27 votes

I know a veteran who says "I was in places I shouldn't have been"

I know a veteran who says "I was in places I shouldn't have been".

He doesn't talk much about the stories, but one of them was Black Hawk Down or something similar; he said he was ordered to fire at the troops we were leaving behind so they wouldn't be captured.

Imagine, that some sort of secret is worth more than a human brain which powers the Protector???

It's disturbing.

7 votes

Walls of Silence: Supreme Court Sanctions Tyranny (When It Is Not Actively Supporting It)

When the Supreme Court refuses to rule on cases, corrupt state or district courts hold sway. When the courts seem more interested in protecting the powerful than upholding justice, we no longer have a Constitutional system. Examples of both the corruption of local courts and the abdication of the Supreme Court of its constitutional duty are increasing exponentially.. and in impact on our rights. This doesn't do the people justice, but what is worse is that the courts sometimes actively rule unjustly. The cases of this are numerous, and are an assault on our natural rights.

for more:

Hollow Justice and Courts of Order in an Age of Government-Sanctioned Tyranny

By John W. Whitehead
October 21, 2014

“The Constitution is not neutral. It was designed to take the government off the backs of the people.”—Justice William O. Douglas

Justice in America makes less sense with each passing day.

A Michigan couple that has been raising chickens in their backyard as a source of healthy food for their family could get up to 90 days in jail for violating a local ban on backyard hens. A Kentucky prison guard who was charged with 25 counts of sexual abuse against female inmates, trafficking controlled substances, and 50 counts of official misconduct walks away with no jail time and seven years’ probation. A 53-year-old Virginia man is facing 20 years in jail for kidnapping, despite the fact that key evidence shows him to be innocent and his accuser a liar, yet the courts claim they’re unable to do anything about it. Meanwhile, thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent refusal to hear the case of Jones v. U.S., judges can now punish individuals for crimes of which they may never have been convicted or even charged.

With every ruling handed down, it becomes more apparent that we live in an age of hollow justice, with government courts, largely lacking in vision and scope, rendering narrow rulings focused on the letter of the law. This is true at all levels of the judiciary, but especially so in the highest court of the land, the U.S. Supreme Court, which is seemingly more concerned with establishing order and protecting government agents than with upholding the rights enshrined in the Constitution.

Given the turbulence of our age, with its police overreach, military training drills on American soil, domestic surveillance, SWAT team raids, asset forfeiture, wrongful convictions, and corporate corruption, the need for a guardian of the people’s rights has never been greater.

30 votes

Are you even surprised? Vote for Republican and Machine switches vote "Calibration ERROR"

It does not phase me a bit to read this article. Can you believe it again. I am sorry folks, but it should be paper ballots or NOTHING. And everyone should be required to show REAL identification. I agree with the use of a computer system to track people who voted, and check their ID, and then cross referance if thye have voted in the correct place and if they have voted yet. That is what a good computer system is for. But when it comes to casting a vote. A BLACK PEN and a piece of paper is the only way. And when they are counted...it should be video taped, and for all to see.

13 votes

Video of Gun Battle in Canadian Parliament

Wow, I thought this might be a joke, but it looks real. Anyone have any more info? Canadian DP'ers?


http://youtu.be/XrGqoISd-do

18 votes

Tennessee Woman Sentenced To Jail For Not Mowing Her Lawn

The trend of average U.S. citizens being incarcerated by overzealous judges and prosecutors within the police state formerly known as America continues with reckless abandon. In fact, these sorts of cases are becoming so commonplace I simply cannot keep up with all of them. The following story is a perfect followup to my piece earlier today, which shows how American public school students are being arrested or harassed by police for the most minor of infractions, such as wearing too much perfume, sharing a classmates’ chicken nuggets, throwing an eraser or chewing gum.

6 votes

In 2024: James Rickards describes a fictional account of the world's monetary future

Between 2018–20, the Group of 20 major powers, the G-20, abolished all currencies except for the dollar, the euro and the ruasia. The dollar became the local currency in North and South America. Europe, Africa and Australia used the euro. The ruasia was the only new currency — a combination of the old Russian ruble, Chinese yuan and Japanese yen — and was adopted as the local currency in Asia.

There is also new world money called special drawing rights, or SDRs for short. They’re used only for settlements between countries, however. Everyday citizens use the dollar, euro or ruasia for daily transactions. The SDR is also used to set energy prices and as a benchmark for the value of the three local currencies. The World Central Bank, formerly the IMF, administers the SDR system under the direction of the G-20. As a result of the fixed exchange rates, there’s no currency trading.

All of the gold in the world was confiscated in 2020 and placed in a nuclear bomb-proof vault dug into the Swiss Alps. The mountain vault had been vacated by the Swiss army and made available to the World Central Bank for this purpose. All G-20 nations contributed their national gold to the vault. All private gold was forcibly confiscated and added to the Swiss vault as well. All gold mining had been nationalized and suspended on environmental grounds.

13 votes

I feel we are being set up

I have a strange feeling the stage is being set. It's hard to explain, given there are so many fronts as far as our current situation goes.

7 votes

Overview History of Banking Control - Short and Sweet for the Sheeple!

If you need a short and sweet overview of the History of Banking to send to some sheeple, try this one:

By Alain Pilote. Full article here:
http://www.michaeljournal.org/plenty49.htm

Intro Excerpt:

23 votes

Taylor Swift parody perfectly describes everything that’s wrong with Obama’s presidency

Leave it to a Taylor Swift parody to diagnose what’s wrong with America.
Reason’s Remy responded to President Obama’s latest approval ratings — the lowest yet — with song that cleverly interweaves a series of current events.
The video plays off of Swift’s “Shake It Off.”

Video:
http://youtu.be/iaD5_XJl0AY

10 votes

Refuse the Ebola Vaccination!

How many of you here will become the recipient of the Ebola vaccination at some point? We all know by now that it will be pushed just as the Flu vaccination is on an annual basis. The question is, regardless of how severe the pressure or consequences that come from a refusal to accept the vaccination, would you refuse it?

I for one do not trust a government or its subsidiary departments to administer anything safe when many of its very departments (EPA, FDA, USDA) allow and approve toxic poisons to reign upon our GMO crops, just as one example.

Refuse to be vaccinated!
Refuse force!

16 votes

When You Ask Permission To Exercise Your Rights, You Have Given Consent To The Criminals To Say NO

The Law of the Land is the Constitution. Anybody who dismisses/abuses the Law of the Land is the Law-Breaker. There is NO excuse for not knowing the law.

NEVER ask for permission to exercise your natural-born/God-given Rights. Once you do, you have already forfeited them.

NEVER engage in "conversation" with them, or even acknowledge them. Continue to do your business and ignore the Law-Breakers. Let THEM make the first move, for you have done nothing wrong.

Prior to going wherever you are going to exercise your freedom to speak, it would be helpful to bring along the following:

9 votes

Noam Chomsky at United Nations: It Would Be Nice if the United States Lived up to International Law

After world-renowned scholar Noam Chomsky gave a major address on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the hall of the United Nations General Assembly last week, Amy Goodman interviewed the world-renowned linguist and dissident before an audience of 800 people.

If you want to watch the UN speech itself (Advance to 8:50):

http://youtu.be/1eGlgOnHOJE

Best speech I have heard this week.

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