Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Suspicious Activity At Florida Shooting Scene

What are these cops doing?

How does THIS fit the official timeline?

Folks, we're being played for suckers ... again.

Thought For The Day - 2/28/2018

The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly affirmed (most recently in 2005) that police have no constitutional duty to protect members of the public from harm.

Source -

So really ... what good are they?

Are School Shootings DECREASING ???

Fox and Fridel’s research, which will be published later this year, found that “on average, mass murders occur between 20 and 30 times per year, and about one of those incidents on average takes place at a school,” Northeastern reported. (Mass murder is defined as four or more individuals killed in a 24-hour period, excluding the shooter.)

They compiled data from USA Today, the FBI’s Supplementary Homicide Report, Congressional Research Service, Gun Violence Archive, Stanford Geospatial Center and Stanford Libraries, Mother Jones, Everytown for Gun Safety, and a NYPD report on active shooters, ultimately finding that “shooting incidents involving students have been declining since the 1990s.”

You can read the rest @

Well, whaddya know?

Trump's Middle East Peace Plan - DOA

Here is what the new Cyrus apparently has in mind:

The Asharq al-Awsat report, based on Arab diplomatic sources in Paris, said that the US intends to present the plan at an international conference to be held in an Arab capital, likely Cairo.

Under the plan, according to the report, the US will recognize a Palestinian state and its capital in east Jerusalem, on condition that the Old City will come under international protection. The plan calls for the Jordan Valley and major settlement blocs to remain under Israeli sovereignty, and for small, isolated settlements to be relocated.

You can read the rest @

Neither Israelis nor Palestinians will accept this, and Trump has no leverage over them.

So, what now?

Destroying Ecuador

The tropical Andes of Ecuador are at the top of the world list of biodiversity hotspots in terms of vertebrate species, endemic vertebrates, and endemic plants. Ecuador has more orchid and hummingbird species than Brazil, which is 32 times larger, and more diversity than the entire USA.

In the last year, the Ecuadorean government has quietly granted mining concessions to over 1.7 million hectares (4.25 million acres) of forest reserves and indigenous territories. These were awarded to transnational corporations in closed-door deals without public knowledge or consent.

This is in direct violation of Ecuadorean law and international treaties and will decimate headwater ecosystems and biodiversity hotspots of global significance. However, Ecuadorean groups think there is little chance of stopping the concessions using the law unless there is a groundswell of opposition from Ecuadorean society and strong expressions of international concern.

You can read the rest @

What were they thinking?

Why is it that no one seems capable of resisting the bribes of multinational corporations which seem hellbent on destroying not only Ecuador but the rest of our planet as well?

For the love of money is the root of all evil
1 Timothy 6:10 KJV

What's So Bad About Cash ???

Ask the Swedes, who are on the verge of going completely cashless:

People living in the world’s most cashless society may soon lose their access to notes and coins.

To avoid that extreme scenario, Swedish cash-handling provider Loomis AB wants authorities to force banks and retailers to continue accepting cash.

The warning follows similar calls from the Swedish central bank, which is worried that the rapid disappearance of cash will ultimately lead to the disintegration of the infrastructure needed to use notes and coins and undermine its task to promote a safe and efficient payment system.

You can read the rest @

We in the US soon will suffer a similar fate.

What's in it for We The People? Nothing, except a complete lack of safety and security (i.e., now just about anyone can hack our accounts and steal our money).

What's in it for our brutal tech titan overlords? EVERYTHING, including the ability to track each and every thing that we buy and sell. Doesn't that remind you of this prophecy?

And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
Revelation 13:16-17 KJV

Say bye-bye to freedom and privacy. These now are crimes in the land of the sheeple.

By the way, we have ample evidence (both religious and secular) that going cashless will be bad for us. So why are we allowing the powers that be to force us to do it?

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

The Great YouTube Purge Of 2018

Have you noticed that many YouTube sites are being taken down? Here is a discussion of what is happening:

Unfortunately, I think that what YouTube is doing is completely legal and NOT a violation of the First Amendment. Check the contract we all signed when we went up on YouTube if you disagree.

But the "purge" definitely cuts off the income of many people, and it also eliminates many opposing points of view from the Internet.

Yes, there is censorship and fascism in the US.

No, it's not coming from Trump. It's coming from the people who seem to openly HATE Trump.

You know who they are.

By the way, other sites now have viruses attached to them and your browser either will not open them or if you do your computer will become infected. Is this being done with malicious intent to stifle free speech? I have a feeling it is.

Welcome to the New Dark Age - seemingly brought to you by folks who by their own admission are the smartest people in the room.

An Assault Weapons Ban In Maryland ???

Here it comes:

While Americans watched the 2018 Olympics and mainstream media put on scripted town hall meetings to demonize law-abiding citizens who own guns, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia handed down a blow to the Second Amendment.

In a 10-4 ruling, the federal court ruled that the state of Maryland’s ban on 45 different “assault” weapons and its 10-round limit for magazines was not a violation of the citizens’ constitutional rights. The ruling was not without harsh dissent, however.

“Put simply, we have no power to extend Second Amendment protections to weapons of war,” Judge Robert King wrote for the court, adding that the Supreme Court’s decision in District of Columbia v. Heller explicitly excluded such coverage, according to NBC.

“It’s unthinkable that these weapons of war, weapons that caused the carnage in Newtown and in other communities across the country, would be protected by the Second Amendment,” Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, who spearheaded the movement, said.

You can read the rest @

That is absurd !!! Take a look at the wording of the Second Amendment:

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

If this amendment means anything at all, it means citizen militias should be armed with weapons capable of defending the security of their state. If they cannot use "weapons of war" to accomplish this, they obviously would fail.

The implication? US courts are going to allow an invasion to proceed (i.e., the nearly uncontrolled flood of immigrants and drugs across our borders), but they're not going to allow the states or their citizens to repel such an invasion.

Isn't that treason ("levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort")?

Whatever the case, we are witnessing the wholesale dismantling of our constitutional framework, by the very persons who take an OATH to support our constitution.

Jeez !!!

Will Pope Allow Priests To Marry ???

According to this report, the Pope may allow priests to marry to alleviate a shortage:

You can read the rest @

As the report states, this is not really a new thing:

Today, fewer than 2% of the world’s Catholic priests are married, most of them clergy in the two dozen Eastern Catholic Churches, which are in communion with Rome but follow the Orthodox practice and allow for married priests.

I was brought up in a Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church in Ohio, and the initial parish priest was married. It was due to his influence that I was given a middle name, as it was the custom at the time to NOT do such a thing (neither of my parents had middle names).

If the church is to survive, it needs to change. What it should not do, however, is change in ways that deny the gospels or approve of things the Bible says are abominations.

Unlearning War

Here is one of the things US Army Major Danny Sjursen learned in Afghanistan:

That all my poor boys really accomplished in Afghanistan was to secure one square kilometer of land for one short year. That despite the best Petraeus-speak and can-do military rhetoric, we enduringly protected exactly zero Afghans. That when the smoke cleared, the only things my troops lastingly left behind were three American lives and 11 American limbs. How I wish I could unlearn that all that effort, fear and violence was for nothing, and that seeking to impose a foreign-backed centralized regime in rural Afghanistan has almost no historical track record of success. Just ask the Russians - or the British.

You can read the rest of what he learned @

I strongly urge you to read what he has to say.

If we are to survive as a nation, I think it's imperative that we unlearn war ... and learn how to be at peace, something we have failed to do in all our 500+ year history on this continent.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Howard Beale Tells Us The Truth

From the 1976 movie Network:

Reminds you of CNN and the networks, doesn't it?

And please get a load of this, too:

With the exception of not knowing about the Internet, didn't this movie accurately predict what our world has turned into?

Mindblowing Corruption At FBI

Please listen to what NSA whistleblower William Binney has to say:

Quote For The Day - 02/26/2018

"Every single empire in its official discourse has said that it is not like all the others, that its circumstances are special, that it has a mission to enlighten, civilize, bring order and democracy, and that it uses force only as a last resort. And, sadder still, there always is a chorus of willing intellectuals to say calming words about benign or altruistic empires."
Edward W. Said

Remind you of anyone?

SERIOUS Doubts About Florida Shooting Narrative

Something is seriously wrong with this narrative:

“I suddenly saw the shooter about twenty feet in front of me standing at the end of the hallway actively shooting down the hallway, just a barrage of bullets, and I’m staring at him thinking why are the police here, this is strange because he’s in full metal garb, helmet, face mask, bulletproof armor, shooting this rifle that I’ve never seen before,” Lippel told Good Morning America last Wednesday.


An NBC News report gives the official timeline of events:

  • Within barely two minutes of being dropped off, Cruz started firing into four classrooms in Building 12, returning to two of them to shoot again, Israel said.
  • Cruz then went upstairs to the second floor, where he shot one of his victims, before proceeding to the third floor, where he ditched his rifle and backpack, Israel said.
  • He then ran down the stairs and outside, where he blended in with hundreds of terrified students — many of them his former classmates — and eluded officers as he left campus, Israel said.
  • Amid the chaos he’d left behind at the school, Cruz made his way to a Walmart store, bought a drink at its Subway restaurant and walked away again, Israel said.

Such a scenario seems not only entirely unlikely but almost impossible.


... prosecutors have already offered Cruz a deal to spare his life in exchange for his plead of guilt. However, if school cameras, video footage, and other hard evidence reveals that Cruz was, in fact, the shooter, why would there be a need for Cruz to plead guilty? Wouldn’t the case be cut and dry?

You can read the rest @

If Cruz wore "full metal garb", when did he put it on? And where did he leave it? He certainly wasn't wearing it when he left the school.

And yes - if video footage exists, does it or does it not show Cruz doing the things to which he is pleading?

This should remind you of what happened following the Boston Marathon bombing - the suspect plead guilty, allegedly to avoid the death penalty, and never really received a trial at all. Where's the fairness in that?

This whole thing is starting to smell like just another false flag. Maybe it's not, but once again why don't the FACTS match the narrative AND make sense?

It's OK To Question Aurthority

On the fifth of April, 2017, CNN staged a fake, scripted interview featuring a seven year-old Syrian girl sounding out pro-regime change talking points syllable-by-syllable using concepts that she could not possibly understand. CNN host Alisyn Camerota was asking the child questions throughout the performance, which means that Camerota necessarily had the other half of the script.

CNN has never offered an explanation for this event, and nobody has ever been able to provide me with a plausible defense of it.

This is not some tinfoil hat fantasy I made up in my imagination. This happened. CNN knowingly staged a fake, scripted interview and deceitfully passed it off to its audience as a real one, exploiting a small child for interventionist propaganda in an inexcusably fraudulent way.

And yet CNN has the gall to get huffy and indignant when it's suggested that they tried to use scripted questions in a town hall about the Florida school shooting.

You can read the rest @

In my view, CNN is a one-sided political action committee. They shouldn't even be watched, let alone believed.

Are Whistleblowers Spies ???

Reality Winner is in a heap of trouble:

Two interesting things about this:

  1. The Intercept ratted her out, and
  2. The Intercept now controls all the Snowden docs which were never released (and probably never will be).

We're being treated to movies about the "courage" displayed by the The Washington Post, when it published the Pentagon Papers, at the same time the government is prosecuting whistleblowers of lesser stature. Why is that? Is it because Jeff Bezos now owns the WP?

Assange, Manning, and Snowden arguably are heroes. How about Reality Winner?

Or are we now supposed to believe that the MSM are the real heroes, and that the whistleblowers are just spies we should revile?

Why Did CDC Researcher Vanish ???

What happened to this man?

Did he know something we're not supposed to find out?

Or did he collapse somewhere and fall into a ditch?

Very strange, whatever it is.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

The Children's Crusade Against Guns

Some are calling the latest campaign for gun control a "children's crusade". Some like it; others think it's a fraud:

Here's what I'd like to know - when will our children demand an end to the following things which clearly are driving the violence in our culture and in their schools:

  • violence in movies
  • violence on TV
  • violent video games
  • violent porn on the Internet
  • the gang culture in their schools and communities at large
  • bullying
  • smart phone disruption in the classroom
  • child alcohol abuse
  • child drug abuse
  • dulling their minds using ADD meds
  • using schools to conduct social justice experiments

If our kids are so darn smart, why are they complaining ONLY about guns and not about these other psychic drivers?

Or if they DO recognize and ARE complaining about them, why is the MSM blocking that from public view?

The whole damn thing stinks to high heaven.

Has ACLU Stopped Defending Civil Liberty ???

Great observations by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts:

There are many signs of American collapse. One of the most scary is the fact that the American Civil Liberties Union no longer knows what are the civil liberties it purports to defend. Identity Politics has transformed civil rights into privileges for victim groups.

Yesterday (February 22, 2018) I received a 50-state survey from the ACLU. The envelope in which the questionnaire arrived said the survey was about how “to protect civil liberties during the Trump Presidency.” However, the survey (essentially a fundraiser) did not mention a single civil liberty contained in the Bill of Rights and added as amendments to the US Constitution.

Nothing about the sweeping away by the criminal Bush regime of habeas corpus with indefinite detention. No mention of the criminal Obama regime’s kill list, which swept away due process by executing US citizens on allegation alone without trial, evidence, and conviction. Nothing about the sweeping away by both criminal regimes of the prohibition against spying on citizens without warrants. No mention of the shutdown of free speech and protest or of the destruction of civil liberties by unaccountable police who brutalize, rob, and murder Americans at will.

In place of civil liberties, the ACLU has Identity Politics. The ACLU “civil rights” survey is concerned with the civil rights of illegal aliens, of women to have abortions and publicly financed birth control, the “fundamental rights of LGBT people,” and Muslim bans. The civil liberties listed in the Constitution do not qualify for concern; only invented rights that are not listed in the Bill of Rights.

You can read the rest @

ACLU seems to be just another group that wants the US to be reinvented (i.e., destroyed). I have zero respect for them.

Is CalPERS Insolvent ???

According to this report it nearly is:

Most US pension plans are in big trouble, and I doubt they all can be bailed out.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Who Qualifies As A "Shooting Survivor" ???

According to reports like this one, "shooting survivors" have been making demands:

But according to this report, the recent shooting in Florida left 17 dead and 19 wounded:

In my view, only the wounded qualify as "shooting survivors". All the others fall into the category of "bystanders".

Or is everyone now a victim?

Smart Cities

Here is a puff piece concerning how tech "geniuses" want to reinvent our cities:

Note that homelessness is mentioned only once, and that no real solutions for homelessness and unemployment are offered.

Only smart people will be living in their smart cities, and that means people who think and act just like them. The rest of us appear to be of no concern.

Who Has Gun Rights ???

Brandon Smith makes the following argument about gun rights:

Though the media often attempts to twist the gun rights debate into a web of complexity, gun rights is in fact a rather simple issue - either you believe that people have an inherent right to self defense, or you don’t. All other arguments are a peripheral distraction.

You can read the rest @

Now read the Second Amendment:

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Note three things:
  1. This is the only time the word "infringed" appears in the US Constitution;
  2. The amendment is addressing "the security of a free State" and NOT an individual's right to self-defense; and
  3. The US government (through its agent the FBI) has been ruthlessly suppressing independent militias throughout the US for quite some time (starting with Operation PATCON).

In my view, in spite of all the rhetoric it is "our" government which does not want We The People to have firearms. The feds don't want us to have "free States" or the ability to defend ourselves. In this sense, they are in complete agreement with the political philosophy of Max Weber:

According to Weber, the state is that "human community that (successfully) claims the monopoly of the legitimate use of violence within a given territory." ... For example, the law might permit individuals to use force in defense of one's self or property, but this right derives from the state's authority.

Source -

In other words, "our" government is acting as if our rights derive from the state's authority; not as if its powers derived from the consent of the people.

All other arguments are a peripheral distraction.

Billy Graham's Fading Legacy

Here is an analysis of Billy Graham's legacy:

While Billy Graham was leading a revival in Los Angeles in 1949, William Randolph Hearst looked at the handsome thirtysomething evangelist with flowing blond hair and famously directed editors in his publishing empire to “puff Graham.” Some six decades later, the preacher had become a silver-haired retiree whose Parkinson’s disease kept him largely out of view, but the puffery never stopped. When Graham died this week, he was hailed by President George W. Bush as “America’s pastor,” and even more lavishly by Vice-President Mike Pence as “one of the greatest Americans of the past century.” President Bill Clinton praised him for integrating his revivals. Russell Moore, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, called him “the most important evangelist since the Apostle Paul.”

Graham’s accomplishments are, without doubt, legion. The widely cited estimate that he preached to some 215 million people is likely in the ballpark. And while the nineteenth-century lawyer-turned-evangelist Charles Finney must be credited with inventing modern revivalism, Graham perfected and scaled it, turning evangelicalism into worldwide impulse that has transformed Christianity in recent decades in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.

But almost two decades ago, Graham handed over the keys of the empire to his son, Franklin. And if you want to chart the troubled recent course of American evangelicalism - its powerful rise after World War II and its surprisingly quick demise in recent years - you need look no further than this father-and-son duo of Billy and Franklin Graham. The father was a powerful evangelist who turned evangelicalism into the dominant spiritual impulse in modern America. His son is - not to put too fine a point on it - a political hack, one who is rapidly rebranding evangelicalism as a belief system marked not by faith, hope, and love but by fear of Muslims and homophobia.

You can read the rest @

I have not followed Franklin, but I tend to agree with the author. We live in a different time than Billy did. One might even call our time "the end of an age". The message of today's puny versions of William Randolph Hearst seems to be "puff Satan".

A church built on hatred instead of righteousness cannot flourish. Nor should it, and perhaps that's what Jesus was talking about in this prophecy about the 666 beast:

7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
Revelation 13:7-8 KJV

Who Rules After Netanyahu ???

Here is a great essay by Uri Avnery:

Who knows, perhaps Trump's gift of Jerusalem to Israel will make all Bibi's problems go away.

Or perhaps this is just the start of the time of Jacob's trouble:

Alas! for that day is great, so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob's trouble, but he shall be saved out of it.
For it shall come to pass in that day, saith the Lord of hosts, that I will break his yoke from off thy neck, and will burst thy bonds, and strangers shall no more serve themselves of him:
But they shall serve the Lord their God, and David their king, whom I will raise up unto them.
Therefore fear thou not, O my servant Jacob, saith the Lord; neither be dismayed, O Israel: for, lo, I will save thee from afar, and thy seed from the land of their captivity; and Jacob shall return, and shall be in rest, and be quiet, and none shall make him afraid.
For I am with thee, saith the Lord, to save thee: though I make a full end of all nations whither I have scattered thee, yet I will not make a full end of thee: but I will correct thee in measure, and will not leave thee altogether unpunished.
Jeremiah 30:7-11 KJV

Friday, February 23, 2018

Moving To Jerusalem

According to this report, the US will move its embassy to Jerusalem on May 14:

Those of you who are mindful of myths and omens may find this interesting:

May 14 is the ancient Egyptian celebration known as the "Panegyric of Isis" (Aset), when Asar (Osiris) was found and Aset (Isis) celebrated finding him. You can read about their myth here:

Strange that such an important event (moving the US embassy to Jerusalem) should occur on such a propitious date. I don't think that New World Order pyramid wound up on our Great Seal for nothing:

What Palm Oil Tells Us

Here is a report about the ups and downs of the palm oil industry:

Put this together with all the other bad news about our impact on the environment, and you may (like me) come to the conclusion that humanity is the worst thing to ever happen to this planet.

Perhaps there is no easy solution to our biggest problem - too many humans, and not enough anything else. The only apparent workable hard solution is unthinkable, at least so far: the human herd must be culled. Let's all pray it doesn't come to that.


Perpetual War For Perpetual Peace ???

ISIS used to be an al-Qaeda affiliate, and the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) covers al-Qaeda. This was the initial legal justification for US deployments in Iraq and Syria. But now that ISIS is defeated, and the Pentagon says troops are staying, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) has asked the administration what the legal pretext is for permanent post-ISIS war.

New letters from the State and Defense Departments lay out the case, such as it is. The arguments in both letters are very similar. The 2002 AUMF for Iraq doesn’t have any caveats. It just says Iraq is a threat, and that means the US can do whatever they want to, with, or in Iraq. Syria, where the US is not only not invited, but troops are said to be there to advance regime change, is a lot trickier.

The argument is that because ISIS still sort of exists, the US can keep troops in Syria just in case ISIS becomes a serious threat, and while there, any time Syria forces get kind of close, the US can attack them “in self-defense.”

You can read the rest @

I do not agree at all. Since the US created al-Qaeda, this line of reasoning is Kafkaesque at best ... and a complete fabrication at its worst.

Congress should cut off ALL funding not related to the defense of our immediate borders. Period.

Bring the troops home, and use them to clean out the drug cartels and human trafficking rings infesting our nation.

AR-15 Gross Hypocrisy

Here is what an emergency room doctor says he "learned" about wounds from an AR-15:

In point of fact, this is exactly what the weapon was designed to do.

Did anyone whine when the military version was used against the Vietnamese? Not really. We wanted "the gooks" to suffer and die.

Dear Doctor - As Martin Luther King, Jr. pointed out, our government is the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today. Several things must happen if we want this to stop:

  • defund the Defense (sic) Department
  • break up DARPA
  • shut down all Special Operations activities
  • stop using violence as our "go-to" solution for everything
  • flush the filth and violence out of Hollywood
  • destroy all violent video games
  • shut down the Internet

If we're SERIOUS about stopping school shootings, we'll have to do all these and more. Merely whining about assault weapons won't cut it.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Coca-Cola And Nestlé Privatizing Water Reserves ???

Private companies such as Coca-Cola and Nestlé are allegedly in the process of acquiring private ownership of the largest reserve of water, known as the Guarani Aquifer, in South America. The aquifer is located beneath the surface of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay and is the second largest-known aquifer system in the world.

You can read the rest @

If true, this is not good for the people of the region or the rest of the world.

There are some things which should NOT be privatized. These include air, water, food, and energy. They are necessities of life, not commodities used to enrich corporate CEOs and other members of the Davos Mafia.

Will Saudis Get Nuclear Weapons ???

Saudi Arabia is moving swiftly to become the next country in the Middle East with nuclear power. The Kingdom is on the verge of striking a deal with the US for the purchase of nuclear reactors despite concerns over its refusal to accept stringent restrictions against the proliferation of nuclear weapons.

Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman, who is the de facto ruler of the country, has ambitious plans to diversify the country’s energy source and is in the market to purchase nuclear power reactors. The potential for lucrative deals is too good to be missed and the Trump administration is thought to be mulling over loosening US law to win Saudi contracts, worth billions. The Kingdom has refused to be bound by stringent US regulations that restrict reprocessing and enriching uranium for the production of nuclear weapons.

You can read the rest @

This is one of the worst ideas I have ever heard. It is one that almost guarantees there will be a nuclear war in the region.


By the way, the Saudis don't need to buy reactors to obtain nuclear weapons. They can extract uranium from the plentiful phosphate deposits in the region and enrich it themselves. I wrote about this fact back in 2014:

Having reactors would allow them to produce plutonium, and also the tritium necessary to make one type of H-bomb.

Did They Actually Want To Burn Her ???

Here is what happens in the US when you attempt to defend your constitutional rights (i.e., the right to keep and bear Arms):

"I had to have a security detail to get out," she said of the Sunrise, Fla. event. "I wouldn't be able to exit that if I didn't have a private security detail. There were people rushing the stage and screaming burn her."

As I have said before, it's just a matter of time until all of the US descends into open violence and/or civil war.

And yes, this development was and is being driven by the MSM and the Obama ad-Dajjal, Hillary, Soros-inspired crazies.

The possible responses to sedition include doing nothing and quashing the rebellion. At this point I think either one might lead to an even greater explosion of violence.

More Cops Is Not The Answer

In the wake of the Florida school shooting, some have been proposing that the answer is more police. Here are some examples of this type of proposal:

(1) Rush Limbaugh thinks we need concealed carry in our schools:

(2) President Trump agrees and thinks we should arm the teachers:

(3) In a related move, the mayor of Chicago wants to build an expensive police training academy in a blighted neighborhood:

If "more cops" was the answer, we'd already have the lowest rates of school shootings, incarceration, and police violence in the world. But instead we have the highest.

While the US prison population continues to grow, some countries actually are closing their jails due to a lack of prisoners:

Obviously, we're doing something wrong. I don't have the answer, but neither do the people who are running this country.

The Net-State Flexes Its Muscles

Thousands of high school students and their supporters rallied Wednesday at the Florida state capitol in Tallahassee, demanding legislative action to prevent further school shootings like the February 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

There were sympathy demonstrations and school walkouts across the country, involving many thousands of high school students in at least a dozen states, including Florida, Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Texas, Colorado, Arizona, Montana and Washington state.

You can read the rest @

Some are claiming that George Soros is behind the "gun control" aspect of these demonstrations:

That may be, but it's extremely unlikely a "special prosecutor" will be appointed to investigate his alleged interference in our so-called democratic process.

Also note well the anti-gun demonstrations are completely ignoring any and all aspects of the US Constitution. This does not bode well for the outcome of any future such exercises of grass-roots political power. Our kids are being driven toward a future in which The Founders' ideas of freedom and legal rights are meaningless.

You can find an excellent discussion of the origins and evolution of the "net-state" here:

Severed Heads On The Fashion Runway ???

Take a very close look at this report, and I think you'll agree with me that the "elites" have gone insane and are taking us with them on a trip to hell:

The "severed head" phenomenon suggests to me that certain kinds of mayhem (e.g., women killing men, blacks killing whites) soon will be encouraged, and it may even become commonplace.

Is this someone's idea of justice? I think it's the worst kind of seditious sociocide.

What do you think?

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

A Sobering Thought

In order for the American economy to register growth, as measured by GDP (the annual change in total value of all goods produced and services provided in the US), that growth is now based solely upon the growth in federal debt. Without the federal deficit spending, the economy would be shrinking.

You can read the details @


The Sign TV Documentary

The other day I watched "The Sign", a TV documentary about End Times preppers. You can find it described here:

I thought its discussions about signs in the heavens were useful.

But I was perplexed with some of the other content:

(1) Much time was spent evaluating timelines based on a 50-year jubilee cycle. Israel is NOT observing the law of jubilee, so I don't think that was a valid path to follow. Jews don't intend to restart the jubilee cycle until AFTER their messiah comes.

(2) Nothing the show covered would be supported by Israelis, especially not by the high priesthood. How can Jews and Christians experience totally different futures in the same Holy Land? Will Israeli Jerusalem and Christian "New Jerusalem" be different places?

(3) Much footage of the preppers focused on their use of firearms. There is nothing in the Book of Revelation to support such a thing.

The documentary ended with an anticipation that something important would happen on September 23, 2017. You can find a discussion about this issue here:

Apparently nothing important happened on that day, but perhaps something did that was concealed from us.

Whatever the case, keep these passages from Matthew 24 (KJV) in mind:

3 And as he sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?
33 So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors.
36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

Yes, the end is near ... but don't believe anyone who gives you a specific date. Even Jesus Himself could not do that.

Why Aren't We Watching The Olympics ???

According to this report, viewers in the US are not watching the Winter Olympics:

First of all, I am watching. I'm recording the broadcasts and watching them as I have time to get to them.

But there is much I don't like:

  • US sent too few real contenders
  • US losers have too many excuses
  • NBC spends too much airtime with US "favorites"

I'm tired of losers saying "it was a great experience" or "I'm having a good time". We sent you there to WIN, and if that's not your goal you don't belong there.

Is US Now Allied With ISIS ???

Without Changing a Stripe, ISIS Morphs from US’s Deadly Enemy to Useful Weapon to Perfect Target

By refusing to eliminate the ISIS contingent, while also not impeding the fighters fleeing westward, the anti-ISIS coalition, who profess their dedication to preventing ISIS from exporting their terror around the world, have not only not been helping to mitigate this outcome but have actually helped to enable it.

You can read the rest @

The available evidence suggests that al-Qaeda, ISIS, and other so-called terror groups are and perhaps always have been allied with the US.

This brings the rationale of the entire "war on terror" into question. My best guess is that the US and Israel are acting in concert to use terror, from any available source, to accomplish their nefarious goals - NONE of which benefit We The People.

Once again, we have been lied to and swindled by monsters.

Teaching Robots To Fight Humans

This is stupid on SO many levels:

You should FLEE from anyone who tells you that robots are not a danger to us.

Here Is Why NK Wants Nuclear Weapons

The US used biological weapons against the North Koreans and the Chinese during Truman's war against them. Here is the proof, in a report from 1952 which was just released:

I have written about this before, and I showed how it may be related to the issue of "brainwashing" and the US use of torture. You can read my essay here:

And yes, our lies from the Korean War STILL matter. As I stated in my 2013 blog post:

Perhaps our “big stick” diplomacy can delay the outbreak of another war on the Korean Peninsula, and perhaps it cannot. In my view, it’s past time for the United States to confess to its war crimes of over 60 years ago and to atone for our national sins. It’s also past time to determine the true circumstances of Frank Olson’s death and the true rationale and outcome of the CIA’s programs which led to our current interrogation techniques. Doing so might delay or prevent a war, and it might also help uncover more of the fundamental lies of the “War on Terror”.

Or we could just do what we always do - ignore the truth and start yet another war.

Which would YOU prefer?

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

ANOTHER New Pearl Harbor ???

In the wake of last week’s indictments alleging that 13 Russian nationals and entities created fake social media accounts and sponsored political events to sow political discord in the U.S., something of a consensus has arisen in the political and media class (with some notable exceptions) that these actions not only constitute an “act of war” against the U.S., but one so grave that it is tantamount to Pearl Harbor and 9/11. Indeed, that Russia’s alleged “meddling” is comparable to the two most devastating attacks in U.S. history has, overnight, become a virtual cliché.

The claim that Russian meddling in the election is “an act of war” comparable to these events isn’t brand new. Senators from both parties, such as Republican John McCain and Democrat Jeanne Shaheen, have long described Russian meddling in 2016 as an “act of war.” Hillary Clinton, while promoting her book last October, described Russia’s alleged hacking of the DNC and John Podesta’s email inbox as a “cyber 9/11.” And last February, the always war-hungry Tom Friedman of the New York Times said on “Morning Joe” that Russian hacking “was a 9/11-scale event. They attacked the core of our democracy. That was a Pearl Harbor-scale event.”

But the last few days have ushered in an explosion of this rhetoric from politicians and journalists alike.

You can read the rest @

The last two "Pearl Harbors" (the original and 9/11) led to devastating wars. Is that what our deep state now wants, a war with Russia? That's insane.

In my view, it should be obvious to any sane person that the REAL attack on our democratic process is coming from Obama ad-Dajjal, Hillary Clinton, and the rest of those who are trying to overthrow President Trump and start a war with Russia. DON'T LET THEM DO THIS.