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

Monday, October 31, 2011

The Herman Cain Scandal

So if you read Drudge, you've already heard something about Herman and some sort of harassment scandal while he was a lobbyist for the National Restaurant Association. I know, just when you thought you've heard all about Herman, you go and find out he was a lobbyist. It just keeps getting better. This calls for a bulleted list to get our minds around this guy:

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Banking History

If you're like me, you don't naturally pick up economic lingo. Found this great little video at TN Sons of Liberty that takes you through the last 150 years of banking and how it has changed. Banks are not about the free market. I hear a lot of conservatives screaming about the free market and liberals occupying Wall Street. Both sides don't seem to be aware that the banking industry is NOT the free market. Lots of great analogies to help you understand it all in this video:

Friday, October 28, 2011

The Real Newt Gingrich

Mr. McManus of the much maligned JBS tells you all about it. Take notes and verify what he says. 

 While Gingrich talks like a conservative, this enlightening video will illustrate that Newt's actions in his political career suggest he his more of a communist than anything else. I'm not trying to be dramatic, it is what it is. It's time to face it. The man has done a lot to move along Agenda 21 by using his position to facilitate Federal land grabs.
And let me say in this regard that there is no elected official who has done a greater job of bringing to public attention the very serious problems raised by the operations of the Federal Reserve than Texas Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul. We all owe him a debt of gratitude for focusing our attention on the very real erosion of American freedom and prosperity caused by the actions of the Federal Reserve.

--Newt Gingrich on Ron Paul

Thursday, October 27, 2011

When I Stopped Listening to Rush Limbaugh

This is a story of my own personal odyssey through American politics. I'll start at the beginning, which would have been when I started listening to Rush. I was a typical latchkey kid living in the sticks with nothing but staticy network TV reception. This would have been around 1992, so the internet wasn't quite in the house yet, that would come a couple of years later. I was 12 years old and had discovered the wonders of AM radio. I left it on talk radio all day long, and the rantings of Rush Limbaugh became my soap opera. I listened with rapt attention to all of the scandals happening in our nation's capital. It was outrageous. I was probably one of just a handful of teeny-boppers who could tell you about the missing FBI  files, the wronged women Clinton abused, Vince Foster (no powder burns in mouth; no footprints around the body!),  Hillarycare, the Commerce Secretary felled from the air, etc. I'll tell you right now this stuff blew my mind. Why didn't anyone care?

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Busy Busy Busy

If it seems like I've been out of pocket, it's because I've been moving myself, kids, cats, and stuff across the state. Going to go clean out the old house today, but while I'm gone, leaving you with some consistant Paul:

And did Rick Santorum just admit that Ron Paul has a deep understanding of foreign policy?
Starts at 11:00.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Herman Cain: Globalist RINO Statist

Ouch. That's kinda harsh I can sense some of you saying. Let me just lay out the reasons. Several weeks back, I posted a piece where I was befuddled at the supposed Tea Party support of TARP supporter Cain. Most of these simple souls have absolutely no clue what his positions on the various issues are, or what his philosophy is. Truth be known, he doesn't really seem to have a coherent philosophy, but rather a demagoguery that rings the collective conservative Pavlovian bells. Let's just go through the issues:

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

How Great Leaders Inspire Action

This little mini-lecture by Simon Sanek is a great way of visualizing trends and how things change. You could apply what this guy says to all sorts of things. What is most interesting is the "tipping point". When approximately 15% of the population becomes engaged in something new, that thing starts to catch on. Let's hope the renewed interest in the Constitution and the rule of law is getting a hard core following, causing the rest of the country to join us.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Money Trust Octopus 1912

Got this great picture from this guy who got it from this book. This came out one year before the Federal Reserve Act was passed. If a picture tells a thousand words, then this one explains everything that is wrong with our country. The social deterioration has been deliberately planned and executed through the tax-exempt foundations which are financed by the private syndicate tentacles. We see that the banks and the factories, or today the corporations, have morphed into the servants of the private syndicate. That's what part of the octopus the Occupy Wall Street are seeing. Conservatives, however only seem to see the tentacles that are in the government, causing the government to spend more money. They think that it is stupid commies pushing for this spending, not realizing that when government needs more money, it just causes the Fed to belch more money into being. Then through exclusive contracts, that money makes its way back to the private syndicate through the factory. You guys do remember that Michael Chertoff made out like a bandit with the naked body scanners, right? Through it all, the family farms are not included in the grand scheme, and are to be replaced exclusively with corporate farms owned by the syndicate. That's what all these raids and overpowering regulation are about. You see regulation is the poison this octopus uses to kill off its competition. The large corporations attached to the biggest tentacles are exempt from the regulations, while anyone who dare "compete" with them will be regulated to oblivion.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Cain on the Housing Bubble

This says a lot:

Who's the ignorant one, Mr. Cain? It seems like he dismisses everyone that doesn't agree with him as ignorant or not knowing enough about it. Instead of listening to others, especially about the Fed, he responds with "I does not care!" Well, Mr. Cain, some of us deeply care that trillions of dollars are being loaned out to foreign countries, some of which include Muslim countries which we are also told to be very afraid of. East Asia has always been at war with Oceania.

Anyway, I would also like to point out that unlike Mr. Cain, Ron Paul has actually run a small business. At his medical practice, he had to make payroll and deal with overhead and such. Now I can hear some of you screaming that Mr. Cain was the CEO of Godfather's pizza. Mr. Cain, for pretty much of his entire adult life, was an employee of a corporation. The CEO is an employee of the shareholders. Working as an employee, especially in a large corporation is a totally different ball of wax than being a small business person.  In a large corporation, you get to focus on just one area or task and don't have to be bothered with the big picture. If your corporation is big enough, you get sweetheart tax deals that the small businessman doesn't enjoy.

So when the mother of all bubbles hit, who do you think will able to deal with it in a pro-Constitutional way? Which of the candidates is actually developing contingency plans to keep our civil liberties secure through it all?

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Rule 5 Sunday Detox Link Up

Giving you some uplift amongst the smoldering ruins of Western Civilization.

Adrienne exposes "Catholic" pro-aborts and the obvious lack of excommunication. It's time for the Catholic church to support the unborn in word AND in deed.

Quite Rightly asks what would Jane Addams think of the Wall Street squalor?

Bunkerville has a piece on progressive foreign policy in action - in Uganda. There must be yet another threat to our "interests"!

Common Cents has the explosive summary of Pat Buchanan's new book, Suicide of a Superpower. Pat Buchanan has run on the Reform Party ticket and is critical of the Establishment. He's a righteous dude, imo.

Jim at Conservative on Fire, tries to keep things positive. Good advice. Like Chuck Baldwin says, Duty is ours, Results are God's.

At Don't Tread on Us, Trestin says take the mote out of your own eye before calling those on the left useful idiots. None of us are immune from being used.

The Sacred Sandwich
Flyover Pilgrim shares some humor on love and dogs.

Freedom by the Way is screaming Stop  the Madness!!!
Sounds like a proponent to my "Repeal it All Plan" (word is Ron Paul will be announcing something similar very soon!)

The writers at GoldmanSachs666  are dishing on Corruption and Goldman Sachs.
Lest you think that corporations are as pure as the wind-driven snow...

Maggie's Notebook is covering the ongoing Marco Rubio early Florida primary scandal, broken by blogging reporter, Stacy McCain.

The Mind Numbed Robot makes the point that The Soul Who Forsakes God Wanders a Barren Landscape.

Mary at North Face Search links to antisemitism within the Occupy Wall Street ranks.

Brian at Six Meat Buffet, says Fret Not, America with on the scene coverage of the Gibson Guitar Rally.

Something You Might Like gives you a quick run-down on Keynesian economics and a Henry Hazlitt lesson.

The Classic Liberal says Teach Your Children How Government Works with a little help from the late Joe Sobran.

Stacy McCain is doing some intense journalism regarding the shifting around of dates in the early primaries. It's the RINOS of Florida at work yet again, but Marco Rubio, a known early FL primary supporter, disavows all knowledge. Greeting from the Future Ambassador of Vanuatu!

The Right Way shouts out to Hank Jr.

Terry at Thought and Freedom speaks out against our insane intellectual property laws, a pet peave of my husband, also a software programmer. It's so messed up, but Terry has some "thoughts" on the matter.

The Tennessee Sons of Liberty call out Candidate McCain on his dismal gun control stance. He says that while the Feds can't regulate guns the state can. This puts him to the left of the NRA and every American who knows that the 2nd Amendment is your gun license. BTW, Justice Sotomayor held this very same position during her confirmation hearings. 

Vox Day points out Incompetence the Art of War. I find it telling that many conservatives will freak out over some public mismanagement, but when our war machine screws up and kills innocent people, they act like nothing has happened. Consistency is the arrow that points to true integrity.

TL at Washington Rebel says take down your American flag and put up the Gadsen in There's No Glory in Ol' Glory.

Cindy at Get Along Home is trusting in God's Provision as her medical coverage ain't covering like it used to. Go subscribe or give as you are led.

Sentry Journal says we're being played. I don't agree with the whole analysis, but that's why I have my own blog.

Silverfiddle at Western Hero declare Obama's Brain Trust Dead.

Always on Watch shares a musical interlude for Autumn.

Kid at Diary of a Right Wing Pussycat tells you to suck it up!

Reaganite Republican features the slaughter of black Libyans by the "freedom fighters". Hate to tell him this kind of thing has been going on for a long, long time as the legion of ex-CIA, intelligence, and military will attest.

Teresa's America presents the History of the US Navy, especially during the Revolution.  John  Adams would be turning in his grave if he knew it was now billing itself as a force for "global good".

The Country Thinker writes on Rand Paul's national Right to Work law. A much needed piece of legislation.

Fuzzy Logic says eternal vigilance is the price of freedom. Break out of your conditioning!

Thy pomp is brought down to the grave, and the noise of thy viols: the worm is spread under thee, and the worms cover thee. How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:     
---Isaiah 14:11-13

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Ron Paul Takes it all Back to the Bible

Here is the Ron Paul speech at the Values Voter Summit, whose straw poll he also won. He takes all of the issues in our country and runs it through God's Word. I think it's a powerful speech that makes a distinction between doing what's right and being made to do what's right.

Part 2:

Do you want liberty, or do you long for a king? I love how he is the only candidate that lists homeschooling as an issue on his website. Ronald Reagan not following through on his promise to repeal the Department of Education is a major factor in Ron Paul leaving the Republican party 25 years ago. You can pass all the laws you want, if the morality doesn't change, you won't have an impact. Morality is taught in the family, not the government. Outstanding.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Greenspan Says Burn Down Excess Houses - Schiff Eviscerates

Peter Schiff  points out how stupid Alan Greenspan actually is. The guy played a huge part in taking down our economy. Peter also relates this looney idea with its New Deal predecessor. He also adds loads of commons sense and marvels that Alan Greenspan could say all this with a straight face. This is even more humorous given that Herman Cain said he liked Greenspan better than any other Fed chairman of the past 40 years. So after inflating the housing bubble over a period of 20 years, he says blow up the darn houses! bwahaha!

h/t Daily Paul

The Alan Greenspan map for your reference. Did you know he was married to Andrea Mitchell? He sure likes to go to these Roasts. A Trilateral and in RAND, the world's most influential think tank. And burning down houses is what he comes up with??? Maybe its part of some nefarious plan or something.. Who knows?

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: Chapter 9

Guaranty Trust Goes to Russia

Soviet Government desire Guarantee [sic] Trust Company to become fiscal agent in United States for all Soviet operations and contemplates American purchase Eestibank with a view to complete linking of Soviet fortunes with American financial interests.

William H. Coombs, reporting to the U.S. embassy in London, June 1, 1920 (U.S. State Dept. Decimal File, 861.51/752). ("Eestibank" was an Estonian bank)

Herman Cain Gets Key Endorsment

This just in from the Lulzington Post, Herman Cain has captured the love and respect of the world's greatest Pokemaster, Ash Ketchum.

Ash Ketchum has endorsed Herman Cain for President.

Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: Chapter 11


I know that anyone following this series is probably getting weary, as it challenges everything you've ever been taught about capitalism and communism. It can make you get a headache. I highlight the word taught. Who's been writing the history curriculum and funding the post grad history students stipends? The same Wall Street banksters who funded communism you say? Point made.

Dr. Sutton uses this chapter to summarize the previous ten. He then goes on to offer explanations for this "unholy alliance":

Paul vs. Cain on the Fed

Here's a fun video via Daily Paul that is a well-done video for the sound-byte world that goes back and forth on who said what and reveals just how much the Fed has been sending overseas:

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Watch People Do a 180

Saw this at Cindy's Get Along Home
The first thing you will think is how horrible our schools are.
 The next thing you will think is that people can be real punks.
The next thing you will see is Holy Spirit conviction and the Truth making contact with souls.
 Then you will experience Hope.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Herman Cain Caught Lying

This is the digital age, people. If you say something on a national radio program, it will be taped and archived, and probably You-tubed. This is why I try to be very careful with my facts on here, because I don't like being made a fool or damaging my credibility by jumping the gun. I'm not saying it can't or won't happen, but I try to take everything with a grain of salt.

There was a debate last night held by the Bloomberg channel, owned by multi-billionare globalist Michael Bloomberg, moderated by Bilderburg attendee Charlie Rose, and financially sponsored by Peter Peterson, former president of the Council on Foreign Relations. Get the picture? This debate was practically in globalist HQ. But former Kansas City Federal Reserve Chairman Herman Cain was woefully unprepared to answer an inevitable question from Ron Paul, arch enemy of fiat money and the unconstitutional counterfeiters at the Fed, which went thusly:

Assasinating the Constitution

The Southern Avenger, Jack Hunter, lays it out in adult terms. Citing Scalia and Blackstone, an adult analysis of blowing up people without due process.

I also love that Jack Hunter has a real southern accent.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Bill O'Reilley Then and Now

There was time, when Bill O'Reilly was a real reporter:

 And now he's literally been turned into an information whore - it really is sad. You better believe if he was doing similar work to that in the video above at Fox, he would be canned the next day. Let's take a look at his current employer, News Corporation:

Holding company for a breathtaking array of companies in assorted industries, controlled by Rupert Murdoch and valued at $43-billion in 2001. Owns British Sky BroadcastingDirecTVDow JonesFox Entertainment Group,Harper CollinsThe London TimesThe New York PostNews of the WorldThe Wall Street JournalThe Weekly Standard, UK publishing group News International, dozens of American television stations, and myriad other media properties.


Ever wonder why Foxnews won't criticize the Patriot Act? Could be that one of is drafters sits on the Board. hmmm.

I won't sully my site by adding recent O'Reilly work, we all knows what it looks and sounds like. I've got my own working theory on the state of current success in America. If you get successful enough, these "powers that be" take you out to lunch and get all buddy-buddy with you. You don't realize what's happening, and may never see the forest for the trees. But they convert you to their way of thinking, now they won't say they're trying to take over the world, mind you. They'll only speak in terms you're familiar with about your area of expertise, not disrupting your compartmentalization. This is what Aaron Russo said happened to him, however he claims he was told by Nicholas Rockefeller himself about their goal for a one-world socialist state. You'll also note that his movie, America: From Freedom to Fascism, was noted as a possible link to "domestic terrorists" in the infamous MIAC report. Anyway, he ran for Governor in Nevada in the Republican primary and got 20% of the vote, which is apparently significant enough to get you a visit from a Rockefeller. Here's a link to the video where he tells all. You probably won't agree with everything he asserts, but if you agree with someone all of the time, you're probably in a cult or something. Anyway its pretty wild stuff, but hey, we're living in pretty wild times.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Rule 5 Sunday Detox Link Up

The events being so depressing, it's time for some uplift. It's also time for this "blog hermit" to get out of those 1920s digital newsclippings and do some serious linkin - with some detoxifying uplifts added!
6 mos old

Adrienne shows us some apostasy going on with 'Catholic' Sebelius pushing the free birth control. The Elites have always wanted a smaller herd of evolved primates to manage.

Beach Birdie tells of her experience with a multinational corporation. This is what happens when you don't have competition!

Quite Rightly asks where are the real Obama supporters?

Bunkerville exposes RINOS Christie and Romney telling us that the "science" of global warming is settled for them. ha

Red at Caught him with a Corndog has a "tit"ilating post up.

Common Cents has Obama's presidency statistics up.

Conservative Pup has a tribute up for Sarah Palin and what her future may hold.

Jim at Conservative on Fire, is taking on the commies in recent days, this post deals with our socialist president gathering all the wingnuts onto one bolt.

Cooridinated Illumination has an assortment of quotes, videos and pics relevant to our national situation.

At Don't Tread on Us, Trestin has begun podcasting! This week's installment, Public Education and Karl Marx.

Flyover Pilgrim has a link to the column, Throwaway People, which I first read at Adrienne's. It's a testament to our society which has exchanged human beings for human resources.

Freedom by the Way is cluing us into the dangers of Onstar. Big brother is watching you.

The writers at GoldmanSachs666 have a different take on the Wall Street protests than the average conservative response. These people used to work on Wall St and in the mortgage industry, but hey, what do they know?

Maggie is working fast and furious to cover the ongoing case of guns growing legs and walking into the hands of Drug Cartels. Those who follow the War on Drugs and the government's involvement won't be too shocked.

The Mind Numbed Robot tackles the Mother of All Conspiracies. Welcome to the party!

At Nonsensible Shoes, we have the low-down on conservative Canadian politics.

Mary at North Face Search links to an interesting article about reopening some Nazi cases in Germany. Maybe they should read Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler for some tips.

Cranky at Six Meat Buffet, says We're from the Government, and were here to help -ourselves! bwahaha.

Something You Might Like gives you a quick run-down on Keynesian economics and a Henry Hazlitt lesson.

The Classic Liberal illustrates how the media picks our candidates for us, thus allowing the march to totalitarianism to occur unfettered as we switch out between liberals and RINOs each election.

Stacy McCain has The Herman Cain story. Ya'll know I'm no supporter of the Former Fed official, TARP supporter, Romney supporter, etc. But, hey, to each their own.

The Right Way has a lot fun, happy videos up, so enjoy.

Terry at Thought and Freedom is leaving the Republican Party. There's a lot of us who are going to be right behind you, bud.

In Tennessee, we know that the real enemy is the Federal Reserve Banking Cartel, the Tennessee Sons of Liberty have some pics of freedom-lovers interjecting this fact to the discussion.

There's a reason why Vox Day bills himself as an award winning cruelty artist - here and here. Of course everything he says is completely true, making it that much more biting.

Col. Bunny at Washington Rebel discusses Crony Capitalism, a term I think paints too soft a picture.

Cindy at Get Along Home has a great post on The Economy of Children. Bottom line: children aren't "expensive" in a home where Jesus is Lord - He just keeps providing!

Kelly at Generation Cedar gives us encouragement on housework  and how it is Kingdom work!

Sentry Journal has a great post on the crisis state of mind: Emergencies begat Emergencies.

Silverfiddle at Western Hero takes on the Occupiers.

Always on Watch points out the wastefulness of Obama's kids as paid staff.

My best commenter Kid at Diary of a Right Wing Pussycat tells you the score on the Wall St. protests.

Now, I'm not going to go all-out this Sunday and put up a sermon, but share with you a discussion with Bob Dewaay, pastor of Twin City Fellowship in St. Paul. I love Pastor Dewaay because like me, he graduated from a chemical engineering program just to be called to do something else. If you're disgusted with the sorry excuse of the modern church, Pastor Bob's here to tell you that you're not alone and you're not crazy. Here is: Redefining Christianity, Part 13 - How the Purpose Driven Franchise Changes the Nature of Christian Ministry. Check out the rest of the parts if interested.

Here's the link, if this isn't working for you as it isn't for me right now.

Reaganite Republican has some pictures of Central Planning in action.

Teresa's America shares the humor of Mitt Romney's political contortions.

The Country Thinker has a piece on how lawsuits are destroying our kids ability to play. I say amen.

Fuzzy Logic asks the question, Are we really awake?

As it is written, For thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter. Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us. For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.                                                                                             --Romans 8: 36-39 

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Two Trends Destroying America

Turning a comment of  mine into a post at the suggestion of The Country Thinker. Saw this wonder article at The Classic Liberal on pragmatism and egalitarianism, which was reposted from "Two Insidious Trends in America" by Tibor Machan.

Two powerful intellectual developments are ruining America. One is egalitarianism, the other pragmatism.
The former is an effort at the highest levels of American education, at institutions such as Harvard University and the University of Chicago, for example, to help establish a regime or political system that has as its firm and unrelenting goal to make all people equal in the benefits and burdens they enjoy and shoulder in their lives – economic, educational, medical, psychological, etc. The clarion call of this movement is to demand government mandated fairness for everyone.
The latter, pragmatism, is also being promulgated at some of the most prominent and prestigious institutions of higher education. This is a broad philosophical school of thought, originally forged on American soil by the likes of Charles Peirce, William James, C. I. Lewis, John Dewey, and numerous others, including the most radical member of the school, the later Richard Rorty; it insists that no basic principles can be identified in any area of human concern, not in ethics, not politics, not even metaphysics or epistemology (or theory of knowledge). Instead of finding basic principles on which to rest one's reasoning and actions – in morality or law, for instance – an attitude of practical expediency is all that human beings can hope for.
"Whatever works," is the simplified motto of pragmatism but there is a big problem with this, since things work always with respect to some goal and certain goals are clearly not worth pursuing, others are. Pragmatism insists, however, that there is no way to tell which goals are important, which are trivial and which are out and out insidious. That is all a matter of the intuitions of those who are in charge of calling the shots. (Currently, for example, President Obama and his team – most notably Professor Cass Sunstein of the Harvard Law School – proclaim the superior merit of pragmatism and pursue workable approaches to solving problems they feel need solving.)
Both egalitarianism and pragmatism tend to unleash an army of government regulators upon members of society, in the effort to cut everyone down to the same size and achieve goals the leaders believe need to be achieved, respectively. But both of these outlooks are hopeless, futile and must produce confusion and the tyranny of some people over others. As a result, the egalitarian objectives will mostly turn out exactly as George Orwell indicated in his novella, Animal Farm, namely, a group of members of society will be running the show and thus defeat the very idea of equality among human beings. And given how unprincipled conduct also encourages the rise of elites and petty tyrants, pragmatism also produces very bad public policies. Moreover, the pragmatist agenda flies directly in the face of some of the most noble aspects of the American political tradition, namely, the rule of law and the Founders' declaration of the vital need for basic principles, such as individual human rights within the legal system. (Cass Sunstein explicitly insists that such rights do not exist and the only "rights" you have is what the government grants you!)

Which got me thinking about all I have learned and discovered over the last year, making me comment thusly:

Both of these trends were set into motion by the monied interests who gave us the Fed and the IRS.
They took over education in this country starting with the General Education Board and then using their Foundations. These aren’t ideas that flow naturally, like a strip mall placed in a serene meadow, they vex the very souls of men. 

  • Feminism, to destroy the family.
  •  A permanent warfare state, to destroy peace. 
  • Devalued currency, to destroy opportunity.
  •  A socialist workforce public education, to destroy the mind.
  •  A tax-exempt beholden church, to stymie God’s Word. 
All of these ills came from these two ideas, and one can trace it all back to that same bunch who wrote that they wanted a planned society. Like the Tower of Babel, man’s plans will surely be altered.

So all you Christians out there, we've all got our different epistemologies, but in the end, I think we can see that the Antichrist's kingdom is taking shape all around us. We see that old snake ever so stealthily putting in regulations, granting licenses to work, tracking who is born and their immunization levels, monitoring our bank records, phone calls, and movements. And its always, always for our own good.
Vintage Bohemian Grove pic. Nixon did say it was the faggiest thing you could possibly imagine!

For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. I Thes 5:3

Even so, come quickly Lord Jesus!

Friday, October 7, 2011

Looking at the Fed

What do we really know? I mean you can think by listening to Fox News or talk radio that you are informed. I spent many years like that, but when it comes down to brass tacks, I had to admit that I didn't know squat. I was a A student in school and thought I was in the know. Looking in on our Lords at the Fed, I thought I'd clue you into its organization.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: Chapter 10


Yes, I am skipping chapter 9 for right now as I think chapter 10 is most pertinent to what 's going on in the news with the Occupy Wall Street business. Listen and learn children as the republican mom tells you a tale of intrigue all too true:

Occupy Wall Street - Beyond Commies

As a student of history, I recognize by now when the Powers That Be are trying to play me. You see, I don't get in a tizzy anymore with your garden variety liberals, I've moved on to bigger fish to fry. I recognize that there are anti-American forces at work in our country, which everyone would agree. I also recognize that those forces need a lot of money in order to accomplish their goals.

Conservatives are correct in thinking that there are forces at work trying to socialize our country. Many automatically lash out at easily identifiable, publicly schooled statists morons repeating what their state-issued textbooks told them about Keynesian economics and their schooled concept of "fairness". Fairness is always handed down from a higher authority. When they were children, it was the "teacher", and as adults, it is the "state".

Lemon Trees are now Against the Law

This is so bizarre, I don't know where to begin. Are they just picking random things to test the limits of what we'll take or what?
From Natural News:

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Rick Perry Gets Told Not to Come Back to TN

Right here in Knoxville, Rick Perry cometh to beg for money. Standing behind him in this vid is Ron Ramsey, the guy I told you to vote for as governor. Yes, it disgusts me, but c'est le vie. So we have a citizen reporter asking Rick about Bilderburg after the canned local media talk to him about golf.  Now I would have taken a different approach, asking about the North American Union, perhaps blending the question to get all the points in like so:

Governor Perry, did you in fact at the Bilderburg Meeting discuss plans to merge the economies and transportation systems of North America as well as introduce the Amero knowing that the dollar would collapse. Is this why you didn't support efforts to battle illegal immigration? Did you also discuss your support of TARP with Treasury Secretary Paulson, who was also attending the Bilderburg Meeting?

But that's just me.

The last part is the best, where he's told not to show his face in Tennessee again. We know how to deal with his kind.

Perry would be better served to just give a pat, dismissive answer to the Bilderberg question to diffuse it. But hey, he's not paying me of all people to advise him. I'd better shut up.

I hear he's raised a lot of money. Ask Romney how much that helped last time around.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Anwar Al-Awlaki - ???

As some of you may be aware, I try not to get hot and bothered when the Mockingbird Media starts ringing Pavlov's bell. The big story is on the evil mastermind Anwar Al-Awlaki who happens to be an American citizen that supposedly hates his birth country with extreme vengeance. Let's just go through the time line for clarity's sake, ok?

For the comprehensive time line with supporting links go here. 

Hank Williams Knocks the Whole Political Paradigm

The real reason that Hank Williams, Jr was fired from ESPN wasn't that he just didn't mock our dear leader, but he didn't emphatically support the right-wing front men as the solution. He gave a little support Herman Cain's way, but he said in so many words what "they" don't want you to hear - that little part in the Declaration of Independence that says when a government no longer serves the people, it is the right of that people to abolish that government. Hank mentioned that 89% of the people think Congress needs to be replaced. They are rapidly loosing their ability to use the "throw the bums out" technique as described by Carroll Quigley as they march forward to the centrally planned society run by and for elites, the godless SOBs.

Listen to the whole thing:

Just so you know, the NFL is letting the TSA goon squad grope paying ticket holders as they enter the stadiums. Just in case you thought the NFL was All-American. I remember back when I lived in Nashville how we just had to have an NFL team, necessitating a stadium that we the taxpayers paid for. It will bring jobs. hahaha. Well the stadium down in New Orleans came in handy corralling a bunch of sheep, didn't it? Just saying that it's mighty convenient that these large structures are all over America in case of emergencies.

Let's do an NFL map shall we?

What's this, the Council on Foreign Relations? lol and we also have the ever global Aspen Institute represented along with the RINO brigade. The Federal Reserve! I don't look for this people, they're just everywhere. When I do a map and expand each node, it's like opening a Christmas present finding out what these people are into. After awhile, you get to know some of them by name. Anyhow, we know that ESPN is 80% owned by Disney, but let's look at ESPN as Disney is a big can of worms to open:
Nothing really shocking here, except the guy in the upper left, Victor Ganzi, the CEO of Hearst, who owns the other 20% of ESPN. He's on the board of a lot of stuff, including the big pharma giant Wyeth, a healthcare company called Gentiva, and on the board of the Associated Press. hmm.

Speculate from this what you will, as I have no hard and fast answers. I'm just trying to see who's who and what's what.

Monday, October 3, 2011

John Quincy Adams Warned Us

An excellent piece by Jacob Hornberger- I can't add to it, but it reiterates what I've been writing about for some time:

In a Fourth of July message to Congress, John Quincy Adams suggested that if America were ever to embrace the principles of empire and militarism, she would become a dictatress of the world. What better evidence of Adams’ wisdom than President Obama’s assassination of American citizen Anwar al-Awlaki, a state-sanctioned murder, one without any judicial process whatsoever?

Look at what an interventionist and imperialist foreign policy has wrought: a perpetual threat of terrorist attacks, which has been the government’s excuse for assuming extraordinary emergency powers — the same powers that many of the brutal U.S.-supported dictators in the Middle East wield: arbitrary arrests, kidnappings, indefinite detention, rendition, torture, kangaroo tribunals, and assassination.  

After the 9/11 attacks, statists cheered the assumption of these extraordinary emergency powers, naively believing that they would be exercised only against foreigners. But President Bush, whose CIA assassinated an American travelling in Yemen in 2002, always made it clear that these emergency powers extended to Americans. President Obama’s assassination of al-Awlaki is another reminder for the American people—that the U.S. government wields the post-9/11 power to kill its own people without any due process of law or judicial interference. It is a power, of course, that dictators throughout history have wielded.

read the whole thing.

If you do, you get clued into a little-known op-ed Pres. Truman did on the CIA,  He admitted that the spooks were getting spooky. The ghosts of history are crying out to us. When will we stop parroting talking points to each other and actually listen?

JP Morgan buying up the NYPD

As some try to portray the Wall Street Occupiers as some bunch of nefarious commies, the true villains are paying for protection. From a JP Morgan press release via The Intel Hub:

New York City Police Foundation — New York

JPMorgan Chase recently donated an unprecedented $4.6 million to the New York City Police Foundation. The gift was the largest in the history of the foundation and will enable the New York City Police Department to strengthen security in the Big Apple. The money will pay for 1,000 new patrol car laptops, as well as security monitoring software in the NYPD's main data center.
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly sent CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon a note expressing "profound gratitude" for the company's donation.
"These officers put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe," Dimon said. "We're incredibly proud to help them build this program and let them know how much we value their hard work."
 Regular readers of this blog should know the score now when it comes to the big Wall Street Corporations and Communism. The real communists are of course, JP Morgan, always have been. Without Morgan Money, communism and Karl Marx would have been a mere footnote in the annals of history. Like a parasite and using Frederic C Howe's motto, "let society work for you", these banksters will pose as free market advocates while at the same time using the communist system to collectivize money into one spot, which they of course take. They further use their power and influence either directly, through private foundations, or through proxies to manipulate the law and regulation to their own benefit. Eventually all competition will be cut off and they will be the only players. Right now, we have a cartel situation in every major sector. That's what "Big Ag", "Big Oil", and "Big Pharma" are all about. Well, let's do a map of JP Morgan Chase, the company you get when you merge Morgan money with Rockefeller money. As a side note, Obama's granny was an officer in the Chase bank of Hawaii.

They're starting to get scared as more people start wondering where all the money went and discovering it seems to concentrated in one geographic location, not due to the free market, but do to government corruption. Just read the free online books in the Wall Street series available on the roll to convince yourself that this is true.

Sidenote: It looks like George Soros is jumping into the action. Ironically, he's as tied up in the corrupt Wall Street banks as the people he's sending Moveon to protest. Always be on the lookout for rent-a-mobs, these monopolies have a decades-old pattern of setting up two sides-controlled conflict and all.

Sunday, October 2, 2011


This is the new name for "crony capitalism". Found this interview via The CL report. Here is Nick Gillespie and Gene Epstein talking about our friends the banksters. So when some conservatives give the Occupy Wall Street people a hard time, I completely understand their sentiment. They're not protesting profits (although some might be die hard commies that are). They're protesting graft, corruption, and the complete bypass of our Constitution.

And by bypass of the Constitution, I mean we have corporate-sponsored lobbyists shilling and writing legislation for Congress, that they are paid to pass. 99% of what is getting passed up there no one has read and no sane American would support.

Mr. Epstein menions Angelo Mozilo, to which I made a map:

Ex-CEO of Countrywide Financial Corp, deeply involved in the mortgage meltdown of 2008. Sued by Countrywide shareholders over his knowing involvement in the sales of loan products he described as "toxic" and "poison", Mozilo agreed in 2010 to pay $67.5M in fines and forfeiture, but, of course, admitted no wrongdoing. -- nndb

Note the political contributions. To those hard core righties and lefties out there.. how does it make you feel that this guy gives to both? The Elites give to the same bunch over and over again. If they don't care about Ds and Rs, then why should you? What do they know that you don't? Remember what Frederic C Howe said about a government subsidy or grant being worth more than a silver mine? That is crapitalism in action.

So when you see an elite donating to a candidate, you know they're going to be supporting a willing accomplice of crapitalism.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Dear Federal Reserve Bureaucrat,

I first heard about the Fed monitoring the internet for malcontents from Adrienne, but I found this most hilarious piece from The Silver Circle Underground via the Humble Liberatarian. It's addressed to the newly hired monitors of "fed talk" on the internet and gives them some pointers:

I’m sure if you’ve done any work at all (look who I’m talking to) you’re reading a lot of bloggers that are angry about this social media monitoring thing. They’re probably calling you all kinds of nasty names, like “Big Brother,” or “Scumbag.” Well here at Silver Circle Underground we’re your friends. We understand that bureaucrats are far too incompetent to be perpetuating any kind of global fiat conspiracy. In fact, you’re probably completely baffled why the U.S. Dollar has lost 98% of it’s purchasing power since they started “stabilizing” it. We know that, like most bureaucrats, you are decades behind the rest of the population. It’s cute really. The Federal Reserve reading Facebook and Twitter. So keep reading. Maybe you’ll learn something about your new employer.

 Read the whole thing.

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