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Duty, Honor, Country 2007

An Open Letter to the New Generation of Military Officers Serving and Protecting Our Nation

By Dr. Robert M. Bowman, Lt. Col., USAF, ret., National Commander, The Patriots


“The Nuremberg Principles says that we in the military have not only the right, but also the DUTY to refuse an illegal order. It was on this basis that we executed Nazi officers who were ‘only carrying out their orders’… The Constitution which we are sworn to uphold says that treaties entered into by the United States are the ‘highest law of the land,’ equivalent to the Constitution itself. Accordingly, we in the military are sworn to uphold treaty law, including the United Nations charter and the Geneva Convention… Based on the above, I contend that should some civilian order you to initiate a nuclear attack on Iran (for example), you are duty-bound to refuse that order. I might also suggest that you should consider whether the circumstances demand that you arrest whoever gave the order as a war criminal.”

Read Letter;
Dear Comrades in Arms,



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13: Lucky for Some

Why is 13 a bad Omen?
Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg like many other BIG movie makers, share the Jewish legacy. I doubt that Steven will ever fall from grace, his Holocaust movie firmly entrenched the victim fairy tale. However Stanley, beside making better movies, was more a loose canon. His movies are legendary because they subversely challenge the orthodoxy and perhaps as many would say, expose some illuminati myths. Which leads me to the question of whether his death was natural or was he murdered?
He was, at that time, making a movie about a secret society after all.

Anyway, to cut a long story short, if the numbers were to add up:

“The period of time from the death of Stanley Kubrik on 7th March, 1999, to January 1st, 2001, the title of his most esoteric film, is a period of exactly 666 days?”

Source: 11, 13 and 33 The Illuminati / Freemason Signature by Robert Howard


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Re-Educate Yourself

Jewish Rule
I have always wondered why the Middle East has always been in conflict. It wasn’t until the Gulf War in ’91’, did I look more thoroughly into why Iraq would invade Kuwait. I have argued with friends, on principle, as to why historical revisionism must be endorsed rather than guarantee incarceration. We must know the ‘real’ historical facts if we are to stop the genocide in all countries that are striving to become civilised.

Search and Learn, while The truth is still out there, and before it is too late.

Beside the Holocaust lie, did you know that, “every Communist dictatorship in the world since 1917 was installed by the US State Department either overtly, as in the Russian, Chinese and Vietnamese examples, or covertly, as with the Cuban example. Mainly, though, it’s been overt and usually based on the “corruption” of an American puppet installed some years before. And the State Department is staffed in all important positions by members of the Rothschild/Rockefeller private ministry of war called the Council on Foreign Relations”.

Source: A Zionist overview by B Campbell here


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Area 51 Radio Chat

On the night this tape was made, Art had asked workers of Area 51 to phone in and spill the beans about Area 51. He may have got more than he bargained for.

listen to mp3


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phantasmagoric photography

Running the Numbers
by chris jordan photography


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Save ‘US’ – Save Tibet

As you view this through your hi-tech, highly intelligent plasma screen, over saturated in your postmodern world of cheap luxury: upsized oppulence and simulated reality. Please take a pause to think about how much everything ‘extra’ come at a price. We must learn that things like the price of petrol impilcate responsiblity to the fate of people on another part of this world. We must learn that the cost of clothes also implies a fate of slavery and displacement. Many evils in this world are created because the consumer has no conscience: the end item is for sale, cheap, conscience free and always available.

Take pause to think about how we all, like the Dalai Lama, would preach for racial tolerence and human compassion: don’t you?. And yet we do nothing to make this happen. Don’t you think it’s very ironic that democracy does nothing to deter despotism? The problem of our postmodern world is that somehow the majority of people no longer care to do anything to make a difference. The price of our excess is a detachment from responsiblity for the true cost of opulence and luxury. Anyone kill a baby seal lately ?

So as China prepares to become the economic powerhouse of the ‘modern’ world, take pause to think about the true cost of this excess. While it may be hard for most people to consider a fate of incaceration and torture, for others, its something they live with. There is no hidden evil agenda, there is growing human rights abuse, the continual eradication of indegenious culture and balatant destruction and exploitation of the environment. But it’s all O.K isn’t it?, as long as Nike, looks better, goes faster and keeps getting cheaper.

It’s time to sit back and meditate on how much power the democratic consumer ‘really’ has. Pause to realise that you choose how much money your corporations are making, how much they exploit, how much they plunder, how much they destroy, kill, and how much they don’t care for the fate of other cultures. Just as much as they don’t care if you are worth more sick, healthy or dead.

So, if you are a humane person, and want the power to choose the world you live in: stop over consuming and meditate on the simple things you can do to make a difference.

Give a shit, think about consequences, and get invloved.


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Graffiti Terror

Been to the Banksy lately ?, if not go to web site or here


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History Repeats

Excerpt from IRAN:THE WAR BEGINS by John Pilger
As the American disaster in Iraq deepens and domestic and foreign opposition grows, “neo-con” fanatics such as Vice-President Dick Cheney believe their opportunity to control Iran’s oil will pass unless they act no later than the spring. For public consumption, there are potent myths. In concert with Israel and Washington’s Zionist and fundamentalist Christian lobbies, the Bushites say their “strategy” is to end Iran’s nuclear threat. In fact, Iran possesses not a single nuclear weapon, nor has it ever threatened to build one; the CIA estimates that, even given the political will, Iran is incapable of building a nuclear weapon before 2017, at the earliest. Unlike Israel and the United States, Iran has abided by the rules of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, of which it was an original signatory, and has allowed routine inspections under its legal obligations – until gratuitous, punitive measures were added in 2003, at the behest of Washington. No report by the International Atomic Energy Agency has ever cited Iran for diverting its civilian nuclear programme to military use. The IAEA has said that for most of the past three years its inspectors have been able to “go anywhere and see anything”. They inspected the nuclear installations at Isfahan and Natanz on 10 and 12 January and will return on 2 to 6 February. The head of the IAEA, Mohamed ElBaradei, says that an attack on Iran will have “catastrophic consequences” and only encourage the regime to become a nuclear power.

Unlike its two nemeses, the US and Israel, Iran has attacked no other countries. It last went to war in 1980 when invaded by Saddam Hussein, who was backed and equipped by the US, which supplied chemical and biological weapons produced at a factory in Maryland. Unlike Israel, the world’s fifth military power – with its thermo nuclear weapons aimed at Middle East targets and an unmatched record of defying UN resolutions, as the enforcer of the world’s longest illegal occupation – Iran has a history of obeying international law and occupies no territory other than its own. . . . > more


The Holocaust Historiography Project

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David Icke on Kissinger

Henry Kissinger . . . Child of Babylon

Apparently the American people stopped him chairing the 9/11 commission, but as David Icke writes, it seems that his role as the political adviser to the Pope comes as no surprise.

“When Bush and Cheney needed someone they could trust to cover up what really happened on September 11th they called upon Kissinger to head the ‘9/11 Commission’. But such is his reputation now, thanks to conspiracy writers and other researchers, that even parts of the mainstream media condemned the appointment as not credible. In the end, Kissinger stepped down to avoid questions about Kissinger Associates and its clients that he had no intention of answering”. more


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OPEC and Pollution

There are many incentives to support alternatives to the petrol based fuel guzzling fossil burning ageing technology that we drive today. Least of which is the pollution and resullting Global Warming epidemic. Luckily I have stumbled into a new incentive that is both pro environment and can bridge the gap between the have and have nots. If the people that can afford to pay extra for the new technology that is needed to drive our cars into a eco friendly future do so, then as a backwash, OPEC will decrease the price of oil to maintain their monopoly. A Win/Win, the only problem ofcourse is the desire and willingness of the poplulation to make a concerted effort to achieve this goal. Just another Irony for those who are wealthy enough to afford to make a difference to consider.

OPEC expects to keep the price of gasoline at about $2.25 per gallon. According to a news story on October 20 (here), “OPEC’s cut also signaled that it would defend a price of about $60 a barrel, high enough to justify its investment in future production capacity but low enough to allow economic growth and deter a flood of alternative fuels.”


It seems that the inreasing viablity of the E85 ethanol and gasoline blend warrants enough concern for OPEC to initiate a more competitive pricing strategy.

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