Monday, March 30, 2009

The What, Now?

This is the general response from our civil servants when we, their employers, mention that little contract that we had them sign... complete ignorance.

They have no idea what the thing says, what it means, or what bearing it has on their occupation of professional politician.

For instance, these knuckleheads (including the head of the Federal Reserve, a non-governmental agency) show off their disregard for that useless piece of paper:



These ignorant fools don't even know the difference between the Constitution and bylaws, referring to the bylaws as "the laws of the land". He needs to read the actual Law of the Land, in which is written what is referred to as "The Supremacy Clause". (Double click for the text thereof.)

When it comes to our founding documents our servants are sort of like this guy, who portrays a modern civil servant more accurately than intended:

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Appropriate Appellation

You've probably heard the uproar about them changing the name of the building replacing the Twin Towers from "Freedom Tower" to "One World Trade Center".

Why is there such an uproar?

Other than the fact that the word "Freedom" is now a "double-plus ungood" word, the arrangement of words in the new name might just pass by some people.

Glenn Beck and others are angry because they liked the term "Freedom Tower", and because they only changed it to be more marketable; but, what appears to have slipped right by them is the new name!

Let me spell it out, just in case you didn't quite make the connection the first time: One World Trade Center.

They've already begun using the term "1WTC", as that's more acceptable than it's true, full, blatant name of "One World Trade Center".

"One World" is, of course, one of the many terms used by the CFR, Bilderburg, Trilateral Commission, and others in reference to "World Government", also known as the "New World Order", "New Order", "World Order", and "New Economic Order", "New International Order", "Internationalism", and "The Tower of Babel".

(The latter term mostly used by its opponents; opponents being those who wish to mantain national and individual sovereignty over a globally integrated society run by a handful of elitist Eugenisists. The moderator of this blog wishes to be listed among the men who stand for nationalism; not for physical nationalism, such as those who would exclude fellow countrymen due to their skin tone or earlobe size, but a ideological nationalism. Ideologies such as Freedom, Liberty, personal responsibility, independence, decentralized government, checks and balances, national sovereignty, armed citizenry, strong-but-distanced military, citizen police, accountibility in civil servitude, responsible and lawful bylaws, and respect for the Law of the Land. If you are not for these things, may posterity forget that you were my countrymen.)

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Presidential Birth Certificate Petition

I don't do petitions, I never have; but, what I see here is a great petition demanding the release of B.O.'s full birth certificate, whether it be written in English, Kenyan, Indonesian, or Klingon.

I have to wonder if Obama can legally drive, because you've got to produce more than just your birth certificate to get a driver's license.

Sign it if you like, though I don't know how much good it will do.
(Sorta like, "All of government is corrupt, write your congressman!")

If nothing else, this petition will show how many Americans are concerned; the number is currently over 341,000 (UPDATE 3/26/09: 343,000).

Sunday, March 22, 2009

MIACgate III: The Ideology

This video, which I believe relates to the ideology behind the MIAC report, shows a FEMA lecturer teaching firemen and police that our country's Founders were the first terrorist group in the U.S., a treasonous statement to be sure.



Note the date: July 19th, 2001, a mere two months before the WTC attacks, from which would rise the very un-American "USA PATRIOT Act".

Section 802 of the USA PATRIOT Act defines "domestic terrorism" as activities that, "involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State."

Jaywalking, for example.

Interesting how they always give tyrannical legislation names that are the complete opposite of their contents (e.g. "the Fairness Doctrine").

Friday, March 20, 2009

MIACgate II: The Documents

Note: This report is very poorly written, as it contains spelling errors, grammatical errors, and poor sentence structure; it is therefore somewhat difficult to read. The documents are clickable for enlargement.








MIACgate: Third-Party Bumperstickers are Now Indicative of Militant Ideology

There is nothing amusing or cutesy about the contents of the latest report from the Missouri Information Analysis Center concerning for what law enforcement and other public organizations are to be on the lookout.

I have put off this topic for as long as I have been aware of it, because I didn't know what was going to be the next big break in the story. The story first broke here, when a concerned civil servant, an anonymous policeman, sent in the documents to whom, he felt, would be a safe and reliable recipient.

The findings of this MIAC report are so outrageous and blatantly Orwellian that there were many individual accusations of forgery and fabrication on the part of Alex Jones; these have been silenced with admissions of authenticity from MIAC, a local sheriff, and the governor of Missouri, Jay Nixon.

Ron Paul, Chuck Baldwin, and Bob Barr have co-written a letter demanding a public apology from MIAC and all involved in this highly discriminatory report; if it is not given, they will consider legal action.

Lumping racists and violent-radical organizations together with Constitutionalists and Libertarians, this perverted document equates free-minded Americans with domestic terrorists that are out to maim policemen.

If you speak out against the (dare I say it) "New World Order", you are a dangerous criminal; also, if you've ever seen the documentary "America: Freedom to Fascism", you are, of course, an even more dangerous criminal.

What has happened to my country?

Saturday, March 14, 2009

A Christian-American of Celtic Descent Dissents against Catholic-Irish Event

Anyone who knows me knows that I strive to be a Christian in the Biblical sense; that is, everything I believe should be proven to be true in the Bible.

Everything in the Bible is true, anything to the contrary notwithstanding; any question pertaining to doctrine can be supported or denied by Scripture, with each verse supporting the last, as there are, contrary to popular opinion, no contradictions in Scripture.

That said, I will try to explain my position on the oh, so popular celebration of Patrick's Day.

The full name of this event is called "Saint" Patrick's Day, but since the Catholic Church illegitimately claims Christianity, and Patrick was a Catholic bishop, I can't bring myself to calling the man a saint.

I absolutely love Irish music; the rhythm, the lyrics, and the tempo of the reels all appeal to my musical DNA. The same is true of Messianic Jewish music, but that's another post.

Other than the poor, misled Catholic sheeple who are herded off to Mass every March 17th, I don't know of anyone who cares about celebrating a dead Catholic priest. I think the whole draw of the thing is the beer and the music. As I think it's pointless to drink beer, I am drawn solely to the music at events all over the countryside and on television on Patrick's Day.

The muted tenor of uilleann pipes and the airy shrillness of Irish whistles playing the tunes of the Emerald Isle draw people of all descents. So does Guinness, but as I said, this has nothing to do with what I'm talking about.

So, what's a body to do, a Christian body, when you really don't want to celebrate Patrick, a dead Catholic priest, but you can't help but enjoy the rampant celebration of some decent music for a change?

Go ahead and listen to the sweet melodies of Ireland, watch the parade on TV, as parades are fun to watch, but do you really care about Patrick? Is Patrick worth celebrating?

I don't celebrate Patrick's Day. I make it a point to wear an un-green color. And why should I celebrate the guy? He only misled masses of people into a false, cult-like religion.

Have a Happy Irish Music Extravaganza Enjoyment Day, but, by all means, forget the dead Catholic guy, okay?

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Where are we, again?





Remember how it used to be? Maybe not. I don't even think I do. I don't think I ever truly knew what it was like to be truly free. I don't think there are many people left that remember being free. How quickly we forget.

My dad sometimes tells stories about, when he was younger, going on a bus trip out of town with a Ruger 10/22 over his shoulder and nobody batted an eye. The thought amazed me. I now fully realize why it amazed me: we aren't free any more.

I see the reports of peaceful, truly peaceful protesters, respectable men and women, being shot with rubber bullets, being corralled into holding pens, being detained without charge, even after bowing to authority and getting a permit to protest. Is that freedom?

You can be detained for forty-eight hours without charge. Is that being free?

I see and hear about police checkpoints and roadblocks, where people's cars and persons are being stopped and searched without any cause whatsoever. Is this the freedom for which millions of soldiers over the years have fought, bled, suffered, and painfully died?

I see the central government, a legitimate entity, illegitimately overstepping its bounds into the states' and the people's affairs. Is this our hard won separation of power at work?

I am no revolutionary, not even in the way our country's founders were. I don't want anymore change, as "change" has now become a word repugnant to our Republic.

I don't feel that I can rightfully say I want my country back, as I don't think I was born in my country; I was born into some strange and terrifying mess; a mess that no one admits to making. A mess that many say is America, but I don't.

I don't know what it is, and I don't know what to call it, but it's not America. I know America, I've read about America since I was old enough to read, and friend, this ain't it.

I've read and studied its Constitution, its form of government, its very codes and principles, and I don't find them in use anywhere in this strange country.

This shape-shifting, formless mass of newly-set precedents of tyranny and immorality of Orwellian proportions is supposed to be a free country, America?

It would be insulting if someone said to me, "Why do you hate America?", because I love America. I don't believe that there is any other terrestrial place that I have ever admired more than America. It is the ignorant, backward thinking of "obedience to the Executive Office equals loving America" that has destroyed our Republic.

"America, right or wrong."

This is the most ridiculous phrase I've ever heard, because the true America never changes! America stands for the same principles as it did 100 years ago! I don't know when, but somewhere in time, someone convinced the masses that the erroneous men that are supposed to uphold the Constitution but never do (the men in government) and America are one in the same.

No, America doesn't change with administrations, because the standards of morality, law, and justice are the same, regardless of the times or the era in which one lives.

"There is no better country."

I agree, so why should we allow it to crumble into a pile of sawdust? If you love something, wouldn't you rabidly defend it? If you love this country, you should be personally defending its honor and principles in every respect, not smacking down those who would dare speak out against the status quo.

What a sickening thing that so many of our vets — your fathers, grandfathers, brothers, and cousins — died for something that has been taken with a stroke of tyrant's pen. You should be outraged. Instead, many are in a politically induced coma.

I am no revolutionary, I just love what was my country.

As a man once said, "If you think we're free today, you know nothing of tyranny and even less about Freedom."

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Comrade Beck Interviews Glorious Communist Party Leader



An absolutely pull-your-hair-out interview with a Commie that, with all due respect to the man, doesn't really know much of anything political. Maybe he should change hobbies.

(In case you will wonder in the course of watching this, $500 is almost 2% of $26,000.)

Friday, March 06, 2009

Of Principalities, Powers, and Darkness in High Places

You may not know this, and depending on your "political affiliation", you may utterly reject this, but George W. Bush, in light of the evidence, as we can only know them by their fruits, gives no appearance of being a Christian. Neither is Obama. Nor John Kerry.

But there's an interesting thing about Bush and Kerry, who ran against each other in '04.

They are both members of the Skull and Bones secret society in Yale, a society whose purpose is the glorification of death.

You, like I, would say that people make mistakes when they're younger, and he's probably repentant that he joined, right?

Then why doesn't Bush renounce it? Why do both Bush and Kerry maintain the secrecy of the club after all these years:





Now, I'm not a crazy person that thinks Skull and Bones is out to take over the world, but the merest research into it reveals its fascination with death and skulls. Why won't Bush at least renounce his involvement? Why does he maintain it's secrecy? Why doesn't he explain that he made a stupid decision to join? Maybe he doesn't think it was a bad choice.

Please, research it. Find out what Skull and Bones is, then ask yourself if someone who would join and remain loyal to it after so many years can be considered a good, moral man.

Every politician who is a member, representing the American people, and there are many politicians in their ranks, should renounce their involvement in the Skull and Bones organization.

Thursday, March 05, 2009

Minnesotans are for Global Warming, Doncha Know

Reminiscent of a certain Jayhawker's ideation...



This post is dedicated to Stephen Graveling and his family.

Smedley Butler: The Man Who May Have Saved the Nation

Major General Smedley Butler, USMC

"I wouldn't go to war again as I have done to protect some lousy investment of the bankers. There are only two things we should fight for. One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. War for any other reason is simply a racket." ~Major General Smedley Butler:

Led U.S. forces in the Boxer Rebellion, the Banana Wars, the Occupation of Veracruz (1914), the Occupation of Haiti, and World War I.

He twice received the Medal of Honor, the Marine Corps Brevet Medal, the Army Distinguished Service Medal, the Navy Distinguished Service Medal, the French Order of the Black Star, the Spanish Campaign Medal, West Indies Naval Campaign Medal, China Relief Expedition Medal,
the Philippine Campaign Medal, the Nicaraguan Campaign Medal, the Haitian Campaign Medal, the Dominican Campaign Medal, the Mexican Service Medal, the World War I Victory Medal, and the Yangtze Service Medal.


I haven't seen the entirety of the following BBC documentary, but this will basically explain the Business Plot:









Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Name That Belt-Buckle Answer: The Governator

Arnold Schwarzenegger has a thing for Totenkopf death's heads and all things Nazi.

Maybe he should be President!

The full story can be read here.

NOTICE: The moderator of this blog does not advocate Nazism in any way, shape, or form, as Nazism is really evil, mean, wicked, bad, and totalitarian. Neither does he advocate Schwarzenegger becoming President, because he is a Nazi, and is evil, mean, wicked, bad, and totalitarian. He shares his first name with the last name of a man who turned-coat during the War for American Independence. His father was an SS officer and one of his best friends is a Nazi war criminal, and people with friends like that should not be President. He is also a foreigner, and foreigners cannot be President, though that didn't stop somebody. He also stars in movies in which he comes from another planet and kills people. In that way, he is kind of like Gort from the movie The Day the Earth Stood Still, but you can't say "Klatuu Barada Nikto" and make him stop. If you've never seen that movie, you probably think that's strange, but it makes sense in the movie.

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Name that Belt-Buckle

Can you identify the man wearing this belt-buckle?
Go ahead and guess.

Answer coming soon!

In Their Own Words: New World Order

You've probably heard somebody in the past speak of Globalization and the "New World Order".

This is a phrase that has what is called a "giggle factor", the mere mention of the phrase discrediting the intelligence of the user.

If you use the term, or another like it, when you call-in to any mainstream talk show or television program, you will in all likelihood be cutoff, or you will be ridiculed... and then cutoff.

But where did this phrase come from? Probably some "tinfoil-hat wearing conspiracy theorist", right?

Perhaps it was the Malthusian-minded H.G. Wells that first used it for the title of his 1939 book "The New World Order". In this book, he details a Globalist society and an international government. An infamous quote from the book is as follows: "Countless people... will hate the new world order... and will die protesting against it... When we attempt to evaluate its promise, we have to bear in mind the distress of a generation or so of malcontents..." ~H. G. Wells

H. G. Wells was not against the idea, as the entire book stresses the need for such an Order.

Perhaps one book by one man isn't enough to convince the masses that such a thing is taking place. Perhaps one should read a more modern work, such as Henry Kissinger's "The Chance for a New World Order".

Maybe the Prime Minister of Great Britain, Gordon Brown, would be even more mainstream:



Hm, he just used "New World Order" four times, and mentioned globalization four times in under 2 minutes. Nope, still just a conspiracy theory.

Perhaps G. H. W. Bush had a little something to say on the issue:



(Forgive the terrible quality of that last one, but it was the most concise video of all that I've found.)

"My vision of a 'new world order' foresees a United Nations with a revitalized peacekeeping function." ~G. H. W. Bush

"[The war in Iraq is] a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these troubled times...a new world order can emerge." ~G. H. W. Bush

"For two centuries we’ve done the hard work of freedom. And tonight we lead the world in facing down a threat to decency and humanity. What is at stake is more than one small country, it is a big idea—a new world order, where diverse nations are drawn together in common cause to achieve the universal aspirations of mankind: peace and security, freedom, and the rule of law. Such is a world worthy of our struggle, and worthy of our children’s future." ~G. H. W. Bush

"We have before us the opportunity to forge for ourselves and for future generations a new world order, a world where the rule of law, not the rule of the jungle, governs the conduct of nations. When we are successful, and we will be, we have a real chance at this new world order, an order in which a credible United Nations can use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the UN’s founders." ~G. H. W. Bush

"If we do not follow the dictates of our moral compass and stand up for human life, then this lawlessness will threaten the peace and democracy of the emerging new world order we now see, this long dreamed-of vision we’ve all worked toward for so long."

"We will succeed in the Gulf. And when we do, the world community will have sent an enduring warning to any dictator or despot, present or future, who contemplates outlaw aggression. The world can therefore seize this opportunity to fulfill the long-held promise of a new world order—where brutality will go unrewarded, and aggression will meet collective resistance." ~G. H. W. Bush

"Ultimately, our objective is to welcome the Soviet Union back into the world order. Perhaps the world order of the future will truly be a family of nations." ~G. H. W. Bush


Now, here's a guy that needs no introduction:



These are only a small percentage of the uses of the term "New World Order", as I have chosen only the most recognizable names; but here is a name that is recognized the world over:

"National Socialism will use its own revolution for establishing of a new world order." ~Adolf Hitler

Maybe it takes a little more than this to convince some people that there is such a thing as a New World Order, whatever that may be or bring.

Whatever the case, there are a few things that many people don't know about the world around them, and they don't even care.

Perhaps that's how we got to this place in our country's history, people stopped caring enough to know anything but football and celebrities.

How do we fix it? I don't know, but first... you've got to get mad.

"I don't know what to do... but I do know that first, you've got to get mad! You've got to say, 'I'm a human being... my life has value!'" ~Portion of famous Howard Beale speech from the movie "Network"

Monday, March 02, 2009

The Poll is Tied

The Tri-State Republics and The Republics of I-35 are tied for first with 3 votes each.

I've added "Other" for a write-in vote.

ADDENDUM: Since the poll results added-up to 200%, I am removing the feature that allows multiple votes.

The Alchemists' Goal Has Been Reached

Yes, it's true! Though, no mixing of metals and acids were involved in the process.

Lead is now gold, and it's rapidly decreasing in availability. I can personally tell you that lead, and its friend, powder, are now disappearing all over.

I have to wonder if the alchemists ever realized that if they did find a formula for turning lead into gold, that gold would become lesser in value. Supply and demand.

Anyway, get it while you can. Lead, that is.

David Rockefeller: Honorary Chairman of the CFR



“For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as "internationalists" and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure - one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it." ~David Rockefeller, from his book Memoirs, page 405

David and the entire Rockefeller oligarchy has played an integral, keystone role in the Council on Foreign Relations, The Trilateral Commission, The Bilderburg Group, and many other globalist, international organizations.

Rockefeller has been portrayed as the ultimate example of Capitalism; I see him as the ultimate example of the twisted mind-set of Elitism, anti-Americanism, and Globalism.

His Internationalist think-tanks are populated by American media moguls, American manufacturing giants, and American politicians. Shouldn't we be concerned?

Sunday, March 01, 2009

CPAC, CFR, and The Constitution

"We want every American to be the best he or she chooses to be.

We recognize that we are all individuals. We love and revere our founding documents, the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. [Applause]

We believe that the preamble to the Constitution contains an inarguable truth that we are all endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights, among them life. [Applause] Liberty, Freedom. [Applause] And the pursuit of happiness. [Applause]

Those of you watching at home may wonder why this is being applauded. We conservatives think all three are under assault. [Applause] Thank you. Thank you." ~Rush Limbaugh

A great speech overall, but I have a few issues with it, and with the speaker.

First
of all, you will notice in the second paragraph that he mentions the "inarguable truth" in the preamble to the U.S. Constitution that we are endowed by our creator with the inalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Before I continue, let me mention that he was awarded the "Defender of the Constitution" award.

The preamble to the Constitution, you know, the "We the People" document, doesn't say anything about life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness; that's a quote from the Declaration of Independence.

"Ooh, Soory!" ~Alex Trebek

Secondly, how can a man who talks to millions of people everyday, setting the opinion of those who would receive it (don't worry, I'm not a Fairness Doctrine crazy; I know he doesn't set public opinion), be given an award recognizing his "defense of the Constitution", and be lauded as a leader within the "conservative movement" when he puts out the disinformation that the Council on Foreign Relations does not exist.

The Council on Foreign Relations, which has been mentioned on mainstream news programming as actively functioning, is a think-tank for Globalism and one-world government. Many members are politicians such as, admittedly, Dick Cheney:






Ha, ha, ha; Cheney, you are soooo funny.

To understand the basics of the CFR, it requires a goodly amount of time, which I don't currently have, as it is late and I'm slightly cranky. *Smiles Weakly*

Here's an "okay" video that I found; more informative info will follow:

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