New post on Jon Rappoport’s Blog
February 22, 2017
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January 16, 2017
Coordinator, 911 Truth Grassroots Organization
Policy specifics aside for a moment (although, as they say, the devil is in the details), the meme enunciated by the US Democratic Party under Obama has been best encapsulated in phalanx of single words, like Brotherhood and Inclusion. Party-line liberals (of which I could easily have been misconstrued as one myself until the Mafia-like character of the party apparatus fully materialized during the still-recent primaries) give every indication even now of continuing to believe themselves the unique bearers of sweetness and light to the world. But a simple look at the record of late has come to indicate the exact opposite. Acceptance? Forget it. If you, as a left-out working class person, or identifying with same, decided to spurn the conniving, greedy old woman installed as nominee over they party rank-and-file’s more promising, and therefore popular choice, then you don’t qualify for consideration. Because, thievery is no excuse for rejection. More
November 23, 2016
Constitution, Government class C felony, constitutional rights, economic terorism, Fight for the Future, free speech, freedom to assemble, nonviolent dissent, Police State, protests, Washington state Leave a comment
This is a disaster. A new law proposed by a State Senator in Washington would allow prosecutors to charge protesters with “economic terrorism,” and slap them with serious felony charges that could lead to jail time, just for making their voices heard. 
The outrageous proposed bill would make any form of protest that causes an “economic disruption” a class C felony, punishable by up to 5 years in prison. It wouldn’t just apply to people who engage in illegal acts or vandalism, it could be used to prosecute any person or group who organizes a protest that authorities deem as “disruptive.” Broadly interpreted, this law could apply to time honored traditions of nonviolent dissent like boycotts and civil disobedience.
Charging protesters with terrorism clearly violates the First Amendment and is an attempt to silence legitimate dissent. Please sign the petition telling lawmakers to reject this dangerous legislation.
We need everyone to speak out right now so we can shut down this terrible proposed legislation before it spreads to other states. This affects all of us. Will you sign the petition to stop it?
We need to remain vigilant. No matter who is in power, protecting our right to dissent is imperative for the future of our society.
Thanks for reading,
-Evan at Fight for the Future
Fight for the Future works to protect your rights in the digital age.
October 31, 2016
Constitution, corruption, Government Benedict Arnold, BENGHAZI, Chuck Frank, corruption, Democratic party, idividual liberties, natural rights and liberties, Republican party, Treason, Us Constitution, vater fraud 2 Comments
Forget conspiracy, we’ve now got the facts. Without a doubt, key players and insiders of the Democratic Party, along with other splinter groups are guilty of going under the radar and orchestrating a number of inside jobs that are horribly treasonous beyond measure, and even to the likes of the American General, Benedict Arnold who conspired with England in a treasonous plot during the American Revolution.
Similarly, there is a mission today to deliberately sabotage the American political process in a high handed fashion, but it doesn’t stop there. The rigging of computer chips in voting machines and bringing in ineligible voters by rogue party saboteurs has now been confirmed by James O’Keefe in his bombshell video which reveals demo/party plants that are meant to cause chaos and violence at rallies and also at numerous voting locations. It is a top down job
coming from on high, and if it is allowed to continue during the election, a free country and a government for and by the people, could easily lapse into a very faint memory, and when the books are finally opened years later, will the reader ask the question, why didn’t the people do something to stop the rampant crime and the oncoming dictatorship?
How many instances of voter fraud, Benghazi style events and executive Presidential orders does it have to take before a person watches the last stone finally put into place while the U.S.
Constitution is shredded into a thousand pieces and a dictatorship is formed?
Folks, it is D Day and we are in a final battle for our country and those God-given rights that belong to the people.
I recollect that there was a similar battle being considered one day over 200 years ago on March 13, 1775. It was in a packed-out St. John’s Church, in the state of Virginia, where there was a man concerned with the loss of individual liberties because of the heavy hand of the English. He then fervently shared the following statement while George Washington and Thomas Jefferson sat in awed silence at this historical gathering.
“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains, and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!” Patrick Henry , 1775
October 23, 2016
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Solid Resources and Brief Explanations from Anna Von Reitz
by Anna Von Reitz
I have been asked (indeed, hounded) by people desperately searching for reliable guides to inform their actions in favor of restoring the land-based and lawful government we are all owed.
September 29, 2016
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, also known as ICANN, is a non-profit, public-benefit corporation formed in 1998, which has a limited, yet unique and critical role that coordinates the administration of the Internet’s logistical infrastructure layer and delivers “One Internet’ for the world.”
Besides creating three sets of unique identifiers, namely, Domain names, Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, and Protocol parameters, their responsibilities do not stop there. Though ICANN does not run the internet system directly, it plays a central, administrative role in concert with technical operation community actors, while ensuring the security, stability, resiliency, and integrity of this critical
To keep pace with the dynamic technologies and rapid innovation on the Internet, ICANN also facilitates the process of policy development that will enable technical changes which is a fundamental part of the organizations mission.
September 26, 2016
1st Amendment, Chuck Frank 1st Amendment, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Chuck Frank, government agendas, Islam, Jesus, political correctness, taliban, unacceptable speech, VA speech 4 Comments
As a reference to this article, the initial part of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is used below.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of RELIGION,
or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of
SPEECH or of the PRESS…”
And now that we have covered the First Amendment as our template, it is time to move on to the next topic, and in case the people have not kept up with some of the latest changes since the Obama administration took over, censorship of texts and speech are now part of the plan. Fasten your safety belt.
For the record, a huge amount of money has been used for the purpose of “programming” the masses by changing the definitions of what people consider to be “acceptable” words or speech and also what people consider to be “unacceptable”. More and more, the trend of political correctness, AKA, a government agenda. intends to shape the way that people think and also communicate with each other, day by day. More
August 8, 2016
I’m pleased to plug a new important book – Orlando False Flag: The Clash of Histories – available now on Amazon edited by my friend Kevin Barrett. It’s his third volume in a series of publications on false flags. First there was We Are Not Charlie Hebdo, then came Another False Flag? Bloody Tracks from Paris to San Bernardino. And now Kevin has once again assembled journalists and scholars to contribute chapters to his latest seminal work offering an alternative explanation far more in line with the truth than the government’s official false narrative. And I’m especially honored that Kevin asked me to contribute a chapter entitled “The Empire’s Post-9/11 Hegelian-Style Warfare Against Both the World and American Citizens.” Below are a few comments about Kevin and his work, an informative review, the Table of Contents and contributing authors’ bios. Finally, at the bottom of the page is a link to Amazon.
” Below are a few comments about Kevin and his work, an informative review, the Table of Contents and contributing authors’ bios. Finally, at the bottom of the page is a link to Amazon.
“Fierce debate” over Orlando False Flag:The Clash of Histories
(and its editor Kevin Barrett)
“Mr. Barrett’s views . . . have outraged some Wisconsin legislators and generated a fierce debate about academic freedom.” – The New York Times
Barrett “never expected to find himself carrying the banner for one of the most controversial theories of our times.” – Chicago Tribune
“Kevin Barrett is to be applauded for Orlando False Flag, his latest instant anthology false flag exposé. It presents a variety of sometimes clashing views. As such it’s an example of much-needed radical informational democracy in print, devoted once again to the key challenge of our time: vast manipulative deception by the American Empire.” – Barrie Zwicker, author of Towers of Deception: The Media Cover-up of 9/11
Kevin Barrett should be “in the Charles River, floating down towards the harbor.” Bill O’Reilly, Fox News commentator
“Under these circumstances, the patriotic act is disbelief of the government narrative thereby rendering the actions of the Deep State dysfunctional.” – Cynthia McKinney, former six-term Congresswoman and Green Party Presidential Candidate
“I consider Kevin Barrett the top analyst for false flags.” – Robert David Steele, former CIA covert operations specialist and pioneer of the Open Source Intelligence (OS-INT) movement
5 Star Review written by Robert David Steele
Blows Apart the False Government Narrative on a False Flag Event Intended to Advance Gun Control & Keep the Fear Going… More
July 22, 2016
2nd amendment, Police State 2nd amendment, anti-American, anti-gun, democratic convention, Hellary clinton, individual rights, memory hole blog, Police State, propaganda, un-American activiities 1 Comment
Maybe we should allow victims of the illegal wars to sue military contractors for the deaths of more than a million. Or how about we sue medical schools that train doctors who mistreat their patients and cause harm and death? OR! How about we let victims of drunk drivers sue alcohol beverage manufacturers for contributing to the deaths of so many. This could be a real gold mine if we work it right! Yipppee!
July 5, 2016
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Eddie Slaughter – 229-649-2243
Cory Lee – 615-308-7787
Gary R. Grant – 252-578-4729
On Friday, July 8, 2016 at 9:00 am, farmers from the Southern Region and others who believe in justice and equality will descend on the U. S. Supreme Court to once again seek and demand justice through the courts and to bring to light and awareness of the unfairness of the settlement of the Pigford Class Action, and the continued discrimination by the USDA, “The Last Plantation”. The theme is “Are Black Farmers in 2016 the New Dred Scott of 1857?”.
Farmers Eddie Wise is a retired Green Beret and his wife Dorothy Wise is a retired Grants’ Manager. The Wise’s situation is akin to the Dred Scott Decision of March 6, 1857 (http://www.ushistory.org/us/32a.asp) because Black farmers are still being denied full due process. This is one of the most important issues that should be brought before the United States Supreme Court.
While many people in this country think that Black farmers across the nation got justice during the Pigford Class Action (Pigford v. Glickman 1999), the opposite is the truth. Black farmers who have been discriminated against by the Farm Service Agency (FSA) formerly called Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) continue to be put out of farming, denied opportunities to make a living, and lose land that impacts the quality of life for them and the rural Black communities in which they live.
Congress has expressed its intent for the Agency to hold the formal hearing on the merits in the 2007 Pigford Remedy Act which was incorporated in the 2008 Food Energy and Conservation Act or “Farm Bill.” In addition, the USDA is denying all claims and hearings by Black Farmers, Women Farmers, Hispanic Farmers, and Native American Farmers. This denial of the formal hearing before the Administrative Law Judge allows 180 days for the Agency to correct its own mistakes is unlawful, unjust and contrary to Congressional Intent pursuant to the Administrative Procedures Act and The Pigford Consent Decree.
If you are a supporter of justice and equality, support Black Farmers, seek healthy and safe food, join with the Black Farmers and Eddie and Dorothy Wise, other speakers from the American Agriculturalists Association, the North Carolina-based national Black Farmers & Agriculturalists Association (BFAA), The Cowtown Foundation, Lawrence Lucas, President Emeritus, USDA Coalition of Minority Employees, and others to bring this issue before the United States Supreme Court. These farmers are asking the question… “Are Black Farmers in 2016 the New Dred Scott of 1857?”
July 4, 2016
Constitution, corruption, Government, Police State 4th of July, America's Constitution, corruption, erasing borders, freedom, Government, loss of sovereignty, Marcel Reid, North American Union, Police State, whistleblowers 3 Comments
It is the 4th of July, the day we are supposed to celebrate our hard won independence from England and yet, few are in a celebratory frame of mind. Oh there will be fireworks, cookouts, family get together’s…all the usual 4th of July activities. Politicians will make speeches using words that mean nothing to them, and flags will wave. But a pervasive sense of doom has settled on America, one that comes from the growing sense that we have lost what we value most. Our freedom. More
June 29, 2016
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“An audit by the Office of the Inspector General (IG) at the Department of Justice in 2007 found that the FBI illegally used NSLs to collect information that was not permitted by the NSL statutes.”
John McCain showed his true colors again today, and not one of them was red, white or blue. In one of the most revolting acts against American citizens, McCain submitted an amendment to the Patriot Act that would allow the FBI unfettered access to meta data, browser search histories, and other private information……without a warrant, and only with a suspicion based on nothing other than “they can”. Liken this to police now being able to kick in your door because they say they smell something. They most likely do….the stench of the police state.
The Patriot Act and its successor The Security Enhancement Act of 2003 were blatant attacks on the constitution and our natural rights and liberties guaranteed therein. Apparently, not content with those rights robbing pieces of legislation brought to you by those elected officials who seemed to forget who we are as a nation and where we come from. Of course, I have no doubt the Senator and all his anti-American buddies in the senate will be immune from this wholesale spying.
From an article at NewsVice.com
“[McCain’s amendment] isn’t a solution,” Guliani added. “It’s the opposite. It increases dangers for American liberties.”
This would strip out all the protections and buffers between [the government] and everyday citizens. It would allow the FBI to get this information with just a subpoena, under a shroud of secrecy. You may never know. These subpoenas are often accompanied by gag orders,” Guliani said. “Abuses stay hidden.”
“An audit by the Office of the Inspector General (IG) at the Department of Justice in 2007 found that the FBI illegally used NSLs to collect information that was not permitted by the NSL statutes.”
I think its time we stood up to these police state advocates. Of course if we do, there will most likely be another staged “mass shooting”. That ought to scare the beetlejuice out of you!
Its time that we, as a nation, stood up and demanded the resignation of any senator or representative who votes to violate and trash our rights. Americans did not attack us on 9/11 and the subsequent Sandy Hook and Boston Marathon fiascos have been outed as the hoaxes they were. The recent Orlando shooting looks to be another FBI staged terror op where people were actually sacrificed to make it appear legitimate. All of it to scare you, to terrify you, to make you voluntarily forfeit your rights.
Call your senators! http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm
Don’t let “Traitor” McCain get away with this!
June 28, 2016
1st Amendment, 4th Amendment 1st Amendment, 1st amendment rights, 4th amendement, assembly, blood draws, Breath tests, carceral state, due process, Forced DNA extractions, free speech, Interrogating public transit passengers, John W Whitehead, prison guards, prisoners, privacy, Warrantless searches by police Leave a comment
By John W. Whitehead
June 28, 2016
“Our carceral state banishes American citizens to a gray wasteland far beyond the promises and protections the government grants its other citizens… When the doors finally close and one finds oneself facing banishment to the carceral state—the years, the walls, the rules, the guards, the inmates—reactions vary. Some experience an intense sickening feeling. Others, a strong desire to sleep. Visions of suicide. A deep shame. A rage directed toward guards and other inmates. Utter disbelief. The incarcerated attempt to hold on to family and old social ties through phone calls and visitations. At first, friends and family do their best to keep up. But phone calls to prison are expensive, and many prisons are located far from one’s hometown… As the visits and phone calls diminish, the incarcerated begins to adjust to the fact that he or she is, indeed, a prisoner. New social ties are cultivated. New rules must be understood.”—Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic
In a carceral state—a.k.a. a prison state or a police state—there is no Fourth Amendment to protect you from the overreaches, abuses, searches and probing eyes of government overlords.
In a carceral state, there is no difference between the treatment meted out to a law-abiding citizen and a convicted felon: both are equally suspect and treated as criminals, without any of the special rights and privileges reserved for the governing elite.
In a carceral state, there are only two kinds of people: the prisoners and the prison guards.
With every new law enacted by federal and state legislatures, every new ruling handed down by government courts, and every new military weapon, invasive tactic and egregious protocol employed by government agents, “we the people”—the prisoners of the American police state—are being pushed that much further into a corner, our backs against the prison wall.
This concept of a carceral state in which we possess no rights except for that which the government grants on an as-needed basis is the only way I can begin to comprehend, let alone articulate, the irrational, surreal, topsy-turvy, through-the-looking-glass state of affairs that is being imposed upon us in America today.
As I point out in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, we who pretend we are free are no different from those who spend their lives behind bars.
Indeed, we are experiencing much the same phenomenon that journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates ascribes to those who are banished to a “gray wasteland far beyond the promises and protections the government grants its other citizens” : a sickening feeling, a desire to sleep, hopelessness, shame, rage, disbelief, clinginess to the past and that which is familiar, and then eventually resignation and acceptance of our new “normal.”
All that we are experiencing—the sense of dread at what is coming down the pike, the desperation, the apathy about government corruption, the deeply divided partisanship, the carnivalesque political spectacles, the public displays of violence, the nostalgia for the past—are part of the dying refrain of an America that is fading fast.
No longer must the government obey the law.
Likewise, “we the people” are no longer shielded by the rule of law.
While the First Amendment—which gives us a voice—is being muzzled, the Fourth Amendment—which protects us from being bullied, badgered, beaten, broken and spied on by government agents—is being disemboweled. More