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, July 29, 2010

Destablization - Grass Roots Participation

In this post, Yuri walks us through the second aspect of the second step of subversion, the mobilization of the grass roots in support of a new regime.
A compounding factor at this stage is the so-called “grass root” participation of the 'masses' in the political process. Demoralized and enfeebled 'masses' tend to grab the 'easiest' short-cut solution to social ills and socialism seems to them to be the best answer.

Traditional national institutions no longer appear efficient. They are gradually replaced by artificially created 'citizen's committees' and boards' which acquire more and more political power.

These bodies which are in essence, mirror reflections of the totalitarian structures of power, are more and more 'responsive' to mob-ocracy, the rule of of the crowd of radicalized CONSUMERS. At the same time, the backbone of the economy-- the free bargaining process-- gradually yields to the principle of 'planned economy' and 'centralization.’
The arrogance of The Establishment is that they thought that the demoralization process was further gone than it actually was. They have absolute disdain for everyone that does not come from their blue-blood circles.  We are lesser evolved beings in their eyes, we don't know what good for big scheme. Notice I didn't say what's good for us, because they don't give a rat's tail about what's good for us. As far as they're concerned, we can all just get sick and die. Extreme statement? Consider that these people are obsessed with population reduction. Just go back and read the Rockefeller Foundation reports, the Establishment's role in the Eugenics movement, the CFR's studies on population projections. They are truly fixated with limiting the human population.

Anyhow, they're disgusted at those of us who revere the Constitution and the godly ideals that brought it about. They depend on us being ignorant so that they can give their financial support and pull for their candidates in every state, in every major city.  They have had a hold on the Congress for well over a hundred years, and they don't intend to loose it. The Tea Party supporters need to get wise to who the true enemy is, as we're going to get more of the same if we don't.  They depend upon us being separated by Rockadems and Rockapubs, and freak out at the mention of at third party. I'm not currently supporting  a third party, but would like just one party to be free of the Establishment (CFR, et. al) and loyal to the Constitution. It doesn't seem like a lot to ask, does it?

Anyway, the next aspect of destabilization will  be the breakdown of the bargaining process. I bet you can guess what will be mentioned in that post:)

Monday, July 26, 2010

It's Good to Be a Bankster..

Destablization - Power Struggle

After 10-15 years of slowly, but surely wearing down a society's toleration of collectivism. We in America are in our third generation of demoralization. Please refer to the subversion chart, and my previous posts on demoralization to catch up.

The next step in the four step process of subversion is demoralization. Again, I'll let ex-KGB agent, Yuri Bezmenov, specialist in propaganda explain it to you:
Here the efforts of subverter narrow down to the “essentials”: the internal power structures of a target nation; the nation's foreign relations; economy and “social fiber.” If the preceding stage of DEMORALIZATION is successful, the subverter no longer has to bother about your IDEAS and your LIFE. Now he gets to the 'spinal cord' of your country and helps YOU to bring your own society into the state of DESTABILIZATION. That may take from 2 to 5 years, depending on the maturity of a nation and its ability to mobilize for resistance.
I believe we entered the Destabilization step with the bank bailouts of 2008. I think this stage may take the full 5 years given that the United States has been more culturally resistant to the demoralization process. I think that the bank bailouts and the tidal wave of collectivist legislation that followed has awakened a large segment of the population, which leads us to this aspect of destabilization:
Power Struggle
The first symptom of instability is expressed as the desire of the population to bring to power those politicians and parties who are charismatic, act like good “caretakers” and promise more “security”-- not from external and foreign enemies, but rather, job “security,” “free” social services and other “pleasure strokes” provided by “Big Brother.” By concentrating the attention of a nation on short-term solutions and “improvements,” such irresponsible politicians simply procrastinate on facing “the moment of truth,” when the nation will lave to pay a much higher price for the main and basic problem-- bringing country back to stability and restoring the moral fiber.

Remember, that Yuri wrote this almost 30 years ago. He had never heard of Barack Obama.  What he did know is what he saw the Soviet Union do over and over again to target countries. Democrats handing out goodies to their constituents goes without saying. Republicans have thrown goodies out also in Medicare Part D, and a host of other ways. We all know that Social Security is going to go broke without major restructuring. We've known this for at least 20 years, but you rarely hear a peep about it from either party. They focus on the short-term as Yuri says. Representative Paul Ryan has a plan to solve these long-term problems, yet he stands nearly alone in talking about it.

On the subversion chart, the methods to bring this about are populism and irresponsible power struggle. We saw mindless populism unleashed in Barack Obama's presidential campaign. The propaganda by the mainstream media was mind-blowing, which woke some people up who were not paying attention to how biased the media had become. As far as irresponsible power struggle, look at the health care bill, over 2,000 pages that none of them had read, and it was passed over the opposition of the majority of the American people. They know that they're nothing we can do about it.  The combination of these two factors brings about "big brother". It divides the country into supporters of the regime and dissidents. As the regime has access to the Treasury, they have the means to create a Big Brother system. One would argue that through the tax-exempt foundations and NGOs (where the banksters hide their money) we have a whole other unelected political rail in our country, capable of doing things without the public's knowledge. More on destabilization to follow..

Bill Haslam - He Parodies Himself

These aren't the parodies you're probably looking for, find those at this post.

Here, Haslam opening his mouth is the parody. Tennesseans - don't let this happen!

Pre-K or more scholarships - Painful to watch!

On Abortion - Haslam admits is ignorance, whereas the other two candidates seem to know what is going on.

This video is slightly funny:

Here he explains his Bloomberg's Anti-Gun Program Program as well as immigration and the Tenth Amendment. You be the judge:

Sunday, July 25, 2010

The Carlyle Group - Many, many conflicts of interest

In my explorations of the NNDB mapper toy, I came across this one company again and again. So I decided to map it out and see who was in this company. It was an impressive list of people. So what is the Carlyle Group and why is it full of the upper crust of Washington DC?

The Carlyle Group is a private buy-out investment firm that specializes in defense. They have made the news recently by announcing that they would buy out NBTY Inc., the producers of all those cheap vitamins at Walmart and Target. You might want to stock up. There is a movement afoot to curtail the natural health industry. It's called the Codex Alimentarius, the plan to ban the free market exchange of natural health products - learn more here.

The big pharma stamping out natural remedy competition warrents a whole other post, so I'm keeping this one focued on the Carlyle Group. I could write a dissertation about this firm, but instead, I'll just roll this educational filmstrip entitled The Iron Triangle:Carlyle Exposed - Warning -the first couple of minutes are in Dutch - so just fast forward that part:

Of course, I've made a Carlyle Group map which you can play with here.

double click to enlarge - try link above to get a real good gander.

Some of the names you might recognize are:

Frank Carlucci, Secretary of Defense 87-89 - He's chairman of the group.
Mack McLarty- White House Chief of Staff 92-94 - He's an advisor.
James Baker - Secretary of State 89-92- listed as Senior Counsel
Richard Darmer, former OMB Director - a Partner in the firm
James H Hance, CEO of Bank of America from 1989-2004

Other famous names include:
former president George Bush Sr, who status with the group is acknowledged but yet disavowed.
John Major - former UK Prime Minister
George Soros - you know its a quality operation with this guy on the team!

Note that there are three members of the Trilateral Commission, whichi is significant seeing how comparatively small this company is and how relatively few Trilaterals there are. Also a significant number of CFR in the Carlyle Group. You can't just sign up to be in the Trilateral Commission or in the Council on Foreign Relations, you have to be invited by one of their gang members first. It's not like the Rotary club.

Some of you that follow the business world might have more insight to what all this means, so leave a comment and enlighten us.

Here's the Frank Carlucci map that shows that being a government official pays big time.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

100 Years of Banksters - Some Things Never Change!

A great passage from Charles A. Lindberg's book, Why Your Country is at War. I have emphasized the parts we have recently experienced. This is a mock conversation between a politician, a bankster (probably a direct forebear of JP Morgan Chase), and a farmer.
Tell me if you're not blown away by the similarities.

Mr. Politician: Good morning, Mr. Speculator; what brought you to Washington again and at such a time as this? I thought when we gave you your Federal Reserve Banking System that that would satisfy you forever.
Mr. Speculator: Good morning, Mr. Politician. Don't twit me of the past. I wish to see you in private till we can talk over the most important business that ever was on this earth.
Mr. Politician: You evidently think me high up in the political councils here. I pretend to no such great importance. If you have such important business, there should be more of us in conference. No man is big enough to tackle the most important business ever, but I will listen to what you have to say.
Mr. Speculator: Of course we understand each other, but even at that it may be well for you to practice your modesty—to keep on the safe side. I know the importance of your help. We may as well be perfectly frank with each other. Even the greatest of things must begin some where and with some one. There is absolutely no time to waste. You know I am a product of Wall Street and "big business." I represent it. It is in danger this very minute—unfortunately so, for in spite of its danger, it also has its greatest opportunity. We must have help immediately from Congress, for this sudden war, no one can tell when or where it will end, or who or which nations it will involve. Our business was always on a great scale, but this sudden war burst upon us and we have not the capacity to take advantage of it unless Congress helps us. Financial help we demand. We now control $20,000,000,000 of bank deposits to run the business of the country, including our promoting enterprises. We have some deposits of our own, but who knows when the depositors might start a run, lick up the deposits and prevent our taking advantage of speculating on the war business. War business o'ffers the greatest and the most rapid means of building immense fortunes, something worth while to us Americans. We must act quickly, for now is our opportunity to make America the financial center of the world, and our friends to dominate. Germany is pushing out in every direction her vast armies for invasion. Russia is mobilizing and moving her great forces for action. France is rapidly mobilizing and marching- her armies to hold the Germans in check. England, too, will immediately be in the whirl. The world may soon be at it, and I must inform my people that Congress will extend the unlimited credit of the Government to our banks. Without that immediate assurance, we would be forced to precipitate a panic tomorrow, the likes of which in its trail of financial ruin never has been equalled. What, Mr. Politician, have you to offer by way of suggestion for immediate action?
Mr. Politician: Some proposition this is, that you make—too big for me this morning. We shall have to get more of us together in order to figure out a plan of action and draft some bill to be enacted to give the relief. I am not for placing the financial credit of the Government behind those whom you represent, but we must meet the emergency. We must prepare some bill that will meet it.
Mr. Speculator: "Some bill!" No need to talk about "some bill." We have the plan and the bill prepared already. It is only a question of getting it enacted into law in the least time possible.

Tennesseans, We CAN Do Better!

Let's review our glorious history, fellow Volunteers:

Andrew Jackson - While reviled for the unlawful and inhumane Indian Removal Act, Andy J did a few things worthy of manly imitation.
  • President Jackson is the only president in United States history to have paid off the national debt.
  • On a central bank (like the federal reserve) he speaks to our problem today:"Gentlemen, I have had men watching you for a long time and I am convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in the breadstuffs of the country. When you won, you divided the profits amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the bank. You tell me that if I take the deposits from the bank and annul its charter, I shall ruin ten thousand families. That may be true, gentlemen, but that is your sin! Should I let you go on, you will ruin fifty thousand families, and that would be my sin! You are a den of vipers and thieves."-1836  

Andrew Jackson sticking it to the Central Bank

 Notable Quotables:

It is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too often bend the acts of government to their selfish purposes. -1832

The Bible is the rock on which our Republic rests. 

You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the grace of the Eternal God, will rout you out. (Speaking to central bankers - alive today, he might challenge some of them to a duel!)

I am one of those who do not believe that a national debt is a national blessing, but rather a curse to a republic; inasmuch as it is calculated to raise around the administration a moneyed aristocracy dangerous to the liberties of the country. 

Davy Crocket, just go to my previous post where Davy comments on our current situation. We all know that Davy was his own man, and wasn't lapping at the trough of power to attain self-satisfaction. He would have considered such behavior pathetic.

James K. Polk - the only President to keep all his promises:
1. The reestablishment of an Independent Treasury System (keeping American's money away from the central bankers)
2. Tariff Reduction.
3. Acquiring the Oregon Territory.
4. Acquiring California and New Mexico.

He knew how to handle Mexicans, too! Although he created the Department of the Interior, if he were with us today and saw the waste, he'd axe it! Repeal it ALL, don't you know!

Carroll Reece -(Congressman 1920-1930, 1932-1947, 1951-1961) You may never have heard of this great Tennessean, but he was one of the few to stand up and question what role tax-exempt foundations were playing in our legislative policy, academia, and in the area of social engineering. On my roll, you will see a link under X-files called The Reece Committee. They did find out that big corporations, banks and these foundations were in cahoots, but the committee was shut down on charges of "intellectual McCarthyism" and obstruction from Rep. Wayne Hays, the foundation's point man on the committee. Congressman Reece was a member of the Old Right, a Taftee who believed in the most limited government possible.

So what happened? How did we end up with this?? 

Quoting Berit Kjos's book Brave New Schools:

René Dubos, a board member of the futuristic organization Planetary Citizens, carries Gore's thoughts a step further. In A God Within (the book Education secretary Lamar Alexander said "changed his thinking the most"[65]),  Dubos writes,
"The earth is literally our mother, not only because we depend on her for nurture and shelter but even more because the human species has been shaped by her in the womb of evolution.... Our salvation depends upon our ability to create a religion of nature."
Al Gore
 "Faith in evolution was essential to America's paradigm shift.  First, it provided an alternative to biblical truth. Second, it built a much-needed "scientific" foundation for today's leap of faith into the new-paradigm view of the future.  Many of today's most outspoken visionaries -- Al Gore, Robert Muller, Marilyn Ferguson, etc. -- base their hopes for the 21st Century on the spiritual evolution first popularized by the controversial Catholic priest and scientist, Teilhard deChardin.  Notice how he fits everything into the context of his cosmic evolution: 
"[Evolution] is a general postulate to which all theories, all hypotheses, all systems must henceforward bow and which they must satisfy in order to be thinkable and true. Evolution is a light which illuminates all facts, a trajectory which all lines of thought must follow.[63]
Quoting deChardin, Al Gore writes, "'The fate of mankind, as well as of religion, depends upon the emergence of a new faith in the future.' Armed with such a faith, we might find it possible to resanctify the earth.
By the way, Al, could you take a quick vacation back here in TN and make God bring down the temperature a notch, thanks.

 Bob Corker -Bailout Bob votes as he's told. He also tells us that repeal of the health reform bill is not going to happen, so just get over it, ok?
Bob's also not a big fan of the Tea Party, check out this post at Terry Frank to see his attitude on it, also interesting anecdote in the comments.
He, along with Lamar, have voted for everything collectivist whenever and wherever possible.  They both need to go. I voted against Lamar this last time, cause I'd rather have my liberal straight up than behind the letter R.

Don Sunquist, ex-governor -Who can forget the man that had the task of implementing Ned McWherter's TennCare, Tennessee's socialized medicine program. Of course, what happened was that every moocher from 12+ states around got on the rolls and almost bankrupted our state. Don Sunquist's bright idea to implement an income tax was met with what we called the Tennessee Tax Revolt. For those that think a person being a Republican means they revere every tittle and jot of the Constitution, better get real and realize that most of them will vote away your freedom and hide it under 10 layers of legalese.

Bart Gordon - I remember trying to "Boot Bart" since high school. This Tennessee Traitor voted for Obamacare and everything else Nancy Pelosi tells him to do. I lived in the 6th district for a long time and I can tell you that this man in no way represents the people who live there. He'll be retiring this year and there is a slew of people on the Republican side running in this year's primary. So do your due diligence, and find out which one is least likely to stab us all in the back.

Jim Cooper 5th district Congressman - Another example of a Tennessee Traitor, he sold us out to the Obamacare monstrosity. How does a person like this even get elected? It helps if your daddy was governor. This guy is into all that green bullcrud we know is a lie. Check out who's running in the primaries in the 5th district, there's just so many good people running, it's hard to decide!
Steve Cohen - 9th district Congressman - He's the third and final Tennessee Congressman to vote for Obamacare, although Lincoln Davis did vote for that procedural trick they did to move it ahead, and then voted against it - so I'd definatly vote against him, too. The former mayor of Memphis is running against Steve. Your Tea Party choice is Charlotte Bergman, so check her out if you get a chance!

There's a lot of great folks running for office right now in Tennessee. We have a conservative smörgåsbord to choose from. The primary pretty much is the election, so we don't want to mess up and get saddled with a bunch of RINOs. We're running out of time to get back on track. I'm not going to do a detailed list of the districts, but I'll throw a few good names out there: Van Irion, running for Wamp's old 3rd district seat; Charlotte Bergman, a brave lady trying to flip Memphis to the land of the R; oh just go to this site and check out the candidates.

As far as the governor's race goes, you know I'm supporting Ron Ramsey because we've had enough of the Pretty Boy Brigade. We need real men who have principles and will stand up for them, and resist the coming collectivist tyranny.

Demoralization of Everyday Life - Labor

Welcome to the fifteenth and final point in our demoralization series. Yuri Bezmenov, ex-KGB specialist in propaganda outlined the multi-pronged approach that collectivist take in subverting a nation from the inside. They are patient, they will wait, generations if need be, to achieve their goal. I really don't need to write a long essay on the impact organized labor has made on the American workforce and economy. I'm sure one way or another, you've heard about or experienced the bizarre hiring, firing, and seniority rules that govern unions and the businesses that employ them.

It is no secret that socialist/communists have used labor unions throughout the past 100+ years as a trojan horse to get their agenda implemented. We all know that Andy Stern, head of the SEIU union, is the most frequent guest at the White House.
And, finally, we have come to the last but not least important area: labor relations. I don't think I have to tell you about ideological infiltration of some labour unions in the USA. This is a well documented part of your history. Moscow ‘International Trade Union School,’ a KGB incubator for agents, takes care of physical infiltration of labor unions. And that is also well known (even to the CIA) in fact.

What I would like you to think about today is this: what sort of MORALITY it takes to make medical nurses leave sick and dying patients in hospital beds and walk out to strike for fifty cents an hour more in pay? OK, for a full DOLLAR more? What makes unionized electricians leave a city without power in the middle of a severe winter and let several children in “under privileged” slums freeze to DEATH? How desperate for money must a unionized truck driver be to SHOOT TO DEATH a strike-breaking colleague, father of five? Surely, each individual American, who commits these outrageously AMORAL acts is not that cruel and egocentric. And, let's face it, not THAT broke. So, why? My answer is-- IDEOLOGICAL DEMORALIZATION.

The bargaining process in American labor in many instances is no longer motivated by the desire to IMPROVE working conditions and wages. In many cases it is not bargaining at all-- it's blackmail. And in the process of the unlimited growth of union POWER, the American worker loses the only relevant and real freedom he has in his country: the freedom to choose, to work or not to work, and for how much. If an individual prefers to work for LOWER pay (and it must be his free individual choice), he often is no longer able to do so. I have just mentioned what happens to strike-breakers in America.
Add to this the untenable position unions put many employers in. Our unionized manufacterers have in large part left the country, with a few exceptions. The outrageously expensive pension packages of the UAW is a big part of what bankrupted GM. They don't care, as long as they get theirs. Unions had their place when the robber barons and the like were luring workers to their company towns and keeping them as virtual slaves. But that time has long since passed and organized labor is being used as a tool to bring down our free enterprise system.

Also, to quickly summarize demoralization, I will say that it is the laying of the foundation before the big changes occur that will radically alter the society. The use of mass psychology and mass conditioning to get the population ready for a closed society and a command economy ensures that resistance will be kept to a minimum. Demoraliztion keeps the populace in the dark about what is happening. One person here might cling on the education issue, another the labor issue, another the usurpation of private property. But no one group, and surely not the entire population will be able to see the forest for the trees and will not be able to mount up a resistance to fight the overall plan. They'll just petition the parts that they notice that are wrong. As Yuri says, they'll just laugh at petitions once they've gained full power. Demoralization is just step one in the four step process; it contains many parts that work together in harmony to undermine every area of a free society. Next step: Destablization.

All Yuri Bezmenov quotes from his booklet Love Letter to America courtesy Useless Dissident.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

San Francisco Cops take on Mom Pushing Baby Stroller - Slams Her Head into Pavement

We don't see how this arrest begins, it just starts with this mother on her knees yelling F You. (If I were being treated the same, I'd probably use every word in my vocabulary also.) Her baby stroller is visible about 3 feet away. The cops cuff her and try to push her into the police car. As any mother would, she resists while yelling, "my baby is on the street!" The cop does some sort of judo kick and she goes head first into the pavement while cuffed, so she could not break her fall. It would seemed that they knocked her completely unconscious. The heartbreaking part is hearing the little baby cry all through this video. The cops seem not to care that it is unprotected on the sidewalk of a major city.

I don't know why she was arrested, but unless she had a loaded gun in the bottom of her stroller, or was pushing her stroller with one hand and brandishing a weapon with the other, I don't see why this amount of force was used. If she was wanted on drugs, then fine, tell her she'll have to come to the station and wait for someone to come for the baby. Or better yet, arrest her at her home.

We see now why police departments are hostile to videotaping of their work, and why the internet is the enemy of those seeking more and more control.

Update: Found a news story with just a few more details. According to the article, she was a suspect in an drunken assault. I don't know if that happened shortly before her arrest, but I do know that the most dangerous place to be is between a mom and her child. Doesn't matter if the mom is drunken whorey waste of skin, if they had told her that her baby would be ok and maybe even taken it along, it may have diffused the situation. If I had been in the same situation, without drinking or drugs, I would have resisted as well, it's just instinct. The officer that kicked her cuffed on the asphalt has been reassigned to non-patrol duties.

Update: "The woman, a 40-year-old San Francisco resident, was booked on suspicion of elder abuse, child endangerment, resisting arrest and assaulting a responding paramedic, police said. Her name was not released."
Notice that the article stated she was a suspect in an assault, but she was not charged with assault. Notice also that the last two charges stem from the cops arresting her for the assault that she's not being charged with. If they're saying she was drunken around the baby and calling that child endangerment, that one thing, but if they're calling leaving a baby unattended on a sidewalk  child endangerment, that's a mockery of justice. Can you be charged with suspicion now? Either you committed elder abuse or not - hey, maybe that was the assault they're accusing her of. One thing is sure, this situation spiraled out of control.

Update: Here's another case of police officers outnumbering and attacking a citizen without due process:

Isn't it funny how there's always "more to the story" that us common folk don't know. It's like Yuri Bezmenov says, "to change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country."

Charles Lindburgh, Sr. with Advice for Today

I have recently discovered a book by Congressman Charles Lindbergh Sr, entitled, Why is Your Country at War? Congressman Lindbergh was the Ron Paul of his time, calling out the hoax of the Federal Reserve:
"To cause high prices, all the Federal Reserve Board will do will be to lower the re-discount rate..., producing an expansion of credit and a rising stock market; then when ... business men are adjusted to these conditions, it can check ... prosperity in mid career by arbitrarily raising the rate of interest. It can cause the pendulum of a rising and falling market to swing gently back and forth by slight changes in the discount rate, or cause violent fluctuations by a greater rate variation and in either case it will possess inside information as to financial conditions and advance knowledge of the coming change, either up or down. This is the strangest, most dangerous advantage ever placed in the hands of a special privilege class by any Government that ever existed. The system is private, conducted for the sole purpose of obtaining the greatest possible profits from the use of other people's money. They know in advance when to create panics to their advantage, They also know when to stop panic. Inflation and deflation work equally well for them when they control finance."
Is that not the history of the past 100 years of monetary history? Anyhow, I found the following excerpt from the book especially germane to our current political situation:

It makes since then that the TEA Party not only angers Democrats, but scares the fool out of RINOs as well. As we see our nation under the tyrannical grip of these progressives, the voting public is rapidly finding out who the true patriots are. Note: They are not Lindsey Graham, Dick Lugar, Bob Corker, John McCain, Lamar Alexander, Olympia Snowe, Susan Collins, etc. These people do not want to submit to our leadership. They do not want to serve, but want to dictate, through oh so paternalistic language what is best for the bankster overlords that guarantee them lucrative corporate board positions and lobbyist jobs when and if they eventually retire us peasants. I don't think these people will ever sully themselves to act on our behalf.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Latest Ramsey Ad

Calling them out- hope this helps us Ramsey supporters close the gap. Most people don't start paying attention until early voting, so this ad will help make it plain for them.

Lies the Government Told You - Andrew Nepalitano Video

Here's a link to the first part of an interview between Andrew Nepalitano and Ralph Nader. It doesn't allow embedding, so you'll have to go there and then continue to watch each part, but it is well worth it. Judge N is consistent with the Constitution on all his views, which means he'll anger both the left and right. The scariest part came when he said we're only 2 -3 crises away from a police state. It also dovetails with the recent American Spectator article about our ruling class.

The Money Masters - Must See Video

This video, referred to me a certain independent candidate for Tennessee Governor, Samuel Duck, is an education. You need a notepad and a pen and be prepared to write down some notes. This video would also be good to show older homeschoolers.

It lays out the history of the financial system of the US and the role of central banking throughout. It was made in 1996 and warned that a huge depression was coming. I particularly liked the quotes from famous Americans, you know the kind that will never make it into the textbooks.  I've shown on this blog that textbooks are written by the "Establishment", which is paid for by these central bankers. I also liked how the video related Jesus' attitude toward money changers as the only time he was ever violent on the earth. The love of money is the root of all evil, as the Good Book says. Ok, no more spoilers, here's The Money Masters - it's 3 1/2 hours long, so you'll have to watch it in stages. Enjoy!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

I Guess I'm Not the Only One Who Used Mapping

I can't seem to get an embed, so here is the link to the original JP Morgan map as found in the Pujo Committee hearings. This committee was set up to investigate the money trust in 1912. You see, people had noticed that the free enterprise wasn't so free anymore. With the monopolists hogging many of the markets using corporation law and more shady maneuvers, the public demanded an investigation. Ironically this led to the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, which unknown to most people at the time was drafted by the very people that they thought the Reserve would rein in. Anyway, the Pujo Committee grilled JP Morgan pretty hard, and his family claimed that was what caused the heart attack that killed him. The Pujo Committee records are available on my roll under X-files.

Richard Land Needs to Read His Bible

In a recent Politico article, Southern Baptist big shot, Richard Land said of amnesty for illegals:
First and foremost, it’s a kingdom issue, and, second, it’s a moral issue, “We have hundreds of thousands of Hispanic Southern Baptists and many of them are undocumented. … It’s no secret that we practice aggressive evangelism. Many of these people were converted after they got here.”
 Newsflash, Dr. Land, national sovereignty is important to God.  There are a lot of dry passages in the Old Testament where He painstakingly describes the boundaries of the Promised Land as well as each tribe's portion. It's great that we're reaching Hispanics for Christ, but that doesn't mean that our established law no longer applies. He then goes on to equivocate in the article that Hispanics will turn out to be easier to Americanize.

“Realistically, I think it is probably more politically feasible to do this because the overwhelming majority of the people that we’re talking about come from a European civilization,” said Land. “It would be more problematic if we had 12 [million] to 14 million undocumented people and they were either Oriental or Islamic. … Whether that is right or wrong, I’m just giving you a realistic political calculation.”
 Consider Acts 17:26:
And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;
Mexico is a dangerous place these days and the Gospel is more easily accepted by those under hardship. I would like less political calculation out of SBC leaders, and more consideration of the times in which we live. Forces are at work to disintegrate national sovereignty by making borders meaningless. This lines up with what the Bible prophesies as the One World Government. Why such an education theologian as Richard Land can't see that is beyond me. For anyone interested, I have an End-Times Scriptures tab at the top with a special intro by Sir Isaac Newton himself. I also have on the left roll, Unveiling the End Times in Our Times by Dr. Adrian Rogers, most of it is free on Google Books.

So anyone want to take three guesses as to what other organization Dr. Richard Land belongs to? Check it out below the fold.

Monday, July 19, 2010

What's the Big Deal with the Bilderbergs?

Last month the Bilderberg group got together to discuss whatever it is they discuss. Some dismiss them outright and say their meeting is not big deal - like Glenn Beck, who is employed by Bilderberger Rupert Murdoch. Others say they are at the top of everything that's going on, from the debt bubble to eroding national sovereignty. In my quest to make sense of it all, I mapped out the Bilderberg group on the National Names Database Mapper tool. I also included on the map, the big bailout companies, global non-profits, the NRCC, NRSC, DNCC, DNSC, as well as key government positions. Here is the link so you can explore it for yourself.

as always, double click for a clearer view.

If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.
If you know yourself but not the enemy,  for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat.
If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.

--Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Demoralization of Everyday Life - Population/Land Use

As Dale Peterson famously pointed out, family farmers are losing their farms. Meanwhile, the federal government owns more land than ever before.
Note that our Senator Majority Leader, Harry Reid is from Nevada, which looks to be nearly totally owned be the feds.

Also consider that when you cannot grow your own food, you a have a degree of dependence on those who produce foodstuff. 1920 was the first year that more people lived in cities than in the country. Keep in mind, too, that many of our cities have tougher gun laws than the rest of the country. NYC Mayor Michael Bloomburg came up with the Mayors Against Guns Program, which would not target illegal guns (how can you target things on the black market anyway?) but make more hoops for law-abiding gun owners to jump through.

Yuri makes the point that controlling where people live has a lot to do with mass psychology:
Very briefly on population distribution: urbanization and “de-landization” (the taking away of private land) is the greatest threat to American nationhood. Why? Because the poor farmer often is a greater PATRIOT than an affluent dweller of a large congested American city. Communists know this very well. The Soviets keep a very tight control over the size of their cities by the system of 'police registration of residence' called 'propiska.’ They know perfectly well that the farmer will fight an invader until last bullet ON HIS LAND. “Underprivileged” or urbanized masses on the other hand, may feel like meeting an invader with flowers and red banners. ALIENATION of people from privately-owned land is one of the very important methods of DEMORALIZATION.

If writing this today, I think Yuri would definately bring up how the federal government is attempting to control water usage in the Western states in order to deliberately drive private farmers out of business through the Clean Water Restoration Act .  He might even say that the intercontinental highway system may be designed to isolate certain segments of the population. If you've ever traveled on pre-intersate highways, you've seen the abandoned towns and businesses by the wayside. Changing the infrastructure of our country will also change our land use.

All Yuri Bezmenov quotes come from his pamphlet, "Love Letter to America" via Useless Dissident.

Friday, July 16, 2010

I'm not sure if this is on TV or if this is web only, but it is a powerful ad. Last year, the legislature expanded the areas to where you could carry guns - to state and national parks. Here is the scornful article from the New York Times. Anyway, I think it's a powerful ad.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Bill Haslam Parody - I've Collected All Three! Update: Got 2

Priceless. Hurry up and watch it because Has has his lawyers on the case pulling these off Youtube as fast as they go up. Update: Dailymotion's got it up!
Update: Haslam pulled it from Dailymotion - I think he might be Sunquist 2.0
Update: SayUncle has found them on yet another video sharing site. So share this with as many people as possible or copy it before they take it down again.

For those of you outside Tennessee, Bill Haslam is the Establishment choice for Governor. He's been associated with Bloomberg's Cities without Guns program, red light cameras, sustainability, and associated RINO malarkey. He has broken all spending records for a state-wide primary.

Our other options are Zach Wamp, who voted for TARP, 'nuff said?
And Ron Ramsey, who is running on a platform of defending our state from federal government power-grabs. He is the Tea Party Endorsed candidate - so if anyone is interested in helping out, check out Ramsey for Governor to see how you can help. He's running behind because unlike the other two, he actually had to work for nine months out the last year, being Lt. Gov and all,  while the others were traipsing around to fundraisers.

This one is a little bit below the belt, but, hey, if that's as mean as it gets, that's pretty tame:

Martial Law - Some thoughts..

A lot of people are wondering, can the government make me _______?

Let's just look at what is already on file with regard to martial law here in the United States.
The first plan in recent memory is Operation Garden Plot. Under the Freedom of Information Act, the 1978 version has recently been released. You may find it here and peruse.

Frank Morales, who has more analysis of Operation Garden Plot here says its purpose is:
The elite military/corporate sponsors of Garden Plot have their reasons for civil disturbance contingency planning. Lets' call it the paranoia of the thief. Their rationale is simple: self-preservation. Fostering severe and targeted "austerity", massive inequality and unbridled greed, while shifting more and more billions to the generals and the rich, the de-regulated "entities of force" and their interlocking corporate directors know quite well what their policies are engendering, namely, a growing resistance. Consequently, they are systematically organizing to protect their interests, their profits, and their criminal conspiracies. To this end, they are rapidly consolidating an infrastructure of repression designed to "suppress rebellion" against their "authority". Or more conveniently put, to suppress "rebellion against the authority of the United States." And so, as the Pentagon Incorporated increases its imperialist violence around the world, the chickens have indeed come home to roost here in America in the form of a national security doctrine obsessed with domestic "insurgency" and the need to pre-emptively neutralize it. Its' code-name: "Garden Plot".
 Operation Garden Plot was used during 9/11 and during the 1992 race riots in Los Angeles. Homeland Security is now in charge of these contingency plans and implementation.

I'm going to link to an Infowars article, because I want you to pay attention to a link in it. Why don't I just link it myself? Well, when I read the pdf, it said you can't link without specific permission, and you can't reproduce the document in pdf form without written authorization. I'm like, gee, maybe I don't want to get on their list right away. But check out any of the links to the RAND corporation policy papers. You see, our legislators aren't actually bothered to write our laws. Did you ever stop to think that the sheer size and volume of legislation coming out Washington DC could not be produced by the few hundred Congressmen and Senators we have? Legislation comes out of these think tanks and non-profit foundations, the lawmakers just sign their names. Remember Pelosi saying we have to pass the bill in order to find out what is in it?

So what is the RAND corporation and why are they paying people to figure out plans to control civil unrest in the US. If you follow the link to the document I glanced at, you'll see that it was published in 2009 under a contract for the  U.S. Army’s Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute. It is entitled, "A Stability Police Force for the United States".  At the beginning of the conclusion section, the report says that foreign troops may be an option for shoring up a Stability Police Force. The report is written as though it's referring to overseas missions.  If you were to ask, I'm sure that's what they'd say. But the National Guard has been doing some suspicious maneuvers in Illinois with the Polish Army, in New York, under the auspices of drug crime enforcement, and we have 7000 Marines going to Costa Rica with 42 warships and no one knows why.  I thought Obama was going to cut down on the military, but it seems to be ramping up to something.

So what is the RAND corporation and who's in it? It stands for Research and Development and grew out of Douglas Aircraft advising the government. Currently, half of its research is military-related. They also research social policy as well. You probably guessed I made a map of RAND - it's just too much fun not to - explore this map for yourself here.
click to enlarge, but may need to use link above.

Other thoughts, the only people in this country that don't have unregistered guns are the criminals. If they do come after gun owners, they've already got all your info. All I've got to say is Oathkeepers is a great idea.

Worldview Revolution

Brannon House at Worldview Weekedend explains how we are in this middle of an ongoing revolution of ideas. He even mentions Yuri!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

McGraw Hll, A Case Study

I have  a map that shows whose on the board at McGraw-Hill, the famous textbook company that writes many of our children's schoolbooks. I did not bother to include which campaign these executives and board members donated to because it would make the map less clear. I'll just say it was not uncommon for them to give to both Bush and Kerry, DNC and RNC, etc.

To explore this map further, click here. You might discover something new or have some special insight.

Pay special attention to the Council on Foreign Relations, The Carnegie Institute for Peace, the World Bank, etc. Also look for bailout banks like Citigroup (anything with cit on the front of it, is a Rockefeller bank). These are the people who are guiding the narrative in our classrooms. These are the people telling public school kids that they must be prepared to become global citizens, the earth is fragile, and you can talk your way out of conflict, etc. We often talk of indoctrination, I've just given you the names of the indoctrinators. Don't tell me they don't know what's going on in their books. I realize McGraw-HIll is a huge corporation, but if you're mass producing school-books that give only scant mention of George Washington and use fear to manipulate kids into believing the lies of radical environmentalism, they can't claim ignorance when they sit on the board and are knowingly wielding that much power over the youth of America.

Mom Rages against the Machine - Cedra Crenshaw Takes on Corrupt Chicago

Learn more at

Cendra gets a mention on Hannity by Mr. Breitbart:

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Quote of the Day

Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of a day; but a series of oppressions, begun at a distinguished period, and pursued unalterably through every change of ministers, too plainly prove a deliberate, systematical plan of reducing a people to slavery.
--Thomas Jefferson, Notes on British America, 1774

Consider the last 60 years of presidential elections, from an old WND article:

In 1952 and 1958, Adlai Stevenson and Dwight Eisenhower were members of the Council on Foreign Relations.
In 1960, both John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon were members.
In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson was not a member. Neither was his opponent, Barry Goldwater. But Johnson had already staffed his administration with plenty of insiders.
In 1968, it was Nixon versus club member Hubert H. Humphrey.
In 1972, it was Nixon again against Democratic Party CFR member George McGovern.
In 1976, it was CFR Republican Gerald Ford losing to CFR Democrat Jimmy Carter.
In 1980, Ronald Reagan was not a member, but his running mate, George H.W. Bush, was. So were both of his opponents – Carter and independent John Anderson. Assuming office, however, Reagan quickly named 313 CFR members to his team.
In 1984, another CFR member, Walter Mondale, was nominated by the Democratic Party to challenge Reagan.
In 1988, CFR member Bush took on CFR member Michael Dukakis.
In 1992, Bush was challenged by an obscure governor from Arkansas, Bill Clinton, who won the "trifecta" by being a member of the CFR, Trlateral Commission and Bilderberg Group. He was also a Rhodes scholar – another favored credential of the worldwide elite.
In 1996, Clinton was challenged by CFR member Bob Dole.
In 2000, CFR member Al Gore ran against non-member George W. Bush, but his running mate, Dick Cheney, was.
In 2004, Bush was challenged by CFR member John Kerry.
Not sure about 2008 candidates, but know that Obama's administration is chock full of CFR members.

I'm working on a map of CFR, it's going to take awhile as there are over 1000 nodes to deal with. I think it will be very enlightening. CFR members are more heavily concentrated in the State, Treasury and Defense departments and infest the federal reserve system. It's becoming more apparent to me that our country is actually controlled by a few hundred people, many of which are unelected, who have absolute disdain for the American way of life.

Go ahead, throw your vote away!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Demoralization of Everyday Life - Race

Up next in our excursion into subversion, is the manipulation of racial and ethnic politics for the purpose of the old divide and conquer routine. Here again, our host Yuri Bezmenov tells us how this technique was used and brutally implemented in communist Russia.

Racial and ethnic interrelations is one of the most vulnerable areas for demoralization. There is not a single Communist country where racial groups are 'equal' and enjoy as much freedom to develop themselves culturally and economically as in America. Actually, there are not too many “capitalist” countries where ethnic minorities have it as good as in the USA. I have been to many countries of the world and I can state to you, my dear Americans, that your society is the least discriminatory. The Communist 'solution' for racial problem is 'final': they simply murder those who are different AND stubbornly insist on remaining different. Stalin played with whole populations of 'ethnics'-- 'resettling' Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians in Siberia, relocating Crimean Tartars from the tropics to permafrost and Koreans from the Far East to the Kazakhstan deserts. But unfortunately, an 'average' American never recalls these commonly known facts when his attention is drawn to domestic 'racial discrimination' issues by those who profess 'racial harmony' along the socialist principle guidelines. Why? Simple: because American 'race discrimination fighters' NEVER MENTION these facts. If the USA were located on a separate planet from the Communists, I would probably agree with Martin Luther King when he said that “America is a racist country.’ But when these statements are made on THIS planet and in THE MOST INTEGRATED NATION IN THE WORLD, I say to your 'fighters for racial equality': you are hypocrites and instruments (even if unwilling) of DEMORALIZATION.

The American traditional solution of racial and ethnic problems is slow but efficient: the 'melting pot' which raises the less developed groups to a HIGHER level. It has worked for more than a century of American history and created the most harmonious and productive nation on Earth. The present day 'solution' to racial inequality is borrowed from Communist mythology: EQUALITY of all racial and ethnic groups LEGISLATED by the government and ENFORCED by state bureaucracies. We know perfectly well that neither races nor INDIVIDUALS are equal, in every respect. We know that every nation and race has its peculiar character, abilities, traditions, mentality, and ability to learn and its individual PACE OF DEVELOPMENT. By mimicking the Soviet 'national policy' of equality America simply erases the distinct racial characteristics that have made this country great.
The false cry of racism is a non-issue. Remember, we studied non-issues a while back. For every non-issue there is an equal and opposite issue. If racism is not the issue, what is? Division, and hopefully a little resentment and even anger will be ginned up. Liberals wait with their fingers crossed wishing that someone will be angry enough to do something crazy. That would make the perfect pretext for some more heavy-handed legislation.

 The race card is getting pretty worn and tattered, and those of us who don't play with it can easily identify when it's being held and played.  I think most Americans are getting pretty sick of it. Yuri makes a great point that America is exceptional among the countries of the world for our racial tolerance. The blacks of this country have been mistreated and continue to be mistreated.  I support reparations for blacks, not for slavery, but because they have been the targets of social engineering. Those responsible have deep enough pockets to provide those reparations. It is not any mistake that the black family has been destroyed. I know for a fact that the government welfare officials target black churches to promote the latest "program". This is done after a "disbandment ceremony" as not to affect the 501(c). I could start a whole 'nother blog that did nothing but detail how this group has been experimented upon, used and abused. Instead I'll link to the trailer of what must be an awesome documentary, called Maafsa 21; I saw this at Mommylife.

Check out the Maafsa 21 link on my roll under X-files, and click on podcast. There you will find a Living in Black Radio interview with the producer of this documentary. Guess what? The people who funded and orchestrated the progressive agenda in the early 20th century are also mentioned as accomplices in reducing the black population.

Currently, I think Yuri would comment that the New Black Panthers and the DoJ's blind eye regarding their doings fits perfectly into the plan of causing division. I think it's a testament to how tolerant America really is that they have to go to this level to try to keep the racial rhetoric in the media.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Rule 5 Sunday

Adrienne's Corner links up to the Daily Gator's exhaustive list of useless federal agencies to be gotten rid of without us even missing them.

Caught Him with a Corndog is rallying support for the ban on the drilling moratorium.

Maggie's Notebook is on the same page as myself, highlighting how police officers in Gulf Shores protecting BP back down when you ask for their supervisor.

At Bread Upon the Waters, an analysis of Philadelphia ACORN and the Department of "Justice".

At Get Along Home, we are discussing the "dirty little secrets" of homeschooling.

Spunky Homeschool exposes the dangers of a national curriculum. Even if you don't homeschool, this is an important issue that will affect you.

Congratulations to the McCain family on the nuptials of their 21-year-old daughter. Atta girl Kennedy! 

That wasington Rebel, the Irish Cicero, has a great post, "We're Fluxed?" All's I got to say is, Larry McDonald was right.

Weird Al was in town recently, but I didn't make it, so I'll compensate with this fun little ditty:

Repeal It All! - The Definitive List

I saw this great article entitled Progress to the Precipice via Vox Day. You should read the whole thing. Professor Miller traces the march of Progressivism through the years and explains how the Progressive agenda "refounded" our country on a set of principles other than those of the Constitution. If you have read or skimmed the Deliberate Dumbing Down of America (link to the left), you will recognize some of the names in this essay.
Our debt crisis, in sum, has everything to do with the transformation of morality and government effected by the late-19th- and early-20th-century Progressive movement. Far from being largely ineffectual reformers, the Progressive academics who articulated the new conception of Freedom and the “positive” State, outlined above, were also the initiators of the entitlement programs that lie at the core of our crisis today. How Americans ultimately decide to resolve this crisis — by reining in spending or meekly submitting to far higher taxes — will serve either to revitalize the Founders’ conception of freedom, and the idea of limited government that flows from it, or seriously accelerate America’s century-long slide into the “overlordship” of Progressivism.

We hear a lot of talk about how we'll repeal Obamacare, but I think we shouldn't stop there, but push to REPEAL IT ALL. What does REPEAL IT ALL entail? It's all about going back to the root of the problem, the Progressive Agenda and getting rid of it. Even if Obamacare gets repealed, we still have to address the unfunded liabilities of Medicare and Social Security, not to mention all of the areas that the federal government has wound its unholy tendrils.

Let's start at the beginning:

Why Are 7,000 Marines and 46 Warships Going to Costa Rica?

Costa Rica ranks high in the international rankings set forth by that preeminant global body, the UN.

According to Scott Oliver at We Love Costa

On the 2nd July 2010 the Costa Rica Congress authorized the entry of 46 U.S. warships capable of carrying 200 helicopters and warplanes, plus 7,000 U.S. Marines "who may circulate the country in uniform without any restrictions", plus submarine killer ships to the Costa Rican coast for "anti-narcotics operations and humanitarian missions' between 1st July 2010 until 31st December 2010.
 Thing is, Costa Rica doesn't  have a huge drug problem compared to other Latin American countries.  It seems like a pretty lame pretext to me. Any ideas as to what's up with this?

Video from the Gulf

I saw this via Infowars, Marguerite Cravatt is a Gulf native who captured a very interesting incident involving an ambulance and a Gulf Shores police officer. I heard Lindsey Williams, author of The Energy Non-Crisis, say that his sources tell him that this well is under at least 20,000 psi. A normal well is under an average of 1500 psi, to give you a reference. He also says that volatile gases are coming out along with the oil. Chemicals like Hydrogen Sulfide, Benzene, and other VOCs.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Demoralization of Everyday Life - Health

Continuing our journey through the subversion process, we come to how the everyday health of citizens can be a tool to take down a country. Again, here is Yuri Bezmenov, ex-KGB agent who specialized in propoganda enlightening us (written circa 1982):

Very similar methods are being used in the area of medical and health services and sports, (as part of an activity meant to keep the population healthy). By encouraging 'professionalism' in spectator sports rather than encouraging individual sports participation, America enfeebles herself as a nation. Most American adults who 'love sports' watch TV sports programs, while munching pretzels with their beer, and NOT taking physical participation in sports activity. Unlike in the USSR, sports is not a COMPULSORY part of elementary education in America. Impressive victories of Soviet athletes at international competitions further facilitate the IDEAS OF THE SUPREMACY of SOCIALISM in the area of public health, thus convincing more and more Americans of the need to emulate the Soviet system and introduce it into the American schools.
How true is that! I really can 't add more to that, except to say that back in the 1950s, PE class was an everyday thing in high school, not the one semester of required health that is now commonplace. Isn't it ironic that the social planners who are probably responsible for the dramatic cutbacks in PE (cuts into indoctrination time), are now saying kids need to get more active.

What many Americans do not realize, is that what they see on their TV screens is not REAL Soviet sport. The majority of the USSR population is not 'athletic' at all; they are sick from the lack of correct nutrition and alcoholism. Soviet athletes are state-created exceptions to the general national deterioration in the USSR.
A similar myth is being promoted in the U.S. about 'free health care' in the USSR. While working in Moscow, accompanying numerous foreign delegations and showing them 'regular' medical facilities in clinics and kolkhos hospitals, my guests did not all realize that I was taking them to specially prepared 'exclusive' medical establishments, 'only for the eyes of foreigners.’ When I arranged interviews with Soviet doctors, telling my guests about the 'glorious achievements' of Soviet surgery, some of them had no way of checking if these 'achievements' were available to USSR collective farmers or workers in Siberia. They are not. And many Americans know about this, although they have never visited my old country. Yet the tendency of U.S. bureaucrats is to enlarge the state-run medicare, despite the fact that, as shown in the USSR and elsewhere, socialized medicine is sub-standard, less efficient, and most definitely less progressive than privately owned and operated medical facilities within a properly functioning free market system.
In high school, I read Alexander Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward. That book will explain to you why health care is an oxymoron in a socialistic system.  It's more like controlled "death care".

Demoralization in the area of food CONSUMPTION patterns is also effective in the introduction of such things as 'junk foods.’ No, KGB agents do not put chemicals into American food and drink. It is done by some American mega-monopolies who operate along the same principles as Soviet 'Obshchepit' (Public Food Service): they look at consumers as 'units of consumers,’ not individuals. Abolishing freely competing SMALL food companies, who HAD TO TREAT YOU INDIVIDUALLY to survive economically, these giants of indigestion artificially CREATE consumers' tastes and demands which may not be in the interests of your health but surely in the interests of the monopoly profit. And here I tend to agree, at least in part, with America's Ralph Naders, and consumer protection groups, although I do not share their ideas on the solution of the problem.

The fact that over half (51%) of American food is being imported is a great cause for alarm. We have the land and resources to be able to feed ourselves. There is no reason for this unless you deliberately want America not be self-sustainable. The fact that a lot of the food that is produced in the US is owned by mega-corporations like Archer Daniels Midland, ConAgra, and Monsanto should also give one pause. When anything is centralized by human hands, you know that it will not end well. I'm not a health food nut, but the expanding size of my family has caused me to cut down on the junk food. We're all better off for it. Remember to eat to live, not live to eat. So is there a conspiracy to control us all with food? You will find those in both political camps who claim evidence to that fact.  I've mapped below a few of the biggest ag companies, probably left out some key ones, but pay attention to who is on the board at these companies:
double click to enlarge. I put the obligatory CFR on there because they have people on the board of everything. To explore this map further, click here.

So what is up with making America a more unhealthy nation? The goal is enfeebled masses who are too lazy, apathetic, and depressed to take action or resist the coming tyranny. The one thing I think Yuri would have added had he written this today would be the advent of psychotropic drugs handed out like candy. In the book of Revelation, it talks of there being sorcery in the end times. Everyone, until recently, just brushed that aside as figurative. But the greek word that sorcery is translated from is pharmakeia, where we get our word pharmacy. World Net Daily had an article awhile back explaining how 99% of those committing crazed mass shootings (Columbine, Virginia Tech, Andrea Yates, etc.) were on these psych drugs. Apparantly the biggest danger is when you just go on or off the medication. Couple that with the fact that millions of American children are subjected to controlled substances like Ritalin and Stratera. I have not researched the origins of medicating children outside of mental institutions, but I'm sure it would be revealing. I would not be surprised if certain universities and social planners came up in the process. Oh, and by the way, if a kid can play a video game for hours on end, they don't have ADD.

 All quotes from Yuri Bezmenov are taken from his pamphlet, "Love Letter to America" via Useless Dissident.
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