the same enemies we face today … an overly powerful corrupt central government and central banks. The North and the South both lost that one and we’re still losing the same battles today. As long as we separate ourselves and argue about the wrong things we will continue to lose.
The Daily Bell sums up the hidden story very well. This won’t be taught in the high schools. It’s up to us to pass it around ourselves.
Confederate States of AmericaThe Confederate States of America, also called the C.S.A and the Confederacy, was a decentralized confederation form of weak central government established by the eleven Southern states, which seceded from the United States in 1861. They followed the original government model of the American founding fathers, the Articles of Confederation, a government much like Switzerland today.
The Southern states democratically withdrew from the Union by state conventions in the same way they had originally entered into the Union. Although the defense of the dying institution of slavery played a role in Southern secession for the small percentage of wealthy slaveholders, the high tariffs and import duties (the agricultural southern states generated most of the tax revenue for Washington) as well as regional animosity helped cause the conflict.
The Lincoln Administration and the wealthy northern elite manufacturing, banking and railroad interests, which supported the Republican Party, could not have survived a low tariff nation importing from Europe and the Mississippi River transportation of goods from the Midwest being shipped in and out of New Orleans on the American southern border.
The loss of Washington revenues would have crippled the United States, therefore this war like most others was all about economic and monetary issues rather than the slavery issue used by Washington to justify the genocidal war, which killed over 600,000 Americans.
The war was also financed and promoted by Rothschild banking interests, which spent millions to promote different editorial positions and views in the same way that would take place in a more sophisticated manner with World War One in Europe.
The Rothschilds had several objectives in mind for the Civil War like most other wars they have promoted. First was to make a profit from government, providing business loans and generating manufacturing profits off both sides of the Civil War. Second, was to destroy Southern political power that was inherently opposed to central banking. Third was to generate the necessary long-term monopoly of power by the pro-bank Lincoln and the Republican Party in order to create a third and lasting central banking entity in the United States that would be covertly controlled by Rothschild banking interests.
The South, without an industrial base or major banking interest, blindly followed the Rothschild game plan of fiat currency inflation and loans to fund their war effort. The North, under Lincoln, followed the advice of Colonel Dick Taylor of Chicago and issued legal tender treasury notes with interest called Greenbacks in order to fund the war instead of paying the 20% plus interest rates demanded by the Rothschild’s.
In the end, the war destroyed Southern political and economic power and created the conditions for the establishment of the Federal Reserve in 1913. In addition, at the end of the war, an amendment to the Constitution made it illegal for states or individuals to pay debts to entities that loaned the Confederacy money. Some historians and economists believe the assassination of Abraham Lincoln was retribution for the losses sustained by the banking interests and comparisons have been made with the Kennedy assassination in 1963.
When Robert E. Lee surrendered the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in 1865, the Confederate States of America ceased to exist as a nation. Two limited constitutional republics went into the war based on principles of the founding fathers. But after the war, this vision of limited central government was replaced by a powerful central government dependent on banking interests and increasing levels of taxation combined with the beginnings of military aggression and empire. The rest is history. And not a pleasant one for those who believe civil societies function better when they are freer.
President Barack Obama hugs Nobel Laureate and Holocau$t survivor Elie Wiesel in the audience at the United States Holocaust Museum in Washington. Obama delivered remarks on future holocaust prevention at the museum.
Besides the usual talk in this surreal gathering of frauds talking to other frauds about the fraud of the 20th century, Barry reaches deep into his pockets of hypocrisy to condemn for others exactly what his masters and handlers tell him to do, spy on citizens…..
“I’ve signed an executive order that authorizes new sanctions against the Syrian government and Iran and those that abet them for using technologies to monitor and track and target citizens for violence. These technologies should not empower — these technologies should be in place to empower citizens, not to repress them. And it’s one more step that we can take toward the day that we know will come — the end of the Assad regime that has brutalized the Syrian people — and allow the Syrian people to chart their own destiny.”
‘Do as I say, not as I do’ takes on more Orwellian colors.
Just think, we have coming up what looks like an Obama/Romney one way ticket to Israel election where we are the losers no matter who ‘wins.’
I see where the ‘hundred year war’ got an extension in Afghanistan. Of course we knew there’s no way the CIA and it’s allies are going to give up the drug trade. The crops are protected, transit corridors are stabilized, the money laundering banks are in place and the addicts in Russia, Europe and the US continue to grow. $500 billion, maybe more, in hard drug money buys a lot of power.
Speaking of frauds, it’s what some call Zecharia Sitchin and Erich Von Däniken. I won’t argue one way or the other but I’ve found that their work brings up many questions about our past and at the least makes us think once again … “where do we come from?”
What I’ve been watching and listening to today … a 1970 documentary based on Von Däniken’s “Chariots of the Gods” and an audiobook edit of Sitchin’s “The Twelfth Planet.”
According to some accounts April 19th to May 1st is Blood Sacrifice To The Beast, a most critical 13-day period in Occult ‘holidays.’ Fire sacrifice is required on April 19.
So perhaps it is no coincidence that the destruction by fire of the Waco compound in 1993 and the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995 took place on this date. Although the official story says that Timothy McVeigh chose the date of OK City to coincide with Waco, McVeigh and Terry Nichols were far from the only ones involved. False flags always take patsies and a number of criminal accessories to pull off.
Both events served at least a couple of purposes. One was to destroy the patriot militia movement that was gaining ground in the 90’s and the other was to gauge the public’s reaction to blatant murder of American citizens by government forces, as at Ruby Ridge and Waco, and how well a major false flag on U.S. soil could be accomplished and covered up with control of the media, investigators and the lying narrative of government officials.
Overall, it worked very well. Most people fell in line with the official stories without much questioning. It set the stage for the much bigger 9/11. Most people fell for that one too although our numbers in truth continue to grow. We certainly will immediately recognize the next ‘big one’ if the powers that be dare to try again.
It’s been a small tradition here to highlight the events of this day mainly because we don’t forget and we don’t forgive, at least until there is justice.
Unrelated to the history of the false flag events of this day, today marks the passing of one of my all time favorites, Levon Helm. Perhaps we should give him a tip of the hat and celebrate his life.
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PDF files …..
THE COMMITTEE OF 300 – Dr. John Coleman
Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians pdf
To which is Added an Interpretation of the Crata Repoa Initiation Rite & the Initiation of Plato
By Manly P Hall
The secret teachings of all ages by Manley P-Hall pdf
William Cooper’s Mystery Babylon Series, Transcribed
Also see Archives Part One
“If you are thinking 1 year ahead, plant seeds
If you are thinking 10 years ahead, plant a tree
If you are thinking 100 years ahead, educate the people.”
– Chinese Emperor Kuan Tsu, 5th century BC
An Iranian TV perspective of the holocau$t gets the youtube down the memory hole treatment. It may be from a copyright complaint from MEMRI TV, because they supplied the English sub-titles, through Content Lizenz Agentur but how NBC Universal could be involved I don’t know. I doubt the Iranians would care.
It’s not really about copyright infringement and the fair use doctrine which doesn’t always count. It’s the subject matter that someone doesn’t want people to consider.
Tennessee is a very beautiful state in the spring but that beauty doesn’t extend to a great number of our law makers. Now they have gone over the top again by trying to pass a bill to update the state’s abstinence-based sex education curriculum to define holding hands and kissing as “gateway sexual activities.” Technically, I suppose that’s true in the same sense that all alcoholics started with the gateway liquids of mother’s milk or baby formula.
This ‘holding hands’ bill follows on the heels of one that allows teachers to inject creationism, which means the Christian and Judaic variety, into basically whatever classroom curriculum they want to. Oddly enough the same bill allows teaching that global warming is a scam to separate folks from more of their money to give to the rich.
Among some folks, the bill to allow gun permit carriers to have a pistol in their locked car at work is a bad idea but it makes sense to me. Very very few legal gun carriers have a ‘zimmerman moment.’ A few legislators do have a little common sense and the back from the dead medical marijuana bill is still being kicked around but will eventually be kicked to the ground and stomped on. The legislature basically fits the criteria of ‘even a broken watch is right twice a day.’
Is Tennessee the current designated laughing stock of the nation? I’m not sure. There’s still quite a bit of competition.
Louis Farrakhan did make it over the state line, the road blocks have not yet been set up, and spoke to a packed house at Jefferson Street Missionary Baptist church in Nashville. Funny that the almost all black university, TSU, made some excuses for not allowing him to speak there as originally planned.
Think this guy Richard S. Corenthal, a new board member of the 911 ‘non-profit’ Tuesday’s Children has the truth in his heart? Just another long-term part of the cover up I’m guessing. And what about this upcoming so called ‘trial of the century?’ I must be going soft. I’m starting to feel sorry for those who can’t seem to overcome the pressure of the psyops.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz makes a point to say that Obama will not play the Mormon card. What her real concern is once it’s open season on Mormons, can open season on jews be far behind? Don’t worry Debbie, Abe Foxman has got your back and once again he’s on Mel Gibson’s back. Mel has denied allegations by a screenwriter for Mel’s proposed move Maccabee, which is now on hold, that he repeatedly referred to jews as ‘oven-dodgers.’
It’s a cache of data, 25 million gigabytes’ worth, roughly equivalent to half of the Library of Congress and nobody quite knows what to do with it. Much of it was/is legitimate personal files people were storing at Megaupload. It’s a reminder that one needs several backup locations, physical and cloud, for what they want to keep.