Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Naked body scanners justified by false narrative

Reading stuff like this really gets me going:
The Transportation Security Administration has opened an investigation targeting John Tyner, the Oceanside man who left Lindbergh Field under duress on Saturday morning after refusing to undertake a full body scan. 
Tyner recorded the half-hour long encounter on his cell phone and later posted it to his personal blog, along with an extensive account of the incident.  The blog went viral, attracting hundreds of thousands of readers and thousands of comments.  
Tyner is now subject to an $11,000 fine and civil suit.  Apparently, Tyner was not aware that he is a slave that is to keep his mouth shut while being sexually assaulted and having his naked body scanned.  That is what we do here in America these days.  Silly him.

His first hand account of this ridiculous spectacle is here, and is well worth a read.  Other commentators have some enlightening perspectives about the incident as well.


Tyner's ordeal is just the latest tyrannical episode played out in the former Republic of the United States.  Folks, these machines are absolutely ridiculous, and do nothing to for the "security" of the public.  In fact, these machines are extremely dangerous and harmful, both to those being scanned and the TSA workers operating them.  The American public may finally be fed up with this degrading treatment.  Let's hope so.

Let's also not forget the false narrative used to justify these naked body scanners that is being shoved down our throats by the media and political class.  I've been hearing Jannet Napolitano and the gatekeepers at CNN all day talk about how these naked body scanners are necessary for "national security" and that they are required because of the Christmas day underwear bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallah.  However, when you consider the real story of what happened on that Detroit-bound flight, you can smell the bullshit a mile away.  Just listen to what Kurt Haskell, a passenger on the same flight as Abdulmutallah, has to say about how this "terrorist" was escorted on the plane without a passport by, what appears to be, a government agent.  This was not only allowed to happen, but was set up from the beginning for a particular reason.

After all, there is a lot of money to be made off the national security state, so why not just stage events to scare the public into accepting more assaults on basic human dignity, while at the same time making a bundle of cash off of it?  Michael Chertoff is a perfect illustration of this.  Here's a man who ran around advocating for these naked body scanners, while his own company profited off of them.  Of course, we're supposed to be good slaves and not bring up these annoying facts.  And on and on it goes.

I'll be getting on a flight next Wednesday, and you can bet your last dollar I will not be going through Chertoff's naked body scanner.  

Monday, November 15, 2010

The battle against evil

I began reading Eustace Mullins' book The Curse of Canaan the other day, and it finally dawned on me: the movement that many of us are in is really a battle of good versus evil.

We're dealing with people that plan wars for profit by supporting both sides in a conflict.  That manufacture terrorist attacks to sway public opinion.  That steal organs from poor people.  That lie and defraud individuals and nations.  That are involved in Satanic rituals, where raping and murdering children are the norm (I know, gut wrenching stuff).

We could go on and on with historic examples of evil manifesting itself in this world.  Or we could point to more recent examples.  The fact is, on a daily basis, one encounters evidence of the devil's work at play.  Can we sit by and watch this happen?  Or do we take a stand and say enough is enough?  That is a decision each of us has to make.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Another false narrative

I haven't written much lately, but have kept busy reading other people's great blogs and websites, and have kept up with the news.  There are a couple things I'd like to address in this post, which really go to the heart of why I began this blog.  I simply cannot stand aside and watch this utter ridiculousness happen around me without saying something.  And it seems to get a bit more ridiculous each day...

President Obama recently traveled to India as part of his Asian tour, and his first stop was Mumbai, where he commemorated the 2008 terrorist attacks in which 166 (or 163 according to the New York Times) people were killed.  It has been revealed in numerous publications that David Headley, an American who worked for the DEA as an informant and had ties to Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, was the master-mind behind the terrorist attack.  We learn from the New York Times on March 26 of this year that Headley traveled "effortlessly between the United States, Pakistan, and India for nearly seven years, training at a militant camp in Pakistan on five occasions."  On October 16 of this year, the New York Times' headline read: U.S. Had Warnings on Plotter of Mumbai Attacks.  A brief excerpt: 
An examination of Mr. Headley's movements in the years before the bombing, based on interviews in Washington, Pakistan, India, and Morocco, shows that he had overlapping, even baffling, contacts among seemingly disparate groups-- Pakistani intelligence, terrorists, and American drug investigators.  
The Pakistani government has insisted that its spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, a close partner of the C.I.A., did not know of the attack.  The United States says it has no evidence to counter this, though officials acknowledge that some current or retired ISI officers probably played some role. 
Pretty incredible, huh?  aangirfan has a couple great posts on Headley here and here.

When you take into account the C.I.A's long history of drug running, and their ties to terrorist groups, it all begins to make a lot more sense, especially if you do some critical thinking.  This is what these people do: stage terror attacks, transport and sell drugs to fund their illegal operations, and any other activity that perpetuates the world-wide war industry.

Getting back to President Obama.....

We learn from CNN.com that, shortly after President Obama's speech commemorating the terrorist attacks in Mumbai that were the result of a US agent, a $4.1 billion trade deal was negotiated that allowed the Indian air force to purchase 10 C-17 military transport planes.  No mention of Headley's role in the Mumbai attack.  No point in mentioning that minor detail.

I guess what I'm getting at is that this is just the latest example of yet another false narrative being created in order to justify and perpetuate the never ending War on Terror.  The people of the world are held hostage by a criminal cabal that commits outrageous crimes and terror attacks in order to justify more war.  President Obama flies to India to perpetuate this narrative, and then signs a deal to sell military equipment to India in an effort to confront and destroy terrorism.  And on and on it goes.....

UPDATE: Related to all this false-flag terrorism, a member of Parliament recently admitted that the British government and Bank of England fund terrorist groups.  At least the guy was honest for once!

Friday, November 5, 2010

A letter to Tom Hayden

The other night, I attended an event at a church here in San Diego in which Tom Hayden, a prominent peace activist, gave a lecture titled "Rethinking the Peace Movement in the 21st Century."  After his roughly 35 minute lecture, the audience was allowed to ask questions.  Unfortunately, I was not able to ask him my question or challenge him on some of the assertions he made during his speech.  I've decided to email Mr. Hayden in order to address some of these important issues, and I've decided to post that email here on my blog for the world to see.
Dear Mr. Hayden,
First, I want to thank you for coming down to San Diego to give a lecture on such an important topic as the peace movement in this country.  I hope your journey back to Los Angeles was smooth sailing!  I really appreciate your enthusiasm and efforts to raise awareness of the peace movement, and to galvanize support at a grassroots level to address the sheer destructiveness of the wars our country is currently engaged in.  This "long war", as you described it last night, is truly a travesty, with millions of innocent men, women and children of all nationalities, religions, races, and creeds being murdered, maimed, displaced or otherwise negatively affected by the policies of the United States government and military.  
I wasn't able to ask my question or challenge a few of your assertions following your lecture, and wanted to follow-up with this email in the hopes that my concerns would be addressed.  One topic I found surprisingly lacking in your presentation-- which was briefly addressed by a gentleman in the audience following your lecture-- was the event that precipitated and ignited this disastrous "long war" we find ourselves in today.  That event, of course, was 9/11.  And of course, any individual that has studied that event in any detail knows full well that the official story is not only a blatant lie, but a cover-up of government complicity at the highest levels.  Is this an issue that the peace movement in this country should not be concerned about?
You mentioned in your lecture that civilian deaths are being kept secret and covered up, and that the suffering is far worse than what is being reported in the media.  You argued that any member of government that is keeping these details secret is unworthy of support.  I could not agree more.  Further, you stated that the military policy and tactics of the United States is actually causing terrorism, and is giving justification for individuals to take up arms against the United States.  You asserted that this is treason, another point I cannot agree more with.  That being said, I'd draw on your observations and argue that anyone involved in government that justifies the "long war" based on the 9/11 attacks is not only unworthy of support, but is guilty of treason.  Would you agree with that statement?  
The fact is that both political parties are complicit in this cover-up, and the sheer evilness that it has unleashed.  Is this any political system a member of the peace movement can support?  Ultimately, refusing to address the 9/11 issue is an obfuscation from the real reason why our government so hastily went to war.  In order to establish a lasting peace, truth and justice must be met.  And the attacks of 9/11 are the epitome of deception and injustice.  Any thoughts on my assertions?

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

9/11 will not go away...

I'm sort of new to this 9/11 Truth Movement (i.e., anti-Zionist Movement) compared to a lot of people out there, and just recently read this post.  Wow.  What the author, Les Visible, expresses is exactly what I have been trying to put into words since I began this blog.  The post begins:
There is one thing that defines everyone over the course of these early years of this new century.  That thing is the 9/11 attack.  Everyone in government and every field of endeavor the world over is defined by their position on this event.  It is not necessary to know the truth.  It is only necessary to know the extent of the lies in order to define any leader in any position anywhere in the world.  By what they have said and by what they have not said, one can accurately judge who is an enemy of the people's of the world.  One can accurately determine who is a tool of the psychopaths or one of them.  
Think about what you allow yourself to know.  Think about what you pass by; ignore, deny and defend ...that defines you.  It defines the degree of your personal courage, your relationship to the truth, your values, your principles and what you will pass on to your children and everyone you meet.  It tells you in that place where your conscience must once have lived whether you are a hypocrite or a fool or whether something greater still lives within you.  
Precisely.  The 9/11 false flag attack was and remains the defining event of this century.  All that has been wrought in it's aftermath was and continues to be based on a monumental lie.  Although we don't have all the answers as to what really happened that day, many have put together the dots, and the trail leads straight to Israel and her agents of influence that have complete control over the US government.  The official government version of the events is patently absurd, defies the basic laws of science, and is an brazen insult to the intelligence of the people of the world.  The evidence is overwhelming in this case....  

The post continues:
It all comes down to 9/11.  Everything that has happened has happened based on a lie.  Everyone in government; in the media, in entertainment, in organized religion, in the public eye and in the public who accepts and promotes the official story is either a traitor or a tool.  Everyone who does not stand forth and speak truth to power is a coward, a liar and complicit in mass murder.  Everyone- everywhere can be measured according to this litmus test.  
And that about sums it up folks.  So if you want to know why I am so consumed with 9/11, that is why.  Look at what has happened since that attack.  The government, controlled by a criminal Zionist network, has launched an endless war against a faceless enemy that it itself has created and manipulated.  It has completely obliterated the rule of law and Constitutional guarantees, sanctioned and engaged in torture and countless other abuses that have been documented repeatedly.  All the other distractions thrown at the public are a waste of time and, ultimately, an obfuscation from the truth about the events unfolding in our world.  The criminals who are responsible for 9/11 and the events that have developed since do not want people to discuss this subject, and have gone to great lengths to deceive the world about the truth of that day.  Anyone in the public eye that parrots the official 9/11 line is a traitor and unworthy of support, period.

I realize I am one individual in this world, and a lot of the things that are happening are largely out of my hands.  However, we all have to take a stand for what we believe in, and this is my way of doing just that.  I don't want to make out to be some sort of saint or anything.  Everyone makes mistakes, has their flaws, and lets others down at times, including me.  And I will continue to do so; no one can be a perfect individual at all times.  I am quite irresponsible and inconsiderate at times, and have a tendency to be confrontational and, I'll admit, rude, when it comes to discussing the issues I am passionate about.  I also don't express myself very well at times, especially when it comes to the issues I have blogged about and will continue to blog about.  I'm human, and all humans are flawed, in one way or another, after all.  I'll be the first to admit that.

With that being said, I'm making a commitment, right now, to continue this struggle until the truth is finally exposed and the real criminals behind the sinister acts of that day are brought to justice.  I will not waiver in this endeavor, and will try my hardest to be rational when explaining my positions and considerate of other points of view.  I believe we all have a moral obligation to take a stand when such injustice and depravity is confronting us on a daily basis.

The sheer evilness and destruction that has been unleashed on society throughout history-- and especially in my lifetime-- has forced me to dig deeper for the truth, and to try my best to first understand what is going on, and second to stand up for what is right.  Coming to terms with the horror that has been forced on humanity is enough to make any individual demoralized and apathetic.  But giving up and giving in is not an option.  We must fight for truth and justice, no matter the circumstances.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Is she serious?

Hillary Clinton cannot be serious, can she?  From today's New York Times:
BANGKOK- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited a former Khmer Rouge torture house in Cambodia on Monday and urged the nation to proceed with trials of the former regime's surviving leaders in order to "confront it's past."  
"Countries that are held prisoner to their past can never break those chains and build the kind of future that their children deserve," she said.  "Although I am well aware the work of the tribunal is painful, it is necessary to ensure a lasting peace."  
I guess this shouldn't surprise anyone, considering Clinton's past statements chastising other countries for not upholding the rule of law-- but never her own.  Amazing considering the US government's dark past with the Khmer Rouge.

This latest episode of stupefying hypocrisy underscores a point that needs to be highlighted again and again for those out there in my generation still clinging to the illusion that our political system has any sort of integrity.  Every single statement uttered by the political class in both political parties regarding this absurd "War on Terrorism" is based on a lie, namely 9/11 being carried out by Osama bin Laden and his cohorts.  Until we address this issue, and understand who the true culprits were, we will continue to live in a world based on a lie.  Uncomfortable realities, indeed.  But ones that must be confronted.