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Monday, September 30, 2013

Let's Shut Most of the Federal Government Down Forever

Austin Petersen
The Libertarian Republic

A Shutdown Shakedown

government-shutdown-heroThe President of the United States Barack Obama is declaring “no concessions” in the fight over funding the government with Obamacare attached. The current measure proposed by the House of Representatives would delay the funding of the health care law a year but the Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) has stated that the Senate will reject any bill that delays Obamacare. The last time the government shut down was eighteen years ago and it lasted for three weeks.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” that, ”I have said all along it is not a good idea to shut down government,” he said, adding, “it is not a good idea to give the president 100 percent of what he wants on Obamacare without compromise.”
“We have been offering him compromises,” Paul said. “Many on his side say there are problems, the Teamsters say there is a problem, Warren Buffett says there are problems, even former President Bill Clinton says there are problems with Obamacare. Why won’t the president negotiate and come to a compromise on trying to make ObamaCare less bad?”
The House managed to pass a bill that would fund the military, which is expected to pass in the Senate on Monday. Social Security and Medicaid benefits are still planned to be distributed, and as Obamacare is a permanent entitlement, the market for the program will be open on Tuesday no matter what.
Despite this, as many as one million government workers could be furloughed and their checks may be delayed until the mess is sorted out. It seems that no matter how much negotiation occurs in the next few hours, the federal government will shut down.

Will the Republicans be harmed?

Former Governor of Utah John Huntsman stated on Meet The Press that, “Republicans know this is a loser for them. So Republicans are going to have to learn the lessons of this whole episode. And that will be you can’t have an all-or-nothing approach.”
It’s a commonly believed that the last government shutdown in 1995-96 ended poorly for the GOP. The budget battle was seen as a struggle between then-Speaker Newt Gingrich and sitting President Bill Clinton. After the public battle, the American people overwhelmingly reelected Clinton in a landslide victory. But, everyone forgets that Republicans maintained their majorities in the House and Senate. There was no landslide victory for the democrats in the legislative branch. And  of course, there is no presidential election until 2016. The GOP stands to lose little from forcing the Democrats to come to the negotiating table this time around.

Why shut it down?

shutdownThe federal government should be shutdown and most of their employees should try to find gainful employment in the private sector. Many of their jobs aren’t necessary and are a burden on the American taxpayer. Faced with a $16.7 trillion dollar national debt, cutting government functions and employees would be a useful first step in getting our budget back on track.
The IRS will be open to accept late taxes, of course. But up to 90% of their workforce could be furloughed. These are jobs that the U.S. could afford to lose without question. Gutting the IRS by 90% would a great start to getting back on track towards a constitutionally limited government, meaning one that does not have the power to collect unapportioned taxes. They would also put a halt to audits which would be a blessing to the American people. Shutting down the IRS and all of their audits would be an excellent start.
Air traffic controllers will still be at work. However they are another example of an industry that should be totally privatized. Air traffic control is a simple operation that can be operated by free market forces, as it is done in much of Europe. Private air towers are cheaper and more efficient. We even are being forced to pay $450,000 annually to keep the Lake Murray State Airport of Oklahoma open, which averages one flight a month. It would be best if all of the air traffic controllers were sent home and not called back unless hired by the private airlines. The good news is that might actually occur in the near future.
The civil aviation director for the GAO Gerald Dillingham said, “There are conversations taking place among the stakeholders. All things are on the table, including privatization or corporatization.” Keeping politics out of air traffic control would likely speed the development of technology and provide a steadier source of funding. There have often been cases of lawmakers pressuring the FAA not to close towers even when few flights are landing. Even Barack Obama has proposed adding control tower fees to airline tickets in order to work towards privatization. These are decisions that the markets should be making, not government officials.
If we shut the federal government down, the American people would no longer be forced to fund Moroccan pottery classes. The Agency for International Development spent $27 million to train Moroccans how to design and make pottery to sell, but they hired a translator for the program who didn’t speak English and the program fell apart. Perhaps we could also stop spending money on training Russian nuclear scientists? The U.S. Government spent $15 million to recruit nuclear experts for around 2,800 jobs in Russia. That money could easily have been saved here to create jobs here. Also we wouldn’t be forced to pay $325k to build robotic squirrels in order to test the interactions between squirrels and snakes. This is by no means a full list. 
Undoubtedly many of the government employees who would be impacted are good people and the human factor can’t be overlooked in all this. It’s unfortunate that the legislators choose to eliminate the most useful, or prized services such as the national park rangers, museums and attractions such as Yellowstone and the Mount Rushmore tours. These services are at least useful and enjoyed by citizens, and not very expensive overall. It’s the legislators who are ultimately at fault, making people suffer as much as possible in order to force congress to act. It would be nice if we could send them all home, but their jobs are some of the actual positions that are authorized by the U.S. Constitution.
The United States federal government has limited, delegated powers. Those powers list what the government can and cannot do. As of now, the government has become so unwieldy as to be ungovernable, hence the shutdown. Hitting the reset button is usually the best way to handle catastrophic system errors. Shutting down this system and starting over with stricter constitutional limits on government power would be a wise move to ensure the prosperity and liberty of future generations. We at The Libertarian Republic believe that the time has come.

Let’s shut it down.

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Friday, September 27, 2013

TSA to Roll Out "Covert Surveillance" Vans

Paul Joseph Watson
September 26, 2013
In another indication of how the TSA is expanding its turf way beyond airport security, the federal agency is about to roll out high-tech vehicles that will utilize secret technology to conduct “covert surveillance operations” in cities around the country.
Image: DHS Surveillance Van.
According to a synopsis posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website (PDF), the TSA is set to purchase technology to retrofit three vans in Arlington, VA, Chicago, IL, and San Francisco, CA in order to convert them into surveillance vehicles that will “conduct covert surveillance operations in the course of investigations.”
Precisely where such covert surveillance will take place is not mentioned, although in 2010 it was revealed that US government agencies were already using roving street surveillance vans that deployed backscatter x-ray vision technology to inspect other vehicles.
In 2011, the Electronic Privacy Information Center also revealed plans for the Department of Homeland Security and the TSA to roll out mobile surveillance vans that had long-distance X-ray capability and eye movement tracking.
TSA Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR) teams are responsible for around 10,000 checkpoints every year in the US, and have expanded from airports to bus & train terminals and even highways despite the fact that there is “no proof that the roving viper teams have foiled any terrorist plots or thwarted any major threat to public safety,” according to the L.A. Times.
The total cost of outfitting just three vans with the covert surveillance technology will be a jaw-dropping $160,000 dollars.
Despite their tax dollars paying for such equipment, American citizens are not privy to any detailed information on what this surveillance system will actually entail.
Image: “Access Denied” on details of snoop tech.
The TSA vehicles will be fitted with Crime Point IP Network Surveillance technology. When attempting to access details of the technology via the Crime Point website, the user is met with the message, “Due to its sensitive nature, the product content on this website is restricted to law enforcement professionals and government agencies only,” and a password is required to go any further.
Although the general public is barred from scrutinizing specific details, the company says that it provides “covert outdoor video systems” that “incorporate the latest emerging technologies.”
Crime Point provides surveillance vans of its own but, like details of the surveillance systems, that information is also restricted.
The legality of the TSA conducting “covert surveillance” of Americans, whether it be at transport hubs or on highways, conflicts with the Fourth Amendment, which protects the “right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.”
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.
This article was posted: Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 10:56 am

Congress Moves to Outlaw Alternative Media, Blatantly Attacking First Amendment Rights

Dave Hodges
Activist Post

The alternative media is having a dramatic impact on the worldview of the country, so much so that US Senate is legislating against the only objective press left in the country.

It is a well-known fact that Senator Dianne Feinstein wants your guns and now she wants control over your words. Feinstein believes that a proposed media shield law should be applied only to who she refers to as “real reporters.” Feinstein chastises other reporters as “basement-dwelling, pajama-clad bloggers with no professional credentials”

At issue is that the government could soon decide who is a journalist and who is not. Feinstein introduced an amendment, to Senate bill 558, that defines a “covered journalist” as someone who gathers and reports news for “an entity or service that disseminates news and information.” The definition includes freelancers, part-timers and student journalists, and it permits a judge to go further and extend the protections to any “legitimate news-gathering activities.” In the definition introduced in Feinstein’s amendment, somebody writing for a small town paper with a circulation of 30 would receive First Amendment protections, but quality news people such as Steve Quayle, John Stadtmiller, Jeff Rense, Doug Hagmann, Stan Deyo, Michael Edwards, Alex Jones, George Noory and Matt Drudge would not be considered journalists and therefore, the First Amendment would not apply to this group of aforementioned newsmen. With the passage of this amendment, our sources would not be privileged and many of our sources would dry up. But Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper can take bribes from the CIA to not cover certain stories, yet Feinstein thinks they deserve protection as authentic journalists. Award winning journalist, Amber Lyon, quit CNN because of the CIA and CNN’s complicity in obfuscating the truth from the American people, for a price. Obviously, journalistic integrity means nothing to someone like Feinstein.

Diane Feinstein,  a leading voice in the campaign against freedom

This is the same Feinstein who In 2009, introduced legislation which directed $25 billion in “taxpayer money to a government agency that had just awarded her husband’s real estate firm a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties at compensation rates higher than the industry standards. Feinstein was a member of the Military Construction Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Subcommittee (MILCON) from 2001 to 2005. During her tenure, Feinstein voted for appropriations worth billions of dollars to her husband’s firms URS Corp. and Perini Corp. Feinstein’s personal wealth accumulation since becoming a senator has grown to nearly $200 million. Feinstein has never held a job outside of public service. I am having trouble understanding how a public servant can accumulate a fortune of this magnitude.
Many of my colleagues in the alternative media have reported on Feinstein’s long list of conflicts of interest, including yours truly. This is why she is trying to attack the alternative media. In a quid pro quo, the gun-grabbing corporate controlled media, such as CNN, would never report on her illegal activities, but I will continue to do so as will my alternative media colleagues.

CNN’s ratings are in the toilet. The network used to get 6-10 million viewers for their primetime shows, now they get less than 500,000. Feinstein is carrying the water for the corporate controlled media and trying to eliminate the competition as much as possible. And of course, CNN would never reveal Feinstein’s dirty little secrets in exchange for her help.

The Communications Industry’s Attempt At Censorship

In 2009, I received an invitation to attend a victory party in Memphis to celebrate a grassroots victory over a senate bill which would have gutted net neutrality and would have subsequently subjected internet businesses and internet “bloggers” to the censorship whims of various communications firms (e.g., Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Bell South, etc.). A strong grassroots movement gathered nearly two million signatures which were subsequently obtained and forwarded to Congress and this prevented the lame-duck congress from privatizing the internet at the expense of the American public’s right to self-expression. At the time, it seemed that the Memphis net-neutrality victory celebration may have been premature thanks to Arizona Senator, John McCain.

Demagogues Should Never Be Criticized

John McCain previously introduced a bill that would fine bloggers up to $300,000 for “offensive statements, photos and videos posted by visitors on comment boards”.

If the bill would have been successful, this legislation would have marked the end for previously unrestrained opinions. Hiding behind the pretense of protecting our children, McCain’s legislation was referred to as the “Stop the Online Exploitation of Our Children Act.” The legislation demands that a Stalinist-type army of informants and spies will browse various websites looking for inappropriate Internet material which might pose a threat to children. McCain’s Internet army would then pass the information on to the relevant police authorities and subsequent bloggers could be fined $300,000 or have faced jail time.
Anyone who has participated in online comment boards is keenly aware that they are very difficult to moderate. Some articles and news events may receive thousands of comments. Yet, one oversight by the moderator, one day off from the Internet, could spell doom for the financial future of a blogger. What citizen can afford to take that chance? Hence, your right to self-expression has been sacrificed. Your first amendment right to self-expression is technically still intact. However, the personal affordability to exercise free speech would have been severely jeopardized.

The Goal Is the Shutdown of the Alternative Media

Whether Feinstein is successful in the latest round of attempting to silence the alternative media, is irrelevant. She is not the first to try and she certainly will not be the last.

Feinstein’s Amendment includes the following verbiage which goes after nearly anyone who does not work in the corporate controlled media in which she states that one is only a real journalist only if they have worked for “an entity or service that disseminates news or information by means of newspaper; nonfiction book; wire service; news agency; news website, mobile application or other new information service…news program; magazine or other periodical…or through television or radio broadcast…” These people would have to have the “primary intent to investigate events and procure material in order to disseminate to the public news or information.” Opinion journalists are not covered.


The communications industry, John McCain and now Sen. Feinstein are all attempting to shut down the alternative media. Why? Because we tell the people the truth, and when one is part of a psychopathic crime syndicate, the last thing they want to be told to the public is the truth!

Feinstein will likely fail this time, even though she has announced plans to try again if her amendment is not successful. Recent history strongly suggests that the globalists will also keep trying until they get what they want, which is to silence every journalist that they do not control.

As this point, we need to make collective decision about how important is a free and independent Internet. If and when the globalists are able to censor the Internet, what are we prepared to do about it? If we lose the war of words, we will surely lose everything and very quickly. If our First Amendment is taken away, are we prepared to withhold paying taxes? Are we prepared to engage in other forms of passive civil disobedience? We should begin to have the post-Internet preparation discussions, sooner rather than later, while we still have an Internet to communicate with.

Dave is an award winning psychology, statistics and research professor, a college basketball coach, a mental health counselor, a political activist and writer who has published dozens of editorials and articles in several publications such as Freedoms PhoenixNews With Views andThe Arizona Republic.

The Common Sense Show features a wide variety of important topics that range from the loss of constitutional liberties, to the subsequent implementation of a police state under world governance, to exploring the limits of human potential. The primary purpose of The Common Sense Show is to provide Americans with the tools necessary to reclaim both our individual and national sovereignty.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Police State Alert: High Schools Now Using Palm Scanners for Meal Purchases

J.D. Heyes
Natural News

Students are being conditioned into thinking invasive procedures like palm scanning technology are 'cool'

(NaturalNews) Once bastions of freedom, where civics courses required students to learn about how to be good citizens and guardians of liberty, the progressive left has used the public school system to indoctrinate our children into thinking that their country is a model of excess and evil.

In addition to teaching our kids that, in the words of Russian President Vladimir Putin, America is "not exceptional", education administrators, teachers and the leftist unions they are beholden to have also used the public school system to force compliance to an all-powerful central authority.

Case in point: the growing trend in public schools to use technology to biometrically track our kids, so administrators know where they go and what they do every second of the day.

An example of this can be found in schools' increased required use of biometrics to fulfill otherwise mundane tasks, like purchasing school lunches.

America's public schools - breeding grounds for government compliance

Once upon a time, that was done with U.S. currency or, at a maximum, some sort of punch card that the cashier holed after each purchased meal. Nowadays, as in Muscogee County, Ga., students must have their palms scanned at the end of the lunch line in order to "identify the student and therefore allow cafeteria cashiers to access a student's meal account," according to Government Technology.

More from the site:

The scanners have near-infrared technology, the same type that is used for Nintendo Wii video games. When a hand hovers over the scanner, it can identify the individual by his or her vein pattern below the skin, allowing the student to electronically pay for the meal.

Each scan takes about four seconds and according to an announcement from the school district, purchases conducted with the scanners have about 99 percent accuracy.

Cool, huh? Sure it is. Just ask school Nutrition Director Marian Bone (no, that's not a typo). She says this is the first year the district's nine high school cafeterias are using the technology - and, gee, so far kids and parents alike just love them.

"They are so excited," Bone said. "They think we're so modern."

According to GovTech, when kids registered for school this summer, "the devices were available to take high-resolution infrared photographs of the students' vein patterns in their palms." Each image was then dutifully recorded in yet another database and will most likely be either made available to some government or policy agency without consent at a future point, or to hackers who seek to exploit the students' biometric data.

The scanners, which use Fujitsu PalmSecure hardware, are about 400 bucks apiece. Not bad for massive violations of privacy.

And what's more, they're accurate. "According to Fujitsu, the scanners identify vein patterns against the pre-registered vein patterns to authenticate the individual," said GovTech. "So far, technology has helped the lunch lines go faster since students no longer need to show physical meal plan identification cards to cashiers."
Fascist, freedomless schools of the future... No brains allowed!

Better, cheaper, faster. Of course.

In days past, students sometimes used other students' identification numbers to obtain a lunch, since students had electronic meal accounts. Parents electronically submit money to a student's meal account through the school district's online meal payment portal - which, no doubt, can also most likely be hacked.

"Bone said that since the new scanner program better identifies each individual, it will keep students from purchasing meals using accounts that don't belong to them," said GovTech - even if, say, one student doesn't have any cash on his or her electronic account and a friend wanted to help them out by buying them lunch for the day.

According to previous reports, the scanners have also been deployed in Pinellas County, Fla., schools.

Our kids are being conditioned, folks

So, what's wrong with this picture?

As constitutional attorney and head of the Rutherford Institute, John Whitehead, writes in America's Schools: Breeding Grounds for Compliant Citizens:

Once looked upon as the starting place for imparting principles of freedom and democracy (in our government) to future citizens, America's classrooms are becoming little more than breeding grounds for compliant citizens.

The moment young people walk into school, they increasingly find themselves under constant surveillance; they are photographed, fingerprinted, scanned, X-rayed, sniffed and snooped on.

Between metal detectors at the entrances, drug-sniffing dogs in the hallways (during police raids) and surveillance cameras in the classrooms and elsewhere, many of America's schools look more like prisons than learning facilities.

George Orwell was only off by about 15 years.





Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/042168_high_schools_palm_scanners_police_state.html#ixzz2flJPz4Qp

People are WAKING UP!!! Resistance to Corporate Power and Warmongering is Growing All Around Us

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Believe It! Resistance to Corporate Power and Warmongering Is Growing All Around Us

There are reasons to celebrate despite continued economic stagnation and growing debt: the culture of resistance in the US is here and it’s having an effect.
This week we reflect on the second anniversary of Occupy Wall Street and the fifth anniversary of the financial collapse.
There are reasons to celebrate despite continued economic stagnation and growing debt: the culture of resistance in the US is here and it’s having an effect. The corporate power that has so blatantly stomped on our rights and whipped Congress to do its bidding is faltering and losing its grip. There are cracks in the pillars of power, and it’s up to us to pry them open and shine light on the lies and corruption that have been used to steal our future. We see a movement that is building momentum.
We look back over the events of the past two years and we feel cautiously optimistic. We remember wondering as we watched the Arab Spring bloom and the encampments grow in Spain and state capitals like Madison whether people in the US were ready to rise up and demand more than the crumbs we’ve been convinced to accept for decades.
A turning point for us was in December, 2010 at an action in front of the White House to protest war. Many spoke that day about the need to build a culture of resistance in the US. Following that action, as we met with allies over the next few months, there was agreement that we needed to do something different. The traditional tools used to create change weren’t working. One-day protests, usually on a weekend, are ignored. It was time for something new, time to bring an occupation to the national capital.
As we met to organize the occupation of Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC, there was a strong sense of suspense. Some said that Americans weren’t feeling enough pain, that we hadn’t reached the tipping point. We decided that we would only find out if we tried, and so what if it didn’t work the first time. Most mass movements don’t arise spontaneously; they come after years of organizing and multiple failed actions. A key ingredient is persistence.
Similarly, the organizers of Occupy Wall Street acted out of anticipation. They staked out a place in the heart of the monster and held it. At first there were a few hundred, not the tens of thousands that Adbusters called for. But by holding that space courageously, more people were inspired to join them. People arrived from all over the country. Excitement and wonder were in the air. Could the people really take on Wall Street?
Obviously Wall Street thought so because they ordered excessive and constant police protection. They must have seen something brewing because Wall Street firms donated an unprecedented millions to the NYPD over the previous year.  It was police aggression towards peaceful protesters that grabbed public attention and sympathy. A few weeks after the start of Occupy Wall Street, an amazing 43 percent of Americans supported Occupy.
By the time of the occupation of Freedom Plaza in early October, there were hundreds of encampments throughout the nation and around the world. The new language of the 99% raised class consciousness in ways that had not been heard for a long time.  A spark had been lit and there was no going back.
Two years later, the physical encampments are gone, but the Occupy Movement remains. Occupying public space was a tactic, not an end in itself. It was a way to make the issues visible, a place for people to gather, a model for a new way of doing things based on respect, mutual aid and democracy and a metaphor for claiming what has been taken. The ‘public’ is disappearing, not just public space but also public services, research and resources have been privatized, expropriated for the profits of a few.

Bono Exposed as Complete Fraud

Clark Kent - Hang the Bankers
Bono of U2 new world order puppet
‘Bono’s positioning of the west as the saviour of Africa while failing to ­discuss the harm the G8 nations are doing has undermined campaigns for justice and accountability.’
It was bad enough in 2005. Then, at the G8 summit in Scotland, Bono and Bob Geldof heaped praise on Tony Blair and George Bush, who were still mired in the butchery they had initiated in Iraq. At one point Geldof appeared, literally and figuratively, to be sitting in Tony Blair’s lap. African activists accused them of drowning out a campaign for global justice with a campaign for charity.
But this is worse. As the UK chairs the G8 summit again, a campaign that Bono founded, with which Geldof works closely, appears to be whitewashing the G8′s policies in Africa.
Last week I drew attention to the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition, launched in the US when it chaired the G8 meeting last year. The alliance is pushing African countries into agreements that allow foreign companies to grab their land, patent their seeds and monopolise their food markets. Ignoring the voices of their own people, six African governments have struck deals with companies such as Monsanto, Cargill, Dupont, Syngenta, NestlĂ© and Unilever, in return for promises of aid by the UK and other G8 nations.
A wide range of activists, both African and European, is furious about the New Alliance. But the ONE campaign, co-founded by Bonostepped up to defend it. The article it wrote last week was remarkable in several respects: in its elision of the interests of African leaders and those of their people, in its exaggeration of the role of small African companies, but above all in failing even to mention the injustice at the heart of the New Alliance – its promotion of a new wave of land grabbing. My curiosity was piqued.
The first thing I discovered is that Bono has also praised the New Alliance, in a speech just before last year’s G8 summit in the US. The second thing I discovered is that much of the ONE campaign’s primary funding was provided by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, two of whose executives sit on its board. The foundation has been working with the biotech company Monsanto and the grain trading giant Cargill, and has a large Monsanto shareholding. Bill Gates has responded to claims made about land grabbing in Africa, asserting, in the face of devastating evidence and massive resistance from African farmers, that “many of those land deals are beneficial, and it would be too bad if some were held back because of western groups’ ways of looking at things“. (Africans, you will note, keep getting written out of this story.)
The third thing I discovered is that there’s a long history here. In his brilliant and blistering book The Frontman: Bono (in the Name of Power), just released in the UK, the Irish scholar Harry Browne maintains that “for nearly three decades as a public figure, Bono has been … amplifying elite discourses, advocating ineffective solutions, patronising the poor and kissing the arses of the rich and powerful”. His approach to Africa is “a slick mix of traditional missionary and commercial colonialism, in which the poor world exists as a task for the rich world to complete”.
Bono, Browne charges, has become “the caring face of global technocracy”, who, without any kind of mandate, has assumed the role of spokesperson for Africa, then used that role to provide “humanitarian cover” for western leaders. His positioning of the west as the saviour of Africa while failing to discuss the harm the G8 nations are doing has undermined campaigns for justice and accountability, while lending legitimacy to the neoliberal project.
Bono award from Queen Elizabeth II
Bono and awards from Queen Elizabeth II
Bono claims to be “representing the poorest and most vulnerable people“. But talking to a wide range of activists from both the poor and rich worlds since ONE published its article last week, I have heard the same complaint again and again: that Bono and others like him have seized the political space which might otherwise have been occupied by the Africans about whom they are talking. Because Bono is seen by world leaders as the representative of the poor, the poor are not invited to speak. This works very well for everyone – except them.
The ONE campaign looks to me like the sort of organisation that John le CarrĂ© or Robert Harris might have invented. It claims to work on behalf of the extremely poor. But its board is largely composed of multimillionaires, corporate aristocrats and US enforcers. Here you will find Condoleezza Rice, George W Bush’s national security adviser and secretary of state, who aggressively promoted the Iraq war, instructed the CIA that it was authorised to use torture techniques and browbeat lesser nations into supporting a wide range of US aims.
Here too is Larry Summers, who was chief economist at the World Bank during the darkest days of structural adjustment and who, as US Treasury secretary, helped to deregulate Wall Street, with such happy consequences for the rest of us. Here’s Howard Buffett, who has served on the boards of the global grain giant Archer Daniels Midland as well as Coca-Cola and the food corporations ConAgra and Agro Tech. Though the main focus of ONE is Africa, there are only two African members. One is a mobile phone baron, the other is the finance minister of Nigeria, who was formerly managing director of the World Bank. What better representatives of the extremely poor could there be?
U pay tax 2
As Bono and his bandmates took to the Pyramid Stage, activists from direct action group Art Uncut inflated a 20ft balloon emblazoned with the message “U Pay Your Tax 2?” exposing U2′s offshore tax avoidance.
If, as ONE does, an organisation keeps telling you that it’s a “grassroots campaign”, it’s a fair bet that it is nothing of the kind. This collaboration of multimillionaires and technocrats looks to me more like a projection of US and corporate power.
I found the sight of Bono last week calling for “more progress on transparency” equally revolting. As Harry Browne reminds us, U2′s complex web of companies, the financial arrangements of Bono’s Product RED campaign and his investments through the private equity company he co-founded are all famously opaque. And it’s not an overwhelming shock to discover that tax justice is absent from the global issues identified by ONE.
There is a well-known if dubious story that claims that at a concert in Glasgow Bono began a slow hand-clap. He is supposed to have announced: “Every time I clap my hands, a child in Africa dies.” Whereupon someone in the audience shouted: “Well fucking stop doing it then.” It’s good advice, and I wish he’d take it.
Bono hanging out with some other NWO criminals: 
Bono with Obama
Obama…the teleprompter reading president who bombs kids for a living and gets a peace prize.
Bono and Al Gore
The inconvenient lie that is Al Gore.
Bono and Clinton
Bill Clinton…where do I even start with this guy?
George W. Bush, Bono
Wanted war criminal George W. Bush Jnr.
Bono with Lindsey Graham
War mongering senator John McCain.
Bill Gates and Bono
Mr Eugenics himself Bill Gates.
Bono and Tony Blair
Wanted war criminal Tony Blair.
Bono and the Queen
Madame evil and best friend of mass pedophile Jimmy Savile, Queen Elizabeth II.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Breaking Bad: Illuminati to Officially Reveal Themselves in Final Episode, Says Production Insider

Richard Host

The cover may finally be blown for the Illuminati elite and the timing could not be better. After following a series of leads we were able to track down Andrew McGovern, former script analyst for AMC’s hit series Breaking Bad who recently resigned after having been introduced to the apparently “shocking” content of the series’ final installment. He has since come forward to expose what he knows about the final episode of Breaking Bad, sharing with us what could potentially be the biggest story in television history, not least the history of the world as we know it, should his information prove to be valid. The information he has relayed to us is indeed astounding.

“The ring of elite families that control just about every aspect of what happens on our planet — who many refer to as the Illuminati — will officially reveal themselves in the final episode,” McGovern informs us. “They are using an extremely popular television show as a platform to announce their sovereignty. The final episode will reveal everything… Whether you watch the show or not, [sic] you will undoubtedly hear about it on the news. This will be everywhere. It is beyond what the common person has the capacity to wrap their minds around… It is more than anyone will be able to digest.”

The episode, set to air September 29 at 9/8c on AMC, will open within the context of the established storyline, says McGovern, but in a sudden and startling about-face, the actors will immediately drop out of character and address the camera, proceeding to offer monologues for the remaining forty minutes of the show detailing the apparent extraterrestrial origins of life on Earth, how these origins have dictated the evolution of society’s unspoken caste system, and introducing the timetable in which the main aspects of “new world order” policies will be implemented.

Character Walter Jr. wearing a shirt that blatantly features the Satanic "All-Seeing Eye" on the set of Breaking Bad
The episode will also feature a flashback montage where various memorable scenes from earlier moments in the show’s history are analyzed by the actors (out of character) in terms of subliminal messages having to do directly with the Satanic “new world order” and energy manipulation via Masonic symbols and a slew of arcane double entendres including the frequently-cited example where character Walter Jr. is clothed in a shirt blatantly emblazoned with a pyramid and accompanying All-Seeing Eye of Ra.

Throughout this segment, the actors will describe precisely how society has been duped into spiritual subservience by way of symbols and mantras, offering no apology on behalf of the global elite which they represent. In fact, one actor goes as far as to cruelly mock the audience for its ignorance and naivety, stating that it is precisely such imbecilic behavior and narrow-mindedness that has enabled the Illuminati to both acquire and retain their power position. He drives the point home at the conclusion of his speech by thanking the audience for their “ceaseless energy supply” and for remaining a “divided herd.”

Aldous Huxley's The Doors of Perception
McGovern recalls the particularly notable scene from season 6 where main character Walter White argues with his wife Skyler about the possibility of him being in danger. It is in this scene that White delivers the famed line, “I am the one who knocks,” after describing a scenario in which a man is shot upon answering his door. Fans of the series will be quick to draw the connection between White’s line and the murder of character Gale Boetticher, but, according to McGovern’s insider knowledge, the “door” that is referenced is actually a veiled allusion to Aldous Huxley’s The Doors of Perception, a firsthand account of a mescaline trip that brought the author through a metaphysical doorway into the “Otherworld,” i.e. the parallel and alternate dimensions of the Universe. It is through these “doors” that inter-dimensional beings manipulate the outward realities of what we experience on this plane — the Third Density — of waking life.

The character of Walter White is thus laying the groundwork for these reptilian entities, who apparently possess those of the human-extraterrestrial hybrid bloodlines — the Illuminati, to be fully acknowledged in the public light. The act of “knocking” on the inter-dimensional doorway from outside this dimension, as these beings do, is for the sole purpose of establishing a connection between our world and theirs should we answer, thus allowing the manipulation of the Third Density to be performed on an even grander scale and possibly enabling these reptilian demonic entities to manifest, physically, in our dimension.

Such manipulation is accomplished through ritualistic utilization of energy-harnessing symbols, better known as subliminal messages and essentially “logos,” inasmuch as we understand them to be, as symbolic representations of some force or entity. This is why, as McGovern points out, you will often find reoccurring themes when analyzing the logos of various corporations.
Fidelity Investments - one example out of many in which
the pyramid  is utilized as a logo
“The pyramid symbol, for instance, is something we see everywhere. It has a very specific energy field attached to it… When that energy field is given a vibrational attribution such as fear or negativity through the spells and witchcraft that corporations, and in this case the film industry partake in, the pyramid can then be used to both emit those negative vibrations upon all who view the symbol while ‘sucking up’ the viewer’s positive energies at the same time. When you begin to consider the extreme implications of this concept, it becomes quite apparent why certain addictions like television are so difficult to conquer. It is, at its core, an issue of energy manipulation.”

Artist's rendition of reptilian beings
McGovern claims to have brushed shoulders on a daily basis during his work on the show with so-called “hybrids,” most notably referred to as “reptilians” or “reptoids” within the conspiracy theory underground. He has seen colleagues shape-shift from their human form into lizard-like alien beings, and is hardly alone in witnessing these often terrifying experiences, as the research of author and speaker David Icke would suggest. Icke has written over 16 books exposing the reptilian agenda and the vast global conspiracy, most notably his Human Race, Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More in which these topics are discussed at length. (Learn more: http://www.davidicke.com)  

“After this episode airs,” McGovern predicts, “there will be no doubt in the skeptics’ mind that these reptilian entities do in fact exist and that they are in complete control of our world leaders.”

McGovern states that he has no regrets in speaking out against the Illuminati. Rather, he is enthusiastic about beating them to the punch. “I’ve sat back and witnessed Satanic rituals unfold in front of me for long enough... A few nights ago the thought crossed my mind that if no one ever speaks out, nothing will ever be done about it.”

Although numerous emails and phone calls were made, no other Breaking Bad personnel could be reached for further comment.

Breaking Bad airs tonight at 9/8c on AMC.