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Economists, Military Strategists and Others Warned Us … Long Ago

We’ve known for 5,000 years that mass spying on one’s own people is always aimed at grabbing power and crushing dissent, not protecting us from bad guys.

We’ve known for 4,000 years that debts need to be periodically written down, or the entire economy will collapse. And see this.

We’ve known for 2,500 years that prolonged war bankrupts an economy.

We’ve known for 2,000 years that wars are based on lies.

We’ve known for 1,900 years that runaway inequality destroys societies.

We’ve known for thousands of years that debasing currencies leads to economic collapse.

We’ve known for millennia that torture is a form of terrorism.

We’ve known for thousands of years that – when criminals are not punished – crime spreads.

We’ve known for hundreds of years that the failure to punish financial fraud destroys economies, as it destroys all trust in the financial system.

We’ve known for centuries that monopolies and the political influence which accompanies too much power in too few hands are dangerous for free markets.

We’ve known for hundreds of years that companies will try to pawn their debts off on governments, and that it is a huge mistake for governments to allow corporate debt to be backstopped by government.

We’ve known for centuries that powerful people – unless held to account – will get together and steal from everyone else.

We’ve known for hundreds of years that standing armies and warmongering harm Western civilization.

We’ve known for 200 years that allowing private banks to control credit creation eventually destroys the nation’s prosperity.

We’ve known for two centuries that a fiat money system – where the money supply is not pegged to anything real – is harmful in the long-run.

We’ve known for 200 years that a two-party system quickly becomes corrupted.

We’ve known for over a century that torture produces false and useless information.

We’ve known since the 1930s Great Depression that separating depository banking from speculative investment banking is key to economic stability. See this, this, this and this.

We’ve known for 80 years that inflation is a hidden tax.

We’ve known for 79 years that war is a racket that benefits the elites but harms everyone else.

We’ve known since 1988 that quantitative easing doesn’t work to rescue an ailing economy.

We’ve known since 1993 that derivatives such as credit default swaps – if not reined in – could take down the economy. And see this.

We’ve known since 1998 that crony capitalism destroys even the strongest economies, and that economies that are capitalist in name only need major reforms to create accountability and competitive markets.

We’ve known since 2007 or earlier that lax oversight of hedge funds could blow up the economy.

And we knew before the 2008 financial crash and subsequent bailouts that:

  • The easy credit policy of the Fed and other central banks, the failure to regulate the shadow banking system, and “the use of gimmicks and palliatives” by central banks hurt the economy
  • Anything other than (1) letting asset prices fall to their true market value, (2) increasing savings rates, and (3) forcing companies to write off bad debts “will only make things worse”
  • Bailouts of big banks harm the economy
  • The Fed and other central banks were simply transferring risk from private banks to governments, which could lead to a sovereign debt crisis

Postscript:  Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it … and we’ve known that for a long time.



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“With origins shrouded in the mystery of ancient Indian history, Chaturanga or Shaturanga is one of the oldest versions of Chess that has ever been found. Indeed it is possible that Chaturanga is the original version of Chess and all the modern two player variants all derive from it – although older two player Chess games have been found.”
Originally there were four players with each controlling eight pieces. Traditionally this involved needing partnerships to win. As time passed the more traditional form became the norm, with sixteen pieces for each of the two players. But the chessboard has remained virtually unchanged since the 6th century.
From time immemorial, various “leaders” have thought of chess as the ultimate template for leadership and military policies, which is how “Brzezinski’s Chessboard” came to prominence. The problem is that chess bears no relationship to life or military policies because it is totally confined to an artificial playing field. Life on the other hand is not bound by artificial restraints of any kind.
So when the world speaks of ‘the politics of ‘the chessboard’ you know that what’s being referred to is usually just a medieval pipe-dream based on nothing but illusions that can have no real basis in fact. To counter that end I created a new variation on both the chessboard and the number of pieces. It’s called “Z” which stands of Zoi which means ‘life’.
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I expanded the original chess board adding 76 squares and 8 circles with an additional two pieces to the back row for each player. The new pieces begin from inside the circles. This game totally destroys the ability in the four player version, to pre-determine or to plan moves, because players not in direct opposition can play through the other players on the board. All players are subject to being taken by one of the other players at any time. The only way that anyone can ‘survive’ is by talking with the others and coming to understandings, just as in life to obtain the desired result. Four way chess continues until there is only one player standing.
In the game for two, on the same board, it’s possible to get behind the back rows of your opponent which completely changes the limitations invoked in traditional chess. It’s this ability of an opponent in life, to surround attackers, which is why formal chess is just a child’s game, in Brzezinski’s version, when compared with the reality of actual power and loss that’s possible: In the world today.
When reality enters the restricted world of chessboards, there’s an expansion of possibilities in “Z” over the totally artificial “war plans” that no longer work in today’s war zones. So, laying out any plan that employs “the Chessboard” is not only an out of date exercise, but its asinine in the extreme…
When in fact real plans are made for the types of war that will be fought between the mercenary Stazi-State against the people of the USA: What will be employed will be far more like Asymmetrical Warfare, than anything related to the long-dead Middle Ages.
In a 360 degree battle-zone, there is a whole lot more at risk than most people tend to remember. As this resistance progresses, those that will resist will become a new breed of individual and that is long overdue. The scavengers we’ll be opposing are not smart enough to fight against a determined people, especially when technically we have nothing left to lose!
For the last thirteen years we’ve tried to paint our capture as something that could have some possibly constructive aspects: It’s clear that we were wrong: As wrong as it is possible to sometimes be. It’s time to fight them to the end of it.
Once our fighters realize that this war must be fought from above and behind as well as from below and within; Then people might just begin to figure out how they can hurt these primitive barbarians of the old-world-order, masquerading as something new, when in reality they are no different than the Knight’s Templar or the modern variation of Genghis Kahn. They ride around now in brand-new vehicles pretending to be our ultimate predator-guards: Yet they’re nothing but hyenas on the prowl ­ and soon we’ll deal with that too!
Bear this in mind when reviewing the actualities on the ground today, all around the world, that’s in need of a total makeover now…


original link by Jim Kirwan @ http://www.rense.com/general96/mythchess.html   ….@ Rense.com

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By Steve Weinberg 

This article was originally published by Who What Why

A review of “Hoover’s FBI and the Fourth Estate: The Campaign to Control the Press and the Bureau’s Image” by Matthew Cecil, University Press of Kansas, 355 pages, $34.95

Matthew Cecil, a communications professor at Wichita State University, has resolved a conundrum that’s bedeviled me since 1970, when I was a fledgling investigative reporter.

1I had just completed my first interaction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the supposedly crackerjack national law enforcement agency. But the crackerjack part escaped me. My initial experience suggested an agency that produced inaccurate information inefficiently, failed to respect the constitutional liberties of U.S. citizens, and often resorted to intimidation and lies to get their way. Yet many of my journalistic “betters” told me I was misguided.

Smart people who think they are well informed about a subject—say, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s role as the nation’s elite law enforcement agency—usually “know” what they think they know based on exposure to mass media—television, radio, newspapers, magazines, books. But when mass media have been corrupted, the reliability of the “knowledge” becomes suspect. That’s the case with the FBI.

As “Hoover’s FBI and the Fourth Estate: The Campaign to Control the Press and the Bureau’s Image” shows, the performance of supposedly first-rate FBI agents has been dismal time and again when the citizens of the United States needed them most, including perhaps most notably the run-up to the events of September 11, 2001.

1What the FBI excelled at, especially under its long-time chief J. Edgar Hoover, was a non-stop public relations campaign that portrayed the agency as a heroic band of G-men who skillfully tracked and felled dangerous criminals.

“Tales of the FBI’s infallible laboratory and army of honest and professional agents became part of popular culture,” Cecil writes. Thanks to mass media, “the FBI was widely considered to be an indispensable government agency.”

In fact, in all too many cases, dangerous criminals were eluding capture, while that “infallible” forensic laboratory wrongly analyzed evidence again and again, leading to the pursuit and convictions of innocent individuals.

J. Edgar’s 48-Year Reign

The publicity juggernaut to gild the FBI’s image began during the directorship of J. Edgar Hoover. He died in 1972, after 48 years at the helm. But the campaign he initiated was so pervasive, and the propaganda he peddled so appealing, that the image of incorruptible, invincible agent-heroes lives on in perpetuity.

Only gradually, since Hoover’s death, has the true story of the FBI begun to emerge. As Cecil explains, the course of events and countless investigations have exposed “a lawless and uncontrolled Bureau that expended enormous amounts of time and resources policing political thought rather than investigating violations of federal law… Hoover had ultimately transformed the Bureau into an American secret police force, even as he convinced the public and many in the news media that he was a trustworthy defender of civil liberties.”

Cecil says he wanted his book to reveal “how, in a nation so proud of its watchdog press, a high-profile federal agency managed to hide the reality of its activities for so long. The answer is as complex as the FBI’s decades-long deception, but it surely includes failings entrenched in the ideology of journalism and in readers’ and viewers’ often uncritical acceptance of news as truth.”

The reference to the “watchdog press” is central here. Yes, starting in the first decade of the twentieth century, what today we call “investigative reporting” began to take root in the U.S. media. But no more than a handful of media organizations ever practiced serious investigative journalism. The vast majority of journalists were too untrained or lazy or gullible or corrupt to seek the truth behind the FBI’s public-relations façade.

Unfortunately, as Cecil points out, many, probably most, consumers of news cannot or will not distinguish the excellent journalists from the untrained, lazy, gullible and corrupt ones and therefore have no idea whom to believe about the FBI. Through wise choice of media outlets and via pure luck, some consumers of mass media inevitably learned the ugly truth about the FBI—while most never did.

In the book’s Introduction, Cecil renders the abridged history of the FBI public relations campaign:

“After a few tentative steps into the realm of publicity during the late 1920s, the Bureau became a key element of FDR’s New Deal war on crime in the mid-1930s. Two journalists, independent author Courtney Ryley Cooper and Neil (Rex) Collier, collaborated with Hoover and his top lieutenants to create a template for FBI news stories emphasizing responsibility and science and featuring Hoover as America’s always careful and reliable top law enforcement officer. With the creation of the public relations-oriented Crime Records Section in 1935 and the establishment of clear lines of public communication authority, Hoover had both a public relations message and a management team to amplify and enforce it.”

During the mid-1930s, Collier, a Washington Star reporter, oversaw a comic strip called “War on Crime” that ran for two years in 80 newspapers across the United States.

Cecil summarizes the first six weeks of the strip: “Week one of ‘War on Crime’ focused on Hoover, who, Collier wrote in the comic strip’s text, ‘had the vision of a man twice his age.’ Hoover had cleaned up the Bureau, and ‘now he had men of unassailable integrity’ in the field.”

After touting the agents’ grueling training regimen and the cutting-edge science of the FBI’s crime-fighting laboratory, the strip focused on the Agency’s success in capturing criminals: “In the morgue of the Fingerprint Division are the cancelled records of criminals removed from circulation such as Dillinger, Floyd, and Nelson.”J. Edgar Hoover (left) with Sumner Blossom, Editor of The American Magazine, and journalist Courtney Ryley Cooper

J. Edgar Hoover (left) with Sumner Blossom, Editor of The American Magazine, and journalist Courtney Ryley Cooper

Cooper had worked as a publicist for a circus before turning to newspaper feature writing. He met Hoover in 1933, while rewriting a profile of the FBI chief for American Magazine. After completing the rewrite, Cooper suggested a more permanent arrangement to Hoover.  Soon, articles ghost-written by Cooper about the FBI began appearing in magazines and newspapers under Hoover’s byline. Other pieces appeared under Cooper’s name after FBI staff had carefully vetted them. Among the influential periodicals that published such public relations material as “news” were the respectable magazines Cosmopolitan and Saturday Evening Post.

Cecil notes:

“At a time when Americans were desperate for government to do something right, the FBI’s pursuit and elimination of John Dillinger and the other ‘Robin Hood’ outlaws of the Midwest provided a compelling hook on which to hang the Bureau’s reputation. Hoover built on that narrative, erecting an FBI built not only on real law enforcement innovation but also on a manufactured public relations foundation that hid mistakes and excesses from public view for nearly 40 years.”

Accused bank robber Bennie Dickson, for example, died on a St. Louis street during 1939 after he supposedly threatened to unload his weapon in the direction of four FBI agents. Cecil, relying in part on previously undisclosed FBI reports, shows that Dickson was actually trying to flee the scene when a trigger-happy agent shot him in the back.

The evidence appears overwhelming that in the aftermath of Dickson’s death, FBI agents coordinated their accounts, offered perjured testimony and threatened a key witness into silence after she had told the truth.

Cecil says that holes first began to appear in the FBI’s holier-than-thou image around 1940. Media accounts of agents falsifying testimony, conducting illegal wiretaps and raiding homes of Americans involved in the Spanish Civil War brought the agency unwanted attention.

Hoover found ways to fight back.  His staff maintained lists of hundreds of journalists, and categorized each as friend or foe. Foes were denied access to FBI information, while friends, like famed columnist Walter Winchell, got “insider” tips they could use, often unattributed, to spin coverage of specific investigations and to burnish the FBI’s overall reputation.

While most major media outlets willingly joined the pro-FBI chorus, low-circulation intellectual magazines like The Nation and The New Republic probed deeper.

Fred Cook’s critical reporting about the FBI filled the entire 58 pages of The Nation magazine for October 18, 1958. Cook questioned the American public’s “worship” of an agency that was “part heroic fact” to be sure, but also “part heroic myth.” Cook would expand the magazine tour de force into a 1964 book, “The FBI Nobody Knows.”

While trying without success to refute Cook’s facts, Hoover and his supporters accused him, and other critics, of being un-American—a charge that bore considerable weight during the Communist-hunting hysteria of the 1950s.

Steve Weinberg is author of numerous books, served as Executive Director of the association Investigative Reporters and Editors, and is an expert on wrongful convictions.

Copyright Steve Weinberg, Who What Why, 2014

More here: http://whowhatwhy.com/2014/04/09/media-conned-public-loving-fbi-book-review#sthash.rtTD8azk.dpuf

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Here’s a good example of the dysfunctional elite in their sense of timing with Mr. Apocalypse. The stunning, lying hypocrisy of the government in The Land of The Me and the Home of the Slave, is the stuff of Grand Guignol, Arguably they know they are lying, morally bankrupt, sacks of shit but they can’t help themselves. They’re a lot like someone who wants to entertain so badly that they don’t mind that their general audience (the ones who appreciate them) have an IQ south of 70 or resemble the residents of a Florida geriatric complex that has forgotten their own names and doesn’t know yours (until they get wired up with the necessary tech).

It doesn’t matter. It’s all about the smell of the grease paint and the roar of the crowd and irrespective of your performance being not unlike that of a south of the border dog and pony porno flick, you’re unmoved by the obvious comparison. You’re in show business, proud as all get out to follow the elephant in the circus parade.

Since we are looking at either an upcoming Cannibal Apocalypse or a tabla rasa, it’s probably important for you to learn a few survival skills in the short term, as the long term always seems to take care of itself and also depend heavily on the short term anyway, That’s just one of the things you might profit from knowing and if it interests you, then… there’s a whole bunch more. I give this out by way of exampling the point that there are all kinds of things we could know and even some that we should know. As always though, it all depends on where you look.

This world, being a world of misdirection, is devoted to detours, also called umleitung in certain locations. Because of conditioning, people are unaware that they are being routed to one form of perdition or another and also convinced that what’s truly good for them is frightening and dangerous, as well as destructive to their social standing. You see forms of this every day, like that Austrian study that says vegetarians are more likely to catch cancer and have heart disease than meat eaters. In case you didn’t see it, here it is. Given the connection between colon cancer and meat eating, this is complete disinfo. I could go into detail about how very, very wrong this is but… why bother? Only certifiable morons would believe something like that. Yeah, if you believe that, I’ve got an insertable, vibrating iPhone5 that works as a Kundalini activator and also records messages and then transmits them to your inner ear. You too can hear voices. You’re living the dream, baby.

In the world of scriptural incidentals there are a whole lot of different creeds and convictions. Within all of the major manifestations of the teaching of one or the other simple, though illuminated souls, there are many schisms and each one of them is certain they have the right idea, which came birthed out of an imagined integrity to recapture the original duplication of something that has happened over and over many times before and most of which are unremembered and, indeed, of which no record even exists. Their imagined integrity was driven by an awareness of corruption in the original duplication and didn’t last all that long before it developed corruptions of its own. Sometimes it came out of a corruption within, where the founder discovered that all that was required was to rehash the teachings of the original duplicate and they would have their own money machine. They would have their own money machine AND be swathed in personal mystery that was guaranteed to provide them with bodies of whatever sexual persuasion they were inclined to express themselves upon, as a verification of their authentic rewriting of one or the other original duplication.

It’s impacted on every so called spiritual path that there is, whether that be Sunni, Wahhabi or Shiite, Mahayana or Hinayana, or any of the subvariables; including all of the myriad Christian sects. Truth is neither dual nor non dual. Using terms is not the same as understanding them and carrying a heavy attitude about ones level of insight is proof positive one possesses none. Even singular new age constructs have their offshoots and ingrown toenails of convoluted doctrine. Satanism isn’t what it used to be either, since most of it is just a reverse moralized cover for psychopathic antics, having only incidental connection to any actual worship of anything besides the evil in one’s self… hardly a satisfactory facsimile of the Prince of Darkness.

The truth of the matter, insofar as I have discovered and which only applies in that regard; leaving you free to believe whatever you please is… all this dual and non dual and having a head full of dogmatic cant and the fruits of metaphysical speculation birthed from the ruminations of a tiny separated mind add up to, well, squat actually. Sure… there is truth to be discovered in both dual and non dual thought but, it is not discovered, it is revealed and unless you’ve impressed the dispenser of all things real, you don’t have much except for your pretensions and whatever sophistication you’ve managed to engineer into whatever front you present to the world. Anyone can have the ear of the world for a moment or two and anyone can attain to levels of relative importance in the relative world but not everyone has the friendship of the ineffable or his agents and without that, you got nothing.

Of course, anyone and everyone is free to dispute this and to insist that there is some other way, or that one can damn well accomplish whatever they want, as a product of their own industry. But… whatever it is that you think you have acquired or come into the possession of will only sustain itself up unto the gates of death. Following that little incidental, one finds themselves engaged in a dialogue with a particular entity, to whom one must give an account of their words, actions and accomplishments (or lack of) here.

I will allow for there being the possibility that any number of loopholes and metaphysical wormholes may exist but I’m not keen to pursue any of those possibilities. I am utterly and completely convinced that you can’t get from here to there without a bonafide guide. I’m convinced you can’t get there without the grace of a master, or luminous entity with juice in the higher realms. I am convinced that we are all among the condemned, unless we have a friend of the court; an amicus curiae to plead our case… someone to say, “Hey, he’s with me” and that would be one who has already passed through the checkpoints you MUST PASS THROUGH in order to arrive in the worlds of light. Far greater souls than myself have attested to this and I have also heard it from the one who decides these things in one form or, seen and unseen.

Another thing that Bawa said, this time about me, when a friend went to him during the period I was in deep shit and facing a life sentence was, “Oh, he’s be alright, he’s just taken a different path.” I’m quite certain he wasn’t just talking about that particular condition. It’s because of this and similar statements and events that have come and gone and also permanently branded themselves upon my soul that I awaken with such a perpetuating optimism. It’s all those things hidden in the wide unknown, in the zones I am unaware of but which radiate with invisible force through every day and night.

If what you have discovered is real, it will not only endure, it will intensify, as ones connection to it strengthens through trial, test and experience. Eventually everything but this departs and these other things make their exits in the course of your “Voyage of Life.” When the parts that make all these distractions possible are gone from within you, they are simultaneously gone from without.

One can only understand anything from the level one occupies. The meaning given to anything and ones ability to use or apply anything, is totally dependent on what the level permits. Once the level shifts, it is altogether possible that both the meaning and function of most anything can radically alter from what it seemed to be. This is one more reason why, “I don’t know” is a most potent mantra. Conscious, “I don’t know”, coupled with humility and a sincere core of genuine aspiration, will engineer contact with the one who does know. Nothing is more important than making contact; in my view, from my perspective, in my opinion. Absolutely nothing I can imagine is more important than making a personal connection with the ineffable. Following that, everything takes care of itself as if by magic; seen in comparison with anything that went on before.

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The De Tocqueville Memorandum

“America is great because America is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, America ceases to be great.”

Philosophers tell us that we can reason backwards from our behavior to our First Principles to determine what guides us.

In this memorandum I seek to prove that the behavior of the United States government in the modern era can best be described as being ruled by Pure Evil and that the governing class in America seeks wherever possible to do the greatest harm to the greatest number of people. And I further intend to prove that this harm is in this present generation focused as much on the American people as it is on foreign nationals. Though I do grant that people overseas have cause for complaint.

America was founded upon the belief in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Today life is not cherished, liberty is denied and happiness will soon be unattainable.

I will follow the popular trend and offer a list of ten reasons why I believe America is being ruled by men dedicated to the propagation of Evil.

1) America has used Depleted Uranium weapons in combat since 1991. DU weapons have been discovered in test firing ranges from Hawaii to Puerto Rico. Dick Cheney according to Leuren Moret used to get reports daily on DU air sample levels from Iraq. He ordered DU bombs to be dropped in or near towns like Fallujah if their radiation levels dropped too low.

The above photo is of a foreign baby born in Iraq after the occupation. The image below is from the son of an American who served in Iraq. This American child was likely damaged by the presence of DU in his father’s body. The US House and Senate since 1991 has done nothing to stop the use of DU despite the obvious dangers to Americans who serve in the military and their families or to people living near firing ranges.

2) The United States is funding Al Qaeda. In fact Al Qaeda or the base was never anything but a database or list of Arabs willing to work for America and Great Britain. Zbigniew Brzezinski used Al Qaeda to entice the Soviet Union into invading Afghanistan. That policy led to the deaths of more than 4 million Afghans. Mass murder is just one foundation of America’s foreign policy.

Currently, the US is funding Al Qaeda which is torturing and killing Syrians. American taxpayers are paying mercenaries to behead Christians and to gouge out their eyes. They are destroying Christian churches which were founded as far back as 50 A.D. Yet the threat of our Al Qaeda mercenaries is ostensibly why TSA has the right to grope the genitals of airline passengers. The real reason is to acclimate Americans to a future where the police have the right to sexually assault you and your children, to  torture you and  to kill you.

3) Whenever the American government needs to justify the violation of the Bill of Rights or the commission of an atrocity, mention is made of 911. BBC went on air 22 minutes before the collapse of WTC Tower 7 on 911 to announce that it had already fallen down. The Rothschild owned Reuters news agency had told BBC that WTC 7 had collapsed before it did. Tower 7 was not hit by an airplane. The BBC mentioned debris from Towers 1 and 2. But look at this brief video of the collapse. There is no visible debris damage. This building was obviously taken down by a controlled demolition. The video  below would have compelled a nation that had not been occupied by a foreign power to arrest everyone who allowed this atrocity to happen.

4) I mentioned America as being occupied by a foreign power. Some trace the occupation of America to 11-22-1963 and the assassination of President Kennedy. The Occupied media went on air that day and said that the President had been shot by a lone assassin firing from the Texas School Book Depository behind the motorcade. The best Marine Corps snipers from the Vietnam war tried at Quantico to re-create the assassination as dictated by the Warren Commission. Those Marine Corps snipers could not make the fatal shots even with superior weapons. Dan Rather went on CBS radio and described to the radio audience what he saw from the Zapruder film. He said clearly the President’s head was being forced forward by the impact of bullets from behind him. Life magazine took photos of the assassination in the order of 1-2-3 and published them on their cover in the order 3-2-1 so they could convince the people that there was no conspiracy and no coup.

If Mordecai Vanunu were allowed out of Israel, we could have a video of his declaration that Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion order the assassination of JFK because the American President opposed Israel’s acquisition of nuclear weapons. The widespread nature of this conspiracy is easily proven by the following JFK Secret Service stand down video below.

5) Others trace the occupation of America to November 22, 1910 which was the date of the first meeting to draft the legislation that became the Federal Reserve Act. Under America’s banking system the commoners are charged interest on money the banks created out of nothing. This transfers wealth from small businesses, farmers and workers to the Bankers. Under fractional reserve banking every dollar in deposits allows the banker to loan out 10 ten dollars at interest. Please note the Banker is only paying interest on one dollar but is collecting on ten. This interest rate gouging leads to mountains of Unpayable Debts which in turn causes Depressions.

A Depression is a time in history when Unpayable Debts are cancelled. There are three ways to cancel debts. One is Hyperinflation as in the Weimar Republic. This leads to mass starvation and to war. The second is to foreclose on farms and home mortgages and to declare bankruptcy defaulting on debts. This led to the death by starvation of 3 million Americans during the 1930s and to WW II which killed 58 million human beings for no good reason.

There is a third way out of a Depression. The Babylonians canceled Unpayable Debts by law and recovered economically without suffering either mass starvation or war. But that method is unknown to anyone who attends American schools or listens to U.S. media. That is why I have concluded that America has both a Banker Occupied Government and Media.

6) After World War II, General Eisenhower had his troops set barbed wire up around open fields. He placed more than a million Germans into the camps and starved them to death with no protection against rain, snow and cold. Most of these men were soldiers but some were not. General Eisenhower was of Jewish descent.

7) At Yalta in March of 1945, Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin who were all of Jewish descent agreed to forcibly repatriate Soviet Gentiles back to Russia where they were to be treated as traitors. Millions of these people were forced laborers who had been taken prisoner by the Germans. Captured Jews were in the concentration camps with the Gentiles. Auschwitz turned Silesian coal into gasoline using a Russian formula patented in 1915. Dachau had a satellite camp inside a mountain that made V2 rockers used to bomb London. The Jewish concentration camp inmates were permitted to go to Israel where they were given weapons and embarked on a genocidal ethnic cleansing program of the Palestinians which has continued to this day.

I remember reading an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal decades ago in which an American veteran wrote about the FOIA documents he received in which the US admitted to turning over 4 1/2 million refugees to the Soviets. One was a Russian who had served in the resistance to Franco and later joined the American Army as a sergeant and fought in North Africa and Italy. He was turned over to the Russians in Austria. American soldiers witnessed mass hangings of refugees they had turned over to the Russians in Germany.

I think this sufficiently demonstrates the Evil Nature of America’s Banker Occupied government. But let us continue as we would like to see what Destiny they have planned for us.

8) Societies can be measured by their ability to protect children from harm. America’s Banker Occupied Government (BOG) has dedicated itself to harming our children to the point of birth defects and even death. The Monsanto corporation has been allowed to produce Genetically Modified Organisms for human consumption. Tests of lab animals have shown that by the third generation the mice are either dear or sterile runts with multiple birth defects or dead. The great harm done to test subjects by GMO did not manifest before 120 days when adult mice began exhibiting tumors relatively large in size to their tiny bodies.

The Banker Occupied Government of the United States (BOGUS) allowed Monsanto to cut off their animal tests of GMO food after 90 days so lawmakers and the administration could deny the poisonous nature of our food. Any society that is willing to allow an Occupying Power to exterminate its children is cowardly. It goes without saying that the Occupying Power is Evil.

9) In 2001 BOG paid $75 million to Epicyte corporation as part of a campaign to sterilize adults and young children. Epicyte  corporation of San Diego spliced a protein from infertile Mexican women into corn. This technology was sold to Monsanto and DuPont and could also have been spliced into wheat, soy, rice or any other GMO crop. These international corporations have run amuck and have even spliced the genes of a spider into salmon. They have said they will release this into the wild without any study as Monsanto’s lawyer said it would be safe. The President of Epicyte in 2001 was Matt Hein who was Jewish. The sole reasoning behind splicing the Epicyte gene into our food supply is to carry out Henry Kissinger’s National Security Memorandum 200 of 1975. Henry Kissinger is Jewish and a wanted War Criminal. He has been described as a child molester in the Italian press.

10) 100,000 people a year worldwide die from heroin overdoses. The average age of a first time heroin user in the United States is 14. American taxpayers at great expense invaded and occupied Afghanistan. They also funded Global Hawk drones which are pilot-less versions of the U2 spy plane. Newer versions have compartments which permits BOG’s operatives to fly up to 3,400 pounds (1,542 kilograms) at a time around the world. This has led to an increase in drug purity and overdose deaths. The CIA, which is a primary subsidiary of BOG, flies cocaine and heroin into the US which it distributes to drug gangs along with weapons. This has unleashed a wave of violent crime in the homeland. There are 1.4 million drug gang members in the US.

This distribution of illegal drugs to enrich the ruling class was a fundamental feature of His Majesty’s Jewish Government which fought two opium wars against China in the 19th century. America has also fought two opium wars. The first was Vietnam and the second was Afghanistan. The Bankers launder a trillion dollars a year in illegal drugs and weapons. They also launder $500 billion a year in bribes so the commoners can never get what they need from their politicians.

Any government that sells heroin and guns to children in hopes of unleashing a crime wave against its law abiding citizens in order to make money is by definition Evil.

I think I have proven my point about the Evil Nature of those men who run the government of the United States. I have written elsewhere of Wall Street’s plans to ignite a Race War as soon as this current Depression hits us with full force. Millions of Americans and perhaps half a billion people overseas will die from starvation. At that point, BOG will release a series of plagues to cull the herd of a few billion commoners.

Anyone whether they be a billionaire or a worker or a soldier who does the bidding of this government is insane and could be prosecuted for War Crimes if we survive the plans of the Evil Ones.

Emergency Essentials/BePrepared

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The Official video for John Lennon ‘Merry Xmas (War Is Over)’


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Terrorists ‘R Us:

Wichita airport technician charged with terrorist plot, talked with two undercover F.B.I. agents since early 2013

13 Dec 2013 An avionics technician was charged Friday morning with plotting to detonate a car bomb at Mid-Continent Airport, in Wichita, Kan., federal authorities said. The technician, Terry Lee Loewen, 58, of Wichita, was arrested by F.B.I. agents as he was transporting what he thought were explosives toward a secure part of the airport, the United States attorney for Kansas, Barry R. Grissom, said at a news conference…Mr. Loewen corresponded with the F.B.I. agents for several months, the complaint said. He then agreed to participate in an operation in which he would detonate explosives near passenger jets at the airport during the holiday season.

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The bitcoin logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Bitcoin, Encryption, Drug Use, and the FBI’s Own Bitcoin Wallet; What’s the War on Drugs “Really” About?

Last week, the FBI shut down the underground website known as “Silk Road” and confiscated the bitcoin wallet of Ross Ulbricht, the site operator, on drug charges.

The estimated value of Ulbricht’s bitcoin wallet is $80 million, but the FBI has been unable to crack the encryption code. Escrow accounts were not as protected. The FBI also seized (stole if you prefer) various escrow accounts, moving the funds to its own bitcoin wallet.

Bitcoin Background

On the off chance you do not know what bitcoin is or how it works, Wikipedia offers a history and description of bitcoin that is rather fascinating.

Also consider Mish Interview With “Bitcoin Jesus”

FBI Unable to Crack Bitcoin Security

With that background, please consider the Extreme Tech report FBI unable to seize 600,000 Bitcoins from Silk Road operator

Closing down the Silk Road and arresting its alleged operator has left the FBI in uncharted territory. After shuttering the hidden site, law enforcement went to work confiscating the money and materials belonging to supposed drug kingpin Ross Ulbricht, but this usually routine procedure is proving especially troublesome in this case. The cache of more than 600,000 bitcoins in Ulbricht’s personal fortune are still inaccessible to the FBI.

The only way to move Bitcoins out of a private wallet is to have the corresponding private key to authorize the transaction. The FBI has been unable to get through the encryption protecting Ulbricht’s wallet, leaving all those Bitcoins — amounting to roughly $80 million at current rates — out of reach. Based on publicly available data, this is about 5% of all Bitcoins in existence right now.

Funds held by users of the site, however, were not so well-protected. Before completing transactions on the Silk Road, users would load Bitcoins into an escrow account on the site. The agreed upon coins would only be transferred to the seller’s private wallet once the buyer had verified delivery of the goods. When the feds took over the Silk Road, there were over 26,000 Bitcoins in user accounts that were relatively easy to snatch up.

The FBI has transferred all 26,000-plus seized Bitcoins to its own personal wallet, but because Bitcoin transactions are tracked publicly, it didn’t take the internet long to find the FBI’s wallet address. Users have taken to transferring tiny fractions of a Bitcoin to the FBI with public comments attached decrying the war on drugs and the arrest of Ulbricht. Users have even helpfully tagged the wallet address as “Silkroad Seized Coins.”

While authorities have control of Ulbricht’s wallet, that’s not the same as having the funds. It’s akin to seizing a computer from a suspect with valuable data inside, but being unable to access it because strong encryption was used to prevent access. Ulbricht himself surely has the necessary information to unlock his wallet — otherwise there would be little use in accumulating $80 million worth of Bitcoins. It’s possible prosecutors will use the leverage they have on him to work out a deal that includes turning over the encryption keys.

“Silkroad Seized Coins”

As Extreme Tech reports, bitcoin users located the FBI’s wallet and tagged it with the address Silkroad Seized Coins.

People are transferring bitcoins to the FBI’s wallet along with statements. Many of the transactions are for 0.00000001 BTC.

According to Bitcoin Calculator, 1 bitcoin is worth about $134 at current prices.

0.00000001 BTC is worth less than a thousandth of a penny (worthless).

What’s the Seizure Really About?

Pater Tenebrarun on the Acting Man blog gets to the heart of the matter in Bitcoin and the Silk Road Bust.

By now it is well known that the proprietor of the ‘Silk Road’ internet marketplace for drugs and other illicit products has been busted by the FBI. Of course, the idea that the State should prohibit drug use by adults is highly questionable. If one studies the history of legislation in this regard, it soon becomes clear that while these prohibitions have been variously dressed up in Puritan morality or appeals to the need to preserve the ‘Volksgesundheit‘ (the peoples’ health), these laws really were largely protectionist measures.

For instance, it is no coincidence that marihuana use became illegal around the time chemical concerns such as Du Pont de Nemours introduced artificial fibers. Making the plant that produces marihuana illegal at the same time removed the biggest competition to artificial fibers – hemp.

Similarly, drug prohibition leaves the field of supplying the population with various uppers and downers in the hands of the pharmaceutical industry, which is producing dangerous psychoactive medication by the wagon loads these days. What the long term consequences of feeding the population with various benzodiazepines and other types of psychoactive drugs that influence the serotonin, norepinephrine or dopamine balance in the brain (such as the infamous and widely prescribed antidepressant Prozac) are is not really known, but we do know that a great many mass murderers that have gone ‘postal’ in modern times have been taking such psychotropic drugs.

Today here is a vast variety of anti-depressants, stimulants, ‘mood stabilizers’, anxiolytics and anti-psychotic drugs on the market that produce billions in profits for the pharmaceutical industry. We would wager that if the prohibition of currently criminalized drugs (most of which are produced by nature) were rescinded, this business would suffer a steep decline.

The senseless ‘war on drugs’ has not achieved a single one of its purported objectives. Drug use has not decreased because of it. However, it has had a huge cost both in terms of money and lives. So why is it continuing in spite of the crushing weight of evidence proving that it does more harm than good? That’s simple: if you want to know why, follow the money.

A huge amount of money is made because certain drugs are illegal. If prohibition were rescinded, a major source of revenue for criminal cartels would dry up, and a great many minions of the State would see their jobs becoming redundant. Moreover, a major source of their funding would disappear as well, which is currently available to them via ‘civil forfeiture‘. As we pointed out previously, this pays inter alia for the militarization of the police, which these days can deploy a great many lethal toys as a result of this source of income.

In Prohibition: Up in Smoke we argued that the changing social mood could actually lead to an end of prohibition in spite of all the vested interests arrayed in favor of maintaining it.

The ‘Dread Pirate’ apparently believed in non-coerced free markets, which he cited as a major reason to open his online drug bazaar. What is perhaps not widely known is that he was actually not busted because of any weaknesses in the TOR-based ‘dark web’. He simply made a number of stupid mistakes that allowed the authorities to track him down by employing standard investigative procedures.

For readers interested in the technical aspects of the bust, this article at ‘The Verge‘ has more detail on the topic. As the Verge maintains, the ‘Dread Pirate’ may have been busted, but the ‘Dark Web’ lives on. Note here that the TOR network is not merely something that is exclusively used by criminals. For many a regime critic and political dissident living in an authoritarian regime the anonymity of the ‘Dark Web’ is a literally a life saver. Naturally, governments everywhere dislike it, regardless of whether they are democratic or authoritarian: they dislike it simply because it is not under their control. However, there seems nothing they can do about it short of shutting down the internet altogether.

War on Drugs, a Failure

As Tenebrarum points out, there is no reason at all to stop consenting adults from taking whatever drugs they want. Ironically, many prescribed drugs are far worse.

The background on Hemp is rather interesting. I wrote about hemp in regards to biofuels way back in 2006 in The Politics of Ethanol. Here is the pertinent information, copied from my 2006 article, from a MIT.EDU report on “Hemp and the Environment” (the MIT link no longer works).

Hemp and the Environment

An acre of hemp produces four times as much paper as an acre of trees. Every pot-smoking hippy in the country knows that. The problem is, why doesn’t anyone else? In this short article, I will attempt to educate you, the reader, of the many ways in which hemp can Save The Planet. No kidding.

Herbicides are also virtually unnecessary as the plants grow 6 to 16 feet tall in only 110 days. The complex root structure prevents erosion and decays quickly after harvest.

That’s all well and good, but what do you do with the hemp? Well, as I mentioned above, its great for making paper. That’s most of the reason that industrial hemp is illegal in the U.S. See, in the mid-1930’s, there were two industries that had just made breakthrough machines that would make paper productions much more cost-effective. One was the hemp industry, the other was DuPont. Coincidentally, the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act was passed, effectively making hemp illegal by charging transfers $1/ounce or, for unregistered dealers, $100/ounce, even for industrial grade hemp.

So, with hemp out of the way, DuPont was free to become the giant corporation that it is today, and to produce the great majority of the toxic sludge that contaminates our Northwestern and Southeastern rivers. Had hemp become our primary paper source, this pollution would have been vastly reduced, and here is why: Hemp means no deforestation, which results in less topsoil erosion, more oxygen, less carbon dioxide, less destruction of natural habitats, etc. Hemp paper is much easier to bleach, and does not require chlorine, which means no more thousands of tons of toxic sludge pouring into the water. Scientists in Sweden have developed a hemp-bleaching process that uses only natural enzymes and some pounding of the pulp.

Cotton, the other big evil, is grown on 3% of the world’s arable land and uses 26% (wow!) of the world’s pesticides and 7% of the world’s fertilizer annually. It requires heavy irrigation, depleting the water supply even as it poisons it. Many developing countries grow cotton as a cash crop, trying desperately to pay off foreign debt. While the country’s land and water is being destroyed, food crops are neglected, so the people go hungry.

Hemp can be used to make clothing that is, if treated properly, soft like cotton and far more durable, thus rendering cotton unnecessary. Adidas and Ralph Lauren already have hemp products, and Calvin Klein insists that hemp will hit the fashion industry full-force in the years to come.

While an acre of trees is about 60% cellulose, an acre of hemp is nearly 75%. How much hemp is necessary to meet current US energy needs? Somewhere between 10 million and 90 million acres, depending on how efficient the production is. Every year, the US government pays farmers (in cash or “kind”) to *not* farm what they call the “soil bank”, which happens to be about 90 million acres of farmland. The math is pretty simple.

Hemp seed oil is very similar to petroleum diesel fuel, and produces full engine power with reduced carbon monoxide and 75% less soot and particulates. Hemp stalk (different than the part that can make paper and textiles) can be converted into 500 gallons of methanol/acre.

It seems so simple, you must be saying. If this is true, why are we still using petroleum and paper and cotton? Well, there are corporations who sponsor politicians that have a reason to keep hemp down, like, the oil industry, etc.

So here we are. Hemp is still illegal, but numerous psychic drugs promoted by the health-care industry are readily available (at an insane price of course).

And some states like California have a three-strikes policy of prison for life, promoted by the unions who make inordinate sums of money as prison guards.

US Incarceration

Wikipedia discloses the sorry story of US Incarceration.

The United States has the highest documented incarceration rate in the world. At year-end 2009, it was 743 adults incarcerated per 100,000 population.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), 2,266,800 adults were incarcerated in U.S. federal and state prisons, and county jails at year-end 2011 – about 0.7% of adults in the U.S. resident population. Additionally, 4,814,200 adults at year-end 2011 were on probation or on parole.[11] In total, 6,977,700 adults were under correctional supervision (probation, parole, jail, or prison) in 2011 – about 2.9% of adults in the U.S. resident population.

In addition, there were 70,792 juveniles in juvenile detention in 2010.

Although debtor’s prisons no longer exist in the United States, residents of some U.S. states can still be incarcerated for debt as of 2011.

What’s the War on Drugs “Really” About?

One of the alleged reasons for the war on drugs is to prevent money from getting into the hands of terrorists. But if drugs were legal, prices would crash,  theft would plunge (drugs are expensive and addicts don’t have the money),  and terrorists would not make anything off drugs. Millions in prisons would not be there, and the pension problem of states would be far less.

Clothes would be made out of hemp, which has fiber softer than cotton. Hemp plants and seeds can be converted into biofuel far better than corn (which requires high quantities of fertilizer and water, and needs to be replanted every year).

Yet the extremely costly war and economically asinine war on drugs continues. Why?

The unions, the religious-wrong, the plastic manufacturers like Du Pont, the fertilizer companies, and the economic fools all want it that way.

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12 Ways the FBI Has Radically Expanded and Abused Its Powers Since 9/11

[ditor’s Note: The Constitution-violating, criminal misconduct of the “new” FBI goes far beyond the tepid allegations mentioned here. The current devolvement of the once legitimate (and relatively law abiding) FBI into a Gestapo-like, power-hungry, quasi criminal organization that more closely resembles a throwback to 1938 Germany, needs to be scrutinized and overhauled by congress (as soon as we can elect enough pro-constitution patriots to replace the fifth columnists and NWO sellouts currently warming those Senate and House seats). In the meantime, the public needs to pay attention to how dark and evil the FBI has become.]

by Will Potter
October 5, 2013

12 Ways the FBI Has Radically Expanded and Abused Its Powers Since 9/11 (Oct. 5, 2013)


September 23, 2013

FBI logoSince September 11th, the FBI has radically expanded and abused its authority in the name of fighting terrorism. Much of this came with the blessing of the U.S. Congress and attorney general, but even with loosened legal restraints, the FBI has repeatedly reached for more power to surveil, harass, and infiltrate communities based on their political beliefs and their race and religion.

Earlier this month, James B. Comey became the 7th director of the FBI, replacing Director Robert S. Mueller III. Civil liberties groups are calling on Congress to use this transition as an opportunity to investigate and overhaul a law enforcement agency that has acquired sweeping powers, and has rampantly abused them.

The American Civil Liberties Union recently released a new report that documents these violations. “Unleashed and Unaccountable: The FBI’s Unchecked Abuse of Authority” is a comprehensive look at the FBI’s post-9/11 evolution. Drawing from that report, and from my own reporting, here are 12 ways the FBI has overstepped its authority:

1. Spying on law-abiding Americans.

Section 215 of the Patriot Act expanded the FBI’s ability to use secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court [FISC[ orders to force telecommunications companies to turn over records of every American’s telephone calls, and the bureau has been doing this every 90 days for the past seven years. Such widespread surveillance hasn’t improved the FBI’s ability to prevent terrorist attacks; in fact it may be hindering them. Former FBI Director William Webster cited a “relentless” workload resulting from a “data explosion” within the FBI as a roadblock to effective analysis.

2. Exaggerating and manufacturing terrorism plots. 

Trevor Aaronson’s excellent new book The Terror Factory documents the FBI’s rampant abuse of informants in terrorism cases, and how those informants are used to manufacture phony plots so that the FBI can claim a victory in the War or Terror. The tactic has becoming shockingly commonplace. For example, the FBI paid an informant named “Anna” to befriend activists and pressure them into illegal activity — one activist, Eric McDavid, is now in prison for 20 years on “conspiracy” charges. In another case, the FBI supplied the Occupy “terrorists” that it arrested before May Day.

3. Racial profiling and community mapping.

The FBI’s Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide authorizes the FBI to “identify locations of concentrated ethnic communities in the Field Office’s domain, if these locations will reasonably aid in the analysis of potential threats and vulnerabilities, and, overall, assist domain awareness for the purpose of performing intelligence analysis… Similarly, the locations of ethnically-oriented businesses and other facilities may be collected…”

4. Training FBI agents to believe dissent is criminal.

FBI training presentations on “domestic terrorists” focus on lawful protest activity and media campaigns by animal rights and environmental activists, and describe anarchists as “criminals seeking an ideology.

5. Raiding homes based on people’s political beliefs.

In Oregon and Washington last year, Joint Terrorism Task Forces raided homes of political activists in search of “anarchist literature” and black flags.

6. Harassing political activists.

For instance, the New York Times reported on the case of Scott Crow, a Texas activist who obtained his FBI file and learned of FBI surveillance outside his home and work for many years. An Inspector General report concluded that FBI’s investigations of protest groups were “factually weak” and in some cases purely “speculative.” The Inspector General also criticized the bureau for treating non-violent civil disobedience as “terrorism.”

7. Spying on journalists.

As the ACLU report notes: “In 2010, the Inspector General reported that the FBI used an illegal ‘exigent letter’ to obtain the telephone records of seven New York Times and Washington Post reporters and researchers during a media leak investigation, circumventing Justice Department regulations requiring the attorney general’s approval before issuing grand jury subpoenas for journalists’ records. The FBI obtained and uploaded 22 months’ worth of data from these reporters’ telephone numbers, totaling 1,627 calls.

8. Allowing real threats to slip through the cracks.

As the FBI spends its time investigating and harassing political activists and immigrant communities, violent attacks like the 2011 Boston Marathon bombing continue. And right-wing violence is up 400%, according to this West Point study.

9. Labeling non-violent undercover investigators as terrorists.

This FBI file shows that the bureau has considered terrorism charges for activists who photograph animal cruelty on factory farms.

10. Sidestepping oversight.

A 2005 audit by the Inspector General found that more than half of all FBI inquiries that extended beyond the 180-day authorization period had no documentation. In other words, people were under investigation for an entire year with no evidence of wrongdoing.

11. Detaining international travelers.

Americans are being prevented from traveling domestically because of no-fly lists, and also detained and interrogated abroad at the urging of the FBI. For example, an American teenager named Gulet Mohamed was jailed, beaten, and threatened in Kuwait on a trip to visit his family. He was later interrogated by FBI agents, without counsel, and put on the No Fly List, which meant he was stranded overseas. He was never charged with a crime.

12. And what else?

This list will only continue to grow, because as the ACLU explains, “The public doesn’t know the full extent of the FBI’s domestic surveillance activities because so much of it takes place in secret.”

It’s time for a full, thorough investigation of the FBI’s abuses, and the enactment of meaningful checks and balances against future violations. As Hina Shamsi, director of the ACLU’s National Security Project, told the Washington Post: “The list of abuses is long and demonstrates that Congress must do a top-to-bottom review of FBI politics and practices to identify and curtail any activities that are unconstitutional or easily misused. The time for wholesale reform has come.”

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US special forces ‘capture’ Anas al-Liby who was captured in 2002US commando raids target Islamist leaders in Africa

06 Oct 2013 US special forces have carried out two separate raids in Africa targeting senior Islamist militants, American officials say. In Libya, US commandos captured an al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] leader accused of the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Anas al-Liby was seized in the capital Tripoli.

[Negative. Anas al-Liby was captured in 2002. Am I the *only one* who doesn’t fall for these phony ‘al-Qaeda’ raids that seem to only transpire when the US government ‘needs’ a weapon of mass distraction to cover for Wall Street’s phony budget battles and miscellaneous false flags? Anas al-Liby was one of the FBI’s list of most-wanted.

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“Wild Mouse” DC Shooting, an Overwhelming Smell

It has finally happened, hell has frozen over…

“We Ain’t Buyin’ None of It”

By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Yesterday, I was asked to comment on the DC shooting rampage by Russia Today and Press TV.  Reports told of a “terrorist” jumping out of a car and holding a raging gun battle with beleaguered unpaid defenders of America.

Now we find that a dental hygienist who never had a parking ticket, unarmed, baby in the back seat, was gunned down by dozens of heavily armed counter-terrorism groups from around the nation, in Washington on a “training exercise.”

I just can’t take this anymore.

Wasn’t it a few days ago another African America, this one a Buddhist, DOD contractor, the “perp” in the Navy Yard incident?

I keep going back to Sandy Hook:

  • Mom was a teacher…then she wasn’t.
  • Mom was found dead in the school, then she wasn’t
  • Suspect killed his brother in New Jersey, then didn’t.
  • The shooter was a student at the school, then he wasn’t.
  • He drove his car, then it turned out to belong to someone else.
  • School psychologist “looked in his eyes,” then only “saw his shoes”
  • FBI agents onsite spoke to each other in Hebrew
  • Original suspect was dressed as a nun, then no longer existed
  • Other suspects arrested in video “chase”
  • They then they disappeared, unnamed, no arrest records, no police reports
  • Invisible “nun” fled in a van to a safehouse in New York
  • Safehouse was watched for days, then found to be home for two Israeli’s publishing white supremacist literature
  • Safehouse had weapons magazines (clips) but no weapons
  • Suspect shooter bought guns, trained on ranges but no records nor videos exist and all gun stores and ranges video EVERYTHING
  • Full forensic report was promised in 30 days, then 6 months now “when hell freezes over”
  • Hell has frozen over and still no report


We don’t even want to begin with the Gifford’s shooting.  I stopped believing 9/11 when the F 15′s tasked with shooting down airliners that could have been hijacked and crashed into stadiums with over 100,000 dead, flew around aimlessly, untrained pilots, even landed and took off again, then crashed into buildings.

Two of them had no wreckage or bodies, one of them actually flew 15 feet underground, crossing the Potomac River through the sewer system it seems.

The Gifford’s fiasco, police arrived in 45 minutes though twelve police were scheduled to be “onsite” including 3 mounted units for crowd control.  All had “blue flu” that day.  This is one of about 300 “inconsistencies.

The shooter?  He had belonged to a special military “pre-enlistment program” for mentally deficient prospects that offered free psychiatric care and medication.

He was the only one to belong to this program, though we suspect others, Dr. Hassan for instance, perhaps a few more.  Guess who they were?


A criminal jury in Britain viewed this film at the trial of John Anthony Hill and deemed the information contained as both reasonable and true.

What does this mean?

Well, riddle me this:

You are holding a terror drill.  You hire an Israeli company.  Not unreasonable.  They do these things.

The Israeli company hires young Muslims to carry backpacks filled with simulated explosives, actors to participate in the “drill.”

The underground/metro/subway cars the “actors” were riding in were destroyed by bombs, later to have been found to have been buried under the tracks though police still claim they were in the actors backpacks.

Read that one twice.

Other evidence strongly suggests that at least one other “actor” found his backpack had real explosives in it.  Watch the film.

Prettymuch every recent terror attack is similar.

Where the hell are the real terrorists and crazed lone gunmen?

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U.S. oil group says FBI warns fuel storage operators to be on alert

False Flag planning??

13 Sep 2013 U.S. officials have warned energy companies to be on the alert for “potential terrorist activities” at fuel storage plants but there were no immediate threats, an oil industry group told members on Friday. The Petroleum Marketers Association of America told members the Federal Bureau of Investigation “is concerned about terrorists attempting to purchase or steal fuel from a bulk plant to use in a weapon of mass destruction.” The PMAA said it sent members a message on Friday after the FBI handed out the warning at an energy conference last week ahead of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington.


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Waleed al-Shehri

Waleed al-Shehri (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hijack ‘suspects’ alive and well

23 Sep 2001 Another of the men named by the FBI as a hijacker in the suicide attacks on Washington and New York has turned up alive and well. [Gee, I hate when that happens.] The identities of four of the 19 suspects accused of having carried out the attacks are now in doubt. Saudi Arabian pilot Waleed Al Shehri was one of five men that the FBI said had deliberately crashed American Airlines flight 11 into the World Trade Centre on 11 September. His photograph was released, and has since appeared in newspapers and on television around the world. Now he is protesting his innocence from Casablanca, Morocco

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Feds Are Suspects in New Malware That Attacks Tor Anonymity

05 Aug 2013 Security researchers tonight are poring over a piece of malicious software that takes advantage of a Firefox security vulnerability to identify some users of the privacy-protecting Tor anonymity network. The malware showed up Sunday morning on multiple websites hosted by the anonymous hosting company Freedom Hosting. That would normally be considered a blatantly criminal “drive-by” hack attack, but nobody’s calling in the FBI this time. The FBI is the prime suspect. “It just sends identifying information to some IP in Reston, Virginia,” says reverse-engineer Vlad Tsyrklevich. “It’s pretty clear that it’s FBI or it’s some other law enforcement agency that’s U.S.-based.”

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