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

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Election 2012: The Clone Wars

Buckle up, you rebel scum, and let's take a look at what we've got here. This is my first post in the post-CIPSA world, so I thought I'd make it interesting.

What's the situation on the political ground?

He Locked the Gates

Been working on something semi-big, but people won't leave me alone. I'm sure ya'll can relate Anyhow, it's Sunday and time to remember Who is really in charge here on planet Earth:

Thursday, April 26, 2012

You Will Be Drugged into Submssion

by golly! If you don't go along to get along with the New Tyranny, check this out from the Atlantic:

A new paper to be published in Ethics, Policy &; Environment proposes a series of biomedical modifications that could help humans, themselves, consume less.
Some of the proposed modifications are simple and noninvasive. For instance, many people wish to give up meat for ecological reasons, but lack the willpower to do so on their own. The paper suggests that such individuals could take a pill that would trigger mild nausea upon the ingestion of meat, which would then lead to a lasting aversion to meat-eating. Other techniques are bound to be more controversial. For instance, the paper suggests that parents could make use of genetic engineering or hormone therapy in order to birth smaller, less resource-intensive children.
The lead author of the paper, S. Matthew Liao, is a professor of philosophy and bioethics at New York University. 

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Liberty University Kerfuffle

Wherein, the Romney campaign practices EPIC FAIL in trying to gain evangelical votes. Here is the sum of it from Doug Wead, who seems to be taking the role of reporter regarding the Ron Paul campaign due to the media blackout:

The John McCain, eh sorry, the Mitt Romney campaign replayed a scene from past failed Republican candidates yesterday.  They announced in the morning that Governor Romney would be the commencement speaker at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.  The school founded, by Jerry Falwell, is touted as the largest Christian University in the world.  And in the afternoon they announced that openly gay, Richard Grenell, would be Romney’s new national security and foreign policy spokesman.
Students at Liberty were in an uproar.  Not over Grenell, but over the University choosing Romney instead of their beloved Ron Paul.  The firestorm began on the University’s own website, where the thread hit 700 comments in a couple of hours.  The discussion was promptly censored and then shut down proving that the University is not very aptly named.  But the discussion moved onto Facebook where it continues to spread.
For reference, Ron Paul beat Romney in the Liberty U precinct 60-40.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Why Privitization Can be a Bad Idea

We hear a lot of conservatives saying "privatize" it, which I agree with on one level. But you have to be very careful, because if you tie the money machine of government to a corporation with the police power of the state, you'll get some mighty big corruption. That's what some Pennsylvania teens found out the hard way:

From Ed Brayton at Free Thought Blog:

In a case I’ve mentioned before, two judges from Pennsylvania have pleaded guilty to receiving kickbacks from a private prison company in exchange for sentencing kids to juvenile facilities owned by the company.
Judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan of the Court of Common Pleas in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, plead guilty in open court that they sentenced children to juvenile detention because they were paid off to do it by the PA Childcare and a sister company, Western PA Childcare corporation that ran the private facilities.
Of course, a government operating with sound money doesn't willy nilly get to spread it around, causing a more keener eye to be cast on expenditures. But when a government has money like confetti flying around, who'd notice a few missing kids in exchange for some FRNS?

Friday, April 20, 2012

Eww, No One Wants Mitt Cooties

According to this report, in order to meet and have your picture taken with Willard in a recent RNC Arizona meeting, you had to sign a loyalty pledge first. Get this, you could check a box, depending on your public support of Mitt or if you want to keep it on the down-low. Yeah, this guy is a dead ringer to beat Obama.  Not all of the super-delegates drank the Kool-Aid:

All three members of Iowa's conservative RNC delegation – party chairman A.J. Spiker and committee members Steve Scheffler and Kim Lehman – attempted to enter the reception but were rebuffed after refusing to sign the delegate pledge.
The dispute became heated in the hallway outside, with the Iowans demanding to know why they had to sign a form to get their picture taken with the former Massachusetts governor.
Several of Romney's deputies on the committee assured the trio that they could keep their support a secret by checking the appropriate box, but they refused to do so.
"They don't trust us," a frustrated Scheffler said after the argument. "I have said I will support the nominee when we have a nominee, no ifs, ands or buts."
Why don't people like me?

And then you've got this from Alabama, where they take vote rigging to a whole other level:
Regardless, they could never account for the Alabama finding, which was the collapse of 300%. That’s right, there were three times the number of votes for Paul delegates than for the candidate himself. Can anyone imagine it? Tens of thousands of Ron Paul voters went in and voted only for the delegates, failing or even refusing to vote for their person they really supported, Dr. Paul. There is no way this could happen. As the data was thoroughly analyzed the real cause became apparent. This was direct and malicious manipulation of the vote count. In other words, votes were electronically stolen from Dr. Paul.
Where did these votes go? Incredibly, they went to two other candidates, notably Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney. This is proven by the analysis, as posted in great detail on Both these candidates had up to an 8% increase in votes versus delegates. Paul went down, and the vote had to go somewhere, so into the coffers of these candidates. 
And apparently in Alaska, Establishment GOP types are melting the ice with anger, according to Doug Wead:

Alaska is an example where the Romney hardliners pressed their advantage.  Last Monday, GOP state party chairman, Randy Reudrich called a state committee meeting and announced that delegate fees would be accepted no later than 48 hours “from this date” setting a deadline for Wednesday, April 18.  Then suddenly, the next day, the state party changed its mind, saying that delegate fees were required by 6:00 p.m. that very evening.
First Reudrich’s GOP state party told delegates they could pay their $250 registration fee with personal check or by credit card online.  Then they promptly pulled the online link.  Delegates were caught off guard again when the Reudrich’s Rules changed.   Personal checks were no longer acceptable.   One was denied registration by a Party official who declared that even a money order was unacceptable.
The Alaska GOP told individual Ron Paul, prolife, or non-Romney supporters that they were prohibited from sponsoring the fee for surrogate delegates, and prohibited from covering any expenses for airfare or accommodations for anyone else.  Of course, this was not true.  One Ron Paul supporter who quietly, but firmly, pointed out the legality of the process, and listed Romney delegates whose expenses were paid by friends, was then told, “Yes, but they filed a state GOP waiver form.” He was then told that the party was out of forms.  “Sorry.”

Doug also has this great eyewitness tidbit just in from Wyoming:

They had Josh Romney give a speech, who held up a flyer with a Romney slate printed on it, and told everyone there that these were great Americans that his father had handpicked to be his delegates and they proceeded to put the flyers on every table in the convention. With the insinuation obviously being, that you are not a good American if you aren’t willing to vote for that slate.
Not only did those 3 super delegates pass through fraudulent ballots, but the rumor was spread that “Ron Paul supporters filled out multiple ballots and cheated”. So I got up on the stage in front of all 400+ people and announced that the extra ballots came from the Executive Committee. There is of course a media blackout on all of this; it’s unbelievable.
And we [Ron Paul supporters] did take over the Nominating Committee on Friday. We had 16 out of 44 of the votes in the committee but we managed to take 9 out of the 14 preferred delegate positions on the ballot. I actually saw/heard one guy telling that to Senator Enzi and his wife Diana. ‘The Ron Paul people took over the Nominations Committee’ and Diana put her hand over her mouth and gasped, ‘OH NO!’ You would think someone just told her we killed her dog
There was a definite sick feeling at the convention. I didn’t see a rally behind Romney at all. It took all the Senators, the Governor and even the former VP of the U.S. (Dick Cheney) getting on stage and telling them to suck it up and vote for Romney; but the delegates did not vote Romney with excitement. They did it because they were told that there was no other choice that ‘could win.’” 

Just adding a little real reporting to the scene, because you ain't going to be seeing any of this on CNN. The revolution will not be televised, looks like its going to be blogged instead.

Predictions in Due Time

Who's ignorant on foreign policy again? Oh yes, that was me, not Ron Paul.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

CISPA - Big Brother's Watching, etc.

They won't quit and neither will we!

Found this via Daily Paul and courtesy of Stop Cyber Spying on this month's attempt to weasel their way into our computers. Notice it amends the National Security Act of 1947 - the nice little act the bankster used to make everything they do "national security" and "top secret classified" so the proles don't figure their government's been 'jacked.

Check out the Orwellian language bending that is going on to take our freedoms away, just like in 1984, and just like in the Garden of Eden. Oh, and the list of co-sponsors are almost all Republicans, 100 of them. They are all well paid by the big Tech, Telecom, and Entertainment industries. Citing cyber-threats from China just insults my intelligence. Americans, such as myself who are paying attention, prioritize the domestic threat much, much more. The fact that Congress is trying to pull this after a resounding NO on SOPA/PIPA,  makes you wonder why they're terrorizing the nation like this. Uh, oh, did I use the "t" word? I don't know how else you'd describe the feeling of a large swath of the political aware citizens in this country.

They've got to get control of the internet, because through it, they're losing control of what parts of their machine you can see. When naked, this beast looks pretty ugly and sick.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Kraft Kommies in the Kitchen?

I caught this at Bread Upon the Waters about Kraft using the socialist clenched fist clip art in their Miracle Whip ad. Having done that post on Occupy that led to a quick history of the clenched fist logo, that got my gears to turning. Who's running the show at Kraft? Well I did me a map to get a general idea. Same suspects, however, I noted Ann Fudge, who deserves a very special Meet Your Elite spotlight. She's special as she is a head honcho in the Rockefeller Foundation, a head honcho at Young & Rubicon, a big, big ad firm, and a host of other things you'll never be doing. You've got to figure that she being big in advertising and on the board of Kraft might have had something to do with that kind of imagery.

So what have we got here? All our big NGO think tank friends are represented, as is Chicago, all big name candidates, a huge swath of the big food companies, lobbying groups, a vibrant cross-section of the Fortune 100 corporate world, about half of the media companies, two Federal Reserve banks, about half of the megabanks, lots of universities where these people are big wigs, lots of healthcare, too - (for when you have an MSG/fructose overload, or yeah, cancer) Notice lots of positions in government have been held. So yeah, there you have it - is it interlocked tight enough for you?  You could do this for all the corporations 

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Specimens of Stubbornness

That's a Paul supporter for ya. You don't fight Leviathan, and then roll over a vote for one of its employees (Romney). The heathen rage, and nation rises against nation, etc. is all part of something very, very epic. When you start researching the economic, political, and spiritual sources you find yourself facing something monstrously evil and foretold. Having been in a microcosm of our collective national situation in a small church - I know what it is not to give up  -EVER. You don't back down in the face of evil, and you don't compromise. Trust me, when you do, it just prolongs the problem. The serpent is subtle an beguiling, but the process of collectivization is coming to a point where it can no longer be disguised.  You are only fooling yourself if you think that going along with Romney is going to change one iota of this 100 year long communist takeover. You've got to get your attitude on, such as:

Monday, April 16, 2012

Lindbergh Kidnapping and Banksters?

This is my kind of article right here. From The New American, an article by James Perloff on the ins and outs of the Lindbergh Kidnapping that won't be shown on the History Channel. I was thinking about doing some research on this, but think of how relieved I was that Mr. Perloff has done it for me. It's a lenghty article, but chock full of surprising facts such as:

Saturday, April 14, 2012

This is how the government preps, you amateurs!

They've ordered eight of these things. What's a special response you might ask? It's when our economy goes kablooey and the proles get angry. There's a reason Mike Bloomberg doesn't like guns in NY, it has the highest per capita of banksters in this hemisphere. If someone were to go Elmer Fudd on their behinds, they'd be in some real trouble.

What does it say when the government preps? Maybe that the "black helicopter" people were right all along.

Too many chiefs, not enough Indians. Lots of contracting companies with nothing better to do.

Homeland Security SRT riot truck

Also coming to you in desert tan:


Ever feel like someones out to get you?
Man, I love the red glowing eye on this eagle-like bird gripping an assault rifle. Looks like a plaque on the vehicle. Taken from this Flicker page.

Have a great day, fellow Americans! Your country is in great hands, if you define great as Satanic and hell-bent on controlling every molecule of your being...

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Mommy Wars? Seriously?

Oh my, it looks like I'm supposed to be rooting for Ann Romney now that an Obama advisor has maligned her, saying:

“Guess what, his wife has actually never worked a day in her life,” said Rosen, who was being interviewed by CNN’s Anderson Cooper about the “war on women.”
And then, just like that, a familiar name popped up on Twitter: @AnnDRomney.
“I made a choice to stay home and raise five boys. Believe me, it was hard work,” Ann tweeted.
The Romney campaign confirmed to ABC News that the account belongs to Ann Romney.

And via Drudge, we find that there is already a poll up at the Washington Post, your flagship Operation Mockingbird outfit. What can we contrast this with? Ah I know, the current first lady who never had the luxury of staying at home.

I love it when they make the Hegelian Dialectic so clear. They're going to use the mommy war card, full of guilt and self-righteousness. Emotions triggered, brain turned off. Saying that raising five kids,  is hard work is supposed to put her in the good graces of socially conservative America. That's what they're planning up there at Elite-ville. Let's get the women vote riled up to turn out one way or another. Working on the ol' conservative base only after of making your life story both a punchline and punching bag for honesty is quite a lot of audacity.

Munching my popcorn watching the WWF spectacle that has become American politics, and wondering why more people can't see how totally phony all this is? You think I'd vote for these Romney Goldman Sachs characters because Obama is so awful. Honeychild, Awful left the train station 99 years ago, and there's nothing that any man, woman or child can really do about it individually at this point. I'll still be pulling for Paul because he's earned my respect. That, and I got to see how this delegate soap opera is going to go. Don't listen to what the MSM tells you, listen to what they DON'T tell you. I used to be manipulated by fear and do the whole lesser of two evil thing, but praise God, this is the year I've been delivered!

A tribute to women who lived the last time there was all-out violence on American soil - pray that we don't experience it again..PS - they were all SAHMs too!

Confederate Memorial, Texarkana, AK
Update: Romney milks it with Moms Stand with Ann PR campaign. What'd I tell you? And in all fairness, it's not so hard when you have maids and nannies to be that proverbial clone of yourself you've always wanted.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Navigating the Harding Path to the White House

You're not hearing a lot about Ron Paul because the excititng primary day drama is over in most places. Who wants to watch news stories on the delegate selection processes in the different states? People would rather watch the paint-dry channel. These rules are deliberately convoluted so as to make it difficult for the simple-hearted soul to navigate. Let's look at the election of Warren G. Harding as an example of a man who didn't massively win primaries, yet still became president.

From Wikipedia (I know, but it's a start)
Harding's nomination, said to have been secured in negotiations among party bosses in a "smoke-filled room," was engineered by Harry M. Daugherty, Harding's political manager who after Harding's election became United States Attorney General. Prior to the convention, Daugherty was quoted as saying, "I don't expect Senator Harding to be nominated on the first, second, or third ballots, but I think we can afford to take chances that about 11 minutes after two, Friday morning of the convention, when 15 or 12 weary men are sitting around a table, someone will say: 'Who will we nominate?' At that decisive time, the friends of Harding will suggest him and we can well afford to abide by the result."
On the first ballot, Harding was 6th in delegate count.  On the tenth round of voting, he got the nomination.

Ben Swann breaks down the delegate process:

Combine that with Doug Wead's latest column:

There is something else.  Many of the delegates who have already been selected to go to Tampa and are pledged to vote for Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich are actually Ron Paul activists who were chosen as delegates because they showed up and got elected as such, not because they committed to any of the candidates. We don’t yet have a complete count on any of this but it is substantial.  We are in the process of taking over the GOP at many precinct and country levels.  And that is translating into power at the state conventions where the delegations are chosen.  The GOP establishment is trying to block this by telling their people not to vote for anyone under thirty years of age or anyone who is Hispanic.  But our people are filling those delegate slots.  Even we can’t keep up with the numbers..
This means that the convention floor in Tampa will be loaded with Ron Paul supporters. And it means if Santorum releases his delegates many of them will vote for us because they were never Rick Santorum supporters in the first place.

You really need to check out that piece because it contains gems like this:

Oh, by the way.  For those following the drama in St. Charles, Missouri.  We won last night.  We won ALL the delegates.  And the man they had arrested [for having the audacity to record the proceedings] last month was elected the chairman.  They meant it for evil.  God meant it for good. 

Be sure to check out the Daily Paul for all your liberty news needs.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Delegate Count Far From Settled

Take a gander at this exclusive report from Ben Swann on the Josh Tolley Show. Notes on this clip follows:

Missouri - GOP operative Eugene Dokes admits to keeping Ron Paul people from taking the delegate slots, but he did it for the "greater good." Breaking the rules to "evenly distribute delegates among all the candidates". Uh, how are you suppose to win that way?

Maine - Precinct leaders refusing to record the vote talleys if Ron Paul won.

Alaska -  a faction is saying that the vote recorded is not the vote that was sent in.

North Dakota - ditto

Washington -  the Unity Slate-  delegates who will vote for anyone but Paul. This is a complete deviation from the rules.  (Ben reports that Paul is taking all the delegates in Washington & the RNC-GOP types are freaking out) Santorum people are upset because they are getting shut out along with Paul.

Rule 40 - you need to "win" five states to make it to the convention floor.
The fine print: Winning  is defined by a plurality of delegates in five states.


According to Ben Swann,  Ron Paul has the plurality of delegates in the following states:

Maine, Missouri, Washington, likely Alaska, Colorodo, Minnesota, Iowa

That's more than five states ya'll. The Establishment is totally freaking out. The only candidate here that will pull people from Obama will also shut down their whole machine, or at least turn public opinion against the machine by talking about the REAL issues in this country. Let's talk about race baiting and little side stories instead. Please, oh please, don't listen to those "krazy" libertarians.  Their days are numbered and they know it.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Meet Your Elites: Eric Holder

What's with this guy? Obviously he doesn't have name recognition amongst the poll workers in Washington DC. Or maybe they just thought that (wink, wink) this was part of an ongoing operation--Everyone's a Holder on election day! When he's not sending in documents to Congressional committees that are so redacted that they are literally just big, black rectangles, the man is holding down the fort for our buddies the banksters.
redacted Fast and Furious "document"

 It's become patently obvious by now the whole drug war is run by the same gang/system that brings us just about everything that is evil in this world. From guarding poppy fields in Afghan. to laundering the proceeds through huge banks with no repercussions, the banksters use their tools in the DoJ to keep the drug prices up on this side of things. Fast and Furious, as well as Operation Wide Reciever, was all about giving American owned guns a bad rap. Ditto for that Trayvon business - that, and putting the Stand Your Ground laws on the chopping block.

Here is a little blast from the past, with a 1995 more fro'ed Eric Holder using the words gun and brainwash in the same sentence:

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Every Easter Makes Him More Nervous

Zooming out from planet Earth, and going to the Eternal Counsels of Time, we find Lucifer, the angel of light and a creation of God. He has the bright idea of mounting a rebellion along with 1/3 of the angels of Heaven against his Creator. (Ezekiel 28, Isaiah 14) Not being able to see the future can be such a handicap, for if he could have seen the future, he probably wouldn't have pulled that stunt. At this point, he is referred to as Satan and dwells upon the earth. It doesn't take him long to encounter Adam and Eve, also created of God, whom Satan tempted with knowledge much to God's chagrin:
And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. (Gen 3:15)
So we see that Satan was not so successful trying to get mankind to join Team Hell, as God said in that verse, He would put us at odds with the Evil One, which is a good thing. He also tells the fallen angel that the seed of man will bruise his head (Jesus who took on flesh), while he will nip at mankind's heels. 

There is a reason why the Bible tells us to test the spirits for not every thing that seems like it is from God actually is. The discernment test is does this person/teacher say that Jesus came in the flesh? (I Pet 4:2) If Jesus came in the flesh and was that flesh was destroyed for the sin of man, then this is the bruising of Satan's head as promised. That is why every spirit that does not confess that Jesus came in the flesh is the spirit of antichrist. (I Pet. 4:3)

So as we Christians look up and wait expectantly for the imminent return of Christ, Satan bides his time in a nervous, thrashing dread. Starting wars, running banking cartels, drug "wars",  corrupting governments and who knows what all.. He's just being given enough rope to really hang himself, and one day it will all become clear.

This world will be a distant memory for the redeemed of God. All this striving will have long since ceased, and Satan will be in his pit as a sideshow attraction (Isaiah 14:16). Jesus Christ will be exalted and we cannot imagine how awesome it will be. Be sure to check out my Are you going to heaven videos if you have not yet repented and trusted Jesus Christ to your savior and Lord. I promise its not the same old fundy lines you've heard before. This is more important than all the prepping and election stuff, because all that is fixing to pass away, but your death is sure and eternity is forever. Easter is a great day to get right with God.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

So Ron Paul was Crazy about Walls Keeping You In, eh?

Suck on this scoffers, the IRS will keep you in America if you owe back taxes. Somehow, I suppose that Timmy Geithner and Warren Buffet will not be held to this standard.


After clearing the Senate on a 74 – 22 vote on March 14, SB 1813 is now headed for a vote in the House of Representatives, where it’s expected to encounter stiffer opposition among the GOP majority.
In addition to authorizing appropriations for federal transportation and infrastructure programs, the “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act” or “MAP-21″ [Agenda 21 anyone?!!!] includes a provision that would allow for the “revocation or denial” of a passport for anyone with “certain unpaid taxes” or “tax delinquencies”.
Section 40304 of the legislation states that any individual who owes more than $50,000 to the Internal Revenue Service may be subject to “action with respect to denial, revocation, or limitation of a passport”.

So its tied into a transportation bill, which is classic. I'm sure that even if you owe less that $50,000 and are an undesirable, you'll find yourself passportless, and put on some review list to be gotten to five years from now.

You've got that, and the fact that Homeland is upping the number of "checkpoints" withing the United States. They're ordering some of these beauties:
Checkpoint Charlie USA - Papers Please!

Why do they need so many bullet-proof checkpoint stations. According to the LA Times:

The TSA's 25 "viper" teams — for Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response — have run more than 9,300 unannounced checkpoints and other search operations in the last year. Department of Homeland Security officials have asked Congress for funding to add 12 more teams next year.
According to budget documents, the department spent $110 million in fiscal 2011 for "surface transportation security," including the TSA's viper program, and is asking for an additional $24 million next year. That compares with more than $5 billion for aviation security.

And of course, Bunkerville has already told us that Homeland is buying more bullets than they can possibly fire.  So like Ron Paul said, fences can also be used to keep you in. Gee, seems like the banksters are really going for that, as they let the drug cartels overrun the entire southwest. They give Los Zetas the guns to kill us with. I know, I know, it's Obama's fault. Bullhockey, this has been going on for decades, it's just now gotten so big, that no one can ignore it anymore. Kind of like a tumor that starts to hurt.

Yeah, Mitt Romney is going to save us [major eyeroll]. Better stock up on the essentials, and make sure you're on the winning side:

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Wall Street and FDR: Chapter 10 - The Plot to Take the White House

You may have heard about the plot to take over the White House by a fascist group led by 500,000 veterans way back in 1934 to overthrow FDR. You also may have heard that Gen. Smedley Butler blew the whistle on them, and that was that. This item in American history has been not just buried, but contorted, twisted, and strangled before it was nailed inside its coffin. In this installment, we examine the actual Congressional record to get the facts.

Rumors of War: The Spanish-American War

Once again, we're going to use the power of hindsight to reevaluate the "official story" of the Spanish American War as published by the Hearst family of newspapers, and then our official, practically state-owned textbooks. Mining information from this post by Richard Sanders via Lew Rockwell, we shall safely nestle this war in its appropriate context. The year is, of course 1898, and the robber barons, having successfully conquered the continental US, look for ways to expand their horizons.
Propaganda button
CONTEXT Cubans fought several wars to free themselves from Spanish colonial rule, including 1868-1878, 1879-1880 and 1895-1898.12 In 1898, Cubans were on the brink of finally winning their independence. The US government agreed to respect Cuba’s sovereignty and promised they would not step in.
"On January 24, [1898] on the pretext of protecting the life and safety of Mr. Lee, U.S. consul in Havana, and other U.S. citizens in the face of street disturbances provoked by Spanish extremists, the Maine battleship entered the bay of Havana.”13
Sovereignty is a good thing, no? I thought that the American Way was limited and local, accountable government for all. Ok, now for some critical thinking skills: how is a battleship going to stop "street disturbances"? Are the sailors or Marines going to pile off the boat and look for hoodlums and "suspected terrorists"? How about just giving the U.S. citizens a gun to put in their belt?  
PRETEXT On February 15, 1898, a huge explosion sank the USS Maine killing 266 of its crew.14In 1975, an investigation led by US Admiral Hyman Rickover concluded that there was no evidence of any external explosion. The explosion was internal, probably caused by a coal dust explosion. Oddly, the ship's weapons and explosives were stored next to the coal bunker.15
Anytime there is a change in basic operating procedures, a red flag should immediately go up.
RESPONSE The Maine’s commander cautioned against assumptions of an enemy attack. The press denounced him for "refusing to see the obvious." The Atlantic Monthly said anyone thinking this was not a premeditated, Spanish act of war was "completely at defiance of the laws of probability."16Newspapers ran wild headlines like: “Spanish Cannibalism,” “Inhuman Torture,” “Amazon Warriors Fight For Rebels.”17 Guillermo Jimpnez Soler notes: “As would become its usual practice, U.S. intervention in the war was preceded by intensive press campaigns which incited jingoism, pandering to the most shameless tales and sensationalism and exacerbated cheap sentimentality. Joseph Pulitzer of The World and William Randolph Hearst from The Journal, the two largest U.S. papers... carried their rivalry to a paroxysm of inflaming public opinion with scandalous, provocative and imaginary stories designed to win acceptance of U.S. participation in the first of its holy wars beyond its maritime borders.”18
 US papers sent hundreds of reporters and photographers to cover the apparent Spanish attacks. Upon arrival, many were disappointed. Frederick Remington wrote to Hearst saying: “There is no war .... Request to be recalled.” Hearst’s now-famous cable replied: "Please remain. You furnish the pictures, I'll furnish the war." For weeks, The Journal dedicated more than eight pages per day to the explosion. 19Through ceaseless repetition, a rallying cry for retaliation grew into a roar. “In the papers, on the streets and in…Congress. The slogan was "Remember the Maine! To hell with Spain."20With the US public and government safely onboard, the US set sail for war launching an era of ‘gunboat diplomacy.’ Anti-war sentiments were drowned out by the sea of cries for war. On April 25, 1898, the US Congress declared war on Spain.
Once again, the real experts, the military man on site of the incident was shouted down by the bankster controlled media. There was money to be made and resources to be usurped through the police power of the State, and paid for by the American taxpayer.
REAL REASONS Within four months “the US replaced Spain as the colonial power in the Philippines, Guam and Puerto Rico, and devised a special status for Cuba. Never again would the US achieve so much…as in that ‘splendid little war,’ as…described at the time by John Hay, future secretary of state.”21Historian Howard Zinn has said that 1898 heralded “the most dramatic entrance onto the world scene of American military and economic power.… The war ushered in what Henry Luce later referred to as the American Century, which really meant a century of American domination.”22
Now some of you might think me less patriotic for not jumping up and down for American domination, but I would call it bankster domination. They are using our nation as a host animal from which to spread their evil. Conservatives jump up and down and yell American Exceptionalism, which is a term coined by a communist, for the purpose of spreading the communist/collectivist system. With the Spanish American War, the Elites moved their battleships out onto the board. They are still in Guam, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines. Some might argue that some of these countries are better off, but the ends don't justify the means for a country that claims to be Christian and righteous. It was because Philippine War of 1905 that Mark Twain penned the War Prayer:

Note: Twain wrote The War Prayer during the US war on the Philippines. It was submitted for publication, but on March 22, 1905, Harper's Bazaar rejected it as "not quite suited to a woman's magazine." Eight days later, Twain wrote to his friend Dan Beard, to whom he had read the story, "I don't think the prayer will be published in my time. None but the dead are permitted to tell the truth." Because he had an exclusive contract with Harper & Brothers, Mark Twain could not publish "The War Prayer" elsewhere and it remained unpublished until 1923.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The Head of the Snake

And buddy am I talking about that Snake. The big kahuna. If you want to understand what is animating all the collectivism and totalitarianism in our world today, attorney Constance Cumbey clues you in. She was the first to expose the New Age movement from an orthodox Christian perspective:

She mentions Benjamin Creme, well renown New Age guru. In case you're thinking who cares, know that this Creme fellow, or rather his "religion", is influential in our Elite circles, having an influence on personalities in the UN. This is a rabbit hole that you'll need a crash helmet to investigate.

Thanks to my loyal reader in Atlanta for sending this to me!

This verse right here is becoming sight for us still left on this old earth. Giddy up, Christian soldiers--

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Eph 6:2

Monday, April 2, 2012

Meet Your Elites: Strobe Talbott

Strobe TalbottYou haven't heard much from Strobe since Rush brought him up during the Clinton years, but in my ongoing effort to throw down pieces of the Great Puzzle on the table, I thought I'd spotlight ol' Strobe. What kind of name is that anyway? Turns out to be a family name, as he is the third Nelson Strobridge Talbott. His dad went by Bud. Anyhow, he went to one of those Elite boarding schools in New England and then onto Yale where he was, of course a Bonesman.  He was also a Rhodes scholar, and you students of globalism know what that's about. So he's in the Rhodes program along with his buddy Bill Clinton.  While being indoctrinated thoroughly in the principles of globalism, Strobe translated Nikita Khrushchev's memoirs into English. Isn't that swell?

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Doug Wead and the Romney Machine

 Doug Wead fills us in on more shenanigans, a cute word for using tricks on an already dumbed down public, lurching us into banana republic status.
As the GOP nominating process grinds down to its ultimate end, the Romney campaign has turned savage in its efforts to end the process early.  Open conventions and caucuses where people actually get to vote are apparently their worst nightmare.   In some state conventions fake “unity slates” are promoted, with appeals to Santorum and Gingrich delegates to join them in electing delegates that they promise represent the three campaigns proportionately but will shut out Ron Paul.  The ”unity slates” are actually all Romney delegates.
In other states “Romney Rules” help make up for the candidate’s unenthusiastic support.  In Idaho, for example, where Romney has a Mormon base and won  61% of the vote in a statewide beauty contest, it was nevertheless feared that the candidate would not win a single precinct election in the delegate process.  In almost each of the elections, it was feared that Ron Paul supporters would have a plurality.
The solution?  A backwards election.  It goes like this.  The candidate who gets the most votes doesn’t matter, rather the candidate with the fewest is dropped. Voting continues with successive ballots until one is left.  If one candidate gets at least 50% of the counties he then gets the whole statewide delegation.

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By, the way, I've been busy organizing all the toys in my house this weekend - yes that is an epic, epic job. So I have not been posting all I want to post. I have been working on the FDR series and the plot to take the White House that is most interesting, but am struggling with presenting it right. Just so ya'll know I haven't been slacking!
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