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911 Lessons from Star Treck

“Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life”
Oscar Wilde


Filed under: 911, Conspiracy, Education, Media_Alternate, Politics, Video

Fight the Swines and their Flu Pandemic – Naturally

Many conspiracy truthsayers have forecast a trifecta of assaults against the populations of planet earth. The first being the financial collapse, now we have the viral pandemic, and so it looks like that all we have left to look forward to is a global World War III. I guess no advice can prepare you for a nuclear attack, however, the first two military assaults can be survived with some practical and level headed preparation. If you want to survive the engineered pandemic, then you must rethink the current medical paradigm and consider the simple fact where a healthy and functioning immunity system can overcome whatever flu your loving government throws at you. To a certain extent, I know that I am preaching to the converted, but for those people who smell a rat ( never know, a rat flu may surface on the horizon), NOW is the time to start trusting in your own NATURAL immunity, rather than running to those whose laboratories have engineered the latest assault against your way of life. So, if you have the courage to avoid and evade the jab, start researching the NATURAL and healthy products and lifestyles needed to MAXIMISE your immunity and get you through the dark days ahead. All suggestions are welcome.
Recommended Research Topics: Colloidal Silver, Vitamin C, Organic Garlic, Oil of Oregano, Olive Leaf Extract, Kombucha Cultures, Water Filters, Distillers and Energizers and Air Purifiers.


Filed under: Conspiracy, Education, Environment, Health, Media_Alternate, Politics

Hyper theft and the Banksters

If someone gives you something for nothing, think twice before you take the gift, for as you well know, the most likely consequence results with a payback. So, when your government starts sending you money for nothing, you can’t assume the gift will not come without a price. Can it be any more obvious that we are being gluttonized by our handlers?

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Obama Exposed

Good promo for Alex Jones and THE OBAMA DECEPTION

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Stimulus, the Debtors Lament

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Alex Jones does Kid Rock

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‘Neo-liberal’ Rudd covers for the banks

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia: Craig Isherwood‚ National Secretary
Media Release 20th of February 2009

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd had the chance this week to declare his support for an investigation of the role of the banks in the current economic crisis, and he shirked the issue.
At Tuesday night’s Community Cabinet meeting in Campbelltown, NSW, the Citizens Electoral Council’s NSW State Secretary Ann Lawler asked the Prime Minister, “Mr Rudd, I was very happy to hear that you will fight this global financial crisis with the full gambit of the government, so that would mean you would support a Pecora Commission, an investigation into the banking structure. After all, our Australian banks are carrying over $14 trillion in derivatives debt that no amount of bailout or stimulus can pay, without creating the type of hyperinflation experienced by Weimar Germany in 1923. Therefore, would you support an investigation into the banking system?”
Mr Rudd’s response was to not respond, resorting to a typically vague assurance that such matters would be discussed at the G-20 meeting in April; his tactic was not lost on the audience, many of whom noted, “He didn’t answer the question.”
However, Mr Rudd’s reference to the G-20 did give the game away: ever since the drama-packed build-up to the G-20 meeting in Washington, DC in November (which ultimately achieved nothing), Rudd has committed Australia to support British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s policy response to the global financial crisis, which is to work through the G-20 to achieve the ultimate stage of globalisation—globally-imposed financial regulation.
In other words, his response to the crisis caused by globalisation, is to impose more globalisation.
What he won’t do, is use the power of the national government to bring the banks to account for their legal and moral crimes, put them through bankruptcy reorganisation, cancel their unpayable derivatives obligations, and re-impose the national regulations that John Howard, Bob Hawke, and Paul Keating should never have scrapped in the first place.
He won’t do this, because a national response, is anathema to his neo-liberal globalisation ideology.
The only national response Mr Rudd is willing to undertake, is to commit the nation’s financial resources to bailing out and propping up the globalised banks.
While the Prime Minister continues on this path, he is perpetuating the criminal financial régime ushered in by Howard, Hawke and Keating, and condemning Australia to economic ruin.
The alternative to the Rudd/Brown globalist response to the global financial crisis, is American statesman Lyndon LaRouche’s New Bretton Woods proposal to scrap globalisation, put the world financial system into bankruptcy reorganisation, cancel the global $1.4 quadrillion derivatives bubble, and get nations to set fixed currency exchange rates, capital controls, and establish their own national banks for re-investment in basic economic infrastructure and productive industries.
National governments will only be free to act on this perspective, if the power held over them by the private banking system is broken; hence, Lyndon LaRouche’s call for a new Pecora Commission to investigate and clean up Wall Street, and CEC leader Craig Isherwood’s call for an Australian Pecora Commission “into the corruption and to possible criminality of the Australian financial system.”
Click here to sign the CEC’s call for an Australian Pecora Commission.

Filed under: Media, Media_Alternate, Politics

U.S Fund Iran Nukes

Definition of Irony as substitute for common sense.
Lou Dobbs from CNN reports;

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The Colonial Bloke

Message from Terra Nova:

G’day. There is more than one Reserve Bank upon this continent.
In 2005 a bloke born in Adelaide answered the door, and a Sheriff gave him some court papers. It was the last time he saw his kids, who he’d raised himself when they were babies, so he gave up Australian Citizenship by filing documents at Government House, tore up his ATM card and Centrelink papers, threw his mobile phone in the bin. He didn’t need a job, because he stomped onto Crown Land in Smithfield. He pitched a small tent, and pulled a battery and printer out of his knapsack, and printed 20 books, then sold them.
2 days later he printed 20 more books…
In 2008 a Government bloke knocked on the flap of the tent, “I’m moving you on…”
“It’s Crown Land, and I’ve been here 480days.”
The bloke caught the train to Adelaide, saw the Crown Solicitor, then stopped off at Government House to deliver Her Majesty his gold, stamps, and real money; because 9feet under his tent he’d dug a Mason’s Lodge using a chisel.
10 weeks later, the bloke still lives on Crown Land, and the Government guy is gone.
Was the bloke the first bloke to print real money legally? No.
The 1 Hour Note shown above honours Josiah Warren, a successful inventor who in 1827 started a small shop. Josiah was richer than his customers, so he got an idea…
He legally printed ‘1hour’ notes, and priced his goods by the time it took workers to make them. He also got paid by his time alone: so people shopped faster, to pay less.
Josiah got 4times more people in his shop than other shopkeepers, so other shops joined in. Then manufacturers began to pay their workers with Hour notes, so everybody became equally rewarded. If they went shopping in another town, they had problems trading Hour notes for USdollars; they got taxed.
Josiah was a real ‘Labor Man’, not a phoney. In those days, income tax was illegal (and still is in the USA) , but Josiah wasn’t called a ‘Labor Man’, they called him an Anarchist, a danger to society. Would Australian Labor leaders be worth $100million if we used Hour notes? No.
Why are the Guinea, florin and shilling notes shown above real and legal?
It’s because the bloke on Crown Land uses that land to earn the ‘old money’-Commonwealth Dollars. Then he backs those notes with gold nuggets, and gives the nuggets to our Queen. The notes are certificates that certify that fact, and are so legal tender.
If there’s a problem, it’s that a shilling is worth 5pence, but costs perhaps $5. The bloke doesn’t want what it cost him ($5); he wants to use it on Crown Land to conduct a 5pence trade without paying tax. If the shilling goes ‘round and around’ on Crown Land, it’s OK.
What happens if a person outside Crown Land gets a shilling? He wants 5bucks for it, or he sells it to a coin dealer for much more, because the note is rare… The bloke on Crown Land lives on less than 6bucks a day, but he won’t sell his real money to a coin dealer.
Perhaps there is a way to keep value of real money stable, by thinking carefully. Could both  Real Socialism and Real Capitalism be served at the same time by earning Hour notes and buying goods with Guineas? Ask a legal chap what he thinks, because in South Australia, these notes do legally exist on Crown Land. The people who deny the bloke access to his children don’t make a cent out of it, the people who legally aborted their brothers and sisters don’t make a cent out of it either. Josiah Warren fed his kids, ALL of them, and he didn’t pay tax; he earned the same as everybody else, and all their kids lived with a full belly.


Filed under: Cultural_Studies, Education, Media, Politics

McCain, a fellow prisoner?

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