The answer to 1984... is 1776

Friday, August 13, 2010


Establishment’s Latest Desperate Rand Paul Hoax Explodes In Their Face

“Kidnapping” charge bogus as yet another hyped PR stunt to discredit Kentucky primary winner falls flat on its face
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Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Friday, August 13, 2010

The latest media hoax targeting Kentucky primary winner Rand Paul has exploded in the establishment’s face after a claim that Paul “kidnapped” a woman during a college prank was revealed to be completely mischaracterized, showing once again how desperate the system is to discredit Paul and prevent him from leading a populist revolt against the status quo.

The corporate media has now launched no less than three hyped or outright manufactured “controversies” in an effort to tear down Paul’s popularity in the less than three months since he won the Kentucky primary.

The system is scared stiff of what Paul represents because he is a true constitutionalist with a real chance of winning in October after having brushed aside establishment Republican candidate Trey Grayson back in May.

On the very night of his primary success, the media kicked into high gear and instantly tried to characterize Paul as a hypocrite and a racist elitist simply because he held his victory celebration at a country club.

When this attempt to smear Paul fell flat on its face, the Civil Rights sideshow was ramped up, with MSNBC airing eight different segments totaling 37 minutes with every single guest attacking Rand Paul as a closet racist who wanted to repeal the Civil Rights Act, something which he never said. Indeed, although Paul expressed a nuanced view on the Civil Rights Act, he made it clear that he would not vote to repeal it. This didn’t stop Rachel Maddow and MSNBC from publishing an out of context script in a crass stunt to make it appear as if Paul had answered “yes” to Maddow’s question about whether businesses should have the right not to serve black people.

But with Paul still maintaining a healthy lead over his Democratic rival Jack Conway, the establishment was forced to launch its third absurd smear attack in as many months, by manufacturing a national controversy out of the claims of an anonymous woman who talked to GQ Magazine about a college prank Paul was involved in 30 years ago, alleging that Paul had “kidnapped” the woman and forced her to take drugs.

The hoax was unraveled when the woman later admitted to the Washington Post that she was not kidnapped, she was not forced drugged, and that “the whole thing has been blown out of proportion” because she willingly went along with the prank, which on the face of it

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Secrets of the Wizard of Oz and our current economic crisis
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a modern fairy tale published in 1900, that was written by Frank Baum who loved editorial cartoons from the newspaper. He used the universal symbols of his day to create a contemporary fable that explains our own financial crisis.

Hurricanes (socio-economic upheaval like now), the Tin Man (working stiffs dependent on oil), the strawman (farmers), the Lion (populist leader), the wizard (the pinhead "in charge"), the Wicked Witch of the East (Wall Street banks), the Wicked Witch of the West (big oil & business) are but a few of the symbols Baum used from his imagination and the newspapers to create a fantasy where an American child could go into and fix the world of finance (Oz) that is causing her aunt and uncle such worry in the real world ("Main Street" or "Kansas"). Dorothy does this amazing thing by changing the way money is made. She kills the Wicked Witch of the East and takes her shoes. In the book the shoes are silver (money) and ruby in the movie for technicolor. The original is better.

If killing the witch seems extreme, in the context of American political cartoons it is not. The banking plutocrats were often depicted as vipers (in top hats) battling Andrew Jackson or populist heroes like him. ["The bank," Jackson told his vice president, "is trying to kill me, but I will kill it!,"--this captures the sentiment towards banks.] The vipers becames witches in Baum's fantasy of Oz.

Dorothy unmasks the wizard and helps him retire. This overthrow isn't violent. Our own system can be taken back on the back of the principles instituted after the original Revolutionary War. Nor does she kill the witches sadistically or even volitionally. White collar thieves are better "killed" with liquidation which is what "I'mm melting!" "I'm melting!" was all about.

Irish Americans have special access to the hidden meaning of the Wizard of Oz. Baum tells us the wizard's full name includes the first-name "Phadrig," Irish for Patrick. Irish Americans were central protagonists and pawns--on all sides--in the beginning of what is our modern oil-driven epoch that began around when Oz was written. By understanding our history and the foundations of our epoch, we can sort out the perrenial tricks that the establishment use to confuse, and thereby to steal our nations' wealth.

Frank Baum tells us in Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz that the The Wizard's full real name is Oscar Zoroaster (OZ) Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkel Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs or O.Z.P.I.N.H.E.A.D. for short. The name reveals how the wizard who uses charms and fears and trickery and magesterium to keep the people working like little elves, also wears the mask of immortal heroic leaders. The Wizard is the shining knight (Norman), the corporate saleman (Henkel), the messiah(Emmanuel/Jesus), the father who would sacrifice his son for God (Isaac), the knickerbocker (Ambroise), the tycoon (digger). We are to learn, the fable teaches, to see through this wizard and discover our own heart, our own mind, our own courage as the allegorical figures Tin Man, Scarecrow and Cowardly Lion must do. With that selfhood, we can figure out how money and power should be regulated by elected government--not by unelected and secretive bankers--for the good of society and freedom of its citizens.

Phádrig is the shepherd of the Irish often invoked by men seeking Irish votes, using Irish charms in the phenomenon of urban Irish political machines. Tammany Hall in New York and other such machines were in Baum's day engines that had created in America, The Emerald City--a fusion of Emerald Isle romance and urban American opportunity: the mosaics of New York subway, the skyscraper spanning the East River between Brooklyn and Manhattan, the Emerald City and its leprechaun-like wizard were metaphors for that maligned ethnic institution of early democracy that fought to create an American middle class out of Dickensian poverty.

Baum warns us that politicians will strip the mask of Patrick, as they do Jesus and the Texas cowboy and the Crusading knight, and wear this version of manly leadership to usher his flock to ends they will come to regret and should have predicted. The Irish politician in America will end up serving the plutocrats (as O'Reilly does Murdoch), and helping real authority--the witches.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Exclusive: Rand Paul's accuser clarifies "kidnapping"

August 11, 2010

Exclusive: Rand Paul's accuser clarifies "kidnapping"

The woman who sparked a national firestorm by recounting Rand Paul's
youthful indiscretions to GQ magazine is now clarifying her account: She says she was not kidnapped nor forced to do drugs by Paul.

But she reiterated other odd aspects of her earlier story, including her claim that Paul and another college friend blindfolded her, tied her up, and told her to smoke pot and worship the "Aqua Buddha," even if they didn't physically force her to do these things.

(Slate: Racist 'Rand fan' actually Obama supporter)

The woman -- who was made available to me for an interview by GQ reporter Jason Zengerle in response to the Paul campaign's denunciations of his article -- said she didn't mean to imply that she was kidnapped "in a legal sense."

"The whole thing has been blown out of proportion," she told me. "They didn't force me, they didn't make me. They were creating this drama: `We're messing with you.'"

The woman said that much of the subsequent coverage of her allegations missed a key nuance: As a participant in a college ritual, where lines between acquiescence and victimization are often blurry, she was largely playing along with the notion that she was being forced to follow Paul's orders.



Rand Paul's anonymous accuser

Without evidence, the "kidnapping" tale is an example of what media consumers should automatically disbelieve

So Rand Paul felt obliged to deny an accusation that he kidnapped a Baylor University swim teammate and forced her to smoke dope.

I believe him. I believed him before he said he didn't do it.

Why? Because the accusation is about something that allegedly happened some 27 years ago, and his accuser is staying anonymous. Sadly, GQ magazine -- which published an otherwise interesting (and better-sourced) account of Paul's, uh, socially active college years -- went with this tale.

Even more sadly, the state of American media is such that the accusation has made its way into the mainstream. Bloggers and traditional journalists alike have quoted the GQ piece and given it credence it absolutely hasn't earned. Anonymous sources deserve no credibility unless they provide evidence.

I hope Paul wins in November, because I find his politics refreshing and enlightening in many ways.


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Eminem: '911 was an inside job'


SWINE FLU SHOT: How many people got it?

Swine flu vaccine stats – Exposed 'False Flag FLU' - Pandemic Now Declared Over: WHO

August 10, 2010
Northwest Herald

USA bought 195 million doses of the vaccine – 1 in 5 took the shot – 4 out of 5 refused the shot. Out of a total population of 304 million. 60 million Americans were inoculated. 20%.
Canada bought 50.4 million doses of vaccine. 40% of the Canadian population were inoculated. The largest number in the world (comparatively). Roughly 12 million Canadians took the shot out of a total population of 33 million.
Australia bought 21 million doses of the H1N1 vaccine – 6.6 million of the population took the shot. Total population in Australia of 22 million. 30%.
Ireland bought 3.85 million doses of the vaccine – 1 in 6 were inoculated with the H1N1 vaccine – with a total population of 4.5 million, just under 700,000 were vaccinated. 14.4%
Britain bought 60 million doses of the H1N1 Vaccine – 4.25 million of the population took the shot out of a total population of 60 Million. 7%.
France bought 94 million doses of the H1N1 Vaccine–5 million people were inoculated in France,
with a total population of 64 million. 7.8%
Germany bought 50 million doses of the H1N1 Vaccine –roughly 4.5 million of the 82 million German populous were inoculated. 5 %.
China bought 100 million doses of the H1N1 Vaccine – as of December 11, 2009 – 32 million were inoculated. 3.2%
Netherlands bought 34 million doses of the H1N1 Vaccine – no data available yet as to how many doses were administered.
India bought 1.5 million doses of the H1N1 Vaccine – no data available yet as to how many doses were administered.H1N1 vaccines will start rolling out on Feb 19, 2010 – to the general public in India.
Poland refused to buy the H1N1 vaccine. (The only country to do so)

GSK made over 4 Billion Dollars in Profit from H1N1 Flu – and another 7 billion dollars projected earnings by 2011.

in other news....

WHO declares swine flu pandemic over

Posted 6 minutes ago
August 10, 2010
The World Health Organization says the swine flu pandemic is now over.
Swine flu has killed more than 18,000 people and affected more than 2,200 countries since it emerged in April last year.

The new virus spread swiftly worldwide, despite drastic measures including a week long shutdown in Mexico.

The UN organisation says the H1N1 flu virus has run its course and reached seasonal flu level.
WHO director general Margaret Chan says "the world is no longer in phase six of the pandemic alert. We are now moving into the post-pandemic period," she said.
Vaccines for regular seasonal influenza viruses now incorporate protection against swine flu, and the WHO insists on the merits of flu jabs.
The world remains on phase three of the flu alert scale for the less infectious but deadlier H5N1 bird flu.


Monday, August 9, 2010

Barry Soetoro: who's that?

Will Obama be forced to rely on an engineered pre-election surprise to rescue his Presidency?

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Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, August 9, 2010
While Barry Soetoro lavishes himself at a luxury Spanish resort amidst deepening economic turmoil, back home his political dynasty crashes and burns as his approval ratings plunge to a record low of 41 per cent with less than a few months to go before the October midterm elections.
Obama has come under widespread criticism for preaching austerity and financial discipline while sunning himself at an opulent resort in the Costa del Sol region as his wife Michelle parades around in expensive designer clothing.
As the economy worsens and top financial experts openly talk of American entering a second great depression, Obama’s approval ratings continue to head south in a hurry.
As we exposed in the Obama Deception, the manufactured populist euphoria behind the crowing of Soetoro was always likely to rapidly deflate once it became apparent that Obama was the ultimate puppet, a vacuous servant of the bankers and the elite to whom he owes his entire political dynasty.
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Just 41 per cent approved of the way Obama was handling the job in a recent USA TODAY/Gallup Poll, the lowest figure since Soetoro took office in January 2009.
For someone whose political career is so obviously sinking out of sight, Obama seems remarkably relaxed about it, an ominous portend that the people who pull his strings have lined up a helpful pre-election surprise as a means of rallying the American people back around their fallen commander in chief.
On one side of the scale, some are speculating that Obama could announce a gigantic bailout of Main Street in the form of debt relief for millions of Americans whose homes are now worth more than their mortgages. This promised giveaway would likely reinvigorate support for Obama from the millions of gullible idiots who voted for him in the first place while proclaiming that all their problems would be solved by a Christ-like Obama who would pay their mortgage and gas bills.

Of course, the rhetoric behind any such giveaway would be fantastic enough to buy votes in the short term, but the reality behind such a program would soon disintegrate in the aftermath of the midterms.
However, on the extreme end of the scale some are warning, or even advocating, that Obama will launch an attack on Iran and risk setting off world war three as a ploy through which to keep himself in power. Just as the 9/11 attack saw Bush’s approval ratings soar into the 90’s, rallying Americans around an external threat could be just the ticket for an administration that has completely polarized the country and whose actions have led to the creation of fierce political opposition groups like the Tea Party.
There can be little doubt that unless an artificially engineered “surprise event” helps Obama turn things around, the losses for the Democrats will be drastic.
As Bruce Drake points out today, “The party that controls the White House usually loses House seats in the off-year contests and the losses are bigger when the President’s job approval rating is below 50 percent.”
In 1994, when President Bill Clinton’s approval rating stood at 46 per cent, Republicans picked up 53 seats to recapture the House after it had been in Democratic hands for most of the previous 40 years.
The next three months will provide a clear answer as to whether Barry Soetoro’s teleprompter reading days are over, or if there is to be a dramatic sting in the tail that will preserve Obama’s political capital for just enough longer to give him a shot at staying in the White House for another term.

Friday, August 6, 2010

JONAH LEHRER: "I wasn't cut out for the scientific process"

Jonah Lehrer Explains How Being a Journalist rose out of his Lack of Discipline in Scientific and Logical Thinking
Psychology Today
By Jay Dixit on July 21, 2009

Psychology Today: How did you become a journalist?

Jonah Lehrer: I was working as a technician in a neuroscience lab, Eric Kandel's. And it slowly dawned on me that I [am] a terrible scientist. The post-doc I worked for, who remains one of my closest friends, used to always joke—although he really wasn't joking—that I excelled at experimental failure, that I found new ways of making experiments not work. You know, mixing up buffers in every PCR I did. In every Northern, Western, Southern, every kind of experiment, I found new and innovative ways to make stupid mistakes.

As much as I loved the ideas of science, I slowly realized I didn't have the discipline, cast of mind, the ability to take very big questions and break them down into testable, empirical chunks.


So I slowly realized that as much as I loved hanging out with scientists, talking in acronyms, the ideas and theories of science, I wasn't cut out for the scientific process. So that's when I started thinking about how can I write about this?


A response to Jonah's 'Article'

Which section of the brain anatomy is responsible for the flaw that causes some relatively intelligent individuals to imagine that every other person is of inferior intelligence? Is it in the general area of the brain that makes some imagine they can accurately mass diagnose not only mental aberration but actual pathology based upon cursory reviews of unproven theory bolstered by an incredible megalomania brought on by an overinflated opinion of their own intellectual capacity?

As you are aware, individuals with superior intelligence usually find it quite easy gauge other inferior intellects. As this level approaches their own it becomes much more difficult. Unfortunately in your case although you have a substantial intellect it is by no means particularly impressive. You are quite young and as such your arrogance is
is magnified by youthful exuberance. Pico della Mirandola syndrome.

Although it is entertaining to follow your escapades you would do well to temper your intellectual arrogance as I can certainly assure you that there are others in this world much more intelligent than you.

You could use a little work on your rhetoric. The religion of psychology similar to other religious beliefs such as those espoused by Galton and Darwin, which ultimately drive these sort of debates over the promotion of national socialism and the science state, are merely an aberration of intellectual mediocrity.

To deny that capital is partnership with government and uses science to pursue their dream of ultimate power is disingenuous. To attack an individual such as Alex Jones in the manner you have is similar to theorizing and speculating about conducting war compared to the reality of pursuing it on the front lines. I am certain that in spite of your hubris, you would not be anyone’s first pick as a brother in the trenches. This is a fundamental weakness in the governance of your intellectual capacity which although slightly superior than average is still very minor league.

The haughty demeanor you have adopted is nauseating to all honest men of lesser and far greater intelligence than you posses. The intellectual peacock who spreads his tail feathers in the hope that the eagle will take note and approve. Your entire IQ is merely a snack compared to the true banquet enjoyed by genuine intellects, and all of the fancy certificates you can gather will never alter this state of affairs. You are an excellent candidate for “smart pills” but sadly even a 20% improvement in capacity would still leave you well short of the major leagues.

Your true insecurity is very much on display for those who can see it. Indulging in intellectual punksterism will not save you from that growing sense of inadequacy and fear of losing your edge, youth and ultimately your grip on the fantasy that you are intellectually significant."
Posted by: swatch | 08/5/10 | 1:18 pm

Thursday, August 5, 2010



( Trace amounts of lithium in drinking water may reduce a population's suicide rates, according to an analysis conducted by researchers from the universities of Oita and Hiroshima, Japan, and published in the British Journal of Psychiatry.

But mental health advocates warned against adopting plans to add the element to public drinking water supplies, as in controversial water fluoridation programs.

Lithium is a naturally occurring element that has long been used for the treatment of bipolar disorder. Unlike conventional antidepressants, lithium stabilizes moods at both extremes of the spectrum -- depression and mania. Research conducted on data collected in the 1980s has previously suggested that communities with higher concentrations of lithium in their tap water might have lower suicide rates than communities with lower levels.

To follow up on this research, scientists measured the levels of lithium in the drinking water of 18 different municipalities in the Japanese prefecture of Oita, finding concentrations ranging from 0.7 to 59 micrograms per liter. They then compared these numbers with the suicide rates in each community.

The researchers found that suicide rates were lowest in municipalities with the highest concentrations of lithium in the water.

"Our study suggests that very low levels of lithium in drinking water can lower the risk of suicide," the researchers wrote. "Very low levels may possess an antisuicidal effect."

Sophie Corlett of the mental health nonprofit Mind greeted the findings with caution.

"We already know that lithium can act as a powerful mood stabilizer for people with bipolar disorder, and treating people with lithium is also associated with lower suicide rates," she said. "However, lithium also has significant and an unpleasant side effects in higher doses, and can be toxic. Any suggestion that it should be added, even in tiny amounts, to drinking water should be treated with caution and researched very thoroughly."

There is a very small difference between a clinical and a toxic dose of lithium.

Sources for this story include:;

By David Gutierrez,

ALEX VS JONAH: The Psychology of Conspiracy Denial

-Jonah Lehrer

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, August 5, 2010

Wired Magazine writer Jonah Lehrer claims his critics are engaging in “cognitive dissonance,” by expressing concern about experimental vaccines, which in fact is the perfect description for Lehrer’s own behavior.

Wired Magazine writer Jonah Lehrer attempts to offset the overwhelmingly critical response to his attack on Alex Jones by characterizing skepticism of authority in the context of vaccines and mass medication as a psychological dysfunction, despite the fact that the history of government-funded medical research in the
United States is replete with examples of scientific abuse against unwitting victims.

Lehrer fires another salvo in the controversy surrounding brain-altering vaccines that eliminate stress and induce artificial states of “focused calm” by portraying those who are concerned about the potential abuse of such treatments as paranoid cult members who believe in space aliens coming to rescue them from an imminent apocalypse.

Unable to properly address Alex Jones’ video journal about the dangers of mind-altering vaccines point by point, Lehrer resorts instead to retelling a completely unrelated story from the 1950′s about a woman in Minneapolis who thought a giant spaceship would rescue her from the end of the world.

According to Lehrer, people who are concerned about fluoridated drinking water and the New World Order, in other words, anyone who expresses consternation about what they are putting in their own body or what powerful people are planning to do with the planet, are mentally disturbed cult members who are victims of cognitive dissonance.

Of course, Lehrer’s tactic of labeling of those who disagree with him in pointing out that there are very real proposals to mass medicate the water supply with lithium, in addition to the already prevalent neurotoxin sodium fluoride, with a psychological dysfunction, could just as easily be applied to Lehrer himself.

The acid test on who is engaging in cognitive dissonance and ‘doubling down’ on their beliefs even in light of conflicting evidence, be it Lehrer or the “conspiracy theorists,” has to come down to the basic facts.

It’s a fact that Lehrer’s own fellow Oxford luminary Julian Savulescu, in a 2008 white paper, called for populations to be mass-medicated through pharmacological ‘cognitive enhancements’ added to the water supply.

It’s a fact that Professor Allan Young of Vancouver’s Institute for Mental Health told the BBC that “Large-scale trials involving the addition of lithium to drinking water supplies may…be feasible,” following claims that lithium led to a reduction in the number of suicides in Japan and helped to alleviate “mood disorders”.

It’s a fact that Barack Obama’s top science czar John P. Holdren advocated in his own textbook Ecoscience that a “planetary regime” should employ a “global police force” to enforce totalitarian measures of population control, including forced abortions, mass sterilization programs conducted via the food and water supply.
These facts are not a product of some spurious Internet link found on Google, as Lehrer spins it, nor do they have anything to do with alien spaceships or the apocalypse, they were either written or said directly by the individuals themselves.

In Lehrer’s first article on the subject, he wrote that people who expressed concern about proposals to put lithium as well as sterilants in the water supply were trafficking in “idiotic conspiracy theories”.
Lehrer’s knee jerk denial of these manifestly provable facts that he derides as “idiotic conspiracy theories” is proof positive that it’s Lehrer himself, and not the conspiracy theorists, who is engaging in cognitive dissonance and “doubling down” on his beliefs even in light of conflicting evidence.
Lehrer’s behavior is a classic case of cognitive dissonance – when presented with the fact that proposals are in place to mass medicate the water supply, he continues to spin yarns about space aliens from the 50′s while defending his belief system with sophomoric name-calling and discredited stereotypes which attempt to label anyone who disagrees with him as mentally unstable.

Given the multi-decade documented history of the United States government using its own population as unwitting guinea pigs for the most abhorrent scientific experiments and trials, to deny that such plots could be hatched today is the height of cognitive disson

Wednesday, August 4, 2010





Dave H. Wells
The announcement was made Today, Aug 4, 2010: by The Giving Pledge, an effort officially launched by Gates and Buffett earlier this year to persuade the richest people in America to commit to giving the majority of their wealth to the philanthropic causes and charitable organizations of their choice, either during their lifetime or after their death. I struggle writing this piece, what possibly could be wrong with giving away half your net worth to charity?
What exact charity do these Billionaires have in mind is the question? The ‘philanthropic’ measures taken by these elites speak for themselves, in little known quotes but widely available for mass consumption. My concerns were subdued however, as I now understand the goal of these elites among elites.
They claim its peaceful philanthropic ideals must be a priority. But what philanthropic Ideas are they talking about? Well, Depopulation of course.

Pledge Letter Quotes:
(letters can be found in its entirety at The Giving Pledge)
David Rockefeller:

“Effective philanthropy also requires patience - patience to deal with unexpected obstacles; patience to wait for the first, slight stirrings of change; and patience to listen to the insights and ideas of others.
Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates share this belief and have challenged others to pledge half their assets to philanthropy during their lifetime or at their death. I am pleased to say this has long been my intent and my practice, and I am delighted to have been asked to participate in this important initiative. I hope that others will accept this challenge - and opportunity – and will join us in this worthwhile endeavor.”

Not so well known Quote from Mr. Rockefeller:
“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 is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.
  • Page 405 of Rockefeller's autobiography, "Memoirs", ISBN-13: 978-0812969733.

“For the two of us, because we see amazing progress every day, but also, how much more work remains, we’re honored to be a part of this pledge effort.
For example, to us, vaccines are miracles, tiny vessels of hope and promise. And the world has made progress in vaccinating millions of children. But there are still millions more who die of preventable diseases.
So we want to make sure lifesaving vaccines reach everyone who needs them, and that the world develops new vaccines.”

Not so well known quote by Bill Gates:

 "The world today has 6.8 billion people. That's heading up to about nine billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent!" [About 1 Billion People!]

see video of his Feb 2010 TED  speech here.

Ted Turner:

“I challenged my fellow billionaires to do more. I realized that many of them used their net worth as a way to keep score and they enjoyed seeing where they ranked on lists put out by magazines like Fortune and Forbes. Understanding how competitive most of these people were, I called on the media to start publishing lists of people who gave away the most. I figured that this would not only motivate people to try to get to the top of the philanthropy list, it could also shame some whose names didn’t show up. was the first to take up the list idea and other media outlets joined in later.
I remind myself of a conversation I had many years ago with Jacques Cousteau. I asked him if he ever got discouraged or worried that the problems he was working on were insurmountable. He looked at me and said, “Ted, it could be that these problems can’t be solved, but what can men of good conscience do but keep trying until the very end?”  At that moment, his very words inspired me to want to do even more.”  

Editor’s note
: Jacques Cousteau was one of the first to publicly advocate of the depopulation agenda:
Mr. Cousteau was quoted in 1991:
“In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.” - The UNESCO Courier in an interview with Jacque Cousteau in November 1991;
Jacques Cousteau

Not so well known quote from Mr. Turner:

In 2008, Turner received attention when he asserted on PBS's Charlie Rose television program that if steps are not taken to address global warming,
"Most of the people will have died and the rest of us will be cannibals." Turner also said he advocated Americans having no more than 2 children in the interview.
YouTube video here.

The monolithic hidden façade has been unveiled on these elites, they do indeed believe in control and power over the individual by means of psychological domination for gains beyond theirs, a complete and utter disregard for the individuals’ liberty and freedom, to live without power hungry illusionary restrictions on our ability to procreate, our ability to access freedom of information, our ability to maintain a good quality of life, our ability to chose not to be forcibly vaccinated, to live without fear, but we are far from ‘out of harm's way’, the plan to cull and re-educate the population has now just started.
I for one, no longer struggle writing the truth.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010



Establishment Media Pushes Brain Eating Vaccines swine flu vaccineScientific dictatorship wants lobotomized, subservient public

Paul Joseph Watson

Tuesday, August 3, 2010
The establishment media and the scientific dictatorship are promoting brain-eating vaccines that virtually lobotomize people and rewire their brains into a state of subservient compliance so that their natural instinct to get angry and rebel against the tyranny being imposed upon them is neutered and sterilized.

“Academics say they are close to developing the first vaccine for stress – a single jab that would help us relax without slowing down,” reports the Daily Mail.
Dr Robert Sapolsky, professor of neuroscience at Stanford University in California, says the vaccine is intended to impose a state of “focused calm” by altering brain chemistry.
The new research dovetails with proposals to add lithium to the water supply in order to treat “mood disorders”.

People globally are already being bombarded with sodium fluoride, a cancer causing neurotoxin, through the water supply, toothpaste, and many foods.
The first occurrence of fluoridated drinking water on Earth was found in Germany’s Nazi prison camps. The Gestapo had little concern about fluoride’s supposed effect on children’s teeth; their alleged reason for mass-medicating water with sodium fluoride was to sterilize humans and force the people in their concentration camps into calm submission.
Infowars is promoting a new viral Google search term in order to attract much needed attention to this grave issue.


We Are Change San Francisco confronts David de Rothschild on Climategate, sustainability agenda

Aaron Dykes
August 2, 2010

Members of We Are Change San Francisco caught up with David de Rothschild, heir to the notorious Rothschild family, and asked him some relevant questions.

Heir to a global system of manipulation, lies and enslavement for the average family, David de Rothschild has put his reputation on the line to push for climate change taxation. David de Rothschild shilled for the Copenhagen climate summit and stumped for his ‘earth saving’ plastiki boat that runs on human feces fuel. He has boldly advocated carbon taxes that his family’s carbon exchange firm would benefit directly from. He has even gone so far in the name of arguing for phony global warming as to claim that icecaps melt on Mars because the planet is closer to the Sun than Earth.

Now David de Rothschild is even taking on crowds and talking to ordinary people to redeem support for phony climate change legislation. At one moment in the video, he attempts to explain away the impact of Climategate in his presentation. Rothschild claims he appreciates the ‘skepticism’ of the public over global warming, but calls it a “futile debate,” arguing that other environmental factors still demand our action… and carbon policing laws.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010