Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Thoughts for a Wednesday Morning

Job Seekers

That ‘trained’ mentality does not stop with our ’specialized’ education; it trickles into our very beings. We seem to live and drink work, training and ‘the law’, all the while reveling in the material goods, popularity and comfort that they seem to bring. We are intoxicated. We create competitions with our neighbors, our families and our friends and narrow our lives to ’specializing’ around us and a select few others. We close ourselves off from new ‘real’ experiences.

While this goes on, the experience and ability to ’survive’ has also been lost. Were something to happen in this day and age, there would be widespread panic and chaos. Cities are the deathtraps with dependence on the basics such as food and water. Think about the city that you live in right now and how many people live there. Now picture those millions of people in an emergency situation (what ever the cause) without access to food and water. Where do they go? What do they do? Is that 72 hour survival pack going to carry you through? Is that certification going to help you?

We have been collectively taught to survive by being retrained, by learning a trade, by making our hobbies pay off and by adapting to an environment that is manufactured. We have been indoctrinated to believe that any job is better than no job. We have learned to compete, beg and grovel. All this is for the almighty dollar, something that has no value and comes with debt attached to it.

more - Sylvain Lamoureux at Thomas Paine's Corner


The Proposed Constitution for the 'Newstates of America'

This new constitution would replace the present U.S. Constitution and would dissolve the States as we know them into Newstates, "each comprising no less than 5 percent of the whole population."

This new constitution with its regional government would bring about an oligarchy at the expense of our Constitutional Republic. This form of dictatorship that is planned for America would bring into even more prominence and power the crowd who wants a "New World Order.

The word "emergency" appears frequently in the proposed Constitution but is never mentioned in our U.S. Constitution. Consequently, an "emergency" is used to impose new dictates-- which could only be accomplished at the expense of the U.S. citizen's liberty.

more - E. Stanley Rittenhouse via Revelations


"Survivor" - Crack Alley, Baltimore

Now in its 18th year, the hot CBS hit "Survivor" is set to debut on location where survival is only for the wealthy elite and those associated with the Federal Reserve, the former democratic republic known as the USA.

The 18th season of Survivor will feature 16 families whose homes were lost to foreclosure. Watch spellbound as they try to "outwit, outplay, outlast" each other in the wilds of Baltimore. (Note from Producers: Site casting for this "Survivor" location was the most difficult we've ever had, since there were hundreds and hundreds of prime choice urban "jungle" areas awash in the homeless and unemployed.)

Dubbed Survivor: Baltimore-"Crack Alley," the show will see contestants struggle in one of the series’ most rugged locations ever. It was reported that a crew member of the show was gunned down in a drive-by shooting before production on the new season began last September.

"[The contestants] will be left stranded in the majestic interior of Baltimore for 39 days - battling note collectors, IRS agents, and dangerous "urban outdoorsman", all in an effort to outwit, outplay, and outlast one another to ultimately win the title of being the Sole Survivor," and being awarded a real house to live in and not face another night sleeping with their family in the alley, Q-11 said in a statement.

Survivor: USA — Baltimore marks the first time that contestants under 20 were allowed to join. This the producers decided early on, was a necessity, due to most all of the families who have lost their homes having children. The producers felt the families had been thru enough, dealing with rapacious Wall Street bankers, chiseling mortgage brokers and a Congress which has turned a deaf ear to their plight.

Watch "Survivor" to see the "Mom" Tribe pitted against the "Dad" Tribe as they fight each other and 10,000 other unemployed applying for 400 jobs at a WalMart

more - Greg Bacon


Only One Conspiracy

According to Eustace Mullins, based upon his research combined with the research and experience of Dr. Ezra Pound, there exists only ONE Conspiracy, that being, the Rothschild Central Bank Conspiracy.

All else are simply lower level spin offs; conspiracies. They are dependent upon the major conspiracy

Eustace says... "what isn't a conspiracy?" and he's right.

All the same people at the top of the corporations, one way or the other, are Rothschild agents.

When Eustace published his ground breaking documentation of the Federal Reserve Bank in 1952, he brought the story out into daylight for the first time.

In order to counter what he did, Rothschild agents came up with the concept and called Eustace a "conspiracy theorist (i.e. nut)." There is nothing more to the story. All else is distraction I'm afraid. The problem isn't in any way political, it's strictly economic. The simplicity of the problem and the solution alludes most all people on the planet. That's why the problem persists in plain sight.

more - Facts Not Fairies


All Jew News, All Jew Views - All the Time

Ask yourself these questions: Why do they absolutely never mention the Jew’s Talmud whenever the History Channel does a program on religion? Why do we never see the History Channel doing something on Israel secretly building the nuke? Why do we absolutely never hear one word about Israel’s nuclear capability on mainstream news? Most Americans don’t even know that Israel has 200 to 400 nukes, ballistic missiles and even German-made submarines.

Glenn Beck is just another Goyim media personality who knows what he can and can’t talk about. All of the talking heads on the air are like this, on both sides of the political equation — MSNBC, CNN, FOX. That’s right. Have you ever noticed how people define themselves on what news channel they watch on TV? You can be a Kieth Oberman guy (tough guy liberal) or a Bill O’Reilly fan (tough guy conservative) or in the middle, like the friendly Charles Gibson of ABC.

All of them are really Jew tools when you get right down to it. They would be gone in a Jew York minute should they dare mention “the Jews” or any inconvenient fact about the sacred State of Israel. You can see how they tiptoe around it with all the careful wordage used in any story involving Jews or Israel. Most of the time they take the easy way out and just ignore it entirely. That’s how it works, people.

more - Incog Man


Bipartisan Embarrassment is Growing

There will be no hearts-on fire valentines for liberty-loving Americans this year.

What we feared and fought against is upon us. The evil in Washington grows with each new administration cabinet pick, each thug who makes it through confirmation hearings and emerges a ‘made’ man or woman in the Obama crime family.

McCain and his merry band of conservatives cast a “Yea” vote for the man who sold a Clinton administration pardon to a crook, oversaw the terrorizing of little Elian Gonzalez and lays claim to being former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno’s henchman.

You’ll remember Reno’s reign of terror included the incineration of 70 adults along with 17 babies and children at the Branch Davidian community in Waco, Texas 16 years ago this month. As the highest law enforcement officer in the land of the free, Holder was second in command as Reno ordered CS gas pumped into a building filled with terrified Americans. Those people died gruesome deaths at the hands of their own government. Our government.

The pictures of the dead, seen by relatively few Americans, include images of babies bent backwards in gruesome poses as their bodies writhed in agony before excruciating deaths.

In addition, Eric Holder is also so focused on wiping out the Second Amendment that he ponied up arguments to the Supreme Court arguing private gun ownership should be abolished saying “the Second Amendment (does) not protect an individual right to keep and bear arms.”

He said the Second Amendment could not be used to restrict banning guns.

more - Mary Starrett at News With Views


When Destruction Is the Cost of Denial

It is far from a novel observation to note that most people live in varying degrees of denial. We rarely encounter the person who is rigorously honest about his own virtues and defects, who acknowledges the full truth concerning those individuals most important to him, and who actively questions the validity of his deepest convictions. In part, this is due to social convention; it often is an understandable (if not desirable or healthy) part of a survival strategy.

If we recognize that denial represents valuing delusion more than reality, the seriousness of the danger carried by denial depends on the respective proportions of denial and truth in our lives. Our particular delusions may appear to provide us comfort and safety. As long as our lives continue to be sustained in significant part by what is true and healthy, denial will not seriously threaten our survival. But when what is true in our lives is overwhelmed by the lies we insist upon, our days grow shorter.

more - Authur Silber


Hey, Americans: Are You Suffering from Pervasive Peanut Butter Avoidance Disorder?

While American consumers are running scared over the possibility of tainted peanut butter, it's worth pointing out that the number of people sickened by salmonella (529 at last count) is absolutely dwarfed by the number of people harmed or killed by toxic chemicals that are intentionally put into the food supply.

But that hasn't stopped people from freaking out over peanut butter. They're demonstrating a kind of mania that I've dubbed, "Pervasive Peanut Butter Avoidance Disorder" (PPBAD) as a nod to the disease mongers of modern psychiatry.

How many adults suffer neurological impairment and ultimately die from drinking artificial chemical sweeteners? How many people get heart disease and die from eating partially-hydrogenated soybean oil used in margarine, cookies and crackers? How many future adults are going to die early from all the caffeine-spiked energy drinks they're consuming right now?

And for that matter, how many U.S. adults have been killed by FDA-approved pharmaceuticals? That number is at least 100,000 per year ( and may be much higher. At 100,000 deaths per year, over 8,300 Americans are killed every month by Big Pharma's medicines.

more - Mike Adams at Natural News


Obama's "War on Terror"

The language is softened and deceptive. The strategy and tactics are not. The "war on terror" continues. Promised change is talk, not policy. Just look at Obama's "war cabinet," discussed in an earlier article. It assures:

-- the "strongest military on the planet" by outspending all other countries combined;

-- continued foreign wars;

-- possible new ones in prospect; on February 7, vice-president Joe Biden outlined continuity of the Bush administration's policy toward Iran, including "preventive" wars under the National Security Strategy; demands also that Iran abandon its legal nuclear program meaning nothing going forward will change;

-- permanent occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan is planned;

-- a reinvented "Cold War" with Russia; perhaps also with China; "draw(ing) a new 'iron curtain' (between these) formidable Eurasian powers" to prevent their alliance from challenging America, according to F. William Engdahl;

-- an "absolute" commitment "to eliminating the threat of terrorism (with) the full force of our power;"

-- inciting instability for imperial gain, especially in resource-rich parts of the world;

-- militarizing America; keeping Bush administration police state laws in force; dealing with a deepening economic crisis by preparing for hard line crackdowns should popular unrest arise; and

-- readying for another major false flag attack?

more - Steve Lendman


The Tragedy of the Iranian Revolution

Thirty years ago today, the Shah of Iran’s despotic, US-sponsored regime crumbled in the face of a mass uprising.

The overthrow of the Shah, who had fled Iran in mid-January 1979, was a colossal blow to US imperialism. For a quarter-century, dating back to the 1953 CIA coup that had restored Shah Reza Pahlavi to the Peacock Throne, Washington sponsored and armed his dictatorship, making Iran the US’s gendarme in the oil-rich Middle East.

In late 1977, US President Jimmy Carter proclaimed the Shah’s blood-soaked regime an “oasis of stability.” But Iran was soon convulsed by mass protests. As 1978 progressed, millions of Iranians streamed onto the streets of Teheran and other major cities to protest soaring unemployment and inflation, the squandering and outright theft of the country’s oil wealth by the royal court and its hangers-on, and, above all, the monarchical dictatorship. For the Iranian people, the Shah was the personification not simply of tyrannical and corrupt rule, but of all the indignities and violence to which imperialism had subjected their nation for a century.

Savage repression—some 1,600 demonstrators were gunned down on a single day (September 8, 1978)—failed to quell the unrest. Increasingly, the working class, employing the methods of proletarian class struggle, strikes and workplace occupations, emerged as the principal social force behind the impending revolution. Ultimately, it was the oil workers’ strike that broke the back of the Shah’s regime.

more - Keith Jones at


President and Congress Grovel Before the Fed

The reality of just how our civil magistrates have come to grovel before the Fed was revealed in a column written recently by Cal Thomas. Mind you, Cal was not trying to castigate President Bush in his column. Just the opposite: his column was full of praise and adulation for the former President. In recounting his last interview with President George W. Bush, however, Cal unwittingly revealed the almost limitless power that the Fed wields over even the President of the United States.

Here is what Cal wrote: “Bush defends himself against a charge by a member of the Republican National Committee that he has behaved like a ’socialist’ because of his massive bailout spending. He [Bush] says he still believes in less government spending, but when Henry Paulson, secretary of the U.S. Treasury, and Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, tell him that if he doesn’t act, the result will be worse that the Great Depression, ‘you can sit there and say to yourself, “well, I’m going to stick to principle and hope for the best, or I’m going to take the actions necessary to prevent the worst.”‘”

In other words, when the Fed says, “Jump!” the President asks, “How high?” And, with the exception of Congressman Ron Paul of Texas (and maybe one or two others), the same is true for members of the House and Senate.

In other words, ladies and gentlemen, America is being run by a private banking cartel, the majority of whom are not even citizens of these United States.

more - Novakeo

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