Sunday, May 31, 2009

Why We Fight

Some words of wisdom.

"It's not a tragedy, I had to lose one day. I must accept my defeats with the same level of calm that I accept my victories." ~Raphael Nadal after being upset in the French Open.

He won the previous 4 French Opens.

The Office UK "My Mother's Breasts"

The Office UK "New Secretary"

Friday, May 29, 2009

Wall Street "Sauna Scene"

They just finished playing squash, and they're sitting in the sauna, and this is where Gekko starts to turn Bud to the Dark Side.

Bud: It's a very nice club, Mr. Gekko.

Gekko: Yeah, not bad for a city college boy. Bought my way in, now all these Ivy League schmucks are sucking my knee caps. I just got on the board of the Bronx Zoo. It cost me a mill. [shakes his head] That's the thing you got remember about WASPS....they love animals, but they can't stand people.

Bud: [pauses] uhhh...Mr. Gecko...[clears throat] We took a little loss today. We got stopped out on TerraFly—about a hundred grand.

Gekko: [laughs] ....Well, I guess your dad's not a union rep of that company.

Bud: [a bit bewildered] How do you know about my father?

Gekko: [gets up] The most valuable commodity I know of is information. Wouldn't you agree?

Bud: Yeah.

Gekko: [he turns and leaves] [cuts to the locker room and they're getting dressed] The Public's out there and they're trowing darts at a board....I don't throw darts at a board. I bet on sure Sun Tsu "The Art of War" —every battle is won before it's ever fought. [point at Bud] Think about it.

You're not as smart as I thought you were, buddy boy. Every wonder why Fund Managers can't beat the S & P 500? ...cause they're sheep and sheep get slaughtered. I've been in this business since 69. All these Harvard MBA types—they don't add up to dogshit. Give me guys that are poor, smart, and hungry—and no feelings. You win a few, you loose a few, but you keep on fighting. And if you need a friend, get a dog. It's trench warfare out there, pal. [some weaselly looking guy butts in: How's the Cargile deal going? Gordon says, "Well, you should know, pal." The weaselly guys calls him an asshole and walks off.]

—I got 20 other brokers analyzing charts, I don't need another one. [Gordon pats Bud on the back] See you around buddy.

Bud: [gets up] I'm not just another broker, Mr. Gekko. If you give me another chance, I'll prove it to you. I'll go the extra mile. Just give me one more chance....Please?

Gekko: You want another chance?

Bud: Fuckin A!

Gekko: Then you stop sending me information, and you start getting me some. Now, get dressed, and I'll show you my charts.

[Gekko then goes on to persuade Bud to go out and get inside information, and it's quite the persuasive argument—if you're not inside, you're outside, and if you're not willing to get inside information, you might as well forget about it, you're just another one of the sheep lining up for the slaughterhouse.]

Personally, I think that's the winning attitude to have when it comes to trading stocks. If you want to be successful in the world of trading stocks, you need an informational edge.

Here's what I'm talking about—early last year my Kool-Aid began wearing off in regards to 9/11. I, along with thousands of other people, had some questions about 9/11 that were never answered. Fortunately for me, some people were able to make documentaries that tried to answer those questions.

So, when I woke up, I was noticing the DOW around 14,000, and I was 100% sure the market was going down—I realized more so than ever that there were dark forces at work in America, and these fucktards were manipulating things.

The short sell of the DOW was a rare analysis that I was 100% sure about. I don't have anymore at the moment, but I am thinking these dark forces in America are putting together another false flag terrorism attack maybe in 2010 or 2011. If this happens, expect the DOW to go to 2000.

The Americans who pulled off 9/11 are evil. They have not been brought to justice. I expect them to commit more mega acts of evil. WW3 will not be far off from our future.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

You probably should watch this about the Rothchilds

David Miscavige: His Violence Exposed

Keep this video in mind whenever you are choosing to see a movie with a Scientologist in it.

You are indirectly supporting David Miscavige anytime you buy a movie ticket with Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Giovanni Ribisi, Jason Lee, Jenna Elfman—and the list goes on.

Moreover, I don't have a problem with any person's Freedom of Religion. Anyone is entitled to believe whatever they choose.

However, if you support violence, the break-up of families, or the abuse of some else's human rights granted by our Constitution like Freedom of Speech, you are not apart of a real religion, in my opinion.

Scientology exists only through the Rights created by the Constitution of the United States of America. For any Scientologist to do anything that tramples on another person's basic Rights granted by the Bill of Rights is inexcusable.

Real religions do not engage in compassionless activities—only mafia-type organizations do—you should know better, if you claim to be involved in Scientology.

If the members of Scientology wish to continue in this world, David Miscavige needs to be expelled and arrested as well as the members, who are guilty of similar violent crimes—the self-imposed Internet censorship needs to come to an end.

The members of Scientology, if they wish to continue as an organization, need to atone for all of the abuses inflicted on the people, who came to Scientology for help.

—The abusive policies—the one's that restrict a person's true freedom—KSW, Billion Year Contracts, CSW, Lower Conditions, Fair Game, Freeloader, regging people for their life savings, etc...all of these abusive policies that violate the Golden Rule need to be abolished.

—The abusive registration practices—taking all of a person's money through high pressure tactics for whatever purpose is wrong and evil—the entire "Bridge" should cost no more than $10 thousand dollars, and if someone wishes to give more, it should be based on Scientology's merits and done out of the generosity of one's heart.

—The practice of pyramiding power is evil and needs to be abolished in Scientology—make all the materials available wherever a person, who wants them, lives.

—The practice of lying about "the power of the material" and the secrecy needs to be abolished—there is no phenomenon between pneumonia and OT3—release all the materials and ban all confidentially.

—The practice of stringing people along needs to abolished—if the materials really stop at OT8, then admit it.

—The abusive recruitment practices need to abolished—L. Ron Hubbard's true history needs to be revealed in an "official" biography that outlines the good, the bad, and the ugly. People deserve to be informed about L. Ron Hubbard before they make choices that will effect their lives forever—the lying needs to stop. Let the people of Scientology know the truth about L. Ron's personality. It's doubtful anyone will want to be associated once they find out what a raving lunatic he was, but if they do, so be it.

Most importantly: any staff or Sea Org member, who as ever been to coerced into having an abortion or physically or mentally abused—deserves atonement and restitution. If the remnants of Scientology are going to have any kind of dignity, they better take responsibility for their actions. Saying— "You pulled it in" is heartless and evil, and anyone pretending to be a religion should at least be able to recognize that philosophy "you pulled it in" is about as devoid of humanity as you can possibly be.

You better recognize David Miscavige has cast an even darker cloud of evil over the organization, and he has only embraced some of the most evil practices that should have ended with the death of L. Ron Hubbard.

You—the Scientologist—better recognize that whatever's left in the aftermath of the expulsion, wholesale revision of policy, and the atonement is that Scientology is there to serve humanity as religion by being kind.

If you fail to act honestly from here on out, then expect more public outrage.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

The New American Century

This film goes in detail through the untold history of The Project for the New American Century with tons of archival footage and connects it right into the present. This film exposes how every major war in US history was based on a complete fraud with video of insiders themselves admitting it. This film shows how the first film theaters in the US were used over a hundred years ago to broadcast propaganda to rile the American people into the Spanish-American War. This film shows the white papers of the oil company Unocal which called for the creation of a pipeline through Afghanistan and how their exact needs were fulfilled through the US invasion of Afghanistan. This film shows how Halliburton under their “cost plus” exclusive contract with the US Government went on a mad dash spending spree akin to something out of the movie Brewster’s Millions, yet instead of blowing $30 million they blew through BILLIONS by literally burning millions of dollars worth of hundred thousand dollar cars and trucks if they had so much as a flat tire. “A stunning film. It should be seen as widely as possible, in cinemas, bars, clubs, at meetings and, of course, through the internet. I’m sure the film will continue to be a source of debate and political education for many years. Maybe until the war criminals have been brought to trial.” – Ken Loach While Massimo Mazzucco’s first political documentary, GLOBAL DECEIT (2006), focused on the long list of inconsistencies in the official version of the 9/11 attacks, THE NEW AMERICAN CENTURY explores the historical, philosophical and economic background that suggests a matrix for such events that is much closer to home than the so-called “Islamic terrorism”. The film provides solid evidence for the true reasons behind the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, whose unfolding is described in chilling detail in a document called “Project for the New American Century”, published in the year 2000, that seems to have served as the actual blueprint for such dramatic events.

Aaron Russo explaining WTF is going on in America.

republic |riˈpəblik| noun

—a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch.

Mr. Russo ties a bow around everything I'm thinking about what's going on in my country.

RIP, brother.

Gavin Rossdale "Love Remains The Same"

Well, it's not the video I like so much as the song itself. The song is beautiful.


Short Videos of bombs in WTC and people saying they witnessed bombs in the Twin Towers

Sunday, May 24, 2009

The Brotherhood of Darkness—Dr. Stanley Monteith

It is impossible to understand the unfolding of world events without the information contained in this video. What was the origin of the Council on Foreign Relations, and what is its relationship to Freemasonry, Theosophy, Socialism and Communism? This video is felt by many researchers to be the best single source of information on the movements working to create a New World Order. No researcher, or seeker for the truth should be without a copy of this highly acclaimed presentation.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Hemp For Victory

Here's an interesting conversation about hemp.

Most Americans don't know the history of hemp in America.

For example, it can be used as food, paper, brick, plastic, medicine, biodiesel, clothing, etc...

It's been said that a country trying to survive without growing hemp is like a carpenter trying to build a house without a hammer.

More on this topic later.

Ron Paul "Have We Lost Our Mind?"

Yahoo Serious is sort of one of my heroes

Most people don't even know who Yahoo Serious is.

He's the writer, director, producer, star of Young Einstein, which was kind of a goofy/zanny movie made back in 1988.

I guess the thing that I thought I appreciate about him was whenever I finished watching the film, and I saw all the credits role, it was probably the 1st time I realized that one person could have a hand in every aspect of a film and the outcome was a fun sincere movie that didn't completely suck.

I can see where other people might have this realization in other ways, but for me, it was when the credits rolled and I kept seeing Yahoo Serious' name over and over—he did everything.

It gave me a new appreciation of his film and of film as artist medium.

If I ever got the chance to meet Yahoo Serious, I would thank him for that.

New World Order Lessons From Star Trek

Confessions of an Economic Hitman (5 Parts)

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Orwell Rolls In His Grave

I've tried through various posts to express my views of our media. Unfortunately, I don't think I've done a very good job.

This video, however, actually does a pretty damn good job of saying everything I've ever wanted to say about how our free press is no longer a free press.

Our world is brimming with corruption. So much is happening that shouldn't be.

When the media is used to manipulate instead of inform, We the People are no longer living in a free country.

Did you know there's a revolution happening in Guatemala?

Yep, but our useless media ignores it.

...Because American Idol is way more important than our neighbors who may or may not be in a life or death struggle.

All I can say is—Wow.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Why the Death of Journalism Means the Death of America...

Hello Friends.

There is a good reason why journalism is dying in America, and it starts by understanding the big picture, and if you read this article you'll have a better understanding of the big picture.

So, the first step to understanding the big picture is understanding that America has been under attack since 1913.

So then, the question is who has been attacking America? —America, our elected Congress, turned over the power to print money in 1913 to the private, for-profit, unelected Federal Reserve, and since then the value of the dollar has declined 95%.

95% may not seem like a very big deal, if you feel like you're living well, but what that really means is Americans are 95% less FREE—life could actually be better then your wildest dreams for all Americans.

Or, let me put it to you another way—how much better would your life be, if you had 95% more money in your pocket right now.

Here's a quote from Napoleon Bonaparte, who said in 1815, "When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they [the bankers] and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes... Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain."

So in reality, Americans have seen diminished quality of life as well as a loss of control of the U.S. Government since 1913 because of the private Federal Reserve.

But the reality is a little bit worse and more evil than that. Here's a quote from the Times of London from 1863 to show you what I mean, "If this mischievous financial policy, [Constitutional Money] which has it’s origins in North America, shall become enduring down to a fixture, that government shall furnish it’s own money without cost, it will pay off debts, it will be without debt, it will have all the money necessary to carry on it’s commerce. It will become prosperous without precedent in the history of the world. The brains and wealth of all countries will go to North America. That country must be destroyed, or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe.” Shortly thereafter, Abraham Lincoln was assassinated.

America was a Free Republic, which threatened all the old power structures of the world. So what the conspirators did in 1913 was fulfill and age old dream to seize control of America by taking the ultimate power away from We the People, and every President since 1913 has been an agent of the Federal Reserve to some degree.

So again, what power does the Federal Reserve have, which is destroying our country? The private Federal Reserve has the power to print money out of thin air and loan it out at interest. That's easy work, if you can get it.

President Woodrow Wilson was president in 1913 and later in life, he made this statement about his creation—the Federal Reserve, “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated [in the hands of a few men]. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world and are no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction, and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.”

Now you're probably thinking, "What does this have to do with Journalism?"

Well, let's ask some questions because that's what journalists do: If the economy was turned over to a private bank and the Presidents have all been their agents except for John F. Kennedy, what has really been going on in America? How is a journalist, a member of the free press, supposed to report on an American society that is no longer a free society without inciting a revolution?

Moreover, a thorough understanding of American history of the last 100 years clearly shows that everything that has happened in America since 1913 should not have happened and would not have happened, if We the People controlled our government, and I'm referring to WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan—America should not have engaged in any of these wars, but We the People have done so, and We fought wars because We are not really in control of our government?

History has shown that the easiest thing for a government to do is manipulate its people to fight a war. In fact, here's a quote from Julius Cesear where he's admitting it, “Beware of the leader, who strikes the war drum in order to transfer the citizens into patriotic glow, patriotism is indeed a double-sided sword. It makes the blood [flow] so boldly, like it constricts the intellect. And if the striking of the war drum reached a febrile [fever] height and the blood is cooking and hating, and the intellect is dismissed, the leader doesn’t need to reject the citizens rights. The citizens, caught by anxiety and blinded through patriotism, will subordinate all their rights to the leader and this even with happy courage. Why do I know that? I know it, because this is what I did, and I am Gajus Julius Cäsar.”

Isn't this interesting? War has become the American Way of Life because our puppet presidents, who do the bidding of the private Federal Reserve, lead us into war after unnecessary war.

So again, good journalists would have to be reporting on the truth about America's Wars, and the truth about our current wars is that We the People should not be in Iraq and Afghanistan.

But the New York Times, Time Magazine, and the Washington Post and the other "prestigious" papers in America are not reporting that We the People should be pulling out our troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, and why the hell not?

Again the answer is simple and I'm going to give you a quote by David Rockefeller to give the answer as to why our free press is failing We the People, “We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine, and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings [at the CFR and Bilderberg] and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world [One World Government] if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during these years. But the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government which will never again know war, but only peace and prosperity for the whole of humanity. [Yeah right!] The supranational sovereignty [One World Government] of an intellectual elite and world banks is surely preferable to the national auto-determination [a democratic government of, for, and by the people] practiced in the past centuries. It is also our duty to inform the press of our convictions as to the historic future of the century.”

And just so you know David Rockefeller is one of the shareholders of the private for-profit Federal Reserve, and if you think he plans FOR FORTY YEARS IN SECRET because he gives a damn about We the People, you're an idiot.

If David Rockefeller's plans were so fantastic, he could have bought commercial time and announced to the entire country exactly what his plans for us were.

So, is it starting to make some sense?

You see, John F. Kennedy was murdered, but before THEY murdered him here's what he had to say about THEM, and by "them" I mean this conspiracy that emanates from the Federal Reserve and controls America, “There exists in this country a plot to enslave every man, woman, and child. Before I leave this high and noble office I intend to expose this plot!”

Isn't this interesting? Would it surprise you to know both John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln were both assassinated, and they both printed Constitutional Money, which was free of manipulation from private banks like the Federal Reserve.

So, if one was to be a good and studious journalist in America one needs to connect the dots and the dots are not easily connected because the dots span many lifetimes, but the truth is there for all to see, if you're interested in finding out the truth.

We the People get glimpses of the truth all the time, but rarely do We get the chance see the truth as a whole. It's a tough job to wrap one's wits around the big picture because a journalist has to sift through about a million lies to find those few tiny drops of truth.

Then, a journalist has to take those drops and put them into perspective. Here's another quote from John F. Kennedy, which provides a little perspective, "Even today, there is little value in ensuring the survival of our nation, if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger for we [We the People] are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covet means [secrecy].”

So again, here's the truth: America has been under attack, and the attack has not been from the "barbarians storming the gates."

America has been under attack from within by an evil & arrogant group of conspirators such as David Rockefeller, who are dumb enough to brag in their memoirs with statements such as this, “—For more than a century, ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents 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 [secret society] 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's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”

So, what is a journalist to do? Should we put on horse-blinders and join the hordes of dopes, who are too stupid to connect the dots, and start reporting on whether or not Britney Spears waxes her vagina?

So then, when our great cities are burning rubble because the next puppet president leads America into the next unnecessary war and it finally completely destroys our country, should "We the Sell-Out Journalists" pull out sticks roast some marshmallows on the burning heaps and say, "It was fun while it lasted."

Because America is dying, and any journalist, who cares about the truth, is going to seem like a party pooper, when they report how grave the situation is for our beloved America.

Because a real journalist has to take offense to traitors like David Rockefeller. A real journalist has the duty to connect the dots and report on what's going on in this country. A real journalist has to risk offending some Americans by saying to Americans, "if you don't get off your lazy, stupid, good for nothing asses and start getting involved in taking back our country, you deserve to be a slave and you deserve to have our cities destroyed by an unnecessary war and you deserve to lose everything you love."

I'm sorry to have to say that, but I'm not playing a role on some retarded sitcom on primetime TV. I'm not one in the fleet of "respected" journalists, who are playing the game of providing a smoke screen for the elite bankers

America literally hangs in the balance because America has a warmachine that needs to be fed and it's got its sights set on WW3 because guess who too profits from wars—that's right—Private Banks.

The reality is as Napoleon stated, "...Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain." They care about themselves and no one else!!

And here is the sickest part of this conspiracy that enslaves America: Americans could all be freer than you could possibly imagine. We the People could all have months of leisure time. Men could work and easily support their families. Moms could have the time to take care of children and their homes and work if they felt like it. Everything would be paid off in almost every home in America because the money We the People earned would have real value.

The American government would never be engaging in wars. There would be no National Debt. There would be no racial division. Americans could travel freely without being strip searched.

Things would be FREE in America, and by free, I mean, they would not cost anything. You wouldn't have an electric bill because the electrical infrastructure would be completely renewable and completely paid off by the government [We the People], which was working of, for, and by We the People. No one would be paying a cable or internet bill because the infrastructure would have been built and paid off by We the People.

Another thing, our taxes would be collected completely differently. You would not pay an Income Tax—the IRS would have never existed. You would be paying a voluntary National Sales Tax, and the money you paid into to the government would actually be coming right back to you in some form of a benefit. For example, instead of $1.5 trillion dollars of your involuntary Income Tax going towards America's warmachine and the National Debt, your tax dollars would be going right back to you and your family in the form of your healthcare and your children's college educations.

You might think I'm talking about communism and socialism, but I'm not. I'm talking about a system of government that works of, for, and by We the People. I'm talking about a system of government that has removed from it all the lying, murdering, stealing, greedy, bankers.

Communism and Socialism were invented by Private Banks. Why do you think those systems have been so demonized? Who is responsible for their demonization? Both Communism and Socialism are systems where the elite private banks are still in control of the money, and that is why they are so corrupt, but they are also systems where people are supposed to live more cooperatively, which makes demonizing seem odd.

Public Trusts work as long as they remain Public Trusts, and that's what I'm talking about. Most Americans feel pretty good about their Fire Department—that's a public trust—it's not communism or socialism—it's system where Americans have realized a basic human need is actually a basic human Right.

These private bankers that stole our Freedom in 1913 have created a giant payment plan that has enslaved We the People, and We the People have willing gone along with it, but We the People have not seen much benefit from this system. In fact, all We the People have seen is diminishing standards of living, which is actually less freedom.

But that's going to change.

I've written a book entitled The New Bill of Rights Revolution, and I talk about restoring our Free Country by getting rid of the Private Federal Reserve, National Debts, and the Involuntary Income Tax. Then, I talk about restoring and recognizing our Natural Rights as Human Beings, which these private banks have stolen from us.

We the People have the Right to not live as slaves. This Right has be earned, and it starts by informing oneself of the truth.

My book the New Bill of Rights Revolution gets right to heart of the Truth, and it inform you, dear reader, of exactly what you need to do to free your Country, and in turn, free yourself.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The Secrets of the Federal Reserve

By Bob Chapman

The Federal Reserve Act was legislated in 1913 to end recessions, panics and depression. Over that almost 100-year period they have been eminently no more successful then their predecessors. The Fed is a private corporation, which guides US monetary policy. Its staff is from Wall Street, banking, and transnational conglomerates and occasionally from academia. Of the 12 Federal Reserve banks the New York bank is the most powerful. The staffing of the Fed at the least is incestuous, because the member banks take part in the staffing, as they filter to the Fed what actions they should take. That is done by the FOMC, The Federal Open Market Committee. As a further example the recent stress test done by the Fed was done on many of their owners. Sadly the public is unaware of this and even business majors and those with business masters degrees do not know that the Fed is privately owned or what they actually do. For those of you who would like to get a better understanding read G. Edward Griffith’s, “Creature from Jekyll Island” and the secrets of the Federal Reserve” by Eustace Mullins.

Recently we discovered that $101.4 billion was originally secretly funneled through AIG to AIG counterparties - parties that were owed these sums by AIG, which had not collateralized derivative contracts. That is like writing insurance and having no collateral reserves set aside for losing events. The Federal Reserve in their wisdom paid off AIG’s debt with what eventually will be taxpayer debt. This is wrong and it should not have been done secretly. When demanded by a Federal Judge to reveal to whom these monies were paid and under what circumstances, the Fed said it would harm their reputations and it was a “state secret.”

The biggest gun in the Fed arsenal is the New York Fed. The recently appointed Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner was the NY Fed’s previous governor. Mr. Geithner had worked in government previously and was in part responsible for the Asian financial disaster in 1997-1998. He is also a Goldman Sachs alumnus. He is part of a never-ending exchange of the denizens of Wall Street and banking being appointed to government positions. In fact Wall Street and banking have been running our government for a long time. Many say for too long.

This kind of relationship makes government a tool of major financial interests and it breeds corruption, as we just witnessed in the case of Stephen Friedman, formerly of Goldman Sachs, and until he resigned last week, for having purchased some Goldman Sachs stock, was Chairman of the NY federal Reserve, the position Mr. Geithner had held before him. This raises the fundamental question of appointment and corruption. Never mind the other issues the Fed is involved in. this is America’s most powerful financial institution and it is run by corrupt and perhaps incompetent people. The NY fed has a very special position, because it is actively running markets every day via the 21 dealers it uses to manipulate and uses these markets. This is part of the program never spoken of that exists to assist the “Working Group on Financial Markets, which manipulates markets 24/7, under an Executive Order signed in August 1988 by then President Ronald Reagan. This was executed to protect against market failures such that had taken place the previous October. The order was for emergencies. The Treasury, the Fed, Wall Street and banking have distorted its original intent. The Fed also sets interest rates and regulates the issuance of money and credit. Thus the Fed holds a pivotal role in our financial well-being. They also are to insure the soundness and stability of the banking system. If our banking system breaks down it is the fault of the Fed. When that happens it should not be the province of the Fed to commit trillions of dollars of taxpayer money to bail out its own owners.

You can get an idea of the incestuous nature of the Fed and Wall Street in looking at the select committee that not that long ago picked Timothy Geithner to head the NY Fed. Hank Greenberg defrocked former Chairman of AIG, who for some reason was never criminally prosecuted in the scandal; John Whitehead a former Chairman of Goldman Sachs; Peter Peterson, a former Chairman of Lehman Bros.; and Walter Shipley, a former Chairman of Chase Manhattan, now with JP Morgan Chase. We wonder why the media never questions these kinds of connections all of which are tied together by the Council on Foreign Relations.

Then there is the composition of the NY Fed board on which six board members are public representatives. We do not see any common business people on this board. They are all very wealthy New Yorkers, who are all connected to one another. There have been occasionally members of labor and academia, but they can only be considered tokens. It is very definitely an insiders club.

This means the Fed’s real consideration is the maximizing of profits for banking, Wall Street, insurance and real estate. This goal of almost 100 years has made these individuals and their families’ mega-rich. Competent or incompetent they always win. They have information and intelligence no one else has and you can be sure their inner circle has the same privileged information. As usual they are essentially unregulated, which gives the Fed an additional advantage. The lack of banking oversight of recent years has brought our entire financial system into insolvency. We do not know how you could call it anything else when most major banks, brokerage houses, some insurance companies and other lenders are simply broke. The Fed, and particularly the NY Fed, has been complicit in banks and brokerage houses using leverage of more than 50 times assets. In some cases such as JP Morgan Chase the figures are much higher. In fractional banking 8 to 10 times is considered appropriate. This is the biggest bailout of poorly managed corrupt banks in history. This failure is far greater than the failure of the Lombard System in Venice in 1348, the year of the great bubonic plague that swept Europe and killed 50% of its inhabitants. These elitists have brought the world economy to its knees. It is ironic, but true to insider dealing, that not one CEO or senior executive has been fired, as trillions of dollars have been lost.

That said this is the perfect segway to bring to your attention a bill calling for the Comptroller General of the US to audit the private Federal Reserve. At last report 124 members of the House have joined Rep. Ron Paul’s bill HR 1207, as co-sponsors, to his Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009. Both the Fed’s Board of Governors and the Federal Reserve Banks would be required to report to Congress before the end of 2010. This could be the most important bill in modern American history and could lead to our financial and economic recovery. When the Congress sees what the Fed has done they might just abolish it, which is really the solution. As Rep. Paul says, “Congress should reassert its constitutional authority over monetary policy.” The Constitution gives Congress, not the private Federal Reserve, “the Authority to coin money and regulate the value of the currency.” “The Fed has presided over the near-complete destruction of the US dollar,” says Rep. Paul. “Since 1913 the dollar has lost over 95% of its purchasing power, aided and abetted by the Federal Reserve’s loose money policy.” “How long will we as a Congress stand idly by while hard-working Americans see their savings eaten away by inflation?” Only big-spending politicians and politically favored bankers benefit from inflation,” he said. “Since its inception, the Fed has always operated in the shadows, without sufficient scrutiny or oversight of its operations.”

The Fed can enter into agreements with foreign central banks and foreign governments, and the GAO’s prohibited from auditing or even seeing these agreements. There are no enforcement powers over the Fed. The Fed’s funding facilities including the Dealer Credit Facility, Term Securities Lending Facility, and the Term Asset-Backed Securities Lending Facility should be subject to congressional oversight.

Every problem we have had in our economy from the Fed’s conception and passage can be directly traced to Federal Reserve policy.

Legislation should be passed to abolish the Fed and that the OMB, the Office of Management and Budget liquidate Fed assets to insure a quick transfer of their functions to the Treasury.

HR 1207 is now in the House Committee of Financial Reserves and has been there for 3 months.

This could be the most important legislation ever submitted due to the financial conditions in America at this time.

In the Senate, Sen. Bernard Sanders (I-VT) has submitted a similar bill, which has been in the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee for 2 months.

As Rep. Paul says, “auditing the Fed is only the first step towards exposing this antiquated insider-run creature to the powerful forces of free-market competition. Once there are viable alternatives to the monopolistic fiat dollar, the Federal Reserve will have to become honest and transparent if it wants to remain in business.

Contact everyone in Congress and let him or her know how you feel about this issue as soon as possible.

As Joseph Schummpeter argues that monetary measures do not allow policymakers to eliminate economic depression, only to delay it under penalty of more severity in the future. In a market economy, economic depressions are painful but unavoidably recurring. Counter cyclical monetary measures to provide more money and credit to keep ill-timed investment on a high level in a depression are not creative destruction, but positive destruction, and such measures will ultimately be detrimental to the general welfare. This is what we’ve been preaching for some time.

Unemployment is a natural extension for stabilizing production and consumption, and its solution cannot be implemented by holding up asset prices in a depressed market economy. Unemployment is usually reduced by deficit-financing and high wages. Today that is not easy with a $2 trillion deficit, rising interest rates, monetization and the insane creation of money and credit. Plus, how can you maintain wages, or raise them, with an army of illegal aliens working for next to nothing and offshoring and outsourcing still going at full tilt? Monetarist measures cannot hold up asset prices with today’s problems, which are the worst since the early 1870s.

Looking back Herbert Hoover was wrong in starting off the Socialist-Fascist era that began the 1930’s Great Depression. Franklin Delano Roosevelt carried out that program and it was a failure. America was saved by war at a terrible price. Andrew Mellon was right in advocating that government must keep its hands off and let the slump liquidate itself. Purge the rottenness out of the system. Mr. Mellon said liquidate labor, stocks, farmers and real estate. No more high living, people will work harder and lead a more moral life. Values will be adjusted, and enterprising people will pick up the wrecks from less competent people.

The economics of monetarism are nothing more than a formula promulgated to save the financial sector and not the country, by using an elitist trickle down theory, which as recent as the 1980s had been proven unworkable. Bail out the rich on Wall Street, the bankers and insurance companies and let the poor and working poor fend for themselves. This is class economics and this is what turns the masses toward socialism. Bankers, who caused the problem, are bailed out by the masses, and the public is left to drown on their own. We are told the bankers and Wall Street must be saved or we’ll have no economy. We call this the myth of saving the criminals.

Under a Federal Reserve System the Fed has in private hands unlimited state power to create money and credit backed by the full faith and credit of the American people, which denies those people the rights of sovereignty.

Via the Fed and via Executive Order and the “Working Group on Financial Markets” we allow the Fed and the Treasury to manipulate our markets. Thus our financial elite grow richer and richer, and worse yet even professionals do not know what is going on, never mind the public. The creation of money and credit is effected in such a way that the financial sector is protected and the burden of loss of purchasing power is cast upon American workers. The capitalists do business as usual. Such pursuits have often ended in revolution. The fruits of low wages in America, a result of free trade, globalization, offshoring and outsourcing, have taken their toll. The result is more than two years of recession and now more than three months of depression. The working poor cannot afford to buy what they produce and they cannot pay the debt cast upon them by Wall Street and the banking establishment. There are no free markets. The markets are what these people want them to be. Today they feed their own debt bubble hoping, hope against hope they can bail out the system again.

These miscreatants, in what is called a shadow banking system securitized mortgages and other debt by fraud via a corrupt rating system worldwide monetizing their liabilities and buried thousands of professionals worldwide. This unpayable debt, now lost, along with derivatives present problems that are really just beginning to be addressed. All this is done with little transparency in order for these institutions, guided by the Fed, to dump their financial risks.

There you have it. A manmade disaster created by the Federal Reserve, banking and Wall Street, and these are the same corrupt group who our government has chosen to rectify the problem. Their answer is to take the funds from the public to cover their losses, be it by inflation or taxes. The answer is get rid of the Fed and purge the system once and for all.

Friday, May 08, 2009

I don't know who sucks more, Rush Limbaugh or the people who listen to him

All one needs to do to understand Rush Limbaugh is to listen him for 5 minutes, and it's clear what he thinks of the majority of Americans—they are baby murdering, homo marrying, pussies. —that about sums up the views of the $40 million a year radio commentator, Rush Limbaugh.

Just look at him for 2 seconds, and you'll see a man, who has made his bread and butter for decades by spewing hate and dividing Americans by prejudice.

It's time for millions of Americans to stopped being fooled by this joker.

Rush Limbaugh is not a Republican—he is a propaganda mouthpiece. He represents what passes for the Republican Party, but in the truest since of the word Republican—Rush Limbaugh is no Republican.

A Republican is someone who stands for the Republic. And a Republic is a form of government where the Power resides in the hands of We the People. (Look it up in Websters)

In other words, a true Republican stands for individual Rights, and in that sense, Rush Limbaugh is no Republican.

Rush Limbaugh is a fat, oxicotton popping, hatemonger, and if you think that's offensive—I think it's offensive that he supposedly represents what Republicans think, and I've noticed that people, who listen to Rush Limbaugh while thinking he's actually got something of value to say, kind of start to adopt his pig-headed persona. Yes, I accuse Rush Limbaugh listeners of being brainwashed into becoming assholes of equal or greater magnitude as the fat douchebag himself.

Personally, I stand for a new Political Party that fights for individual Rights. I stand for a Political Party that doesn't put the American People over a barrel, savagely has their way, and then breaks it off. This is what Americans suffered over the last 50 years from both Democrats and Republicans.

Both political party's petty differences are merely smokes screen for the financial tyranny being inflicted on the American people.

To prove my point—look at how Americans hated Bush for all his evil, and now look at Obama's $3.4 trillion dollar budget, the $1.8 trillion dollar deficit, the trillions in shyster banker bailouts, escalation of War in Afghanistan, and who Obama kept on as Secretary of Defense—I'd say there was a seamless passing of the baton from Bush to Obama.

Obama has changed absolutely NOTHING. He's continuing the same program.

Moreover, I was watching FOX News for 5 minutes (because all I have to do is watch for 5 minutes to know what FOX News is still all about) I watched Michael Bolton, the former U.N. Ambassador, conducting a fake interview. Guess which country the fake interview focused on drumming up a war with the entire time? That's right—Iran. Michael Bolton was trying to drum up support for America's next unnecessary war with Iran by saying how dangerous Iran would be if Iran had nuclear weapons. Never mind the fact that Iran has had a tradition of peace for the last 200 years. —They want to keep Iran smoldering on the back burner for such time as is deemed appropriate for the invasion. Yes, America will be at war with Iran within the next 5 years. It's a forgone conclusion.

And Republicans and Democrats play the role of good cop—bad cop. Obama is playing the role of good cop, he's supposed to make everyone feel all warm and fuzzy, but you better realize he's part of the same program.

Both parties work in conjunction to forward the same corporate agenda. Both parties support a massively over inflated government that has enslaved the American people with debt, high taxes, and trillions of dollars going toward the Military Industrial Complex each and every year.

There is no difference between Democrats or Republicans, and realize their are propaganda mouthpieces on both sides—democrats have their bloated hate-spewing propaganda artists as well. They all serve the same purpose—trick We the People into thinking We the People are on different sides of the isle while both Parties are doing the exact same thing!

These days there are only a few statesmen who hold an office in Washington and stand for individual Rights.

Ron Paul is probably the strongest fighter We the People have in this country, but he's just one man.

I think Americans can learn a lot from Ron Paul. He's got a book coming out this year called "End the Fed." Look into it.

We the People need to wake up to what's really going on this country.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

"Profanity—Profanity is trying to meet one's basic financial obligations working at motherfuckin BurgerKing" Warren Beatty in Bullworth.

Who remembers that movie?

Anytime I start feeling pangs of guilt about my potty mouth I remember this line from that movie.

I think that line just about sums up how I feel about the use of profane language.

There is so much obscenity happening in our culture, and I'm not talking about nudeness—I'm talking about people getting fucked over by a corporate model, which says, "Let's create policy, pass legislation, or just commit outright acts of evil so the people at the top get more, and the people at the bottom get less."

That's what I call motherfuckin profanity!!

Lou Dobbs Reports on the latest DHS extremism lexicon

All I can say is WOW.

So, I guess my views will be viewed as extremist—think the Department of Homeland Security should be abolished along with the Patriot Acts 1 & 2.

HR 759 is worse than HR 875

Here's what irks the living shit out of me about politicians in Washington today—all of them, except for maybe a handful, are doing the bidding of big corporations.

I don't know about you, but when I hear that politicians are moving again and again to make the plight of small farmers more difficult, it makes me angry because it's not just the small farmer, it's a never ending onslaught against We the People.

It may not seem like this, but every time Congress works to pass these Bills that marginalizes a small farmer's Right to bring what they grow to the market, Congress actually conspires against the Rights of every single American.

Where the fuck are the politicians, who stand up for the basic Rights of the little man????

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

I played Stevens Park over in Oak Cliff this past Monday

I had fun.

Something happened that's never happened before—I started the first 5 holes EVEN PAR. I even birdied #4—the par 3

Then, I started talking about how I was playing—big mistake. I guess I tensed up because I started making bogies and double bogies, and it took until the back nine to get it going again.

I finished with 41 on the front.

We ended up quitting after 15 because it was getting dark, but, through 15, I was just 9 over [4 over through 6 on the back], and I quit just when I was getting warmed up again—even if I bogied the last 3 holes, I would have tied my best score ever.

Hopefully, one of these next few golf posts, I'll be talking about how I made 3 or 4 birdies, possibly an eagle, and I just shot in the 70's—that's how close I feel I am. The feeling of posting a number that low would be indescribably awesome—shooting the low 80's is already incredible, for me.

This is fulfilling a golfing dream that I've had sense I was 7 years old and played for the first time with my dad, when I decided to get good at golf, and several thousand or so rounds later, I'm still letting the game of golf frustrate the bejesus out of me, but I'm making honest headway, which is nice.

Ron Paul nails Bernanke's balls to the wall.

I'm not an economist, but I do understand that flooding a paper currency [fiat money—worthless paper] will cause prices to rise.

Just look at Zimbabwe—they have a trillion dollar bill in circulation! That's what happens when money is completely devalued, and that was caused by an out-of-control Central Bank that kept the money printing press running at full speed.

Ron Paul is busting Bernanke's balls because the Fed's actions are leading to an inevitable conclusion—hyper-inflation. The Fed doubled the money supply in a matter of months, which is unheard of in American history, and We the People haven't felt the repercussions of that yet, but rest assured, We the People undoubtably will.

Imagine the price of everything you buy doubling in a matter of months. I'm not saying that's going to happen here, but it has happened in countries like Zimbabwe, Iraq, Germany, etc... What makes the U.S. so special, when We the People have allowed the Fed to engage in such money printing extravagances.

The United States is not immune to financial disasters. During the Great Depression, roughly 5 million Americans starved to death, which is crazy considering this country was largely agrarian—ie; the small family farm was alive and well.

Today, a financial disaster could have far greater consequences.

Part of the problem during the Great Depression was the fact that the Fed's policy was to contract the money supply, which is the exact opposite of what they've done today, but their actions of today could still have the same cataclysmic potential, which is why Ron Paul grills Bernanke.

Who's going to suffer when the price of everything doubles or triples? Naturally, the poor will suffer, which a greater number of Americans are poor thanks to the already devalued dollar. Except, maybe, this time around, instead 5 million people starving to death in a Depression, it may be 30 million people. And just like WW2 pulled us out of the Great Depression, maybe WW3 will pull us out of the Second Great Depression. Except, maybe, this time around, instead of a million Americans dying from bloodshed, it will be 50 to 100 million—maybe more.

Or maybe I'm too negative, and I'm reading a little too far into things.

Maybe, I have a Right to be cynical. If you've seen some of the things I've shared in my blog, you might not think my hypothesis is very far from the mark.

We the People need to wake up.

We the People need to realize the enormous power Congress had to create money was turned over to the Private Federal Reserve, which is neither Federal nor a Reserve. It's a private for-profit bank, and it's shareholders are the richest men in the world, whom you never hear of because guess who owns our "free press?"

It's time to stop living in a dream world. History has a tendency to repeat itself, if the mistakes of the past go uncorrected.

Nothing has been corrected in America since 1913, when the Fed was founded, and here's what Napoleon Bonaparte, of all people, had to say about Central Banks like Federal Reserve in 1815:

"When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they [the bankers] and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes... Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain."

Then, consider Mayer Rothchilds statement in 1780, "Permit me to issue a nation’s money, and I care not who makes its laws."

Mayer and Napoleon concur.

So, if you think the U.S. Government, which has allowed the Fed to continue for nearly 100 years has compassion for you—think again.

Look to your beautiful children. See their beautiful smiles. See their sparks of joy and love.

Are you going to let their future be ruined by bankers, who would see them starving in a gutter and do nothing for them as they step into their limousines?

The situation in America dumbfounds me. The more I see the writing on the wall, the more I can't believe it's actually happening while everyone snoozes.

Ron Paul has 2 bills before Congress:

1. HR 1207 which is a bill to audit the Fed because they're secretive and they won't tell us exactly what they are doing.

2. HR 2755 which is a bill to abolish the Federal Reserve system.

If you do anything in your life politically—and I mean, if have never done anything politically—you better do something about these 2 bills. They need support.

Call your Congressman or woman.

Write your Congressman or woman.

Call a radio show.

Call your local newspaper.

Write an op-ed piece for your newspaper.

Talk to your neighbor.

Just do something.

This is not one my posts where I'm trying to be cute or act stupid. I sincerely mean this: if Americans do not restore the Constitution, pretty soon there won't be any Constitution left, and that's when America devolves into everyone's worst nightmare.

So, help Ron Paul restore the Constitution. Support his Bills. Find out about the Federal Reserve.

Realize America is not on the right path, and only me and thee can do something about it.

Monday, May 04, 2009


It's in everything, and Donald Rumsfeld was CEO of Searle--the company behind getting it approved by the FDA.

Donald "We Don't Do Body Counts" Rumsfeld!!

Isn't that interesting?