Monday, December 30, 2013

The Cannabist

Jan 1, 2014 is set to become a famous day in the history of the United States. The commercialization of cannabis begins.

As an editorial in the Denver Post says...
If you're wondering about all the news coverage of the impending opening of retail marijuana outlets, it's because the event really is a big deal. Colorado on Wednesday will become the first place in the world — we repeat, in the world — where it will be fully legal to sell marijuana to anyone over 21 in licensed retail outlets.   more


The Denver Post is certainly jumping on the weed bandwagon. They have hired its first ever marijuana editor and started  their own site dedicated to the culture of cannabis...The Cannabist. Not bad, sort of a High Times lite but will cover the local events and personalities. Reviews of strains and products too. Every town needs something like it after legalization. The mainstreaming of marijuana. Who woulda thunk it?

Colorado's experiment is not perfect. Certainly not as laissez-faire as many would liked to have seen but much better tha what we.ve been dealing with for decades. Personal choice harassment may be on the way out.

There are some warning signs. I don't recall the exact show but it was feature on Colorado's cannabis culture and one of the ground floor entrepreneurs interviewed admitted he was hoping to one day sell his business to a big corporation and make himself a millionaire. We can easily predict what would follow going down that path.

Anything that puts a dent in the fraudulent war on drugs has potential for some real good though. As long as there are always provisions for personal grows, individuals can opt out of the commercialization if they so choose. Unless the price of pot gets too high through tax greed, the cartels, our government/bankers and the Mexicans, are going to see a large drop off in profits. If there's one thing that the US can still be number one in besides drone bombing wedding parties, it's in the growing of fine cannabis.

Perhaps 2014 will even see Colorado lead the country into a new era of industrial hemp production. That could be a very positive development.

Anyway, Jan. 1 is a day to celebrate, even for those of us in places that repress freedom. The seeds of  cannabis acceptance have been planted and they will spread. Who knows? ....maybe we can even work on some other problems that need our urgent attention.

Like this one as shown in the graphic below.There's no shortage of things that need fixing. Most won't be quite as easy as being finally able to grow a plant but we don't have the half a century we have been waiting to begin to resolve the marijuana issue. 2014...it will be interesting.

sourceh/t 

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Peace Broke Out

My favorite Christmas tale has got to be the World War I truce in the trenches. The time when the pawns of the bankers wars in the manufactured conflicts for profits ceased the killing for a short moment as some men realized that they had more in common with their 'enemy' than the contrived narrative of war told them.

Unlike today, most of these men were not volunteers. They were 'conscripted,'  forced to fight for reasons they most likely never know but at times intuitively realized that the chaos was not of their making. 

Will we ever stop the madness? Not until we refuse to wallow in the sandbox of the blatant lies. Not until the brainwashing of the masses is ended by our own hand of peace and truth. It can happen. 





You are standing up to your knees in the slime of a waterlogged trench. It is the evening of 24 December 1914 and you on the dreaded Western Front. 

Stooped over, you wade across to the firing step and take over the watch. Having exchanged pleasantries, your bleary-eyed and mud-spattered colleague shuffles off towards his dug out. Despite the horrors and the hardships, your morale is high and you believe that in the New Year the nation's army march towards a glorious victory.

But for now you stamp your feet in a vain attempt to keep warm. All is quiet when jovial voices call out from both friendly and enemy trenches. Then the men from both sides start singing carols and songs. Next come requests not to fire, and soon the unthinkable happens: you start to see the shadowy shapes of soldiers gathering together in no-man's land laughing, joking and sharing gifts.

Many have exchanged cigarettes, the lit ends of which burn brightly in the inky darkness. Plucking up your courage, you haul yourself up and out of the trench and walk towards the foe...

The meeting of enemies as friends in no-man's land was experienced by hundreds, if not thousands, of men on the Western Front during Christmas 1914. Today, 90 years after it occurred, the event is seen as a shining episode of sanity from among the bloody chapters of World War One - a spontaneous effort by the lower ranks to create a peace that could have blossomed were it not for the interference of generals and politicians.

The reality of the Christmas Truce, however, is a slightly less romantic and a more down to earth story. It was an organic affair that in some spots hardly registered a mention and in others left a profound impact upon those who took part.

Many accounts were rushed, confused or contradictory. Others, written long after the event, are weighed down by hindsight. These difficulties aside, the true story is still striking precisely because of its rag-tagged nature: it is more 'human' and therefore all the more potent.

Months beforehand, millions of servicemen, reservists and volunteers from all over the continent had rushed enthusiastically to the banners of war: the atmosphere was one of holiday rather than conflict.

But it was not long before the jovial façade was torn away. Armies equipped with repeating rifles, machine guns and a vast array of artillery tore chunks out of each other, and thousands upon thousands of men perished.

To protect against the threat of this vast firepower, the soldiers were ordered to dig in and prepare for next year's offensives, which most men believed would break the deadlock and deliver victory.

The early trenches were often hasty creations and poorly constructed; if the trench was badly sighted it could become a sniping hot spot. In bad weather (the winter of 1914 was a dire one) the positions could flood and fall in. The soldiers - unequipped to face the rigours of the cold and rain - found themselves wallowing in a freezing mire of mud and the decaying bodies of the fallen.

The man at the Front could not help but have a degree of sympathy for his opponents who were having just as miserable a time as they were.

Another factor that broke down the animosity between the opposing armies were the surroundings. In 1914 the men at the front could still see the vestiges of civilisation. Villages, although badly smashed up, were still standing. Fields, although pitted with shell-holes, had not been turned into muddy lunarscapes.

Thus the other world - the civilian world - and the social mores and manners that went with it was still present at the front. Also lacking was the pain, misery and hatred that years of bloody war build up. Then there was the desire, on all sides, to see the enemy up close - was he really as bad as the politicians, papers and priests were saying?

It was a combination of these factors, and many more minor ones, that made the Christmas Truce of 1914 possible.

On the eve of the Truce, the British Army (still a relatively small presence on the Western Front) was manning a stretch of the line running south from the infamous Ypres salient for 27 miles to the La Bassee Canal.

Along the front the enemy was sometimes no more than 70, 50 or even 30 yards away. Both Tommy and Fritz could quite easily hurl greetings and insults to one another, and, importantly, come to tacit agreements not to fire. Incidents of temporary truces and outright fraternisation were more common at this stage in the war than many people today realise - even units that had just taken part in a series of futile and costly assaults, were still willing to talk and come to arrangements with their opponents.

As Christmas approached the festive mood and the desire for a lull in the fighting increased as parcels packed with goodies from home started to arrive. On top of this came gifts care of the state. Tommy received plum puddings and 'Princess Mary boxes'; a metal case engraved with an outline of George V's daughter and filled with chocolates and butterscotch, cigarettes and tobacco, a picture card of Princess Mary and a facsimile of George V's greeting to the troops. 'May God protect you and bring you safe home,' it said.

Not to be outdone, Fritz received a present from the Kaiser, the Kaiserliche, a large meerschaum pipe for the troops and a box of cigars for NCOs and officers. Towns, villages and cities, and numerous support associations on both sides also flooded the front with gifts of food, warm clothes and letters of thanks.

The Belgians and French also received goods, although not in such an organised fashion as the British or Germans. For these nations the Christmas of 1914 was tinged with sadness - their countries were occupied. It is no wonder that the Truce, although it sprung up in some spots on French and Belgian lines, never really caught hold as it did in the British sector.

With their morale boosted by messages of thanks and their bellies fuller than normal, and with still so much Christmas booty to hand, the season of goodwill entered the trenches. A British Daily Telegraph correspondent wrote that on one part of the line the Germans had managed to slip a chocolate cake into British trenches.

Even more amazingly, it was accompanied with a message asking for a ceasefire later that evening so they could celebrate the festive season and their Captain's birthday. They proposed a concert at 7.30pm when candles, the British were told, would be placed on the parapets of their trenches.

The British accepted the invitation and offered some tobacco as a return present. That evening, at the stated time, German heads suddenly popped up and started to sing. Each number ended with a round of applause from both sides.

The Germans then asked the British to join in. At this point, one very mean-spirited Tommy shouted: 'We'd rather die than sing German.' To which a German joked aloud: 'It would kill us if you did'.

December 24 was a good day weather-wise: the rain had given way to clear skies.

On many stretches of the Front the crack of rifles and the dull thud of shells ploughing into the ground continued, but at a far lighter level than normal. In other sectors there was an unnerving silence that was broken by the singing and shouting drifting over, in the main, from the German trenches.

Along many parts of the line the Truce was spurred on with the arrival in the German trenches of miniature Christmas trees - Tannenbaum. The sight these small pines, decorated with candles and strung along the German parapets, captured the Tommies' imagination, as well as the men of the Indian corps who were reminded of the sacred Hindu festival of light.

It was the perfect excuse for the opponents to start shouting to one another, to start singing and, in some areas, to pluck up the courage to meet one another in no-man's land.

By now, the British high command - comfortably 'entrenched' in a luxurious châteaux 27 miles behind the front - was beginning to hear of the fraternisation.

Stern orders were issued by the commander of the BEF, Sir John French against such behaviour. Other 'brass-hats' (as the Tommies nick-named their high-ranking officers and generals), also made grave pronouncements on the dangers and consequences of parleying with the Germans.

However, there were many high-ranking officers who took a surprisingly relaxed view of the situation. If anything, they believed it would at least offer their men an opportunity to strengthen their trenches. This mixed stance meant that very few officers and men involved in the Christmas Truce were disciplined.

Interestingly, the German High Command's ambivalent attitude towards the Truce mirrored that of the British.

Christmas day began quietly but once the sun was up the fraternisation began. Again songs were sung and rations thrown to one another. It was not long before troops and officers started to take matters into their own hands and ventured forth. No-man's land became something of a playground.

Men exchanged gifts and buttons. In one or two places soldiers who had been barbers in civilian times gave free haircuts. One German, a juggler and a showman, gave an impromptu, and given the circumstances, somewhat surreal performance of his routine in the centre of no-man's land.

Captain Sir Edward Hulse of the Scots Guards, in his famous account, remembered the approach of four unarmed Germans at 08.30. He went out to meet them with one of his ensigns. 'Their spokesmen,' Hulse wrote, 'started off by saying that he thought it only right to come over and wish us a happy Christmas, and trusted us implicitly to keep the truce. He came from Suffolk where he had left his best girl and a 3 ½ h.p. motor-bike!'

Having raced off to file a report at headquarters, Hulse returned at 10.00 to find crowds of British soldiers and Germans out together chatting and larking about in no-man's land, in direct contradiction to his orders.

Not that Hulse seemed to care about the fraternisation in itself - the need to be seen to follow orders was his concern. Thus he sought out a German officer and arranged for both sides to return to their lines.

While this was going on he still managed to keep his ears and eyes open to the fantastic events that were unfolding.

'Scots and Huns were fraternizing in the most genuine possible manner. Every sort of souvenir was exchanged addresses given and received, photos of families shown, etc. One of our fellows offered a German a cigarette; the German said, "Virginian?" Our fellow said, "Aye, straight-cut", the German said "No thanks, I only smoke Turkish!"... It gave us all a good laugh.'

Hulse's account was in part a letter to his mother, who in turn sent it on to the newspapers for publication, as was the custom at the time. Tragically, Hulse was killed in March 1915.

On many parts of the line the Christmas Day truce was initiated through sadder means. Both sides saw the lull as a chance to get into no-man's land and seek out the bodies of their compatriots and give them a decent burial. Once this was done the opponents would inevitably begin talking to one another.

The 6th Gordon Highlanders, for example, organised a burial truce with the enemy. After the gruesome task of laying friends and comrades to rest was complete, the fraternisation began.

With the Truce in full swing up and down the line there were a number of recorded games of soccer, although these were really just 'kick-abouts' rather than a structured match.

On January 1, 1915, the London Times published a letter from a major in the Medical Corps reporting that in his sector the British played a game against the Germans opposite and were beaten 3-2.

Kurt Zehmisch of the 134th Saxons recorded in his diary: 'The English brought a soccer ball from the trenches, and pretty soon a lively game ensued. How marvellously wonderful, yet how strange it was. The English officers felt the same way about it. Thus Christmas, the celebration of Love, managed to bring mortal enemies together as friends for a time.'

The Truce lasted all day; in places it ended that night, but on other sections of the line it held over Boxing Day and in some areas, a few days more. In fact, there parts on the front where the absence of aggressive behaviour was conspicuous well into 1915.

Captain J C Dunn, the Medical Officer in the Royal Welch Fusiliers, whose unit had fraternised and received two barrels of beer from the Saxon troops opposite, recorded how hostilities re-started on his section of the front.

Dunn wrote: 'At 8.30 I fired three shots in the air and put up a flag with "Merry Christmas" on it, and I climbed on the parapet. He [the Germans] put up a sheet with "Thank you" on it, and the German Captain appeared on the parapet. We both bowed and saluted and got down into our respective trenches, and he fired two shots in the air, and the War was on again.'

The war was indeed on again, for the Truce had no hope of being maintained. Despite being wildly reported in Britain and to a lesser extent in Germany, the troops and the populations of both countries were still keen to prosecute the conflict.

Today, pragmatists read the Truce as nothing more than a 'blip' - a temporary lull induced by the season of goodwill, but willingly exploited by both sides to better their defences and eye out one another's positions. Romantics assert that the Truce was an effort by normal men to bring about an end to the slaughter.

In the public's mind the facts have become irrevocably mythologized, and perhaps this is the most important legacy of the Christmas Truce today. In our age of uncertainty, it comforting to believe, regardless of the real reasoning and motives, that soldiers and officers told to hate, loathe and kill, could still lower their guns and extend the hand of goodwill, peace, love and Christmas cheer.





However much the momentary peace of 1914 evidenced the desire of the combatants to live in amity with one another, it was doomed from the start by the realities beyond the trenches. As the English rock band The Farm, decades later, summed up the results after the enemies "joined together and decided not to fight," but failed, there was "nothing learned and nothing gained."

A celebration of the human spirit, the Christmas Truce remains a moving manifestation of the absurdities of war.
Although the Christmas Truce of 1914 may seem like a distant myth to those now at arms in parts of the world where vast cultural differences between combatants make such an occurrence impossible, it remains a symbol of hope to those who believe that a recognition of our common humanity may someday reverse the maxim that "Peace is harder to make than war."

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

We Walk On

Merry Christmas to everyone. A big thanks to all who have dropped by here this year and for the comments and the thoughtful and positive vibes.

I hope everyone has a safe and healthy holiday.

As the tune below goes....right or wrong...we walk on. Maybe in 2014 we can get a few more things right.





Thursday, December 19, 2013

Shut Down "Bumblehive?"


The recommendations on what to do about the illegal NSA spying are out. As if they really matter.

If congress and the administration and the courts were serious about protecting privacy and especially cutting the budget, perhaps the litmus test would be shutting down the Utah Data Center "Bumblehive" before it goes completely on line.

Of course that's not going to happen.
Proposed NSA changes unlikely to affect Utah Data Center
The $1.2 billion Utah center along with the other five major NSA holding cells will roll right along. The debate is not a debate, it's only a cover story to get us to accept whatever data gathering the government wants to do. Token changes will be made but the great sucking sound you hear in the background will be the continuation of business as usual. There's too much invested and too much information to be used and abused against the American people...and the rest of the world.

Power will never concede their power voluntarily. If it takes false flags, more patsy 'terrorists' or inside job cyber attacks to maintain the powers that be control, that's what they will do. It's a simple strategy, it's all they know. 

Monday, December 16, 2013

A Money Changers Birthday

The Federal Reserve System was created on December 23, 1913, when President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act into law. Today {12/16/13}, the Fed has decided to commemorate the event today with all three living Fed chairman delivering remarks.

An oil painting of the Signing of the Federal Reserve Act. Woodrow Wilson surrounded by the scoundrels that created the ‘Beast’ in 1913.


A true day that will live in infamy.


Jacob H. Schiff, Paul Warburg and other bankers influenced Congress to pass the Federal Reserve Act (December 23, 1913). The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) was created in October 1913 to minimize predictable criticism. The bankers have manufactured panics, withdrawn credit and in the process have confiscated the citizen’s resources and personal property through phony bailouts, sanctioned by compromised politicians. These actions are calculated and designed to ultimately decimate the economy. The same bankers who promoted the Federal Reserve funded Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, Zinoviev, Kamenev, Molotov and Kirov (assumed names) in their godless, violent take-over of Russia. The bankers began making major profits when Bernard Baruch, Louis Brandeis and others manipulated their puppet Woodrow Wilson into entering World War I on borrowed money after the provoked attack on the Lusitania.

To aid business...jewish banker business

In 1912, Alfred Owen Crozier in his book "US Money vs. Corporate Currency "Aldrich Plan" gave us one of the last warnings before the age of the Federal Reserve began.

Much of what he had to say still holds true today.
    Selected excerpts:
The Wall Street and bank combine are now dickering for support with the management of both parties. It is said to be offering to finance the campaign of both sides if friendly candidates are nominated, and a real investigation of the "money trust" is prevented. It is willing to spend millions, because the play is for future billions and the political control of the republic.

Remember, those who have power to make money scarce or plenty have power over the business of every man, the happiness of every home, to make or break, to confer or destroy general prosperity. It gives them a hunger-hold on every man, woman and child. Shall this autocratic power be granted without reservation?

In all great national and international monetary and financial affairs the Rothschilds always play the ruling hand. They possess masterful genius and financial intellect. But it is the sheer weight of liquid or ready wealth held in such large quantity that all the nations of the world must go to the Rothschilds for financial assistance in time of peace, or before they can go to war whatever the provocation or emergency, that gives them supreme power in the world's affairs. No war can be waged without money, and no large nation can get adequate money to finance a war from any one but the Rothschilds. Therefore it is reasonable to assume that whenever any war is begun the Rothschilds have consented thereto. They may finance both sides, because it is immaterial whether the interest profits they crave come from one or both countries. In fact the war furnishes an excuse recognized as legitimate for charging both nations higher interest rates not only on the new debts but on old obligations maturing and being refunded.

It is known, of course, that after the nations have fought for a while and murdered tens of thousands and wounded and permanently maimed hundreds of thousands of human beings on both sides, pressure exerted by other governments instigated by the financiers will force a quick com- promise, leaving the nations both in approximately the same condition as before except that each has vastly in- creased its debt and the annual interest burden on its people while the financiers have gotten rid of accumulated capital in exchange for high interest gold bonds that cannot be paid for perhaps thirty or fifty years. This surely is the result if not the deliberate plan.

Frequent rumors of war or warlike preparations each year have been ping-ponged back and forth between the countries in the public press. These have tended to excite popular fear, hate and patriotism and cause the people to consent and even to urge the governments to swell vastly the mortgage burden upon the peoples for funds to increase and equip still larger standing armies and to build greater and more expensive navies. By withdrawing millions of men. into armies and idleness it reduces production and the earning power of the people, increases the burden on those employed, and makes it more certain that existing bonds will not be paid but will be refunded and increased. Why not have bigger armies, navies, forts, guns, idleness of millions of soldiers, rumors of war or even occasional war, when such things are so fruitful, so necessary to cause the issuance of more bonds to provide profitable investment.

The growing, selfish and insolent Money Power, incorporated and unincorporated, violates every law regulating and restraining its conduct, treats the people and their government with contempt, and then invokes the protection of the laws and the courts to shield the stolen "vested rights*' and privileges against violence that their own lawless course tends to incite.

The omnipotent and deadly octopus Congress is urged to legally set loose and install as the master of American banks, business, finance, industry, commerce and politics. Its poisonous and itching tentacles will gradually reach out and bind themselves about every home, farm, industry, bank, the public treasury, courts. Congress and the White House, gathering to itself supreme political power, sucking the wealth and substance of the people into Wall Street and dumping it into the Stock Exchange or the eager laps of the handful of men who will seek by moral if not by legal treason to rob the people of their God-given liberty, destroy the republic as a living reality and in its place erect an empire disguised as a democracy with incorporated wealth crowned as the ruling sovereign and all the people its subjects. 

Friday, December 13, 2013

Anniversary

Hands on your head, submit peacefully

According to the story, an alleged student walked into Arapahoe High School in Colorado with a shotgun wounding two other students before killing himself and it couldn't have come at a more opportune time for the gun grabbing and police state control agenda. Tomorrow is the anniversary of whatever happened at Sandy Hook and there will be much media coverage, speeches and gnashing of teeth. Today's dead kid certainly added to the script.


A Sandy Hook playground
There's even a better image than the sign.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Sitting in a nest of bad men

Perp walk for Ryan Loskarn
Sometimes when hearing news from  DC, I'm reminded of that line from an old Hollies song.



Tennessee U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander's chief of staff Ryan Loskarn was arrested Wednesday, Dec. 11, by authorities on probable cause for possession and distribution of child pornography.



"Stunned, Surprised" said Lamar as he announced that Loskarn is gone along with his $169,000 a year salary. 

Either the 35 year old was set-up or he's a perverted fool. You mean to tell he was oblivious to the NSA and others sucking up everything he was doing online and that for a price or a whim he could be taken down? It's part of the game in the nest.

I've seen where some are already calling it a Democratic dirty trick but in the case of tricks it very well could be the big buck benefactors of the tea party who would like for Alexander to get beat in next years election. Guilt by association and poor judgement in picking his staff is a good technique. They think Lamar is not destroying the US fast enough and speeding up the transferring of more and more of our wealth into their pockets. Alexander's opponent of the moment in the Repub primary, Joe Carr, hasn't been able to raise enough cash to build an outhouse much less a viable campaign. We'll see if this scandal helps him. Alexander needs to go but but as usual, real choices are non-existent.


Ryan Loskarn is not married and it is unknown whether he prefers boys, girls or both.


We have to wonder why some of the child porn and pedophilia in our capital and elsewhere are exposed while so much is covered up. If the charges on Loskarn are true, you know there are many more involved, some at a much higher pay grade than Ryan.

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Media Fakery and Geo-Engineering

If you've ever had a conversation about the potential for media fakery in live TV broadcasts, one only has to point to the NFL games.They've been doing it for years with first down markers.  Now Fox has unveiled its latest technology in the Eagles and Lions game in Philadelphia where there was up to 8 inches of snow on the field.

Fox is periodically superimposing the field markings (including the yard numbers) over the snow.

It’s creating the impression that the lines — and the numbers — actually have been scraped of snow.

It's not perfect but it does make me wonder what else the networks and perhaps DARPA might have up their sleeves.  Media fakery can come in handy when trying to sell a scenario. Digital TV makes it easier than ever before.


Speaking of weather.....
Can Snow Storms Really Be Engineered?

There is a mountain of data including already conducted experiments, satellite imagery, lab tests of snow, observations on the ground, and multiple existing patents,  all of which point solidly to the conclusion that snow storms are being engineered with well established weather modification processes.  Two known patents for the process of “artificial ice nucliation for weather modification” are posted at the bottom of this article. The Chinese government has openly admitted they are creating ”artificial snow storms” but later backtracked after causing a billion dollars of damage to Beijing. If the Chinese government can routinely create snow storms out of what should have been a rain event, how much more advanced must our government be at this same process? When monitoring radar images of rain during a storm, it is now common to see the rain “flash out” to snow for no appearant reason. No mountains, no colliding air mass, nothing. The “meteorologists” at the Rothschild’s/ military industrial complex owned Weather Channel call this “turning over to snow”. Why would rain just “turn over” to snow for no reason? more

I don't want to get too carried away here, we have always had major storms of all types, but when it comes to the subject of geo-engineering the MSM is basically silent.  Even some of the major 'alternative' sites are not prone to delve into it.  There has been a deluge of articles all over lately that are critical of  'conspiracy theories' but they rarely add weather modification into their mix of 'kooky' ideas.

We only have to look back to the 1996 military research paper Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025 to see that some take geo-engineering seriously. We also know that if the government/military is going to develop destructive technologies, they have to test them. Nuclear weapons are a classic example. The US has a history of testing things on their own citizens without their permission  Do we really think this has ever ended? It's quite possible it has only gotten more intense. Why?...because they can.
Planet Earth has been besieged by many and diverse scientific experiments over the past one hundred years. The quantum leap in applied science and technology has “precipitated” a literal explosion of top secret and highly classified operations conducted in the atmosphere, throughout the planetary surface, as well as deep within the Earth’s crust. However, none comes close to the degree of round-the-clock damage inflicted on the biosphere as the DARPA-sponsored program of geo-engineering.
My own observations of  local chemtrails over the years are being backed up by others in various places. They occur within 1 to 3 days before a general rain. A couple of weeks ago, in the middle of the week when flight patterns out of Nashville are nearly identical, we had two days of nearly the same weather, temperature wise, and very little cloud coverage. The first day there were a few contrails and they dissipated quickly. The next day the skies were a checkerboard of trails with some big X's for good measure that slowly spread out. 2 days later it rained.

If push ever comes to shove, the official back story for chemtrails will be that they are to prevent global warming, to try and save the planet, it's for our own good and the program had to be kept secret just because we might not understand.

I don't know a whole lot about chemtrails or anything else for that matter. You can call me crazy but I think something's up...in the sky...and it ain't good.

A photo from my front yard a few years back. It's typical and although sporadic, it is never ending.





Friday, December 6, 2013

Pearl Harbor - Blood Sacrifice





"While I am talking to you mothers and fathers, I give you one more assurance. I have said this before, and I shall say it again and again and again: Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars."
      FDR campaign statement of 1940




FDR was a lying traitor. He knew all along he was going to bring the US into the 'big war.' It was his task, he fulfilled it. December 7, 1941 was another major coup based on a lie that propelled us into chaos and carnage. It was far from the first. It turned out to be far from the last.

Admiral Husband E. Kimmel wrote in his memoirs:
"It was part of Roosevelt's plan that no warning be sent to the Hawaiian Islands. Our leaders in Washington, who deliberately didn't inform our forces in Pearl Harbor, cannot be justified in any way. The Pearl Harbor Command wasn't informed at all about ... the American note of November 26, 1941, delivered to the Japanese ambassador, which practically excluded further negotiations and made war in the Pacific inevitable. The Army and Navy Command in the Hawaiian Islands received not even a hint about intercepted and deciphered Japanese telegrams which were forwarded to concerned parties in Washington on the 6th and 7th of December, 1941."
The Pacific fleet had consisted of nine battleships, three aircraft carriers, and some smaller ships. The aircraft carriers and the smaller, more mobile ships were moved prior to the attack because Roosevelt knew they would be needed for a war at sea. On November 28th Fleet Admiral William F. Halsey (under Kimmel's command) sailed to Wake Island with the carrier Enterprise, three heavy destroyers and nine small destroyers; and on December 5th, the Lexington, three heavy cruisers and five destroyers were sent to Midway, and the Saratoga went to the Pacific Coast. The other battleships were considered dispensable, because they had been produced during and prior to World War I and were viewed as old and obsolete. They were to be sacrificed [along with the men].

A 'blood sacrifice' for bankers is a common theme. Nothing is more profitable for those who create the money than war, nothing. A nation in debt is a nation subservient. It can be summed up in these few words... "All Wars are Bankers Wars." 

Not very many World War II vets would ever agree with the above. They couldn't. They did not want to believe they were pawns, that their war was not the noble effort to save the world but just one more money making and power scam for the few that would usher in an American empire of psychopathic new world order intent. 

Unfortunately for the power elite, we have learned their tricks of false flags and media deception. OK, we have not stopped them but they have their concerns. We are the 7 billion, they are the few hundred at the very top with only a few tens of thousands at their immediate disposal. The numbers are in our favor and each day there are more and more who are awakening little by little. Pearl Harbor Day is yet another opportunity to spread the word that within each of us is the ability to make a difference. As we change ourselves we can change the world and find it is not necessary to play their games of violence, debt slavery and globalist colonialism . No one says it will be easy but it can be done. Will there be more blood sacrifices to manipulate us? You bet. That doesn't mean they will necessarily be as effective as in the past. That all depends on us.....


Eustace Mullins, Global Sciences Congress, Denver, 2000.


More on Pearl Harbor
 

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Speakers for Truth

A few speakers from the 'Seek Speak Spread Truth' conference held on November 23, 2013 in London. H/T to How Dare I.

Les Visible speaks about Metaphysical vs Material Truth

Kevin Schot tells his life story and presents his sustainable living project

Gilad Atzmon is talking about the 'open society' and its enemies and the continuum between Political correctness, Identity politics, Zionism and the New Left.

Gill Kaffash speaks about the use of accusations of anti-Semitism as a mean to suppress truth-seeking

It's possible there may be some more uploads from the conference later at Talifilms.