Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Now, yes, a greater percentage of Republicans were against yesterday's bailout vote. However, if you look at the top tiers in each party and the public rhetoric they've been spewing, you'll see little difference. On the proponent side, you'll find Dems like Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Barney Frank, and Barack Obama. The GOP supporters boast John Boehner, Tom Tancredo, John McCain, and yes, our fearless leader, George W. Bush. Take a look at this cross-section; it comprises both parts of the Legislative as well as the Executive branch. As I and thousands of other "alternative" bloggers and alternative media folks continue to contend - there's NO difference.
When Congress resumes on Thursday, I'm sure they'll pass this bailout. If not, they'll have it by some time this weekend. There is simply going to be too much pressure from the crooks on Wall Street to sway the less than twenty votes they need. But why? Because the media shills continue to lie and promote the globalist agenda? YES - for one thing.
Over the past couple of days, we've been subjected to such inane comments from the cable news folks as, 'the GOP has abandoned John McCain.'
How about the fact that a good percentage of the GOP is backing off McCain, knows the perception is he's aligned with Bush, and knows that's suicide. Also, there's the contingent of Ron Paul Republicans (1.2 million strong in the GOP primaries) who under no circumstances will vote for McCain. Don't think for a second that the Republicans up for re-election don't know that.
In an interview yesterday just after the bailout bill's failure, Congressman Paul said that an overwhemling amount of emails from constituants opposing the debate had a lot to do with the outcome. Whether or not he's right, one would certainly hope so. It would mean more and more of the public is waking up to the crimes and games of the global central banks and the New World Order.
"It was different than anything i've experienced before," Paul said. "When they announced the vote, it was dead silence. It really shook up a lot of people. This is serious stuff."
Personally, I can't seem to get past how people can be so dumb as to not pick up on the activity of the fraudulent stock market. It doesn't own a dime, and the money is all with the corrupt corporations. It's a charade. However, despite the fact that NOTHING has changed in terms of policy or economic standing from one day to the next, the DJIA went from a 777-point drop to a 486-point gain in one day to the next?
After the bailout's defeat, Ron Paul was also quoted as saying, "the markets are down... but it's not really that drastic. We've seen days like that frequently. So it wasn't like the markets depended on this appropriation. My argument has been that if we voted for the money, the money and the market would get much worse."
This will be approved one way or the other. Frankly, I'm split. Not on the bailout, but on the initial effects and reactions.
One the one hand, I would love to see the Bernanke-loving yuppies lose everything they have. In the end, though, people like myself who have to come up with creative ways to pay the rent each month will be in the same boat as these smug morons.
Personally speaking, I work in a building in Midtown Manhattan with a number of these idiots - male and female. I see first-hand that because they and their spouses both make $90,000 a year that they think they're part of the establishement. And every time I have a two-minute elevator ride with one of them I force myself to keep my mouth shut.
At the end of the day, I can console myself because of one thing; I haven't - nor ever have had - a pot to piss in. They, on the other hand, have decided to dump money in various "retirement" accounts they will never see. They have carpet-bagged into this Metro-NY area and think they are in some way part of the globalist decision-making process. HA!
It will hurt us all the same in the end, but I'm glad that at least I know what's up.
Monday, September 29, 2008
And by the way, take particular notice of the votes of Congressmen Paul and Kucinich.
AYES - 205
Ackerman, Allen, Andrews, Arcuri, Bachus, Baird, Baldwin, Bean, Berman, Berry, Bishop (GA), Bishop (NY), Blunt, Boehner, Bonner, Bono, Mack, Boozman, Boren, Boswell, Boucher, Boyd (FL), Brady (PA), Brady (TX), Brown (SC), Brown, Corrine, Calvert, Camp (MI), Campbell (CA), Cannon, Cantor, Capps, Capuano, Cardoza, Carnahan, Castle, Clarke, Clyburn, Cohen, Cole (OK), Cooper, Costa, Cramer, Crenshaw, Crowley, Cubin, Davis (AL), Davis (CA), Davis (IL), Davis, Tom DeGette, DeLauro, Dicks, Dingell, Donnelly, Doyle, Dreier, Edwards (TX), Ehlers, Ellison, Ellsworth, Emanuel, Emerson, Engel, Eshoo, Etheridge, Everett, Farr, Fattah, Ferguson, Fossella, Foster, Frank (MA), Gilchrest, Gonzalez, Gordon, Granger, Gutierrez, Hall (NY), Hare, Harman, Hastings (FL), Herger, Higgins, Hinojosa, Hobson, Holt, Honda, Hooley, Hoyer, Inglis (SC), Israel, Johnson, E., B.Kanjorski, Kennedy, Kildee, Kind, King (NY), KirkKlein, (FL)Kline (MN), LaHood, Langevin, Larsen (WA), Larson (CT), Levin, Lewis (CA), Lewis (KY), Loebsack, Lofgren, Zoe Lowey, Lungren, Daniel E.Mahoney (FL), Maloney (NY), Markey, Marshall, Matsui, McCarthy (NY), McCollum (MN), McCrery, McDermott, McGovern, McHugh, McKeon, McNerney, McNulty, Meek (FL), Meeks (NY), Melancon, Miller (NC), Miller, Gary Miller, George Mollohan, Moore (KS), Moore (WI), Moran (VA), Murphy (CT), Murphy, Patrick Murtha, Nadler, Neal (MA), Oberstar, Obey, Olver, Pallone, Pelosi, Perlmutter, Peterson (PA), Pickering, Pomeroy, Porter, Price (NC), Pryce (OH), Putnam, Radanovich, Rahall, Rangel, Regula, Reyes, Reynolds, Richardson, Rogers (AL), Rogers (KY), Ross, Ruppers, Ryan (OH), Ryan (WI), Sarbanes, Saxton, Schakowsky, Schwartz, Sessions, Sestak, Shays, Simpson, Sires, Skelton, Slaughter, Smith (TX), Smith (WA), Snyder, Souder, Space, Speier, Spratt, Tancredo, Tanner, Tauscher, Towns, Tsongas, Upton, Van Hollen, Velázquez, Walden (OR), Walsh (NY), Wasserman, Schultz, Waters, Watt, Waxman, Weiner, Weldon (FL), Wexler, Wilson (NM), Wilson (OH), Wilson (SC), Wolf
NOES - 228
Abercrombie, Aderholt, Akin, Alexander, Altmire, Baca, Bachmann, Barrett (SC), Barrow, Bartlett (MD) ,Barton (TX), Becerra, Berkley, Biggert, Bilbray, Bilirakis, Bishop (UT), Blackburn, Blumenauer, Boustany, Boyda (KS), Braley (IA), Broun (GA), Brown-Waite, Ginny Buchanan, Burgess, Burton (IN), Butterfield, Buyer, Capito, Carney, Carson, Carter, Castor, Cazayoux, Chabot, Chandler, Childers, Clay, Cleaver, Coble, Conaway, Conyers, Costello, Courtney, Cuellar, Culberson, Cummings, Davis (KY), Davis, David, Davis, Lincoln Deal (GA), DeFazio, Delahunt, Dent, Diaz-Balart, L. Diaz-Balart, M.Doggett, Doolittle, Drake, Duncan, Edwards (MD) ,English (PA), Fallin, Feeney, Filner, Flake, Forbes, Fortenberry, Foxx, Franks (AZ), Frelinghuysen, Gallegly, Garrett (NJ), Gerlach, Giffords, llibrand Gingrey, Gohmert, Goode, Goodlatte, Graves, Green, Al Green, Gene Grijalva, Hall (TX), Hastings (WA), Hayes, Heller, Hensarling, Herseth, Sandlin Hill, Hinchey, Hirono, Hodes, Hoekstra, Holden, Hulshof, Hunter, Inslee, Issa, Jackson (IL), Jackson-Lee (TX), Jefferson, Johnson (GA), Johnson (IL), Johnson, Sam Jones (NC), Jordan, Kagen, Kaptur, Keller, Kilpatrick, King (IA), Kingston, Knollenberg, Kucinich, Kuhl (NY), Lamborn, Lampson, Latham, LaTourette, Latta, Lee, Lewis (GA), Linder, Lipinski, LoBiondo, Lucas, Lynch, Mack, Manzullo, Marchant, Matheson, McCarthy (CA), McCaul (TX), McCotter, McHenry, McIntyre, McMorris, Rodgers, Mica, Michaud, Miller (FL), Miller (MI), Mitchell, Moran (KS), Murphy, Tim Musgrave, Myrick, Napolitano, Neugebauer, Nunes, Ortiz, Pascrell, Pastor, Paul, Payne, Pearce, Pence, Peterson (MN), Petri, Pitts, Platts, Poe, Price (GA), Ramstad, Rehberg, Reichert, Renzi, Rodriguez, Rogers (MI), Rohrabacher, Ros-Lehtinen, Roskam, Rothman, Roybal-Allard, Royce, Rush, Salazar, Sali, Sánchez, Linda T. Sanchez, Loretta Scalise, Schiff, Schmidt, Scott (GA), Scott (VA), Sensenbrenner, Serrano, Shadegg, Shea-Porter, Sherman, Shimkus, Shuler, Shuster, Smith (NE), Smith (NJ), Solis, Stark, Stearns, Stupak, Sullivan, Sutton, Taylor, Terry, Thompson (CA), Thompson (MS), Thornberry, Tiahrt, Tiberi, Tierney, Turner, Udall (CO), Udall (NM), Visclosky, Walberg, Walz (MN), Wamp, Watson, Welch (VT), Westmoreland, Whitfield (KY), Wittman (VA), Woolsey, Wu, Yarmuth, Young (AK), Young (FL)
Saturday, September 27, 2008
While the Republicrats and the Democans continue to ninny over exactly how many billions to reward the Wall Street crooks with, the folks at Farm Aid - led by Willie Nelson - have a message for the puppets in Washington. Redirect the money to working class Americans, namely farmers.
“The proposed $700 bailout asks taxpayers to foot the bill without giving them the opportunity to share in any gains that might result,” Willie Nelson said. “On the other hand, a $1 billion investment in family farm agriculture would enrich all of us, because we are all shareholders of the family farm. The return on investment in the family farm includes thriving local economies, nutritious food for better health, a safer and more secure food supply, a cleaner environment and more renewable energy.”
Why do that, Willie? We need to grease the pockets of the criminals who orchestrated what will likely prove the greatest economic crisis in U.S. history before we help anyone else. Just listen to the shills on the cable news shows, and disgusting people like author and personal finance "expert" Suze Orman - the bailout is great. We should have done it sooner!
Thank God there are still true patriots like Willie Nelson and the rest of the folks at Farm Aid. While the government rapes the citizenry, and puts illegal aliens' health care and education ahead of the working class Americans' jobs, health care, education, money, and everything else, there are a few folks still looking out for the greater good.
Don't forget, also, Willie's huge contributions this year to the 9/11 Truth movement.
You can read the complete Farm Aid open letter to Congress at: www.farmaid.org/lettertocongress
Friday, September 26, 2008
Speaking on the Alex Jones show yesterday, Congressman Ron Paul said of the bailout, “They want dictatorship, they want to pass all the penalties and suffering on to the average person on Main Street. We will have a depression or recession, it’s locked in place due to previous Federal Reserve actions.”
Dr. Paul also said that the current and former chairs of the private loansharking Federal Reserve should face criminal charges.
The Congressman continually proves the loudest and most knowledgeable congressional critic of the Fed, but this is the most hardcore words we've heard from him yet. They're also an invigorating breath of fresh air in contrast to the Greenspan and Bernanke worshiping from the crooks on Wall Street and the know-nothing talking heads on the news shows.
You can hear Alex's entire interview with Dr. Paul by looking to the left hand side of this blog, and clicking on the September 25 edition of the Alex Jones Show archive.
Thursday, September 25, 2008
This time he takes aim at the Moron-in-Chief and his asinine economic address from last night.
We are in this crisis because of an excess of artificially created credit at the hands of the Federal Reserve System. The solution being proposed? More artificial credit by the Federal Reserve. No liquidation of bad debt and malinvestment is to be allowed. By doing more of the same, we will only continue and intensify the distortions in our economy - all the capital misallocation, all the malinvestment - and prevent the market's attempt to re-establish rational pricing of houses and other assets. Last night the president addressed the nation about the financial crisis. There is no point in going through his remarks line by line, since I'd only be repeating what I've been saying over and over - not just for the past several days, but for years and even decades. Still, at least a few observations are necessary.
The president assures us that his administration "is working with Congress to address the root cause behind much of the instability in our markets." Care to take a guess at whether the Federal Reserve and its money creation spree were even mentioned?
We are told that "low interest rates" led to excessive borrowing, but we are not told how these low interest rates came about. They were a deliberate policy of the Federal Reserve. As always, artificially low interest rates distort the market. Entrepreneurs engage in malinvestments - investments that do not make sense in light of current resource availability, that occur in more temporally remote stages of the capital structure than the pattern of consumer demand can support, and that would not have been made at all if the interest rate had been permitted to tell the truth instead of being toyed with by the Fed. Not a word about any of that, of course, because Americans might then discover how the great wise men in Washington caused this great debacle. Better to keep scapegoating the mortgage industry or "wildcat capitalism" (as if we actually have a pure free market!).
Speaking about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the president said: "Because these companies were chartered by Congress, many believed they were guaranteed by the federal government. This allowed them to borrow enormous sums of money, fuel the market for questionable investments, and put our financial system at risk."
Doesn't that prove the foolishness of chartering Fannie and Freddie in the first place? Doesn't that suggest that maybe, just maybe, government may have contributed to this mess? And of course, by bailing out Fannie and Freddie, hasn't the federal government shown that the "many" who "believed they were guaranteed by the federal government" were in fact correct?
Then come the scare tactics. If we don't give dictatorial powers to the Treasury Secretary "the stock market would drop even more, which would reduce the value of your retirement account. The value of your home could plummet." Left unsaid, naturally, is that with the bailout and all the money and credit that must be produced out of thin air to fund it, the value of your retirement account will drop anyway, because the value of the dollar will suffer a precipitous decline. As for home prices, they are obviously much too high, and supply and demand cannot equilibrate if government insists on propping them up. It's the same destructive strategy that government tried during the Great Depression: prop up prices at all costs. The Depression went on for over a decade. On the other hand, when liquidation was allowed to occur in the equally devastating downturn of 1921, the economy recovered within less than a year.
The president also tells us that Senators McCain and Obama will join him at the White House today in order to figure out how to get the bipartisan bailout passed. The two senators would do their country much more good if they stayed on the campaign trail debating who the bigger celebrity is, or whatever it is that occupies their attention these days.
F.A. Hayek won the Nobel Prize for showing how central banks' manipulation of interest rates creates the boom-bust cycle with which we are sadly familiar. In 1932, in the depths of the Great Depression, he described the foolish policies being pursued in his day - and which are being proposed, just as destructively, in our own.
Instead of furthering the inevitable liquidation of the maladjustments brought about by the boom during the last three years, all conceivable means have been used to prevent that readjustment from taking place; and one of these means, which has been repeatedly tried though without success, from the earliest to the most recent stages of depression, has been this deliberate policy of credit expansion.
To combat the depression by a forced credit expansion is to attempt to cure the evil by the very means which brought it about; because we are suffering from a misdirection of production, we want to create further misdirection - a procedure that can only lead to a much more severe crisis as soon as the credit expansion comes to an end... It is probably to this experiment, together with the attempts to prevent liquidation once the crisis had come, that we owe the exceptional severity and duration of the depression. The only thing we learn from history, I am afraid, is that we do not learn from history.
The very people who have spent the past several years assuring us that the economy is fundamentally sound, and who themselves foolishly cheered the extension of all these novel kinds of mortgages, are the ones who now claim to be the experts who will restore prosperity! Just how spectacularly wrong, how utterly without a clue, does someone have to be before his expert status is called into question? Oh, and did you notice that the bailout is now being called a "rescue plan"? I guess "bailout" wasn't sitting too well with the American people.
The very people who with somber faces tell us of their deep concern for the spread of democracy around the world are the ones most insistent on forcing a bill through Congress that the American people overwhelmingly oppose. The very fact that some of you seem to think you're supposed to have a voice in all this actually seems to annoy them.
I continue to urge you to contact your representatives and give them a piece of your mind. I myself am doing everything I can to promote the correct point of view on the crisis. Be sure also to educate yourselves on these subjects - the Campaign for Liberty blog is an excellent place to start. Read the posts, ask questions in the comment section, and learn. H.G. Wells once said that civilization was in a race between education and catastrophe. Let us learn the truth and spread it as far and wide as our circumstances allow. For the truth is the greatest weapon we have.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
What a great guy! You go, John. Show us how much you really care!
Now, I know it's hard for most of you to decipher the difference, but I'm not supporting Barack Obama when I say this... The Obama campaign hit it right on the money when they said, McCain is "playing politics" with the current financial crisis.
Well of course he is. He has no other options at this point. He's woefully behind (slightly in the bogus mainstream media polls, but significantly if you account for actual truth on top of that), and has a literal retard for a VP candidate. There's no other way than to try and fool the American voters into thinking he cares about them.
However, if he - or Obama for that matter - did care anything about the average American, they would have been screaming bloody murder about our nation's economic policy a long time ago - most notably the existence of the criminal [Non] Federal [Without Any] Reserve.
True patriot public servants like Ron Paul who do care have been banging pots and pans for decades now about the way we run our economy. They're labeled as fringe nuts while McCain and Obama are anointed as potential presidents.
The Obama campaign sold under a lucky star here. McCain's camp has put them in a no-lose position.
At this point the Obama people are refusing to postpone the upcoming Presidential debate - and rightfully so. The voters deserve to see these two clowns argue about the catastrophic events that are going on. If the tables were turned in terms of actions, the story would be the same. Obama would be required to uphold his end of the deal.
The fact is, neither of these puppets have been in Washington long enough this year to fulfill ANY of their congressional duties. By simple logic, this would equate to an absolute disinterest in the people. By contrast, 74-year-old Ron Paul made certain to return to the Capitol for virtually every vote he needed to make - and he still managed to raise some serious coin. Not to mention 1.2 million primary votes.
Still, in the end, I'm sure Fox News will make McCain's rhetoric seem like the most admirable thing since John Hancock, Sam Adams and the rest of them actually DID stand up for the common folk and dump that lousy Brit tea into Boston Harbor.
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
I've put my support - morally, actively, and financially - behind Congressman Ron Paul for more than a year now. That said, I have no vote in the upcoming election. I will note cast a vote on Election Day. Not because I don't believe there is another worthy candidate out there.
I am so disgusted that Dr. Paul was blacked out by the criminal media dirt bags during the primaries and debates, and now is called upon almost every other day by CNN, Fox, MSNBC and everyone else. Sure, it's safe now. He's not in the race, so it's trendy and fashionable to listen to a bit of truth. The MSM figures, "no threat, but certainly some heightened ratings!" Yeah, let's take the hands-down most popular candidate "per-pound," so to speak, and parlay him into market share.
I've said it many times on this blog... these media dirt bags are right in line for treason charges when this country is reclaimed. Anyway, an issue for another day. For now...
My spiritual and blogging support will continue to be for one of three so called "Third Party" candidates. Independent Ralph Nader, Constitution Party representative Chuck Baldwin, and Green Party nominee Cynthia McKinney. By the way, they're ALL doubters of the official 9/11 fable.
"Libertarian" Bob Barr can go to hell. He's a Neo-Con opportunist that has unsuccessfully lobbied for Dr. Paul's support. Go away, Bob!
Now, on to Sarah "Wicked Witch of the Northwest" Palin.
I'm tired of looking at this wretch. She's a nobody who has hid under cover of being governor of a two-bit state while she's run around getting aroused by the killing of innocent and precious wildlife - among other things. But you know what, I'm not going to get into, nor particularly care about, the "other things" for now.
She likes to see wolves killed. She likes polar bears and wolves downgraded on the protected animal chart. A wolf's leg is worth $$ to her. Well, you know what's worth NOTHING, you piece of filth? Your daughter - pregnant with a bastard child. That's right. Normally, I couldn't care any less, but you act like you and your family are "of the Lord."
Now, I know this will completely turn off the Christian Right (I'm a baptised Catholic by the way). The same way that saying Ramos and Campeon were absolutely right in shooting those Mexicans makes you a racist. But, I'm tired of all of it, and I don't care. I'm not a racist, and not against Christians, and I don't buy into any of this.I know Obama, Biden, McCain, and Palin are essentially the same at the end of the day. But the fact is, Palin is the one who gets off on killing defenseless, beautiful, and limited creatures. So, out of the two predetermined parties, I really do hope the Dems win. By the same token, I won't stop trashing them either, and look at my Obama posts before you accuse me of supporting some sort of "lesser of two evils."
Amid the ongoing lies, posturing, and fleecing of the public during the the latest and greatest bailout of the Wall Street criminals, Congressman Ron Paul stood firm and for the people and sent a blistering op-ed to CNN today.
As usual, Dr. Paul has nothing nice to say about the big banks, the private "Federal Reserve," and his inept and cowardly congressional colleagues.
It's been a long time since we've truly been in such an "info war." On one side, we have true patriots like Dr. Paul, former Deputy Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts, Bob Goodman of International Forecaster, and a few others telling the truth. We're in a horrific financial crisis, heading towards Depression, and the bailouts will help no one but those who caused the banking collapses in the first place.
Then of course we have the know-nothing shills on Fox, CNN and everywhere else saying this is the only way to go. We have multi-multi-multi millionaire author Suze Orman running around saying we should have bailed these crooks out even sooner. Yeah, well, if we all had sold tens of millions of books with trendy, substance-less advice on personal finance to a bunch of well-meaning fools, we wouldn't be worried about the fallout of this so-called rescue either, Suze.
And we can't forget our fearless Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. He's throwing around a lot of empty and rhetorical blame (at everyone but himself and his crook buddy Ben Benanke), while these two treasonous pieces of garbage call for "immediate action" on $700 billion more in golden parachutes to a bunch of robber barrons.
This after last week's insane pronouncement that Congress has no authority in any of this.
Can you blame Hank, though? After all this is a guy who is no doubt deeply involved in all of this. He headed Goldman Sachs for seven years before coming over to the Treasury in 2006. Hmm???
Monday, September 22, 2008
Thousands showed up outside the U.N. today to protest an appearance in front of the global criminals by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in a complete parade of hypocrisy dubbed a Stop Iran rally.
The pro-Israel carnival had all its bases covered, with sheeple of every age, race, and color, endless banners and signs spouting lies, and trotting out author and Holocaust survivor Eli Weisel. This of course means that if you criticize today's rally, you're anti-Semetic, a holocaust denier, and whatever else. Well, I am neither of the aforementioned, but you'd better believe I found this protest comical and disgraceful at the same time.
"The proper place of Iran's pres, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not in the UN, not at university events, not at social or diplomatic dinners," author and Holocaust survivor Eli Weisel said. "His place is before a international tribunal who would try him for crimes against humanity."
What crimes against humanity, exactly? Clearly Iran's front man is nuts, and certainly isn't up for any peace prizes, but I don't recall his ever have engaged in anything nearly as criminal as what goes on publicly at the hands of the Israeli military in Gaza and the West Bank, and covertly around the world by the Mossad.
There were plenty of Muslim-hating morons out this morning spouting lies and propaganda about Ahmadinejad wanting to wipe Israel off the earth, and wanting another holocaust, and on and on. Then there was this:
Yossi Kahan said. "Disgusting Americans let tyrants come to [this country]."
That is true, but that certainly includes any number of Israeli government figures that have set foot on our soil.
As always, the center focus was on Iran's nuclear ambitions. How can these pro-Israel types demand Iran not develop weapons to protect itself, when Israel has hundreds of nukes and never hesitates to threaten other sovereign nations - including Iran. Having the mainstream media continually prop up Israel as good and Iran as evil, however, does nothing to help enlighten folks to what's actually going on.
The latest creation of the criminal corporate media had some astoundingly belligerent words as well. Sarah "Wicked Witch of the Northwest" Palin said in a prepared statement: [Ahmadinejad is a madman with] "an agenda that threatens all who seek a safer and freer world. We gather here today to highlight the Iranian dictator's intentions and to call for action to thwart him. He must be stopped."
Now go ask Ms. Palin if she can find Iran on a map.
Saturday, September 20, 2008
George Bush has called for the delivery of bin Laden by November - or else! Unfortunately for the criminals in power, there is an economic depression going on, and nobody cares. Unless the powers that be trot out Osama's corpse at some point in the next six weeks, I'm pretty certain this is the last time we're going to be subjected to doctored boogeyman tapes - with this particular bad man that is.
Yes, the general public is still a pack of idiots, and yes, they watch Fox News, and yes, Fox News is full of trash that continue to contend that we were attacked on 9/11 by Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda. The public though is way too mesmerized these days by other fakery - like the differences between Obama and McCain, and how the Fed is going to rescue us from economic disaster - to even care about Orwellian-style created enemies.
Let's not forget that despite all of this nonsense, bin Laden probably hasn't been alive for years anyway. In fact, I completely believe he's dead, and the only way they're going to produce his body is if they've had him frozen somewhere for the past seven years.
News flash to the criminals: Come up with a new boogeyman! No one is buying this bull anymore.
Thursday, September 18, 2008
It's only fitting (not to mention vital) that these two stalwarts get on the same page given the fact that the Bilderberg agenda is coming to fruition at an increasingly alarming pace by the day. Whether readers/listeners/followers choose to dive down the "rabbit hole" to the extent of Alex, or take the full journey in the fashion of David, there is no denying these are the two most influential figures in what has become an independent media barnstorm in recent years.
Normally it would be of no significance that a pair of war-wagers against the Global Elite are uniting. However, some years back, Alex did call David "the turd in the punch bowl" in regards to 9/11 Truth and the Truth movement in general. This was based on Icke's contentions that - among other things - a Reptilian Hybrid race that runs the world.
I'll admit I personally thought Icke a wacko for the longest time as well. After Alex had him on the show in July, however, and with the continual endorsements of Icke I was given by a friend I completely respect, I gave Icke a shot. I bought his latest book, The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy... and How to Stop It. Well, the Reptilian material is quite hard to grasp for a newcomer, but the majority of the book is brilliant and about the same as the stuff Alex talks about all of the time. In fact, in the July interview, Alex mentioned he agrees with David on 99 percent of stuff. He also added the caveat that in these crazy times, who knows, maybe the remaining one percent is true.
Alex has said on his show that he feels badly about the things he's said about Icke in the past. By having David on, he's not only atoning, but giving the listeners a grand treat as well. These two together are a force.
The best news... Alex and David agreed during today's interview that on October 6, David will join Alex for two full hours to talk about whatever he wants.
After a three year gap, maybe David Icke will become a regular guest. If so, the globalists better watch out because the chasms that unfortunately exist within the Truth movement will shrink at a blistering pace.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
The footage was not in Loose Change: Final Cut, as Jennings was scared for his safety and the LC guys decided to respect that. However, after a pathetic BBC hit piece in July that tried to debunk Jennings' testimony, Jason Bermas decided to put the interview in his recently released Fabled Enemies.
Now, 53 isn't exactly 23, but it's certainly not old by any stretch. This is just way too coincidental and bizarre. Aaron Dykes at infowars.com is reporting that the official cause of death is not yet known, but online comments have reported the date of death as August 19. Alex Jones just said on his Wednesday show that they have Jennings' home phone and that his wife isn't answering.
Alex also just said that Loose Change creator Dylan Avery - who had a very lengthy interview with Jennings a year ago - is scared now for his own life, and is refusing to come on air. Alex seemed extremely unhappy with Dylan, and basically said it's ill advised not to come on air and go public. We'll see what happens there. Bermas is scheduled to come on at 1:30 ET. Bermas is back in New York after spending months in Austin working on Fabled Enemies and doing a bang-up job filling in for Alex.
Aaron Dykes in his article at infowars also reports that Jennings’ death comes on the heels of losing another 9/11 hero and eyewitness– Kenny Johannemann, who saved at least one person on 9/11, and reportedly "comitted suicide" in late August.
It would be no stretch to guess that the rogue government elements behind the attacks will probably "suicide" Jennings as well.
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
It was pretty telling that soon after, McCain's camp had scrambled to write new prepared text which included the following:
"The American economy is in crisis. Unemployment is on the rise and our financial markets are in turmoil."
This could very well be the beginning of the complete unraveling of the McPalin ticket. Anyone with half a brain can logically - if not emotionally - see this duo is a complete joke. McCain is a senile warmonger, and Palin is doing nothing but strutting around getting off on the fact that 61% of male voters want to have sex with - err, I mean, approve of - her.
Barack Obama hit a bulls eye with his response to McCain's gaffe. The highlight of his response - and no, I don't support him or think for a minute he came up with this himself - was a statement about regulation which appears to be dead-on. In fact, this afternoon on the Alex Jones show, economic guru and Father of Reaganomics, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, said that the first and foremost cause of the current economic fallout is the amount of increased deregulation over the wild and reckless practices of Federal Reserve and the big banks. Roberts is the former Deputy Treasury secretary under Ronald Reagan, a scathing critic of the Neo-Cons, and a plain old straight shooter.
Obama responded to McCain's remarks, "...one of the biggest proponents of deregulation in the financial sector is Phil Gramm -- the same man who helped write John McCain's economic plan. [Gramm is] the same man who said that we're going through a 'mental recession,' and the same man who called the United States of America a 'nation of whiners.'"
I don't know if we're a nation of whiners, but we're certainly a nation subjected to a court of jesters vying for title of our "leader," and the "face" of our country.
Monday, September 15, 2008
I guess you can say I'm "biased" because the wolf has been my favorite animal for as long as I can remember. However, the wolf - arguably North America's greatest, most majestic, and alluring predator - has been continually diminished to the point of extinction, and this simply can't be allowed to happen. It was only in the mid-1990s that the wolf was reintroduced en mass into the wild of the Great Northwest. Eliminating the wolf from North America would be equal to taking the lion out of Africa or the tiger out of Asia (which is also afoot).
Enter in December 0f 2006 this evil ice queen. She took office as the head of probably the last state in our country that claims unique wildlife and a breathtaking landscape. 'So what?' according to Ms. Palin. The years and money of incredibly arduous work on wolf reintroduction is bad. Keeping polar bears safe and thriving isn't 'of the Lord.' Let's have a field day against defenseless, beautiful, and endangered animals... so says this sadistic piece of filth.
Palin has proposed paying a $150 bounty for the foreleg of each dead wolf. $150 for a wolf? It's probably more to kill a cow so we can get a g-damn porterhouse. The aerial hunting program she champions has already killed nearly 800 wolves. I'd liked to see these cowardly, piece of filth hunters actually go on the ground and face down a wolf. It's really tough to shoot a big dog from a helicopter, huh?
Palin is also opposed efforts to save America’s polar bears from extinction. I haven't decided yet on which side of the global warming debate I'm on (it's too convincing either way), but how can you oppose the saving of the polar bear?
She’s fought against efforts to save some of the world’s most endangered beluga whales.
At nearly every opportunity, Governor Palin has sided with Big Oil, mining companies, wealthy trophy hunters and other entrenched special interests in support of policies that would greatly harm the wild animals we treasure. I can't even begin to tell you how much I would like to see an old school Battle Royal - with a wolf, a polar bear, Sarah Palin and her kids. Yep, that's right. Someone who is so eager to kill precious wildlife should have their children on the block for destruction.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
First off, they're completely discredited in the fact that their predecessors were at the very least complicit in carrying out the attacks. Of course both of these clowns have been confronted - and so has Joe Biden - by the We Are Change Crew. Each time, they shuffle away with looks of guilt and abject humiliation on their faces. The elite now are quite aware that 9/11 Truth is exploding, and eventually they will not escape its patriotic wrath.
Still, these two stooges show up at Ground Zero and disgrace the dead and dying - remember there are thousands of First Responders who are in their last days. Just as the Neo-Cons have done for the past seven years, they wrapped themselves in the Flag and played on people's fear and heartache.
Of course both Obama and McCain have to love the result of the 9/11 attacks. The events allowed the Patriot Act, the destruction of our Constitution and the erosion of our civil liberties. The Neo-Cons have capitalized big time since, and so will the next President.
In contrast, Dennis Kucinich and Ralph Nader have spent the past couple of days calling for new, true, and legitimate investigations into 9/11. Yes, there are still a handful of politicians out there who aren't under the influence of the corporate-military-industrial complex, who know we've been fed a line of bull, and who are going to continue to demand answers to the thousands of questions about what went on that day.
Seven years down the road, where are we? The establishment continues to perpetrate lies, propaganda and fear. They like to act as if 9/11 Truth is some sort of fringe concept that is increasingly marginalized. In fact, this couldn't be further from the truth.
I personally joined on to the cause about two and half years ago. I can't speak for the specifics of what was going on in the movement then, but it certainly continues to explode to this day.
While the percentage of Americans who believe we were only lied to about 9/11 increases, the hardcore number of folks who believe passionately in an inside job continues to rise exponentially. As far back as 2006, there were as many as 1/3 of Americans with inside job type opinions depending on the poll.
Far more important than that, however, is the inconceivable rising of support in the 9/11 Truth movement. It seems every few weeks there is a new supporter from the likes of entertainment, sports, foreign governments, former U.S. government employees and on and on. From Willie Nelson to Yukihisa Fujita, Charlie Sheen to Andreas von Bülow. And that is in addition to Jesse Ventura, Ed Asner, Rosie O'Donnell and others. On the issue of famous supporters alone there is no question the movement is gaining rapid support, let alone dying. The media and establishment shills on both the Left and Right need to try and portray this as a deflating fringe movement. Each and every day they face the possibility of their entire corrupt and evil bubble bursting.
Every week there is video upon video of We Are Change groups confronting mainline politicians and media whores. The Alex Jones show has perched at number one of all internet radio transmissions in the world. The YouTube and Google video ranks of movies like TerrorStorm, Loose Change: Final Cut, Endgame, Truth Rising, and Fabled Enemies continue to destroy the competition.
Put simply: THERE IS NO WAY THAT THE 9/11 TRUTH MOVEMENT IS DOING ANYTHING BUT GROWING BY THOUSANDS A DAY.
The best place to keep up with all of the events today and tomorrow - in virtually real time - is http://www.wearechange.org/.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
The focus of the press conference was to throw support behind not one but all of the so called third party candidates. The truly genuine contenders were mostly in attendance and included Independent candidate Ralph Nader, Green Party nominee Cynthia McKinney and Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin. Former Georgia Representative Bob Barr, the nominee of the Libertarian Party, held his own press hearing later in the day. Most likely this was because he asked Dr. Paul to be his V.P., and was politely turned down. Barr is a little too far to the Neo-Con side. I've really considered it a shame from day one that he is the "Libertarian" candidate.
The entire transcript of Dr. Paul's speech can be viewed at http://www.campaignforlibery.com/.
The initial buzz was that the press conference might be an announcement of a Paul endorsement for Nader. In fact, I think what actually went down was far more important. Dr. Paul's speech was a blistering endorsement for the dismantling of the two-party fraud, and a shining example of how one has the absolute right to support, fund, or campaign for whomever they like. Keep in mind, there were true independents as well as a former Democrat on the stage - being championed by a 2008 Republican Presidential candidate.
Congressman Paul is truly on fire. After last week's speech for the ages in Minneapolis, he dropped the hammer on the Left and Right today. Let's face it. Despite the early media blackout against him, and the ultimate shutdown of his campaign, he's just as, if not more, popular than ever, and what he has to say - and had to say this morning - is worth a whole heck of a lot. So much so that the McCain camp has spent the last two weeks trying to garner Paul's support, and gain access to his campaign donors and supporters.
Even Neo-Con filth, former Texas Sen. Phil Gramm (former McCain advisor) called for Dr. Paul to support McCain. Obviously the Congressman and his camp met this idea with abject laughter.
"Pretending that a true difference exists between the two major candidates is a charade of great proportion," Paul said. "The truth is that our two-party system offers no real choice. The real goal of the campaign is to distract people from considering the real issues."
The Congressman said of the diversity of the third party folks, "These individuals do have strong philosophic disagreements on various issues, but they all stand for challenging the status quo.
"A huge vote for those running on principle will be a lot more valuable by sending a message that we've had enough and want real change than wasting one's vote on a supposed lesser of two evils."
Monday, September 8, 2008
Not only were there more than 10,000 elated supporters on hand, but there were a number of surprisingly powerful speeches, and a couple for the ages by Dr. Paul and Governor Jesse Ventura. Ventura hit a grand slam when he went down the road of 9/11 Truth during his speech. Allegedly, he was even asked specifically by the Paul camp not to go there. Helleva job as always Jesse!
A shout out also deserves to be given to CSPAN-2 which covered just about every minute of the festivities last Tuesday. Before getting to Dr. Paul's thank you, check out Jesse Ventura's speech:
Aimee Allen also gave a totally punk rock performance. While I haven't found any comprehensive or high quality videos of her set, below are a couple of YouTube links. For more, just go to YouTube and type "Aimee Allen Ron Paul."
Here is Dr. Paul's message of gratitude:
What a thrilling week we've just had - three days of wonderful events, culminating in the great Rally for the Republic on September 2, which C-SPAN2 covered in its entirety. Americans got to hear more truth in our one day in Minneapolis than in decades' worth of standard political conventions.
I hope you were as impressed with the speakers and the performances as I was. The day reaffirmed for me that the movement on behalf of our philosophy is blessed with brains, talent, and verve.
If you missed it, we'll be making the whole thing available soon. In the meantime, you can watch whatever speakers you'd like to see right here.
Now it's time to turn to the hard work of the Campaign for Liberty. We have our work cut out for us. Our economic woes are being foolishly blamed on the free market. The federal government is taking over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as those of us with any sense feared it would.
We face the looming prospect of still more wars: with Iran, Russia, and now Pakistan.We need to inject some sanity into these debates.
Right now, though, I wish simply to thank you for all your sacrifices and hard work. Just when I think I cannot be any more amazed by your commitment to our ideas, you go and surprise me again. I deeply appreciate your devotion to our cause.
Remember one of the most important things our presidential campaign proved: there are millions of us out there. If 1.2 million Americans voted for our ideas in a Republican primary, think of how many more there must be.
We are not alone. We know that now. And when it comes to energy, creativity, and enthusiasm, our side wins hands down. I know these will be our secret weapons as we keep up the fight in these dark times to restore our republic, and to see peace and prosperity transformed from a campaign slogan into a way of life.
Please, recruit one more person to the Campaign for Liberty today.
With my deepest gratitude,
Alex Jones Confronts Michelle Malkin:
MSNBC Security Assaults Alex Jones:
We Are Change photos from the DNC:
Truthers Take Over MSNBC Hardball:
For more, check out http://www.infowars.com/, or http://www.wearechange.org/
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
The surge of energy, patriotism, and solidarity at the Target Center last night was something I personally have never seen in 31 years on this planet. Sure, there have been larger gatherings, and perhaps even higher decibel levels (perhaps), but never the combination of numbers, noise, and a genuine message - free of corporate sponsorship - all at the same time.
The Rally for the Republic was an enormous success, and featured not only a speech for the ages by Congressman Paul, but some really dazzling words and performances - including a few huge surprises. C-SPAN 2 - aside from cutting away during the Aimee Allen performance for some ridiculous RNC coverage - did a great job covering the entire day and night.
Dr. Paul himself had the crowd of some 10,000-15,000 supporters in an hour-long frenzy. He gave a fiery sermon about liberties, freedom, the ill-advised direction the Neo-Cons have steered us in, and he even had some scathing remarks about the War on Drugs. I have never seen such admiration, adoration, and excitement from so many people about a candidate the media didn't tell them to support. It was real, and it was exhilarating to watch.
There were a number of memorable quotes from Dr. Paul, but rather than blandly run them down here, I suggest going over to the C-SPAN website where you can watch the speech in its entirety.
There were a number of memorable appearances that truly came out of nowhere. First off, I though MSNBC's Tucker Carlson did a great job mc'ing. I've always thought of him - especially during his CNN Crossfire days - as a little Neo-Con minion. I must say, however, he seemed genuine enough about his admiration towards Dr. Paul, as well as his support of Libertarian ideals.
Barry Goldwater, Jr. introduced the Congressman, and really got the crowed fired up. I honestly must say I didn't expect all that much from him, especially after Alex Jones had expressed a rather 'so what' attitude toward Goldwater's attendance.
The biggest and brightest surprise to me though was the speech given by U.S. Olympic Gold Medal swimmer Erik Vendt. He really got the crowd going, describing how during his China trip he thought how he's glad he didn't live in a country where they listen to phone calls, read emails, and have cabs bugged.
"Then I realized," he said, "they (the U.S. Government) read my emails and listen to my phone calls.
"We're just one terror attack away from Martial Law."
What was not a surprise was Jesse Ventura's dead-on speech attacking the Bush Administration, the corporate run media, and the general direction of the country. He also came through big time with a little 9/11 Truth action.
"I'm going to move on to another subject that a lot of people don't want to discuss today," Ventura said. "And that's something called 9/11."
Ventura later went on to say, "When the FBI was pressed as to why 9/11 wasn't included [in Osama bin-Laden's rap sheet], their response was 'we don't have enough evidence'."
"Why do we have a President who stonewalled any investigation into 9/11 for two years?"
Good old Governor Ventura. Telling it like it is. What was really encouraging however, was that he sounded a lot more energized and upbeat than he did a few weeks ago on the Alex Jones Show when he sounded pretty resigned as to the fate of the U.S.
After last week's nauseating dog and pony show at the DNC, and the basically non-existent Neo-Con parade full of unpopular discredited fools in St. Paul at the RNC, last night's Rally was really the potent shot in the arm of patriotism that the people needed. It showed yet again that there really is an interest in freedom and in our Constitution, and that there are powerful, courageous people still out there willing to lead the Revolution.
Monday, September 1, 2008
Here’s Monday’s Ron Paul Nation Celebration schedule:
6:00 PM - Intro: B.J. Lawson
6:10 PM - National Anthem: Eric Richards
6:15 PM - Rick Ellis
7:00 PM - Marc Scibilia
7:45 PM - Aimee Allen
8:50 PM - Rockie Lynne
10:00 PM - Dr. Ron Paul
11:00 PM - 2 AM After Party at Club Jäger with Steve Dore
Tuesday’s Rally for the Republic schedule:
11:30 - Doors open
12:30 - Intro: Tucker Carlson
12:40 - National Anthem: Matt Colvin
12:50 - Invocation: Barb Davis White
12:55 - Howard Phillips
1:10 - Doug Wead
1:30 - Tom Woods
1:50 - Grover Norquist
2:10 - Lew Rockwell
2:30 - Bill Kauffman
2:50 - Special Guest
3:10 - Bruce Fein
3:35 - Gov. Jesse Ventura
4:05 - John Tate‚ Campaign for Liberty Presentation
4:25 - Gov. Gary Johnson
5:00 - Aimee Allen
6:00 - Break
7:00 - Intro: Barry Goldwater
7:05 - Ron Paul
8:05 - Sara Evans
9:30 - End of Program
9:30 - Jimmie Vaughan After Party
Over the course of this week, check back here, as well as http://www.infowars.com/, http://www.prisonplanet.com/, and http://www.rallyfortherepublic.com/ for updates and highlights.