Arizona asserting states rights



HCR 2024 Arizona Pleads the Tenth!

February 4, 2009

1. That the State of Arizona hereby claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the United States.

2. That this Resolution serves as notice and demand to the federal government, as our agent, to cease and desist, effective immediately, mandates that are beyond the scope of these constitutionally delegated powers.

3. That all compulsory federal legislation that directs states to comply under threat of civil or criminal penalties or sanctions or requires states to pass legislation or lose federal funding be prohibited or repealed.

4. That the Secretary of State of the State of Arizona transmit copies of this resolution to the President of the United States, the President of the United States Senate, the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate of each state’s legislature and each Member of Congress from the State of Arizona. READ MORE

Distinguishing MONSANTO’s totalitarian “use of science” from its claims to science

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by Linn Cohen-Cole



“In the anti Gm agitation in India they constantly come across a refrain from American scientisits, the companies and their own Agri university scientists (many of whom are funded by these agri business corporations to develop and sell Gm crops) …that Americans have been eating Gm foods for more than a decade and there is no adverse effect…..

The question is:  Are there any studies in US about the effects of GM foods?  There is concern there is no data or research as GM food has not been labeled and so Americans have lost 10 yrs of health data in the process…..

As the opposition to genetically engineered food is strengthening in the civil society, this refrain comes up very often and people are wondering how to counter it.


 What is clear is that issue should be turned around.  No one should be arguing defensively that there isn’t enough data to say anything.”  READ MORE

NAIS: USDA plans to seize land and livestock

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A January 09, 2009 article touting the National Animal Identification System, by the USDA, is nothing less than creative advertising meant to sell an unwanted and unneeded product.  If the need for such a system was real, it would be an admittance by USDA, the agency which swallows up millions of taxpayer dollars each year, was not capable of performing the tasks assigned to it.  Isn’t that fraud?


USDA never alludes to its ignoring of Johnes disease which is the scourge of bovine herds.  No attempts by USDA to eradicate the disease or to stop its spread among herds while they attempt to convince livestock producers NAIS is a good and necessary tool.


[In 2004 the USDA estimated the Johne’s infection rate to be at 20%. Today, reliable estimates reveal over 60% of the nation’s dairy herds are co-mingled with Johne’s positive cows, a 300% increase in only four years, but the USDA doesn’t feel this is a problem worth their time. The USDA appears comfortable with this major epidemic, and has no plan for acceleration about the problem.


The USDA, with their own data, estimates an annual financial loss as a result of Johne’s in dairy herds to be $200,000,000. For one year the Johne’s loss is nearly as much as USDA has invested in promoting NAIS during the past 6 years. This annual loss is more than 1000% over the eradication costs of the US Avian Influenza fiasco, a statistic USDA tosses out to tout the serious need of an NAIS mandatory system.]



This one issue alone, because of its scope and financial costs is the clear indicator that the program known as NAIS is NOT about tracking disease in US herds. Its is plainly and simply a tool being used to gain control and access to food production and to the land which is being used as collateral on the debt incurred bailing out Wall Street. 


If this claim of protecting the food supply were valid, why would there be any need to register your property with a Premises ID?  Simple vet tags now used identify not only the livestock, but also the vet who issued the tag and by extension the farm or ranch that obtained the vet certification.  No processor will accept delivery on a non-vet certified shipment of beef.  So where is this big national threat of not being able to track it? 


According to Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA):


About 15% of all beef consumed in the United States is imported.  Imported beef is either processed separately of MIXED WITH DOMESTIC product. (emphasis, mine)



As USDA knows all too well, contamination occurs at the point of processing at least 90% of the time, not in production.  USDA also knows that countries importing to the US many times either do not have the same health standards, or fail to implement health and sanitation standards, yet the agency has failed to prohibit imports on any level.


USDA with its proclivity for pandering to mega-corporations made sure there were provisions in the NAIS to relieve corporate producers from experiencing any significant costs that might affect their bottom lines.  For these special groups, livestock can be registered in lots and fees paid as if there was only one head.  The true costs of NAIS will be passed on to the small and independent producers.  The only real intent of the USDA is to eradicate these independents and allow corporations to seize control of production.


IF NAIS was simply a disease tracking tool, why do our pets have to be chipped and tracked also?  Was someone planning to start slaughtering and selling dogs and cats?  USDA wants every domestic animal, of any kind, owned for any reason to be RFID chipped.  Now what the hell would domestic pets have to do with stopping contamination or disease in livestock herds meant for human consumption.

The obvious false scenario’s planted wherever anyone will give USDA ink space are indicative of an agency on a mission for which it has neither the constitutional nor lawful authority to impose.  NAIS has nothing to do with protecting the food supply or tracking disease.  It is simply one more brick in the wall along with REAL ID and the total surveillance society being assembled a piece at a time by various agencies which have neither authority or rights to do so.


© 2009 Marti Oakley

The War on Terror is a Hoax

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  The War on Terror is a Hoax

By Paul Craig Roberts

[February 04, 2009 Information Clearinghouse” — – According to US government propaganda, terrorist cells are spread throughout America, making it necessary for the government to spy on all Americans and violate most other constitutional protections. Among President Bush’s last words as he left office was the warning that America would soon be struck again by Muslim terrorists.

If America were infected with terrorists, we would not need the government to tell us. We would know it from events. As there are no events, the US government substitutes warnings in order to keep alive the fear that causes the public to accept pointless wars, the infringement of civil liberty, national ID cards, and inconveniences and harassments when they fly.

The most obvious indication that there are no terrorist cells is that not a single neocon has been assassinated.

I do not approve of assassinations, and am ashamed of my country’s government for engaging in political assassination. The US and Israel have set a very bad example for al Qaeda to follow.]


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Psychotronic Weapons


The term psychotronic weapons refers to several systems of non-lethal weapons that use electronic and electromagnetic means to directly assault the human nervous system and brain, altering emotional states and behavior.

Invented and patented by Dr. Oliver Lowery (who appears to be working for the CIA, according to Jon Ronson, author of The Men Who Stare at Goats) in 1989, Silent Sound Spread Spectrum (SSSS), just one of these technologies (which I’ve written about previously), was used by the Department of Defense in Iraq during the Gulf War in 1991, causing the mass surrender (without a shot being fired) of thousands of Iraqi troops. This technology uses silent subliminal programming, incorporating modified EEG (electroencephalograph) patterns stored on supercomputers, which can be used to implant emotional states directly into the brain via the auditory sense over ordinary UHF television and radio carrier frequencies.

In 1974, the USSR registered its Radioson (Radiosleep) device with the Government Committee on Matters of Inventions and Discoveries of the USSR. Radioson was described as “a method of induction of sleep by means of radio waves.”

Actually, the history of electromagnetic weapons dates back to the 1930s, according to Judy Wall’s Electromagnetic Weapons Timeline. Wall, editor and Publisher of Resonance, the Newsletter of MENSA’s Bioelectromagnetics Special Interest Group, has written several articles on various aspects of psychotronic and electromagnetic weaponry, including Military Use of Silent Sound.

Other sources of information on such weapons include Cheryl Welsh, president of Citizens Against Human Rights Abuse, who has written on the subject of electromagnetic weapons and is the author of the Mind Justice website and Eleanor White, who has been a victim of remote mind control, herself.

While the military and intelligence uses of these technologies is undeniably sinister, Dr. Oliver Lowery’s silent subliminal programming technology has also seen relatively innocuous use in the private sector as self-help behavior modification products, such as those manufactured and marketed by companies like BrainSpeak, Sprudio and Subliminal Studio, which makes software you can record your own silent subliminals with. I have to wonder about the wisdom in using such products, which directly affect the brain and alter behavior.

Some psychotherapists, notably Teri Mahaney, who has contracted with the Department of Defense, among her many clients, are also using this technology, though she uses the older method of implanting audible suggestions or “affirmations,” as they’re referred to by the self-help industry. While it may have some benign and even beneficial uses, I believe the potential dangers to our safety and freedom from the misuse of this technology – which was, after all, developed for military use – far outweigh such benefits.

Though the controlled use of silent subliminal programming by individuals for their own use may be less threatening, Eleanor White has cautioned against the use of such technologies, including a technology called Voice to Skull, which has been in use by the U.S. Army as a crowd control weapon. White has written about her own experiences and those of others whom she believes are victims of what she calls “organized stalking and electronic harassment.

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