Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

In Libya, There are No Good Guys

The situation in Libya is an excellent case study for those of us who are trying to figure out how the United States Government actually conducts its foreign policy. Knowing the bare bones facts keeps us from being manipulated with propaganda. Let me just start with some bullet-points of things I recall seeing these last few months and then we can try to piece them together to get a cohesive explanation on what is going on:

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Obama, Shariah Law, and the Bigger Picture

So I was thumbing through Jerome Corsi's book "Where's the Birth Certificate?" and I get to this one part that really got me thinking. The section title read "Obama Spent Millions to get Kenya's New Constitution Ratified" and I was wondering what was all that about and you could have knocked me over with a feather. A group of Republican congressman has revealed that...

Monday, August 29, 2011

Bachmann Wants to Repeal the EPA, eh?

Michelle Bachmann seems to want it both ways. In one way, she wants to be all - out against the Federal Government by saying she'd do away with the EPA, calling it a "job killing agency". But on the other hand, when it comes to getting Federal "freebies", Bachmann lines up with both hands out:

In February of last year, Bachmann wrote to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, requesting that EPA support a $270,806 grant application designed to help a St. Cloud, Minn., bus company replace two older motor coaches.
“Voigt’s Bus Service, with Community Transportation, Inc., is committed to bringing long-term benefits to the environment and the economy and they wish to accomplish this through the Clean Diesel Grant Program,” Bachmann wrote.
Bachmann, as a first-term House member, co-signed a 2007 letter asking for more assistance from the “job killing agency.”

Some might say I'm being unfair, but listen up people: we don't have time to fool around with candidates who don't know what's going on. It is true that the EPA needs to be abolished and was designed to put America at a disadvantage so that in "Grand Chessboard" manner, out manufacturing would be offshored and our wealth liquidated. Remember what we've learned here about the Rockefellers and the CFR; they hid behind their man Nixon to set up the whole EPA and a host of other regulatory agencies to put America at a disadvantage, as other countries don't have to abide by these regulations.

With all that's at stake, I find pimping out your principles for roughly a quarter mil in motor coaches a pretty cheap sell-out. I'm just a mom with kids still at home and a mountain of laundry, and I can figure this stuff out. Is it too much to ask that a sitting Congresswoman with grown kids do the same? I guess it's just easy to keep playing the banksters game until we're all out of chips.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

It's Like Eating Peanuts

Charlotte Iserbyt, In Her Own Words by Kevin Gallagher and Scott Davis tells her life story and clues you into her experiences with collectivists. She started out working for the State Department in the 1950s, giving her a unique viewpoint on foreign policy. She tells us to be aware of "controlled conflict", how they use it to gain more power. But Charlotte spends most of her time talking about education and her experiences as a school board member and as a policy expert in Reagan's Department of Education, which she supports the abolishment of. She also goes on to discuss Skull and Bones, of which her father and grandfather were members. Lots of exciting commentary and explanation here, at least for those of us who are interested in how the world came to be in this death spiral. I can't listen to Charlotte without jotting down notes on the back of my bills - she says this stuff is like peanuts, you can't eat just one, and before you know it, you're hooked! I can testify to that.

Check these out if you want to get down to the nitty gritty. If you don't, go take a blue pill and go to bed.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Get Your Armour On.

One of my favorite devotionals is The Christian in Complete Armour. The abridged version is what you want, because the original is a really hard-core study that commands all of your attention. But around here, I like to go the original sources don't you know. Written in the 1600s by William Gurnall, it is an enormous book that gives you the play by play on spiritual warfare. It tells you how the devil will mess with your mind, what to look for, and how to protect yourself. Know your enemy, Sun Tsu said and if you get into this Scripture-soaked book, you will be equipped for the battle. This is an area I'm working to be better at, because with all the craziness in the news, it helps to know the source. You guys do know that what we've actually got here is a demonic infestation, right? I'm not one of those spooky-wooky Christians, but if a third of the angels of Heaven got booted out of Heaven along with Lucifer, they've got to be down here somewhere, right? Plus you got the rich and powerful pretending to do druid worship around owl statues in groves for pete's sake - nothing good will come out of that.

Anyhow, here's a little nugget of truth for you. Remember, He wilt keep thou in perfect peace whose mind is stayed upon thee:

Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: Chapter 6

Consolidation and Export of the Revolution

Lord Milner

Marx's great book Das Kapital is at once a monument of reasoning and a storehouse of facts.

--Lord Milner, member of the British War Cabinet, 1917, and director of the London Joint Stock Bank

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Movie Review: Harry's War

I watched this movie via recommendation over at Lew Rockwell. It's available on Netflix, my only source of TV these days. The plot is a little contrived: a guy inherits an army surplus "store", but how else are you going to take on the Feds? There are a lot of good lines in this movie that patriotic Americans and anti US-bankster cartel government people will like. Of course, the media actually is on Harry's side - in our day, the TV media would be on the take and the guy would have been David Koreshed-BBQ. The most important question this movie asks is "who gave them the power to tax us anyway?" Readers of this blog and the Creature from Jekyll Island know the answer to this question - a few monopoly men set up the IRS to put those not in their loop at a disadvantage and keep the edge for themselves. Don't worry, though, we've got one presidential candidate whose only paying job was infiltrating them to "know the enemy" Sun Tzu style. But here's the exciting finale with some spoilers just to warn ya:

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Rick Perry and Bank of America

I didn't post on this because I thought it was a hoax. That someone was trying to take advantage of the distrust of Rick Perry out there as an Establishment boy and trying to frame him up as an acceptor of bankster money. But a source I trust, Zerohedge, has a postive ID on this man seen in the video here putting something in Rick Perry's hand while clearly saying, "Bank of America will help you out." Apparently, he thought that Rick had already killed his mike. Whoopsee.

From Zerohedge:
And for those who believe the man is a plant, we believe it is James Mahoney, Director of Public Policy for BoA. You can see a photo of him here. He's on the board of directors for the New England Council, the sponsors of yesterday's Politics and Eggs breakfast.
Naturally, we would be delighted for Bank of America to refute this assumption.
 This just in from Business Insider, a statement from Bank of America:
"Bank of America does not endorse Presidential candidates. The reference was about following up on the substance of the speech about job creation and economic growth. Discussing policy issues that affect our company and our customers is something we do with policymakers of both parties routinely at the local, state, and Federal levels."
 Remember that Bank of America is one of the big six banks widely believed to make up the lion's share of the Federal Reserve Banking Cartel. If you are not aware of just how evil this bank is, I suggest you check out Bank of America 666. This is the bank that forecloses on houses it doesn't even have mortgages on. 

Now we don't know if Rick accepted their offer; it might be Mr. Mahoney just wanted to talk to him about getting his story straight on economics. What we do know is that they think he is a guy after their own stone cold heart.

TN State Senate Special Election

Our state senator Jamie Woodson has retired and there is a vacancy that will be filled by a special election Sept. 27.  Anyway, early voting starts Sept. 7, I remember that much. Three candidates are vying for the position.

  1. Becky "Duncan" Massey - sister to Jimmy Duncan, the US congressman, daughter to the late John Duncan, mayor and also a US Congressman, niece to Judge Duncan, and an aunt to little Jimmy Duncan III, a Knox County Trustee. Do we have a problem with nepotism? I have praised Rep. Duncan in the past, but his vote for the debt ceiling increase has burned my grits. Anyway, I didn't listen to the debate, but my husband did and his verdict was "airhead". When given a question about accepting federal money with mandates, she goes into how its such a good deal because we get such and such more money this way, blah, blah. Apparently, she doesn't understand what is going on in our country at all - ergo she doesn't get my vote.
  2. Marilyn Roddy - Knoxville City Council-person for seven years. She used to be an elementary schoolteacher and brags how she worked with the Haslam administration (shakes head) in keeping the Scripps network based in Knoxville. Grovel mundanes at the kindness of your overlords. She also in involved with nonprofits, which as readers here know, doesn't impress me one bit, but makes very leery. She serves in the Episcopal church also, yet boasts pro-life creds on her flyer. Any Episcopal diocese other than San Joaquin and South Carolina send their money on up to Episcopal HQ that supports gayness and abortion. Hah, didn't think this Baptist girl keeps up on what's going on in other denominations, but I do!
  3. Victoria Defreese -  a woman without a lot of money who has a very interesting, but not corporate-shiny resume, and always seems to keep it real. When asked about federal money, she said she'd vote to reject any federal money that wasn't constitutional. She also added that federal money always comes with mandates that end up costing more than they are worth. I'll be voting for her before I move to Nashville for no other reason than she puts this quote from the TN State Constitution all over her website:
  • § 1. Powers of people
    That all power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety, and happiness; for the advancement of those ends they have at all times, an unalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform, or abolish the government in such manner as they may think proper.
 So if you happen to live in North, South, or East Knox County, remember to vote for Victoria!

Friday, August 19, 2011

Super Committee already bought off

According to The Raw Story, the members of our unconstitutional super committee enacted along with the debt ceiling increase, have already gotten the mother lode of federal reserve cartel money:
In total, the twelve members appointed to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction got nearly $64.5 million from special interests groups over the past decade, with legal firms donating about $31.5 million and Wall Street firms donating about $11.2 million.

Of that $11.2 million, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase donated approximately $2 million combined.
The members appointed to the committee are Sens. Pat Toomey (R-PA), Jon Kyl (R-AZ), Rob Portman (R-OH), Patty Murray (D-WA), John Kerry (D-MA), and Max Baucus (D-MT) and Reps. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), Fred Upton (R-MI), Dave Camp (R-MI), Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), Xavier Becerra (D-CA), and Jim Clyburn (D-SC).
Democratic and liberal groups donated the third most amount of money, with about $9.6 million in political contributions, and the health industry donated the fourth most, with about $9.3 million.
Club for Growth, a conservative free market group, donated more money than any other organization, contributing a combined $990,066 to the twelve lawmakers. The vast majority of that money went to Sen. Toomey.
Microsoft Corp. donated the second most, with $810,100.
This money was given over the last 10 years and indicates how tied in these super committee members are tied into the banking cartel and the foundations that we have discussed at such length here.  I would assume Club for Growth gave so much as Pat Toomey is a former president of that group. Just another piece in the puzzle for those of us who are watching.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Saving America: Step 2

Exit Public "Propaganda" Education

Oh here we go, I know some of you will say. Another home-school mom telling me to be like her because she's so awesome and thinks everyone should do as she does. Not so, I realize that some people are not mentally equipped to home educate their children. Not stupid people, but those with mental issues I have thought man, these people shouldn't be homeschooling. But I don't want a huge police state that would be have to be big enough to get into everyone's business to monitor that. So you get the parents you came with kids, ok? But when you compare the socialization skills of homeschooled kids to public school kids, it really is no contest. You see, most homeschooled kids have never experienced bullying (outside of their siblings of course) or peer pressure or having to ask permission of an authority figure for bathroom privileges. At least not on a consistent basis do they have to experience these things. There minds, as a result are conditioned differently.

My motivation for urging people to leave government school system is primarily self-preservation. Yes, home education builds stronger families, stronger faiths and produces independent people. Why do you think the banking cartel of the early 20th century worked overtime to destroy it? Home education was the primary mode of education at our founding and America had the highest literacy rate of just about any country. Since compulsory attendance laws were passed in this country, the literacy rate have declined precipitously since WW1.

 from Family of Flowers:

Again, it doesn't take a majority to make an impact. If only 10% of Americans would find alternate pathways to educate their children, we can circumvent the pro-liberal-environmentalist-homo propaganda that permeates the government-mandated curriculum. It's becoming obvious that the internet has made the old industrial-revolution style of learning obsolete. The banksters have recognized this and according to Charlotte Iserbyt are going to "privatize" the schools and move us all into charters. Yay, conservatives will shout. However, the same collectivist agenda will be taught there as well. Also Bill Bennett was trying to peddle a public school at home type of thing to homeschoolers and was frustrated when we didn't go for it. You see, many of us homeschoolers realize that if you allow the government to "give" you a goodie, no matter how small, they think they own you. Don't take any candy from these people, kids.

You would think with record unemployment rate there would be enough adults out there available to take our kids back from the system.

I'll not rewrite what I have already written about getting out of the public indoctrination system. You can check out my previous posts:

In order to help some of you get started, I'm introducing a new page on this site called, Homeschool Quick Start Program, to be handy for people to get clued in. 

The faster we get kids out of the controlled school system, the faster we can educate a new generation of unconditioned "free" people to question and undermine the central planners.

The bottom line is that the public school system was designed to destroy the American family and crush the minds of the young. Charlotte Iserbyt and John Taylor Gatto have done extensive work on this and I'll not regurgitate it here - I'll just leave you with these parting thoughts by the people who have been in charge.:

The kindergarten or infant school has a significant part to play in the child’s education. Not only can it correct many of the errors of home training, but it can also prepare the child for membership, at about the age of seven, in a group of his own age and habits—the first of many such social identifications that he must achieve on his way to membership in the world society. 
-UNESCO Training booklet 1951
The ordinary teacher spends a good share of her time changing the cultural
and intellectual habits which the child acquires from its family and surrounding culture. Or else the teacher duplicates home training, in a complete waste of time. Here we can almost say that the school is the family, and vice versa. [emphasis in original]
-- BF Skinner, Walden II 1948
Large families can be changed from an economic asset to an economic liability if all members of society can be offered the prospect that through work, saving, and deferred spending they can achieve economic security for themselves and their children. For the already affluent middle class, larger families can be made an economic liability by increasing the incentives for and the costs of advanced education for their children....
Cultural changes to reduce the social pressure to marry and have a family can be pursued by changing educational materials which glorify married life and family life as the only “normal” life pattern, by granting greater public recognition to non-married and non-family life styles, by facilitating careers for single women....
--Revised report of population subcommittee, Governor's Advisory Council on Environmental Quality” for the State of Michigan,  April 6, 1971
 College is a whole other post:)

Questions Perry Must Answer

I'll refer ya'll to a post by Steve Baldwin over at World Net Daily entitled, 10 Questions that Rick Perry Must Answer. Turns out Steve is a reader here and clued me into a couple of things about Poser Perry that I had missed:

9) Gov. Perry signed a hate-crimes bill. Shortly after Perry became governor, he signed a hate-crimes bill. Such a law gives harsher sentences to certain crimes based upon a person's perceived bias to some class or group. But juries really can't determine what's in a person's heart and, besides, all crime should be punished equally, regarding of the race, gender, sexual orientation, etc. of the victim. In other words, under hate-crimes law, if someone beats up a white person and then beats up a gay person, they receive a heavier sentence for the latter crime. This makes a travesty of the concept of equal application of the law and is likely unconstitutional.
Question: Why would you support legislation that creates a two-tiered system of justice? Why can't justice be colorblind? Do you not have any constitutional concerns with this approach?
Another point that Steve addresses is that Rick Perry who would have us believe that he is all about Jesus supported the most liberal of the Republican candidates for President in 2008, Rudy Giuliani. 

Geez. I'm not going to diss how Guliani cleaned up New York, but what I see here is one statist supporting another.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: Chapter 5


Poor Mr. Billings believed he was in charge of a scientific mission for the relief of Russia .... He was in reality nothing but a mask — the Red Cross complexion of the mission was nothing but a mask.

Cornelius Kelleher, assistant to William Boyce Thompson (in George F. Kennan, Russia Leaves the War)
Here's the deal: the Federal Reserve Bank of New York put together a financial A-team to go over to Russia so that the banksters might have ground-floor control of the new government.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Howard Baskerville, Freedom Fighter

For your consideration, a man whom you've probably never heard of, Howard Baskerville. He was a graduate of Princeton and studied under Woodrow Wilson. He was also a Presbyterian missionary to Iran where he was a schoolteacher in the city of Tabriz. From an article in the Persian Mirror:

That said I was amazed to run across last year for the first time the story of Howard C. Baskerville on the internet. Ironically at just about the same time a dear friend of mine had returned to Azerbaijan for a visit for the first time in many years and discovered much to their surprise, that people were still talking about him there. Schools are still named after him there and his tomb is still there. This young man who had come over as a missionary teacher ended up organizing and training his Azeri students to fight with Sattar against the vigilanti war lord forces of the corrupt Mohammad Ali Shah and his Russian mercenaries during the Constitutional Revolution of 1906. This was rather like the magna carta of modern day Iran in which parliament tried to limit the excessive powers of the despotic monarchy. How many Americans even know about this struggle for democracy and representative government in Iran which is a freedom they hold so dear in America for themselves? And how many Americans know the name Baskerville?

Here is a picture of the bust of Baskerville proudly displayed at the Constitution House of Tabriz.

Howard Baskerville - Iranian Freedom Fighter

He died at the age of 24 fighting against the totalitarian Shah over 100 years ago, but segments of Iranian society still revere his name.

In 1950, a memorial tablet was placed on Baskerville’s grave, containing part of a verse by Aref Qazvini, the national poet of Iran, which read:
“Oh, thou, the revered defender of the freedom of men,
Brave leader and supporter of justice and equity,
Thou has given thy life for the felicity of Iran,
O, may thy name be eternal, may thy soul be blessed! “
Five days after his funeral in 1909, Baskerville’s parents, in Spicer, Minn., received a telegram:
“Persia much regrets honorable loss of your dear son in the cause of liberty and we give our parole that future Persia will always revere his name in her history like Lafayette and will respect his venerable tomb.
Sattar Khan and Jamani Ayoleti “
Sattar Khan later sent along Baskerville’s rifle, which he wrapped in a Persian flag.
I can only imagine that he rolled over in his grave and wept when the United States Government (not to be confused with America, which Baskerville represented) set up fake riots and a coup in 1953 in Operation AJAX. This was the first time the United States Government had forcibly ousted a democratically elected foreign leader. That's what we call a turning point in history - it set the precedent for the CIA to go in and overthrow any country that didn't tow the US Government line. What makes this so ironic is that they put a Shah, back into power. They even trained his personal goon squad, SAVAK to make the political opponents disappear. I can't help but think that this would stir up a lot of dissension within Iran. Every action creates an equal and opposite reaction, and a generation later (26 years) the breaking point had come. What was once a moderate Muslim nation had been driven into the arms of militant Islam to get some "justice". The joke was on them as the next leader and every leader of Iran since the Islamic Revolution has been a dictator with the Revolutionary Guard operating as their goon squad.

I just think it's totally wild that right now in Iran there is a bust commemorating one Christian missionary's zeal for freedom while in America, atheists are trying to get crosses snapped off of everything and children are perversely molested before getting on airplanes.

Here's some more Iranian info.. the more you know, the more equipped you are to form intelligent opinions.

“When Mossadegh and Persia started basic reforms, we became alarmed. We united with the British to destroy him; we succeeded; and ever since, our name has not been an honored one in the Middle East.”
--US Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas who had visited Iran before and after the coup

“For many Iranians, the coup demonstrated duplicity by the United States, which presented itself as a defender of freedom but did not hesitate to use underhanded methods to overthrow a democratically elected government to suit its own economic and strategic interests”
-- Agence France Presse June 4, 2009

Here's a little documentary that is chock full of demonstrable facts on the history of Iran, oil interests, and British/US involvement.

Part 1

Part 2

The Secret Government, a PBS documentary aired in 1987. This features the 1953 Iran coup. Warning: features uber-liberal Bill Moyers, but I can't find anything to disagree with in his commentary.

Attacking Iran? It's a really, really big country full of some really patriotic people.

"Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence (I conjure you to believe me, fellow citizens) the jealousy of a free people out to be constantly awake, since history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government." Washington said "The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible." - Washington Farewell address 1796

Rick Perry and Gardisil

Here are excerpts from Peskytruth who takes on the litany of Rick Perry negatives for the purpose of "keeping it real" and trying to make sure that we don't go into a RINO witch hunt frenzy. I think that is commendable. But I will begin with his first point on Gardisil:

Gardasil is a drug developed by Merck & Co.. It is supposed to prevent cervical cancer caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved it in June of 2006 and subsequently recommended vaccination in females aged 11 and 12, before they become sexual active. Since it is not effective against an existing infection, it must be given before a sexually-transmitted HPV infection occurs. 
Most people are not aware that the FDA is a corrupt organization led by former Pharma executives. If you are depending on the FDA to protect you from untested pharmaceuticals, you are living in a fairy land. In fact, the FDA violated its own protocols in approving Gardisil and the one of the formost researchers on this vaccine says that making it mandatory will do nothing to HPV infection rates. The bottom line is still the bottom line. If the government ever starts talking about the "public good" know that they're about to screw you.
Governor Perry issued an Executive Order (EO) (RP#65, February, 2007) which mandated that all Texas girls be vaccinated prior to their admission to the sixth grade. Parents were allowed to opt out of the mandate by filling out an affidavit. 
You are allowed to opt out of all vaccinations with an affidavit. So there is no need to grovel in thanks at the feet of lord Perry for "allowing" you to do so. The government immunization program works under color of law. However, most parents are not going to question a new vaccine requirement and are not aware of opt-out procedures. They're still trusting that the government immunization program is about public health and not money.
Perry was rebuked by both houses of the Texas legislature which overturned his EO by a veto-proof margin. Seeing the writing on the wall, Perry did not sign the law. He subsequently rescinded RP#65 with another EO (RP#74) and the issue is now dead in Texas. At least 18 other states (notably New York and Michigan) were considering similar actions with Gardasil, but none were actually implemented. Here is a link to additional data on other state’s decisions, from a 2007 article in Time Magazine Health.
Perry’s negatives related to the Gardasil issue were: 
  • issuing the EO requiring vaccinations for young girls. Even though a parent could opt-out (for religious or philosophical reasons), refusing the child’s shot, people were upset that the EOrequired inoculation. Had the vaccination been voluntary, there would have been no question. 
  • Perry’s former chief of staff (2002-2004) was a lobbyist for Merck at the time and is thought to have had undue influence on Perry on behalf of Merck’s drug. 
  • Merck contributed a grand total of $6,000 to Perry’s reelection campaign. While it is unseemly in its timing, $6,000 is barely enough money to get noticed, much less to buy the support of a governor, least of all a “high roller” like Perry’s critics claim he is. That Merck contribution amounted to .00025 of the $24 million dollar campaign funds that he received that year.
There are still some who are convinced that Merck contributed more than a paltry $6,000 to Perry. They are simply wrong. Merck gave two checks, one for $1,000 and another for $5,000 to Perry in the 2006 election timeframe (in 2008, they contributed a whopping $2,500). Here is a source to view all of Perry’s contributions: ProPublica. In fact, Merck has only contributed $23,500 to Perry over a 1998-2010 span, not exactly George Soros money. For comparison, from 2000-2006 Merck gave $2,460,000 to state politicians across 40 states.
For me, I don't care how much money Merck gave to Perry, that's not the point. The point is we have a politician making unqualified medical decisions for  a large population. I didn't know that when we elect state governors that they would be socially engineering us into taking particular medicines.  Small and limited government my behind.
The other side of the story:
Gardasil was believed to be a way to stop certain types of cancer among young women. Studies appearing in The New England Journal of Medicine in 2007 found that Gardasil was nearly 100 percent effective in preventing precancerous cervical lesions caused by the the strains that Gardasil protects against. Gardasil’s effectiveness increased when given to girls and young women before they become sexually active. Gardasil was found to be extremely effective in preventing several (but not all) of the strains of HPV known to cause cervical cancer and genital warts.
Some critics maintain that Gardasil has a record of “very serious safety issues.” That obvious attempt to further tarnish Perry’s image by intimating that not only did he do the bidding of Merck in ordering the vaccinations, he did so without considering the possible serious side effects. There is little doubt that Governor Perry knew a great deal more about Gardasil at the time than those critics do now. The CDC has been following Gardasil since its licensing and some current facts follow. Taken from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website:
Since licensure, CDC and FDA have been closely monitoring the safety of HPV vaccines. “As of June 22, 2011, approximately 35 million doses of Gardasil® have been distributed in the U.S. and the safety monitoring system (VAERS) received a total of 18,727 reports of adverse events following Gardasil® vaccination. As with all VAERS reports, serious events may or may not have been caused by the vaccine.”“Of the total  number of VAERS reports following Gardasil®, 92%  were considered to be non-serious, and 8% were considered serious. Out of 35,000,000 doses distributed, there were 1,498 occasions of serious complications; that equates to a .0000428 chance that a dose will cause a serious adverse reaction.” Hardly enough to consider the vaccine “a very serious safety issue” as claimed by some critics. Apparently, they are too lazy to “do a little research.”As of June, 2011, the CDC says: “Based on all of the information we have today, CDC recommends HPV vaccination for the prevention of most types of cervical cancer. As with all approved vaccines, CDC and FDA will continue to closely monitor the safety of HPV vaccines.”Check out the CDC’s statements about Gardasil  for yourself. And specifically check out the Summary at the end for the CDC’s conclusion about Gardasil’s effectiveness.
Check out the CDC's statements for myself, huh? Why in the world would anyone believe what the CDC, another government agency would have to say about anything?  Would it interest you to know that current and former FDA Commissioners, CDC consultants and executives, and the Surgeon Generals have been or are on the board of directors or have been or are Vice Presidents of the following corporations: Merck, Astra-Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Schering-Plough, Searle, AmeriSource, Medco Health Solutions, and there are many more. Also, don't forget the insurance angle as I found these corporations listed with this same bunch: Prudential, Cigna, and Metlife.  I'm just wondering out loud -- in a country of 300 million people why do the same few seem to get these board and VP jobs in addition to influential government jobs, which I put in an area on my map of the FDA/CDC/Surgeon General map that won't cooperate with me today.
In Gardasil, Merck believed that they had a credible, FDA-approved, CDC recommended, fact-backed case for vaccinating young women and lobbied state officials to do so. Were they trying to make money on the drug? Without a doubt, that’s what a business does.
Perry maintains that the justification for his executive order making the shot mandatory was twofold: 1) that the vaccine offered a chance to save lives that might have otherwise been taken away by cervical cancer and, 2) that insurance companies wouldn’t cover the $360 cost of the vaccine ($120 for each of a 3-shot regimen) when it was simply an optional “recommended” vaccine. That put it out of the reach for most low-income Texans. This from the Time Magazine article (linked above), “Some pediatricians and gynecologists are refusing to stock Gardasil because many insurance companies reimburse so little for the vaccine, which costs $360 for the three required doses.”
When Perry mandated Gardasil, it would have become part of a school-related vaccine package which was then covered by insurance for simply the cost of a co-pay.
And there is where Merck gets a whole lot of money because the insurance or Medicaid will cover it.
An update: from Perry’s Speech in New Hampshire at the Home of New Hampshire Deputy Speaker Pam Tucker (8/13/2011):
When a voter in New Hampshire confronted Perry on the Gardasil issue, here’s what he said, “I signed an executive order that allowed for an opt-out, but the fact of the matter is I didn’t do my research well enough to understand that we needed to have a substantial conversation with our citizenry,” he said. “I hate cancer. Let me tell you, as a son who has a mother and father who are both cancer survivors.”Perry said he’d invested governmet resources in cancer cures, adding, “I hate cancer. And this HPV, we were seeing young ladies die at the early age. What we should have done was a program that frankly should have allowed them to opt in, or some type of program like that, but here’s what I learned — when you get too far out in front of the parade they will let you know. And that’s exactly what our legislature did.”A cynic may not buy his explanation, but Obama would never admit to a mistake at all.
Agree or disagree, at least he listened to the people and backed off. 
Um, yeah he only made this statement after announcing his presidential candidacy, in other words, when he absolutely had to.  Yeah, he backed off when the Texas legislature had a veto-proof majority against this thing. What if their majority hadn't been veto-proof? We'll never know, but when he has the coveted job of Federal Reserve Cartel teleprompter reader, he won't have to admit to mistakes either.  Obama never had an executive job like governor to make these types of mistakes, but I can assure you he would say anything to meet his objectives.  I also loves how he turns it around back to his personal hatred of cancer because his parents had cancer. Classic narcissist.

It would seem to me that the author of Peskytruth is not in the same place some of the rest of us are at in regard to the paradigm through which we see the world. He actually is seeing the world as it is advertised in the media with government agencies such as the CDC and FDA actually doing their job in an independent fashion. For those of us who have been following the money and connections between corporations, government and nonprofits, its as clear as day what is going on. We see how collectivists and globalists have used the Hegel's Dialectic to advance themselves forward. We understand that the same coterie keeps cropping up over and over when it comes to legislation and regulations that curtail individual freedom. I'm sure that the author of Peskytruth would see us as wearing tinfoil hats, but by now, I know an Establishment candidate when I see one. The fact still remains that Rick Perry is a Bold Faced Liar.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

What Burns My Grits

I've been out of pocket for a few days househunting and working on moving to Middle Tennessee. So I haven't had a chance to blog, but I did notice a few things on my trip that really burned by grits. (Warning: Rant ahead..)

  • I drove past a church sign that said "God bless our students and teachers in the new school year." Let's think about this a minute: why would God bless an institution where His name is not welcome? hmm? Yes, let's hand our blessings from God over to an organization designed and run by secular humanists. I'm sure it makes Him so happy. Wait, why are young people leaving the church in droves? They're being converted into the religion of secularism, huh? Go figure.
  • I pick up the USA Today Establishment rag that they put outside the hotel room, which I happen to slip all over trying to keep the 2 yo from getting on the elevator without us, and I notice later an article about Rob Bell. For those of you who don't know, Rob Bell is a big leader in the emergent church movement, which is what they are calling the liberal wishy washy church these days. Anyhow the article said we might not have to worry about hell according to Pastor Bell. According to him, Hell is what we do to each other here on earth. Man, if this ain't the Great Apostasy, I don't know what is. Here is the breakdown on Bell's Heresy from Twin City Fellowship. Pretty warm where you're headed Rob, if you don't get on the straight and narrow.
Oh, and for good measure, I've got to throw in this Rob Bell parody, because it's sooo funny.

  • So I'm sitting in the lobby area eating my breakfast and they've got the annoying TV on. I swanee, I could hardly sit there and listen to it. Knowing what I know about the banking cartel that runs our country made Fox and Friends seem even more ridiculous than I remembered it. Plus they were talking about Rick "Merck's Man" Perry's presidential announcement.
  • The number of "conservatives" going yee-hah over Perry illustrate what a dumbed down society we have truly become. The herd mentality is seen in the conservative media every bit as much as in the liberal media. When you recognize where the paychecks are coming from for these two viewpoints, it really shouldn't surprise you. I just really wish people could shift their paradigm faster and understand the root causes of what is wrong in our country - banksters.
  • I hate red light cameras - big brother is watching and I don't like it.
Well, that is all for now, maybe I can get fired up and do some big-time posting soon.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Saving America: Step 1

I don't like to complain about things without offering solutions. So here is the first in what I hope will be a multi-part series. And now..
Step 1 - Turn off the TV

That's right, I want you to get up, go to your phone and call Comcast, Charter, AT&T Uverse, DirecTV, Dish Network, etc. and cancel your television subscription. There. Is. Nothing. On. I repeat again, there. is. nothing. on. Ok? Why are you paying $50 and up for you an your family to be indoctrinated? Or do you enjoy having "hard-on" pills and mild-altering drugs marketed to your kids? How did the Japanese hold on to their unique culture and avoid Western demoralization? They didn't let them get their foot in the door and shot anyone trying to bring in foreign ideas. While the rightness of that might be debatable, the principle works. I turned off my TV over a year ago and don't miss it one bit. In fact, if I visit a relatives home with TV on, I nearly have a panic attack because it is sooo annoying.

Some poor people out there will notice a corporation like Home Depot sponsoring gay day parades and say they ought to be boycotted. Well, that doesn't affect them at all because every Fortune 500 company advocates gay rights and environmentalism. Please send me examples of those that don't because I would love to highlight them as exceptions that prove the rule.

Not only will you be able to reclaim your time for study and family togetherness, you will be able to divest some of your hard-earned money from the cable and satellite corporations who are in league with those collectivists who seek to "communize" our country. Observe the following map wherein I illustrate what other groups and corporations the executives and board members of these TV purveyors are into.

Click here to explore
For those of you who are in the know, you won't be surprised to find the big bailout banks, government officials, and other Fortune 500 execs represented here. I forgot to put it on, but there is also a fair representation of CFR members and Citigroup execs. It doesn't take a majority of us to cut them off for them to take notice. A 5-10% drop in subscriptions will get their notice. If you haven't seen my series on the demoralization, featuring Yuri Bezmenov, you ought to check it out to see how TV is a tool of propaganda for the collectivists.

You can still get a Netflix account and control what you watch. There are no icky commercials that flash up before you can change the channel. Plus, I've got hours of educational and interesting videos right here to keep you interested and informed! This is just step one, but an important one to taking back your valuable time and keeping agents of demoralization out of your home.

Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you.  II Corinthians 6:17

Monday, August 1, 2011

Wildlands Project in Full Swing

I'm sure that you've heard of the Wildlands Project, that part of Agenda 21 that will concentrate the population in urban centers and has large swaths of land off-limits for human use. I recently saw on Drudge an article about rural America disappearing. Anyone who would have seen this map of this future America when it came out in the '90s would have said there's no way they'd be able to force people into more concentrated areas.

But you see, those in our elite oligarchy have spent large sums in socially engineering this situation. Consider the following:
  • NAFTA and GATT changed the rules of trade so that companies could outsource. Union and leftie agitation for higher wages and greenie agitation for environmental regulation causes manufacturers to relocate to slave lower wage countries with little or no environmental regulation. Righties cheer the free market. Meanwhile, little towns all over America who depended on the manufacturing to supplement their agricultural sector turn into ghost towns.
  • Overall eugenicist propaganda has taken America by storm and people, both rural and urban are not reproducing at sustainable levels. If it were not for Hispanic teens, the US birthrate would not be at replacement levels.
  • Young people from rural areas move to suburbs/cities because they just can't make it out in the country as there are no jobs to support them. Remember our factories have moved overseas and according to the righties we now no longer have to sully ourselves with manual labor. I remember Rush saying something to this effect a few years ago. What about being a farmer? Farming land in quantities needed to survive are corporate owned or federally owned or just plain expensive for someone starting out. Plus, many of our farmers are really just sharecroppers for the large ag corporations.  The path of least resistance is to move near the big town.
So you see, no force is really needed to get the lion's share of the population to move where they want them to. Understand that this is not a monolithic conspiracy or anything, as the Dept. of Agriculture is providing 100% loans to people who buy properties in the rural development zones, however you really get screwed on the closing costs and the interest rate is higher. But the overall scheme is to remove the manufacturing base from America so that we are not self-sufficient, and like the Triangular Trade of the 18th century, we're part of a "larger" economy. My economics teacher in high school tried to explain it to me, but I thought he was a lib and couldn't hear what he was saying. He showed us the movie Rollerball to get it across.

Anyway, to further disrupt the lives of rural Americans in a "death by a thousand cuts" fashion, from Adrienne and Ann Barnhardt:

The time-honored initiation into working the family farm could one day be a thing of the past, with discussions underway in Washington to require operators of farm equipment to have a commercial driver's license, or CDL.
The requirements would subject farmers to the same rules governing truck drivers, requiring them to keep logs and limit their hours.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are now at the point of civil disobedience being a MORAL OBLIGATION. You CAN NOT, you MUST NOT comply with this under ANY circumstance whatsoever. This is a means of getting control of your land and production. They want to force you off the tractor and get their own "professional drivers" in, who will then have to power to control and/or sabotage your planting and harvest. Not to mention the fact that they want you paying their union thug $80 per hour while you are sitting in the house twiddling your thumbs. These professional drivers would most likely be unionized and illegal aliens. You know I'm right.
Also note that many, many of the leftie, greenie, and even rightie groups are really fronts for these elitists. They get good chunks of their money from these foundations who at the top levels are interlocked with the bailout banks that run the Fed and by proxy, our country. It's not hippies from Berkeley doing this stuff, while they were educated with bankster grant money, they aren't the ones putting this stuff together.

Getting back to the map, notice the term SmartGrowth- Human settlements. Check your local municipality's website for terms like that. You'll find that there are over 600 ICLEI cities in America. Most of them have no idea what it is actually about. You'll also notice those areas that are labeled little to no human growth already have a very low population density. It may be they don't care if Hermit Dan is in the woods, but the rest of us are going to be stuck in the buffer zones subject to highly regulated use. Oh happy day! I'm so glad that the world is the Lord's and the fullness thereof. He's up there waiting for his cup of wrath to fill up, then these planners will be in for a surprise.

In the meantime, we have to keep on standing up for what is right.
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