Friday, October 7, 2011

Occupy San Diego and other matters

I’m getting ready to head down to the Occupy San Diego kick off, which began this afternoon with a march around the Gas Lamp district and will conclude with a meeting at the Martin Luther King Jr. Promenade (aka Children's Museum Park) and a camp-out for all occupiers interested in staying overnight. I doubt I will end up staying the night downtown, but we’ll see what happens.  :)

Here is a general run down of things happening here in San Diego courtesy of the interesting San Diego blog, OB Rag:
Here’s the general plan for Friday, October 7th:

3:30 ish pm – We’ll form up at Children’s Museum Park, First and Island
Roughly 4:00 we’ll march through the Gaslamp up to Civic Center Plaza, 1200 Third Avenue, next to City Hall;
Arrive at the Civic Center Plaza roughly 4:30
We’ll rally until roughly 5:30 to 6 pm at the Plaza;
We’ll then march back to Children’s Park for the first night of occupation.
7:00 pm Candlelight ceremony
General Assembly

Plan for Saturday, October 8th:

4:00pm March to Civic Center Plaza
4:30 pm Begin occupation

Everyone who is part of the 99% is invited to join Occupy San Diego. All kinds of people are joining us every night at our General Assemblies, which have been held nightly since Tuesday, September 27th.
In the meantime, I’d like to bring to your attention a couple updates to this blog. I’ve rearranged some things, and added a couple new blog lists on both the left and right hand sides of this page. I’ve also added some pictures on the bottom left and right hand sides of this blog which are linked to interesting articles and videos related to the picture. Check them out.

Since I write so much about a subject considered taboo (International Zionism and Jewish power), I decided to add a section linking to different Israeli and Jewish sources that I think people should read and know about. Oftentimes, many of the things I’m saying here on this blog have been said by individuals that identify as Jewish. So if I’m saying it, it’s anti-Semetic, but when Jews say it, it’s not? We’ll continue to break down this psychological barrier that has been built up over the past 50+ years due to propaganda, egregious altering of the historical narrative, and media/entertainment programming.

I’ve also added a section linking to some very valuable economic information that those reading this blog would also be interested in. I don’t focus often on economic issues here on this blog, but you can find plenty of good information at the blogs, books, and websites linked under the “Good Economic Info” section here.

Finally, I added a section with links to various San Diego independent media outlets, websites, and blogs. There is some interesting stuff going on out here in San Diego, I’m glad to be a part of it all.


Before I go, I wanted to highlight a few interesting articles and websites I’ve read recently, beginning with this one from Mike Stathis:
Once you consider who really runs Washington, it is of no mere coincidence that not one single Wall Street executive has been indicted for their role in massive securities fraud that resulted in the destruction of the global economy. This illustrates just one aspect of the power held by the powerful Jewish mafia.

Previously, I discussed the control Jews (Zionists and non-Zionists alike) have over the U.S. Please review these articles so you can appreciate the full impact of this control. By now, it should be clear that Obama remains under the control of Israel and American Jewry more so than any president in U.S. history.
Although this article is over a month old, it is definitely worth reading if you haven’t yet. I found it very insightful.

I’d like to pose this question to those in the Occupy America movement: how can we fundamentally address any financial issue facing this country or world without discussing the facts laid out above?


Speaking of Occupy Wall Street, Richard Edmondson has a very interesting perspective today on the movement:
The dangers of the Occupy Wall Street movement being co-opted are very real. The fact that Democratic Party stalwarts are getting involved in the movement does not bode well, and the latest news today is that Arianna Huffington has now become a champion of the protesters as well. The fact that people like this--people who are not serious about genuine change--are increasingly becoming high-profile spokespeople for the movement is cause for serious concern. Certainly we are seeing concerted attempts to channel people's anger into safe outlets. That being said, I don't think co-option is a foregone conclusion. […]

I support all of the occupy movements. This is what we think we've been waiting for. But, we must not be tricked, bamboozeld, or fooled as innocent people were with the Libya lies.
I completely agree with Richard’s take here. And just to be clear: I am optimistic about this Occupy America, errrr, Occupy the World rather, movement for a variety of reasons, primarily because the official press release encourages any and every one with a grievance towards the government to get involved and make their voice heard. I think that is a very sound strategy to pursue at this point. It seems to me this is the perfect opportunity to really change some people’s mind about the nature of the world we live in. People are open to new ideas, and have reached the point where they know they are being lied to about, well, everything, they just don’t know all the details and information discussed here and on other sites. I hope to change this, and am doing what I can to do just that.


Finally, EV in comments over at Kenny’s Sideshow linked to this very interesting website. Not sure how much faith I would put in all of this information, but the videos certainly are interesting and thought provoking. A brief sampling:


  1. Mr. Friend, don't forget Tarpley's article which is posted on Rense today.

    Occupy Wall street has already been hijacked by a secret cabal of anonymous leaders. This secret committee is where the real decisions are made.

    The general assembly is a fraud. "Consensus" is a device to keep the general assembly bogged down debating trivia like what food to order for lunch. Lunch that is catered everyday! Who provides the protestors with "free lunch."

    Who are these secret leaders and the "facilitators" who run the general assemblies? Are they paid agents? Paid by whom? Who is funding these massive multi city protests and providing catering services to protestors?

    This is all part of the communist takeover of the United States--what they call "the 2nd OCTOBER revolution" (what month is it?) that is spelled out by Anatoily Golitsyn in his books The Perestroika Deception and New Lies For Old.

  2. Hey there Anon, I understand your concerns and will definitely check out what Tarpley has to say. I disagree with much of Tarpley's analysis of 9/11, but he's done some great work over the years.

    I was at the Occupy San Diego kick off tonight, and let me be the first to tell you, it's the real deal. It's genuine. There are many factions compromising this movement. I've got some photos of the socialist/Marxist group of SD, hippies, hipsters, old people, Mexicans, Indians, whites, blacks, young, poor, rich, everyone is involved! No doubt about it out here in SD, we got a real movement.

    I spoke with many of the leaders of the movement, and funny thing- two of the younger leaders had just moved here. One from Jersey, one from New York (I think). Interesting that....

    Anyways, it's extremely diverse. Lots of opinions, concerns, priorities, ect. The major litmus test for me with this whole movement in SD will be the Education Committee. The Education Committee is responsible for organizing the teach-ins, in which individuals will be able to give speeches, lectures, ect. I immediately told them I wanted to be involved, and they were totally cool about it! I gave them links to my blog, told them about all the 9/11 stuff, and they are totally open to everything. That is their main priority- they want everyone to be heard. So I'm going to be scheduling a 15-20 minute lecture spot, and talk all about Zionism and 9/11. It's in the works.

    Get involved and you'll find out who is organizing these protests and movements. You can be one of them. Just act.

  3. Thanks John, I don't doubt there are many good people there, like yourself.

    Can you have someone video your talk and post it here? That should be interesting.

    "One from Jersey, one from New York (I think). Interesting that...."

    God bless and watch your back.

  4. Yeah, John, watch your back.

    I spent a good portion of last night reading that document posted by Brian somebody-or-other in the comment section of one of your articles (the nameless war, 'archibald ramsey'). Scary stuff - made my stomach turn. Revolution is in the air, but will the same set of people be in charge afterwards the end? Quite likely.

    I remain to be influenced. Am eager, too, to see how your "zionism and 9/11" talk goes over.


  5. Very interesting link (, John. I've already speculated that that al-Awlaki (or whatever his name was) is a fake, like Adam Gadahn (aka Adam Pearlman):

    Whenever I hear "al Qaeda" I think fake. These guys get so much mileage out of fear, you wonder if that's the only play they have in their playbook. That and the "divide and conquer" meme that comes out of it.

  6. Good stuff here (found on WHR today):

    Non-violence is obviously key.


    p.s. Jody - loved your list, too, over at Kenny's.


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