Thursday, June 3, 2010

Government Treachery

Recently I came across an article that should have, but didn't surprise me. For many others it is shocking evidence pointing toward a horrid event in which the U.S. government decided to debunk and cover up the truth. It also completely obliterates any credibility of well-known maverick John McCain, the apparent war-hero. The article was written by Sydney Schanberg, who was a correspondent during the Vietnam war and was the the only western reporter in Cambodia after its collapse. During his time in Cambodia, he often wrote about how the nation was better without an American presence.

The event that takes place in this article is of the American government abandoning hundreds of POWs, resulting in their deaths or disappearances. For over a decade they used committees, political figures, and other resources to cover up the autocracies they allowed to take place. They even sent false reports to the families of the missing POWs as a part of the scandal.

Here is an except from the Article titled, McCain and the POW Cover-Up:

Included in the evidence that McCain and his government allies suppressed or sought to discredit is a transcript of a senior North Vietnamese general’s briefing of the Hanoi politburo, discovered in Soviet archives by an American scholar in 1993. The briefing took place only four months before the 1973 peace accords. The general, Tran Van Quang, told the politburo members that Hanoi was holding 1,205 American prisoners but would keep many of them at war’s end as leverage to ensure getting war reparations from Washington.

Throughout the Paris negotiations, the North Vietnamese tied the prisoner issue tightly to the issue of reparations. They were adamant in refusing to deal with them separately. Finally, in a Feb. 2, 1973 formal letter to Hanoi’s premier, Pham Van Dong, Nixon pledged $3.25 billion in “postwar reconstruction” aid “without any political conditions.” But he also attached to the letter a codicil that said the aid would be implemented by each party “in accordance with its own constitutional provisions.” That meant Congress would have to approve the appropriation, and Nixon and Kissinger knew well that Congress was in no mood to do so. The North Vietnamese, whether or not they immediately understood the double-talk in the letter, remained skeptical about the reparations promise being honored—and it never was. Hanoi thus appears to have held back prisoners—just as it had done when the French were defeated at Dien Bien Phu in 1954 and withdrew their forces from Vietnam. In that case, France paid ransoms for prisoners and brought them home.

So basically, Congress allowed the Vietnamese to keep about half the POWs so that they wouldn't have to pay reparations, all the while, John McCain was granted a Vietnamese POW war-hero status and he and the rest of the elected officials continued to discredit anything proving otherwise. Dick Cheney was also said to have been involved in this scandal, as well as many other foreign and domestic related unjustified actions sometimes directly proving criminal activity. Even the earlier mentioned article has been buried by mainstream media.

Below are some links regarding this issue:

The Dark Heart of the US Government - Discussing the Schanberg article with mention towards some of the media cover up.

Jesse Ventura on Dick Cheney - Gov. Ventura calling out Cheney regarding the Vietnam War.

How I met the Real John McCain

Why Small Media Breaks Big Stories

Jesse Ventura - "In the last 50 years, more people have died in their bathtubs then have died by a terrorist attack" - Afghanistan is Vietnam All Over Again

Monday, May 24, 2010

Today, As Per Way Back Then

Interesting how much what we know as now can be derived from the past.

Some retrospects of today:

Nineteen Eighty-Four a.k.a. 1984 (Published in 1948) - This impressive and fascinating novel written by George Orwell talks about the unity of nations into what we now call Unions [e.g. European Union]. There are constant wars worldwide and foreign "terror threats", especially from areas in Asia. A massively huge relating concept is that the leader of these foreign terrorists is a "Gottee-Bearded Man, of Jewish Descent" [consider the bearded Osama bin Laden] - the face of terror. The man the world despises and unites under their hatred. It has mention of heavy government surveillance [what we are having now, especially in the United States - they can now watch you through your webcam and via insects] and of a Big Brother aspect. The concept of children being taken as part of the State [rather than the parents being their authoritative figures] and brainwashed at an early age via government education [as they are doing now], how anyone who thinks outside of what the State or Party deems a suitable thought is a criminal of the State/Party [have you seen John McCain's new bill proposal?] - hence the novel's ThoughtPolice. It discusses sexual repression, but if you look at today, sex seems to be a good way to occupy the masses minds - plus it sells have you seen the new IPPF proposal?]. There is even mention of history being altered as per the Party propaganda agenda - if you look at education and what history has become now; forgotten and misinterpreted, falsely forged - it's a fact that America has literally dubbed down the quality of their education system. Emotion is concealed and for the most part it is absence amongst people. It also talks about Social Security and the leadership being a pyramid shaped governing system: Ahem!

READ THE BOOK! - Another good one by the same author is Animal Farm

Equilibrium (2002) - This is a great movie that somehow was a mishap in the box-offices. It stars Christian Bale, Sean Bean, Dominic Purcell, Taye Diggs, William Fitchner, Emily Watson and was Written and Directed by Kurt Wimmer. It is set in an extremely Fascist world in which a similar dystopian setting is in place. It features some unique and stunning combat techniques and action sequences. Something I found similar to today in this film was the hiding of history and culture, especially in America. What we were is no longer cherished, it is another
forgotten aspect. Also, in this film, emotion does not exist amongst people, unless it is brought forth by something. Every individual is trained to hide their emotion. There is also a "medication" which is prescribed to everyone, a sedative to keep them under the States control.


Fahrenheit 451 (1951) - Another impressive dystopian novel, only this one was written by Ray Bradbury. Its main focus is around futuristic "firemen" which, rather than putting fires out, their job is to burn all books. Reading is outlawed and thus critical-thinking is eluded. This in someways has relativity towards today in the fact that historical books are nothing more than garbage, or, something to place in the fireplace. There is no meaning to reading what was once written and what has much potential knowledge and information. There has actually been a recent flooding of novels and ebooks, especially political based, a lot of politician auto-biographies (guaranteed most are ghost written) and biographies, all expressing the same opinions and views.



"See, in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda."
– George W. Bush, 43rd US President

"There's three things to remember: claim everything, explain nothing, deny everything."
– Senator Prescott Bush (Skull and Bones, 1917) The Bush family patriarch made the above statement in a 1966 interview for Columbia University's oral history project on the Eisenhower administration. Prescott Bush said that political dictum had been explained to him by Claire Boothe Luce, congresswoman, ambassador and wife of Time-Life media magnate Henry Luce (Skull and Bones 1920)

"The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer."
– Henry Kissinger, National Security Advisor and Secretary of State under Richard Nixon, and Secretary of State under Gerald Ford

"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."
-- William Casey, CIA Director (from first staff meeting in 1981)

"The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media."
– William Colby, former CIA director

"It is also a fact that America is too democratic at home to be autocratic abroad. This limits the use of America's power, especially its capacity for military intimidation. Never before has a populist democracy attained international supremacy. But the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public's sense of domestic well-being. The economic self-denial (that is, defense spending) and the human sacrifice (casualties, even among professional soldiers) required in the effort are uncongenial to democratic instincts. Democracy is inimical to imperial mobilization."
— Zbignew Brzezinski—from The Grand Chessboard, 1997

"The world is divided in to three classes of people: a very small group that makes things happen, a somewhat larger group that watches things happen, and the great multitude which never knows what happened."
– Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Columbia University, 1931 Nobel Peace Prize winner

"If the personal freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution inhibit the government's ability to govern the people, we should look to limit those guarantees."
– Bill Clinton

"The purpose of government is to rein in the rights of the people."
– Bill Clinton

"We can't be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans."
– Bill Clinton, U.S.A. Today, 11 March 1993

"As America becomes an increasingly multicultural society, it may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus on foreign policy issues, except in the circumstances of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat."
-- Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)

"Fascism is on the march today in America. Millionaires are marching to the tune. It will come in this country unless a strong defense is set up by all liberal and progressive forces... A clique of U.S. industrialists is hell-bent to bring a fascist state to supplant our democratic government, and is working closely with the fascist regime in Germany and Italy. Aboard ship a prominent executive of one of America's largest financial corporations told me point blank that if the progressive trend of the Roosevelt administration continued, he would be ready to take definite action to bring fascism to America."
– William Dodd, former Ambassador to Germany, 1938

"In order to bring a nation to support the burdens of maintaining great military establishments, it is necessary to create an emotional state akin to war psychology. There must be the portrayal of an external menace. This involves the development to a high degree of the nation-hero, nation-villain ideology and the arousing of the population to a sense of sacrifice. Once these exist, we have gone a long way on the path to war."
- John Foster Dulles

"This [the U.S. Constitution] is likely to be administered for a course of years and then end in despotism... when the people shall become so corrupted as to need despotic government, being incapable of any other."
– Benjamin Franklin

"Few trends could so thoroughly undermine the very foundations of our free society as the acceptance by corporate officials of a social responsibility other than to make as much money for their stockholders as possible."
– Milton Friedman

"It is the absolute right of the State to supervise the formation of public opinion."
--Joseph Goebbels, Nazi propaganda minister

"Think of the press as a great keyboard on which the government can play."
--Joseph Goebbels, Nazi propaganda minister

"The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly - it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over."
--Joseph Goebbels, Nazi propaganda minister

"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State."
--Joseph Goebbels, Nazi propaganda minister

Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.
--Adolf Hitler

What luck for the rulers that men do not think.
--Adolf Hitler

"Through clever and constant application of propaganda, people can be made to see paradise as hell, and also the other way round, to consider the most wretched sort of life as paradise."
– Adolf Hitler

"It also gives us a very special, secret pleasure to see how unaware the people around us are of what is really happening to them."
– Adolf Hitler

"The greatness of every mighty organization embodying an idea in this world lies in the religious fanaticism and intolerance with which, fanatically convinced of its own right, it intolerantly imposes its will against all others."
– Adolf Hitler

"The size of the lie is a definite factor in causing it to be believed, for the vast masses of the nation are in the depths of their hearts more easily deceived than they are consciously and intentionally bad. The primitive simplicity of their minds renders them a more easy prey to a big lie than a small one, for they themselves often tell little lies but would be ashamed to tell a big one."
--Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

" the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted… they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie… It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously."
– Adolf Hitler, Main Kampf

"The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists."
– J. Edgar Hoover

"To the extent that the United States was governed by anyone during the decades after World War Il, it was governed by the President acting with the support and cooperation of key individuals and groups in the executive office, the federal bureaucracy, Congress, and the more important businesses, banks, law firms, foundations, and media, which constitute the private sector’s ‘Establishment’."
– Samuel P. Huntington, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)

"Those who own the country ought to govern it."
– John Jay, first chief justice of the United States, 1787

"We have about half the world's wealth ...but only 5 percent of its population.... In this situation ... our real job in the coming years is to devise a pattern of relationships which permit us to maintain this position of disparity... To do so we have to dispense with all sentimentality and day-dreaming, ... concentrate everywhere on our immediate national objectives...[and] deal in straight power concepts. The less we are hampered by idealistic slogans, the better."
George Kenan [Department of State Policy Planning Study No. 23, 1948].

In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill ... All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy, then, is humanity itself."
– Alexander King, Bertrand Schneider - founder and secretary, respectively, of the Club of Rome - The First Global Revolution, pp.104-105

"Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac."
– Henry Kissinger, 56th U.S. Secretary of State and 1973 Nobel Prize-Winner for Peace

"The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer."
– Henry Kissinger

"Military men are just dumb stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy."
– Henry Kissinger

"Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful. This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted to them by their world government."
– Henry Kissinger

"What we in America call terrorists are really groups of people that reject the international system..."
– Henry Kissinger

"Covert action should not be confused with missionary work."
– Henry Kissinger, about the CIA's betrayal of Iraqi Kurds,

"[The New World Order] cannot happen without U.S. participation, as we are the most
significant single component. Yes, there will be a New World Order, and it will force the United
States to change it's perceptions."
-- Henry Kissenger, World Affairs Council Press Conference, April 19th 1994

"Control the oil and you can control entire Continents. Control food and you control people."
-- Henry Kissenger

"Our government has kept us in a perpetual state of fear - kept us in a continuous stampede of patriotic fervour - with the cry of grave national emergency. Always, there has been some terrible evil at home, or some monstrous foreign power that was going to gobble us up if we did not blindly rally behind it."
– General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) WWII Supreme Allied Commander of the Southwest Pacific, Supreme United Nations Commander

"Capital must protect itself in every way... Debts must be collected and loans and mortgages foreclosed as soon as possible. When through a process of law the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and more easily governed by the strong arm of the law applied by the central power of leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders. This is well known among our principle men now engaged in forming an imperialism of capitalism to govern the world. By dividing the people we can get them to expend their energies in fighting over questions of no importance to us except as teachers of the common herd."
– J.P. Morgan

"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power."
– Benito Mussolini

"Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people."
– Theodore Roosevelt

"Look, if you think any American official is going to tell you the truth, then you're stupid. Did you hear that? - stupid."
– Arthur Sylvester, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, 1965

"We are on the verge of global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order."
– David Rockefeller (Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank)

"Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose. The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao's leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history."
– David Rockefeller

"We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected the promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world-government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the National autodetermination practiced in past centuries."
-- David Rockefeller in an address to a Trilateral Commission meeting in June of 1991

"For more than a century, ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure - one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it."
-- David Rockefeller - From Rockefeller's "Memoirs"

"The few who understand the system, will either be so interested from it's profits or so dependant on it's favors, that there will be no opposition from that class."
-- Rothschild Brothers of London, 1863

"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws."
-- Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild

"The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson, and I am not wholly excepting the administration of W.W. (Woodrow Wilson.) The country is going through a repetition of Jackson's fight with the Bank of the United States—only on a far bigger and broader basis."
– Franklin D Roosevelt

"Every time we do something you tell me America will do this and will do that... I want to tell you something very clear: Don't worry about American pressure on Israel. We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know it."
-- Ariel Sharon, Israeli Prime Minister, October 3, 2001

"You kill one person it’s a tragedy, you kill ten thousand people it a statistic."
– Joseph Stalin [Iosif Vissarionovich Djugashvili] (1879-1953)

"Who controls the past controls the future, who controls the present controls the past."
– Joseph Stalin

"The easiest way to gain control of the population is to carry out acts of terror the public will clamor for such laws if the personal security is threatened."
-- Joseph Stalin

"I never would have agreed to the formulation of the Central Intelligence Agency back in ’47, if I had known it would become the American Gestapo."
– Harry S Truman (1884-1972) 33rd President of the United States, U.S. Vice President, U.S. Senator

"If we see that Germany is winning we ought to help Russia and if Russia is winning we ought to help Germany and that way let them kill as many as possible."
– Harry S Truman

"Our strategy [after the fall of the Soviet Union] must now refocus on precluding the emergence of any potential future global competitor."
– U.S. Defense Planning Guidance, 1992

"Oh Mortal Man, is there nothing you cannot be made to believe?"
-- Adam Weishaupt

"We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the world - no longer a Government of free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of small groups of dominant men."
-- Woodrow Wilson

"Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it."
- Woodrow Wilson

"It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning."
-- Henry Ford

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Green Prisons

I just came across a very interesting article that gives perspective into the prison monopoly that has been created through U.S. Government regulation of, well, Freedom and Liberty. It carries factual evidence revealing how relevant this actually is to the general public then, but also today, yet it is still so overlooked (like so many other askew aspects of society these days). A few examples of what is included: The major increase in criminals being imprisoned and rise of drug-related crimes involving time behind bars. The lessening of violent crime sentences, meaning more offenders of violent crimes are being released back out onto the streets (and then most likely going back in to help maintain this high prisoner population). How government policies have effected the tripling of inmates entering prison, especially since most of these new policies refuted alternative sentencing. How these changes in policies and enhanced government regulation has actually caused more harm to general public safety.

The article exploits how the majority of prisons in the United States are overcrowded (Florida prisons held 20,000 inmates in fiscal year 1980-81 and now (1994) hold over 48,000), which only opens the door for the continuously piling reports of assaults on both guards and inmates. The only thing this has accomplished is a higher percentage of the population being incarcerated, which results in billions and billions of tax dollars being spent to maintain these operations. *California spends $2.1 billion a year operating its prison system and has $4 billion in prison construction scheduled. Pennsylvania saw its corrections budget soar from $126 million to $453 million in 10 years. Even in frugal New Hampshire spending on prisons has risen three times faster than other state spending.*

This article was written in 1994 but has much contrast to today's current increasing prisoner rate - it has only gotten worse over the past 16 years. The article is fascinating and although it is lengthy, there is good reason for its extensiveness.

Prison Blues: How America's Foolish Sentencing Policies Endanger Public Safety

More Government Regulation = More Problems

It's Plain, It's Simple, It's Logical: The People That Make Up The Country Deserve More Say Than Filling A Ballot To Which Politician Of Two Parties They Will Elect As God Of Their Falsely Identified Sovereign Nation

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Random Poem

harbored atrocities alongside authoritative hypocrisies
perfidious democracies deviating distorted philosophies

the world spins backwards, flourishing with contortion of what is real
the masses walk backwards, a misguided extortion of the surreal

dissension intruded by iniquitous disparity
consumption mundane yet merit has no clarity

education defies truth - logic and history, no longer of concern
government defies liberty - needs and honesty, no longer of concern

idols entrap ,deceitfully enrapturing as justice remains blind
so many question the purpose but run from the truth they find

this is the world the majority struggle to survive in – indifference leaving many stranded and alone; each is to their own
it is not how it should be, as the majority should prosper – our world and civilizations have grown; why do we choose to disown?

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Interview With a U.S. Soldier

Over the past few weeks I have been in contact with a current member of the U.S. Army. I asked him if he would be willing to answer some questions for my blog about himself and his involvement with the United States military. This is how it went:

How old were you when you decided you wanted to join the military?

I was seventeen when I decided that I was going to the army.

When did you enlist?

I enlisted August 27, 2007. Immediately after finishing summer school and receiving my diploma.

What were the motivations and influences behind your decision?

I played way too many video games when I was young. After a recruiter talk to me and my mom, it was pretty much written in stone. I was fast, strong, and a bit reckless, so it sounded perfect. Also, I could not afford, nor do I think that I would have survived, college. I wanted to help fight terrorism. In addition, the bonus ($30,000) was too tempting to pass up.

What were your pre-enlistment beliefs of the United States and of the world outside?

I still believed in the country and the government at the time. I was extremely naive, and knew nothing abut the world around me at the time that I joined. In short, I thought that America was the best and most righteous country there ever was.

Can you give me a description of what your biggest influences were growing up and how they effected your beliefs of your country and the world outside it?

I think that my biggest influences were video games, television, and society in general. School was an amazingly efficient indoctrination center in that, the lies of omission were astonishing. Television hardly portrayed life outside of the United States, so thinking about other countries was not common. Also, America is nearly always portrayed as the "good guys" or in a positive light, so to speak. The general consensus (though it sounds farfetched) is that if you were not born in America, then it sucks to be you, and it is your fault.

What was your opinion on the military, specifically that of the United States, and your thoughts towards war in general?

I thought that the US military was made up of the bravest men and women of the country. I thought that folks in the military were tough and all about the team. I knew nothing about the unbelievable sexual assault rate in the military. Also, I thought that wars were always justified. I never would have guessed that War is a Racket.

What were your beliefs on 9/11 and the "War on Terror" prior to your enlistment?

I thought that 9/11 was an evil attack on the American people and justified the war on terror. I had no idea how many foreign civilians were being killed; or that three buildings actually fell on 9/11.

What about the countries the U.S. was fighting against?

I had never heard of Iraq or Afghanistan before the wars and I knew hardly anything about them until I joined. I honestly thought that they were just crazy Muslims attacking America out of hatred. It never dawned on me that they might be slightly upset about us invading their countries; or that 9/11 could have been a false flag operation.

What was the extent of your knowledge of 9/11 and of the reasons your country was at war upon being enlisted? How did they differ from pre-enlistment beliefs?

Before I enlisted, and at the time of my enlistment, my beliefs about 9/11 remained the same for the most part. I still thought that 19 Arabs hijacked planes and attacked America unprovoked. I never looked at any of the evidence for myself or tried to figure out exactly what happened. I believed everything that the media said. I did not listen to the mainstream media because I recognized their fear mongering at an early age; but I got my information from others that only listened to the mainstream media.

Upon joining the military, what were your intentions?

I wanted to get some action like I did all the time in the video games. I needed that bonus to buy what I wanted in life. Also, I needed the money for college, if I were to decide I wanted to go at some point. I wanted to serve the country and earn my citizenship, in a sense.

Why did you enlist? Why did you choose to fight overseas?

I enlisted because my options were extremely limited and it seemed ideal at the time. I knew that I would be sent overseas upon enlisting and I was glad. Upon learning more about what was really going on, I wanted to avoid going to Iraq and hit Afghanistan instead; as I felt that war was more justified. Later on, while in Iraq, I realized that no aspect of the "War on terror" is justified, even remotely.

How long were you in the military for before you were sent overseas?

I was in the military for almost two years before I went overseas. We did a lot of training and stuck together a bit. After hearing so many stories about Americans being killed overseas, Muslims seemed less and less human. Thinking back on it, the racism almost seems systematic. We were trained to disregard the Iraqis' civil rights. In a sense, we were their masters. It seems logical (though not moral) given that we had the bigger guns.

Where did you first serve and for how long?

I did basic training in Fort Benning, Georgia for 14 weeks. Then I was sent to Fort Lewis, Washington where I did most of my training for the previous two years. I am currently in Baqubah, Iraq. Our tour was for a year, and we have less than 90 days left.

Has anything occurred that may have altered any of your beliefs? If so, what has changed and what caused the alteration?

My beliefs changed profoundly after I started reading about a year into my service. Initially, I mainly focused on Black History, war, and philosophy in regards to the books that I looked for. I became utterly disgusted with the US government as result of what I learned. I felt that it was even more odious I did not learn any of this information in school.

Funny enough, when I arrived in Kuwait, which is a mandatory stop for all soldiers on the way to Iraq, I happened to watch the renowned Loose Change documentary. To put it lightly, it blew my head away. I started digging deeper to see if the information was valid or just nonsense. What I found was surreal, to say the least.

What would you say about the military training and information given in accordance to the "War on Terror"? Was it accurate?

The training and information that we received was fairly decent. We were prepared to defend ourselves and do what we thought was right. We had no idea who owned KBR or when the war would actually be won. We were told very little about the culture of the people, right up until it was time to deploy. At which time, we were informed on some basic do's and don't's. We were never told why the people are really attacking us; or that they might just want their country back. They never asked us to come get rid of Saddam, even though it is my understanding that we put him in power.

What are some events, people, books or videos that may have, opened your eyes so to speak?

IVAW is one organization that I would credit. Various people that I have talked to on the internet; who suggested topics for me to look into. Also, I would credit Alex Jones and Ron Paul to an extent. Two books that really changed my life: Roots and The Autobiography of Malcolm X. As far as videos I would strongly recommend the latest version of Loose Change to everyone; especially those with Friends and/or family in this war. There is a myriad of articles that have left me stunned. One that I feel everyone should read is called "False Pretences"; it is about Bush's 935 lies in regards to Iraq.

Is there anything else you want to add in regards to:

1) Education

To say that the current public education system is a debacle would be a detrimental understatement. Students learn how to obey orders. Critical Thinking is overrated. Independent thought is shunned.

There is so much History left out of school nowadays. The average student has no idea what the Gulf of Tonkin incident is; that both Kennedy and MLK were killed as a result of conspiracies, or MLK was murdered for his anti-war rhetoric rather than his demands of Civil Rights; what the Bill of Rights are; that we funded the Taliban at one point; etc. It is simply odious. Also, children learn absolutely nothing about Black History in regards to before Africans were forced to come to America. It is asinine, in my humble opinion.

2) Government

The government is completely out of control and has no restrictions. The Constitution is essentially null and void. If people knew what the Declaration of Independence actually says, and the Truth about who controls the economy (Federal Reserve Bank) the government would likely be overthrown immediately.

To Quote Ron Paul: "The roll of government is to defend our Civil Liberties. If we have those intact, the rest will fall into place." Right now, it would be impossible to think of any aspect of life that the government does not reach into. The government is simply too big, and the foundations of America have been all but forgotten. It is literally mind-boggling. People are afraid of the government which is completely opposite of how the country should be. The government is supposed to be afraid of its people.

3) Mainstream Media

The mainstream media is likely the most despicable corporation in America. They are essentially the Fourth Branch. The average citizen learns most of his/her information from the mainstream media. So if the mainstream media vehemently refuses to report on the collapse of WTC 7, then we will have current estimates of about 5% of Americans even knowing about WTC 7. The American people are so unbelievably gullible, and the mainstream has perfected their propaganda techniques. People turn to the mainstream when they want to know how they should feel about matters. If the American people knew the Truth, there is no telling what they would do to the corporate media whores. In theory, their job is to be objective and tell the American people what others would rather they remained ignorant about. In actuality, the media is merely a mouthpiece and is controlled by only a few people. There is no free press. One will never see a 9/11 first responder, family member or survivor on FOXNews talking about why they do not believe the official story.

For more information on how the mainstream media screws the American people, and ultimately the world, please see War Made Easy

4) Any other subject that can be related to this.

One other matter that I feel needs to be stated here is that the soldiers currently "rebuilding" Iraq and Afghanistan could not care less about either country. We are only here because rank dictates. It is commonly known that if a lack of interest could cancel missions, then we would never roll outside the wire. There are people losing their homes and jobs in America while we pretend to care about a foreign country. It completely defies logic and common sense. Nearly everyone is open (at times) about how they cannot wait to get back to states; how much he/she misses his/her family; and just general disdain for Iraq. Soldiers are frank when they state that they are only doing this for their family. Yet, one has to wonder if we would ever do missions if my fellow soldiers knew the Truth about this war. Luckily, there are rules preventing me from sharing what I know. At any rate, most of them remain willfully ignorant.

What personal transitions have you undertaken since joining the military and serving overseas?

Personal transitions that I have undertaken since joining the military. I like to think that I have started exercising Critical Thinking a lot more. I focus more on mental strength as opposed to that of physical. I realized that the cliche about Knowledge being power is true. I have become much more critical and untrusting of the establishment. I do not care about money as much now that I know the Truth about the US economy and who controls it. I try to avoid obtuseness and still enjoy life at the same time. Take care of the people that I love and have fun. At the same time, I know that the future depends on what we do now, so I continue to speak out against the war and inform the public via facebook for now. When I get back from Iraq, and eventually out of the army, I plan on being extremely vocal and active in communities.

What are you doing now?

I am currently doing what I can to awake the public and maintain my sanity while in Iraq. Sometimes Friends of mine and I will take over fan pages with a lot of young people. Essentially, we flood them with information that we feel they need to know, all at the same time. I continue to find out for myself what is really going on in the world, and share the information with anyone bold enough to ask me my opinion. It is extremely rare to have an intellectual conversation with someone in the military. Also, when I do not have work to do, I try to take a break from the world and spend time with my lady Friend.

How did the military treat you during your time in service? Did this change at all?

I was treated fairly decently throughout my service because I did not question the system; I was highly motivated; and I was extremely fit. There was slight racism due to my dark skin, but I handled it accordingly. Once I started to think for myself and question my spoon-fed reality, I began to really sense the unwelcomeness. One would think that the government was infallible from where the other soldiers were sitting. Needless to say, they had never heard of the Tuskegee Experiment; PFC LaVena Johnson; 50 million dead Africans in the Atlantic Ocean; the incarceration rate of Blacks in America; etc. Neither are these matters important to them. Once I learned the Truth about 9/11, and had the audacity to talk about it, I was essentially ostracized. Some of it is due to fear, but soldiers seem to generally hate anything that goes against the grain. It is difficult to fathom, whilst I am even living it!

To close, the Youth are the future, the key, and the only hope. They are tomorrow's military. The hand that rocks the cradle truly does rule the world. If people want to change the human course at all, they have to focus on the Youth. My personal motto is to: Above all else, Awake the Youth (aka The Sleeping Giant).

Umoja, Malik


I was hoping to ask Malik more extensive questions on his experiences but as he was recently given a gag order from his chain of command, being directed to cease being opinionated and to keep "controversial" facts to himself, as he has recently begun sharing them across Facebook. He is now unable to post as he wishes on Facebook and must follow these orders and not continue sharing facts with others as he chooses to do so. These are facts - Funny how things work. Regardless, in less than three months he will be home.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Politically Failed Debates to Techno Music

In a recent Daily Show episode, John Stewart and John Oliver exploit how mechanically manipulative our politicians are becoming in their actions. They reveal how much of it is simply unintelligible acting; the truth is never interpreted and the people are of no concern. These politicians flash their "democratic" persona's and mix in a "suitable" identity so that the masses will succumb to their words. Barrack Obama is the greatest at it, that is when he has his teleprompter.

Daily Show - April 21, 2010

No Teleprompter 1

Here is Obama lying 7 times in under 2 minutes

More Obama Fail w/o Teleprompter

Also, in the Daily Show episode - An interview with Fred Pearce in which he and Steward discuss how difficult it is for women to be able to have a family and work simultaneously, thus the lack of mothers and increasing females into the workforce.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Reflections And Warnings: An Interview With Aaron Russo, Entire Film

"I have sworn upon the alter of God, eternal hostility towards any form of tyranny over the mind of man"
- Thomas Jefferson

If you haven't seen any of this footage before, here is the full-length interview with Aaron Russo, a man who has had connections to the most powerful people today. He knows of an agenda in place that is destroying and eroding the minds of most humans. We are being desensitized to reality and transformed into mindless sheep. Those that dissent towards this corruption of truth and believe in patriotism and community, that carry morals and think outside-the-box, are condemned as criminals of the state. We are under a deceitful form of martial law, where administrations carry all the power and the people are stripped of liberty. Self-reliance is no longer in tact and justice literally is blind.
Russo is an amazing individual and he speaks openly and honestly in the following interview with Alex Jones. It's a fairly lengthy video but it is definitely worth watching:
Reflections And Warnings: An Interview With Aaron Russo, Entire Film

Friday, April 30, 2010

Gerald Celente Survives Earthquake in Chile

Check out this radio interview where Gerald Celente discusses how he and three other people exited out of a hotel they were staying in during an earthquake that happened recently in Chile. They were the only ones outside of it and made it out in what they estimated of three minutes. The earthquake had a magnitude rating of 8.8 that lasted approximately 90 seconds. He compares America to Chile in terms of economic instability and corruption. Good discussion - Gerald Celente with Rick Wiles on TruNews March 30th, 2010

Here is an article he wrote in which he claims Wall Street killed Main Street - It also features some interesting forecasts by him.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Selling Souls To Corporatists

Great article here by Butler Shaffer titled How We Lost Our Souls. It is featured on which is an amazing website to check out that is one of only a few locations you can find willing to speak the truth and reveal reality. This article discusses American corruption and deceit from above and the shadow that is cast over the people, blinding them from reality. It divulges into aspects of the war and also discusses different instances in which the American government committed criminal acts.

Ron Paul is often featured on this site among many other renowned authors, economists and political analysts. Rep. Ron Paul has a recent article titled - Socialism vs Corporatism - in which he says to not call Barrack Obama a Socialist but to instead call him a Corporatist. He also makes mention of how Barrack's alleged savior-like health care reform bill will actually impose the government to ENFORCE people to pay for health insurance or they will be subjected to pay a fine. The "cap-and-trade" bill provides subsidies and special privileges to large businesses that engage in "carbon trading."

Do you know about the Carbon Tax they are trying to impose? They literally want to tax us for naturally exhaling...

Both of these articles are fascinating and worth a read as they exploit real instances and real situations to help us better define the people we call our government and the reality behind the scenes.

Sunday, April 25, 2010


Do you enjoy Gardening? I hope not... Because the US government is imposing yet another Liberty-thieving bill which would remove a person's right to own, grow, trade, transport, share, feed, and eat every food which nature provides us, naturally. Currently, the highest cause of death in the US is Health Related. This Bill would appointed Monsanto with unlimited power over all agriculture and food supplements/seeds. Monsanto, the company that makes GENETICALLY MODIFIED food. Who needs real food when you can eat food that isn't actually food... Nutrition no longer exists... Yet they wonder why obesity rises and people die from unhealthy eating habits.

Read this article, it outlines how this has been coming since Bill Clinton removed local foot processors (with no history of contamination) from inspecting meat, leaving it up to the meat packers to inspect themselves and includes the new S510 Food and Safety Modernization Act of 2010: S 510 is hissing in the grass

Another recent bill that is disturbing was John McCain's recent proposition of Bill which I included in an earlier post titled: Where Is Freedom?

After all, that is a very good question: Where is the Freedom? It is continuously modified to best suit the needs of our government but never the needs of us, the people. Same goes for our food, modified not for our interests and needs but for the interests and needs of lobbyist and government authorities being paid or paying into this genetically modified food.

Here is some information on Monasanto - Monsanto, Poison & Genes (documentary, 2008)

Internet vs Internet 2

The Internet is our only method of receiving reality outside of the tiny boxes that have been placed discreetly over each of our enclosed lives. Continuously the manipulation of the masses consistently malfunctions community, family and independence - we are losing sovereignty, freedom and liberty. The Internet is the only thing left resembling a Free Market and is the only way ALL opinions can be heard and ALL facts can be found. Yet, it is being discredited, discoursed deviation, even to the point of mainstream media classifying internet journalism as terrorism. So thinking outside of the box and having an opinion on real life is now considered an act of terrorism. The Government doesn't care about you: They only care that you keep giving them your money. And if you disagree: your not a Patriot for believing in the constitution and they can arrest and hold you indefinitely under the Patriot Act. Good name for it... I'll give them that, as most American's are so stupid, they hear the title and assume it's Patriotic when in all reality it is another Government method of removing your freedom and stealing your liberty. Another way for them to remain in total control. Now they wanna completely censor the internet.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Extreme Inequality

I stole the title from the link titled Plutocracy Reborn, only because it perfectly defines the current state of wealth separation in the United States of America.

As of 2006, the top 0.01% of the American population was making 976 times more than the bottom 90% of American families. If you take into consideration that in 2004, the US census bureau reported the median household average was $45,016, and as this is only the bottom 90% that is being compared to the top 0.01%, leaving 10% out of the loop, we'll guesstimate that the household average would then be approximately $37,000. Thus meaning that the top 0.01% are earning on average ($37,000 x 976) 36,112,000 or THIRTY SIX MILLION, ONE HUNDRED and TWENTY TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, compared to the average household of $45,016. Quite the range between the two, and there are obviously people making more than 36 million a year, some are making billions per year. That's 36 million annually, on average, between a little over thirty thousand people, out of a country made up of 300 plus million hardworking families and individuals who bring in approximately 45 thousand a year, per household. And they call this a fair free land of opportunity- Where is this equal opportunity?

Plutocracy Reborn

Friday, April 16, 2010


Alright, here are a few simple and logical facts about Criminals and their behavior.

a) Most criminals will be criminals regardless of what laws/regulations/acts/statutes are created to prevent this.

b) Criminals will carry weapons and guns, even if you pass a law banning them from doing so.

c) When criminals are the only ones carrying weapons and guns, leaving the vast majority of innocent civilians unarmed and unable to defend themselves, this gives criminals more opportunity to commit crime.

d) When criminals are the only ones allowed to carry guns, or if guns are heavily regulated, denying individuals their constitutional right to defend themselves and their family, crime rates will increase.

All of these are facts, if you don't believe me, watch Arizona over the next little while. They are currently one of the leading states in criminal activity but as a recent bill was passed, allowing Civilians to obtain access to guns, this will surely decrease. Switzerland allows it's civilians to carry weapons and their crime rate is so low, they don't even carry statistics for it. It is a fact that when people can bear arms, as it is constitutionally adequate, and they can defend themselves, crime rates will lower. Criminals don't want to break into homes knowing people have guns that can hurt them. The crime stays amongst the criminals for the most part. There will always be crime, that is something that can never stop as there will always be unstable people, but if they are better educated this can be prevented. Regardless, Arizona is now better off due to the passing of this bill.

Here is an article regarding Arizona's Bill: Arizona House Approves Concealed Weapons Bill

Here is an article regarding why Switzerland has the lowest crime rate in the world: Why Switzerland Has The Lowest Crime Rate In The World

Somebody Is Watching You

Now, not only does the government constantly watch and monitor you, but now your employer's can too. Even as a student in school, you can be under the watchful eye of the faculty, monitoring your thoughts and actions. Is this just another way of getting the people used to constant surveillance? Preparation for a full-blown military state? We are stepping in that direction, that is for sure. How sick is it that laptops, given to students, are then used to watch these students outside of school, as they have the power to turn the webcam on at anytime. Some of these laptops are in students bedrooms. Employers can monitor your personal life outside of work and then use it against you if, for example, your political beliefs are different. The cell phones and equipment you are given from Companies or Schools that you work/study with are used to regulate you. It's sad but at least you only get fired, whereas in the US, with the government, you can be held in confinement indefinitely for no real reason except thinking differently than they do.... WE NEED FREEDOM!

Here is an article on this: Bosses in the Bedroom

Ron Paul For 2012 part 2

Here is Ron Paul speaking to the Tea Party movement at Tax Tea Party Day in Washington, DC. He talks about how our government is failing us the people because they have gotten to big. Quote of the day:

"The role of government is to protect our liberties." - Ron Paul

The problem is our government is NOT taking this role.

Check out the speech here - RON PAUL'S TEA PARTY SPEECH


Barrack Obama led Ron Paul by 1%, 42% to 41% respectively, out of the polling. Liberty and Freedom is around the corner.

One thing that I am afraid of is (even Ron Paul question the legitimacy of the poll) that this is just another deceitful media ploy. Look at how the tea party was taken out of context... Now Sarah Palin is leading the Tea Party movement?? The tea party is now just another group of big government followers, it's sad, but its reality. It isn't what is was meant to be. Ron Paul has faith and hope, even says in the following interview he is optimistic, and is our only hope in truly gaining our freedom back. Not all tea party followers are sheep, which is why I believe Ron Paul still speaks to them, but many of them are simply sheep following a government shepherd; aimlessly following whichever face is put in front of them to give direction. Seriously.. Sara Palin is the leading voice/face of the tea party movement, a woman who, during a speech to the tea party crowd, had to write down notes on her hand, one was: Lift people's spirits.

Here is Ron Paul on Fox following the Poll results - Election 2012: Barack Obama 42%, Ron Paul 41%

Monday, April 12, 2010

Ron Paul For 2012

Straw Poll Results and CNN episode

Ron Paul was 1 vote behind Mitt Romney for the lead, well ahead of Palin and Gingrich, in a recent straw poll taken to outlook potential Republican candidates. Here he is on CNN after the straw poll took place. If you notice, immediately Paul stresses the importance of liberty - your freedom - something we all should care about, personal liberty and freedom.

Check around 4:30 especially, as Ron Paul is talking about Government failure and national debt continuing to rise, the hosts panic, especially the female (don't know their names) as she starts bringing up pointless and off-topic issues such as racism. Racism keeps existing because Government and mainstream media keep bringing it up. You can even see her looking over at some producer standing behind the scenes waving her on. Even he says "it's blown out of proportion."

Blackwater, KBR, and Halliburton dissed

Colbert Report, April 5th, 2010

Great episode by Colbert, my favorite part being his diss of three corrupted Government contract companies, which took place during his "The Word" segment.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

They say Military Personnel are treating war like Video Games

American Military Shooting at Civilians (2 children included) and News Reporters -
Here is video footage showing this taking place.

Right to Have No Right

Literally, daily, our rights are being taken away from us. Recently the IPPF (International Planned Parent Federation) has created a declaration regarding Sexual Rights that, for example, will be taking away parents abilities to teach their children about sex. This is another step at twisting and contorting morality and taking away our rights, especially the rights of a parent. Even churches won't be allowed to teach about the perversions of pornography or any other perverted, degrading sexual entity. It literally says it wants to remove non-profit or religious rights in determining morality of sexual acts. So Non-profit and churches lose rights and are considered getting in the way if they attempt to teach of morality of sex and corporations get more power. Sex Sells..... It even states that sex offenders won't have to declare themselves as such. There is a video which goes into detail regarding this...
The Rockefeller family is sponsoring this.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Paralytic Perception

Paralytic Perception Provocatively Persistent
Realities Reception Relatively Resistant
Deluding Deception Delicately Distant
Exhaling Exceptions Empowering Existence

Intuition of Reminiscing Salvation's
Transacting Unanimous Nomination
Never Attributing Tyrannical Occupation
Giving Omni-Existence a Vaccination

Forged Effects Delivered
Counterfeit Intellect Acquired
Nominal Satisfaction Aspired
Dominate Echelon Admired

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Where is Freedom?

A man and his wife are unable to raise their child as they wish to freely do so. Their 7-year old son was taken from their home by Child Protective Services and still remains out of their custody. The entire case is completely ridiculous as the authorities have no right nor legal precedence to seize this child. An officer involved in the case states that during the raid, while armed officers stormed the house, the children (another child was present, a friend of Zachery's [their son]) were "crying for no reason." That is quoted because it comes directly off of the police report. Now, Barry and Candi face losing custody of their son, which is currently under custody of his paternal father, who has never had custody of his son before.
Barry Cooper is a former Drug Enforcement Officer who, along with Candi, are now deemed as "unsuitable parents" for many reasons, one of which includes them educating their son on how the "Drug War" is "evil as an act of mental abuse." This "unsuitable parents" classification comes regardless of the fact that "Travis County Deputy District Attorney Dayna Blazey declared the Coopers to be fit parents, whose children are healthy, happy and well cared for, and stated that the kids were not at risk." Info wars covers this story and I enjoyed this quote from their article:

"Apparently, police now believe that parents who teach their children not to trust the government, something the founding fathers encouraged, should have their kids seized by the CPS."

Here is a new ACT that is currently undergoing potential implementation for THIS YEAR:
"A close reading of the bill suggests it would allow the U.S. military to detain U.S. citizens without trial indefinitely in the U.S. based on suspected activity."
The Bill was introduced by John McCain to the Senate of the United States, in which it was read twice and referred to as A BILL: To provide for the interrogation and detention of enemy belligerents who commit hostile acts against the United States, to establish certain limitations on the prosecution of such belligerents for such acts, and for other purposes. 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled... It goes on:
Check it out here:
We are losing our freedom to think and act freely. The original constitution was written to avoid government having this much control, yet they've been taking it from us and continue to do so.
Enemy, Belligerent, Interrogation, Detention and Prosecution Act of 2010

Friday, April 2, 2010

Lindorff: Impeach Barack

Here is an interesting article in which facts are laid out as to why President Obama and many other members of his Administration and the previous Bush Administration should be impeached for War Crimes and Crimes against the constitution:

The Case for Impeachment of President Barack Obama

And the worst part about this is that we are paying for all of this... through taxes. Ron Paul mentioned in the video I included in the last post that IRS agents will be carrying guns to collect taxes... Fiscal-Military State anyone?... Wake up to reality.

Health Care Deformation

Ron Paul discussing with Lew Rockwell how the recent Health Care reform in America is actually going to harm the American people and restrain quality of health care. Check it out, here:

There is a lot of good information in this radio chat between these two very intellectual and qualified individuals: Lew Rockwell and Ron Paul

Do some research, both these men care about YOUR freedom and YOUR liberty, so maybe it's time to care about it too.

Thursday, April 1, 2010


Fox News discussing Obama and Israel relations and Israel's plan to build 1,800 apartments in East Jerusalem, a portion which belongs to the Palestinian people. The article mentions nothing of the fact that this is illegal and would mean that Israel is breaking Humanitarian Laws set forth in the Geneva convention. This is another step, blatantly revealing Israel's oppression of Palestinians, yet the reality of the situation is completely altered. As I mentioned, this is illegal (one of the estimated 154 UN Laws Israel is currently breaking) and that fact wasn't even mentioned in the article, nothing of the sort was. The story instead speculated on how Obama was wrong in possibly orchestrating the construction to continue on, as planned. The only fact in this article is that Obama is meeting with the Israeli prime minister and that a former mayor of New York (highest Jewish population outside of Israel, almost the same) had something to say about it.
Here is the article:

Here are some videos showing what is really happening over there, with real life footage of real people in real situations:

Israeli Soldier's Shooting At Civilian Farmer's

Gaza: The Killing Zone - Israel/Palestine (This is what our governments are supporting)

As stated in previous posts, before the mass amounts of Zionests flocked and invaded the land previously known as the British Mandate of Palestine, the Jews that lived their with Arabs, did so in peace, without conflict.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Govern Who?

To put it simply, our governments are not doing anything near to what they are supposed to be doing. It doesn't matter how far back you look into history, the whole idea of government was to have a body of like minded individuals with the ability to represent the people's best interests. They were implemented to offer protection and to work for the people.

Today, this has been reversed, where WE WORK FOR OUR GOVERNMENTS, and it is as literal as it sounds. In both Constitution Acts of Canada and the United States, it says that these are only applicable to Employees of the appropriate Corporation (for us, the Corporation of Canada) and that what ever bi-laws, acts and regulations they create, can only be enforced to the Employees.

It is tricky and fairly complicated, but such a realm has been created in which each one of us are actually two entities, two people; One, a corporate entity, registered as an employee (birth certificate, SIN/SSN) and therefore forced to follow every one of the hundreds of acts, regulations and bi-laws that have been created. They have even made it so that they are able to use force on us. And the other, seemingly non-existent, but in reality, it is the real us, the one that is not forced to do things against their will, or that is referred to as numbers.

Why should be pay thousands of more dollars to our government for licenses, fees, taxes or whatever else they charge us for? Because that is how they've created the system to work, in their favor. It was once supposed to be for the benefit of the people, whom the governing body was representing. Instead, we have become enslaved the moment we are registered as their property and we are not even given a chance to independently speak or think freely. Times have changed, and they always keep changing, I just hope that more and more of us realize we can effect the change for our better; the peoples better.

A few examples of how this system is harming us:

- We are reliant upon our government, rather than them being reliant on us.

- We are unable to live properly, freely; although we are heavily deceived into believing that we can.

- We cannot do anything without our governments permission and therefore, they know what we are doing 95% of the time.

- Our economy is run by a system which creates the phenomenon known as "Inflation", which in turn leads to interest rates and prices rising. So many people are unemployed and left stranded, while big banks and corporations are bailed out with billions of taxpayer dollars and government authorities and CEO's receive millions in bonuses from those same taxpayer's pockets. There is nothing actually backing the value of money, so inflation must exists for this to flow properly. Only problem is, it ends up flowing over top of and consuming those known as the consumers leaving only a few people profiting heavily.

- Government regulation on gun control: It is a fact that in States in America where the government has not removed people's Constitutional Right to bear arms, Crime rates are actually lower. Look at the country of Switzerland, everyone has a gun, no one dies. The reason for this is simple: when people are given their Right to bear arms, they are able to protect and defend them and their family. Those considering breaking into a home or robbing someone will be much more hesitant in doing so knowing that their is a gun in the home.

- Obviously, poverty plays into this, but poverty only exits because nothing is actually free, because people cannot freely decide how they want to be successful. People cannot be themselves, hence the constant trend in people trying to be others (celebrities, pop culture figures) or anything but who they truly are.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Free Market and Colbert

Two things I want to say based on this episode:

a) Free Market would solve problems of poverty as it gives people an opportunity to profit however they choose to do so, as long as they don't harm anyone, steal from anyone or use fraud. Capitalism simply allows only the top echelon to profit while the others pay for it. It reduces opportunity and crushes competition. Competition is healthy, it is needed for industries to continue growing and developing. Capitalism leads way for too much power and greed, and too few people to control it.

b) Our Health Care systems are based on treatment, rather than cures. When you go to the hospital, you are given pills, which subsidize or reduce (treat) whatever it is you have. The Pharmaceutical companies profit heavily from this, and most of the times the drugs are ineffective or the side effects are worse than the original symptoms. The Free Market would also solve this, as health care would be based on the best offered and companies would be able to compete on service and quality. Treatment would be included, but cures would be implemented and more heavily researched/developed as they would always be looking to be the best in the industry.

Colbert Report, March 18, 2010

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Paul vs Bernake

Ron Paul is the man and here he is facing off against Ben Bernake, chairman of the Federal Reserve. This took place on March 17th at the Financial Services Hearing. It's a good video to watch. Here are some of my favorite quotes:
Paul says "Free Market people see that the dependency on regulation is just imaginary, because the fault is, all these mistakes are being made, because they have false information... price fixing, nobody is advocating wage and price control because of all the false information, you can't run an economy with price fixing, that's why Socialism false... if you fix the price of the interest rates, one half of the economy goes 'your messing with the Monetary system' and all of a sudden instead of dealing with that, we say 'we just need more and smarter regulation." He asks Bernake, "doesn't this bother you?"
Bernake responds, "We need some system to set the money supply. I guess you are a Gold Standard suppoter?"
Paul simply responds back, "I am for the constitution."
Bernake stutters and ignores this and only goes on to state how every major country in the world is run by a central bank and "never the less, this (the actions of a Central Bank and it being the controller of a countries money supply) is a choice that's made.
Paul replies "But then there is no good information left for the Investor unfortunately."
Here is the link:

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Government.. er, Corporate Coercion

Recently, an incident in my current city regarding people's liberties and freedoms has been addressed. A man, who is a member of the FreeMan on the Land Society (the website has been shut down), appeared in court under criminal coercion and duress.
The Freeman movement are people claiming they are no longer property of the Corporation of Canada. They believe that regulations and acts take away from our liberties and freedoms and that by becoming a FreeMan they only abide by the Common Law: "which is the true law: You don't hurt one another, you don't steal and you don't commit fraud in your contracts," the defendant said in a Newspaper interview, which can be found HERE
The court proceeding was eventually dismissed several times, each time as the defendant tried to defend himself, until the court room was emptied and police then guarded the entrance, making sure no one entered into the room. The entire time, the defendant was not given a chance to defend himself. Here is video of footage taken from outside the courtroom where you can see police blocking entrance to the courtroom, several people gathered outside.
Canada is in fact a Corporation, as is the United States and every other country. Check it out, it's real.
Corporate Canada
Corporation of Canada Company Information

How Can This Happen?

Please, watch this video... This is a horrible event and you may even feel sick to your stomach after watching it, but this is what we are paying our police to be doing.
72 Year Old Woman Tased

Saturday, March 20, 2010

History is Now

History is important. In many ways it helps to define who and what we are today. Each one of us has our own history, our own past leading up to the present. Why is it then that history is altered? Why are facts and truths changed and rearranged? History is what it is, or well, I should say, it was what it was, but today, it is not always what it seems. Even more so, it is not always adequately in order nor is it always including proper details. There are many instances in which our history has been changed and is still being changed, important events, people and places are being forgotten.

Dwelling on the past is never a good thing, it can be distracting of the present. This is something I have learned and am still realizing. The past cannot be changed, only the present and the future. Some people believe in events being predestined, already set in place to happen. To a certain degree, I believe this, but I also know that each one of us are given the ability to decide. Yes, you heard it, and sadly it seems not many people are aware of this, but we are each able to choose and decide for our own. Well, these choices and decisions only go so far, as, for example, it is clear that we cannot choose what we or our children are being taught.

Education is important, yet it is being diminished in its intellect and progression of who it is educating. We should be given the best education possible ensuring us the best results. The information should be important, relevant (and not relevant in the political way it currently revolves around), and truthful. It should include as much information as possible, in fact, it should include all of it. Now, that doesn't mean it all has to be taught, but why should we forget the truth? Why should we fabricate what truly once was in existence?

History is now, today will soon be yesterday and tomorrow will come as today. We decide our own historys by the choices we make and I believe it is our right as humans to be given the choice of what we want to collectively learn. I also do not believe it is appropriate, nor correct in any way, to alter the actualities of the past and turn them into something that is appealing to politics today. That is what is has come to, our information is being tainted and our intellect is being stolen from us. There are facts of this, such as in America, SAT tests where actually reduced in difficulty so that the marks would become higher. This was an illusion that education had progressed, when in fact they continued to stupify it and us for that matter. We deserve excellence, the best for ourselves, esepecially since in this system we are paying our government to supply most, if not all, aspects of life for us. I believe we should be in a free market society and should have every choice made available to us, every aspect of life made better by our decisions, not by the decisions of a few people. This is our life, our world, and it is regulated to the point where we can not even earn a decent education, where facts are not given to us. That doesn't sound like freedom to me. History is being altered to represent the current situations of today, rather than reflect on the great moments, achievements and struggles toward liberty people have had to face. People need to open their eyes, we are now in history, and one day will be history, I hope we can be remembered for the people that stood up for freedom, rather than those that continued to give it away.

We Tell You What You Need To Know

More on educational mishaps, the Daily Show showing us how what we are being taught doesn't always mean we are being taught what happened:

History of Now

I've never been a big fan of our education system, but it bothers me how it is constantly rearranged to better suit today, rather than properly depicting what once was. Colbert Report shows us some ways of how this is happening:

Btw if your wondering why "cats sh*t on our food", it is because of government regulation on our food and agricultural industries.

Colbert Report March 16th, 2010 - Full Episode

Corporate Schemes

Daily Show takes a good look at some Corporate corruption taking place, watch it, it's the truth. It's pretty straight forward. Then a look at some Catholic scandals and an interview with Jude Law.

Daily Show March 16th, 2010 - Full Episode

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Eyewitness News Eyewitnessed Doing Fake News

Beautiful, nice "Moment of Zen" on the Daily Show where you can clearly see the Eyewitness News broadcasting a report of a flood, as several people are "staying afloat in rafts." The camera pans out and a man walks in, standing in the same "flooded waters" as the rafts.

Here it is:

America: Israel's Godfather

The fact of the matter is, Israel was not a nation until after the Zionist movement began and before the Zionist movement began, Jews and Arabs lived in the British mandated land of Palestine, and they lived there in peace. In 1948, after WWII, many Jews, with the help of Britain (since the early 1900s), had arrived there, thus on Man 14th they were given Independence and the formation of the State of Israel proceeded. This happened, regardless of the fact that it was Palestine and had a majority of Arab's living there.

The American's backed the Israeli nation 100% with military infrastructure, weaponry, vehicles and financial aid, a funding that has continued to this day at 2+ billion a year. It costs the average taxpayer $23,240, per Israeli.

The nation of Israel is breaking many Humanitarian Laws against the Palestinians, as are the American's in the war's against other Middle Eastern countries. This has nothing to do with religion, as it so often relates back to: Muslim terrorists. This is ALL about money, people are getting rich from this, not a lot, in fact the majority are paying for it through tax dollars.

There are good people everywhere in the world, every country, every city. It is the indifference of good people that is frightening. It is that some people don't know any better, or choose not to know any better. It is when oppression and difference become constant and important. When justice is blind and ignorance is bliss, then, the good is forgotten and wrong is the only thing left.

Eyes need to be opened, and ears need to pay attention to what is being said. The truth is out there, you have to look for it, but there are people willing to talk about the truth, the facts, the reality. There is a lot of deceit and a lot of bull**** being said by Politicians and mainstream media, but outside of that (the odd time within), there is more to it than a few peoples opinions. There are the real actualities and the informative truths existing before our eyes and ears to grasp. We don't need to be robbed of our liberties, freedoms or self. This goes for everyone everywhere because it is a constant trend I have noticed, thankfully some people have seen it.

I know this was pretty general, but it's one star of the many America and other nations are corruptly involved in. For the record, I'd be pissed if someone told me I couldn't live where I was living because they wanted to live there. Here are some links to coincide with what I've said:

You CAN be in two places at once

Israeli scientists have recently developed methods, which in turn can be used to fabricate DNA evidence. Great, so now we can be two places at once... If it's made to be so.

Why does man continue to play God?

Or does man really think (if you believe in God) that we, his/her creation, can re-create and/or out-think him/her?

Either way, this could be horrible for peoples privacy and freedom, among many other things. Check the link for more info.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Stewart vs Thiessen

You be the judge, but this was definitely another great Daily Report episode. John Stewart faces off with Marc Thiessen, who claimed, at the end of the live program, that Stewart didn't give him enough time to talk on air. Watch the interview, Thiessen is given an adequate amount of time to talk, only he doesn't use it very validly. Stewart fires off intellectual rhetoric and response without hesitation, in the end leaving Thiessen a bit on edge. Thiessen is a former Speech Writer of former President George W. Bush, which explains everything perfectly. Imagine, someone even stupider and just as extreme had to write what Bush was going to say.

Death Means Success?

Great episode of the Daily Show, check it out. A little exposing of mainstream media's lack of reality or truth and how our government helps to remove truth/reality from truth and reality. Also, some interesting information on Wall Street fraud and, remember Barry Madoff.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies and More Dirty Lies The Government Tells Us.

That's the title of Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura's new book, definitely one that is worth a read in my opinion. This is an interview of him discussing it on NBC. One thing that stood out to me was when he states "I wanted people to know 100 years from now, not everyone bought into the lies." Check it out.

Many people are conformed to follow whatever lies are told, most of what we are told are lies. Mr. Venture provides us with facts about how we are being lied to. If only more people saw the truth behind, and the results of, this constant deceit we are being fed.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Thank You Ron Paul

No one says what he says the way he says it. Ron Paul is a true American politician representing the best interests of the people. Listen to what he has to say, at least. The video is a little over five minutes, at least listen to one politician speaking truthfully for that short period of time.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Great episode, if you don't watch this show regularly, check this episode out.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

The F Word

Since the dawn of time Families have always been a considerably important aspect of community and civilization alike. The Family has been re-defined numerously over the centuries, reinvented and re-approached while reinforcing new ideals into it. Today, it is considered a collaboration of various individuals that are bonded either by blood, marriage or affinity. The original formation of a family has slowly been losing its importance and impact on people, both individually and communally.

A family is like a tree. It has its roots and from those roots forms a trunk, the base, the solid foundation. As the years pass it begins growing larger, buds slowly developing in different directions, but still, everything is attached all the way down to the roots. Soon branches are formed and they continue to grow, forming leaves and seeds which can be planted to grow more trees. They require the light of day to be most productive and depend on nutrients from the earth's soil and water to develop and stay healthy. Some branches become sick and it requires energy from the entire tree to restore it no normal. Sometimes, branches even die and yet, for some time, they stay attached. Sure, they can always be cut off, but eventually they will fall off on their own. The tree will continue growing and developing seeds and leaves, that is, until it is damaged. As soon as a living branch is cut off of it, it is weakened, it's production slows down, concentrating mostly on the injured portion. The more branches that are cut off, the weaker and weaker it gets. If too many branches are cut and the tree is unable to heal itself properly, not effort is given (or can be given because there are too many cuts), then the entire tree can die. A family is like a tree because regardless of how big it is, how many people are involved in it, they are all apart of it, they are all attached. Both of them require maintenance, care and appreciation in order to survive and not a single branch can survive solely on its own.

The term family is common throughout history, in fact, in religious contexts, it has been around since the creation of mankind. Adam and Eve were the first “Nuclear Family.” Since then Families have slowly evolved and developed from a Husband and a Wife with their own children to anywhere from a Wife and a Wife with an adopted kid from a war-torn or oppressed nation to a Single Woman with Six children from six different fathers. The strength of Families, and also within them, has also dwindled incredibly. There were times when children respected parents and also a time when parents were respectable enough to call themselves such. People used to proud of their families and their ancestry, families were big, sometimes entire communities consisted of a few families, or even one largely extended family. They were important and are important because, just think, if even one link is missing, that effects every link following it. My grandparents made it out of war-torn Poland and came to Canada (I posted an earlier post on this), but if they hadn't, let alone had they not met, I would not be here today typing this.

Many children that are born into this world without are born without marital consent, in some cases forcing a marriage and legal family to be formed (this was known in the early 20th Century as a “Shot-gun wedding” because the father of the bride would sometimes have a shotgun at the wedding ceremony to ensure the groom married his pregnant daughter. [abortions were not allowed because they didn't agree with ending any human life]). Most people are not truly ready to be parents, or do not care enough and so they irresponsibly raise their child(ren). We were all children before and we should be thankful for being alive in the first place and appreciate whoever it was that brought us into this world, but it is up to the parents to be “parents.” A child is a creation between a man and a woman, both have equal responsibility of their actions. There are consequences for every choice we make, so take responsibility for your actions. There are plenty of single mothers and fathers out there who are doing a better job than two parents put together. A mother and father should both have a part in a child's life, and it would be best if he child was in a “family” of both the paternal parents, but either way, that child needs guidance into this world and it is up to the parents to their job.

Families are being forgotten and in a lot of ways it is difficult for people to securely maintain one. It is only difficult because the choices are a) so few, b) so askew. Without substantial merit or abundant cause within society, they are basically irrelevant. There is a major independence streak in today's society that is effecting not only the imagery of Families but also the actual existence of them. Three major reasons for this decline are: 1) Government, 2) Education [correlation to the first point], and 3) Media [also in correlation to the first point]. Basically, to sum it up those three aspects are in a combined trend that has, over time, corrupted, tainted and devolved the Families true sanctity, leaving us with a scattered puzzle. Bottom line is that, regardless of where you fit into the puzzle, you are still one of the pieces that make it complete. A family is a family, regardless of who and what makes it such and it is up to those people and those people alone to make sure that it is in tact.

The importance of Families have been undermined so much that, today, a parents role is nearly a role at all (this role has been in a downward spiral since government took control of Families). They can be a huge portion of support and when you break it down, every one of us comes from one and every community is a collaboration comprised of them. Logically and simply put: We all need Family, we are all a part of one. Why go through the trouble of it being trouble when we can have it to benefit ourselves and the others in it. It should be a strongly-bonded and closely knit group of people of sharing or similar beliefs that look to each other for support, guidance and appreciation. We should appreciate who we are and what we have in this world, especially our family, after all, we do share the same blood.