Archive for August, 2013

In Case You Forgot the Plan

 General Wesley Clark: Wars Were Planned – Seven Countries In Five Years


The Summer recess is a very popular time to take the country to war.

Another Western war crime is in the making in Syria, which will result in an even greater destabilizing and ruthless regime filling the void (that is linked to Al-Qaida, a sworn enemy of the US, that we are consciously and purposefully aiding in a time of war – sounds like treason to me). If the House of Saud is successful at blackmailing Russia, by cutting loose Chechen rebels during the Winter Olympics, then the Western slaughter will be like cutting through butter. If Putin chooses oil and gas interest from its Iranian and Syrian partners over a trouble-free Olympics, then WWIII will get an early start.

Since energy is much more important to Russia’s future, I fully expect Putin to tell Prince Bandar bin Sultan and the U.S. to take a flying “nyet”. Afterall, the Munich massacre during the 1972 Games did little to hurt Germany. Since China’s energy interest are aligned with Russia, another Seven Years’ War could be on the horizon (and you know what followed?)

The policy of mass deception is in full swing once again, and it doesn’t matter if ignorant Americans are paying attention or not. The rest of the world knows the game, especially since so many have already been forced to play. Don’t be surprised and expect much sympathy from the rest of the world when the reserve currency and power crown is transferred over the next decade – the rest of the world has already been voting with their feet (as in vacating U.S. Treasury purchases).

On 9/11, I hope you care enough to withdrawal your consent from the most fraudulent govt to date, and that’s saying a lot.

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Sowing the Seeds of WWIII

Syria has warned of global chaos should the U.S. strike. Govt and their corporate partners often use war as the “solution” to their self-induced problems because the real solution would require them to admit they were wrong, lose money, or both.  If the Miley Cyrus and NSA mirrors of societal decay cannot distract the public from the govt-induced economic collapse, then war can always be relied upon to do the trick. Since the rule of law and Constitution are ignored almost as much as Martin Armstrong, why should we expect the required declaration of war from OUR REPRESENTATIVES?

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Now We Know Why Ballmer is Stepping Down at Microsoft

Last week it was announced that Steve Ballmer will step down in the next 12 months as the CEO of MSFT. The knee jerk reaction of the market says this was a good thing. The response of the marketplace to Windows 8 sends a totally different message. Unlike the govt, which can ignore public sentiment, tech companies like MSFT can’t piss off the public without suffering in the marketplace.


Hopefully, the latest disclosure by the Guardian will piss off consumers and cause them to withdrawal consent from MSFT, and the other NSA partners – Google, Yahoo, and Facebook.

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California small business owners were ordered to pay back millions in tax breaks.

“CBS Sacramento reports the state promised the tax breaks for opening certain  kinds of businesses five years ago, but a court ruled the practice  unconstitutional in December”

Socialist, and the others that think that govt is the answer, are quick to call business owners greedy. It’s govt that has a unquechable thirst for other people’s money, and they are the reason we will crash and burn by 2016, because they refuse to look at themselves as the source of the problem.

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Syrian False Flag

When at first you don’t succeed try, try again. Since the initial false flag in Syria could not rally enough support, it was apparently necessary to have a larger death toll to justify American involvement. I don’t know whether to laugh at the hubris required for such an in your face sales job, or cry because people actually believe our govt after Iraq and all the lies since. James Corbett provides some color on the events.

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A Dangerous Combo: Over-Confident & Stupid

From 2010 to 2012, the US’s world ranking in education fell from #14 to #17. At the same time the US has regained the #1 spot in confidence. Is there a better way to fulfill George Santayana’s warning than to breed a bunch of over-confident stupid people?

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” — George Santayana

If we do have an excuse for ignoring history, it is that our country is old enough to have forgotten our revolutionary history, but not old enough to have experienced the grip of tyranny. However, with all the information that now exist at our fingertips, is the loss of life really necessary in order to understand what happens when government obtains absolute power?

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the NSA’s surveillance network has the capacity to spy on 75 percent of all U.S. Internet traffic. You should also know that your govt can seize your laptop or any other digital device within 100 miles of the border without probable cause. If you live in Florida, this no-Constitution zone applies to your entire state. If you don’t already know it, the reason the govt is ignoring your 4th Amendment rights is not to check and see if you have contacts with terrorist, but to see if you have any hidden bank accounts.

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9/11/2013: If You Care, This Is The Start

9/11/2013: If You Care, This Is The Start

go F yourself NSA

I will support Karl on 9/11, and so should you. You should also consider our 5-Step Plan.


The Star Spangled Banner – move over Whitney

Crank the speakers –

I think Whitney Houston’s version has officially been de-throned.  Now if we can just direct the flood of patriotism in the right direction, instead of allowing it to be hijacked by self-interested and sociopathic politicians.

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NSA Whistleblower Thomas Drake speaks at National Press Club

This speech by Thomas Drake, which occurred two months before Edward Snowden’s first disclosure, should send chills down your spine. What’s almost as revealing is that it has not been widely disseminated. I wonder why?  If you don’t have time to listen to the entire speech, you can jump to the 49 min mark to get the heart of the message.

At a minimum, I hope Mr. Drake’s words will cause those that still cling to the Bush Doctrine or Obama’s Hope & Change to loosen their grip just enough to permit a little truth to slip in.

Thomas Andrews Drake is a former senior executive of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), a decorated United States Air Force and United States Navy veteran, and a whistleblower.

In 2010 the government alleged that Drake ‘mishandled’ documents, one of the few such Espionage Act cases in U.S. history. Drake’s defenders claim that he was instead being persecuted for challenging the Trailblazer Project. He is the 2011 recipient of the Ridenhour Prize for Truth-Telling and co-recipient of the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence award.

On June 9, 2011, all 10 original charges against him were dropped. Drake rejected several deals because he refused to “plea bargain with the truth”. He eventually pled to one misdemeanor count for exceeding authorized use of a computer.



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Wal-Mart Cuts Profit Outlook on Shopper Worries – Rates Rise Anyway – What’s Ahead For Markets?

Markets tanked when Wal-Mart, which represents 10 percent of non-automotive retail sales, announced it is having trouble squeezing more out of stagnant paychecks and SNAP cards, even though they are providing smaller sizes for the same price. I fully expect the govt to take credit for the coming decline in obesity, caused by the decline in purchasing power; in the same way they’re taking credit for the decline in CO2 emission due to the slower economy.

In our market-manipulated world, interest rates have been driven more by Fed policy and trust than actual economic data. Therefore, it should not be a surprise that interest rates spiked higher even on the poor retail sales data. Manipulators want you to believe the Fed will taper, which would reduce the demand for bonds and therefore drive yields up. The only problem with this story is the Fed can never stop buying bonds with printed money at this juncture without instantly detonating the economy, due to the inability of govt’s and corporations to roll their debt.

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