Archive for the ‘3f. The Money Powers and Global Fascism’ Category

David Icke – Visionary

June 19, 2009

David Icke on Healing the Matrix


David Icke on Alex Jones June 15, 2009

The NWO and Your True Destiny Revealed (Part 1 of 10)

Part Two


Project Camelot Interviews David Ick

Leuren Moret on Population Reduction

April 24, 2009

Leuren Moret describes how the use of Uranium endangers us all.

Interview with Leuren Moret about the Uranium Exposure

Information about how the power and money elites are planning a global genocide.

Interview with Leuren Moret about Population Reduction

Obama’s First 100 Days: Worse Than Even We Predicted

April 22, 2009

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As President Barack Obama approaches his first 100 days in office, the corporate media prepares a new round of fawning idolatry about the Obama administration’s “achievements,” yet a summary glance at what Obama has actually done in that short time with regard to expanding the Bush police state and the Neo-Con empire is worse than even we predicted.

The day after Barack Obama was elected the 44th President of the United States in November last year, we challenged Obama supporters and the administration itself to follow through on the rhetoric of “change” by starting to dismantle the architecture of the Bush police state and beginning to roll back the unwieldy morass of the American empire. Obama has done neither, and in fact his every action has been about ensuring the Bush police state remains in place, that the people who put it in place are protected from prosecution, and that the empire continues to expand.

Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, April 20, 2009

Washington Post Highlights Agenda For ‘Bank Of The World’

April 21, 2009

But if you talk about it, it’s still a conspiracy theory

Steve Watson
Monday, April 20, 2009

The Washington Post today carries a revealing article that highlights the ongoing agenda to forge a “new economic world order” with a vastly empowered IMF acting as a ‘bank of the world’.

Under the headline A Bigger, Bolder Role Is Imagined For the IMF
Changes Suggest Shift in How Global Economy Is Run, Anthony Faiola describes how the IMF is on course to be transformed into “a veritable United Nations for the global economy.”

Gerald Celente Violent Revolution

April 20, 2009

The Modern Art of Cluelessness

April 20, 2009

We need an international Declaration of Independence. We need a charter that says, “I will fight in no more wars for vampire corporations that have been dressed up in patriotism and duty”. “I will no longer buy useless crap that serves no useful purpose.” “I will no longer shop as an avocation.” “I will boycott the products of any country that practices genocide upon the people whose land they have stolen.” “I will no longer accept what my leaders and the media tell me and will assume they are lying every time they speak.” “I will not assume that another country is my enemy because corporations commanded our leaders and their media to proclaim it.”

Sat. April 4, 2009

Max Keiser on Banker’s Bonuses.

March 27, 2009

Max Keiser on France 24’s Face Off talking about Bankers Bonuses.

The discussion concludes with agreement that there should be a return to gold standard to avoid a repeat of counterfeiting operations of Central Banks.

Expanded Americorps has an Authoritarian feel

March 26, 2009

Your kids will be indoctrinated with more filth, a spy corps against you, with their own “family” in the CAMP…er campus. Grandma is going to be teaching brainwashing down at the after-school program for a couple extra meal vouchers, since she is retired and on SS (and starving).

Nice uniforms for a nice uniform society.

The Examiner

March 26, 2009

With almost no public attention, both chambers of Congress in the past week advanced an alarming expansion of the Americorps national service plan, with the number of federally funded community service job increasing from 75,000 to 250,000 at a cost of $5.7 billion. Lurking behind the feel-good rhetoric spouted by the measure’s advocates is a bill that on closer inspection reveals multiple provisions that together create a strong odor of creepy authoritarianism. The House passed the measure overwhelmingly, while only 14 senators had the sense and courage to vote against it on a key procedural motion. Every legislator who either voted for this bill or didn’t vote at all has some serious explaining to do.

Last summer, then-candidate Barack Obama threw civil liberties to the wind when he proposed “a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded” as the regular military. The expanded Americorps is not quite so disturbing, but a number of provisions in the bill raise serious concerns.

To begin with, the legislation threatens the voluntary nature of Americorps by calling for consideration of “a workable, fair, and reasonable mandatory service requirement for all able young people.” It anticipates the possibility of requiring “all individuals in the United States” to perform such service – including elementary school students. The bill also summons up unsettling memories of World War II-era paramilitary groups by saying the new program should “combine the best practices of civilian service with the best aspects of military service,” while establishing “campuses” that serve as “operational headquarters,” complete with “superintendents” and “uniforms” for all participants. It allows for the elimination of all age restrictions in order to involve Americans at all stages of life. And it calls for creation of “a permanent cadre” in a “National Community Civilian Corps.”

But that’s not all. The bill also calls for “youth engagement zones” in which “service learning” is “a mandatory part of the curriculum in all of the secondary schools served by the local educational agency.” This updated form of voluntary community service is also to be “integrated into the science, technology, engineering and mathematics curricula” at all levels of schooling. Sounds like a government curriculum for government approved “service learning,” which is nothing less than indoctrination. Now, ask yourself if congressmen who voted for this monstrosity had a clue what they were voting for. If not, they’re guilty of dereliction of duty. If yes, the implications are truly frightening.