Thursday, March 31, 2011

Gen. Wesley Clark exposes plan for Middle East

9/11: F#!* the Bull$#!+

Helen Thomas: resignation & the Middle East

Ron Paul mocks those who wish to defund NPR, yet continue wars

how to disqualify your corrupt judge

race & reality: breaking the taboo

William Cooper - mind control

David Icke: fork in the road - triggering WWIII

9/11 explosives expert

Noam Chomsky: Obama's worse than Bush/Blair

banksters & government exposed

British double agent speaks of building bombs for IRA

9/11 Truth: the elephant in the room

Texans counter Gov gun buy-back program

Multi-Culturalism

Main St. America is rising up

the United States of Israel


“No government can serve two masters, 
and a government that serves Israel 
cannot serve the American people.”
- Enroh Mot

"No one can serve two masters. 
Either he will hate the one & love the other, or he will be devoted to the one 
& despise the other. 
You cannot serve both God and Money."
- Matthew 6:24

Al-Qaeda 100% Pentagon run


comprehensive history of False Flag terror

Governments attacking people and then blaming others in order to create animosity towards those blamed – has been used throughout history.
This essay will discuss government admissions to the use of false flag terror as well as many countless other examples to help guide people to the reality that this is something that is very common in mainstream history and not conspiracy theory.

"Why of course the people don't want war ... But after all it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship ... Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country." 
- Hermann Goring (1893-1946) Nazi leader

facial recognition app in works from Google

in order to access their personal information, a director for the project said this week.

Pentagon turns to brain implants to repair damaged minds

An estimated 10 to 20% of troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan are suffering from traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, which afflict 1.7 million Americans each year. Now the Pentagon’s rolling out a revolutionary initiative to treat the condition: brain implants that one researcher likens to “replacement parts” for damaged gray matter.

what the Patriot Act does for you?

Incessant warmaking overseas will someday end when the United States runs out of money or soldiers or both.  But less well understood is the collateral damage here at home where the consequences of the global war on terror will linger on in the form of a shattered constitution.  The Patriot Act is generally promoted as the principal legislative tool being used to fight international terrorism.  It is, in reality, a devastating and poorly conceived bit of legislation originally approved just after 9/11.  It will soon be up for an extension in the US Senate.  President Barack Obama, who criticized it while he was a candidate but apparently has had a change of heart since that time, favors its renewal.  Most members of Congress, few of whom have ever read the entire act, want it renewed.  The mainstream media likes it because who can resist patriotism?

Ron Paul discusses the 29k pages released by the Fed

poll: Obama's approval hits new low

have plunged to all-time lows in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday.
Half of the registered voters surveyed for the poll  think that the president does not deserve a second term in office, while 41% say he does. In another Quinnipiac poll released just four weeks ago, 45% said the president did not deserve reelection, while 47% said he did.

superbug threatens troops in Iraq

may have met its match in a novel technique that kills entire bacterial colonies within hours.
Today’s troops have a nine in 10 chance of surviving their battle injuries. But wounds and amputation sites leave them vulnerable to infection, especially by Acinetobacter  — an (opportunistic pathogen) somewhat misleadingly nicknamed Iraqibacter for its prevalence in war-zone medical facilities. 
As Wired magazine reported in 2007, the bacteria has infected at least 700 American troops since 2003, and killed at least seven people exposed to it in military clinics.

at least 40 civilians killed in Tripoli strikes

the top Vatican official in the Libyan capital told a Catholic news agency on Thursday, 
quoting witnesses.
"The so-called humanitarian raids have killed dozens of civilian victims in some neighborhoods of Tripoli," said Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli, the Apostolic Vicar of Tripoli.

Ed Shultz gets pwned regarding Libya

NIN - I'm afraid of Americans (ft. Bowie)

NIN - I'm afraid of Americans (ft. David Bowie) lyrics:
Johnny's in America
Low techs at the wheel
Nobody needs anyone
They don't even just pretend
Johnny's in America

I'm afraid of Americans
I'm afraid of the world
I'm afraid I can't help it
I'm afraid I can't

I'm afraid of Americans

Johnny's an American

Johnny wants a brain
Johnny wants to suck on a Coke
Johnny wants a woman
Johnny wants to think of a joke

Johnny's in America

I'm afraid of Americans

Johnny's in America
Johnny looks up at the stars
Johnny combs his hair
And Johnny wants pussy in cars

Johnny's in America

I'm afraid of Americans

God is an American

QUOTE: Benjamin Franklin - liberty & safety

"Those who would give up essential liberty 
to purchase a little temporary safety 
deserve neither liberty nor safety."
- Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
*Historical Review of Pennsylvania (1759)*

not even breathing is safe in Iraq

As if enemy fire, IEDs and suicide bombers weren’t enough, 
U.S. soldiers in Iraq also must contend with air that’s laden with heavy metals and lung-ravaging particles, researchers reported March 30 at the spring meeting of the American Chemical Society. Exposure to particles of the size collected in the study is of special concern, because it can lead to chronic respiratory infections, asthma and elevated risk of cardiovascular problems.
Air samples collected over 90-minute intervals at several sites in Iraq since 2008 contained fine particulate matter, dust, lead, aluminum and other metals in quantities that frequently exceed U.S. air-quality standards.

Japan evacuees turned away from shelters

Hundreds of people evacuated from towns and villages close to the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant 
are being turned away by medical institutions and emergency shelters as fears of radioactive contagion catch on.


-radioactive levels in the ocean 4385 times above regulatory limit
-ground water levels are 10,000 times the government health standard
-fisherman told not to operate within 12 miles of plant

surviving nuclear toxicity

the strange past & promising future of lobotomy

And why are people still getting them today, under the less-disturbing name “lobectomy”?

Egyptian women protestors forced to take "virginity tests"

Amnesty International has today called on the Egyptian authorities 
inflicted by the army on women protesters arrested in Tahrir Square earlier this month.
After army officers violently cleared the square of protesters on 9 March, at least 18 women were held in military detention. Amnesty International has been told by women protesters that they were beaten, given electric shocks, subjected to strip searches while being photographed by male soldiers, then forced to submit to 'virginity checks’ and threatened with prostitution charges.
'Virginity tests’ are a form of torture when they are forced or coerced.
"Forcing women to have 'virginity tests’ is utterly unacceptable. Its purpose is to degrade women because they are women," said Amnesty International. "All members of the medical profession must refuse to take part in such so-called 'tests'."

X-37B: secret space plane




household wealth down 23% in 2 years

the Federal Reserve said Thursday.
A rare survey of U.S. households, first performed in 2007 but repeated in 2009 in order to gauge the effects of the recession, reveals the median net worth of households fell from $125,000 in 2007 to $96,000 in 2009.

what if Libya had broccoli instead of oil?

how the 80's programmed us for war

Japan rescuers may die within weeks

Workers at the disaster-stricken Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan say they expect to die from radiation sickness as a result of their efforts to bring the reactors under control, the mother of one of the men tells Fox News.
The so-called Fukushima 50, the team of brave plant workers struggling to prevent a meltdown to four reactors critically damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, are being repeatedly exposed to dangerously high radioactive levels as they attempt to bring vital cooling systems back online.













Fed admits it is private

coming soon: $5 ATM fees

J.P. Morgan Chase and other banks are trying to recoup approximately $30 billion a year in lost overdraft fee income by testing $5 ATM fees Consumer Action spokesman Joe Ridout told CNBC.
These banks have "historically been reliant on overdraft fees," he said, so they're "coming up with new ways to make up the difference." He said higher ATM fees and other rising costs penalize small depositors.

man pays off credit card with pennies

A California man upset with his bank for disallowing his requested refinance
said he decided to pay off his $6,500 credit card bill entirely with pennies.
Thierry Cahez of San Diego County rolled 650,000 pennies in plastic, loaded them into crates and drove the lot to his Mira Mesa bank

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

$ wasted in Iraq could've fixed US Social Security

Some time in 2005, Joseph Stiglitz and Linda Bilmes, who also served as an economic adviser under Clinton, noted that the official Congressional Budget Office estimate for the cost of the war so far was of the order of $500bn. The figure was so low, they didn't believe it, and decided to investigate. The paper they wrote together, and published in January 2006, revised the figure sharply upwards, to between $1 and $2 trillion. Even that, Stiglitz says now, was deliberately conservative: "We didn't want to sound outlandish."

Obama raises hypocrisy to a higher level

What does the world think? Obama has been using air strikes and drones against civilians in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, and probably Somalia. In his March 28 speech, Obama justified his air strikes against Libya on the grounds that the embattled ruler, Gadhafi, was using air strikes to put down a rebellion.
Gadhafi has been a black hat for as long as I can remember. If we believe the adage that “where there is smoke there is fire,” Gadhafi is probably not a nice fellow. However, there is no doubt whatsoever that the current US president and the predecessor Bush/Cheney regime have murdered many times more people in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia than Gadhafi has murdered in Libya.
Moreover, Gadhafi is putting down a rebellion against state authority as presently constituted, but Obama and Bush/Cheney initiated wars of aggression based entirely on lies and deception.
Yet Gadhafi is being demonized, and Bush/Cheney/Obama are sitting on their high horse draped in cloaks of morality. Obama described himself as saving Libyans from violence while Obama himself murders Afghans, Pakistanis, and whomever else.

Michigan's screwed

Obama restricts findings on Gulf dead dolphins

including many stillborn infants, washing up on Mississippi and Alabama shorelines,
and scientists say the restriction undermines the scientific process.

more dead dolphins discovered in Gulf

fish follies

dead fish

dead dolphins (Persian Gulf, 2007)

London set to limit right to protest

The British government has announced controversial plans to ban protestors from taking part in public gatherings following the weekend anti-cuts rallies, which were marred by violence.
Based on a proposal by Home Secretary Theresa May, the police may be given new powers to prevent so-called hooligans from attending rallies and marches while officers will also be authorized to force demonstrators, who do not want to be known, to remove their face-scarves and balaclavas.
The announcement has raised concerns among MPs who say no hasty decision should be made on the issue as the police may abuse the “stop and search” powers to target ordinary people rather than “known hooligans”.

citizens rage in UK

13% of all US homes are vacant

High residential vacancies are killing many housing markets, as foreclosed homes sit on the market and depress sale prices and property values.
And it's only getting worse: The national vacancy rate crept up to just over 13% according to last week's decennial census report. That's up from 12.1% in 2007.
"More vacant homes equal more downward pressure on home prices," said Brad Hunter, chief economist for Metrostudy, a real estate information provider.

activists distribute tyranny awards at Texas capital


William Cooper - luciferian doctrine

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Transhumanism: the new face of Eugenics

It's the lessening of the human factor in humanity for the sake of the few who control.

WIKI:
transhumanism
eugenics

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global energy war looms

HSBC has calculated what would happen to energy consumption by 2050 given plausible forecasts for economic growth and assuming no constraint on resources, or that humans carry on using energy in the “taken for granted” way they do at the moment.
It scarcely needs saying that regardless of the environmental consequences, energy industries would struggle to cope, and more likely would find it impossible. We may or may not already be perilously close to peak oil – or maximum productive capacity – but nobody believes the industry could produce double what it does at the moment, however clever it becomes in tapping previously uncommercial or inaccessible reserves.

FDA comes to rescue of Big Pharma

From millions and millions of dollars poured into the pockets of regulators and politicians to the subsidization of medical schools and the doctors they churn out, Big Pharma is a force to be reckoned with. However, recently Big Pharma has engaged in a battle plan that few would have expected -- an attack on Little Pharma.

Canada-US deep integration agenda continues unabated

Canada and the U.S recently issued a joint threat and risk assessment as part of ongoing efforts to further enhance security on the northern border. This initiative supports a declaration by the leaders which will work towards facilitating the movement of travel and trade between the two countries. The Canadian government has announced that they are seeking online public consultation on the security perimeter arrangement.

Syrian government steps down


Syrian Prime Minister Mohammed Naji Otri's government has decided to leave office.
The decision to leave office came after weeks of protests calling for reforms,
which led to deadly violence in several cities.
The opposition accuses security forces of being behind the killings. But the government denies the allegation and blames armed gangs and foreign powers, especially Israel, for the unrest.

NATO aggression on Yugoslavia: challenging an illegal war


Republic of Missouri: change your founders believed in


ING banker bonuses axed by people power

Britain has a rival when it comes to bashing bankers. After a furious row over pay packages at Amsterdam-based ING in which thousands of customers threatened to make mass withdrawals, the Netherlands is now vying for the title of Europe's most bonus-hating country.
A growing Dutch political storm could end with a blanket ban on bonuses to financiers who work for institutions bailed out by the taxpayer.
ING customers mobilised on Twitter and other social networks to protest at bonuses paid to bosses at the bank, one of the biggest in the country. The threat of direct action raised the spectre of a partial run on ING, terrifying the Dutch establishment.

Freedom Watch live: ft. Ron Paul, Rand Paul


Children of Fallujah


cracking Stuxnet: a 21st-century weapon

Nike sweatshops: don't do it!

mysterious deaths of 9/11 witnesses


Monday, March 28, 2011

joint-terrorism task force protestors storm Portland citty hall


the Wayseer Manifesto


Creation of the 4th War Theater


Illuminati, Satanism, & their Bloodline Secret


USA & Democracy: Libya issue


the World is Waking Up: this is why


Secret History of the American Empire


Wall Streets $130 billion bonus


100th Monkey


RISE UP! Revolution Against the NWO


just keep going, you got nothing to lose


Fukushima Cover-Up

Just days after the 9.1 mega-earthquake and tsunami hit off the east cost of Japan, a former employee of Hitachi Ltd. (6501) came forward saying that he helped cover up a flawed steel protective vessel that was installed in the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Reactor 4 core in 1974. Mitsuhiko Tanaka told Bloomberg that the defective steel in the $250 million vessel was a very serious "time bomb" just waiting to go off, as it represents the key protective unit for the reactor's core.

Japan power company knew "but didn't want to hear about" nuclear reactor tsunami risks

Pentagon cover-up of data on Fukushima

cover-up of Fukushima chain reaction underway

Japan radiation hits Massachusetts



♫From sea to shining sea♫

Massachusetts officials: radiation from Japan in rainwater.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health said Sunday that very low concentrations of radioiodine-131 that were likely from the Japanese power plant severely damaged by the earthquake and tsunami earlier this month have been detected in a sample of rainwater. Officials did not say where the sample was taken.
The agency said the sample was taken in the past week and is one of more than 100 around the country. It is part of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) network that monitors for radioactivity.

traces of Japan radioactivity in US rain

nuclear workers exposed to 10,000 times more radiation than normal

US bars some Japan food over radiation fears

has radiation from stricken Japanese plant reached Alaska?

conveniently 8/18 of the EPA's air-radiation monitors under survey
in vital areas along America's west coast, may not be "working":


radioactivity at 10 million times normal at Japan reactor


rainwater banned at water plants


when does a nuclear disaster end? never

2nd Japanese nuclear plant explodes, 3rd, 4th, could follow - track radiation

US experts unsure about Fukushima situation

Japan Prime Minister: Nuclear situation could deteriorate

thousands near Japan nuclear plant told to evacuate

Aussies told to evacuate Japan at their own cost

Japans nuclear woes give rise to crowd sourced radiation maps in Asia & US

how does nuclear radiation affect the body?



Radionuclide blankets US

what they're covering up at Fukushima

Japan gov admits potassium iodide pills should have been distributed earlier


Japan crisis: "there's no food, tell the people there is no food"

Japans nuclear crisis debacle & the depopulation agenda

Stuxnet worm found at Fukushima, any relation to disaster?

is the Japanese disaster the latest natural disaster to have been caused by a 'super moon'?

doomsday scenario: is Fukushima about to blow?

Plutonium found in soil at Fukushima

Public Image Limited - order of death


Inquest underway into death at G20

over 400k join London anti-cuts march





Hundreds of thousands of British opposing to the coalition government's budget cuts are marching in London streets, chanting for an alternative to the government's austerity cuts.
Tens of thousands of teachers, council staff, nurses, students, National Health Service (NHS) officials and many others who are angry at the public cut plans, mounting rates of unemployment, tax rises, pay cuts and pension reforms are partaking in the demonstration.

a peaceful protest: the inevitable aftermath

In my opinion: the UK is the United States pre-game in terms of laws & taxation,
the testing ground, as it were.... so when government imposes new restrictions there
it usually occurs here not too soon thereafter in most cases.
Therefore you can almost see it "coming down the pike".
Yet in the UK, the people have taken to the streets time & again in the last several years,
yet American resistance has been non-existent & subverted.
I believe in peace, we all just want to get over this hump & go about our business.
Unfortunately things seem to be snowballing downhill at a phenomenal rate.

Some footage from previous protests in the UK:





Y U should B freaked out about the stock market

This is a chart of the US monetary base. In simple terms, it charts how much money the Fed has pumped into the system (at least that it admits). So it’s a kind of visual of the Fed hitting the PANIC button: when the monetary base explodes higher, the Fed is FREAKING out.
You'll note that during the Financial Crisis the Fed didn't do much until the autumn of 2008 when it pumped nearly $1 trillion into the system. Think about that, the Fed didn’t go nuts pumping money until the stuff REALLY hit the fan.
You'll also note that there's only one other time when the monetary base went absolutely vertical: TODAY.

Pentagon hires contractors to regulate contractors

Instead of keeping watch itself, the Department of Defense today
relies on contractors to monitor the work of other contractors, a risk strategy that became cemented during the Iraq War thanks to a politically-connected-and powerful-company with ties to the Bush White House.
In late 2004, the U.S. Army command overseeing logistical support for troops in Iraq had a serious problem on its hands. Army officials had hired KBR, then a subsidiary of Halliburton, which Vice President Dick Cheney had helped lead, to supply soldiers with food and other supplies. But at least $1 billion in billing by KBR was questioned by the Pentagon's Defense Contract Audit Agency, resulting in the Army deciding to withhold 15% of its payments to KBR.
Company officials fought the withholding and pressured both the Defense Department and Congress to release the money it claimed it was owed. So the Army removed those who had raised alarms over the billing and hired another company, consulting firm RCI, to conduct its own audit of KBR costs.

6th study in months links flu shots to brain damage, autism

The toxic effects of the mercury, also known in vaccines as Thimerosal,
have once again been confirmed, this time by researchers from the University of Brazil.
Marking the sixth major study in recent months to condemn the use of mercury in medicine,
the new study reveals that mercury causes serious brain damage, and is linked to autism and other developmental diseases in children and Alzheimer's disease in adults.

more than 2,000 vaccinated babies died

H1n1 & Narcolepsy

Vaccines in Fruit

Brain-eating Vaccines

Flu Vaccine lawsuits

No Gov has ever claimed this kind of power


protests mount in US over GM foods

against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) used that make foods 'unsafe'.
Protesters say despite the claim made by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1992, there is compelling evidence that GMOs are not safe and labeling foods as organic does not guarantee that they are GMO-free.
Monsanto, a very powerful agricultural biotechnology corporation which patents and sells genetically modified seeds, throws its weight behind the federal government to keep GMO labels from being placed on food products. This could explain why unlike countless countries, the US refrains from passing any rules on banning the GMOs.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

QUOTE: Orwell - truth

"In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
- George Orwell (1903-1950)

economic terrorist: that's you

Many have said in the wake of 9/11 that the "War on Terror" was only temporarily reserved for the "Muslim extremists" but would soon include any nationality, religion, or demographic that stood in the way of the globalists' megalomaniacal designs. As we develop our knowledge of the real world around us, we begin to understand the key to real freedom - self-sufficiency and independence on a personal and local level. Realizing that real freedom also stands in the way of the globalists' designs, it was only inevitable that any attempt to become independent of their burgeoning world-spanning empire, would "make the list" of terroristic activities as well.

FDA: banning competition

The drug pipeline is running dry, as Big Pharma's patents are beginning to expire, and the drug companies are freaking out. For years they have been spending more money on research and testing and getting fewer results. This year alone they are going to have 11 patents expire on drugs that bring in approximately $50 billion in revenue to the big pharma firms. Of course, the flip side to this is that consumers can start saving about 95% on the price of those drugs, as generics hit the market. The drug companies have gotten to a point where the incremental increases in efficiencies are so small as to be meaningless. What is coming is more personalized and targeted treatments for diseases -- treatments that do not require bulk production of a specific chemical, but individual testing and personalized care, and not lifetime treatments and repeat sales, but cures. The treatments will be expensive to begin with, but they will become less expensive over time. The business model of healthcare is about to change dramatically, and Big Pharma needs to do something to maintain their profits. Unfortunately, they seem to have chosen the path of regulating the competition out of existence, rather than competing and innovating.

FDA banned 500 prescription drugs

Marijuana: full-length documentaries





prosecutor tells Wisconsin to stage false flag

An Indiana prosecutor and Republican activist has resigned after emails show he suggested Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker stage a fake attack on himself to discredit unions protesting his budget repair bill.
The Republican governor signed a bill on March 11 that eliminates most union rights for public employees.
In an email from February 19, Indiana deputy prosecutor Carlos F. Lam told Walker the situation presented "a good opportunity for what’s called a ‘false flag’ operation."

protesters flooding the Wisconsin capital after Scott Walker signed his "budget repair bill":

QUOTE: Adolf Hitler - propaganda

"In the size of the lie there is always contained a certain factor of credibility, since the great mass of people will more easily fall victims to a great lie than to a small one"

Aaron Russo: Reflections & Warnings

and now for a world government

A “world government” would involve much more than co-operation between nations.
It would be an entity with state-like characteristics, backed by a body of laws.
The European Union has already set up a continental government for 27 countries,
which could be a model. The EU has a supreme court, a currency, thousands of pages of law, a large civil service and the ability to deploy military force.
So could the European model go global? There are three reasons for thinking that it might.

financial new world order: towards a global currency & world government