Month: November 2012

History and Control

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The below video has been widely passed around but if you haven’t seen it, it is worth the time.

The point here is that just in our lifetime we have seen the distortions and lies of recent history. The examples are many and the reasons for doing so are tied in with the element of control. The whole truth and nothing but the truth are just the feeble words one swears to when testifying in court. In reality, lies run the show.

Are there reasons for hiding the many anomalies of ancient history? Of course. Maintaining the status quo of thought regarding our human past goes hand in hand with the mechanisms of control that are currently in play.

Do your own research. You be the judge. To use an old cliché, only the truth will set us free.


EV sent the below linked powerpoint presentation with this note…..

“I give this lecture at the end of a unit on evolution, for which I don’t believe there is sufficient evidence to account for the emergence of humans. Here’s a credible alternative. Many of the Northern American tribes spoke, like the Sumerians, of “sky gods” who came, created the native peoples, and taught them (about astronomy, agriculture, etc.).”

AB Intervention

Related to this is also a previous post… Sitchin


Predictive Programming and the Break Up of the United States

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Adam Miller – Among the Ruins

The talk continues to go on about states seceding from the Union and although the number of people doing so is still low, the media is not letting the subject die.

Is this predictive programming?

We all know the ‘balkanization‘ of the middle east has been in the works for years and it seems that it is progressing according to plan with a few more pieces of the puzzle to go. The same old, same old. Divide and conquer, infighting and the weakening of sovereignty allowing bankers and globalists to swoop in and take what they want.

To think that that the breakups will be limited to ‘over there’ may be naive.

The idea of the break up of the US starting gaining traction in 2008 with a Russian analyst who envisioned a splintering into 6 parts along regional lines, somewhat similar to what happened to the old Soviet Union. The petitions to the White House got the ball rolling again.

Over at ‘Sunglasses’ there is a link to an article that once again asks an old question, “Will American Troops Commit Genocide Against American Citizens?” The author says yes. Authoritarian programming and groupthink prevail according to him.

Groupthink is often described as a decision-making process whereby the group members go along with what they believe is the consensus. Groupthink has also been used to describe individual acquiescence to authority even when the authority has limited power to enforce compliance. Groupthink often causes groups to make hasty, irrational decisions, where individual doubts are set aside, for fear of upsetting the group’s leadership and balance.

Others, including commenters at the article, think not. Of course some would and some would not kill their fellow citizens. Kent State is the example although recent evidence suggests an agent provocateur fired off a round first. Paid provocation can never be underestimated in situations where people come up against those with guns pointed towards them. In the last few years police and SWAT team shootings of unarmed civilians have become so common that unless it’s in our neighborhood we barely blink. Sniper shootings from helicopters in Texas have upped the ante. Israeli training of police in the US gives new meaning to the idea that “We are all Palestinians now.”

Some women will disagree with me as they have before but I’m a little disturbed by this – Female military members sue to serve in combat. Equality is a grand thing but it seems brainwashing knows no gender. To further their careers and add to their paychecks some want to be able to stand shoulder to shoulder with men to fight against this week’s or this year’s or this decade’s created enemies and to even kill other women and children if that’s what it takes. Disappointing but not surprising. The so called progress in equality has taken a strange turn and this lawsuit may very well win military women the right to not only to kill foreigners in combat but Americans as well.

Slate has this article “If Every U.S. State Declared War Against the Others, Which Would Win?” It’s an interesting read but I tend to think a US break up would be more along regional lines. Predictive programming doesn’t have to be spot on but merely close to the projected meme.

Although we do have our differences in this country, civil war and a complete break up is not inevitable. It would never just happen, it would be a contrived set-up as we are seeing daily in other parts of the world. As long as we walk down the path of loving our servitude it won’t be necessary. A centralized police state with the individual states continuing to go along will work just fine. Well, that is unless depopulation, a culling of the herd and elimination of certain undesirable areas is the goal. Along with such a weakened US that even with an awakened population could not stop the global cabal and their long lived dream of world control.

I know that many will continue to think that secession is the only way to break free of the bankers and their usury and monetary dictatorship, the militarism and loss of true freedoms. Advocates of this will increase and who knows, it may be the only way. 

My concern is that we are being played. The elite know that they are few and we are many. As we increasingly identify our real enemies, they become desperate. They prefer we fight among ourselves rather than challenge them and if a break up of the US suits their agenda, a few internal false flags, assassinations and who knows what may be in our future. Predictive programming is always in the toolbox. Social engineering requires that we always get a bit of a warning.

We’ll see.

Good, Bad, Ugly and Always the Indifferent

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The good news is that Ehud Barak apparently is quitting Israeli politics just after getting in one last military offensive against Gaza. The media even made a joke saying he was the most moderating influence on hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Funny huh?

The bad news is that Barak is a criminal who gets to retire without any accountability for his many crimes. He is also considered by many to be a mastermind of 9/11.

Remember this?

Within minutes of the airplane crashes on 9-11, Ehud Barak (the founder and master of the Israeli military’s covert operation force, the Sayeret Matkal) was in the London studio of the BBC World ready to provide a plausible (and political) explanation to the world.  Barak, the real mastermind of 9-11, was the first person to call for a “War on Terror” – and U.S. intervention in Afghanistan and the Middle East.  This is how false-flag terrorism works.  The perpetrator is the first one to assign blame by pointing his finger at his enemy in order to shape public opinion, which is the real purpose of such atrocities.

Most Americans are indifferent or supportive of the terrorist ‘democracy’ of Israel and will roll their eyes at the mention of Israeli false flag history. Barak may leave but there’s going to be someone similar to take his place.

As Timothy Geithner prepares to leave, who will take his place as an agent of the Federal Reserve, Wall Street and the International Banking Cartel?

It looks like it may be Jack Lew who is now Obama’s Chief of Staff. Unlike his predecessor, Rahm Israel Emanuel, Lew has kept a low profile and that could tend to work in his favor. A little background on Lew is here and here. What’s this? Wall Street isn’t backing him for Treasury. Not enough tribal loyalty among thieves? Don’t count on that. Lew would show who’s boss and that would not be in the favor of the common folks.

Look for Jack’s next big public appearance to be the lighting of the White House menorah. 

On a local note, there was a discovery of a suspected dog fighting operation where 65 dogs, mostly Pit Bulls, were found in not the best condition in what is being called Operation Broken Chain. Animal rescue activists are now taking care of them but finding a good home for all of them will certainly not be easy.

As dog lovers we find this kind of situation not acceptable in a civilized world. The outpouring of sympathy, outrage and anger is understandable and justified. But in the big scheme of things this is minor. Millions of animals are inhumanely slaughtered each year, kept in big ag captivity and treated as a lower life commodity, squeezing out all the profits that the abuse will allow. Few say anything about that. It’s ‘our food’ they say even as scientists are proclaiming their support for the idea that animals are conscious and aware to the degree that humans are. We really knew that anyway, didn’t we? We’ve seen it in our dogs, cats and other animals as well.

In my area dog abuse is not taken lightly and a look at the number of comments for these types of stories show they often exceed that of almost anything else. Folks will call for the blood of the abusers.

Unfortunately the outrage stops short when it comes to the abuse of humans. For profit illegal wars where millions die, drone attacks on women and children, the detention and killing of Americans without charge or any kind of due process and recently the Gaza bombings are too often met with silence and ugly indifference.

Personally I think our dogs should be well taken care of and abusers punished. I also think the abusers of the human rights of our country and the world should be stopped and severely punished. But that’s just me.

Black Friday or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Chinese Trinkets

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By want and the envy and hatred which it engenders we shall move the mobs and with their hands we shall wipe out all those who hinder us on our way.

The goyim have lost the habit of thinking unless prompted by the suggestions of our specialists.

To complete the ruin of the industry of the goyim we shall bring to the assistance of speculation the luxury which we have developed among the goyim, that greedy demand for luxury which is swallowing up everything.

The goyim are a flock of sheep, and we are their wolves. And you know what happens when the wolves get hold of the flock? ….

We have become completely and totally addicted to entertainment, and we have become conditioned to be constantly “plugged in” to something. Our lives have become all about constantly feeding our greed and selfishness. Why? This is our societies’ response to the enormous apparatus of nothingness. It’s escapism at its finest. Religion, drugs, television, stuff…it’s all the same. Convenient panaceas used to obfuscate the fact that we’re all bleeding pieces of meat careening towards our inevitable demise. What kind of people feel better about themselves because their shirt has a horse, or an alligator, or an eagle logo on it? Black Friday is a national fucking disgrace. Shopping isn’t a tradition, or at least it shouldn’t be. Americans are crucified by their consumerism, entangled in a neverending gluttonous orgy fueled by neoliberal American capitalism. A massive and painful restructuring is needed, but until then they’ll bow their heads in complacent acquiescence and whisper “fill me with your poison.”

The coup d’état of consumerism…

Poor people buying poor things for poor reasons

and never knowing why .

“Armaments, universal debt, and planned obsolescence – those are the three pillars of Western prosperity. If war, waste, and moneylenders were abolished, you’d collapse. And while you people are overconsuming the rest of the world sinks more and more deeply into chronic disaster.”
Aldous Huxley, Island  

“If you live for having it all, what you have is never enough.”
Vicki Robin 

“I was part of that strange race of people aptly described as spending their lives doing things they detest, to make money they don’t want, to buy things they don’t need, to impress people they don’t like.”
Emile Gauvreau 

“We seldom consider how much of our lives we must render in return for some object we barely want, seldom need, buy only because it was put before us…And this is understandable given the workings of our system where without a job we perish, where if we don’t want a job and are happy to get by we are labeled irresponsible, non-contributing leeches on society. But if we hire a fleet of bulldozers, tear up half the countryside and build some monstrous factory, casino or mall, we are called entrepreneurs, job-creators, stalwarts of the community. Maybe we should all be shut away on some planet for the insane. Then again, maybe that is where we are.”
Ferenc Máté, A Reasonable Life: Toward a Simpler, Secure, More Humane Existence 

“We typically misunderstand what’s wrong about consumerism. It’s not that it makes us love material things too much. To be a good consumer, you have to desire to get lots of things, but you must not love any of them too much once you have them. Consumerism needs children who do not stay attached to their toys for very long and learn to expect the next round of presents as soon as possible. When consumerism succeeds, our attachments are shallow, easily broken, so we can move on to the next thing we’re supposed to get. Being a good consumer means desiring new things, not cherishing old ones. And the new things you’re supposed to desire are not always material things. Spirituality is now a consumerist enterprise, too.”
Phillip Cary

“If nonsatiety were the natural state of human nature then aggressive want-stimulating advertising would not be necessary, nor would the barrage of novelty aimed at promoting dissatisfaction with last year’s model. The system attempts to remake people to fit its own presuppositions. If people’s wants are not naturally insatiable we must make them so, in order to keep the system going.”
Herman E. Daly 

“…you can’t rage against the machine through rebellious consumption.”
David McRaney 

“After the collapse of socialism, capitalism remained without a rival. This unusual situation unleashed its greedy and – above all – its suicidal power. The belief is now that everything – and everyone – is fair game.”
Günter Grass  

Nothing Much to Say

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Just listening…..

Just Eat Your Last American Made Twinkie and Shut Up

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“Deconstructing the Twinkie is like trying to deconstruct the universe.”

Don’t worry folks, jobs may be lost but the Twinkie will be back. Foreign made and just as ‘good.’ Poor school kids are wondering where there next dose of  ‘wonder bread’ is coming from but few are wondering how their little brothers and sisters in Gaza can even eat at all while under aerial bombardment.

The kiddies can’t canvass the neighborhood selling donuts for money for Palestinian relief. Nope, support to rock throwing ‘terrorist’ children remains illegal at least until Bill Clinton figures out a way to steal the donations. Our students can stand up in their classroom and say the pledge of allegiance to Israel I think. No one is going to stop them from doing that.

Hey kids, bonus question of the day…

Why does the US spend more on Isreali defense than the Israelis do?

and the answer is….

All those with the correct answer receive a free trip to the museum, again. Incorrect answerers will have to read all of the Elie Wiesel books, again.

Cheerleader camps are introducing new yells…

Nile to Euphrates

Nile to Euphrates

Yeah, Rah!

Today is the anniversary of the Jonestown event. So what does this have to do with Twinkies and Gaza? Well, brainwashing comes in many different forms and kool-aid is still a very popular drink… now fortified right at home with GMO beet sugar which works just as good as cyanide, only slower.

Just as I thought. Magic skyscraper collapses from fire still only happen in New York City.

Further questions should be directed to the John Hagee Hotline. I heard he’s hoarding a few cases of Twinkies but I doubt they will last long. Is it true that the rapture can actually suck up to the sky that much weight? To the Ding Dongs that surround him…watch your stash. Anyone who supports the thievery of Israel wouldn’t think twice about swiping your last American made Twinkie.

Blowing Up

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A picture taken from the southern Israeli town of Sderot shows smoke billowing from a spot targeted by an Israeli air strike inside the Gaza strip on November 15, 2012. (AFP Photo / Jack Guez)

Corpses for votes is the Netanyahu way. Add deception, shake and stir.

The Western press would like us to focus on the the 3 Israelis killed, promoting the concept that their lives are worth more than those of Arab children. Obama sticks with the self-defense defense.

Meanwhile, Europeans have no time to worry about Gaza as millions take to the streets in their own version of war against the bankers.

Protesters attend a demonstration during a general strike on November 14, 2012 in Madrid.

 Americans wallow in the mud of the Petraeus Broadwell Allen Kelley Benghazi sideshow and overlook the sleight of hand tricks.

Yes friends and neighbors, things are blowing up all over. It was inevitable. Hug your loved ones. Move towards solutions, however minor they may seem. Interesting times are coming…just as they always have.