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new-logo25   This letter was received anonymously.  We don’t know who actually wrote it.  It was too good not to post!

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“Your country is collapsing; and not because of two men sleeping together and not because of exhaust coming out of a tailpipe and not because of lack of photo-voltaic cells, not because we’re over or under-taxing the rich and not because a lack of a higher minimum wage.

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To all those who wave the Republican or Democrat flag,      35117_1thm

I withdraw my consent because I’ve come to the realization

that democrats and republicans are a false-choice paradigm –

a two–party dictatorship.

Both parties:

  •  support deficit spending – despite all the bluster –
  •  support welfare – whether corporate, individual, or agricultural –
  •  support picking winners and losers through grants, contracts, tax-breaks, etc. –
  •  both have attacked our civil rights in treasonous ways –
  •  both support the Patriot Act with secret, warrantless wiretapping, and trampling of 1st, 4th and 5th amendments –
  • both supported banker bailouts –
  • both parties support a foreign policy of pre-emptive aggression –
  • against countries that have never attacked us –
  • both parties refuse to acknowledge the role of fractional reserve banking, and the repeal of Glass Stegall, have in creating the irreversible crisis we’re in. –
  • both parties have been caught red-handed suppressing and subverting the democratic process here at home, through manipulation/corruption of the electronic balloting system, disappearing of absentee ballots, blocking the suffrage of our servicemen, and shutting out independent or third-party candidates. –
  • both parties are controlled by the same criminal offshore banking cartel that runs the federal reserve.

This is the same cartel that funded both sides of the Korean war, the Vietnam war, World War 2, World War 1, the War of 1812, and war between Napoleon and England. The Rothschilds even funded the Bolshevik revolution and Lenin’s rise. Look it up. Google: Rothschild fund wars

So, while you argue amongst yourselves about distracting topics, such as gay marriage, soaking or helping the rich, anthropogenic global warming (and we’ve been in a cooling trend for the last twelve years), workers’ rights, green energy policy, I want you to shut the hell up, and understand ONE THING. Your country is collapsing; and not because of two men sleeping together and not because of exhaust coming out of a tailpipe and not because of lack of photo-voltaic cells, not because we’re over or under-taxing the rich and not because a lack of a higher minimum wage.

Your country is collapsing because of the treasonous destruction of our dollar, at the blessing of both major parties and the quicker you realize that both parties are distracting you with non-issues, while they rape us economically from behind, the sooner we’ll have the chance to turn this ship around.

Hugs from Chile.

U.S. Military – The NWO Protectorate?

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 Gary Jacobucci

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Similar agreements are being made within the U.S. borders, with the Governor of Idaho making recent trips to China and opening up his state to Chinese colonization…

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A recent interview with Texe Marrs added to the picture forming on the geopolitical landscape…
 
Keeping in mind that China has been proclaimed the U.N. model for nations…
 
And last year’s MSM articles on the vast mineral wealth in Afghanistan…
 
Afghanistan Mineral Wealth May Be Greater Than Estimated: $3 Trillion
 
As the New York Times put in back in 2009… China Willing to Spend Big on Afghan Commerce
 
“…Two years ago, the China Metallurgical Group Corporation, a Chinese state-owned conglomerate, bid $3.4 billion — $1 billion more than any of its competitors from Canada, Europe, Russia, the United States and Kazakhstan — for the rights to mine deposits near the village of Aynak. Over the next 25 years, it plans to extract about 11 million tons of copper — an amount equal to one-third of all the known copper reserves in China.
 
While the United States spends hundreds of billions of dollars fighting the Taliban and Al Qaeda here, China is securing raw material for its voracious economy. The world’s superpower is focused on security. Its fastest rising competitor concentrates on commerce…” More

CANNON FODDER FOR THE NEW WORLD ORDER:Part 2

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 Deanna Spingola 
September 4, 2010
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“Other non-compliant politicians are run out of office, assassinated, arrested, die in airplane crashes, are impeached or publicly humiliated. U.S. politicians understandably fear the international bankers more than they fear the wrath of their disgruntled constituents.”

PART 2 of 2

International Communism, adapted for expediency, was a means of brutal seizure of control, a perfect political mechanism for the international bankers. If people objected to tyranny, they were sent to slave labor camps or were quickly killed and silenced. Lenin and Trotsky (Lev Davidovich Bronstein) were divided on one issue – Lenin supported violent revolution while Trotsky favored a non-violent, intellectual approach to total government control.[6] Lenin maintained, “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.” In America, the bankers control the left and the right paradigm, the conservatives and the liberals, the Democrats and the Republicans. American Trotskyites, who prefer intellectual infiltration, seized the “conservative” label and continue to promote their agenda through numerous “conservative” groups. They manipulate and publicly promote certain religious leaders who then endorse that same agenda. The Trotskyites fund influential, noble named think tanks and regularly appear in the media. More

Gangster/banksters: moving towards a global monetary system

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by AL Whitney (c) copyright 2009 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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Bob Chapman of the International Forecaster has released his latest forecast potential for Fed to hyperinflate. According to Bob Chapman the corrupt banking system, that has held much of the planet hostage since at least 1694, appears to be going down in flames and taking the dollar with it. The gangster/banksters are moving toward a global central banking system giving them control of all currencies. They want a global monetary system with “them” in charge, of course. More

Gun Control & The False Left-Right Paradigm

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To read the news, lately, it would seem that we have the so-called “liberal left” gun grabbers on one side vs. the “conservative” Republican “defenders of the Second Amendment” on the other, which of course, includes the National Rifle Association (NRA). No other version of the debate over gun control is ever offered or publicized by the corporate-controlled mainstream media. Thus, the debate is framed in a false perspective in which the only options are to either favor gun control or to favor less of it – while leaving the bulk of it in place. What the public doesn’t understand is that this still violates the Second Amendment.

There is a third option, one that lies outside the false left-right paradigm, and that is the Constitutionalist option, which would demand the full repeal of all gun laws. This is the only option that is truly in support of protecting the Second Amendment. Anything else simply allows the Second Amendment to remain eviscerated – if not to remove it entirely.

As I have written before, one doesn’t compromise with our inalienable rights. The moment we begin to do so is the moment we have kissed those rights goodbye. That moment was allowed to occur seventy-five years ago, with the passage of the first gun control law, the National Firearms Act of 1934 and the fallout from that act has been accumulating ever since – with the full blessing of both “sides” of the false left-right paradigm.

While so-called Democrats have historically campaigned openly for more and tighter gun controls – if not the outright banning of guns – thus, playing the role of the “bad guys” in the debate (depending upon which side of the false left-right paradigm you look at it from), the “opposing” side – the so-called “conservative Republicans” – have played their “good guy” role, pretending to be staunch defenders of the Second Amendment, while voting in favor of many gun control laws and never demanding the repeal of the hundreds of existing gun control laws. Thus, the so-called “right-wing,” with its tough-sounding anti-gun control rhetoric, creates a facade of standing up for our constitutional rights, all the while supporting policy that leaves gun control intact and even allows it to continue growing.

As I have pointed out before, the NRA – the nation’s oldest and most vocal (as well as best funded) “gun rights” organization is the tip of the spear on the phony “conservative” side, having pretended for seventy-five years to be fighting against infringement of the Second Amendment while, at the same time, endorsing more laws that violate it. Even when they are endorsing laws that give the appearance of “lifting restrictions” or of “granting rights” to gun owners, they are still knowingly supporting gun control, as that is what these laws truly are. The only thing that is necessary to restore the Second Amendment – and the only action that will do so – is to repeal all the laws that violate it, in the first place. The NRA has never advocated this. Instead, they have played their role in the false left-right paradigm, pretending that asking the government to not infringe the Second Amendment quite so much as they have been is somehow a “victory” for gun owners. It is not. Anything short of full repeal does not serve the interests of anyone but the gun grabbers and until all gun control laws have been repealed, we will always remain vulnerable to the specter of gun confiscation.

While the gun control advocates of the so-called “left” are perfectly obvious (they’re supposed to be. That’s their role), not as obvious and, thus, even more dangerous to our liberties, are those on the so-called “right” who make the pretense of being defenders of the Second Amendment. It is harder for a dumbed-down public to see through their charade and to realize that both “sides” serve the same agenda.

One example of this is Rep. Mary Fallon (R-Oklahoma), who serves my district. I have met Mary Fallon, just before her election to Congress. This was before I had awakened to the horrific fact our own government staged 9/11. Once I was aware of this and had begun researching the New World Order, I found, among many things, that Mary Fallon was among those to have supported the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007. Fallon is but one of many in Congress who are engaged in the same sort of subterfuge.

This morning, I read an article by Rep. Fallon, in which she refers to herself as a member of the NRA and pledges that she will “continue to support the Second Amendment to our Constitution.”She is playing her role to the hilt, arguing against the passage of H.R. 45, a massive bill that will greatly infringe the Second Amendment, but then, she’s supposed to argue against it, as the NRA is appearing to do, as part of the act. Later, as usual, there will be an NRA-backed “compromise” version of the bill that will fly through the Congress, mark my words. The result: the NRA and its supporters on the phony “right” will appear to have, once again, gallantly defended the Second Amendment and they will even be lauded for having achieved a “great victory” for the Second Amendment by allowing a slightly less dangerous version of yet another gun control law to come into existence, further violating the Second Amendment. This is how they operate. By pretending to fight against further restrictions, they are actually approving them, and the NRA has been doing this for decades.

Of course, the public doesn’t know enough about “our” Constitution to realize that it is the Federalist Constitution of 1787 that laid the groundwork for the rise of a large central government with a central bank and that our original constitution, The Articles of Confederation, was replaced by it for exactly that purpose. The Articles of Confederation didn’t necessitate any amendments to protect our rights because it was written to protect them all, in the first place and provided a far superior system of checks and balances for doing so. The Federalists, who were agents of the Rothschilds – the international bankers who sought (and still seek) to rule the world through the control of its money supply – had a mission to accomplish for their masters in London and that mission was to scrap the Articles of Confederation and replace it with a constitution that guaranteed the eventual growth of central government power. We see the result of their success all around us today.

Governments have, historically, never relinquished their power willingly and the biggest threat to a fascistic government is an aware, armed populace. The founders knew this and they also knew that, unchecked, our government would become just as despotic as every government before it had. Thus, the Second Amendment was included in the Constitution to secure our existing right to self-defense.

The Bill of Rights was tacked onto the Constitution, not by “the founders,” as we were told in our government run schools, but by the seldom mentioned Anti-Federalists who opposed the Federalist Constitution, to begin with and who insisted upon protecting our rights by adding a Bill of Rights and the ten Amendments to the Federalist Constitution. The two factions fought tooth and nail over this, the Federalists fighting to exclude these additional measures, as they were not aligned with the objectives of their corporate masters in London.

For all we know, the Anti-Federalists may well have been role-playing, just as the NRA and the Republicans are today. They succeeded in getting a Bill of Rights and the ten amendments added to the Constitution, but, obviously, that wasn’t sufficient to prevent the rise of a centralized totalitarian state, for the Federalist Constitution itself laid the groundwork for that centralization, despite the addition of the Bill of Rights and the ten amendments. Perhaps, as today, that was also by design. We may never know the truth.

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