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Weekend Watching - The Amero & NAU

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Cross-posting:

I added a ton of links about the NAU, NAFTA Superhighway, Canamex highway at http://www.dailypaul.com/node/38644.

Please look:)

Oh, the microchip

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For a minute I wasn't able to figure out what the graphic above was. It's a microchip, designed to be implanted somewhere on our persons. Has all our data, medical history, driving info, bank, and the kind of chewing gum we prefer. (Bazooka)..

I have a surgeon friend. I will ask him to remove it and then will wear it under a band-aid if I need to buy something. Not sure if this is Kosher, but I have heard horror stories about people getting pretty bad infections, and other reactions, to the chip.

Moving to a nicer country is becoming more attractive with each passing day. Trouble is there aren't very many left! Chad? Yikes!

I say believe in whatever you want

God, Allah, or whomever. I just hope we all here beyond our religious beliefs will continue to believe in the message of Ron Paul.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

Thanks Mike!

I'm glad you posted this. I'm sick of people on this site using the very same propaganda to make us look like kooks, same stuff that has brainwashed them into thinking it doesn't exist.

All one has to do is investigate the World Federalist people, the UNESCO school program, and know that the kids in school are being prepped for this single-authority totalitarian government that does not recognize our constitutional republic.

Jane Aitken, 35-Year Veteran Teacher
Ron Paul 2008 Consultant
GOP Woman of the Year 2009
Founder NH Tea Party Coalition (NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY FAKE 2009 GROUP)
Founder USPEINetwork @ Yahoo (Nat'l Edu Activism Group)
Board Coalition of NH Taxpayers

zeitgeist

The Religion part: There are people who call themselves Christians, and Jews, Buddhists and others, who are not true believers, who "play" at their faith and follow the herd into a cultural Christianity, Judaism, etc. that has nothing to do with God and everything to do with themselves.

Speaking for my own faith, true Christians who have abandoned themselves to their God, are in truth very few out of the many who claim Christianity. The true believers are not the ones who have caused and continue to cause the pain and suffering in this world, rather they abhor it and work to change things.

There are many reasons why I choose to disagree with the "religion" part on Zeitgeist, much of it is inaccurate. And frankly I am tired of the Christian-bashing on this and other RP sites. It seems like people are open minded and tolerant about everything but Christianity. They immediately fall into their prejudices and collectivist biases against an entire group instead of looking at the words and actions of individuals who are following Christ.

“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”
― Albert Camus

Yeah, That Was A Fatal Flaw To That Film

It was totally unnecessary, and only serves to alienate half the viewers, including many non-religious people. While some of that section had merit, other parts were exaggerated and misleading, and raised more questions than it "answered." It basically has nothing to do with the Federal Reserve, or 9/11. Silly, and self-defeating. I gave it to my sister (who is in no way religious) and simply told her to skip Part One.

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"Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." -- Joseph Goebbels

Which parts were inacurate?

I also believe religion bashing is not productive. However, blindly following any dogma be it religious, political, ect. is the most dangerous folly one can make. If you have evaluated the plethora of information currently available and come to the conclusion via your own investigation that it is either false or it supports your dogma then I commend you efforts. On the other hand, if you believe something based largely on herd mentality or what you've been told about it then a little constructive "bashing" is in order as you would be sinning against the one "God" given ability that makes you human, the ability to reason.
If you look at history, genetics, biology, etiology, paleontology, cell biology, biochemistry, or any other structured discipline of learning the facts overwhelmingly point to evolution. It is possible, not probable, that evolution is God's mechanism for generating new life, but denying facts out right is the sort of dangerous close-mindedness that those you claim to be attacking religion are actually attacking. The point is that herd mentality can and usually does lead to the major problems we've seen throughout human history.

The problem with religion...

...is that most organized religions have been infiltrated with world federalist propaganda and the UN agenda, and not about gathering people up to worship 'God'. (Just check out uua.org)

I am NOT religious but I feel very strongly about religious freedom because the one-worlders are trying to eradicate it because any other allegiances people might have that would take higher authority than their world government.

Jane Aitken, 35-Year Veteran Teacher
Ron Paul 2008 Consultant
GOP Woman of the Year 2009
Founder NH Tea Party Coalition (NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY FAKE 2009 GROUP)
Founder USPEINetwork @ Yahoo (Nat'l Edu Activism Group)
Board Coalition of NH Taxpayers

religion and evolution

They do not have to be adverse thoughts. As the Great Pope John Paul II said, "Science can purify religion from error and superstition. Religion can purify science from idolatry and false absolutes."

That being said, if someone does not believe the same way as you on a subject, such as evolution, you can't necessarily say it is because of a "herd mentality." When you believe in something like evolution, it is also because a large number of knowledgeable people agree on the subject. It wouldn't be fair to say you believe because of a heard mentality, right?

wrong

What idols do science worship? False absolutes? Science is always open to new and even conflicting evidence. In the case of evolution not one bit has come to light that is credible.

If you read any of my posts on this forum

You'll know that I am strongly opposed to herd mentality. I believe in in-depth research from varied sources and critical thinking, independent of the "herd." Who is "blindly following dogma?" And even if they did, what does that have to do with getting Ron Paul elected?

Why debate religion or grow divisive over it while trying to get Ron Paul elected? I don't wish to debate theology on this forum, nor do I wish to "bash" anyone else's religion or non religion, or try to "educate" them about how their beliefs might possibly be BS.

Not the place for it. Just my .02

“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”
― Albert Camus

Why religion part was appropriate

I feel strongly about religious freedom as well. The religious part of zeitgeist, in my opinion, attempts to raise awareness of how information can be selectively distributed. You do not find this in science. You do in religion, government, media, and our educational system.

You, as you admit, are the exception to the rule in Christianity. I respect your religious conclusions (do you have any suggested material?). That said, this is a debate worth having because the majority (some of whose votes we need to get Ron Paul elected) don't think for themselves when it comes to religion, politics, and many other areas where some critical analysis could be beneficial. The group that doesn't want to ponder uncomfortable religious questions (If I were born in Bangladesh would I still be a Christian? or Why are there no rabbit fossils in the precambrian?) are the ones we need to think more critically about political questions (Why would the media ignore Ron Paul? or Why does our government pay interest on money when they don't need to?).

Ron Paul will never be physically attractive, have a soothing voice, utilize jingoism, or pander. Thus, we can only make Ron Paul attractive on a real issue level. This takes critical thinking and effort; two thing that are severely lacking in our country.

Oops They Devalued Their Currency

The destruction of the Peso, a history......note the Keynesian Quote

Can there really be ANY doubt we are headed for a NAU?

John Maynard Keynes: "Lenin was certainly right, there is no more positive, or subtle means of destroying the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency. By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate secretly and unobserved an important part of the wealth of the citizens. The process engages all the hidden forces of economics on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner that not one man in a million can diagnose"

www.plata.com.mx/plata/articulos/articlesFilt.asp?fiidarticu...

Bush and the Merida Initiative

Feb 8, 2008 Congress Gives OK to aid for Mexico

"That proposed first installment is part of the three-year, $1.4 billion Merida Initiative – named for the southern Mexico city where President Felipe Calderón and President Bush announced a new framework in the drug fight that includes more direct U.S. assistance. An additional $450 million is facing a vote later this year."
www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/world/mexico/stori...

From Mexico With Love .... Valentine's Day

From Mexico's President
Mexico President: We Will Help Migrants in U.S.
****Please Note He Wants to INCREASE migration to the US*****

Thursday, February 14, 2008 10:48 AM

LOS ANGELES -- In the most Mexican of the big U.S. cities, Mexican President Felipe Calderon told his compatriots in Los Angeles late on Wednesday he would give them more support in the United States while improving conditions back home to stem the flow of migrants to the north.

"We will work in both countries. I want us to begin a new era in the relations between our government and the Mexican migrants," Calderon said in a packed ballroom on the final leg of his five-city tour to the United States.

Seeking to address historic complaints that the Mexican government failed to help its millions of citizens working in the United States, Calderon said the Mexican consulate in Los Angeles will soon open seven days a week to meet demand for documents and support in legal and labor problems.

The population of Los Angeles is about half Hispanic with Mexicans accounting for the vast majority of Hispanics. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, whose father was a Mexican immigrant, symbolizes the growing political influence of the community.

Calderon made the difficulties of Mexican immigrants in the United States a cornerstone of his maiden trip to the country as Mexican president. His visit comes in the midst of a U.S. presidential campaign in which illegal immigration is one of the most contentious issues.

Earlier Wednesday, Calderon urged California lawmakers to help his government address illegal immigration in a way that will benefit his country and the United States.

'DON'T GIVE UP'

California is home to about a quarter of the estimated 12 million immigrants working illegally in the United States, whose hopes of obtaining legal status were dashed last year by Congress' failure to overhaul immigration laws.

"The prosperity and economic growth of the United States would not be possible without the Mexican labor force," Calderon told the Los Angeles crowd.

Calderon criticized U.S. media organizations, which he did not name, that have fueled anti-immigrant and anti-Mexican sentiment and reported that Mexico's government wants to promote and increase migration to the United States.

"We need to generate the conditions for work, opportunity and a dignified life so that these people never, ever have to leave," Calderon said. "We don't want to be a country that expels its people.

Luz Diaz, a 42-year-old nurse who came to the United States at age 4 and has dual nationality, said she was encouraged by Calderon's dedication to making Mexico's economy competitive.

"I loved his plans for a better Mexico," Diaz said. "This is my country but his speech made me miss my culture very much."

Calderon struck a final note of emotion and defiance, encouraging Mexicans to persevere in the United States.

"In Mexico, we miss you and think about you a lot," Calderon said. "You work hard for this country and help Mexico at the same time. Don't give up." (Editing by Bill Trott)

© 2008 Reuters. All rights reserved. Republication or redistribution of Reuters content, including by caching, framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Reutershttp
www.newsmax.com/newsfront/Mexico_President:_We_Will/2008/02/...

Check where ALL THIS came from

Check where ALL the Man-Made religions came from...

and ask your own mind for answers...

Google => Annunaki

Annunaki are not Gods - just more advanced Civilization... the GOOD is represented by the Clan of Enki... the EVIL, by the Clan of Enlil...

All religions were created to control the masses... and since Annunaki's arrival... there was, and always is, the perpetual war between forces of GOOD deeds and EVIL deeds... masses are pitched against the masses... the control grip over the collective-mind-of-masses is getting tighter and tighter... masses are trained/conditioned to loose their critical and free thinking mind...

Search... Study... Learn... Open Your mind to the LIGHT...

GOOD and EVIL deeds will always be here... but at this time EVIL is overpowering the GOOD... it must come back to the equilibrium...

Get the
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Zeitgeist...

spends part one rehashing long-debunked, fraudulent claims about Jesus Christ, mixed with enough truth to make it seem believable to those who are more familiar with organized religion than they are with the Bible. Points made later in the movie lose credibility when presented with such obvious misinformation.

For example, there's no doubt that power-hungry people have always used organized religion of all sorts to lord it over their fellow man, which Jesus condemned. My new video illustrates the neo-con hijack of the Christian conservative movement. http://youtube.com/watch?v=nqhxkc9jTjY

Zeitgeist has people believing that Christians are the enemies of freedom. Please realize and acknowledge that the neo-con hijackers, like the Catholic crusaders before them and many others, are acting in violation of the Christianity they claim to represent.

It makes about as much sense as labeling all atheists an enemy because atheism is the theological basis for communism, which produced crusaders like Lenin, Stalin, and Mao, who butchered tens of millions of people in their lust for power over their fellow man.

Zeitgeist divides us by attacking Jesus Christ, Who died to set us free. It makes no sense to promote such garbage when all of the relevant information can be found in much more credible sources.

I liked your video

thanks for sharing it.

Have you put it up on Godtube?

The Godtube crowd would learn alot by watching your video.

Nice job.

Jesus is the saviour of the WHOLE WORLD, "As in Adam all die, so too in Christ ALL shall be made alive." (ICor.15:22) All means all. The pagan 'hell' of literal fire & eternal torment is a lie and is SPIRITUAL TERRORISM. http://www.hopebeyondhell.net

Christian's are enemies of freedom?

What say you? Say it isn't so.....Do you mean the Christians that slaughtered all of Ghandi's people? Or are you talking about the Christians that murdered 7 million Jews during WW2? Maybe it's me that's confused here but you could also be refering to the Christians that enslaved Africans for over 200 years and bred them as animals to produce strong field workers. If it's not those Christians you're refering too maybe it's the Christians that for all intents and purposes have wiped the Native American Indian off the face of the planet. Or could it be more recent Christians? You know.....those Christians all throughout the SE part of the United States that used to go to Sunday church service then hang a couple of NIGGERS on the local OAK TREE. Is it those Christians you're talking about? I think I got it now......Wait a second........maybe it's the new and improved version of Christians..........the ones behind 911 that are trying to blame Islamic Fundalmentalist and are besicly creating hate against all Muslims. You know.........I really can't tell which Christians you're talking about. Can you explain?

baubaublacksheep

What a broad brush you use

It sounds like you have a vindetta against Christians. You actually believe Hitler was a Christian? You believe the British government in India was Christian? You are blaming African colonialism on Christainity? What evidence do you have that Grant, Sheridan and Custer were Christains? The evidence is overwhelming that they were not. You are also taking a few hypocrites out of a huge population of Christians in the south and using them to describe the entire movement.

I am asking you a sincere question. Have you considered seeing a councelor or psycologist? Seriously.

You're right

I've been misled. Christians couldn't possibly be held accountable for any wrong doing. If Christians had known slavery was going on in this country they would have done something about it. It was just a very complex scheme to keep the good Christians hidden from the fact that there were slave and they were black. This had to be kept a secret because everyone knows Christians would have come running to their defense. There is NO WAY Christians would have stood by and allowed this sort of behavior to go on and on and on and on and on while turning a blind eye to it. Christians are just not that way, they stand up for justice and they admit wrong doings.......they do not make up excuses for why this and why that. So, you're right. The very few that did these evil deeds were not Christians. It's amazing they got away with it for as long as they did. Hitler didn't kill 7 million Jews, one person couldn't be responsible for that many. In fact im not sure he ever killed one. All the good Christian citizens were clueless as to what was going on around them. They of course wouldn't have stood for that either.

baubaublacksheep

hey blacksheep....

you make some very good points.

I am a believer in Yahshua (jesus) and I hear what you have said and I want to ask your forgiveness for many things that you have correctly pointed out. There have been MANY WRONGS done in the name of Christ. I am grieved deeply by the many HORRORS that have been done to various groups of peoples throughout the centuries.

Alot of christians are ignorant of history unfortunately. Most christians do not realize that it was Martin Luther that hated the Jews with such passion that he was the one that Hitler used to justify his actions against the jews. For those in doubt just google Martin Luthers letters on Jews.... Luther spewed such VENOM towards jews in his letters....and this came from a man that helped to start the Reformation and the Lutheran denomination is named after him.

I would also add that there have been many others that have demonstrated the TRUE character of Christ... these were HIDDEN ONES.....that helped and sheltered those needing deliverance and rescue through the centuries....these are those of the underground railroad, the corrie ten booms, the mother theresa's , and countless other nameless people that have humbly served humanity.

Christ hates the HARLOT system of the man-made church, and to all those that are of His he continually calls to come out of Her.

Jesus is the saviour of the WHOLE WORLD, "As in Adam all die, so too in Christ ALL shall be made alive." (ICor.15:22) All means all. The pagan 'hell' of literal fire & eternal torment is a lie and is SPIRITUAL TERRORISM. http://www.hopebeyondhell.net

It did do a lil J bashin.

However, it was that movie that got led me to RP. That is the facts. In the activism section on the Zeitgeist web site. I liked the third part of the movie the best. That is what did it for me. The most accurate.

As far as religion goes I have studied all types and I think that it is something more personal. To me, prayer is something you do in private.

So dats dat.

Peace

Does my burka make my butt look fatwa?

Why are we posting

Why are we posting anti-Christian videos? Ron Paul is a Christian, as are many of his supporters. Why put a picture of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, shown in his ultimate sacrifice for all of mankind, in this video?

In its defense...

I don't take it as an attack on religion. It's an attack on how some abuse religion for their own ends. One can be 100% Christian and still recognize the way religion has been abused by some for the sake of power over the centuries. I would think that a true Christian would want to defend his or her religion against this kind of abuse. Thank you to those who bring this issue into the light.

Why not just put up the whole video?

I think you can find Zeitgeist in its entirety on Google video.

No need to google

Simply go to www.zietgiestmovie.com and click play.

baubaublacksheep

Correct!

If you liked this clip, check out the whole thing: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5547481422995115331