The mysterious Baltic Sea “UFO” continues to remain an intense enigma.
It is covered in carved lines, has holes punched in it, is surrounded by strange circle of small stones and most amazingly has the power to shut off electronic equipment.
Check the video to get your mind pretty well blown…
The aliens issue has always been a tough one. Yes, there is a statistical likelihood of their existence. Yes, there are mentions of non-human evil entities in The Bible. Yes, many people have incredible convincing stories of seeing flying objects. Where we go from here is the difficult task.
Do we seek to contact them? Are they more likely to be benevolent or manipulative and cruel? How does God fit into the picture? Are they actually interdimensional beings of spirit that manifest as different forms of physical matter when they choose to? It’s all quite confusing to me.
If you doubt the existence of “UFO’s” I suggest viewing the below video, it is by far the most convincing documentary I’ve seen, with the most credible subjects.
Dr. Corsi details some of Andrew Breitbart’s final moments speaking with Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Given Sheriff Arpaio’s ground-breaking investigation into Obama’s official documents, and Breitbart’s recent statements that he has video that would ruin Obama’s chances at re-election, the implications of this are very serious—potentially earth-shaking.
Is it possible that Breitbart was murdered to protect Obama?
Given that the clip is with Jones, it requires a careful eye because although he provides some excellent insights he is an exaggerator at times.
Luke Rudkowski at WeAreChange.org does some really great work every now and then.
“Bohemian Grove, that I attend from time to time, is the faggy go*^ammed thing you could ever imagine.” President Richard Nixon.
December 21, 2011 - From the remorseless liars that brought America into the Iraq War, have kept the US mired in Afghanistan for now over a decade, oversaw the genocide in Libya wrought by NATO-backed Al Qaeda terrorists, and are attempting to incite war with both Syria and Iran, comes a frothing, if not entirely elementary attack against one of the few obstacles that stands in their way of perpetual war fought at America’s expense but for their personal gain.
That obstacle is Ron Paul and the Constitutional reawakening he has spurred. Leading the charge is a slightly misfitting addition to the Neo-Conservative corporate-fascist propaganda machine, openly-homosexual warmongering “libertarian” James Kirchick. While Kirchick’s sexual orientation really is a matter of his own personal business, the necessity of him making it a public issue and the fact that those he works for have used anti-homosexual rhetoric to manipulate the American political landscape for decades is already a display of undermining and astounding hypocrisy.
Kirchick’s argument is based on the same tired, already addressed “newsletter” published in Ron Paul’s name decades ago, and despite none of the articles cited by Kirchick actually even being written by Ron Paul, he still enjoys preceding each accusation with, “He says…” Kirchick’s servile obedience to the Neo-Con agenda, which has cultivated and is directing Ron Paul’s competition - Cain, Romney, Perry, and Gingrich - is fairly obvious to detect. However, it is now a matter of record that Kirchick literally sits, as a “fellow” within a Neo-Con corporate and US State Department-funded think-tank, the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD).
The FDD features as its “executive team,” the likes of James Woolsey and Clifford May while its “leadership council” includes Paula Dobriansky, Steve Forbes, Max Kampelman, Bill Kristol, and Senator Joseph Lieberman. Richard Perle, Eric Cantor, Gary Bauer, and Charles Krauthammer sit on the FDD’s “board of advisors,” while Reuel Marc Gerecht, Bill Roggio, and James Kirchick himself sit as FDD “fellows.” Truly exemplary of everything that is wrong with America, and everything Ron Paul and the ideals he promotes aim at fixing, the FDD is a weed that needs to be pulled from America’s political landscape. (For further reading regarding these names, please see “NED & Freedom House are run by Warmongering Imperialists,” “Neo-Cons for Human Rights?” and to see a good example of FDD’s contrived propaganda exposed and in action, “Neo-Con Infomercial: Iranium.”)
…and indefinite detention can be implemented by the military by word of one man (The President), we could be have a real problem on our hands.
Add in the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act and the MIAC Report that says Ron Paul supporters, veterans and Constitution advocates are right wing extremists and we’ve got some real interesting stuff going on right now.
We face a great many problems, and only a few potential solutions. Will we bunker down and depend on our ability to survive? Will we turn to God and seek guidance?
Are we being told to “take out Iran’s nuclear power” because they are a threat to Israel—or because it would make it more difficult to launch another regime change campaign in the country?
Make sure to check the articles at the very bottom, gold.
Article from the surprisingly striking MilwaukeeStory.com
The Iran question is often posed, as it was in last week’s debate to Ron Paul, as a hypothetical. If Iran was proven to have a nuclear weapon what steps would be taken by the US to assure they did not attack Israel? The establishment media is skillful in the presentation and structure of the debate. The question assumes it is the responsibility of the US to protect Israel from a strike by Iran. But more importantly it assumes that Iran has the ability and strategic desire to attack Israel.
This unclassified assessment of Iran’s military capability by the US Department of Defense clearly states that “To ensure regime survival, Iran’s security strategy is based first on deterring an attack.”
The document goes on to make this key statement, “Iran’s nuclear program and its willingness to keep open the possibility of developing nuclear weapons is a central part of its deterrent strategy.”
But what if the unpredictable Ahmadinejad and company in Tehran suddenly changed their strategy and decided to go on the offensive? Fortunately they would not have the capability according to the DoD which states, “At present Iran’s forces are sufficent to deter or defend against conventional threats from Iran’s weaker neighbors such as post-war Iraq, the GCC, Azerbaijan or Afghanistan but lack the air power and logistical ability to power much beyond Iran’s boarders or to confront regional powers such as Turkey or Israel.”Stated simply Iran wants to obtain the necessary weapons to defend itself in a bad neighborhood where it finds itself surrounded by a global superpower.
The hyping of the potential nuclear program in Iran is Washington’s attempt to establish a pretext that would garner public support for a strike/destabilization campaign on Iran. The obvious goal would be regime change.
So the real reason the Pentagon sees a nuclear program in Iran as a threat is not because it would be used as a first strike weapon against Israel, but because it would make it more difficult for the US and its allies to take out the regime in Tehran.
Many in Washington would love to have cooperative leadership in place in Tehran because it would tilt the control of world energy resources sharply in favor of the US and its allies. But as long as Iran is rogue and friendly with Russia and China we can expect to hear about Iran’s potential nuclear program and the danger it presents Israel and the world.
In the light of these facts the current debate in the Republican presidential primary seems like nothing but propaganda, save the argument made by Ron Paul.
A great look at the machinations behind the scenes and the people who wield incredible power behind the scenes in our government and by slopping their mass to one side of the boat or the other can steer the great ship America to horrible ends.
When The Pentagon is spending billions per year and employing nearly 30,000 people purely for the purpose of “recruitment, public relations and advertising” it might help to have a little healthy skepticism.
This is brilliant—Cenk nails Obombya on a his support for the power to indefinitely detain (read: lock you up for as long as he likes) American citizens without a lawyer, trial, or formal charges. We are drifting towards the abyss; and most of us are too obsessed with TV shows, booze or other cheap thrills to notice.
When I think about the potential horror that the recently passed NDAA legislation can produce, I wonder if is God allowing the poison of chemtrails, the reality of FEMA camps and the horror or false flag terror events to happen so that we are driven to him rather than the joys of this life?
We are in a quick, brief and fleeting world that vanishes so quickly—should we put so much value in it? Upon merely saying that my mind jumps to justify my desire to fight and defend my country and this world from the criminals that have risen to power. But, I am forced to ask myself: “Is our true Citizenship in heaven?” (as mention in Phillipans 3:20). Is this world just a temporary stop that we falsely adorn with value and glory?
For now, I’ll let Isaiah 41:10 sink in: “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
Hopefully the first of many!
FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami.com) – In the wake of most countries in Europe vowing to stop using full-body scanners at airports; the Broward County Commission is looking into banning the scanners from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
The ban would be in place until the scanners have scientifically been proven safe for passengers.
The Commission is expected to take up the issue Tuesday and the TSA will have a spokesperson there to argue for the government’s position.
If the Broward Commission bans the body scanners, it would be the first major airport in the United States to approve a ban since Europe banned the system, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
The scanners emit low-levels of radiation when performing the scans, which has raised concerns around the world.
PBS published a report earlier this year that said it was possible that between six and 100 airline passengers each year could get cancer from going through the machines.
The TSA has repeatedly said the scanners are less dangerous than common X-rays. The Department of Homeland Security also said that the technology used on the scanners is safe for all passengers.
While Broward County can pass the ban, the ultimate decision will come from the TSA on whether or not to keep the technology in place.
Just days ago, CBS national news printed new details about Department of Justice operation ”Fast & Furious.” Internal memos show that agents actually discussed using the operation as a “false flag” to justify taking away the 2nd amendment rights of US citizens.
Congress is currently investigating Fast & Furious. Attorney General Eric Holder has already been caught making at least one false statement under oath.
Gun rights advocates have been asking why Republicans aren’t calling for criminal charges against Eric Holder. Many have criticized FOX News for giving the story little coverage. CBS national news has been breaking most of the new details related to Fast & Furious. Recently Eric Holder yelled at a reporter at an event in DC. He blamed the media for public outrage over Fast & Furious, and told a reporter “you guys need to stop it.“
Today, Texas Congressman Ron Paul became the first GOP president candidate to call for criminal charges against Eric Holder.
Speaking to syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones, Paul called for Holder to be ”immediately fired.” Paul went on to say “I think it was criminal,” and called the operation a ”false flag.” He said that there needs to be an immediate investigation into Holder himself, and said Holder ”deserves charges.”
Paul went on to discuss a now infamous memo from White House lawyers who claim Obama has the right to assassinate American citizens anywhere in the world. Paul stated that Obama is trying to ”legalize Martial law.”
Paul also mocked the FBI’s claim of uncovering an Iranian assignation plot against the Saudi ambassador. He said the man arrested ”may never be tried because they don’t want the truth to come out.”