Archive for October, 2011
If we assume that the police and government do not like the #Occupy movement, and are therefore likely to try to stop it, what are the best ways of achieving this?
How about some violence that could justify a larger scale police/military force? (Maybe even martial law itself)
Police around the world have a long history of posing as protestors and often create a false-flag events that are used as a pretext or justification of violent action against what would have been a peaceful, Lawful assembly.
Des Moines, Iowa (CNN) – Ron Paul has won two separate tallies for the National Federation of Republican Assemblies Presidential Straw Poll.
Paul won both the Iowa-voters-only count at the Saturday convention in Des Moines as well as a tally of non-Iowans who participated.
In the Iowa voters result, Paul took 82%. Following him were Herman Cain with 14.7%, Rick Santorum with 1%, Newt Gingrich with 0.9%, Michele Bachmann with 0.5%, Rick Perry with 0.5%, Gary Johnson with 0.2%, with Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman 0%.
The total number of votes cast in that tally was 430.
In the tally of non-Iowans who voted, Paul won 26% followed by Cain at 25%, Perry and Santorum tied at 16%, Gingrich at 11%, Bachmann at 6%, Romney at 1%, and Huntsman and Johnson with 0%.
The total number of votes cast in that count was 101.
Though Paul won both tallies, the NFRA has not yet officially endorsed a candidate. Delegates to the convention will decide that later Saturday.
Very interesting, these folks are serving California judges with papers for conflict of interest because the Judges retirement plans are invested in major banks; therefore they can’t be objective in real estate foreclosure cases. The man speaking also mentions that the California de jure government has been abandoned in favor of a new corporate entity, with it’s own EIN number. Search for “de jure” on this site to explore to immense scope and implications on that subject. Shoot me an email or leave a comment if you want more info.
I’m lining up an interview as we speak to discuss this topic with “National Trustee” to The United States of America, Charlie Miller. On a conference call last night we discussed the topics of corporate jurisdiction, the corporation of THE UNITED STATES, the fact that the The Federal Reserve is a private corporation (NOT a Federal bank) and that the mega-banking Rothschild family empire is the primary owner of these corporations—therefore they are liable for the losses incurred by them.
In Mr. Miller’s eyes this means that to settle these losses we can go directly to the Rothschilds via our courts and demand justice.
I could be wrong, and often am, but this is very, very interesting.
Comment: After billions of dollars spent and thousands of lives lost, what have we gained? The arab world is a crazy place and our short-term gains are almost always neutralized by long-term costs. We give the country thousands of lives and billions of dollars only to have them turn on us.
The Obama administration should rethink its commitment to the fight in Afghanistan, according to American politicians furious with Afghan president Hamid Karzai for saying his country would back Pakistan in a war with the United States.
Anger over Mr Karzai’s remarks is likely to surface today when US secretary of state Hillary Clinton testifies before the house foreign affairs committee, her first congressional appearance since her trip last week to Afghanistan and Pakistan.
In an interview last weekend, Mr Karzai told a Pakistani TV station: “If fighting starts between Pakistan and the US, we are beside Pakistan. If Pakistan is attacked and the people of Pakistan need Afghanistan’s help, Afghanistan will be there with you.”
He said his government would not allow any nation, including the United States, to dictate its policies.
Those comments drew a sharp rebuke from members of US Congress, including some who have been strong supporters of the decade-plus war in Afghanistan.
Norm Dicks of Washington state, a senior Democrat, said: “Without the assistance of the United States, $468 billion from the United States Treasury and the supreme sacrifice of 1,820 American soldiers who have died during Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan would still be ruled by a gang of Taliban thugs with few individual liberties and no popularly elected leaders.”
Mr Dicks said Mr Karzai’s comments underscore the need for the United States to reconsider its mission and schedule for withdrawing forces from Afghanistan.
The United States has about 98,000 troops in Afghanistan and plans to bring most forces home by 2015.
It intends to withdraw the 33,000 additional troops that president Barack Obama sent to Afghanistan in 2009 by the end of the “fighting season” in 2012, 10,000 of them by the end of this year. About 3,000 of those have already left.
Senator Joe Manchin said: “Now more than ever, president Karzai’s insult to America tells me that it’s time for our country to stop pouring our limited taxpayer dollars and losing precious American lives in a country where we aren’t even welcome – and even worse, where they have the gall to threaten to side against us.”
Republican representative Connie Mack said the US “needs to have a foreign policy – as [former US] president Bush said — you’re either with us or against us”.
American politicians have been critical of Pakistan, demanding it crack down on the Taliban-linked Haqqani network, considered a major threat to American forces.
Admiral Mike Mullen, the former joint chiefs of staff chairman, told Congress last month that the violent Haqqani network “acts as a veritable arm” of Pakistan’s intelligence agency.
While in Pakistan, Ms Clinton bluntly said that if the government in Islamabad is unwilling or unable to take the fight to al-Qaeda and the Haqqani network operating from its border with Afghanistan, the US “would show” it how to eliminate its safe havens.
Politicians are also expected to press Ms Clinton on the Obama administration’s recent decision to pull its ambassador out of Syria temporarily, the withdrawal of US combat troops from Iraq by year’s end, and the Palestinians’ push for statehood at the United Nations over objections from the US and Israel.
Check ‘em out here, he’s gonna give Romney a run for his money on a lack of consistency.
Speaking of The Hermanator, his new ad is absolutely ridiculous. Thanks God, the true conservative/liberty-minded/freedom-loving person’s choice is becoming clear. If you’re scared about the war/security issue, please ask yourself this: if we bring back the incredible arsenal we have from around the world do you really think terrorists will want to come here?
If you want to know why terrorists attack us, you might want to ask the former Bin Laden division Chief and CIA veteran Michael Scheuer. “This war is motivated by the activities of our government in the Muslim world.”
Here’s Herm’s ad in all of its greatness:
He’s on the fringe of the world for sure, but he always delivers gripping information and addresses the major points of the financial mafia “elite” with striking detail and professionalism—his previous employment with Forbes magazine shines through.
If you listen to his views keep your eyes open for financial pre-quake tremors that foreshadow a coming collapse and subsequent restart.
To spoil the punchline of his talk, he says that there are extremely powerful “good guys” (to use his words) fighting against “the cabal” that controls the world’s financial system based on paper/fiat/fake currency a la The Federal Reserve. The “good guys” goal is to break “the cabal’s” grip upon global currencies, put a new system into place and allegedly have the backing of much of The US military.
If it’s true, this will have lots of benefits and allow for real wealth to remain with those who produce it; however a short-term trauma is unavoidable and if you feel drawn to stockpile food and medical supplies that could be a very worthwhile task.
That being said, Jesus did say “all these things I have done, you shall do and more.” Therefore, we may find ourselves manifesting food, creating spontaneous healings and perhaps much more. As fanciful as it sounds, “there ain’t no such thing as half-way crooks” and we can’t only accept the parts of Gospel that seem believable…