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

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Merry Christmas

I hope everyone has a great day recalling what today is really all about--the Lord Jesus Christ!

Before I started my research into "why things are the way they are", I understood that the Blood of Jesus saved me from my sin like the blood at Passover saved the Hebrew children. I understood that the world was doomed on an intellectual level, but I didn't understand the minutia of how the principalities of darkness were actually operating.

Often, we Christians talk about the spirit of evil, or the "devil" in such generic terms that it seems more like an esoteric concept than a reality. Since I've been researching what is really going on, the importance of Jesus' sacrifice takes on a whole other dimension. Lucifer and his minions can seem like fairy tale villains or a quick excuse for when you mess up. Seeing the involvement with the occult and subsequent vileness unleashed by means of careful, multi-generational social planning, I understand on another level why Planet Earth needs a Savior. What a comfort knowing that God has everything under control; He has a plan to thwart all the confusion and chaos those pesky principlalites of darkness are throwing into the world.

Christmas is a reminder of a Sovereign Savior who is most surely coming again. That is the primary reason that the worldly forces attack it with such rancor. But the root of Jesse is in too deep for these reprobate spirits to pull it out. Praise God, He has opened the door for for us to escape.

Daughter by Design

Al Sharpton's Town Hall Meeting Goes Awry

Chicago minorities vent their frustration at the machine that produced Obama. Nice.

Monday, December 23, 2013

A Day That Will Live in Infamy - 100 Years of Vampire Squid

The average American still cannot tell you what the Federal Reserve is, how it came to being, or how it is destroying our country today. Over at the Economic Collapse blog, Michael Snyder has put together 100 facts about the Federal Reserve, one for each year it has robbed the United States of its wealth. I found numbers 32 and 33 most interesting:

#32 According to an official government report, the Federal Reserve made 16.1 trillion dollars in secret loans to the big banks during the last financial crisis.  The following is a list of loan recipients that was taken directly from page 131 of the report…

Citigroup – $2.513 trillion
Morgan Stanley – $2.041 trillion
Merrill Lynch – $1.949 trillion
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Vampire Squid article link
Bank of America – $1.344 trillion
Barclays PLC – $868 billion
Bear Sterns – $853 billion
Goldman Sachs – $814 billion
Royal Bank of Scotland – $541 billion
JP Morgan Chase – $391 billion
Deutsche Bank – $354 billion
UBS – $287 billion
Credit Suisse – $262 billion
Lehman Brothers – $183 billion
Bank of Scotland – $181 billion
BNP Paribas – $175 billion
Wells Fargo – $159 billion
Dexia – $159 billion
Wachovia – $142 billion
Dresdner Bank – $135 billion
Societe Generale – $124 billion
“All Other Borrowers” – $2.639 trillion
#33 The Federal Reserve also paid those big banks $659.4 million in “fees” to help “administer” those secret loans.

To put that information in proper context, check out G. Edward Griffin, the most well-respected researcher of the Federal Reserve breaking down how the Fed is a cartel:

How about we listen to a "genius" like Thomas Edison's opinion. I hear he was good at math:
That is to say, under the old way any time we wish to add to the national wealth we are compelled to add to the national debt.
Now, that is what Henry Ford wants to prevent. He thinks it is stupid, and so do I, that for the loan of $30,000,000 of their own money the people of the United States should be compelled to pay $66,000,000 — that is what it amounts to, with interest. People who will not turn a shovelful of dirt nor contribute a pound of material will collect more money from the United States than will the people who supply the material and do the work. That is the terrible thing about interest. In all our great bond issues the interest is always greater than the principal. All of the great public works cost more than twice the actual cost, on that account. Under the present system of doing business we simply add 120 to 150 per cent, to the stated cost.
But here is the point: If our nation can issue a dollar bond, it can issue a dollar bill. The element that makes the bond good makes the bill good.

Moving back further in time:
I too have been a close observer of the doings of the Bank of the United States. I have had men watching you for a long time, and 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. I have determined to rout you out and, by the Eternal, (bringing his fist down on the table) I will rout you out.
  ---Andrew Jackson, February 1834
 I keep this quote on the bottom of the blog because it is so astute:

"The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is eager to enter into close relationship with the Bank for International Settlements.... The conclusion is impossible to escape that the State and Treasury Departments are willing to pool the banking system of Europe and America, setting up a world financial power independent of and above the Government of the United States.... The United States under present conditions will be transformed from the most active of manufacturing nations into a consuming and importing nation with a balance of trade against it."-- Rep Louis McFadden, quoted in the New York Times, June 1930

Article I, Section 8, clause 4:

The Congress shall have power to coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures.

Do Justin Amash and Louis McFadden look similar to anyone else?

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Nothing is Beyond "Our" Reach

Behold the emblem of the United States National Reconnaissance Office:

Because that's not creepy at all. Nothing says Peace on Earth like a giant consuming octopus.

I'll direct you to Mayor Hyland's quote on my left sidebar and leave you to judge how correct he was about describing the shadow government (read: organized money) as an octopus that grips our land.

Remember that S.P.E.C.T.R.E stands for SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion.

And why is it our National Security experts always have creepy eastern European accents? 
h/t The Catbird Seat

That's just what I'm wondering for right now.

Update: Bonus Graphic from the old Batman series:

You might have a government problem when your government is out and proud with its octopus brand. 

Saturday, November 23, 2013

50 Years of Mayhem

That's how I would describe the workings of our federal government since the assassination. They've been running hog-wild since then: starting wars, using "national security" to have their way with anyone and everyone, shifting all the wealth in this country to themselves, ballooning the national debt, and converting our country into a disgusting hybrid of fascism AND communism.

Here is the full version of the speech that some say explain why he was killed by the powers that be. Usually, people will crop out the parts they want to skew it to make him look like he was speaking about Skull and Bones or some such. But as you will hear, he is talking about communism.

However, readers of this blog will note how communism really began to take hold in this world through my Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution series. And as you may know, many of those people were secret society members. So one could make the case that JFK could have been referring to those shadowy figures also. In this speech, it is clear that the President would not have been a fan of the Patriot Act, and would be horrified at what the United States is today.

Let me quote the meat of this speech for those who are just skimming through:

It requires a change in outlook, a change in tactics, a change in missions—by the government, by the people, by every businessman or labor leader, and by every newspaper.
Exactly, a change in tactics is in order, for the following reasons:
For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence—on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day.
 The human being is hardwired to fight a direct threat, but not an indirect one, such as a committee in a smokey room plotting subversion. The banking cartels are the ones with the means, motive and opportunity to "expand their sphere of influence", infiltrate all of the institutions, and use their massive capital to intimidate and hire guerrillas to carry out their intimidation.
It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.
Think on each one of those categories and I can show you how the banksters infiltrated each one.
Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried, not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed. It conducts the Cold War, in short, with a war-time discipline no democracy would ever hope or wish to match.
That description aptly describes our current government does it not?

Nevertheless, every democracy recognizes the necessary restraints of national security—and the question remains whether those restraints need to be more strictly observed if we are to oppose this kind of attack as well as outright invasion.
Since JFK was assassinated we have been under a constant, continuous, collectivist attack. From sound banking practices to the formerly free market health system to the educational systems--all have been converted into the soviet collectivist system. This has happened because the media to whom Kennedy was addressing was obedient to its owners and/or  did not  get the full extent of those propagating collectivist ideas that were spreading under liberal guises.

We've witnessed the destruction of the family and just about every other institution because the seeds these bankster types have sown, starting at the turn of the last century, but punctuated with an exclamation point with the assassination. That was an inflection point for their plans ramping up into high gear. It was also an example for anyone in a position to cross them up.

Sorry for not posting more frequently, but I am homeschooling six kids here, and the time to do the in depth, highly documented work I want to do is often not available:( 

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Happy Veterans Day, a Day Late

Saw this interesting video on the last soldier of WW1, who passed away four years ago at the age of 111!

Having taught a WW1 class last year, I wish I had known about this to share with the kids. That and this diary that was recently found that records the trench experience in intense detail.

Getting back to Harry Patch, he didn't go along with the globalist's warmongering photo-ops, saying the following:

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Shah of Iran -Interesting Interview

The former shah was known for being completely candid. As his dictatorship was no doubt no picnic to live in, he accurately pegged the problems of western "democracy". He correctly pointed out that our decadence will be our undoing. There's another interview with Mike Wallace where he came out and said the American media is controlled. It's kind of funny watching Wallace being all incredulous about what is now an obvious fact.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

A Divided Heart

This sermon goes with our Bible study here at home. God's timing is always perfect.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Epic Court Motion from here in TN

Not sure what the original beef was, but apparently it got kind of out of hand when the counsel representing the "state" objected to being referred to as the "government".

It gets pretty funny towards the end.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Obama's Fainting Road Show

Updated for weirdness: the lauryn hill bit is up instead of the video that goes in this post. But when I go into edit mode, there it is.

This is funny, and probably true. I wouldn't put anything past them.

This guy is the kind of talking head/new analysis guy that would get more ratings. heehee.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Know Your Enemy

A worthwhile series to get you thinking. I have added this to my X Files page for future reference. This series explore the New World Order from a Christian perspective. It has over 70 parts, but gives you a lot of interesting things to think about, research, and explore. If you have time for that sort of thing, that is.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Lauryn Hill Out of Prison

Lauryn Hill  recently got out of prison. She was put away for not paying her taxes. I'm not sure what really is happening with her, but there is one thing I am sure about: There is something super evil and twisted going on in the entertainment industry. I know you're all shocked. Seriously, though I do believe there is something strongly satanic going on there.

 I have recently become a fan of Ms. Hill's work. Her lyrics are tight, her Biblical allusions are numerous, and she sings well.  I really love the line in this song that says, "if I die, then that's how I choose to live." That so echos what Christ about laying down your life to truly live.

A great anthem to describe fighting Orwellianism.

Friday, October 11, 2013

I'm Really LIking Altfeed

I'm beginning the process of tightening this blog up and "getting on top of it". But I'd like to take a moment and share with you a site called Altfeed, an aggregration site that pulls together a lot of alternative media and libertarian sites. At a glance, you can check out a lot of your favorite spots such as Lew Rockwell, Mox News, the Colbert Report, ZeroHedge, etc.

Check it out!

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Thursday, October 3, 2013

School Board Member Persecuted for Being Against Common Core

TMOT explains what happens when someone speaks out against Common Core. 
As an added bonus, he's running for the Senate in Georgia, so check that out too.

Looks like her race for school member was some kind of heated race as they took out her domain name proactively:

Her official site is here

Friday, September 27, 2013

All My Heroes Have FBI Files

Saw this here and thought it was pretty cool.

Obviously these people aren't all my personal heroes, but the point is made that the "eye" is watching people of import. Another point is that the Federal Reserve System has been paranoid for a while now.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Ok Brian, I'm Posting Now-

Taking Brian's advice, I'm posting today.

While watching the news this summer, I sort of wished I had the ability to telepathically blog. What have we seen? Hmmmm.
We've seen John McCain root for Al Qaeda.
We've seen some elements of the government plan this latest psycho -gun grab routine.
We've seen the Fed say they'll print money until the cows come home. (Which will never be allowed to happen as the USDA will promptly shoot them for emitting methane.)
We've seen a high school drop out put the entire intelligence network of Vampire Squid to shame.
We've seen Christians slaughtered in a proxy war that "we're" paying for. (I dislike the collective "we".)
We've seen police officers murder/beat up/molest civilians without due process as more routine. Hey, it's the quick way to paid vacation.

So that's all hell in a hand-basket kind of stuff. Mostly because we lack the perspective to properly assess what is in fact happening. We have been given a Fisher Price cutesy reality to dream in, while reality has been marching along without us. To paraphrase Jefferson, those who wish to be ignorant and free wish for that that can never be.

Going back to my personal hero, Mae Brussell, she is here describing the way in which a "psycho" killer is used by the government for the purposes of destabilization.

Note that if you parallel Berkowitz with this Aaron Alexis guy, you find a lot of similarities. Also, I think Dr. Pieczenik has a good take on the latest "postal" incident.

--Give him a very textured,  psychiatric history of complete mental health illness,  throw the DSM V at him.
--"Aaron Alexis complained of hearing voices and ringing of the ears",  the LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL SAID ANONYMOUSLY.
--Keep all attributions ANONYMOUS or make certain those who know him can give only a very bizarre picture of him.
--NAVY OFFICIALS (never identified) said that although Aaron had shown a pattern of misbehavior;  which included insubordination  and unauthorized absences,  A.A. was awarded the NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL and the Global War on Terrorism SERVICE MEDAL.
I mean the guy is "going crazy" but has top secret clearance? Seriously? This just leaves us with these options:
1. Our military is incompetent in giving out clearances, and no longer deserves our trust and funding.
2. Our military deliberately allowed this to happen for Machiavellian purposes.
3. Or it's all some sort of an act for Machiavellian purposes.

The fact that the SWAT team was ordered to stand down in this incident, according to the BBC, tells you that the fix was in.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

What HAVEN'T I Been Doing?

Taking a break from blogging this summer to truly get my house in order. With each new baby, there's a deadline to get it together now that there's going to be ____ kids.

To begin with, I repainted the playroom with a semi-gloss, for easy wiping. I also added the chalkboard and painted a brown particle board entertainment center you can't see blue, the inside of the closet blue and the window sill that same blue. The doors are off the closet, which contains more shelves of toys. I made a valence real quick to go over the window. Prior to repainting, the room was Freddie Mac Forclosure tan covered with smudgies.

The Toy Room

My mom took the kids one night and my husband and I went to the movies. I got up early that morning after taping it up that night and painted over the ugly tan a pretty purple. In time, I made the curtains from some clearenced fabric at Walmart and some light blocking fabric I bought 10 years ago for an apartment window I never did sew curtains for. These curtains are no-sew, I just sewed enough felt at the top to make the blocking fabric long enough and then used big safety pins at the top to stick the two together. I used a roll of purple ribbon cut into 12 inch lengths to tie the stuff up on the rod. I repainted a shelf white and reused some decorations that would go with purple. I took one of those sign your name oversized matte frames and covered it with the fabric from the curtain to frame a cross-stitch sampler I did in high school. The crib is to the right and I got a real cute monkey sticker off of Amazon to go above it.

Baby Girl Nursery
I've also spent a great deal of time getting ready for this fall's co-op classes. I'm taking it easy on myself, not teaching a science class, but instead a visual phonics class for little folks and a creative writing class for jr. high kids. For the visual phonics, I made five super hero capes with the vowels sewn on the back. My oldest and artistic daughter illustrated the booklets I made that explain the phonics rules, which are heavily dependent on the pictures. We're going to be pretending to be letters and acting out how they "behave" when they're together. I'll be playing the part of Mommy E who tells vowels to say their name. I already have a dopey dress picked out for the part.

My oldest daughter won't buy off the rack. She has to have her dresses be at least knee-length, sit a certain way, etc. So I made six jumpers for her to wear over a tee-shirt. I reverse engineered this one dress that she absolutely loves to get the pattern. One turned out too small, and that was the one that was too "loud" for her anyway. Her little sister seems to like it so that wasn't a waste. The thing that took the longest was that my zipper foot disappered. So I spent a long time sewing in all those 22" zippers by hand. When I was all done, guess what I found in the middle of living room floor? Yes, my zipper foot! It took me three solid days of sewing to get this goal achieved, but I knew it was the only way I was going to have back to school clothes for my 14 year old.

But that's not all. I promised my 10 year old a butterfly garden. Thankfully my mom and stepdad brought the big rototiller to get a spot ready. The ground here is pure red clay, so I tried to work some peat moss into it. We've got two butterfly bushes and lots of marigolds. I also bought a couple of really pretty cosmos, but they didn't thrive so much. As you can see, we don't weed eat much round here. Note to self: it takes about 6 cu feet of mulch to cover this bed up.

I also planted a garden, which looks pretty shaggy. I planted corn, potatoes, melons- the whole deal. But I didn't do any weeding seeing how I was so pregnant. I also didn't nag my kids, mostly because I thought they would pull up  the plants along with it. I would put up a picture, but it's just too embarrassing. We've decided to call it the rabbit preserve. They have so enjoyed my tomatoes and canteloupes. But the attempt at the garden did take a lot of time.

 Getting ready for this year of homeschool was also an endeavor. Getting together the money to get the curriculum before school started AND before the baby came was a tight situation. But I got it together so that I could go through it all and make the necessary copies. From my Mystery of History CD, I was able to print off all the maps, quizzes, and choose what activities I wanted to do, causing me to print off pictures from google and such. The third volume of MoH doens't have the activities and instructions in the book, it's all on the CD, so I printed that out as well. I put all this stuff in a huge three ring binder. So all my kids work is already hole - punched for history, anyway. I'm using Writing with Ease and printed out "workbooks" from the student pages for my middle kids. I suspect it's too easy for my fifth grader, but she needs to reboot her writing, and it only take five minutes to do. I got the Ultimate Homeschool Planner by Debra Bell and it is pretty cool. It has spaces for up to six kids. Perfect for me right? It has a yearly planner where you can put in birthdays, co-op days, etc. Then it has a monthly planner and the rest is full of weekly planners. It has spots for academic goals, charachter goals, hospitality/outreach projects (which we tend to forget about), etc. I list what I want to do for the week over the weekend and then transcribe that into my older two kids' planners. This is working well for my highschooler, who can see what her week's work entails and she can get it done without coming to me constantly for new instructions. My next oldest needs some help in focusing. In our first week of school, we got done prior to 11 just about every day. This week has been more hectic as I've had three appointments and it's real hard to get them to do their work when their routine has been broken.

Another thing we've been working on is establishing cleaning routines. I'm not a routine person, so this is very challenging. So far, the laundry hasn't gotten behind. We still have a ways to go before we've acheived a "sustainable" sense of order around here.

 Oh, and the most interesting thing on my "to do" list was getting my baby samplers cross-stitched. I was behind on my last baby, but I got hers done and on the wall in the toy room. I was working on the current baby's sampler when I went into labor five days late. Actually, I wasn't actively working on it as it was 2:30 in the morning when I started to feel a "real" contraction (after a month or two of false labor). I planned to take my sampler with me when I went to the hospital to take my mind off of it. Well, I wasn't far enough gone for them and because I was doing my needlepoint, they assumed I wasn't in labor and sent me home. I continued to have contractions the rest of the day, but they started to get bad across the afternoon. That's when I started making stitching mistakes. Because a lot of guys read this blog, I skip the details and just say that I went in at 4:30 pm and she popped on out at 6:00.  I was really looking forward to my nubain IV painkiller that I had with the previous four kids, but this hospital wouldn't give it to you that late because it will make the baby sleepy. Thing is, I don't need painkiller before then, but anyway.  Note to self, don't cross-stitch while in early labor. I'll also note that labor is more pleasant at home. My 2 year old started "breathing through" her diaper change - she copies "everything" I do.  

So I had to let the blogging go for the summer so as to get things in order. You don't need me to tell you the world is a screwed up place. I hope that I will be blogging again soon on a regular basis as we get into our homeschool schedule.

Thanks for all the kind comments and for stopping by!

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Baby Has Arrived

I finally got to a computer to put this up. Baby #6 was born Saturday, the 27th, allowing me to avoid an induction that next Monday.  She's girl #4 and redhead #3.  She was 8 lbs and 2 oz and 20 3/4 inches long.

Happy to be out!

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Happy Fourth, I Guess

This flag more accurately represents the true power structure of the United States. Instead of being an amalgamation of the power of the individual fifty states, it is the power of the mob that these various agencies represent.

Let's go back to the beginning for some perspective:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
Ok, that's the part they make you memorize in school, or they used to anyway. But the meat of this document lies just beyond this point. The "how to" if you will to hold onto these right. Beware, there is some "terror talk" to the statist found below:

--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, 
ruh roh, the globalist bankster mob that has hijacked our country no likey the sound of that

laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes;
The total abandonment of most of the Bill of Rights doesn't fall under a light and transient cause.
 and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. 
We'll put up with almost anything just to get by.
But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.
Now that Object is more clear to us living in this day and time than any other in history. The monied interests are going after the whole enchalada - world domination and they're using the wealth of the American people to get their job done. When they're finally through with us, it's the last train to Auschwitz, man.
--Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States.
To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.
Jefferson goes on to list what all the Crown had done to the colonies so there would be a clear record of what the rebellion was all about. The difference in our day is that our Tyrant is not so well defined- and It likes it that way, gets a lot more tyrant mileage that way. One group blames liberals and the other blames conservatives, meanwhile the men on top are pumping 85 billion a month out of the USA and setting themselves up for a total collapse.

It's hard to get stoked about this Fourth of July, because to enjoy it in a carefree way means you have no clue what is going on around you, and you're probably not reading a blog like this.

I have about two weeks to go before Baby #6 arrives, so I must continue to rock through my "to do list" in case you've been wondering what I've been up to.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

FBI Changes Story on Orlando Shooting

Here's my well-received little snippet at the Daily Paul that made the Front Page about a guy who was friends with the alleged Boston Bomber Boys.

Remember the crazy story of the guy pulling a knife in the midst of several armed men while about to sign a confession to a triple homicide? Yeah, well the director of that script sent it for a rewrite:
Initially, FBI officials said Todashev, 27, became violent and lunged at an agent with a knife while he was being questioned about Tsarnaev and an unsolved 2011 triple murder in the Boston suburb of Waltham. The agent, acting on an "imminent threat," then shot Todashev, they said.
However, later in the day, some of those officials had backed off that preliminary account, and it's no longer clear what happened in the moments before the fatal shooting, The Associated Press reported.
Read more:
Man, I must be getting old, because I remember when the sources to these stories actually had names. It's starting to seem like Hal the Computer just prints all this crap out for the AP or something.

In addition to that, Daniel McAdams at Lew Rockwell has a great piece full of more tidbits:

Here is an account of the final hours according to his friend Khasuen Taramov:
"Taramov said he himself was questioned by the FBI for three hours Tuesday night. Asked what he was asked, Taramov said, 'Different kind of questions like "what do you think about bombings," "do you know these guys," blah blah blah, what is my views on certain stuff.'...
"Taramov said his friend had told him he had a bad feeling about the direction the investigation was heading.
"He felt like there's going to be a setup ... bad setup against him. Because he told me, "They are making up such crazy stuff, I don't know ... why they doing it. OK, I'm answering the questions, but they are still making up some, like, connections, some crazy stuff. I don't know why they are doing it.'"

Going across the pond, we find this disturbing account:

Adebolajo's friend Abu Nusaybah told the British media that the MI5, the UK equivalent of the FBI, had been hounding Adebolajo for some time after he had returned from a trip to Kenya:
"Mr Nusaybah said when Adebolajo returned from Kenya he claimed he was 'being harassed by MI5' after agents repeatedly called at his home.
"'His wording was, 'They are bugging me; they won't leave me alone'," Mr Nusaybah said.
"He mentioned initially they wanted to ask him whether he knew certain individuals.
"'But after him saying that he didn't know these individuals and so forth, what he said is they asked him whether he would be interested in working for them.
"'He was explicit in that he refused to work for them but he did confirm that he didn't know the individuals.'" 

Weird stuff, but it seems to follow a pattern. Has there been a terrorist attack where the "perpetrators" were totally unknown to the government beforehand?

Monday, May 13, 2013

Why the Drug War is so Lucrative

It's called Policing for Profit. The local law enforcement gets to keep $$$ that it confiscates on the highway. That's why you're more likely to get pulled over going westbound through TN, because the drugs supposedly are smuggled in on the eastbound and they aren't interested in that.

Here is an actual investigative report detailing how the Feds and DEA work together to play the game of seeing who's traveling the interstate with money. They pick on minorities/foreigners that are using cash to buy businesses and large items like bulldozers.

Monday, May 6, 2013

General Patton Assassinated

You know you've always suspected that the car accident angle was fishy, now a new book has come out telling us why it's fishy. Tim Shipman of the Daily Telegraph has a write up on it here. The book is called Target Patton by Robert Wilcox and it covers the following points:

  • Highly decorated sniper later turned artist, Douglas Bazata, spills his guts on how he was ordered to take out Patton using a staged accident in combo with a shot to the neck. Who gave the order? Will Bill Donovan, the granddaddy of the CIA.
  • Bazata also claims in these interviews he gave before his death, that the Russians finished the job while Patton was recovering in the hospital with poison. They seem to really like that method, don't they?
  • Also interviewed  by Wilcox was one counterintelligence agent, Stephen Skubik, who learned that Patton was on Stalin's kill list. His reports went ignored and he was shipped back to the states.
  • Where are the documents relating to Patton's accident and subsequent death? Why missing from the national archives of course.
  • Wilcox has also gotten a Cadillac expert to say that the busted up car on display at the Patton museum in Fort Knox could not be the one involved in the accident.

Why would "they" want Patton dead? Well, if you followed my Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution series, you ought to know that the whole stinking Soviet Union was set up by "American" based companies. I use the term American loosely there because almost no Americans to this day are aware that JP Morgan handed the communists everything they needed or wanted to set up a totalitarian state. Antony Sutton further illustrates in his Western Technology transfer books that the US kept sending tech over to the Soviet Union throughout the 20th century. Patton didn't trust or like the Russians and wanted to end their evil empire while our troops were over there. That would never do for our central planning Fabian socialists one worlders. He wasn't going to keep their story together for them if he kept on living, and he wasn't the kind of guy that would be threatened into shutting up on all the stuff he had seen go down.

Monday, April 29, 2013

A Noble Lie : OKC 1995

Definitely worth watching, lots of eyewitness testimony that was shut out of the sanitized version of the story. A police officer was murdered, but his death cert. says suicide of course. A grand jury member was denied his right to evidence. The ATF carried out lots of files for destruction. Side note: the Whitewater Clinton stuff was stored in that building. Amazing work on the part of Oklahoma patriots who just wouldn't let it go. Thanks to the makers of this film for getting their story out.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Sibel Edmonds Explains the Top of the Pyramid

Here is part six? of an ongoing series done by James Corbett exposing the Operation Gladio tactics of our bankster overlords featuring government whistleblower Sibel Edmonds.

If you want names, I refer you to my defense contracting map post, where you'll find them all hanging out together.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

John DeCamp: The Patriot's Lawyer

This interview was done at least ten years ago, maybe closer to fifteen, but the information he provides is timely and astute. John DeCamp stood up for the victims of the Franklin child sex scandal, the Montana militiamen, and ran for governor of Nebraska. Coincidentally, he won all the districts that did not yet have electronic voting machines, but not the ones that did, despite polling first through the election cycle. A Vietnam veteran and close friend of murdered CIA director Bill Colby, who advised him that the Franklin sex scandal went up higher than he could possibly fight--go public to stay alive!!

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Whoever Controls the Schools, Controls the World

Voddie Baucham makes it plain:

90% of Christians send their kids to public school.
3/4 of Christian children are out of church by the end of their senior year. Yes, they might come back later when they have kids, but is this the top of modern Christianity's bar?

When you send your kids to Caesar for their education, don't be surprised when they come back as Romans.

Friday, March 8, 2013

McCain Calls Rand, Cruz, Amash, etc. "Wacko Birds"

Check out my post that made front page of the Daily Paul this morning!

Using his considerable oratory skills, Senator John McCain (Globalist-AZ), continued to dis Rand and continue with his perception that the entire universe is a battlefield populated by dirty mundanes by calling him and his ilk, "wacko birds" who get all the attention.
Sources: that screwing the American people over is a family tradtion. Remember the USS Liberty, a ship sunk with help from Admiral McCain. Kind of a metaphor isn't it?
Source: I just got an idea: It would be really neat if someone could come up with a graphic of a bald eagle standing in front of a background of the Bill of rights with the caption beneath, Wacko Bird. That would be cool to blog, tweet and facebook around in response to these neocon fascist types. T-Shirts would be nice if this story gets legs and people would know what term is in reference to. I really need to start homeschooling, uh, now or I'd start working on it.

Check out the great comments.

Check out Justin Amash's response:

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Veteran Shot Dead for Not Giving Up Gun

Grandpa, veteran and gun enthusiast John Schaefer was shot dead by a policeman when he refused to hand over his gun on his own property. Reports the Statesman:

Schaefer called 911 about 7:20 a.m. to report that he had shot and killed a pit bull that attacked him, Police Chief Art Acevedo said at a news conference that morning.
Officers asked dispatchers to call Schaefer back and tell him to put his gun in the house before officers arrived. He refused, Acevedo said, and he refused again when officer Jonathan Whitted got to the residence and asked Schaefer to hand over the pistol he saw tucked in his waistband.
When Whitted went to take the gun, Schaefer pulled it out and aimed it at the officer, Acevedo said. Whitted then shot and killed Schaefer.

Neighbors, including one man who said he witnessed the incident, said they heard two shots.
Lt. Ely Reyes said Friday that it’s not unusual for an officer to separate an unknown person from a firearm when responding to a situation, even if that person is legally allowed to carry a weapon.
If officers pull over someone who has a concealed handgun license, for example, and learn that a gun is in the vehicle, they often ask the person to step outside to check for a weapon, he said.
But after hearing Acevedo’s explanation of what happened Friday, two neighbors questioned whether it was wrong for Schaefer to hold onto his gun on his own property.

Now some will say you should always do what the man in a uniform tells you to do that's just the way it is. But people like that are brainwashed statists who need a dose of Americanism. What ever happened to shoot to wound? Lesson learned here: don't call the police for something like a dead dog, or you might be on their menu.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Blackwater to Patrol Greece?!

According to this post at Lew Rockwell, a waitress at a Greek restaurant says that her daughter and son-in-law were coming over from that austere country. She said that middle-class folks were digging through trash cans for food.

The post further goes on to recount that everyone but the usual suspects with the Swiss bank accounts are getting totally shafted. Riots are gettting more dangerous. The native police can't be trusted because their salaries have been cut and they, too, are royally ticked off. The solution? Call in the Mercs!

The Greek government has hired Blackwater, which now operates under the name Academi, (seems like they change their name every two years or something) plus five other such merc companies to keep order. Read: keep the mundanes from slitting the throats of those who never seem to go to jail, never lose any money, and always have JP Morgan et al on speed dial.

Coming to us soon? I hope not -  spread the word about the playbook, and they'll be forced to use another one. Hopefully not the mousepox scenerio...

Friday, February 22, 2013

They Want Somebody Dead: Is It You?

I'm sure by now you've heard about the massive stash of bullets that the Department of Homeland Security aka Brownshirts for the 21st century has purchased. Recall that DHS was formed in consultation with the ex-chiefs of the East German Stasi and KGB, putting the total in totalitarianism.

I'm sure you've also heard that "law enforcement" agencies have purchased a whole lot of targets that look like everyday white Americans to use at the range or on pop-up targets. They have grandma and grandpa targets, pregnant women, little kids - all of which are white people. I never get into the whole racial drama stuff, but I'm beginning to feel like someone is zeroing in on my particular demographic.

You'll notice that the target has a background that indicates that she is in her own home, not out in the "battlefield" blowing up bridges and setting up IEDs. If you get a chance to look at some of the other targets, you'll find them set in their homes. 

As Infowars reports, a big customer of this target company is DHS, who a source said ordered these targets:

Following concerns that the issue could be linked with Homeland Security’s purchase of around 2 billion bullets over the last year, which many fear is linked to preparations for domestic disorder, it has now emerged that Law Enforcement Training Inc. has racked up contracts worth almost $2 million dollars with the DHS over the last three years.
The vast majority of those contracts were for “training aids” and “paperboard,” according to the website, which lists numerous different contracts each in the region of $150,000 and $180,000 dollars stretching back to early 2010 and running through to July 2012.
A customer who called Law Enforcement Inc. yesterday told Infowars that the company informed him the targets were, “strictly for Department of Homeland Security and other law enforcement agencies.”

But who else would want these, unless the local SWAT teams are looking for more fresh meat? Will Grigg has a great piece that ties this outrage to the track record of "law enforcement", which has a hefty body count.

But what really, really blows my mind is that there are conservatives, who have been mentioned in the Homeland MIAC report as potential terrorists and are being used literally as target practice, who are whining about how "stupid" liberals are and how "retarded" Obama supporters are. Um, HELLO! They're just so stupid that they're planning to outgun you, and keep you talking political reality in stupid Fox News terms. Who is the dumb ones here? I think that's the big difference between so-called libertarians, which really is just awake Americans, and conservatives who are unaware of the real centers of power in this country.

As I have taken a lot of time to detail on this blog, going piece by piece through the names, companies, association, etc. we are in our 100th year of subversion by god-hating, possibly devil-worshiping weirdos. That's really the bottom line; the reality that we have to understand before any possible reform can come. Maybe I ought to troll some conservative sites and drop some truth bombs and see what happens - usually just silence.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Random Thoughts from a Person Who Thinks Too Much

I haven't had time to cohesively put together post of quality because stuff like this has been racing through my mind:

  • Potty training two kids at once is no picnic. The baby, almost two, wants to go potty but doesn't try to make it on time and plays around with it. She does take her diaper off before going and then proceeds to go all over the place. Just the other day she alerted me to her situation and I look into the room she's pointing in, scanning for a dirty diaper, but instead sunk my toe right into a warm pile. So then I go hopping on one foot to the bathroom to wash it off. Now comes the real embarrrassing part, my recently-turned four year old is not potty trained and is a particularly difficult case because we can't understand hardly anything he says. We did make out "I don't wanna" when asked why he didn't go potty. Well there you go, you can't argue with that. I've made some inroads, but I have to put him on the toliet and refuse to let him off until he goes. He takes to hiding around the house - I should take him outside and blast him with the hose, but I think he'd like it too much.
  • Tomorrow the little stinker and I go to a local school to get his speech evaluated. He looks and acts like his older sister who was a late talker. But when he came up on four years old and I still couldn't understand him, I decided I needed to do something. I hesitated because having to take one kid to ongoing appointments is a pain when you got others, but since I've got a fourteen year old babysitter and my husband can work from home a good portion of the time, it shouldn't be such a big deal. One thing for sure, if he has auditory processing problems, getting started on working it out before kindergarten will help me out in the long run. I figure he's got dyslexia, auditory processing problems and all that jazz. I ran up against that with his aforementioned sister, but she was at least talking at four and when she was six, I did her speech therapy myself at home. But this is different because she at least was talking enough where I could identify which particular sounds she was screwing up: f, v, th, and zh. There are exercises for those and we spent about a year working though them all.  Little guy is a little wild man, I just hope he doesn't hang from the rafters. This is an example of what he sounds like:

  • So anyway, I've also been thinking that leggings are not pants. I was waiting to get an ultrasound because the NP thought my uterus was bigger than 13 weeks, but nope the baby measured right where I said she should be. But in the waiting room a woman comes in wearing skin tight red pants, and she wasn't fifteen, but at least 40. Lord have mercy - this is yet another sign of the last days. She had nice looking legs, but that's not the point. I too, have nice legs, but I don't go around showing them off in public like a ho ho. What's with this I have a mini-mini skirt sweater dress thing on top so it's all cool thing going on? Maybe at 33, I've finally become the old church lady? We've come a long way since women weren't supposed to show their ankles. Maybe they had a point: miniskirts=total downfall of western civilization.
  • So this LA Cop stuff is interesting to watch because of the many ways the Elite will try to utilize it to their advantage, if the whole thing isn't a con to begin with. I see mulitiple scenerios:
  1. This Dorner fellow really did perceive himself to be done wrong and is not psycho, instead has taken up cold blooded, deliberate revenge as his hobby. Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose and all that. LAPD has a lot coming back to it for all the RFK assasination evidence they destroyed, but anyway...
  2. Given his military background, I would not dismiss the possibity of programming as we've seen with so many other patsies. This incident gives the government a reason to go after veterans with psych screens to keep their firearms, to use drones on an American civilian for the first time, and to further condition Americans to accept a climate of fear. These people manipulate stuff like this all the time, thus saith the declassified CIA papers and such.
  3. Dorner might be part of a larger team to achieve the maniuplation and get the drone program to a rip roaring start. His raving writings were supposed to give him credibility with everyone who's been pulled over in LA for driving while black, and at the same time maintain the narrative for a black man in a blue state-"Obama is awesome as well as everything out of his mouth..."
  • I've really got to start my indoor seedlings for the garden this year. Red headed sister already has the prime window space for her butterfly garden seedlings. I'm thinking of expanding into a potato patch and maybe put in a few rows of corn this year. One thing is for sure, the birds around here are almost at a Hitchcock level, I do think they ate a lot of my seeds right after I put them in last year. Thus I'm going to try to beat them by starting out with some big plants. 
  • I've really also got to start getting my kids involved in some sort of activities, we don't seem to be connected with people as quickly as I did in my old homeschooling circles. I would put my girls in Girl Scouts, but they've gotten so liberal-not the troop leaders, but the literature they put out. They've done away with so many of the badges and push the girl power crap to the point where they might as well just say homemaker=complete loser. Yes, there are American Heritage girls, but not one close enough to me and it's a major production to get one of those started-do I look like I've got the time?
  • Blogging on a tablet is very frustrating. I can't get the Youtube embed codes to come up, putting pictures in is spotty, and all of a sudden, the cursor gets whisked away somewhere or won't cooperate. I have a keyboard that goes with it so typing is not a problem, but the rest of it really ticks me off. That and I can't seem to have any quality time with the PC.
  • Also I've thrown my back out so I hope I don't have to drag little buddy to and fro (he's really fond of the sit down strike right now-as an added twist, he'll pull off his shoes and socks if he doesn't want to leave) as he's really strong and wirey. Well the heating pad calls me again...

Monday, February 4, 2013

Manly American Men

You know you need some counter to the propaganda, especially if you still own a "television machine". So here they are, speaking out loud and proud:

A father of a student at Sandy Hook laying the blame where it belongs:

Here are some guys in Western New York who have no intention of registering anything with anybody:

And here is Henson Ong who could be a voice-over actor, I think. Sometimes it takes someone from the outside to clearly see what is going on:

Well hope this cheers someone up out there.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Politician Tells the Truth - Updated

You have to search high and low to find a politician who will tell it like it is. Here is Belgian MP Louis opposing support in Mali vehemently:

Whoops, as Anon mentioned, you won't get this unless you hit the closed caption button located in the bottom of the Youtube window as "cc", then you will get the English captions.

Get a load of that guy behind him--wonder what he's up to?
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