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Thursday, June 26, 2008

The Wizard of Oswald, Chapter II: The Slow War Against the American Middle Class

The Wizard of Oswald, Chapter II: The Slow War Against the American Middle Class
Brandon Dean
Thus Always to Tyrants

Lee Harvey Oswald was an American hero. Not because he killed Kennedy, but because he didn't kill Kennedy... In the three days between the day he was arrested for the murders of Dallas Police officer J.D. Tippit and President John F. Kennedy, and the day he was murdered on live television, Oswald repeatedly proclaimed his innocence at any opportunity. He actually said "I'm just a patsy..."
Now, that's not too amazing or impressive, since any person fighting for their life might say anything to shift blame somewhere else. However, Oswald had a whole life we've never been told about, which is slowly unfolding as the years go by. It turns out, Oswald was cheating on his wife with a young scientist, who worked for the CIA attempting to discover a way to kill Fidel Castro with a cancer virus. She was intimidated into silence until the 90's, when she finally went public.
Two or three days before the assassination of JFK, the last time she ever talked to Oswald, he told his girlfriend that he couldn't get out of the assassination plot-even if he ran, they'd find him and kill him. But, if he stayed, and went through with the plan, there would be one less person firing at Kennedy... Oswald was actually trying to stop the assassination. He also stated there were a couple other agents on his side, who were also trying to stop it. Once he discovered that he wasn't able to stop it, Oswald decided to stick around and not fire at him. It seems he wasn't even in position to fire at Kennedy, though... He was obviously set up.

Oswald was a victim of the war against the middle class in America. He was a young, impressionable man, and he greatly aspired to be a secret agent. He was an ultra-nationalist, a true believer in the American Dream. He trusted those above him to guide his secret life for the betterment of the united States. He was betrayed...

...And so were the rest of us. The Ninjas of the Far East believed "The best poison is the slowest poison." Why? Because the slower the poison, the less likely it is the perpetrator will be caught. A slow poison leaves no trace...
And so it is with a Slow War. The slower the war, the less likely it is anyone can discover the true cause. Such is the case with the Slow War against the American middle class. It began soon after the War for Independence, which ended in 1781. European banksters sent representatives to the united States immediately to lobby legislators to institute a private central bank, which was to be under the control of the European banksters. They got their first bank, with famous politician Alexander Hamilton leading the charge. The public hated the bank, and the congress killed it in 1811. A year later, the British invaded the united States and sacked Washington DC, destroying thousands of original founding documents. Two years later, in 1814, they got their second bank.
In 1828, an unexpected defeat left Andrew Jackson President of the united States. Jackson was greatly and vocally anti-private central bank. His platform to get elected leaned heavily on States' Rights. Once in office, he made it his mission in life to destroy the central Bank of the United States. He succeeded in 1833--the first year of his second term--when congress denied the bank a new charter.
The European banksters simply changed their plans, and decided the easiest way to destroy the American middle class, and hopefully America itself, would be to split the country through civil war. They succeeded in starting a war between the North and South in 1860.
The South was hopelessly caught in a web of political lies and monetary misfortunes; they simply wanted to save their honor, which was kind of hard while the federal government was slamming heavy trade restrictions on Southern exports, destroying their economy. The South had simply had enough. And conversely, Abraham Lincoln--who is certainly deserving of alot of the criticisms he receives in the alternative press--was simply trying to save the Union. He actually publicly stated he could care less about slavery as compared to saving the Union. So the banksters had him killed by a man who actually claimed to represent European banksters...

Since the Civil War didn't destroy the country, the banksters' next plan was to simply enslave the American public through voluntary contract. They introduced a slow poison, which at first only affected newly-"freed" slaves, but gradually engulfed us all. Their slow poison was called the 14th Amendment. It supposedly freed slaves, but in reality, the supposedly freed slaves were forced to apply for licenses and permits to do the things free Americans could do, such as owning a gun, or marrying a white woman (and eventually even a black woman), buying land, running a business, and so forth... So the slaves' ownership was transferred from plantation owners to the government, and therefore those who control the government. All they had to do was sign on the dotted line to transfer their new-found freedom into government hands...

Their next step was the Act of 1871, referred to by "history" as the Ku Klux Klan Act. It was supposed to shut down the operations of organizations like the Klan, but the problem was, the way they planned to do this was by creating a corporation called the United States, and laying out a different letter of law for all federal territories. This created the District of Columbia, and assigned to it a corporate system of law. Coincidentally, the KKK grew to its greatest number and power forty years after this "KKK Act" supposedly "did away" with these miscreants. Interesting, no?

KKK march on Washington DC in 1925, over 50 years after the "KKK Act." There were millions of KKK members who had joined since 1871, swelling their numbers to the largest in history before the FBI finally shut down their power base starting in the 1930's.

The banksters' next success was two-fold: one was the Federal Reserve Act, and the other was the 16th Amendment. The Federal Reserve Act in 1914 finally brought back the private central bank for the first time since 1834, when Andrew Jackson destroyed it. The 16th Amendment introduced the income tax, which, as the Supreme Court has consistently ruled, inferred no new power of taxation to the government. It is simply a word game, enforced through scare tactics, and was never even legally ratified by Congress in the first place!
After that, the banksters decided to start fracturing the world through massive wars, involving many nations. The first was World War I, where many countries were dragged into a seemingly meaningless war, which was actually geared toward destroying the German nation's middle class nationalism. This backfired on them (or did it?), which resulted in World War II. The results of these two massive wars were manifold:

  • a massive arms buildup throughout the "first" world.
  • the creation of the State of Israel.
  • the creation of first the League of Nations, and when that failed, the United Nations
  • the paradigm of the Cold War
  • miscellaneous results, such as enlightening the thinking man, who is now aware of the corruption in national and international government, and of government's collusion with big business.
  • cleared the whole of Asia for American commerce, which before had been kept in check by the Japanese
  • cleared the whole of Eastern Europe for Soviet terror

In the midst of these two wars, the banksters attacked the middle class in America further by inducing the Great Depression. They did this by first collapsing the speculative markets, then by stopping the flow of cash into the country. The actual amount of cash on the streets, so to speak, before 1929 until 1933, fell by thousands of percent. The banksters take cash off the streets by raising interest rates for loans until no one can afford the interest rates, so less and less people are able to take out loans. And when people can't take out loans to cover their previous loans, they end up foreclosing on their present loans. Where does their real property go? That's right--directly into the coffers of the banksters... See where I'm going with this? The banksters, who had the ability to cause a depression through collectively raising interest rates and collapsing the stock markets, had every motive to do it.
In the midst of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt stabbed the heart of the American people, and stuck the blade as far as he could stick it. He passed a law which forced the American people to sell the government their real asset called gold, for a paper asset called a Federal Reserve Note. Anyone who did not comply faced a 10,000 dollar fine (sorta like a 100,000 dollar fine in today's dollar), and ten years in prison. In a big media parade, he locked up the American people's gold in the newly built Fort Knox. There it supposedly remains, but anyone paying attention knows it's all been used as collateral on the "national debt," which of course came into existence due to the debt-based fractional reserve policies of the Federal Reserve.
And ever since these events, culminating in World War II, the onslaught has been perpetual. We haven't had a rest. There are so many examples of their attacks, that only a partial list will suffice in convincing you of my theory of this Slow War on the middle class. So here is a list of all the fronts in the banksters' war against he American middle class, and this list is incomplete:

  • Supposedly mandated vaccinations. When this program began, there was one "mandatory" vaccine. Now, a child is bullied into dozens of vaccines by the time they're sixteen years old.
  • The gradual dumbing down of American youth through state-funded education. Compare school tests from the 1950's to those of now. Kids graduate high school today sometimes without being able to read or write.
  • Designer Diseases such as ADHD, ADD, Collitis, Leaky Gut Syndrome, etc... These "diseases," which didn't exist fifty years ago, are designed to draw a profit for pharmaceutical companies, and to gradually grind away at the health of Americans.
  • Designed Diseases: AIDS was created to target minorities, drug users, gays, and hemophiliacs, has killed millions of people, and is still killing hundreds of thousands of people in Africa a year..
  • Gun laws: In order to destroy the powerful middle class in this country, our guns must be confiscated. They are achieving this in bits and pieces, through nit-picking legislation at state and federal levels.
  • Television. As discussed in The Wizard of Oswald, Chapter I, television psychologically and physically numbs the brain's ability to creatively think for themselves, and promotes the ideas and desires of those who broadcast television, which is tightly restricted and regulated by the government.
  • False Flag Terror: Terrorist attacks on our country have been on the rise since the 1960's, when John F. Kennedy was killed by the banksters, who blamed it on Lee Harvey Oswald, who was actually attempting to stop the assassination. These attacks are always aimed at achieving a clandestine goal by banksters.
  • Destruction of the Family: this is the most important front in their war. With the unity of the regenerating nuclear family, the destruction of the middle class is impossible. This front incorporates all other fronts, as all other fronts affect the family. In fact, this war could appropriately be referred to as the Slow War on the American Middle Class and the American Family.
It's unbelievable. This list is too short, but I don't feel like spending the next week listing everything I can think of, and you probably don't have time to read it all, so for the sake of brevity, I'll end it there.
The Slow War has certainly been ramping up in the last ten years. It took the banksters 75 years to get their central bank back after Jackson took it from them. It took our present government a few weeks to destroy the Bill of Rights after September 11th, 2001. It took the Federal Reserve 57 years to finally get rid of the Gold Standard. It took three years to destroy America's reputation through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. It took ten years of depression to make the Americans fall for World War II. It took Bush stuttering on national television for a couple minutes the night of September 11th, 2001, to get the American people to fall for the present war. See where I'm going?
The intelligence, common sense, currency, health, pride, stature, property, and very identity of the American people are all going down the toilet. It was slow at first, but now the floodgates are open, and the tide is in.

Yet all tides ebb and flow. All diseases come and go, and the banksters are a disease-neither designer nor designed-of the human race. And the human race, if it wishes to survive, must purge this disease using our immune system's white blood cells, better known as the TRUTH.

Watch this ten minute video on the US Corporation to get a better understanding of what's really going on around here:

End, Chapter II

Copyright Brandon Dean 2008

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

congress could drive gas to $2 a gallon if they got off their asses

Gas could fall to $2 if Congress acts, analysts say
Limiting speculation would push prices to fundamental level, lawmakers told
By Rex Nutting & Michael Kitchen,
Last update: 4:24 p.m. EDT
June 23, 2008

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The price of retail gasoline could fall by half, to around $2 a gallon, within 30 days of passage of a law to limit speculation in energy-futures markets, four energy analysts told Congress on Monday.

Testifying to the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Michael Masters of Masters Capital Management said that the price of oil would quickly drop closer to its marginal cost of around $65 to $75 a barrel, about half the current $135.
Fadel Gheit of Oppenheimer & Co., Edward Krapels of Energy Security Analysis and Roger Diwan of PFC Energy Consultants agreed with Masters' assessment at a hearing on proposed legislation to limit speculation in futures markets.

Krapels said that it wouldn't even take 30 days to drive prices lower, as fund managers quickly liquidated their positions in futures markets.
"Record oil prices are inflated by speculation and not justified by market fundamentals," according to Gheit. "Based on supply and demand fundamentals, crude-oil prices should not be above $60 per barrel."
Futures trading in London has not been a major factor in rising oil prices, testified Sir Bob Reid, chairman of the Chairman of London-based ICE Futures Europe. Rising prices are largely a function of fundamental supply and demand, not manipulation or speculation, he said.
"Energy speculation has become a growth industry and it is time for the government to intervene," said Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., chairman of the full committee. "We need to consider a full range of options to counter this rapacious speculation." It was Dingell's strongest statement yet on the role of speculators.
Dingell introduced a bill on June 11 that would ask the Energy Department to gather the facts on energy prices, including the role played by speculators. See full story.
There are two kinds of speculators in the futures markets, Masters said. Traditional speculators are those who need to hedge because they actually take physical possession of the commodities. Index speculators, on the other hand, are merely allocating a portion of their portfolio to commodity futures.
Index speculation damages price-discovery mechanisms provided by futures markets, Masters added
The committee will likely consider legislation that would rein in index speculation by imposing higher-margin requirements; setting position limits for speculators; requiring more disclosure of positions; and preventing pension funds and investment banks from owning commodities.
Both major presidential candidates have supported closing loopholes that encourage speculation in the energy markets. Read more on Election Blog.
However, other witnesses said that pure speculators have had little impact on energy prices, which have doubled in the past year to about $135 per barrel. Both Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman have dismissed the impact of speculators on prices paid by consumers.
Speculators now account for about 70% of all benchmark crude trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, up from 37% in 2000, said Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., chairman of the investigations subcommittee. Stupak introduced a bill on Friday that would limit index speculation.
There has been much discussion recently about how big a role speculators have been playing in the sharp rise in energy prices, though no consensus has emerged on this point.
Congress, however, has grown increasingly concerned over speculative investors' role in the energy market in comparison with those buying futures contracts to hedge against risk from price changes. Lawmakers are expected to consider legislation to set strict limits -- or in some cases, an outright ban -- on speculative trading in energy futures in some markets.
Dingell is looking into any legal loopholes that may have contributed to speculation in energy markets. In 1991, according to documents provided by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to the committee's investigators, the agency authorized the first exemption from position limits for swap dealers with no physical commodity exposure. This began what Dingell said was "a process that has enabled investment banks to accumulate enormous positions in commodity markets."
Is Congress barking up the wrong tree?
Neal Ryan, manager at Ryan Oil & Gas Partners, said that if Congress develops regulations to cut back speculative trading, speculation will just find a new home.
"Speculation is the root of capitalism," he said. "If the speculation is forced out of the U.S. exchanges, it'll simply show up on other exchanges that are OTC like the ICE, or new exchanges will pop up to allow for the spec trades to continue functioning."
Ryan said he does see a reason for Congress to look at eliminating aspects such as allowing West Texas intermediate crude oil futures to trade on foreign markets and the "Enron loophole," but "these exchanges are currently functioning as they are supposed to in a free marketplace."
The creation of a comprehensive U.S. energy policy that tackles issues of increasing domestic supply and reining in consumer demand via conservation should be Congress' focus, Ryan said. "Instead we're on bended knee begging the Saudis to put more oil on the market and talking about shutting down spec trades."

Rex Nutting is Washington bureau chief of MarketWatch.
Michael Kitchen is a copy editor for MarketWatch and is based in New York. Nate Becker contributed to this report from San Francisco.



Brandon Dean says:

get up right now and call your congresscritters!! senators! Everyone! email them! shut down their phone lines and internet lines! I'm going to post a form letter in the comments section of this post, so if you don't have a chance to write your own, you can copy and paste in your email...
this has got to become mainstream news!

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Lindsay Williams -- The Energy Non-Crisis

Lindsay Williams -- The Energy Non-Crisis
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The Energy Non-Crisis, Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

Second trial unlikely for Browns ally

Second trial unlikely for Browns ally
By Margot Sanger-Katz
Monitor staff
June 17, 2008 - 9:57 am

Prosecutors in the case of a man accused of bringing weapons to the Plainfield home of tax protesters Ed and Elaine Brown have moved to dismiss the outstanding counts against him, effectively asking the judge to cancel his trial, scheduled for next week.

Cirino Gonzalez of Alice, Texas, was convicted in April of conspiring to prevent U.S. Marshals from arresting the Browns following their conviction for tax-related felonies. The Browns were able to hold off federal authorities for nearly nine months last year while they holed up with guns, bombs and supporters in their self-sufficient home, issuing threats.

The jury found Gonzalez guilty of aiding and abetting the couple and conspiring to prolong the standoff. But they were unable to reach verdicts on a second, similar conspiracy count and a charge that Gonzalez had used weapons as part of the conspiracy.

A second trial was scheduled to begin with jury selection later this week. But the motion, filed by Assistant U.S. Attorney Arnold Huftalen, asks the judge to dismiss the charges "without prejudice," meaning the government could bring the same charges again at a later date. According to the motion, Gonzalez's lawyer agrees the charges should be dismissed.

"The defendant and the government agree that it is in their respective best interests that the remaining two counts be dismissed, without prejudice, and that the defendant be sentenced on the two counts upon which he has been convicted," the motion reads.

Lawyers working on the case have said they will not comment until a verdict is reached.

During the long stay at their fortified concrete home, the Browns entertained a rotating cast of supporters, who brought them food, weapons and communication with the outside world. Many of those supporters, Gonzalez among them, shared their view that there was no legal basis for the federal income tax. During the prolonged standoff, they hosted concerts, participated in a daily internet radio show and made frequent public threats to harm law enforcement figures should they try to arrest the couple. They were apprehended in October by a team of undercover marshals posing as supporters. According to the marshals, the arrest was made without incident.

After their arrest, agents searched the house and found dozens of improvised explosive devices on the property, more than 20 rifles and tens of thousands of rounds of ammunition. A videotaped tour of the house played in court showed weapons and ammunition positioned near windows. Bombs and bomb-making materials were stored beside matches and fuses. Jars of explosive material were nailed to trees with orange targets facing toward windows.

Gonzalez, a former military contractor and naval weapons expert, lived with the Browns for several months last year and described himself at the time as their security expert. He ran errands on their behalf and wrote frequent updates about their story on various blogs and MySpace pages. Evidence offered during his first trial showed that he bought a .50-caliber sniper rifle while living in New Hampshire and brought two other guns with him from Texas. A .50-caliber rifle can shoot at long distances with very high accuracy.

In a video, shown three times to the jury, Gonzalez explained that government agents should be concerned about the military training held by many Browns supporters.

"We have weapons, and we're going to defend ourselves. We know what's going on," he says on the video, shot from the Browns' fourth-floor observation deck, described by one federal prosecutor as a "turret." "This is a serious situation. This is basically a revolution."

According to statements made by relatives and Gonzalez's testimony during the trial, he left the house last June after arguing with Ed Brown about security measures at the house. Much of his defense centered on showing that there were no bombs or bomb-making materials when he was living at the house.

Gonzalez also testified that he had not visited the Browns to help them. He told jurors that he had driven from Texas to New Hampshire in order to capitalize on the attention the Browns were receiving. He said he hoped he would be able to meet other anti-government activists in Plainfield and find a wider platform for his own political causes, which included ending the war in Iraq and stopping the use of depleted uranium in government weapons.

"Their cause wasn't exactly my cause," he testified.

Gonzalez was tried with two other Brown supporters. Both were found guilty of aiding and arming the tax-protesting couple. Jason Gerhard of Brookhaven, N.Y., and Daniel Riley of Cohoes, N.Y., were convicted of conspiracy, aiding and abetting, and bringing firearms to the couple. Riley was also convicted of handling destructive devices as part of the conspiracy; Gerhard faced a similar charge but was found not guilty. A fourth co-conspirator, Robert Wolffe of Randolph, Vt., pleaded guilty to conspiracy and accessory charges and testified during the trial. The men are scheduled for sentencing in August.

Last week, it appeared Gonzalez would plead guilty to at least one of the charges. A hearing was scheduled on his court docket for a change of plea, and Gonzalez's girlfriend, Donna Van Meter, said Gonzalez had agreed to plead guilty to the conspiracy charge if prosecutors dismissed the weapons charge, which carries a five-year mandatory minimum sentence. Gonzalez did not plead guilty at the hearing.

According to a MySpace post made by Gonzalez's father, Jose Gonzalez, his son changed his mind because the written plea agreement differed from the verbal agreement he had discussed with prosecutors before the hearing.

The Browns are serving 63-month prison sentences for their original tax crimes but have not been charged in connection with the standoff. U.S. Marshal Stephen Monier, who led the investigation, has suggested the Browns will face charges sometime in the future.

There is no indication Gonzalez has agreed to cooperate in any future prosecution. Although he appears to have little love for the Browns - in court, he said that Ed Brown was a "jerk" - Van Meter said he would not promise to testify as part of his aborted plea agreement.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

The Wizard of Oswald, Chapter I, by Brandon Dean

The Wizard of Oswald-Chapter I
Television: The Lazy, Soft-Brainwashing Machine
Brandon Dean
Thus Always to Tyrants

The human brain is too complex for us to understand all its functions, and what patterns it operates in. We have no true notion of the full effects of external stimulation. For instance, the effects of such things as television, advertising, and "news" media are largely unknown to us at this time. It's interesting to note that our government is heavily involved in all three of these subjects. To put it simply, we have no true idea what these three things have done to our collective and individual psyches since their inceptions within the last century. Advertising and news media certainly existed before the last century, but both have experienced monumental makeovers since the inception of the third: television.
Before television, information not only traveled much slower, but information was also extremely open to critical skepticism. When you listen to something on the radio, or you read something in a newspaper, your brain naturally creates images to go along with whatever subject you are listening to or reading. In other words, the brain is stimulated into action, which is a good thing, like exercise. But television creates the images for you, therefore not stimulating your brain, but rather numbing it, making it lazy so to speak...
Television, or rather those who create television, exploit this side effect of television to the fullest. Where did they learn the tactics? Well, the answer is very easy. The culprit's name is... Edward Bernays.

Edward Bernays: the Father of Spin

Edward Bernays was the nephew of Sigmund Freud. He was a psychologist in his youth, following in his uncle's footsteps. But then he found his niche. The niche was his personal invention: the PR industry. Bernays wrote a book called Propaganda. Propaganda was extremely popular amongst the elite of the world, especially amongst psychologists, businessmen, and those cretins involved in eugenics societies. Bernays himself belonged to a eugenics society. Among Bernays' followers were Colonel Edward Mandell House (President Wilson's shadow---I mean, adviser), Josef Goebbels (Hitler's Propaganda Minister), and many more despicable Illuminati devils... Bernays was responsible for such propaganda masterpieces as: the Suffragettes of New York City marching in the Macy's Christmas Day Parade in the 30's, at a time when no "lady" smoked cigarettes or anything else in public, and orange juice for breakfast. He basically just started advertising orange juice as perfect for breakfast, paid a bunch of doctors to corroborate the story, and put their testimonies in the ads. Suffice it to say, after years of a constant barrage of these ads, the collective American brain just accepted it as a truth.
Hitler once said "The bigger the lie, the more people will believe it." You know where he learned that from? Goebbels. You know who Goebbels learned it from? Yup--Edward Bernays and his book Propaganda...
And this is the basic premise behind the PR industry: lie your ass off, repeatedly, over and over and over and over again, and if you have enough money to keep paying for the ads, eventually the collective brain will accept it as truth.
Applied to what I wrote above about television creating the image for you, you should begin to understand the jump that was made in the profitability of advertising with the invention of television. Before television, the brain stood a much better chance of resisting propaganda. It still had to create the image, as opposed to having the image created for it.
And you can bet your ass that once the powers-that-be discovered the explosive manipulative power of television, which they discovered immediately, they jumped on and claimed all the best airwaves, and regulated the shit out of the rest. Then they funded research into both improving the quality of television and propagandizing the populace with television.

The brain is ruled by the subconscious, and powered by electric signals generated from the heart. The heart generates its electricity from the Earth, whose source of electric power is the sun, whose electric power comes from the center of the galaxy, and so on. Round and round it goes, and where it stops, nobody knows... Truth be told, it never stops.
Television wave molecules are so much less dense than our bodies that they travel right through our bodies. And they exist naturally. We just harness them on both the transmitting and receiving ends...
But, being that our brain is ruled mostly by the subconscious, what we see leaves an imprint in our brain. Never mind the fact that you are staring directly into light (as you are right now reading this)--the symbols which stick in your subconscious are what's really to worry about. As most people are aware, a flash of an image in the middle of non-related video can be retained by your brain without you being conscious of it at all. But flashing images aren't the only danger. Colors associated with sounds leave a deep imprint on our brain. It makes sense if you think about it: when you're out in nature, your brain associates colors with sounds and smells, such as the red of a rose, or the green of a pasture, or the sweet-sour smell in the air around a lemon tree... You don't have to think about it--your brain instinctively delineates these patterns for you. And television works the same way. Your brain categorizes imagery, and associates it with the words, sounds and emotions displayed in the sitcom, commercial, news show, et cetera...
The solution to this quandary is simple: first, turn off your television set. Second, toss it out the window. Third, take a twelve gauge scattergun and blow it to hell where it belongs...

end, part 1

copyright 2008 Brandon Dean

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Go and stock up people, don´t wait

Go and stock up people, don´t wait
Brandon Dean
June 10 2008

People have been crying for years about this crisis, or that crisis, and all of their crises are the biggest, most life-threatening crises ever. Well, sit back and judge this crisis for yourself. We have a food crisis in this world. It's real, and it could potentially threaten YOU at any moment. The supply lines of food have been being choked for years down to narrow bottlenecks by huge corporate buyouts and purposeful maladjustment. It now appears to be coming to a head in many different parts of the world.
It's coming to a head at this moment in the form of truckers' strikes. An online friend of mine named "Kap25", who lives in Spain, has now revealed that, because of a local truckers' strike, her corner grocers ran out of food. Not only that, but by mid afternoon today, the petrol stations in her neighborhood ran out of gas.
Kap25 is prepared; she and her family have previously taken measures for just this eventuality... She has plenty of storable food packed away to last her family quite a while. But, as we all know, some people are wise, and some are not. My guess would be that most of the people who have so far been hit by this sudden life-threatening crisis never saw it coming at all... And now they are left to fend for themselves. This may be the world wide crisis we "paranoid types" have been forewarning of.

In other words, shit may just get remarkably crazy, remarkably fast... It may not of course, but three striking truckers have already been murdered in rioting so far--all within the last few weeks... One died in Spain, one in Australia, and one in Portugal. And my friend now cannot purchase food regularly.

Maybe it's time for us in the states to start preparing for the eventuality that this crisis, hitting dozens of countries already, may just come here to the US?
I personally have at least six months of food stored away, and I've been constantly building it over the last six months. Preparedness is the word of the moment. PREPAREDNESS, like a god damn boy scout, no joke.

Get ready... like Kap25 said in a recent response to a thread at's forums, Go and stock up people, don´t wait


Take Back the Right to Parent Your Children

Take Back the Right to Parent Your Children
Elswyth Thane
June 9, 2008

In the U.S. and around the world, we are seeing more and more cases likethe one in May 2008 in Texas where hundreds of children were forcibly taken from their families. The authorities in Texas had neither any real evidence nor any real testimony to justify that massive kidnapping of over 400 children. What was their basis for such action? It was an anonymous phone call alleging that children were being sexually abused by adult members of the Mormon sect.

Because of the large number of children taken and the amount of force used by the government in this case, it was widely publicized. However, the egregious injustice on the part of government agents and officials is all too common nowadays. I have read and listened to countless cases over the last decade or so in which children have been ripped from the arms of caring, loving and protective parents due to false and often anonymous accusations of child abuse. A child gets hurt playing outside or is bitten by a neighborhood dog. Suddenly, the parents find themselves being accused of abusing the child or of criminal neglect, and their child seized by a government agency. Then they are faced with a laborious and costly fight to get their child back. In many cases, this fight lasts for several months or even years.

In several areas of the country, like Pinellas County in Florida, the definition of the term "abuse" is extremely broad. It is so broad that literally any parent, no matter how nurturing, conscientious or morally upright, could easily find him/herself facing charges of child abuse and have his or her children seized. In the area of Florida I refer to, the parent is not even granted the right to face his or her accuser in court or the right to know the name of his/her accuser.

How can we take back our parental rights? The saying, "Knowledge is power" is quite true, so we need to get informed about the laws concerning the family in our counties and states. Then start spreading the word in your area about laws that are overly intrusive and which effectively rob parents of their basic rights to care for, educate and protect their children. Until people know about the possible threats facing their families, how can they ever feel enough motivation in order to act?

We can also band together as concerned citizens and create political action groups, coalitions and watchdog groups which can work to put pressure on the legislative bodies to reestablish and protect parental rights, as well as to track and block legislation which attempts to steal our rights to parent our children.

Families are the building blocks of societies. Where there are healthy, strong families there are healthy and strong societies. This has been proven out by history. Most historians agree that the Greek and Roman empires collapsed from within, and it was no coincidence that the deterioration and destruction of the family unit ran concurrent to the decline and fall of those empires. There are strong parallels between what happened then and what is happening now within the U.S. There are major entities at work in our time and in our society which seek to fragment and destroy the family and, thereby, hope to enslave all. Let's fight together to strengthen and protect our families now because the clock is ticking.

thus always to tyrants authors

Brandon Dean (splitbabyniblet)


Joshua Berry (tattoogeek)

you see what happens?

"I, like the arch-fiend, bore a hell within me, and finding myself unsympathized with, wished to tear up the trees, spread havoc and destruction around me, and then to have sat down and enjoyed the ruin." --Mary Shelley, from Frankenstein