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

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Inside the Sausage Machine


This report comes to you via a Paul supporter going undercover at the Washington State Clark County GOP Convention. What he reportedly witnessed was disgusting. So disgusting, that it seems about right. This story was on the Daily Paul and also Doug Wead's blog, a Paul campaign spokesman.


Tonight I went to an invitation-only meeting, whose sole purpose was to destroy Ron Paul’s effectiveness in Washington’s Clark County Convention on March 31st.
First, a little back story. It is no secret by now that in other areas of Washington, and probably around the country, the GOP establishment is scrambling to deny Ron Paul any delegate slots. In Washington there is an organized effort to create a “Unity Slate” that consists of Romney, Gingrich and Santorum delegates, and to get supporters of all three candidates to vote as a bloc for this slate of delegates. The primary force behind this scheme is the Romney campaign, and it should be no surprise that they always end up with the lion’s share of delegates listed on the slate.
I can’t spill all the details of how I ended up getting into this thing, nor all the details of the meeting itself, lest any information be easily traceable back to myself. I was there ‘undercover.’ What follows is a brief account of what I saw:
An extremely large number of people filed into a large convention room. The meeting organizers began to speak, one after the other. It was immediately made clear by the organizers that their goal was to block Ron Paul delegates from succeeding at the convention. A speaker rattled off a long list of mostly fabricated grievances against supporters of Ron Paul, calling us liars, backstabbers, and cheats. Then he went on to list the results from recent conventions in other areas of the state. In every case, Ron Paul had walked away with a vast majority of delegate spots, while the other candidates received relatively few. With each result being read, there was an audible gasp of shock and horror from the audience. With every accusation flung at the Ron Paul crowd, there were exclamations of “Oh my…” and a synchronized shaking of old gray heads around the room. Ron Paul supporters send e-mails to each other coaching on how to pretend to be republicans, or how to pretend they go to church. Ron Paul supporters unnecessarily delay conventions with parliamentary tactics for upwards of 14 hours so that supporters of other candidates will leave. Ron Paul supporters make deals and promises, then back-stab everyone. Ron Paul supporters will NOT vote for anyone except Ron Paul. The ultimate conclusion: Ron Paul supporters must be stopped, at all costs. The best way to do it? Rally behind Mitt Romney, who’s already won anyway, and don’t worry: we’ll throw some delegates at the other guys, too.
Stick a fork in the Establishment - they're done in the arena of ideas.

A Q&A session was opened up. A few people asked confused questions about the agenda. Some people spoke out against those mean old Ron Paul supporters. Some people questioned whether or not this agenda helped Gingrich or Santorum at all. Then, from the side of the room, an older gentleman who had his hand raised was called upon. To paraphrase, he said, “I’m a Ron Paul supporter, and frankly I’m disgusted by this whole thing.” The primary organizer told him to leave, and everyone cheered as he was ejected. I sat in silence as my compatriot left the room with dignity and honor. I wanted to yell at them all myself, go outside and shake the stranger’s hand, but alas, I was incognito and needed to remain that way.
The meeting proceeded. Supporters from each campaign spoke in favor of the plan. Local politicians and GOP bosses spoke in favor of the plan. Reluctantly acknowledged from the back of the room, and given a mere two minutes or so to speak, a volunteer from Rick Santorum’s national campaign spoke fervently to the crowd: This plan is NOT endorsed by the Santorum campaign, he said. Ron Paul supporters are NOT backstabbers and cheats, and he relayed his experiences in other areas of the state where Santorum and Paul delegations had successfully teamed up to block Romney, with Paul supporters fulfilling their end of the bargain to the very end. His protestations were ended swiftly as more vehemently anti-Paul GOP insiders were called upon to herd the Santorum supporters back into the fold.
Then the meeting broke into groups, organized by legislative district, where delegates for the slate were selected among the participants. Everyone voted on a limited slate. The goal was to narrow the slate and focus their votes in order to beat us on Saturday. Supporters of Romney were overwhelmingly chosen on the slate, with a fair smattering of Santorum backers, and a microscopic portion of Gingrich.
Some Santorum voters saw through the fraud. The national campaign organizer had a small circle of supporters around him, and he walked around the crowd working on them hard for as long as he could. I’m surprised he was allowed in at all – but then again, I believe the organizers would have caught major flak if not.
When it was all over I felt rather dirty. This should give you a clue as to what we’re up against: the establishment has chosen Romney, and they have set their sights on Ron Paul. They are unbelievably corrupt, skilled at manipulation, and they hold the reigns of all the important power positions. But that should also tell you something else:
WE are a FORCE to be RECKONED WITH, AND THEY ARE SCARED!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The Latest CFR List, Grouped and Sorted

Care to peruse the latest CFR list, the gold standard for being an Insider? All your bailout banks are here, plus your multinationals, media corporations the head of all the globalist NGOs, and yes your beloved military brass whom conservatives think can do no wrong, and love America with a purple passion. How disappointed they would be to learn that someone down the line has sold us totally out, and that includes people in the Pentagon.
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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Don't Tread on Me: Rise of the Republic Movie



The problem is, the government is full of traitors that won't do their duty and nullify ( a fancy world for saying that law is absurd, crazy, or won't work here) the garbage coming out of DC. Their talking points given to them by their Cartel overlords is wearing a might thin.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Total Neocon Freak Out in Progress

Today I bring you some exhibits for you to consider:

Exhibit A: Rick Santorum using foul language on a reporter. Now, you'd typically be thinking good for him, right? What did the reporter say to warrant such outrage? He merely asked Rick Santorum about his saying that Mitt Romney was the worst republican in the country and was that true? Now, granted he may have been using some hyperbole and taking what Santorum out of context, but that was not grounds for a complete freak out. You be the judge:




In my opinion, Mitt Romney is the worst republican in the country. There's just something about flip-flopping on everything, taking money from international banksters via Goldman, setting up Marxist healthcare, being the governor of Taxachusetts and all round freaky deaky robot man that would definitely qualify him as the worst republican in the universe. Crud, I could write an entire speech on that theme alone and be proud of it. I don't understand why Santorum just doesn't smile and say, no I was speaking to Gov. Romney's healthcare record.  Maybe Santorum is the stalking horse for Romney. The media has been trying hard to push the Romney-Paul meme, which is totally asinine, so why shouldn't I speculate that since Santourm didn't have hardly any committed delegates or a big time ground game, that he wouldn't be dealing with the Romney campaign. This leads me to Exhibit B:





The mainstream GOP is freaking out in Washington State as Ron Paul supporters have learned the rules of engagement and are using them against those who created for their benefit so long ago. These arcane caucus rules were never a threat to the Establishment as they always had one of their own win the "beauty contest" straw polls that happen on election days in tandem with having their people as delegates, resulting in a totally dominated process. Like playing Monopoly with your five year old little brother, when the rules threaten their vision of winning, what do they do? Throw a tantrum and knock the pieces onto the floor. In this case, they manufacture an "anyone but Paul" delegate list, which will end up voting for Romney by the time its all over with. Oh, I love the way they call Paul supporters "savages". What? We don't own asparagus tongs? Maybe we eat candy bars with our hands. Or maybe we just don't belong to their country club. Anyway, I'm proud to be a savage if an open discussion of the rule of law, sound monetary policy, and questioning where the zillions of dollars in defense has gotten off to makes me a savage. While we're on the subject of civilized conversation, let's go to to Exhibit C:

Exhibit C:

Former mommyblogger and ham, Dana Loesch uses the tried and true, you're either with us or against us propaganda techniques to ridicule and shame Ron Paul supporters. Much to her chagrin, I'm sure, us RP folks are just commenting to each other, how many of the Filene Seven Propaganda Techniques are employed here? Let's see, we've got
1. Name Calling (Ron Paul - MaCaw) check
2. Glittering Generalities (vague sweeping statements - if you don't vote for Romney, you're going to actively vote for Obama) check
3. Transfer (moving authority from something we revere to something the propagandists wants us to accept. Here she makes fun of the words "liberty and Constitution") check
4.Testimonial (Dana is her own expert - if you don't agree with her, you're an enemy of the state or something) check
5. Plain Folks  - she didn't get to this .
6. Bandwagon CHECK CHECK CHECK!!!
7. Card Stacking - there were no facts in this clip to stack the deck with.




So yes, Dana, I do have a problem with it and am writing a blog about it per your advice. You give all republicans everywhere a bad name because it is clear that you can't handle any opinions that aren't on you're  Goebbels talking point memo.


Exhibit D:

We conclude this little museum trip through the neocon wilderness with the best: Herman Cain jumps the shark with this bewildering ad just in time for Easter too!





I'll admit I was just a smidge disgusted. If we want to talk about small business, let's talk about how 90% of new jobs are created by small business. Let's talk about how a law passed in 1953 says that 23% of federal government contracts are supposed to go to small businesses. What is in fact happening is that these huge corporations are forming front companies to act as small businesses to suck up that money coming from the money machine of the Fed through government contracts. They're even debating getting rid of the Small Business Administration, calling it outdated. You see folks, ma and pa stores are a thing of the past. Everyone will shop big box conglomerates, manufacturing will be done in China, and if you're lucky, you can be a hospital janitor when our medicine gets socialized. Got it? Oh, and by the way, any small businesses left out there will be taxed into obsolescence, meanwhile the big conglomerates are running their $$$ through the Caymans, getting rebates, subsidies, and assorted goodies back so that they're tax burden will be an insignificant part of their overall expenditure. And by the way, these big corporations don't produce ANY net job growth. That's a bunch of bull that Rush and Hannity feed us to make us all cheer when our local merchants and manufacturers get put out of business.

Added humorous fact: Herman Cain is Sick of Stimulus after supporting TARP???


Where do I find these gems? Where else but the Daily Paul, your source for the interesting nuggets of info really happening in America today.

Update: a little something else to make the Trotsky-loving Neocon's head 'splode:

Full Story
I've got an even better idea: let's just put the politicians who want war so much in the ring together? Lives can be saved, and no one will really miss them that much. Politicians are much more replaceable than the loved ones of ordinary folks. I guarantee the war trash talk would stop.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Mutiny of The GOP Mothership

Paul supporters have a message for all you conservatives out there: We don't give up and we don't give in!!! Daily Pauler ZooAmerica tells you how it is:

We are not leaving. We are here to stay, and we are taking over the GOP Mothership one state at a time. It's a big piece of ship, but we're slowly and methodically taking it over - legally.
Missouri is a prime example - Ron Paul is winning the majority of state delegates, as Rick Santorum won the frothy piggy pageant. Weee! Oik, oik as the old media says...
"Go third party now!" Jump ship! Leave! Go Away!
Wha? NO. Heck no! That's like punting on first and goal. Makes no sense. I SMELL BACON! We are winning the delegate battle in Iowa, North Dakota, Minnesota, Alaska, Nevada, Missouri, Washington, and Maine. That's about 1/3rd of the states that have already voted!
The GOP really kicked themselves in the ass by moving the caucus and primary election dates up a month. They thought they could easily sail candidate captain Romney through the political straights of America earlier than originally planned without encountering a storm.
Now they've got a political storm, and a mutiny on their hands. Romney is a shipwreck that's already happened, as Ron Paul's national delegate template starts taking over the GOP Mothership.
Drat! Ron Paul supporters have cloaked themselves as actual delegates! How could you let this happen!!
 

 "If I became president, it wouldn't matter, if I'm the only one. If you want to change government you need to become government and if we all worked together we could take over the GOP in one or two election cycles." 
-Ron Paul, 2008, Rally for the Republic


So to all you Insider monied men who think you own the Republican Party as your own property---Ron Paul supporters (who by the way, differ immensely from your rah! rah! candidate x supporters in that they actually believe in a set of unwavering principles) have spent a long time studying this thing, and are now pulling out all the stops. You may have more dirty tricks up your sleeve, more mind control, and more, but there is a tireless minority out there watching and anticipating your moves. Even when we loose, we win, because in the process, more people become awake to the sham election process.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Meet Your Elites: Dick Scaife



In my last post in this series, I delved into the background of Robert Mueller, who was educated in an exclusive  prep school, and came from a family in "high" standing. While rummaging through the society page clippings of yesteryear, I found that two of the people who were in attendance of Mr. Meuller's inlaws' marriage ceremony  in 1940 were Peter and William Standish. They were just boys at the time, but one, William grew up to be a federal judge for Western Pennsylvania. In the obituary for Peter, it was noted by one Richard Scaife how much fun they had playing together as boys. I'm just connecting this to show you how these people run in circles together that are not advertised by the media. I've been meaning to do a piece on Dick Scaife for awhile, but I knew it would be quite the undertaking, as no one funds things like he does. To the left, he is their George Soros, yet the vast majority of conservatives have never heard of him. He prefers it that way.

American Exceptionalism Actually a Commie Talking Point

Where did the phrase, American Exceptionalism come from? Paul Mulshine at the NJ Ledger answers:
 Most politicians assume the term was coined by a Founding Father or some other traditional figure. In fact, it was coined by a communist. In 1927, a leader of the American Communist Party by the name of Jay Lovestone used the term "American exceptionalism" to describe the way in which our economic system differed from the systems in other countries.You’re probably wondering how a term coined by a commie could end up as an applause line for Republican presidential contenders. Well, you see, it’s linked to the way in which the American followers of Leon Trotsky gradually changed their views during the 1930s in opposition to Josef Stalin’s stance on … never mind. Suffice it to say that so-called "neo" conservatives also use terms like "benevolent global hegemon."
Jay Lovestone was also a CIA asset who had an FBI file thousands of pages long. His papers were filed at the Hoover Institution in 1975 and were sealed for 20 years. Nothing suspicious there. So sad to hear conservatives spouting the American Exceptionalism line, confusing nationalism with patriotism. They're being played by the most successful communists in history.


Oh, and by the way, the Pledge of Allegence was written by a socialist:

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Terror is of the Devil








He doesn't care whom he inflicts it upon. Satan just gets off on  having the human race in a constant state of fear. Whether it is American or Afghanis, he really doesn't care, but is working overtime to make as much mess as he can because his time is running short.

What do you want to bet that this guy was on a psychotropic? Every case of someone going on a shooting spree like this was either going on, going off, or switching mind-altering meds. The Greek word for sorcery is pharmalekia, by the way. In fact, if you listen closely to the ads for these mood drugs, it will list (about as fast as the Micro Machine man can talk) homicidal idealization as a side effect. Combine that with a fifth tour of duty to the middle of nowhere, PSTD, and who knows what all and you have a disaster. Laugh it up, Devil, your spot in the Pit awaits you.


His life has been  displayed like an open book. However those slain also had lives, albeit not as interesting to the American public. But here are their names via Commondreams:

             

Mohamed Dawood son of  Abdullah
Khudaydad son of Mohamed Juma
Nazar Mohamed
Payendo
Robeena
Shatarina daughter of Sultan Mohamed
Zahra daughter of Abdul Hamid
Nazia daughter of Dost Mohamed
Masooma daughter of Mohamed Wazir
Farida daughter of Mohamed Wazir
Palwasha daughter of Mohamed Wazir
Nabia daughter of Mohamed Wazir
Esmatullah daughter of Mohamed Wazir
Faizullah son of Mohamed Wazir
Essa Mohamed son of Mohamed Hussain
Akhtar Mohamed son of Murrad Ali






16 There are six things which the LORD hates,
Yes, seven which are an abomination to Him:
17 Haughty eyes, a lying tongue,
And hands that shed innocent blood,
18 A heart that devises wicked plans,
Feet that run rapidly to evil,
19 A false witness who utters lies,
And one who spreads strife among brothers




Mohamed Wazir lost six kids. Odds are, the guy can't read, can't find America on a map, and is just living the life of a mountaineering Afghani doing his thing. Richard Maybury has a saying, you know you're on the wrong side of a war when you're on someone else's land. That's what we said back during the Revolutionary War, and what we Southerners said back during the Civil War. When you're on someone else land, every able bodied man becomes a soldier. When one soldier was asked in Vietnam how to win it, he replied, "kill everyone over the age of five". That's what it comes to when you've got a foreign army vs. a civilian population. Newsflash: no civilian population tolerates a foreign army indefinitely.

Let's talk about Switzerland, a land so neutral that all the world's money winds up in its borders. How do they do it? A well regulated militia, just like the ol' Constitution says that we're supposed to have. You see, all the men are required to have a gun and practice routinely with it. They are trained to go guerrilla and snipe the fool out of the enemy, starting with the highest ranking officers they spot, in the event of an invasion. Two world wars, and they were left alone with this policy. There is something empowering about knowing that you're not at the mercy of some bureaucracy to defend your family, but it is literally in your own hands.

Getting back to our own War on the emotion of Terror, FBI informant Craig Monteilh calls the hunt for domestic Muslim terrorists bs. He was paid to infiltrate the Muslim community in Orange Co. CA and what happened next was slightly amusing (via Guardian):

Such actions have led Muslim civil rights groups to wonder if their communities are being unfairly targeted in a spying game that is rigged against them. Monteilh says that is exactly what happens. "The way the FBI conducts their operations, It is all about entrapment … I know the game, I know the dynamics of it. It's such a joke, a real joke. There is no real hunt. It's fixed," he said. 
But Monteilh has regrets now about his involvement in a scheme called Operation Flex. Sitting in the kitchen of his modest home in Irvine, near Los Angeles, Monteilh said the FBI should publicly apologise for his fruitless quest to root out Islamic radicals in Orange County, though he does not hold out much hope that will happen. "They don't have the humility to admit a mistake," he said.
Monteilh's story sounds like something out of a pulp thriller. Under the supervision of two FBI agents the muscle-bound fitness instructor created a fictitious French-Syrian altar ego, called Farouk Aziz. In this disguise in 2006 Monteilh started hanging around mosques in Orange County – the long stretch of suburbia south of LA – and pretended to convert to Islam.
He was tasked with befriending Muslims and blanket recording their conversations. All this information was then fed back to the FBI who told Monteilh to act like a radical himself to lure out Islamist sympathizers.
Yet, far from succeeding, Monteilh eventually so unnerved Orange County's Muslim community that that they got a restraining order against him. In an ironic twist, they also reported Monteilh to the FBI: unaware he was in fact working undercover for the agency.
In Libya, the blacks were lined up and shot with full US backing by the Muslim groups. We're supposed to be afraid of Muslims while the US funds Muslims to kill Christians. Only the Devil is crazy enough to come up with a plan like this.



Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

TSA and Toddler Terror - Or Why I'm a Ron Paul Supporter

At the Chicago O'Hare Airport


I'll just note that NO OTHER presidential candidate has spoken out on the TSA. While Ron Paul has spoken against it time and again because he realizes that this is how it starts. Ignore him at your peril.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Mossad and CIA Agree on Iran

It doesn't have a nuclear weapon. According to Haaretz, they haven't decided to build a nuclear weapon. Something here doesn't add up, as our dear leaders are trying to sell us a different set of goods. As always, I tend to believe intelligence officers in the field over politicians any day. Heck, I would believe anything that spoke, including lying pixies over politicians. Especially since I know that most of you politicians are owned by special interests aka defense and banking gangsters who stand to make a ton of money off each new war. With each new war, they siphon more actual wealth from taxpayers, consolidate institutions, and make us all less free. But anyway, here's the crux of it:

Israel’s intelligence services agree with American intelligence assessments that there is not enough proof to determine whether Iran is building a nuclear bomb, according to a report published Sunday in the New York Times. 

Persian Mountaineers of yore
According to the New York Times, the extent of the evidence the spy agencies have collected is unclear since most of their findings are classified. However, intelligence officials say they have been throwing everything they have at the Iranian program.
The United States and Israel share intelligence on Iran, American officials said. For its spying efforts, Israel relies in part on an Iranian exile group that is labeled a terrorist organization by the United States, the Mujahedeen Khalq, or M.E.K., which is based in Iraq, says the report.
Furthermore, the report states that the Israelis have also developed close ties in the region of Kurdistan in northern Iraq, and they are believed to use Kurdish agents who can move back and forth across the border into Iran.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Sunday Linking

Put on your goin' to meetin' hat, cause I'm climbing out of the blog hermit cave, where I'm working on a really, really big and interesting post that will knock your socks off!


At Get Along Home, they're throwing books around.

Mrs. Rooster has most recently been talking about the Komen thing, and has a cute blog.

Adrienne conducts a high brow discussion on civility and politics.

Always on Watch gives us the right music to properly celebrate St. Patrick's Day. A refreshing break from
politics.

Quite Rightly at Bread Upon the Waters points out the scary mistrust between our fighting soldiers and Defense Department Head Leon Panetta.

Listen to this Sunday School lesson from Johnny Cash - pertinent to the prophetic Babylon we're seeing today:


Bunkerville tells us that the US and UK have agreed to release the emergency oil reserves

Carol has some news on the Kentucky Derby.

At Revolution Free Press, the official publication of Combat Veterans for Ron Paul, they're getting into the nitty gritty of the delegate fraud that occurred in Athens, GA.

At Common Cents, we have the latest on Pool-megeddon where the ADA has run wild. In the "new economy" I suppose fun things like swimming pools are to be a thing of the past.

At Conservative Pup, we have an Iranian pastor who is facing death for the Lord. The darkness doesn't like the light and "comprehendeth it not". Under my "are you going to heaven?" spot is a Prisoner Link button that will take you to the Voice of the Martyrs site where you can view more like this brave pastor along with their addresses should you wish to write them a note.

At Conservatives on Fire, we're talking about Freedom! what is it and how is it applied.

The Country Thinker says it's time to abandon the SS Republican..

Kid, at Diary of a Rightwing Pussycat, takes on the big issues -  he's found a cool toy that your kids will love, a lesson in scale.

Can you say Senator Meacham? Trestin went to his local Utah Caucus and came out running for State Senate. How to do you like that? Trestin 2012!!




Flyover Pilgrim reminds you of the miraculous.

Brian at his new and improved Frankenstein Government, has a succinct commentary on Bank of America.

Freedom by the Way talks about the audacity of one who just won the lottery, but does not give up their food stamps.

Larry Rubinoff at GoldmanSachs666, your source of all things Goldman, has his reaction to the infamous resignation letter.

At  iOwntheWorld, there is the coolest picture of a brick arch I've ever seen!

Jon Christian Rhyter has his own unique analysis of the Obama Impeachment Proceedings.

Left Coast Rebel, a site I also post upon, has some Irish history for you this weekend.

Fred Reed at Lew Rockwell tells how one's conscience is seared by those who manipulate. One could translate his experiences in the military to the business world as well. Amusing as always.

Maggie gives us the complete analysis of the restriction of free speech and protest around federal buildings..

The Mind Numbed Robot has a graphic that would solve so many problems, too bad the Empire and not the Rebellion is in charge.

Cheryl at My Tea Party Chronicle calls out RINOs and the commie appeasers within in the Republican Party. She ought to really enjoy what I'm working on this next week that is sure to connect some dots.

At Nonsensible Shoes, discussion of the lottery is hashed out.



Larry, at Political Realities informs us that the results of the Missouri Caucus will not be announced. Nothing suspicious there, just move along, everything is under control.

At Reaganite Republican, your source for all things Reagan, is featuring Irish Reagan.

Angela at Red State Eclectic has a great infographic that tells you how to react to being targeted for a drone assassination.

Brian at Six Meat Buffet has the run-down on Santorum the Sanctimonius' war on porn. Quite funny, imo.

Eddie at Something You Might Like reminds us that the US has a whole lot of debt.

Jack Hunter, the Southern Avenger and official blogger of the Ron Paul campaign, asks the question, does Rush want to cut and run in Afghanistan. Someone better warn him about the dreaded "isolationist" cootie bugs.

The Classic Liberal points out the craziness of ignorance of the Fed. Most of your conservatives by now know about it, but it is still not the #1 issue because their "mind-minders" don't harp on it all day. I'll keep saying it over and over: if you don't understand the mechanisms at work here, you're spitting against the wind.



The Other McCain has the conspiracy theory of the Left that Sarah Palin has a secret plan to capture the White House in 2012 by a brokered convention.

The Right Way has more Irish fun, with pipes and everything.

Terry at Thought and Freedom has a piece on internet censorship.

At The Tennessee Sons of Liberty, they're all about Abolishing the TSA.

Vox Day  beclowns Victor Davis Hanson, the idiot who said that Sherman burned and pillaged the South out of his righteous indignation of the oppression of blacks.

TL Davis at Washington Rebel has some bold words about injustice, oppression, and nullification.

Silverfiddle at Western Hero hosts a discussion on when civilizations collide - liberal government and Sharia Law. Not a pretty sight.













Saturday, March 17, 2012

Let's Visit the House of Lords

for an interesting speech by Lord James of Blackheath. Lord James has much experience in the banking industry, and his analysis is worth listening to. Here calls attention to massive (as in 15 TRILLION dollars) of fraud amongst nations.




Listen up for mention of the NY Federal Reserve Bank (the same one that William Boyce Thompson, financier of the Bolshevik Revolution headed up) Also listen for the names of all your favorite bailout banks. This is about missing money, missing money and the audit of the Fed (thank you Ron Paul!!!) that shows that someone somewhere ain't telling the truth.

He gave this speech in the middle of February, and there are rumors on the net that he was killed, but I can't find any substantiation of those rumors.

Update: After thinking it odd I'd never heard the name of the man who supposedly had all this money owed to him, I find this piece from the Daily Caller, saying that Lord James fell for a scam. However, he does have an extensive background in banking and when a British Lord stands up and makes accusations like this against officials in the US Government, I think it's news.

h/t The Daily Paul

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Schooled to be Stupid


Saw this gem at the Daily Paul, and just had to share it.

Check out Underground History and Deliberate Dumbing Down linked to your left for the complete documentation on how our schools were hijacked by humanist/socialists to transform our country into the socialist paradise it is today.



Check out the Schools Suck Project here.

War is the Health of the State: Part 1




Let's "essay blog" a classic together! This is the essay War is the Health of the State by Randolph Bourne - let's see how this relates to us today. This post is inspired by this great post at Southern Bread which has a great talk by Thomas DiLorenzo.




First part of an essay entitled "The State," which was left unfinished at Bourne's untimely death in 1918- (oh, we'll definitely need to check that out, won't we?)

To most Americans of the classes which consider themselves significant the war [World War I] brought a sense of the sanctity of the State which, if they had had time to think about it, would have seemed a sudden and surprising alteration in their habits of thought. In times of peace, we usually ignore the State in favour of partisan political controversies, or personal struggles for office, or the pursuit of party policies. It is the Government rather than the State with which the politically minded are concerned. The State is reduced to a shadowy emblem which comes to consciousness only on occasions of patriotic holiday.

Impeachment Proceeding Finally Entered

It's about time somebody did something!! We'd really need a list of grievances for everything that Fed Cartel employee Barry Soerto has done to us, but launching wars unilaterally is as good as anything else I reckon.

Thanks to TheySay/We Say for the tip.

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c112:H.+Con.+Res.+107:




H.CON.RES.107 -- Expressing the sense of Congress that the use of offensive military force by a President without prior and clear authorization of an Act of Congress constitutes an impeachable high... (Introduced in House - IH)


HCON 107 IH

112th CONGRESS


2d Session


H. CON. RES. 107

Expressing the sense of Congress that the use of offensive military force by a President without prior and clear authorization of an Act of Congress constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under article II, section 4 of the Constitution.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

March 7, 2012

Mr. JONES submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary


CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Expressing the sense of Congress that the use of offensive military force by a President without prior and clear authorization of an Act of Congress constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under article II, section 4 of the Constitution.
Whereas the cornerstone of the Republic is honoring Congress's exclusive power to declare war under article I, section 8, clause 11 of the Constitution: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That it is the sense of Congress that, except in response to an actual or imminent attack against the territory of the United States, the use of offensive military force by a President without prior and clear authorization of an Act of Congress violates Congress's exclusive power to declare war under article I, section 8, clause 11 of the Constitution and therefore constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under article II, section 4 of the Constitution.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

GOP Delegate Sham in Atlanta

This comes to me from a reader who was an eyewitness to some shenanigans in Fulton Co (Atlanta) GA:

I'm disgusted.
What happened Saturday was a SHAM from the get-go
First they gave out NEW rules that morning, while making a big deal touting the procedure was to be fair for all. Then they handed out forms to fill in for delegate nominations ( not the norm.)  It was already known that the all the delegate & alternate slots were filled with the GOP faithfuls. When the committee came out, they had replaced very few names... adding for example, Ralph Reed (yes, the Ralph Reed... the establishment.. Shawn Hannity was there too), and replacing a husband with his wife, etc. That kind of nonsense.  In our district, not even 1 of the 35 applications was substituted in the 24 slots.
"Nominating committees are usually a fraud. The leaders hand pick who they want. The people put on a nominating committee are followers of the group leaders. The only choice is to "vote" for the ones the leaders pick. Then they pretend it was an "election". This method is used by corrupt political organizations on a regular basis. They get to force who they want in a position while pretending to be fair
They then had us vote by Congressional districts, but dictated that the paper nominations go through the State House District chairs; those folks then spread misinformation and lies about who was "allowed" to challenge whom. My chair did not sit in the designated area, nor did she make herself available to hand in the paper nominations. You had to hunt her down.  1 girl told me she over heard her say, " I can't believe 35 nominations!!"  Someone then asked her, "are they actually here?"  She had to reply yes. Another woman, who I had met earlier at the precinct meeting & is just waking up... told me ,"There really are Death counseling in Obamacare!" Yes, there are I told her. Anyway, she said she ask our House Chair 4 times about how she could fill out the form to nominated herself to replace one already cemented on the slate & the woman told her she couldn't.  Dusgusting!.. I wish I had heard her say that.
They also used the new congressional district maps (which do not yet appear on our voter registration records) to sow confusion and disqualify challenges.
They closed nominations via this unknown "paper submission rule" before the body of the convention had adopted that rule, which the convention chairman admitted when Nathan questioned him.  See the video of the GOP County Chair admitting it!



http://www.examiner.com/buzz-in-atlanta/fulton-county-gop-convention-chairman-admits-procedural-irregularity
In the end, there were not enough opposition present to overturn anything the way they rigged it.  If they hadn't have changed the rules at the last minute we would have gotten some delegates.  It was about 2/3 to 1/3.  The way they cheated & set it up the majority always eventually wins under Robert's Rules of Order.  I guess mob-rule. 
Regardless, what they did was unethical. The die was cast before anyone arrived. Forked tongue.. "fairness" out of the mouth & working feverishly behind our backs to kick us out the door.  Give us your $40 and go away.  We are IN CHARGE.

Isn't that special? The GA GOP charges you $40 just to change the rules of the game when you get there. And if you complain, why you must be some sort of leftist, because every good conservative does what Sean Hannity and Co. tell them is right, right?

Last minute rule changes is a sign of desperation, it is a symptom that the wheels are coming off and people are starting to notice a real bumpy ride. Check out this great post by Ted at the Country Thinker calling for all patriotic Americans to bail out on the GOP. I'm game, are you?

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Meet Your Elites: Robert Mueller

Generally when I do a post like this, it's pretty easy. I just go to Muckety or nndb, expand their node and see what pies they have their thumbs into. Not so with Robert Mueller, like the Washington Times article says about him, he's kept a very low profile.

Robert MuellerI thought he'd be a good candidate for Elite status, since he seems to not know whether or not we proles deserve due process or not. Let's start with young Bob Mueller, like every American boy he goes to school at one of the most Elite prep schools in the world. I've written here about how Elite prep schools are nothing like the schools you commoners go to. In fact, Mueller went to St. Paul Academy the same time John Kerry did, a small town our Elite friends live in, eh? Like his classmate Kerry, he went to serve in Nam and then went to law school at UVA.

Now this is where it gets ambiguous. He worked his way up through the ranks to being a Justice Department official. He worked in the area of white collar crime. Not sure who for.. Then according the Washington Post, the flagship of Operation Mockingbird we have this:


From 1993 to 1995, Mueller worked for the Washington D.C. office of Hale & Dorr. Then he called up Eric Holder, who was then the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, and told Holder he wanted to be a homicide prosecutor in Holder's office. "He made it clear he didn't want to be a supervisor," Holder said. "He said he liked to try cases and that he cared about the city and this would enable him to serve both interests."
Eventually, Mueller became chief of that office's homicide section, and when Holder was promoted to deputy attorney general under Janet Reno, he urged Clinton to make Mueller U.S. attorney for San Francisco. Mueller nabbed the post and served as U.S. attorney there from 1998 to 2001.
Small world, isn't it? The Post goes on to say that Mueller has buddies on both sides of the aisle. Well, when when working for one big monopolistic cartel, that's pretty easy isn't it? According to the Post, he's big buds with Patrick Leahy and Barbara Boxer. His former coworker, John Pistole now spends his time giving us bs about how the TSA is keeping us safe.

 According to this from the New York Times, he was totally down with Ruby Ridge:
His strong support for law enforcement agents has occasionally led Mr. Mueller to express hostility to their critics. Associates recall his anger at members of Congress and others for criticism of the F.B.I.'s 1992 siege of a separatist family at Ruby Ridge in Idaho, where a woman, her 14-year-old son and a deputy United States marshal were killed. By then, Mr. Mueller headed the criminal division at the Justice Department. 
Recall that she was killed holding a baby for the crime of what? Not conforming while holding fast to the second amendment. So what is the deal with this guy? What did his parents do to be able to afford to send him to St. Pauls? How does he rocket up the ladder like he did? Why did he ask Eric Holder to work on homicide in Washington DC? His mother came from good ol' robber baron stock, her grandfather having owned the Lackawanna Railroad. His dad worked at DuPont, but I have not been able to determine how high up he was in the organization. One article said that leaving the big law firm for working on the DC homicide desk was no problem as his wife, Ann Standish had lots of cash from her trust funds. So who is this woman, and how does she come by buckets of trust fundage?

She attended Miss Porter's boarding school and went on to Sarah Lawrence College. Here is an article on her debutante ball.  Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anderson Standish, her grandmother was Mrs. D. Matteson Cabell, her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Sage Wightman Jr. Ok, I find in the 1940 announcement for Mrs. Mueller's own parents wedding, a listing of the people who would be there, including a boy named William Lloyd Standish IV. Is this the same boy who grew up to become the Western PA US Federal Judge and is from the same little hamlet all these other Standishes are from. I'm not trying to be nosy, but I'd like to know where the money comes from that keeps these Elites afloat. What forces might be influencing/pressuring them other than fear of God and the Constitution. I think we can all safely guess that there is a whole lot of something amiss here. (I might have to get out a pen and paper to unravel where the Standish/Cabells get enough money for trust funds, etc. - now I'm interested..)

According to the New York Times, his hobbies are tennis and squash. Need I say more on his Elite status?

So for those of you wondering why people like me care about the details of a perfect strangers life, let me tell you the motivation behind the Meet the Elite series. It's to expose the fact that those running our country are not "We the People", but "We the Clique" holding most of the money. These people are into all sorts of bad business, but most of all they delude themselves into thinking that they are the "benevolent upper crust" as dreamed of by Plato. Ergo the term, plutocracy, which is what we've got here.


Monday, March 12, 2012

Time to Revisit the Subversion Chart

A long while back, in blog time, I book blogged Love Letter to America by Yuri Bezmenov. Watching our farce of media and election rigging, I thought it would be interesting to run through it real quick to see how much I've learned and how my viewpoints may have changed.

The Demoralization process, which I would date from the year 1910, the founding of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, whose HQ is across from the UN in NYC. Why? Because in their founding minutes, they plotted on how to subvert our republic.

Take a look of the three areas of Destablization, and you could write in what has happened in the area of Ideas, Structure, and Life.



This leads us to where we are at now: Destabilization. We are seeing a power struggle on both the left and the right. We see a destruction of our economy by the debasement of our currency. Yuri says this leads to dependency on Big Brother. Food stamps anyone?? The food stamp program is run by big bank JP Morgan Chase, by the way, not the government, in case you didn't know who's running this country. We also see a lot of grass-roots uprising, which can be a double edged sword. If their not focused the right way, their anger can easily be manipulated, giving us President Obama. While Ron Paul gets flack for his non-interventionism, with people wrongfully calling him an isolationist - we are actually isolating ourselves more than we realize with the current policiy.  Countries not inundated with our Saudi-owned FoxNews have a clearer history of USG involvement in propping up dictators and such, and look upon our foreign policy with disdain. I'm not downing America here, but the special interests running our overseas show. Again, refer to the founding minutes of the Carnegie Endowment as reported in the Reece Committee investigation to proof to yourself that our foreign policy is not in the interest of the American citizen, but rather banksters looking to take over the world by any means necessary. Monetary control is the less messy way. Notice that Destabilization takes from 2 to 5 years, depending on the circumstances. Given our Constitution, it might take the USA a little bit longer than that, but know that this is the pattern the Soviets followed to take down the Eastern Bloc countries and anywhere else they tried to convert an open society to a closed one.

Also take note that the Soviet Union and the Bolshevik Revolution was funded and propped up by American banking interests, specifically Morgan interests. We've documented that together as we painstakingly went through the facts in Dr. Sutton's meticulous work, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution. So knowing that the big banks were propping up the Soviet Union, which Dr. Sutton catalogues in his work, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development from 1945 to 1965, how the Soviet Union was kept afloat by big Western companies. The training Bezmenov received was probably first developed by the banksters for the purpose of political subjugation. The point here, is that we're dealing with the same monster and its MO.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Mitt Doesn't Have the Delegates - Yet

The one great thing about this four man race is that it's busting up the Establishment's Mittmentum, much to the chagrin of one Barbara Bush. You've got this from Real Clear Politics, where they try to project the delegate count through June:

So what’s the bottom line here? Romney ends up with 1,071 delegates, still short of the nomination.  Now, there are a few important caveats.  First, there are 114 unpledged RNC delegates, who can vote for anyone.  Second, there are another 86 delegates in states that have already voted that have yet to be allocated.  Romney will probably get somewhere between a third and half of these delegates.
So a brokered convention is still a long shot, but (1) note how long it takes Romney to get into range; and (2) recall that we’ve perhaps been too generous with Romney in our delegate allocations in New York, Texas and California, especially after the brutal March he is likely about to have.
Ok, what's really clear to me is that most of us are totally ignorant of all this delegate business. We have no clue  how all this works, they don't teach it in Civics. They didn't teach it back when they really did have Civics class. Why? Because they don't want you to understand how the game is really played. The masses go "vote" for their man, which has never bothered the Elite because their man has always been given the 1st class "Edward Bernays" PR that would make the masses flock to them. Thus, they rarely have had to employ the Party shenanigans of "rule changes" and delegate manipulation. Lest you think that the Elite are not aware of the delegate process, recall that Catherine Bliesh was a Ron Paul delegate in 2007 from Missouri and got put on a terrorist watch list for it. They'll always tell you of what they're afraid of. But here's the kicker, those 114 unpledged delegates are most likely Ron Paul people, as the libertarian brand of conservatives have been studying this Gordian Knot for a few years now and have been working tirelessly to take back the system.

From the Washington Times:

Ron Paul’s Georgia supporters succeeded in taking over a delegate-selection convention in a populous county on Saturday and nearly succeeded in another densely populated urban-suburban county.
The Texas congressman’s forces took over the DeKalb County delegate-selection convention in eastern metropolitan Atlanta. The mostly young, well-educated and well off Paul partisans nearly did so in Cobb County in northern metropolitan Atlanta, Republican convention participants in the state told The Washington Times.
Larry McDonald would be proud!

Newt is not to be trusted -Larry McDonald,
Patriot and Martyr for Liberty
In 1981 this writer asked Georgia Congressman Larry McDonald for an evaluation of the rising Republican star from his neighboring 6th District. His reply was surprising at the time. Newt Gingrich, he said, was a devious and ambitious politician masquerading as a conservative and not one to be trusted. Dr. McDonald said, to obstruct and to undermine support of conservative members of Congress for some of McDonald's legislative efforts. This was particularly disturbing since Rep. McDonald was the most conservative member of Congress by virtually all rating systems and would have been a natural ally of Gingrich if Gingrich were truly conservative.  -Devvy Kidd


Saturday, March 10, 2012

Politics and the Generation Gap

by The republican Mother

As someone born in the tail end of Gen X, I can't help but notice a few things as we talk current events. For one thing, my level of cynicism is much, much higher than those boomers who follow politics. Why is this? Well, besides having a pathological liar in my family, it would probably have to do with the common Millennial experience. Allow me to illustrate:

Friday, March 9, 2012

I Won't Light the Match

Found this on the DP, a great rebuttal from a liberty-loving guy on the condition of the GOP:

The Dinosaur Media (90% of whom vote for Democrats) has been in the tank for Romneycare for the past four years. Why? Because they know he will go down on flames against Obama.Why do you think the Dinosaur Media spent all last summer covering the Soros-funded Occupy Wall Street whine-in 24/7? They were laying the groundwork for the Obama Administration (oops, I mean campaign) to run against Romneycare as the out-of-touch, blue-blood Wall Street stereotypical GOP patrician bankster that he is.
Ron Paul is the only true alternative to Obama. He can't be bought. His top 4 sources of campaign donations are members of the US Air Force, US Army, US Navy and US Coast Guard. He's the only Veteran running. The only one who will cut spending. The only one with a real plan to balance the budget in 3 years. The only one who has read the Constitution. The only one who has a real plan to create jobs. The only one who will restore the 4th and 10th Amendments. The only one who will repeal Obamacare. The only one who is more interesting in securing OUR borders than the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan or France and Germany (!!).

Look, the status-quo GOP Establishment is determined to nominate Romneycare. Why, I don't know. I'll never vote for him. He's utterly unelectable. There have been massive "irregularities" in Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, Washington, and Alaska, allowing the GOP vote-counters to magically find piles of votes for Romneycare at the last moment. It has been the most corrupt election season in my lifetime (and that's saying something.)
The GOP is bent on self-immolation. I can't stop the GOP from drenching itself with gasoline by fixing elections for Romneycare, but I don't have to throw the lit match by voting for him. My right to vote was bought with blood and treasure, by generations of Patriots who died to give me what once was the greatest country on the face of the Earth. I won't dishonor their memory by throwing away my vote on yet another liberal, big-government Republican In Name Only.
Only Ron Paul has earned my vote. And he's the only man who's going to get it.

For those who think that Santorum won TN, know that the man did not have a single committed delegate in this state. All one had to do to be a delegate was get 100 signatures from registered voters and turn it in. I'm guessing the Santorum campaign is in talks with Gingrich and Perry delegates to turn them over. Like all things MSM, the true delegate count is a whole other ball of wax.

Going back to the "can't be bought" aspect of Dr. Paul's character. Here is the famous Jack Abramoff saying exactly that, noting that Dr. Paul could never be bought by lobbyists in all his time in Washington -
take note because the media will not share this with you:

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