...It's your job to consider ALL the evidence -- funny, absurd and horrifying truth... (?)
Wow Geno... excellent videos. Both of them.
Graham he talks about your stuff in the second video...Yes Wanda, thanks...
Well, now you come to the ..real..hidden knowledge and truth to our combined amnesia. It is too much of a leap for most, but likely not for this crowd, so here goes: if you follow scientific literature you may have read recently that we have found an anomoly regarding our solar systems' configuration ( see here for details http://www.npr.org/blogs/krulwich/2013/05/06/181613582/our-very-normal-solar-system-isn-t-normal-anymore ) Keeping that in mind, you can gain great illumination by watching this presentation http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=t7EAlTcZFwY&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dt7EAlTcZFwY
Exactly zero of your links work... perhaps you can post some search terms?
Real shame these boards don't have live link (they do go live if you subscribe by email however) - thanks for letting me know.So first: search "Robert Krulwich, Our very normal solar system isn't normal anymore"Next DEFINITELY watch (now free) movie: "Symbols of an Alien Sky"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7EAlTcZFwY&feature=youtube_gdata_playerHope they work, thanks for asking.
It's not a stretch to say that we are immersed in "the" Great Awakening; hiding in plain sight, yet there for anyone to witness if they were to just open a blind eye. Disclosure is meted, pared down, yet happening; and some are still asking, when will it occur?The truth is there for the hunter warrior but remains elusive for the gatherer following the leader.http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=pKP9ru_G5vk#!
In response to Electric Universe...http://www.sillybeliefs.com/aliens.html
Wanda, your response to what precisely? I assume you are aware of the fact that "alien" has more than one definition?This material has zero to do with little green men.
Thank you Hugh, I hadn't seen that documentary yet, very well presented material. Interesting that the final point is in regard to the global pyramidal complexes. I enthusiastically follow the progress being made on the Bosnia pyramid discovery (estimated between 20-30 thousand years old). info link at bottom of post if interested.There is no doubt that our past (and indeed the greater direction of all of our sciences) has been heavily obfuscated. It is time for humanity to unite in truth rather continue our divisions based in lies.The Bosnia pyramid find -http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=CPNVQD5TSYU&feature=related
Hugh... Brilliant... Thank you.... ;)
Sorry, typo in my previous comment...E.U. What Hugh posted was a comedic parody... it was a farce. It was thrown together mumbo jumbo, pseudo science, citing some wholly made up experts (useful idiots) put to background music and you consider it a well thought out documentary.You are either unbelievably gullible or you are talking out of Uranus... or both. Either way, i'll pass on your guidance.
Well, somebody certainly needs a hug :-) Thank you for setting us all straight Wanda, your positive contribution is much appreciated.BTW, I did say well presented and -not well thought out ...word-craft.. remember ..Geno, thanks for your efforts and lets hope all of the truth-seekers can at some point unite against this fascism that fast approaches.Here is a good article you may want to post (or not)I take my leave, good luck and fortune to you all --
Ooops - the article -Fascism Anyone?By, Laurence W. Britthttp://www.secularhumanism.org/index.php?section=library&page=britt_23_2
Hey man don't leave... I generally allow people to respond to their agitators before saying something....Wanda, there is a fine line between identifying trolls and insulting regular people....I agree with the idea being ourselves commands the most respect but we have people who could lose jobs for having an opinion....And yes I know that that job should not have the right to oppress but it comes back to reality and idealism...
the line in the sand is when people ignore major red flags if not blatant evidence because they clearly are looking to serve themselves over principle... eventually truth seems to come out and in the case of these screen names who claimed to be world saviors-- it became pretty clear some major self service was a big part of this juggernaut limping into port...abandoning principles...good solid knowledge of the seas and aquatic navigation for an outboard motor and a cheap GPS system....
Fascism Anyone?Laurence W. BrittThe following article is from Free Inquiry magazine, Volume 23, Number 2.Free Inquiry readers may pause to read the “Affirmations of Humanism: A Statement of Principles” on the inside cover of the magazine. To a secular humanist, these principles seem so logical, so right, so crucial. Yet, there is one archetypal political philosophy that is anathema to almost all of these principles. It is fascism. And fascism’s principles are wafting in the air today, surreptitiously masquerading as something else, challenging everything we stand for. The cliché that people and nations learn from history is not only overused, but also overestimated; often we fail to learn from history, or draw the wrong conclusions. Sadly, historical amnesia is the norm.We are two-and-a-half generations removed from the horrors of Nazi Germany, although constant reminders jog the consciousness. German and Italian fascism form the historical models that define this twisted political worldview. Although they no longer exist, this worldview and the characteristics of these models have been imitated by protofascist regimes at various times in the twentieth century. Both the original German and Italian models and the later protofascist regimes show remarkably similar characteristics. Although many scholars question any direct connection among these regimes, few can dispute their visual similarities.Beyond the visual, even a cursory study of these fascist and protofascist regimes reveals the absolutely striking convergence of their modus operandi. This, of course, is not a revelation to the informed political observer, but it is sometimes useful in the interests of perspective to restate obvious facts and in so doing shed needed light on current circumstances.For the purpose of this perspective, I will consider the following regimes: Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, Franco’s Spain, Salazar’s Portugal, Papadopoulos’s Greece, Pinochet’s Chile, and Suharto’s Indonesia. To be sure, they constitute a mixed bag of national identities, cultures, developmental levels, and history. But they all followed the fascist or protofascist model in obtaining, expanding, and maintaining power. Further, all these regimes have been overthrown, so a more or less complete picture of their basic characteristics and abuses is possible.Analysis of these seven regimes reveals fourteen common threads that link them in recognizable patterns of national behavior and abuse of power. These basic characteristics are more prevalent and intense in some regimes than in others, but they all share at least some level of similarity.See EU's link.... I will post this soon as a feature....
good article EU, looking forward to more...
'john' referring to himself as much as anybody else imo.
Note I added another video to this....
a myopic narrow door of reasoning... Imagine that "doing good" for the world... He really should stop taunting me... not that I read it. People tell me things but I could care less if I ever read one of his paragraphless tirades with the same caustic language ever again. Interesting that true character stuck around... pretty flattered by that. Thanks guys...
"FM urges Americans not to repeat Boston Tea PartyHistory aficionados remember the Boston Tea Party as the first major political protest against the tax policy of the British government and the East India Company, which controlled all tea imports to the colonies. http://www.indiainfoline.com/Markets/News/FM-urges-Americans-not-to-repeat-Boston-Tea-Party/5664191302The namelessFinance Minister P Chidambaram while speaking on 'The Rise of the East: Implications for the Global Economy' at the South Asian Institute and Mahendra Humanities Center at Harvard University quipped: "It was only a few miles from here that tea from the East, transported by the British East India Company, was unceremoniously dumped in Boston Harbour 240 years ago. Of course, we respect the sentiment that led you to do it, but hope you will not do it again. Fish do not drink tea and it would be a waste of good Darjeeling." History aficionados remember the Boston Tea Party as the first major political protest against the tax policy of the British government and the East India Company, which controlled all tea imports to the colonies. Irked by the refusal of Boston officials to return three shiploads of taxed tea to Britain, a group of colonists secretly boarded the ships. They then went about destroying the tea by throwing it into the Boston Harbour. This event on December 16, 1773 was a precursor to the resistance movement against the Tea Act which spread throughout British America. Colonist objected to the Act --- passed by the British Parliament in 1773 -- as they felt it violated their rights as Englishmen to 'no taxation without representation."A series of events led to the crisis escalating and finally led to the American Revolutionary War. The war too began near Boston in 1775."
In 1763, Benjamin Franklin was asked by the Bank of England why the colonies were so prosperous, and this was his response….“That is simple. In the colonies we issue our own money. It is called Colonial Script. We issue it in proper proportion to the demands of trade and industry to make the products pass easily from the producers to the consumers.In this manner, creating for ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay to no one.”The Currency Act of 1764 ordered the American Colonists to stop printing their own money. Colonial script (the money the colonists were using at the time) was to be exchanged at a two-to-one ratio for “notes” from the Bank of England.Later, in his autobiography, Benjamin Franklin explained the impact that this currency change had on the colonies….“In one year, the conditions were so reversed that the era of prosperity ended, and a depression set in, to such an extent that the streets of the Colonies were filled with unemployed.”In fact, Benjamin Franklin stated unequivocally in his autobiography that the power to issue currency was the primary reason for the Revolutionary War….“The colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been that England took away from the colonies their money, which created unemployment and dissatisfaction. The inability of the colonists to get power to issue their own money permanently out of the hands of George III and the international bankers was the prime reason for the Revolutionary War.”
The Money Masters is up in several forms on youtube and I have posted it twice here... Next month I will post the part 1 through 22 in 10 minute sections for the first 22 days so we can discuss each segment...Thanks for this post...
I like to keep both feet on the ground and deal in the reality of life that is right in front of us, rather than dickering in 'whats out there' or in past history, or imagining the unknown future.I believe when one spends their time and life on those things, then they are not living in the present.All that we really need is to get rid of the known tyrants, the admirality law, and return to common sense and the common law. These Statutes that have been thrust upon us (color of law) are NOT Laws. Its these Statues by which they are playing games with the lives of ordinary people.These remedies are right in front of us, and won't be found by looking at the universe, or 'out there'.It is THIS world that needs a good ole fashioned ENEMA.Just sayin'
deserves a post....
That's a good article and is a primer for building cognitive parapets to combat the dissonance.I read recently that side effects from food additives, water fluoridation, GMO’s, tainted air, excessive vaccines, cause people to become mediocre, and lose their critical thinking abilities. Some new technologies could make living a ‘natural’ life challenging in the near future. In fact, according to the Strategic Social Initiative, (2045.com), scientists, technologists, and entrepreneurs support the forming of a ‘new evolutionary strategy’ for humanity. Could this become human evolution? This is a hotly debated question and the purists, understandably, are none to happy about what it may portend. The race for human immortality is on; but at what expense to the human who does not/can not enter the competition because of requirement standards? John maintains that the singularity is inevitable and that it's necessary for human evolution. He may be correct. I don't worry about the future and the technology it brings because most of it is good and for the betterment for all; or so we're led to believe. However, I do fear the irreversible harm it could cause to mankind if it falls into the wrong hands.If necessity is the mother of invention, perhaps humans could evolve a little faster to solve their problems if we only had access to all hidden knowledge and other suppressed technologies. It certainly wouldn't hurt, or could it?
oh no cybernetics will fix all that...;)
“the whole machinery of our intelligence, our general ideas and laws, fixed and external objects, principles, persons, and gods, are so many symbolic, algebraic expressions. They stand for experience; experience which we are incapable of retaining and surveying in its multitudinous immediacy. We should flounder hopelessly, like the animals, did we not keep ourselves afloat and direct our course by these intellectual devices. Theory helps us to bear our ignorance of fact. “George Santayana
"Like a rat in a mazethe path before me lies,and the pattern never altersuntil the rat dies"See any "Patterns"?Commentaries are unnecessary on a text that speaks for itself. Let us take the date into consideration: 1892 — one year before the crisis of 1893. We now have in our possession three documents relative to this 1893 crisis.The 1891 document, the confidential leaflet of the bankers, encouraging mortgages on properties, in anticipation of the crisis that the bankers would launch a little later on to grab all of the mortgaged properties. Besides, here is the text:“We are authorizing our loan officers from the Western States to loan on properties, monies repayable by September 1t, 1894. No fatal date is to exceed this date.“On September 1st, 1894, we shall categorically refuse all loan renewals. On that day, we shall demand the repayment of our money, under penalty of foreclosure on collaterals.“The mortgaged properties will become ours. (Money will have become scarce beforehand, and the repayments will have become generally impossible.) We'll thus be able to acquire, at a price agreeable to us, two-thirds of the farms west of the Mississippi and thousands more east of this great river.“We'll even be able to possess three quarters of the western farms as well as all the money in the country. The farmers will then become land tenants only, just like in England.”The above-mentioned 1892 document in which the Bankers expose their philosophy.http://michaeljournal.org/bankphilo.htm
very interesting Hugh... is it coincidental Zionism was re-revving its engines then?
coincidental? Why hell son, that's their whole goddamn raison d'être; ain't it?
What did we learn from that first Jordan Maxwell video you posted today? War is not the only thing they do by deception. Destabilize, disenfranchise entire countries, communities with all their families; leave them out in the street to fend for themselves while breaching contracts of their own design. You deserve to get screwed because you don't speak our language and besides, we're just superior.
right on brother, great contributions...
Life on Mars verified. In your face WANDA!http://www.dailypaul.com/285967/life-on-mars-verified-in-your-face-all-you-doubters
LOL....In my alternate reality the chickens have lips.You're going to have to stand in line to bash me... the Renegade Bois - He Man Woman Haters Club (as well as anyone who isn't white) got there ahead of you......http://www.blogtalkradio.com/renegadebroadcasting/2013/05/19/renegade-roundtableThey start the Wanda bashing at 12:55 - pretty funny, not man enough to discuss my issues, they resort to insulting my look... Hey Geno... does this nose make my ass look fat?
Nice eye shields on the commies aren't cool frau... her nose supports the glass just fine.Where are you in this trashtalk round-a-bout? Comments/ call in? Are these guys white supremacists? Ugh..And no, your ass is not fat; probably...
Graham, others should appreciate this.http://www.dailypaul.com/133248/pulled-over-today-with-no-license-license-plate-or-registrationThe question I have for Julius is how did he provide proof of insurance to the police? I'm 'almost' certain that my carrier would not issue me a policy if I weren't a licensed driver in this state.
Hugh, that was interesting. As far as insurance goes, it varies state to state obviously, but I'm guessing he has no lien on the vehicle, and or, it may be covered under some kind of property blanket policy, don't know.Also, signing the ticket, 'without prejudice' and then your signature is an option.
Why Obama Will Survive the Equivalent of Five “Watergate Scandals”"Mark Twain once talked about history not necessarily repeating, but he noted that history sure does rhyme.Richard Nixon was unable to survive one direct hit upon his administration, namely, the Watergate scandal. Conversely, Obama is facing five scandals which dwarf Watergate in terms of criminality, abuse of power, malfeasance of office and outright treason.The damage inflicted upon the American people by the criminal syndicate occupying the White House is unparalleled in American history. Yet, Obama is going to survive and this article will describe how Obama is this century’s version of the famous escape artist, Houdini."http://www.activistpost.com/2013/05/why-obama-will-survive-equivalent-of.html
Man Twain was a funny bastard....
The article above is part two of three. This is part one, I believe.Both are equally worthy of reading and need I say disturbing in what they project.http://www.activistpost.com/2013/03/what-will-follow-death-of-petrodollar.html
Twain, Mencken and Will Rogers were/are masters of slinging satire off the cuff in denoting the ironic behind the obvious.
Dear Geno,Check out this over the top mall cop video....http://www.fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/viral-video-security-guard-assaults-photographers-taking-pictures/44625It is funny but people are getting sick of the cop abuse....Nine
Dear Geno,Photography and the law:http://content.photojojo.com/tips/legal-rights-of-photographers/Interesting how even a shopping mall is considered in the public domain and that taking pictures is a right however, like malls that are private property if there are signs or one asks you not to take pictures you should comply but even all of that is iffy and that mall cop in my above post was way out of control and deserved the beat down....Nine