Thursday, 30 April 2009
TIME: How to deal with swine flu: heeding the mistakes of 1976
In February 1976, an outbreak of swine flu struck Fort Dix Army base in New Jersey, killing a 19-year-old private and infecting hundreds of soldiers. Concerned that the U.S. was on the verge of a devastating epidemic, President Gerald Ford ordered a nationwide vaccination program at a cost of $135 million (some $500 million in today's money). Within weeks, reports surfaced of people developing Guillain-Barré syndrome, a paralyzing nerve disease that can be caused by the vaccine. By April, more than 30 people had died of the condition. Facing protests, federal officials abruptly canceled the program on Dec. 16. The epidemic failed to materialize.
Medical historians and epidemiologists say there are many differences between the relatively benign 1976 outbreak and the current strain of swine flu that is spreading across the globe. But they also say the decisions made in the wake of the '76 outbreak — and the public's response to them — provide a cautionary tale for public health officials, who may soon have to consider whether to institute draconian measures to combat the disease. (See pictures of the swine flu outbreak in Mexico.)
"I think 1976 provides an example of how not to handle a flu outbreak, but what's interesting is that it made a good deal of sense at the time," says Hugh Pennington, an emeritus professor of virology at Britain's University of Aberdeen. Pennington points out that conventional wisdom in 1976 held that the 1918 flu pandemic — which started among soldiers and eventually killed as many as 40 million — was the result of swine flu (scientists now know it was in fact a strain of bird flu). Despite modern advances in microbiology, today's health officials still make decisions in a "cloud of uncertainty," Pennington says. "At the moment, our understanding of the current outbreak is similarly limited. For example, we don't yet understand why people are dying in Mexico but not elsewhere." (See pictures of bird flu.)
In a quickly evolving situation, deciding what public health orders to make becomes as much an art as a science, and can often stir debate. On Monday, for example, health officials in Europe advised citizens to cancel all nonessential trips to Mexico and the U.S. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that advisory was too severe. Such decisions, difficult enough to make on purely medical grounds, become even more complicated when they involve politics. In 1976, President Ford's vaccine program came during an election cycle, and some historians believe he was swayed as much by a desire to display strong leadership as by the advice of health experts. (Read "Swine Flu: 5 Things You Need to Know About the Outbreak.")
Howard Markel, director of the Center for the History of Medicine at the University of Michigan and a historical consultant to the CDC on flu pandemics, says the most vexing decision facing health officials is when to institute mass vaccination programs. Vaccines carry risks of complications, leading to agonizing ethical dilemmas. In 1976, Ford offered indemnity to the vaccine manufacturers. But according to reports, President George W. Bush decided in 2002 not to administer a nationwide smallpox vaccination program — despite Vice President Dick Cheney's belief that doing so was a prudent counterterrorism step — because it could have resulted in dozens of deaths (the smallpox vaccine kills between 1 and 2 people per million people inoculated).
Markel says the political climate in the U.S. is much less combustible today than in the post-Watergate era, when Ford faced a skeptical public. Even so, he says, citizens still need to trust that the government is working for the greater good. He says, "The good news is that our surveillance, methodology and public health professionals have never been better. But we are human and mistakes may be made — as happened with the 1976 swine flu affair — and we may jump the gun in the hope of preserving life. The current outbreak is a situation in flux. The American public has to be forgiving and patient and do [their] part too."
No. Now may I suggest next week's TIME new world order-approved message:
"How to deal with patriots: heeding the mistakes of 1776". I'd like to read that article, actually.
Wednesday, 29 April 2009
Russia Today: Peter Lavelle - The great paradigm shift
Over the past week, the makings of the new world order crossed paths with the dying ancien regime. The G20 gave us a glimpse of what is coming into being - a truly multilateral global order - and NATO demonstrated on its 60th anniversary that is no longer up to the job of ensuring global security. The world as we have known it is coming to an end before our very eyes - and this is for the better.
The G20 meeting was a micromanaged success. Participants wisely signed up to a number of initial compromises to deal with the global financial crisis. Much more needs to be done, but there is at growing awareness that the financial order called the "Washington consensus" has run its course.
The liberal Anglo-Saxon economic philosophy that has ruled the world for over 60 years is slowly, but very surely being put to rest. In London, the Americans and the British fought to keep government and international regulation of financial markets off the agenda. They failed. The writing is on the wall - unfettered Western-style capitalism is on the wane. The real winners in London were China, what is called "Old Europe," and actually most of the world.
Government fiscal injections - and in the case of the U.S. simply printing money - is not the best way out of the slump. The world doesn't really need financial stimulus packages; it needs a major overhaul of how financial markets are run. This means the reckless, irresponsible and greedy bankers and financiers should no longer be able to call the shots.
We will see the start of a process that will finally democratise the international financial system, which of course will benefit the many over the traditional few in the West. Expect to see the interests and demands of the BRIC countries and others to play stronger leadership roles on the international stage. This process won't happen overnight, but it has started and there is no turning back.
Two other issues that came out of the final G20 communiqué are noteworthy, but largely misunderstood or purposely underplayed: individual countries' nationalisation of their banking sectors and a real attempt to start and manage globalisation.
Currently, nationalising banks may be one of the pillars of casting the new world financial and economic order. For some, this is a radical step and a sign of embracing "socialism."
Well, old Cold War taboos like this do not belong in the present or the future. Privately owned and outrageously de-regulated banking got us all in this mess and for a certain interval individual states and international bodies should oversee how our money is used (to make sure it is not abused) and invested. How long is a "certain interval?"
This is unclear at this point. However, until there are assurances the irresponsibility and the greed of the few have been mandated out of this banking process, and states and internationally transparent bodies should be given a wide berth to run the global financial system.
The global financial crisis has also - albeit unexpectedly - created an opening to manage globalisation. Under globalisation, states have lost control of exports, production, and labour.
This was because the financial system and its regulation were essentially privatised to serve the interests of the few. Once money flows are controlled and made more transparent, there is some hope that globalisation can be harnessed for the benefit of all; particularly the world's poorest and least able to protect themselves.
The current international security arrangement is on its last legs. NATO's 60th birthday was an embarrassment - the dust and growing mould of a dying alliance was easy to spot.
Alliance members, including U.S. President Barack Obama, made a big deal of inducting Albania and Croatia into NATO.
Hello! Reality check: how in the world can Albania and Croatia help fulfil NATO's greatest challenge of stabilising Afghanistan?
What does NATO stand for? There is no clear answer to this question. NATO countries supported Obama's "surge" agenda, but at the same time they wished the U.S. the best without signing up to their own troops to fight the cause. So much for the coalition of the willing.
NATO has grudgingly reengaged Russia after its very critical stance over the Georgia conflict. But it also understands that any positive movement in Afghanistan (and Pakistan) cannot happen without Russia's cooperation. Russia has its security interests when it comes to the post-Soviet space, but at the same time is in agreement that something has to be done to stabilise these two countries. NATO looks weak and without direction - since the end of the Cold War, NATO can't figure out what it wants to be.
NATO came into being in a different era with a very specific mission: defend Western Europe and the North Atlantic space against Soviet aggression. It achieved this goal. Since 1991, the alliance has rendered itself as unhelpful and basically useless. NATO should accept the paradigm shift and transform itself into something new and useful, which should include Russia as a real and trusted partner.
The era of using other people's money for profit is coming to a close. And the time of security for the few at the expense of others is almost over. These are the basics of the paradigm shift. Getting used to this won't be easy, but at the end of the day both will create a fairer world order.
If you read all that and didn't feel mad at least once, then you probably aren't human. It's a patronising diatribe from an elitist coward. Total bs, capitalism didn't cause the crisis, it's a classic problem-reaction-solution trick. Other than that it's just serving up Kool-Aid for the (Inter)national Socialists and their power fantasy of World Government.
Make no mistake, they are merciless wolves behind the sheep's clothing of communitarianism! They funded and supported some of the most savage regimes in history, and they have all options at their disposal in their quest for power and population reduction by 90+ per cent. They must, can, and will be stopped. Don't lie down in denial, now isn't the time for that; the hour is late.
Times - Pandemic alert raised to Level 5
The World Health Organisation tonight raised the pandemic alert level to five out of six after the continued spread of swine flu world wide.
Margaret Chan, the organisation's director-general, said tonight: "I have decided to raise the current level of influenza pandemic alert from phase 4 to phase 5.
What does Level 5 mean? It means that all emergency procedures for pandemic (ie martial law, quarantines, forced vaccinations) are encouraged to be implemented. In other words, martial law in America can be declared with this as justification at any point. I expressly stress America because disarming their free populace in my opinion has been one of the central points of the NWO agenda from the beginning. Such a declaration would classify as an emergency, and activate emergency US Presidential dictatorial power as defined by Bush's 2006 executive order.
I believe the key obstacle the NWO has to overcome is the 100 million gun owners of the United States. They want everyone disarmed, docile, dehumanised, like in China. Really it's only America and a handful of other countries that have large enough armed populations to present a real problem to those who would enslave us. They want martial law so they can set the DHS and the militarised police upon the gun owners. I think - and hope - this will fail, if it happens.
If they pull the trigger on martial law in America, I dread for the resulting blood in the streets as a free people are once again given the non-choice of submission or resistance. Some people, probably because of the TV, can't see this coming...maybe not this time of course, but in six months, or two years or five years, it will happen at some point. I commend all those who care for freedom and those who are showing courage in the face of unspeakable tyranny.
"May you live in interesting times" - Chinese proverb
BBC: 'Safe' climate means 'no to coal'
About three-quarters of the world's fossil fuel reserves must be left unused if society is to avoid dangerous climate change, scientists warn.
More than 100 nations support the goal of keeping temperature rise below 2C.
But the scientists say that without major curbs on fossil fuel use, 2C will probably be reached by 2050.
Writing in Nature, they say politicians should focus on limiting humanity's total output of CO2 rather than setting a "safe" level for annual emissions.
The UN climate process focuses on stabilising annual emissions at a level that would avoid major climate impacts...
Obama to regulate 'pollutant' CO2 [how is it a pollutant when plants breathe it and it's part of the life cycle?]
The US government is to regulate carbon dioxide emissions, having decided that it and five other greenhouse gases may endanger human health and well-being.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the move following a review of the scientific evidence.
The decision marks a major change from the Bush presidency, when the EPA argued it could not regulate CO2 because the gas was not a pollutant.
Developing countries have asked for the US to show leadership on climate. Many are not prepared to curtail their own emissions without firm indications that the US is willing to make significant reductions.
If you read all that MSM sludge, you can decide whether carbon dioxide - that you are breathing out right now - is a pollutant, or whether the above propaganda is a pollutant of the mind.
A Freemason's 33rd Degree Initiation
In the interests of space, I quote the really weird stuff here:
When my turn came I was ushered into the office and seated. The very first question I was asked was, "Of what religion are you?" Not long before this I would have answered with something like, "I believe the Ancient Mysteries, the 'Old Religion,' and I believe in reincarnation." However, without thinking at all about how to answer, I found myself saying, "I am a Christian."
After they sent me back out I sat down and thought about it. When the next man came out, I asked him, "Did they ask you if you are a Christian?" He said, "Yes, they did."
"What did you tell them?" I asked, and he replied, "I told them 'Hell no, and I never intend to be!'"
Then he said a strange thing to me, "They said I'm going higher," and he left through a different door, looking pleased.
One of the Conductors then handed the "candidate" a human skull, upside down, with wine in it. "May this wine I now drink become a deadly poison to me, as the Hemlock juice drunk by Socrates, should I ever knowingly or willfully violate the same" (the oath).
There were some extremely prominent men there that day, including a Scandinavian King, two former presidents of the United States, an internationally prominent evangelist, two other internationally prominent clergymen, and a very high official of the federal government, the one who actually presented me with the certificate of the 33rd Degree.
Dressed in long, black, hooded robes, we marched in, single file, with only our faces partly showing, and took our seats.
There was something very tomb-like about the setting. The silence was broken only by the organ, playing mournfully in the background, and there was no light except for the little that came through the windows. After the opening prayer (from which the name of Jesus Christ was conspicuously excluded), I stood and opened the service.
As I had done so many times before, I said, "We meet this day to commemorate the death of our 'Most Wise and Perfect Master,' not as inspired or divine, for this is not for us to decide, but as at least the greatest of the apostles of mankind."
As I spoke these words that I had spoken so many times before, I had a strange and powerful experience. It was as if I were standing apart, listening to myself as I spoke, and the words echoed deep within me, shouting their significance. They were the same words I had spoken so many times before, but had meaning for me now. They made me sick, literally ill, and I stopped.
The realization of what I had just said grew within me like the rising of a crescendo. I had just called Jesus an "apostle of mankind" who was neither inspired nor divine! There was a silent pause that seemed to last a very long time as I struggled with a sick smothering within.
After this we took our places at the table shaped like a cross and sat down. The setting was dark, our long, sweeping robes were solid black, our faces nearly concealed in the hoods, and the mood was one of heavy gloom. The Christ-less prayers and the hymns we sang fit right in. The one word that would describe the entire event would be "black." It was, indeed, a Black Communion - a strange Black Mass.
Then I asked the officers to extinguish the candles in the large Menorah. One by one they rose, walked to the center of the room, extinguished a selected candle and left the room.
Finally, with only the center candle still burning, I arose, walked sadly to the Menorah and extinguished the last candle - the candle representing the life of Jesus, our "Most Wise and Perfect Master." We had dramatized and commemorated the snuffing out of the life of Jesus, without once mentioning his name, and the scene ended with the room in deep silent darkness. I walked out of the room, leaving only the darkness and the stillness of death.
Tuesday, 28 April 2009
(Ordo ab Chao = Order out of Chaos)
Anyway, the outbreak seems to be going well. Foreigners are leaving Mexico, taking the virus with them; the border with America is wide open; and to cap it all off, the company responsible for creating a vaccine for the flu (which I personally won't be taking no matter how bad it gets) is Baxter! If you don't know why that's a problem, you should take a look here.
The WHO is, according to Press TV, going to level 5 (yesterday it upgraded to level 4), which would implement all emergency procedures for a full scale pandemic.
FEMA have been doing flu drills recently, if it's of any significance.
For some detailed, informed analysis on the swine flu outbreak, look no further than Steve Quayle on Monday's Alex Jones Show. Some hardcore dot connecting right there.
My 2c on this - not sure it's the pandemic, it doesn't seem lethal enough, but it's early in the day for this outbreak. Looks like another warm-up for the real thing, but I could be wrong of course. Either that or it's an attempt at setting off a global pandemic that hasn't worked yet.
Don't doubt for a second that a mass pandemic is what the elites want. Then again, if you're awake, and you understand what I mean when I use the word awake, you'll already know.
If not, I recommend Endgame. It's very relevant right now.
Monday, 27 April 2009
His property was raided by the secret service of all people in 1990 (see here.) Why would they do that, hmm? Also, just see for yourself some of the events depicted in the card game and decide whether they are relevant to the last ten years. Or possibly the next ten years for that matter. Or, as in the case of 'epidemic', we might even be witnessing the start of a flu pandemic right now in Mexico.
The game, as it is described by its maker, is a "tongue in cheek" satire of conspiracies. However, especially given the secret service's intrest in Jackson (as well as the obvious ingame references to terror attacks, chemtrails, pandemics and population reduction) you can't help but wonder how much he knew back in the 90s...the SJ story sounds like some Hollywood plot, but it's very real!
Read a more detailed analysis of what is written on some of the game's cards here - hard to deny there is more than just coincidence to this. Uncanny.
It should be noted that I am not too concerned with the whole UFO thing (as shown in the video above), just because it's all too convenient, and because a staged alien event (like what is allegedly planned in Operation Bluebeam) plays into the hands of the globalists, so we might willingly unite as a planet against a common enemy, whether real or imagined.
Anyway, common sense dictates that it is very unlikely to be a coincidence that Jackson's game contained events similar to 9/11, for example, but six years before. Interesting stuff.
Sunday, 26 April 2009
Telegraph - David Cameron to crack down on public sector pay
In the speech he named several public-sector employees who he indicated are overpaid. Ed Richards, the chief executive of Ofcom earns £400,000 and British Waterways Board bosses Robin Evans, Nigel Johnson, James Froomberg and Phillip Ridal, have combined salaries of £900,000 - enough to employ 30 nurses.
He said a Conservative Government will "out" quangocrats and mandarins who have been "getting rich at the taxpayer's expense" by publishing details of all public sector salaries over £150,000.
Mr Cameron said that means-tested tax credits for people earning over £50,000 would be scrapped to save taxpayers' money.
"It is not easy, or popular, for governments to take money away from people," the Conservative leader said. "With a Conservative government, tax credits will be there to help make society fairer, not the state bigger.
"And we must apply the same discipline throughout government. That means making sure that public sector pay and pensions reflect the realities of the economic situation.
"Let me make it clear to everyone who works in the public sector: we will honour existing pay deals, including any three year pay deals. But many of them end next year.
"And this is the deal we'll be offering you then: We will help you by getting rid of the central direction and bureaucracy that undermines your professional autonomy and morale. And in exchange we will ask for your help in solving Labour's Debt Crisis by keeping the cost of public sector pay only as high as the country can responsibly afford."
The Conservative leader also indicated that the Conservatives may freeze public spending in future. He has previously only said that the party would undercut Labour's spending plans.
"We said they [Labour] should reduce their spending plans back in 2008," he said. "And now we're saying they should abandon their irresponsible plan to spend more in 2010. Controlling public spending and delivering more for less must start right now.
"We've made it clear that a Conservative government would spend less than Labour. We're not frightened of their idiotic ritual chants about 'cuts'. Everybody knows that Labour's debt crisis means public spending cuts. And instead of putting them off, Labour should be making them today."
Philip Hammond, a shadow Treasury minister, indicated that a Conservative Government would seek to reintroduce Gordon Brown's "golden rule" – to keep Government borrowing below 40 percent of national economic output. Under Labour's plans, borrowing is forecast to rise to 79 percent of output and is not forecast to fall below the 40 percent level until 2032.
Mr Cameron called for a "massive culture change at every level of government". He said he wanted to replace "Labour's spendaholic government with a new government of thrift."
"With a Conservative government, if ministers want to impress the boss, they'll have to make their budgets smaller, not bigger," he said. "On my watch it will be simple: if you do more for less you get promoted. If you do less for more, you get sacked.
"If we'd had this approach over the last twelve years, I don't suppose there'd be a single Labour minister left."
The Conservative leader also warned that he was likely to have to increase taxes to pay-off soaring levels of Government debt.
"Fifteen years ago, I was in the Treasury as we had to deal with public finances that had got out of control; debt that had got too high," he said. "We had to put up taxes, and I hate it. But it was the right thing to do and that lesson has stayed with me. That's why I'm a fiscal conservative."
The tone is familiar. Here are these great well-meaning people going up against the establishment...only problem is that, like the Obama phenomenon, the very people expected to fight the establishment are owned by the establishment! I would recommend voting outside of the big three parties, don't let the "BNP are going to get in" fearmongering keep you voting Labour or whoever - it's a ploy to discredit those who vote for smaller parties.
I Killed the Bank
When asked what his greatest accomplishment had been during his two terms as President, Andrew Jackson replied "I killed the Bank." He was talking about the "Second Bank of the United States", which was our country's second central bank.
So, why was Jackson so passionate about terminating the central bank? And why did he believe that central banks were so insidious? And why should you care?
A couple of reasons you might be interested to know about what motivated Jackson:
Though Jackson ended the central bank, it was re-created in 1913 under a new innocuous-sounding name "The Federal Reserve", which is still with us today.
Also, it's interesting to note that Andrew Jackson's populist message relating to banking helped to launch the Democratic party...
At the end of the article there is a poll:
Should we end the Federal Reserve?
Yes - 94% (455)
No - 3% (17)
Other - 1% (9)
There's 'hope' yet for the cult of Socialists!
Boston Top News Examiner article attacking David Icke and Infowars
I'd better get it out of the way that I do not agree with everything stated by David Icke; I'm not particularly concerned by the possibility that the global elite are reptillians and I don't believe in the New Age/spiritual stuff. But hey, to each his own.
There exists, in my view, a false smear that Icke is an anti-Semite, or that he is a neo-Nazi. The best place to start with this is the infamous Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. This, for the uninitiated, is a text from the late 1800s supposedly detailing a Jewish elite's plan for world conquest.
The Protocols have been said to be a forgery, and a hoax. In a sense this is correct. However, if you read what is in the Protocols, it does bear semblance to real-world events that followed during the 20th Century, and which are continuing: the push for world economic and ultimately military dictatorship is very real. Does this mean that the Protocols were right all along? No.
There does exist a global elite. Some say they are Jewish - personally I disagree. The history of the house of Rothschild, for example, is one of a Jewish connection, support for Zionism, and financial control. Are the three things related? Not necessarily. The concept of the 'elite Jewish bankers' outlined by many including Hitler is not essentially true - as Icke said, they don't give a damn about ordinary Jews, as it is clear that Hitler was funded by big money from the Anglosphere.
I don't personally believe that the globalist conspiracy is a Jewish one...just the example of 'them' funding Hitler above is fairly damning to that claim. As I have said before, if there is a religious ideology driving their work, it is Satanism (evidence for this coming from Bohemian Grove among other things...doesn't look very Jewish to me...)
So, if the elite aren't Jewish, why is Icke saying they are? The answer is that this is another thing myself and Icke would disagree on. It is indisputable that large numbers of Zionists (distinguishing Zionist from Jew at this point) are connected to the power elite, whether via AIPAC, or big banks, or the Israeli Government.
"We the Jewish people control America" - Ariel Sharon
The Israeli influence on America is obvious, clear and uncontestable. The unconditional support from the US for a racist state that has done little but ethnically cleanse (^) since its inception, is in my opinion shameful. This leads some to decide that Israel is the pinnacle of global power today, and thus that the globalist One World Government/New World Order conspiracy is Jewish or Zionist in nature. With this I do not agree - it's over-simplistic.
So I believe that the Protocols, or the texts from which the Protocols were apparently copied, are genuine in a sense. They outline the structure of the global conspiracy quite well. But they make it look as if the eternal Jew is responsible for it all, which looks like classic divide and conquer to me. The elites can then hide behind Judaism and Israel, and make it look as if 'the Jews' are to blame for their actions.
The ADL have to be mentioned here too. They smear anything anti-New World Order as being anti-Semitic; it's what they do, they are a hate group. They were also involved in writing the recent MIAC report calling libertarians terrorists. They cite the Protocols as an example of why anti NWO people are Jew haters.
This is another reason why the Protocols were most likely a fraud to label the globalist agenda as being Jewish, so that anyone who recognised and opposed it could easily be painted an anti-Semite. Ironically, the ADL does everything they can to encourage anti-Semitism by these actions, but I think people shouldn't take the bait.
So, after explaining the background to what I would call a vicious smear, is Icke a neo-Nazi? Let's take a look, shall we...
- Does he believe in racial supremacy and racial ideology? No.
- Does he believe the world Jewry is a plague on the Earth? No, he merely said once that the elite of the planet are Jewish. Not something I agree with but hardly neo-Nazi. Also, his main claim about the elites is that they are reptillians from another dimension; I hadn't heard he had said they were Jewish before until this was pointed out. The two hardly go hand in hand.
- Does he say the Holocaust never happened or that it was justified, or that it should be repeated? No.
- Does he have an admiration for Adolf Hitler? No.
- Does he endorse eugenics? No, he opposes the eugenics/Nazi-related global elite.
- Does he support a fascist political agenda? No, he opposes the NWO's fascist political agenda.
Seig Icke! Or not.
ADL smear on Icke:
Icke, David. Added 9/30/01.
In an essay on his Web site titled "Alice in Wonderland and the WTC disaster," conspiracy theorist and anti-Semite David Icke writes, "If you are looking for the force behind the U.S. atrocities, just ask: who benefits?" According to Icke, the September 11 attacks were the doing of the Illuminati, "the force that seeks to control this world and introduce its global fascist state." Although the world was moving towards global centralized fascism, Icke writes, it was not moving fast enough to suit the elites, who saw opposition to their globalization plans growing. As a result, they planned something of "enormous magnitude" that would "so devastate the collective human mind" that "solutions" could be offered that "would advance the agenda in a colossal leap almost overnight." According to Icke, Osama Bin Laden, though "deeply misguided," is no more responsible for the attacks than Icke was. He was the equivalent of Lee Harvey Oswald, a convenient villain upon which the crime could be blamed.
'Cause all that sounds sooo anti-Semitic! And the Illuminati are not necessarily Jewish either, just to clear that up. They are allegedly a satanic cult as much as anything else. Some claim they are Jewish, personally again I don't agree. Ordinary Jewish people wouldn't endorse their crimes or their strange rituals as displayed at the Grove. Some do have Jewish blood relations, some are ostensibly Jews/Zionists, but again the broad-brush generalisation only plays into their hands.
And on that note,
Jews Against Zionism
Jews sans frontieres
The good Jews, and there are plenty of them, are taking back their faith from being used as a shield by the globalists. The ADL would probably call them vehement anti-Semites.
Finally, the link in the smear between Icke and Alex Jones is unfair. The two have not got along at all until recently - Icke isn't a regular writer for Infowars and Jones notably described Icke as a "turd in the punch bowl" a few years ago for his alleged mixing of credible and not-so-credible information.
Jones (and his Jewish wife) have been accused of being secret Zionists who lead those in the Freedom Movement astray from the 'truth' that the Jews are behind it all. If you really want to call someone in Concpiracy Land a neo-Nazi, I would suggest you start with Prothink.org (real pro-fascist neo-Nazis) before slandering Icke or Infowars.
The Freedom Movement never is, was, or will be about race; the philosophy of liberty views people as sovereign individuals, not parts of a collective of any kind - so how can a race or any other simplistic group type be declared evil? Liberty is the antithesis of collectivism, racism, fascism, tyranny and all of the problems we experience in our society today. As I have written before, the flawed left wing/right wing philosophy has to be abandoned so that people can rediscover the idea of liberty, in the spirit of the American Founding Fathers, John Locke, and others.
Icke wants to break the psychological enslavement of the left-right paradigm, so does Jones, and millions of people who are waking up to global tyranny that can and will be defeated. Not a victory for neo-Nazism, rather a defeat for that and a victory for liberty!
Saturday, 25 April 2009
US Patent #5,676,977
What is claimed is:
1. A method of treating AIDS-afflicted humans comprising injecting a multitude of tetrasilver tetroxide molecular crystals into the bloodstream of the human subject.
2. A method for increasing white blood cell counts in AIDS-afflicted humans comprising injecting a multitude of tetrasilver tetroxide molecular crystals into the bloodstream of the human subject.
3. Methods of treating AIDS-affilicted humans according to claims 1-2 where the concentration of said molecular crystals is approximately 40 PPM of the total blood weight of the human subject.
Read more on the patent, particularly the examples! Is a cure being supressed for one of the depopulationists' favourite diseases? I googled "aids cure tetrasilver tetroxide molecular crystals" but mostly it seems to be pages detailing the patent, and people like me wondering whether it works.
Strike that, a doctor called Boyd Graves (boydgraves.com) is an advocate for full-scale trials of tetrasil (the cure detailed above). I guess Big Pharma is responsible for keeping this supressed. What a cause! Imagine all the do-goody types who dream of a cure for AIDS, yet it might well already exist! Insane, yet it serves to remind us about the evil of the global elite.
(And the relevance of the picture...the dirty secret is that AIDS might have been manmade, and certainly is used as a bioweapon...)
Update: Another thing to consider is this paper, "Reporting Inactivation of AIDS Virus by Electric Current". Interesting.
Friday, 24 April 2009
Infowars - Al Qaeda chief in Iraq: Captured, Killed, Never Existed, Now Captured Again
You couldn’t make it up if you tried. AFP today reports that Al-Qaeda chief in Iraq, Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, has been captured and arrested. The problem with this is that al-Baghdadi has already been reported captured, previously reported killed and even said to have never actually existed by the U.S. military.
“Abu Omar al-Baghdadi was arrested today in Baghdad,” Baghdad security spokesman Major General Qasim Atta told AFP.
“It was Iraqi forces who arrested him based on an intelligence tipoff from someone,” he added.
Also known as Abu Hamza al-Baghdadi and Abu Abdullah al-Rashid al-Baghdadi, many questions have surrounded the so called leader of al Qaeda’s political front organization the “Islamic State of Iraq”.
He was thought to have been one of the figures to succeed the equally shadowy Abu Musab al-Zarqawi as a leader of insurgent forces in Iraq in 2006, after al Zarqawi, who was also previously reported captured and killed on several occasions, was laid to rest for good by the PR arm of the Pentagon.
The announcement of al-Baghdadi’s capture today jars with multiple previous reports from up to two years ago, detailing his arrest, his death and even questioning his existence altogether.
In March 2007, the Interior Ministry of Iraq claimed that al-Baghdadi had been captured in Baghdad. This was reported by AP and picked up by the likes of CNN, whose report stated that another insurgent had positively confirmed al-Baghdadi’s identity.
The U.S. military denied that al-Baghdadi was in their custody, however, and one day later Iraqi officials retracted their statements regarding his arrest.
Indeed this back and forth announcement of capture and later retraction occurred three times in the space of one week.
Then one month later, on May 3, 2007, the Iraqi Interior Ministry announced that al-Baghdadi had been killed by American and Iraqi forces north of Baghdad.
However, in July 2007, the U.S. military reported that al-Baghdadi had never actually existed and was, for all intents and purposes, a myth.
A reportedly high ranking “Al Qaeda in Iraq” detainee identified as Khaled al-Mashhadani, then claimed that al-Baghdadi was a fictional character created to give an Iraqi face to a foreign-run terror group, and that the “Islamic State of Iraq” was a “virtual organisation in cyberspace” created by al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Ayub al Masri.
The person claiming to be Baghdadi continued to release video and audiotapes attacking U.S. occupation of Iraq, but refused to show his face.
The U.S. military’s claim that Baghdadi is a fictitious character was then challenged in May 2008 after a police chief in Haditha said Baghdadi’s real identity is Hamed Dawood Mohammed Khalil al Zawi. “He was an officer in the security services and was dismissed from the army because of his extremism,” the police chief told al Arabiya television.
Now Baghdadi has been reported captured again!
This saga is another example of how a manufactured smoke and mirrors propaganda veils reality. The “war on terror” mantra continues to be propagated as justification to wage permanent occupation and control over the middle east by the global elite.
Al Qaeda in Iraq, al Zarqawi, al Baghdadi and the legions of other al qaeda operatives who have been reportedly captured and killed over and over are used as interchangeable PR tools.
Are or were any of them ever real? Possibly. However that matters little now.
Once again 99% of the corporate media will no doubt enthusiastically champion this latest arrest as a key victory in the continuing war on terror, and the majority of Americans who even notice will not take a second glance at the ludicrous back story.
Press Association: Gurkhas to hear settlement ruling
Gurkha campaigners are due to find out if the Government has bowed to pressure to give veterans who left the Army before 1997 the automatic right to settle in the UK.
Immigration rules introduced in 2004 allowed serving Gurkhas with at least four years' service to settle in the UK.
But the rules do not apply to Gurkhas discharged from the British Army before July 1 1997.
Last year a High Court judge ruled that the policy excluding older veterans was unlawful and in need of urgent review.
The Government pledged to publish a new policy by December 2008 but the deadline passed without an announcement and in March campaigners returned to court to enforce the ruling.
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith is due to announce the new policy to the House of Commons while Gurkha veterans and campaigner-cum-actress Joanna Lumley watch from the public gallery.
But campaigners fear the new rules will still not give older Gurkhas the same rights as their younger counterparts.
Gurkhas who left the Army before 1997 are allowed to apply for the right to settle in this country but more than 2,000 former Gurkha soldiers have been refused permission.
Victoria Cross winner Tul Bahadur Pun, who is in his 80s, was only granted leave to stay in 2007 after a long campaign against a decision by officials to turn down his application.
The Gurkha brigade was formed following the partition of India in 1947 but Nepalese Gurkha soldiers have been part of the British Army for almost 200 years.
Thursday, 23 April 2009
Metro - Global warming? Cut down forests
It might seem a mad idea – but cutting down forests might actually help fight global warming, according to research.
Thousands of pine trees in Canada and northern Europe are actually adding to the problem by stopping the Sun's rays reaching reflective snow beneath them, scientists have found.
The discovery goes against the general assumption that planting trees will help combat climate change.
That theory is based on the fact trees reduce the amount of greenhouse gas carbon dioxide in the air by absorbing it and 'breathing out' oxygen.
This is what Karl Rove meant when he said "we create our own reality". No you don't! You, all of you, sell a giant illusion/delusion to the people! And some are so into it, so controlled by the TV, that they will simultaneously believe that cutting down trees will fight global warming, that planting trees will fight global warming, that hugging trees will fight global warming, even when global warming isn't happening!
Six Iraqis were asking the court to order an independent public inquiry into allegations that soldiers may have killed up to 20 captives held after a gun battle in southern Iraq in 2004.
They are putting medical evidence before the court which they say supports their contentions that captives were tortured, murdered and their bodies mutilated.
By publishing the legal advice that his predecessor used to justify the techniques, yet making it clear that he does not intend to press charges against those involved in the decision-making or the interrogations, he has left himself open to criticism from the right and the left.
Some of the strongest comments have come from his own supporters, who believe that the president can not simply wipe the slate clean; that his call for "reflection, not retribution", amounts to a whitewash.
There are plenty of voices calling for a full investigation, with charges being pressed against anyone found to have committed acts of torture in the name of the United States.
Wednesday, 22 April 2009
Mother Jones - "Tiniest of Baby Booms" a Monster
You can't miss it in today's news: US births break record, 40 percent out-of-wedlock. Frankly, my dear, who gives a s*** about the wedding bands. Though that's pretty much what all the moralizing is about.
No, what's stupefying is the fact that nowhere in this much-travelled article does anyone ever talk about the real impact of more babies being born in the US in 2007 than any other year in the nation's history.
So let's talk about it. And let's start with a really interesting study just published in the journal Global Environmental Change. A couple of statisticians at Oregon State U disengaged their mechanical pencils from their pocket protectors, clicked some fresh lead onto recycled paper (we hope) and came up with this bold analysis into that sacristy of human reproduction—to have or not to have:
A mother and father are each responsible for one half of the emissions of their offspring and 1/4 the emissions of their grandchildren and so on forever or thereabouts
Therefore, under current US conditions, each child adds 9,441 metric tons of CO2 to the carbon legacy of the average female
That's 5.7 times her lifetime emissions
Translation: one child costs nearly 6 times your own CO2 emissions
In the pessimistic scenario, each American child adds 12,730 metric tons to your carbon legacy
In comparison, under current Bangladeshi conditions, each child adds 56 metric tons of CO2 to the carbon legacy of the average female
The bottom line is that absolutely nothing else you can do—driving a more fuel efficient car, driving less, installing energy-efficient windows, replacing lightbulbs, replacing refrigerators, recycling—comes even close to simply not having that child. All those good things still add up to less than 500 metric tons of CO2 savings. Not having the kid saves between 10,000 and 13,000 metric tons of CO2.
So why are we still giving tax breaks for having kids? Why are we pretending that because they're cute they're harmless? Little monsters.
No, YOU are the monsters, 'environmentalist' eugenicists.
Overpopulation - Myth and Reality
WWF UK - Water Footprint
And it's worth noting that the UK is a relatively wet country, so much so that a lack of sunlight has been blamed for vitamin D deficiencies in Scotland. We don't have a water problem; there is no water scarcity in Britain except in the most extreme summer droughts. However, that hasn't stopped the climate nuts from holding the threat of water rationing over our heads.
There have been some terrible miscarriages of justice due to proceeds of crime legislation in other countries.
Whether Canada will do better remains to be seen.
To the surprise of at least one legal expert, the Supreme Court of Canada last week unanimously gave the provinces incredible powers to seize assets allegedly connected to crime.
For a country that has gained the reputation, whether deserved or not, of protecting the rights of the accused over the rights of victims, it's quite an about-face.
As one worried reader e-mailed the other day: "This is a terrifying development. If the police even suspect you of a crime, they can take all your stuff. They don't have to prove it."
Is he right? "Yes and no," says University of Manitoba law professor Michelle Gallant. The cops can take your car, for instance, if they think you're using it to sell drugs.
But the police have to persuade a judge that, on a balance of probabilities, the vehicle is connected to crime. And that's much easier to show than providing evidence beyond a reasonable doubt that someone is guilty of a crime.
In other words, if the police want your car, house, money or any other assets, they can get away with it without even arresting you as long as they convince a judge something doesn't smell right. No conviction necessary.
"It's kind of scary," says Gallant, an expert in proceeds of crime, who never thought Canada would embrace such wide-ranging legislation.
While the goal -- going after assets associated with crimes like drug trafficking -- is laudatory, it's an awful lot of leeway to give the government, she says.
This was a training op focusing on, of all people, Osama 'bogeyman' Bin Laden.
The irony is, despite all of this excellent training, NORAD still stood down on the day...oh dear, what an accident...
Well, their operators were thrown off the scent by different excercises going on during 9/11, focused on plane hijackings...at the same times...with the same targets...
9/11: Real World or Exercise?
And on this subject, it's important to remember the parallel drills running during the July 7 bombings too
From a Rense.com article
"I have not seen autism with the Amish," said Dr. Frank Noonan, a family practitioner in Lancaster County, Pa., who has treated thousands of Amish for a quarter-century. "You'll find all the other stuff, but we don't find the autism. We're right in the heart of Amish country and seeing none, and that's just the way it is."
Homefirst's medical director, Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, told us he is not aware of any cases of autism in never-vaccinated children; the national rate is 1 in 175, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "We have a fairly large practice," Eisenstein told us. "We have about 30,000 or 35,000 children that we've taken care of over the years, and I don't think we have a single case of autism in children delivered by us who never received vaccines. "We do have enough of a sample," Eisenstein said. "The numbers are too large to not see it. We would absolutely know. We're all family doctors. If I have a child with autism come in, there's no communication. It's frightening. You can't touch them. It's not something that anyone would miss."
The Grace Commission Report was presented to Congress in January 1984. The Report claimed that if its recommendations were followed, $424 billion could be saved in three years, rising to $1.9 trillion per year by the year 2000. It estimated that the national debt, without these reforms, would rise to $13 trillion by the year 2000, while with the reforms they projected it would rise to only $2.5 trillion. In reality, the debt reached $5.8 trillion in 2000.
The Report said that one-third of all income taxes is consumed by waste and inefficiency in the Federal Government, and another one-third escapes collection due to the underground economy. "With two-thirds of everyone's personal income taxes wasted or not collected, 100 percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal debt and by Federal Government contributions to transfer payments. In other words, all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services which taxpayers expect from their Government."
The Congress did not act on the recommendations.
But others are...
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
Called 'Planet Slayer', it helps kids learn about their environmental responsibility to die young enough so that they don't use more than their share of the planet. Good that children are becoming aware of true environMENTALism from a young age. Nothing like dying children to save the planet, right?
So, here's how it goes...I have a set amount of poisonous co2 deemed appropriate for me to spew into the atmosphere with my filthy lifestyle, including using a car, eating meat, or even just spending money. Once the calculator says I have used up my ration of carbon, it's time for me to die! After all, the safety of the planet depends on responsible obedient citizens like me...
What's that? Mr Rothschild over there has an unlimited carbon ration? Of course, that's because it's good people like him who raised environmental awareness! You on the other hand are a useless eater; do your bit for Mother Earth!
Take the test and find out when you need to die to save the planet. Also, note that the best thing you can do is to invest all your money in environmental businesses. Al Gore would be proud.
In a move with ominous implications for Constitutional rights in the United States, President Barack Obama announced on Thursday that his administration would not prosecute CIA employees or contractors who participated in the torturing of detainees in violation of the War Crimes Act of 1996. Saying now is “a time for reflection, not retribution,” the president declared it would be “unfair” to try and convict those who participated in the extraordinary rendition program created by the Bush administration and those who committed torture, because these actions had been sanctioned by legal memos prepared by President Bush’s Justice Department.
In the same prepared statement, President Obama said, “The United States is a nation of laws. My Administration will always act in accordance with those laws, and with an unshakeable commitment to our ideals.” But that promise flies in the face of the War Crimes Act of 1996, which the GOP-dominated Congress adopted, making it a federal crime to commit a “grave breach” of the Geneva Conventions, meaning the deliberate “killing, torture or inhuman treatment” of detainees. Even John Ashcroft, Bush’s first attorney general, said, “The War Crimes Act of 1996 makes violation of parts of the Geneva Convention a crime in the United States.” The U.S. Supreme Court, in its 2006 decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, affirmed that the War Crimes Act applied to detainees in the War on Terror.
Not only will the Obama administration not prosecute CIA workers, it will provide legal representation at no cost to them if called before international tribunals or congressional investigations. They also will be protected from having to pay any financial judgments.
In case you didn't get the subtle reference in the title, the 'just following orders' defence was used by the Nazis on trial at Nuremburg. Of course, it was found to be illegitimate as an excuse. But, if Obama and the CIA were running the trial, they'd all have been found innocent!
Monday, 20 April 2009
Getting back to the relatively slim, trim days of the 1970s would help to tackle climate change, researchers say.
The rising numbers of people who are overweight and obese in the UK means the nation uses 19% more food energy than 40 years ago, a study suggests.
That could equate to an extra 60 mega tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions a year, the team calculated.
Transport costs of a fatter population were also included in the International Journal of Epidemiology study.
I mean, how are we supposed to fit you into the cattle trains when you're all so fat?
More detail on this subject from a member of the Ayn Rand Institute:
Sunday, 19 April 2009
Nixon calls BG "the most faggy goddamned thing you could ever imagine":
David Gergen gets asked a few uncomfortable questions about the Grove:
For more info on the Bohemian Club see Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove
That's right, a former employee spoke out about the FSA ignoring problems in the markets...just for attention or something! Do you believe that?
Of course, the story uses the Hegelian Dialectic - either they 'couldn't have seen it coming', or 'they didn't regulate enough'. Thus it subtly conditions the reader that more regulation and 'oversight' is the solution. Bull.
(Image: The current estimates for the bailout costs are $12.8 Trillion, just short of the US GDP.)
More likely is the prospect that the FSA was part of the giant scam engulfing us all - the $1 Quadrilion-$1.4 Quadrillion Ponzi scheme called 'derivatives', and they knew fully what was happening; not only did they do nothing, but I'd bet individuals in the FSA were getting rich just like everyone else in the Square Mile, during the boom and now the bust.
Regulations are actually part of the fraud. For example, lending laws stipulating a ratio of equity to debt (fractional reserve), which essentially allow the banks to create money at will, lend it out, and have the nerve to demand interest on the worthless asset they created.
"The Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen they will create enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take it away from them, and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear and they ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world to live in." - Sir Josiah Stamp, President of the Bank of England in the 1920's.
Gold, silver and other commodities should be used as 'legal tender' currency, or paper/digital assets representing said commodities. As such, the power to determine what is and is not 'legal tender' must be held by governments and not by private banking institutions that masquerade as government, as should the power to issue money. The international central banking scam can and will be defeated again, as it has been before.
“He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future.” - Adolf Hitler
Maybe in ten years' time, these kids will be unleashed on the streets (as the 'youth corps') with M16s in their hands and fanaticism in their hearts, like a scene from a Third World nation. We can stop this now, before it happens!
Saturday, 18 April 2009
Friday, 17 April 2009
Look, it's not that I think people who expect a collapse of society are insane. Many people do so, and cite many different causes, for example some people in the survivalist/militia movement in America, who I respect and I think are rational. However, this obvious piece of globalist shilling takes a different angle.
Climate Change, and Peak Oil, are apparently about to destroy society, and, "Like the monks of Lindisfarne, we have to choose what is worthwhile at this great turning point in history - the mixed pieces of myriad broken traditional cultures and the novel and shining bits of unravelling industrial modernity. All of this will end in the dustbin of history. Our task is to choose which pieces will be useful. What is worth saving?"
In other words, everything about productive industrial society is collapsing, and we have to choose what can and can not survive into the future. And he should know that the "broken traditional cultures" were broken BY the very globalists who will lord over us in their World Government if they are allowed to succeed. That whole paragraph smacks of New Age bs to me.
Climate Change is far from being proven to be caused by human activity; actually, if the Solar cycle hypothesis is correct, we will see a reduction in the Earth's temperature and increases in sea ice in the coming years. As for Peak Oil, well...it will happen, but I really doubt it will be as soon as some have said. Actually some people said oil output has already peaked! Not so sure about that one. Here is a balanced article about Peak Oil.
The fascist 'green' mindset (it's not really environmental at all, just 'mental') is all about the productive, independent, sovereign citizenry being a plague on the Earth. Thus, as a solution, we must submit to central ownership of everything - including ourselves. We must reduce our population, because every new child is an environment destroying monster, and we must scrap all individual power; instead, turn off our lights for Earth Hour and celebrate our slavery.
Lenin might have called the anti-co2 environmentalists 'useful idiots'.
At the same time, I don't want to be too harsh on the Times blogger who wrote this; he's probably a Zeitgeist fan, since he does understand how the bankers create and control credit from nothing to get everyone into debt slavery. And hey, if the Zeitgeist cult wasn't so Marxist-environmentalist and therefore anti-liberty, he might have figured out how the establishment benefits from the environmental fear-mongering.
Thursday, 16 April 2009
Basically it complains that he's using Newspeak to describe the same foreign policy that Bush supported.
The only problem is it then goes on to remind us of how dangerous our enemies are, and implicitly tells us how wonderful it is that we're over there spreading the goodness of democracy and depleted uranium.
It's not that the Taliban are, oh, just wonderful people or something. It's not that Sharia law is right or that the opression in Muslim countries is right. In fact, it's not even that all of the premises for the neocon agenda are wrong. It's just one premise that never gets discussed but is fundamentally flawed: that individual nations can act as the police of the world. No, they can't, not in the past, not now, and not in the future. Nobody can police the whole world, for granting such a concentration of power to such a small group of people is the antithesis of liberty; this is why non-interventionist foreign policy is so important. Because no matter how well meaning your foreign invasions are, in the end you will be treated as an occupying force.
Just apply a little bit of empathy: what if America or Britain was invaded by (let's say for argument's sake) the Chinese? They brought with them democracy, so long as you voted for certain approved candidates; they built huge military installations flying the Red flag high above your homeland; they benefited from your natural resources and patrolled your streets daily. Happy with that? Of course you are...why are the Iraqis and Afghans resisting, right?
Ron Paul said something similar
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And You Tell Me There's No Suppressed Technology?
It's another of those 'conspiracy theories' that good citizens don't notice. Imagine the standard of living if all the secret technology was released to the public...we'd be "free and independent" as JFK said! No more poverty anywhere! Can you imagine being sick enough to withhold such technology from society just to maintain your position of control? (Bearing in mind that we don't know just how much technological capability is being withheld, because, duh, it's secret.) What did Nikola Tesla really develop?
Individual Liberty? But that's "selfish"!
No, we need to look after each other voluntarily without having a government do all that at gunpoint. Sounds absurd at first but soon you realise that the reason it sounds so is because of the very unfree nature of our current existence. Envision greater possibilities! Ok, some kind of massive wake-up would be needed before this kind of free, responsible, uncontrollable society could emerge. And that's what we are seeing day by day in the world - a massive waking up of the previously enslaved masses (including myself I must add!)